We prepare for weddings, school, having a baby, retirement, vacations; we even prepare for death, when it’s possible. But how much of our time and effort is dedicated to preparing for our encounter with the King of the universe? On the Hebrew Calendar, the month before the Fall Feast Days is called “Elul.” In Judaism, this month is traditionally associated with the theme of repentance, or in Hebrew, “Teshuvah.” As with most Biblical concepts, the Hebraic meaning of repentance goes far deeper than our modern understandings. Furthermore, as believers who follow Messiah Yeshua (Jesus Christ), understanding and applying Teshuvah is a fundamental element to our walk with The Lord. Join Pastor Jim Staley to discover exactly what the Scriptures have to say about this critically important topic. We pray that the information in this teaching will bless you and draw you into a deeper and more intimate relationship with The Father as you prepare to meet your Bridegroom through Biblical Teshuvah. This was filmed on August 25th, 2012.