Feast of Tents began today! Okay, so it's not really called Feast of Tents, it is called Feast of Tabernacles or Sukkot, but essentially the term tent is accurate since tabernacle means dwelling and sukkahs are temporary shelters. Thus, Feast of Tents is understood by our daughter who expresses great joy in the simple hanging … Continue reading Feast of Tents!
It's already the Friday before Rosh Hashanah and I'm just now menu planning. Last year, I spent weeks browsing Pinterest for apple recipes, decor and kids crafts. To be honest, our family celebrated Rosh Hashanah a month ago when it was rumored that Israel erroneously added a month to make it a leap year despite … Continue reading What’s for Dinner this Rosh Hashanah?
If you have been following along, you know that we have been equating the Feast of Trumpets with the marriage of the Bride (the church) to Christ (the Bridegroom). ...the bridegroom came, and those who were ready went in with him to the wedding; and the door was shut. Matthew 25:10 Husbands, love your … Continue reading The Jewish Wedding
It has been a while since we have blogged...it's been a little busy around here as many of you can surely relate. But, before we break down each fall feast in their beautiful details of foreshadowing and future fulfillments, we would like to briefly share the fun we have had these past few weeks in celebrating them this year. Feast … Continue reading Fall Feast Rehearsals
Have you ever been on a roller coaster ride and experienced the anticipation that the ride is about to begin? As you travel up the hill hearing the clanking of the chains, you arrive at the top, butterflies in your stomach, and there is this split second of silence. You hold your breath as you go over the hill, then … Continue reading Feast Five – Feast of Trumpets
Even though we are coming up to the fall feasts of the Lord, we thought we should give a brief (very brief) overview of the spring feasts. When we see how incredibly accurate Jesus fulfilled the spring feasts during His first coming, it gives us more hope and assurance that He will faithfully fulfill the fall feasts in … Continue reading The Spring Feasts
This past Sunday we were just talking about Chick-fil-A's founder, S. Truett Cathy before his passing away on Monday. We were still discussing the case to keep the Sabbath (See past post: Feast One - Sabbath) and of course, it led us to think of him. His bold, nationally-known practice to keep the Sabbath should and has … Continue reading The Case to Keep the Sabbath