Tag: Rosh HaShanah

Hebrew Year 5780 (2020): A Year to Widen Your Mouth in Wisdom or Zip It Shut

If you are at all familiar with last year’s prophetic outlook post titled “A Look Ahead: 5779 (2019) The Year to See the Snake in the Grass” then you know well how much the Holy Spirit longs to prepare the Children of God for what is to come. Before you continue reading what to expect

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Love is a 4 letter word

With much controversy in the church today and political unrest in the world, it can be hard to discern Truth from fiction. But for faith-filled followers of Jesus Christ, we have this assurance “When the Spirit of truth comes, he will guide you into all the truth, for he will not speak on his own

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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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