Category: Biblical Living

In the Bible, specifically Leviticus 23, we are given an outline of God’s Holy Days.  The Days that the Creator of the world set aside to meet with His people. In my last post I focused on the day called, Yom Teruah, Day of Shouting.  Ten days after Yom Teruah is Yom Kippur, the Day

Chag Shamach! Happy Holiday, Happy Feast!!!! Did you know that today is a feast of Yehovah God? This feast actually begins with the sighting of the new moon. Let’s take a quick look at scripture.  There are three clear passages of scripture about this commanded Holy Day. The Feast of Trumpets 23 Then the Lord spoke to Moses,

Why should I keep Sabbath? Because the Bible tells me so!!  Sabbath points us back to the Creator: Genesis 1-3  Yehovah God created rest: Genesis 2:2-3  It’s the Fourth Commandment of the Big Ten: Exodus 16 & 20  Yehovah wrote it with His own finger in stone: Exodus 16 & 20  It’s a symbol of

Disclaimer:  Sadly in this very fallen world there are people who are stuck in marriages that they did not mean to be in.  I encourage parents to train your children to ask the write questions before marriage.  That being said, this post is not written to the man or woman who may be in a

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

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