On our journey, we celebrated the Last Day of Unleavened Bread, and the day of First Fruits yesterday. This is a good time for me to explain again that the calendar was not the same the year that Yeshua died and resurrected. I personally believe that it was the same the year that the Israelites
When I was a child I loved the song, “Father Abraham.” Every week at children’s church I wanted to sing it. You know the one, where you move your arms, then you march your feet, and nod your head, turn around, and finally sit down. Being a sure hyper child this was an ingenious song
The Biblical Feasts are such beautiful celebrations of God’s love for His people. When I first learned about them I was overwhelmed and unsure how to celebrate each one. Now many years later, I look forward to each feast and can’t wait to do them. Often people know the feasts Passover, Hanukah, and even Purim.
I have written about the difference between studying your Bible and reading your Bible in the past. I often post about our family Bible reading times, but I have decided to take you on our Bible study journey through the Spring Feasts. Last year, I began working on a Family study guide that will take
Often we hear the saying, “faith in action,” but a more accurate phrase would be faith is action. Faith is the action we take in regards to what we believe. Faith is the evidence of what we believe. In the Bible there is a passage often referred to as the Hall of Faith. It lists