"The Fall Feasts symbolize the last trumpet that will sound as the Messiah returns, Yom Kippur points to the final judgement, and Sukkot is the final feast where God and man can at last move in together, like a newly-wed couple who have been longing for complete union."
Read the teaching below, or watch a video of the teaching by Yehuda Bachana. This Shabbat we read Parashat Haazinu, which includes the Song of...
Daniel writes, "The First Tabernacles of the Millennial Age would fit as the celebration of the Bride of the Messiah being joined to the Messiah, or the Marriage Supper of the Lamb. So, the shofar blast of Yom Kippur..."
D’VARIM (DEUTERONOMY) 32:1–52 Our weekly portion opens with the word, “הַאֲזִ֥ינוּ” “Ha’azinu” (listen or give ear to). This is a word that I believe we...
Sukkot (see Leviticus 23:34-43) is a festive, family holiday. Many Israelis erect a temporary booth (sukka) where they eat their meals and sometimes even sleep in them. It's traditional to invite friends and family to share a meal in the sukka.
Cody writes, "As a young believer, I sometimes felt frustrated by the vagueness of the Great Commission. Why couldn’t Yeshua go into more detail of the ‘how to’ for His global discipleship initiative?"
Richard writes, "Yeshua came to earth not only to save and forgive us, but also to restore God’s image and likeness back into us. We have failed to honor our Messiah and Savior Yeshua by Celebrating His true Birthday of Succoth."
Reuven writes, "The nation of Israel is about to enter the most solemn day on its annual calendar, the Day of Atonement, and we wanted to share that special sense with our friends from the nations."
At no point does the writer mention the words “Day of Atonement”, but the point is clear – he is drawing the parallel between Yeshua and the priest going into the holy of holies on Yom Kippur.
Read the teaching below, or watch a video of the teaching by Yehuda Bachana. This Shabbat we read Parashat Vayelech. The final weekly Torah portions...