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Jewish Roots

It's Supernatural

June 1-2017 Many reading this have watched Sid Roth’s TV Show that is seen in many Countries around the world “It’s Supernatural” including here in Israel, Sid and I have known each other for over 40 years. I first met Sid 1977 at a Mike Evans meeting on Long Island New York he had a radio …

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Hanukkah Kislev 24th until Tevet 2nd. The first day of Hanukkah falls on Nov. 28th this Year, the same day as Thanksgiving day in the USA. The Feast of Dedication” or Hanukkah, — you will not find this Holiday in Lev. 23 with the seven Feasts of the Lord. But we find it in John …

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It Seems Impossible

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To Be a Jew

To be a Jew who knows Yeshua! With the news coming out of Europe of all the anti-Semitism, memories of past years have occupied my day. Remembering childhood events can be painful for a Jewish boy raised in the 40’s. It was 1948 or 49 I was 8 or 9 years old living in my …

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Rosh Ha Shannah

This report is for those who would like to observe God’s Holidays. This has absolutely nothing to do with the Law; this has everything to do with the Holidays God has given us to be observed. It is not complete, and if I tried to make it complete it would be more than most would …

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Pentecost "Shavu'ot"

Shavua is week in Hebrew, and Shavu’ot means 7 weeks, on the eve of the last day would be the beginning to the 50th day, from the second day of Passover “Pessah”. The second day of the Feast of Pessah was the Feast of First Fruits, on the Jewish calendar called “Omer”. The day our …

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Pessah (Passover)

The prophetic fulfillment of this Holiday is clear. It is a time to thank God for our freedom, and that covers a volume of types of freedoms. To be a free people, and to be free to worship God. But the word that summed up the true meaning of Pessah is “Redemption”. Rabbi Saul (Paul) …

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Israel’s first capital for 369 years where Joshua asked the children of Israel: “How long will you be slack to come and to possess the land the Lord gave you” The place where the Tabernacle was erected and where the land was divided among the Tribes, where the Lord’s yearly festival was celebrated and where …

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 – written by jerry golden Tefillin, consist of two small leather boxes in which are contained four sections of the Tora in scribed on parchment: Deut. 6:4-9, Deut. 11:13-21, Ex. 13:1-10, Ex. 13:11-16 a. The Shema – pronouncing the Unity of the One God. b. Vabayab— Expressing God’s assurance to us of compensation that will …

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The Feast of Tabernacles. In the Jewish World Sukkot “Booths” also The birth of Yeshua?   Oct 9th – 16st, Tishrei 15th 5775 Leviticus 23: 33-44 tells us the story of the Israelites and their journey out of Egypt and the following 40 years of wondering. We can find the name Sukkoth in Gen. 33:17 …

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MEZUZAH vzuzn (The Passover Lamb) On the doorposts of every Jewish Home you will find a Mezuzah. They will be found on the entrances to the house, as well as on every doorframe inside the home. They are small receptacle that holds verses of the Torah (Five Books of Moses or first five books of …

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Yarmulke known in Israel as a Kippah Symbol of Jewish piety has been the wearing of the Head-Cap known as the Kippah or Yarmulke. The Orthodox Jewish men wear it as a sign of their reverence before God. Many Jews outside of Israel wear it to identify with Israel and the Jewish people. It is …

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The Shofar

October 27, 2001 The Shofar The Rams Horn When you find the word Trumpet or Trump, in the Bible, the Hebrew word is Shofar. The blessings of God are many, and unfortunately many have been taken from the Church. Not only have the Holidays of God been replaced with pagan ones, but many of the …

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