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A Record-Breaking Breakthrough Year in Israel!

As mad and as hideous as 2020 has been, there has been breakthrough after breakthrough for the gospel in Israel. There has been much...

Shemini Atzeret: The Last and Greatest Day of the Feast

Shemini Atzeret is translated as the Eighth Day of the Assembly. It’s sort of strange that there’s an eighth day of the assembly, given...

Sukkot: Jesus Tabernacled and Paul Made Tents

The Feast of Tabernacles, or Sukkot as it's known in Hebrew, is a God-ordained feast with a fantastic point behind it. Or perhaps a...

Yom Kippur: The Do-Nothing Day

The streets are weirdly quiet on Yom Kippur in Israel. Driving is not exactly banned, but it is definitely frowned upon. As a result,...

Yom Teruah, the Feast of Trumpets: Pay Attention!

Have you ever heard the stirring sound of a shofar? That ancient cry to the deep... It is a sound that the people of...

The Biblical Feasts of Israel All Point to Jesus

God commanded His people: Have a feast! Take a break! He made festivals part of the Law, codifying the commandments to stop for a...

The Context of Pentecost: A Tale of Two Mountains

Guest blog by Greg Denham Many today are praying for a Jesus Movement – an incredible work of the Gospel in our generation. But in order...

Pentecost Preparation for What’s Coming…

The biblical season of “Counting the Omer” happens between Passover and Pentecost. Pentecost in the Bible is known as the Feast of Weeks, Shavuot in...

The Context of Communion Matters

Guest blog by Greg Denham Communion has been called “The Grand Central Station of the Christian Faith”.  It’s commonly known as “the Lord’s Supper” or...

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