Chanuka- Taking back our Temple, the Heart of the Matter!.

When i read the story of Chanuka i am amazed by it. This teaching is not to convince you about wither or not you must keep it but rather a look at the story and what it means for you today. What can you and I learn from the past that we can apply today....

December 3, 2015December 3, 2015by

Yom Kippur 2015 – Message in a Poem, Wounds and All

(There is this Speech that exists between Yahweh and myself, its called Poetry. It’s pretty much a heart song that sings between us. This afternoon as I was sitting my heart was overwhelmed at the incredible Love and Sacrifice Yeshua made for us. He was a man and yet He was God. A God who...

September 24, 2015September 24, 2015by

Have you Prepared to meet YHVH?

1 Peter 2:1 Therefore, rid yourselves of all malice and all deceit, hypocrisy, envy, and slander of every kind. Last year Abba Father, quickened my spirit to write a paper entitled “prepare to meet your God,”the title sums it up perfectly for us. We are in a season of preparation and pruning so that we...

May 30, 2014May 30, 2014by

Chanukah: A Feast of Dedication

Chag Sameach! Chanukah is here and what an exciting season we are in! Now is the time to rededicate and to cleanse our lives and hearts so that we may better serve our God and King Yeshua. I have put together an exciting thought provoking article on the lesser known men and women of Chanukah....

November 27, 2013November 27, 2013by

The Seven Species of First Fruits

YHWH promised His people that He would bring them into a land filled with all kinds of good fruit, with milk, honey, vines and olives in abundance! However the Master of the Universe also ordered that once He brought His people into this land, that they are to present an annual first fruit offering in...

May 12, 2013February 20, 2018by

A Week Long Sukkot Study

Shalom A tradition or belief exists surrounding the seven days of the festival of Sukkot, the belief is that “Ushpizim” the Hebrew word for guests, are entertained in the sukkah each day – one for each day of Sukkot. I have put together a delightful study, on different biblical “guests” which can be used for...

October 2, 2012September 25, 2018by

Happy Sukkot!!!

Shabbat shalom! We just want to wish all Israel a blessed Sukkot filled with rejoicing in our Glorious King and Messiah! We also want to share with you the readings traditionally done during the week long festival. Erev (Evening of Sukkot) – 1st day: Leviticus 22:26 – 23:44, Zechariah 14:1 -21, John 7 Numbers 29:12...

October 12, 2011October 12, 2011by