10 Days of Awe

Jewish tradition from the Old Testament dictates these 10 days between the end of Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year) and Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement) are the holiest of all holy days in all the Hebrew calendar. Not only do they provide for a time of rest and reflection, they are also hugely

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Should Christians Celebrate Rosh HaShanah? What about other Jewish Feasts?

I’ve heard many sects of the Christian faith refer to the Jewish Holy Days as having been abolished and no longer significant under the New Testament. As a follower of the Catholic faith, this appeared to me a bit too eerily familiar to the protestant and early reformation attempts to “modernize” the church. A popularly

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Peace is a Weapon – Bomb Away

Peace is a powerful weapon. You’re ability to receive it will determine how you affect the people, atmosphere and circumstances around you. There are always those in every storm and every disaster of life who seem to exhibit a calming sense of strength and affirmation that makes many think either they are nuts or they

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WHICH MOUNTAIN ARE YOU RUNNING TO?

In every significant moment of transition, the Lord has called his holy men and women to the Mountain of the Lord to receive Him and revelation of His nature. For Moses it was Mt. Sinai (Exodus 19), for Abraham Mt. Moriah (Genesis 22), Elijah Mt. Horeb (1 Kings 19), Jesus Mt. Hermon (Matthew 17) and

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Guest Blog: Going From Glory To Glory In The Word Of God by Ivonne Sherman

When we first start out on the journey of faith, we are like a baby. We don’t know much and we have a very limited experience of God, if any at all. If we don’t choose to expand our faith, we stay the same and possibly even digress back into unbelief. When we choose to

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