The final Biblical feast for the year is here! The Last Great Day, Shemini Atzeret. This day is special, a day with depth and goodness for the present, and filled with hope and foreshadow for the future. In this Coffee Break, Yosef and Aliyah discuss the wonder and mystery of this final eighth day feast. Digging into the final revelation of what this means for the end of days, but what it also means for our daily living, today. Described as an encouraging Coffee Break, we invite you to join us!
Praise Yeshua there is a wedding coming and it will be a most glorious one. The problem is everyone wants to be under the Chuppa and everyone wants to be the bride, but will they? As we head towards the festival of Sukkot I believe that Yeshua has been preparing His bride and guiding her to his heart. Many are called but few are chosen. This is a hard fact that many seem not be able to comprehend. How ready have you made yourself for your Groom?
The day of Atonement is a chance for us to take stock of our lives and to repent, get ready and to ask Him to change us. To realise that He is the one who has paid a great price to draw all men unto Him and to reconcile us to Himself. The Bride will be those who have heard and are ready. “Those to have listened will truly hear, those who hear will obey and those who obey will reflect”. There is no more time for half-heartedness and compromising in this Kingdom. Your heart needs to be steadfast and secure on the author and perfector of your faith.
Yom Teruah is one of the most important festivals and one that holds a clear prophetic message for this generation. The two witnesses are being raised up, forerunners will be sent forth and the trumpet blasts on Yom Teruah, are more significant then we realise. This feast will come and many will miss the message, but now is the time to draw in to the significance of this holy day, once shrouded in mystery but now being revealed to our generation. Could it be that the time has come for these forerunners to be sent out soon? You decide.
The beautiful fall feasts are drawing near and the time of celebration, reflection, joy and growth are here again. We begin this season of celebration with the Feast of Trumpets or as its called in Hebrew, Yom Teruah. Much tradition and false custom has come to be celebrated within these feasts and sadly, these customs and traditions have over ridden and replaced the purity of the biblical mandates for these feasts. In this teaching, Aliyah outlines the biblical requirements for celebrating this feast today.