Holidays, Shavuot

May 29: Shavuot (Pentecost)

– Second Pilgrim Festival Shavuot was the second pilgrim festival when Jewish men were required to bring the firstfruits of the harvest to the Temple in Jerusalem. Exodus 23:14-19a “Three times you shall keep a feast to Me in the year: You shall keep the Feast of Unleavened Bread* (you shall eat unleavened bread seven […]

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Holidays, Shavuot

May 26: Shavuot (Pentecost)

God chose a specific place, a particular piece of land, on which He would put His name. He said that to this place, all the nations would come to worship Him. Then God gave that land, that place, to Israel to be her inheritance. To fulfill that destiny and God’s purpose, the land and the people had to be holy.

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Shavuot

June 20: Shavuot

Sadly there are too many God-fearing, Israel loving Christians who are silent, preferring to “show” Israel love rather than proclaiming the greatest love of all – the Gospel of Yeshua. But the witness of love never brought anyone to salvation, only the powerful word of God.

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Shavuot

June 18: Shavuot

Despite God’s unique relationship with Israel, His goal was to create a single Kingdom community consisting of both Jews and Gentiles. God required both Jews and Gentiles to enter into the Kingdom in the same way – by grace through faith in Yeshua

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