Traditions or Commandments. What Does The Bible Say About Passover?

Traditions or Commandments, What does the Bible Say about Passover? 1. It’s Our Creator’s Passover (it’s not a religion).  By The Blood of The Lamb Death Passed Over The Firstborns of Israel:  Exodus 12:11, 14; 23:14; Leviticus 23:5; Numbers 28:16; Kings 23:21; 2 Chronicles 35; Hebrews 11:28. 2. It’s to Be Remembered Forever, (Olam):  Exodus... Continue Reading →

Resurrection Day is First-fruits

Resurrection Day is First-fruits What is the meaning of First-fruit? The Bible teaches us that the First-fruits represent the First of our produce that we offer to our Creator to ensure the rest of the harvest will be blessed:  Leviticus 23:10; Proverbs 3:9; Romans 11:16.   First-fruits was changed to Resurrection Day just as our Creator's Appointed... Continue Reading →

Sabbath Exists For Everyone

The Misunderstood 7th Day/Sabbath Sabbath means 7th day rest, to cease, end, finish or complete. The All Powerful Creator of the Universe was not tired after six days of creating.  The the 7th day Sabbath is more like the "rest note" on a sheet of music.  An entire symphony, in sync with the music, knows... Continue Reading →

The True Meaning of a Scapegoat

The Term Scapegoat Originates From Hebrew Once a Year, on The Day of Atonement, the High Priest Entered the Holy of Holies With the Blood of a Goat to Atone, (Cover) for the sins of the people. Casting Lots Between Two Goats: The Sins of the People were Symbolically Placed on the Scapegoat Even Today's... Continue Reading →

Shavuot is the Festival of Weeks

How The Wheat Harvest Reveals Spiritual Life Shavuot is the Hebrew Word Meaning Weeks In English Shavuot is referred to as Pentecost, derived from the Greek word 50th. It is also called the Feast of Weeks, Numbers 28:26, Oaths, First-fruits of the Wheat Harvest and the feast of In-gathering. "You shall celebrate the Feast of Weeks,... Continue Reading →

Hanukkah,The Dedication

Why Everyone Should Know About  Hanukkah Hanukkah celebrates the re-dedication of the 2nd Temple in Jerusalem after the successful rebellion of the Maccabees against King Antiouchus Epiphanes, (175-164 B.C.) The full story of Hanukkah is documented in 1st and 2nd Maccabees. After the death of Alexander the Great, 323 B.C. the Greco-Syrian Seleucids emerged to... Continue Reading →

Sukkot is For Everyone

Sukkot Is Our Creator's Fall In-gathering A Sukkah translates into English as a Booth, Hut, Dwelling or Tabernacle.  The Hebrew root word "sukak," Strong's #5526b, means "to be knit together." Sukkah is the name of a "Temporary Shelter."  Like Israelite's dwelt in for 40 years after their deliverance from slavery in Egypt. From Creation God Set... Continue Reading →

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