A few days ago on Yom Teruah, also called Rosh Hashanah or the Feast of Trumpets, our family was privileged to be part of a Tashlich service. Tashlich is a form of the Hebrew word shalach (Strong’s number H7993 meaning … Continue reading →
Yom Kippur has long been considered the most holy day in the Jewish Biblical calendar (Kasden, in God’s Appointed Times – note, however, that this not a “Jewish” observance). There are a great many customs associated with Yom Kippur, the Day … Continue reading →
Each year I publish a calendar with two primary goals in mind. First is to list the weekly Torah Portions, which I also post over at MessianicTorahPortion.com. For this I use a traditional schedule and readings from published sources. The … Continue reading →
The Feasts of Adonai are summarized for us in the book of Leviticus, chapter 23. This is read in the annual Torah cycle in Parashat Emor. For many, it is these celebrations that are our first exposure to things Hebraic, even before coming to an understanding that they are times we ought to be observing.Continue reading →
Are you ready to begin counting the Omer? As we approach Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread, some of the things we do are traditions. But not this one; this is a command: You shall also count for yourselves … Continue reading →
Sukkot, the Feast of Booths or Feast of Tabernacles, has often been called The Season of Our Joy. This is the only one of the Appointed Times where we are commanded to have a good time. Now on the first … Continue reading →
10 Tishrei, Yom Kippur, the tenth of the Days of Awe.
Pray that the sons of Israel who are pursuing this work of restoration for the Kingdom would be strong and courageous…
9 Tishrei, the ninth of the Days of Awe.
Pray for the peace of Jerusalem, and that they who love her would prosper, pray that peace would be within her walls and prosperity within her palaces…
8 Tishrei, the eighth of the Days of Awe.
Pray for both houses to see the Father’s plan to have a pure, overcoming army, and to give themselves to becoming that army…
7 Tishrei, the seventh of the Days of Awe.
Pray that the hearts of Ephraim and Judah might be circumcised with a love for each other. Pray that each will learn…