Towards a Spirit Filled Shavuot – The Separation
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Towards a Spirit Filled Shavuot – The Separation

There is a great refinement taking place in the body of Messiah and we need to understand why and make sure we are allowing the fire to purify us. As we wait for Shavuot we need to be praying for the fire of refinement in our lives to burn up all that is not of YHWH and to help us to be a vessel worthy of His glory. In this teaching, Yosef takes a look at the life of Moses as it relates to maturity and suffering as a tool of YHWH to build our character. The question we all have to answer is do we have the right garments on?

Yom Kippur – The Price of Atonement
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Yom Kippur – The Price of Atonement

Join Yosef as he explains the importance of the holy day of Yom Kippur. In this teaching, Yosef takes a look at the sacrifices for the High priest as well as the understanding of the two goats in relation to holiness and becoming a kingdom of priests as YHWH intended from the very beginning. This expands the narrative of reconciliation and deciphers what forgiveness and holiness really mean.

Towards a Spirit Filled Yom Kippur
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Towards a Spirit Filled Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur is fast approaching, and this sacred feast holds deep prophetic meaning for the Body of Messiah. With deep foreshadows of the coming judgment, this is a word for the camp of Messiah. The need to endure is paramount to this walk of faith, now more than ever, the body needs to endure. Yosef preaches this timely word for Yom Kippur 2021.

Towards a Spirit Filled Shavuot
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Towards a Spirit Filled Shavuot

This special season leading to Shavuot is filled with goodness and expectation, and we can take hold of this with open hands and hearts. This Shavuot, is a time to be filled with the Spirit so that our present fears and doubts can be overtaken with power and boldness. A power and boldness that will lead us to proclaim aloud the Name of our Messiah, and the message of reconciliation in that Name. This message is a stirring one that will empower you to take hold of this Shavuot and be changed with a greater fire and zeal.

First Fruits – Chosen to Bear Fruit.
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First Fruits – Chosen to Bear Fruit.

As we greet the Day of First Fruits, this teaching takes a look at the prophetic nature of this celebration. While this 24 hour celebration is often overlooked, it carries deep significance for the remnant of Yeshua. From the marking of the barley, to the inspection of the fruit, each of these steps symbolises the process of Yeshua's inspection of the remnant in these final days. Yosef takes a look at the end time markers of this feast, and challenges the body to consider those day with fresh eyes.

Unleavened Bread – Devotional Day 7
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Unleavened Bread – Devotional Day 7

During this sacred season of Unleavened Bread, it is important to reflect on our faith walk and invite Yeshua in to the places of our hearts and our walks that still need refining. Throughout the next 7 days, Aliyah presents a symbolic devotional for the heart, one which digs deep in to the seven species of fruit and grain grown in ancient Israel. Through these devotionals, you are invited deeper in to the place where Yeshua can meet with you.

Our final devotional reflection for this week of Unleavened Bread is the olive. Used to make oil for the anointing of kings and priests, the olive was the most well-known and well used species in the ancient world. It’s usage on special occasions, stirs us to consider Shavuot and the fresh infilling we are waiting for in the coming weeks. How much of the Spirit of God are you desiring in this season? Join Aliyah for the final day!

Unleavened Bread – Devotional Day 6
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Unleavened Bread – Devotional Day 6

uring this sacred season of Unleavened Bread, it is important to reflect on our faith walk and invite Yeshua in to the places of our hearts and our walks that still need refining. Throughout the next 7 days, Aliyah presents a symbolic devotional for the heart, one which digs deep in to the seven species of fruit and grain grown in ancient Israel. Through these devotionals, you are invited deeper in to the place where Yeshua can meet with you.

Barley, commonly called the fruit of the poor.

Yet the bashful barley speaks deeply to the heart today, on day 6 of Unleavened Bread. This devotional is a feast for those who love the book of Ruth (read over Shavuot), and who desire a deeper revelation of the Go’el, the Kinsman Redeemer of Israel. Moving and love filled, join Aliyah to reflect on the Kinsman Redeemer of your heart and the meaning of this powerful position in the spirit realm.

Unleavened Bread -Devotional Day 5
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Unleavened Bread -Devotional Day 5

During this sacred season of Unleavened Bread, it is important to reflect on our faith walk and invite Yeshua in to the places of our hearts and our walks that still need refining. Throughout the next 7 days, Aliyah presents a symbolic devotional for the heart, one which digs deep in to the seven species of fruit and grain grown in ancient Israel. Through these devotionals, you are invited deeper in to the place where Yeshua can meet with you.

The immense cluster of grapes hung on the pole suspended on the shoulders of two spies. The succulent fruit was a moving testimony to the goodness of the land, and the judgment of the people. Yet, the spies failed to recognise this truth, and with it they failed to receive their destiny. On day 5 of Unleavened Bread, Aliyah questions the position of our lives with the poignant reminder of the coming judgment of the earth, symbolised in the cluster of grapes

Unleavened Bread – Devotional Day 4
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Unleavened Bread – Devotional Day 4

During this sacred season of Unleavened Bread, it is important to reflect on our faith walk and invite Yeshua in to the places of our hearts and our walks that still need refining. Throughout the next 7 days, Aliyah presents a symbolic devotional for the heart, one which digs deep in to the seven species of fruit and grain grown in ancient Israel. Through these devotionals, you are invited deeper in to the place where Yeshua can meet with you.

Let’s have a date on day 4 of unleavened bread!

And while the modest, soft date is not mentioned in the seven species of Deuteronomy 8, honey is mentioned and date honey was the sweet nectar of choice in Ancient Israel. What can this fruit teach us about life? It can teach us about light, the gospel, the nations and about ourselves… Join Aliyah to find out how.

Unleavened Bread – Devotional Day 3
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Unleavened Bread – Devotional Day 3

During this sacred season of Unleavened Bread, it is important to reflect on our faith walk and invite Yeshua in to the places of our hearts and our walks that still need refining. Throughout the next 7 days, Aliyah presents a symbolic devotional for the heart, one which digs deep in to the seven species of fruit and grain grown in ancient Israel. Through these devotionals, you are invited deeper in to the place where Yeshua can meet with you.

In Matthew chapter 13, Yeshua used a powerful parable about wheat and tares to teach and warn His disciples against those within the congregation whose hearts would not be wholly set on the Messiah. Yet, this parable teaches another lesson, one for all believers in every generation. A lesson that is both encouraging and contemplative, join Aliyah to hear this powerful lesson on day 3 of Unleavened Bread.

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