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One For Israel Staff – Nov 17, 2018 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 feast of Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles. “Over three centuries ago”, declared John F. Kennedy, “our forefathers in Virginia and in Massachusetts, far from home in a lonely wilderness, set aside a time of thanksgiving. … Continue reading Was Thanksgiving Based On Sukkot, The Feast Of Tabernacles?
By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz October 3, 2018 , 2:06 pm I wipe away your sins like a cloud, Your transgressions like mist— Come back to Me, for I redeem you. Isaiah 44:22 (The Israel Bible™) An unexplained mist begins to rise on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. (Credit: Joshua Wander via Facebook) On Sunday, a group of Jews praying on the Mount of Olives witnessed a large white … Continue reading Rabbi: Strange Mist on Temple Mount Is War on Spiritual Plane [VIDEO]
Passover – Eighth Day (Deuteronomy 15:19 – 16:17) Firstborn of Herd and Flock 15:19. “All the firstling males that come from your herd and your flock you will sanctify to the LORD* your God. You will do no work with the firstling of your ox or shear the firstling of your sheep. 20. You will eat it before the LORD* your God year by year in the place which … Continue reading Happy Passover – Torah portion – One New Man Bible – Passover – Eighth Day – Deuteronomy 15:19 – 16:17
Second Day (Leviticus 22:26-23:44) 22:26. And the LORD* spoke to Moses, saying, 22:27. “When a bull or a sheep or a goat is brought forth, it will be seven days under its mother, and from the eighth day on it will be accepted for an offering made by fire to the LORD*. 28. And whether it is a cow or ewe, you will not kill it and its … Continue reading Happy Passover! – Torah portion – the One New Man Bible – Leviticus 22:26-23:44 – Second Day
Again Yeshua-Jesus was not born on December 25! Is there any evidence of a historical tradition behind celebrating Yeshua’s birth at Sukkot? For a variety of reasons, some less valid than others, many people in Messianic Judaism have an aversion to celebrating the birth of our Master on the traditional Christian dates of December 25 or January 6. That aversion has inspired some Messianic communities … Continue reading Birth of Jesus at Sukkot
Torah Commentary Leviticus 16:1 – 34; 18:1 – 30 Numbers 29:7 – 11 Hebrews 10 Note: As we come to the conclusion of this Torah cycle you may find yourselves using a different set of verses than me due to different methods of reading. This is a great opportunity for a lesson in not always being in complete agreement of walk, but rather complete agreement … Continue reading Torah Commentary – Let’s Not Miss the Point – SCRIPTURES FOR September 30, 2017
Torah Commentary Ha’azinu (Hear) Deuteronomy 32:1-52 Isaiah 55:6-56:8, 2 Samuel 22:1-51 2 Kings 22-23 Yom Kippur and the Song of Moshe It has been a long sermon for Pastor Moshe. The thirty-one chapters of what we know as the Book of Deuteronomy all came forth during this sermon. He has given the people a summation of the Torah and repeatedly told them the choice they have: … Continue reading Torah Commentary – Ha’azinu (Hear) – Yom Kippur and the Song of Moshe – SCRIPTURES FOR September 23, 2017
“Speak to B’nei Yisrael and say to them: These are My fixed times, the fixed times of Hashem, which you shall proclaim as sacred occasions.” Leviticus 23:2 (The Israel Bible™) The growing phenomenon of Christians observing the Biblical holidays is bringing Jews and Christians closer while helping to eliminate anti-Jewish replacement theology. This phenomenon is creating a new Bible-based aspect within Christianity, and for some … Continue reading In Growing Trend, Christians Taking On Biblical High Holidays of Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur
Torah Commentary Ki Tavo (When You Come) Deuteronomy 26:1-29:8 Isaiah 60:1-22 Matthew 13:1-23 Acts 28:17-31 Romans 11:1-15 Until “Today” As I have shared, there are many themes in the book of Deuteronomy. We see the importance of taking responsibility for our actions, treating others with respect, walking in blessings and walking in curses through our disobedience. All of these instructions give us rich teachings to … Continue reading Torah Commentary – Ki Tavo (When You Come) – Until “Today” – SCRIPTURES FOR September 9, 2017
Torah Commentary Ki Tetze (When you go out) Deuteronomy 21:10-25:19 Isaiah 54:1-10 Mark 10:2-12 Luke 20:27-38 1Tim 5:17-18 Protecting the Back of the Pack As I read through these middle chapters of Deuteronomy I sometimes want to put my head back and say, “Well duh!” For me, I find many of the instructions here are common sense. I really cannot think of a time in … Continue reading Torah Commentary – Ki Tetze (When you go out) – Protecting the Back of the Pack – SCRIPTURES FOR September 2, 2017
Ki-Teitzei When you go out Deuteronomy 21:10-25:19 Isaiah 54:1-10 (or finish at 52:13) “Love Thy Neighbor” by Mark Huey Ki-Teitzei is traditionally considered during the month of Elul, as one is preparing his or her heart for the Fall high holidays. It is during this forty-day season of repentance or teshuvah, which lasts from 01 Elul through the Ten Days of Awe (01-09 Tishri) preceding Yom Kippur(10 Tishri), that many … Continue reading Ki-Teitzei – When you go out – “Love Thy Neighbor” – 27 August, 2017
Psalm 92:12-13 says, “The righteous shall flourish like a palm tree, He shall grow like a cedar in Lebanon.Those who are planted in the house of the Lord shall flourish in the courts of our God.They shall still bear fruit in old age”. There is some remarkable news in Israel about a palm tree that has done exactly that! In the 1960s, archaeologists found an … Continue reading PALM SPROUTED FROM 2000 YEAR OLD SEED NOW BEARS FRUIT IN ISRAEL!
Torah Commentary Deut 33:1-34:12 Joshua 1:1-9 Matt 17:1-9 Jude 3-4, 8-10 Day 19, Month 7, 5775; 21 October 2016 *I did not have time to write a Torah commentary this week for the Sukkot scriptures. This is an excerpt from my book “They Walked Toward the Promises.” I think it is fitting as we look to a new cycle, one which will take us … Continue reading Torah Commentary – Day 19, Month 7, 5775; 21 October 2016
Torah Commentary Nitzavim “Standing” Deuteronomy 29:9-30:20 Isaiah 61:10-63:9 Hosea 14:2-10 2 Kings 16-18 Starting To Think Many people have dreamed through the years how great it would be to have lived during Biblical times. They imagine what it would have been like to live during the time of Jeremiah, Isaiah or one of the other prophets. They think how exciting it must have been to … Continue reading Torah Commentary Nitzavim “Standing” -Starting To Think
One of the more remarkable incarnations of the prophesied ingathering of the exiles is the discovery of Jewish roots in African tribes. The King of Togo, a country in West Africa, plans to strengthen that Messianic vision by bringing hundreds of African kings to the Western Wall in Jerusalem this Sukkot (Festival of Booths) to sing out their love of the God of Israel. King … Continue reading King of Togo Bringing Hundreds of African Kings to Praise God at Kotel on Sukkot
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