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Yom Teruah, the Feast of Trumpets: Pay Attention!

Have you ever heard the stirring sound of a shofar? That ancient cry to the deep... It is a sound that the people of...

Was Thanksgiving Based on Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles?

On the fourth Thursday of November, Americans celebrate the feast of Thanksgiving. The roots of the feast are quite interesting, and relate to the Biblical...

Tabernacling with God at the Feast of Sukkot

All of the biblical feasts are prophetic; rich with symbolism and laden with spiritual nourishment for both Jews and Gentiles. They speak of who...

4 Common Misconceptions about Yom Kippur, Day of Atonement

When the author of Hebrews wrote about the high priest entering the holy of holies once a year, he assumed that his readers knew...

Feast of Trumpets Heralds Good News in Israel

Just as people commonly take stock and think about the course of their lives at the beginning of January, so Israelis take time to...

How The Feast of Trumpets Became Rosh HaShana

What is Rosh Hashana? Much of the world celebrates a new start as December 31st turns into January 1st, whereas Jewish people now celebrate...

Celebrating Sukkot

The Feast of Sukkot is a time of rejoicing and ingathering, but here we will concentrate on the waving of the four species, and the welcoming of...

Yeshua in Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement

There are many ways in which the Biblical ordinance of Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, foreshadows the greatest atonement of all: the sacrifice...

Yeshua and the Sukkot Water Drawing Festival

Sukkot is an eight-day long feast. That's a lot of feasting! The first evening and day are special, but the end of the feast...

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