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Passover Seder Guide

What is the Seder? The Passover Seder is one of the seven ordained feasts that are described in Leviticus 23 and have been given to all of God’s people. It includes the retelling of the story of Israel and the mixed multitude coming out of slavery from Egypt. It includes not only the retelling (Haggadah) […]

Seven Feasts of the Lord

If you are a believer in the Messiah, then we are instructed to keep His Commandments if we love him. 1 John 5:2-3 says, “By this we know that we love the children of God, when we love God and keep His commandments. For this is the love of God, that we keep His commandments. […]

Hanukkah eBook

The story of Hanukkah is not only a beautiful story of the redemption of the temple in Jerusalem from the ones who defiled it, but the parallels to the gospel are just as beautiful. After all, the enemy defiled our own temples and has left each of us without a way to be in the […]

When Was Jesus Actually Born?

When Was Jesus Actually Born? (This article is part of a 3part series called “Christmas, Hanukkah and the Anti-Christ”) In Part 1 of this series, we went through the story of Hanukkah and unpacked the incredible heroism that arose from the pits of the Greco-pagan influence that almost wiped out the people of God two […]

Finding Freedom Through Atonement

Yom Kippur is the highest holy day of the year on God’s calendar. But what makes this day so special? Isn’t every day sacred? Since the Son has come, isn’t every day holy in Him? Imagine a husband trying to tell his wife that there is really no need to celebrate their anniversary anymore. “You […]

In Defense Of Hanukkah

In Defense of Hanukkah Every year at this time I begin to share with my audience the beauty in the Feast of Dedication (Hanukkah) as Cheryl and I teach our children the power of the light of Scripture for eight days, tracing it through the great men of the Bible and learning many valuable lessons […]

The First Night Of Hannukah

Tonight is the first night of the Festival of Lights, a celebration to remember the Temple in Jerusalem being liberated in 167 BC from the hands of the enemy. Although this is not a commanded holiday, it is a wonderful tradition that both Yeshua attended in His time and a celebration that has tremendous relevance […]

The Second Night Of Hanukkah: The Light of Noah

Tonight is the second night of Hanukkah and I’d like to connect the second candle to Noah and his family. In Genesis 6:9 it says that “Noah was a just man, perfect in his generations. Noah walked with God.” The word for “perfect” here does not mean without sin or perfection, but rather mature and […]

The Third Night Of Hanukkah: The Light of Abraham

As we move through the days of the Festival of Lights, we come to the third day. And this day I have chosen Abraham to be the representative to continue our theme of the light. We started with the Light of Creation, when the Word of YHWH came into being and the concept of separation […]

The Fourth Night Of Hanukkah: The Light of Moses

From the light of creation to Noah, to Abraham, we now come to Moses. In the story of Moses, we have all the previous stories put together. In the story of creation we have the separation of light and darkness. In Moses, we have him being separated from his mother, then separated from Egypt, and […]
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