The Mystery of the Sukkah

To understand the Feast of Sukkot or Tabernacles you need to first understand what the Church calls the Transfiguration. Because it is impossible to fully realize the importance of the Feast of Tabernacles to all believers in Yeshua if you don’t keep Sukkot in the full context of Scripture. We read about the Transfiguration in Matthew 17. In these few verses we read about one of the most amazing events in the New Testament as Yeshua, Peter, John, and Jacob are together on top of a Mountain. What makes this event so powerful is that within the written text itself we get to experience both the temporal world where John, Peter, and Jacob lived; the eternal world where Moses and Elijah are; and

The Conspiracy of Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories, if they didn’t exists social media would almost only consist of photos of pets (mostly cats), children and meals eaten at fancy restaurants. It you keep up with politics, it doesn’t really matter if you are conservative, liberal, libertarian or socialist, there is a never-ending supply of conspiracies to draw your attention and ire. For those who are not into politics we have scientific conspiracies about Global Warming/Climate change, Lunar Landings, Flat Earth, Super Colliders, and many other conspiracies. For those who are people of faith there is no shortage of conspiracies for you, in fact there are so many that I am not even going to attempt to list them here. I am

Entering into the Holy Place

Moses was 120 years old and was standing in front of the nation of Israel, sharing his last words with them. As a part of this statement he says the following words found in Deuteronomy 31:2: “He said to them, “I am 120 years old today. I am no longer able to go out and come in…” At first glance the reader might conclude that Moses had become physically weak with his advanced years and was telling his people why he was transferring leadership to Joshua. However, we know from Scripture that this cannot be the case because in Deuteronomy 34:7 the Torah tells us: “Moses was 120 years old when he died. His eye was not dim nor his vigor gone.” So, if Moses wasn’t saying that he was too old and we

What does a loaf of braided bread have to do with an alabaster box?

Every Friday evening as Jewish families gather around their tables for their Sabbath meal, there on the table will be a loaf of beautiful braided bread. While this bread is one of the best-known traditional Jewish foods, many don’t know the history behind the name of the bread or that the challah actually comes directly from the Bible. The truth is that the name challah does not actually refer to the bread itself. The bread is a memorial of the challah. Merely a reminder each week that as we celebrate the Sabbath together and eat the challah bread, we are reminded that the Temple no longer stands and that we do not have a priesthood serving in the Temple. You see the challah was actually a p

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