When I was a child, I attended many different denominations of Christian churches, primarily, Nazarene and United Methodist. In these different congregations, the concept of fasting was often taught around Easter time, during the time of Lent. The teachings always were very similar, fasting is giving up something to show God you’re serious about whatever
(Originally written in September 2016, updated September 2022) A few years ago our family started slowing adding the observance of Yehovah’s feasts into our lives. When we first started it was so hard to know what to do. What are the Biblical feasts? When are the feasts? Where do we celebrate them? Who should celebrate
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
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