Three Reasons We Should Rejoice That Jesus Is With The Father

As Christians, disciples of Christ, or believers, we should always be filled with joy and a glad heart. Why? There are many reasons, but having our names written in the Book of Life is cause enough by itself. However, we rejoice for so many reasons, including the fact that we can have fellowship with Him,Continue reading “Three Reasons We Should Rejoice That Jesus Is With The Father”

Four Applications of The Feast of Tabernacles: Now & Forever

The celebration of the final feast on the Hebrew calendar is known as the Feast of Tabernacles, Sukkot, or Feast of Booths. It began at sundown on September 20 and will last one week until sunset on September 27. It commemorates the years that the Children of Israel spent in the desert on their wayContinue reading “Four Applications of The Feast of Tabernacles: Now & Forever”

Jesus Our Mercy Seat

Jews and Christians should be familiar with the term ‘Mercy Seat’. Ask anyone familiar with the word “Mercy Seat,’ and they conjure up images of the High priest entering into the Holy of Holies every year in a supernatural manner. We know that he had a sacrifice in one hand and incense in the other,Continue reading “Jesus Our Mercy Seat”

Five Keys To Glean During The Days Of Awe

You may not have heard of the term ‘Days of Awe’ as a follower of Christ but it is part of the Fall Feasts that Jews are currently celebrating. Previously I wrote concerning the Feast of Trumpets, or Rosh Hashanah, and its correlation with the end of the age. I discussed why a Christian shouldContinue reading “Five Keys To Glean During The Days Of Awe”

Should Christians Care That It’s Rosh Hashanah?

Follow this link for more. Beginning Monday, September 6, 2021, on the Gregorian calendar, Jews and some Christians will celebrate the feast day known as Rosh Hashanah. The day will be marked by the blowing of the Shofar a total of 100 times in synagogues all over Israel, New York, and other places around theContinue reading “Should Christians Care That It’s Rosh Hashanah?”