We can’t remember our first Yom Teruah, can you? Perhaps it’s because so much of this feast is still being revealed prophetically, to the remnant, to the faithful listening and longing for the greater works of Yeshua in this final era. Perhaps it’s because there is a deeper message and truth running through the day and hour no one knows, and it isn’t a rapture or a snatching away, but a time of proclamation and miracles. In this coffee break, Yosef and Aliyah unpack this months Yom Teruah celebration, along with a word to the body from the heart of Yeshua for these feasts. It’s all being unpacked in the Coffee Break this week.
The wilderness. We see it as a destination, a place. Yet the wilderness was and continues to be a place of many stops. For the Israelites there were 42 stops, each mirroring our own stops in this journey of life.
In this Coffee Break, Aliyah and Yosef get real about the wilderness and the hard stops. The wilderness full of YHWH's Love and Goodness, a place He takes those He loves towards and through it. They also
discuss the very real truth that the enemy is present in the wilderness. Deep discernment and wisdom is needed when doubt and fear creep in. Throughout this broadcast, Yeshua takes over and shares His
Word and truth with us all. Join us for a deep Coffee Break this week.
These men carried the heavy bed just Like they’d done so many times before. Only this time, it was different. Rumors scurried around about a man who could heal any affliction and any disease. And they were intent on seeing this man. Not for themselves, but for their friend. The one whose bed they carried. Somehow they’d find a way to heal their friend, somehow they’d see him walk again. Somehow.
Sometimes our hearts melt at the size of the mountain. Our eyesight sims, until we are but grasshoppers defeated in our eyes. Yet Deuteronomy 7, provides 4 significant tools to win the battle against melting hearts and tough trials. These tools include remembering YHWH's past goodness, beholding His Love and encouragement, expecting total victory according to His promises and attributing the honour to the Great I am, when the battle is won.