The Biblical Feasts
God’s festivals tell stories about God’s kingdom. They bring to life all of the symbols, prophecies, and spiritual meanings of God’s kingdom. If you are new to the Biblical Feasts, start here for an introduction to each festival.
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Word Warriors The Power of Dabar
The Creator has given us the gift of dabar - the spoken word. Spoken words accomplish actions and can literally change history. Yeshua (Jesus), Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, and Deborah are among the Word Warriors of Scripture. The power of life and death was in their mouths (Proverbs 18:21). They went into battle, defeated enemies, blessed others with shalom, imparted wisdom, and raised the dead with the words they spoke.
The Menorah in the End of Days Menorah Series, Part 3
In Zechariah’s mystical vision, he saw a crown over a golden Menorah. From the Hebrew word for crown in Zechariah 4:2 comes the promise of resurrection in the Menorah. The Menorah appears in ancient tombs to proclaim resurrection and new beginnings. The Menorah also signifies the radiance of King Messiah, and the people of the Most High.
Standing at the Center of the Menorah Menorah Series, Part 2
There is a secret relationship between the middle branch, and side branches, of the Menorah. The middle branch supports them all, since the side branches have no foundation of their own. This pattern is reflected in the Messiah’s relationship with believers.
Light of the Menorah Menorah Series, Part 1
The First Light of Creation was supernatural, and existed before the sun, moon, and stars (Genesis 1:3). The Menorah at the Temple exalted the First Light. Its miraculously burning lamp never went out. But, when the Messiah began His earthly ministry, the supernatural lamp on the Menorah stopped burning. Today, the First Light resides in you.
Secrets of the Menorah
The Ark of the Covenant, Table of Showbread, and Altar of Incense were all fashioned of wood, and covered with gold. This mixture portrayed “divinity covering humanity,” which is a picture of redemption. The Menorah, however, consisted only of purest gold, as a picture of the Redeemer Himself.