Cheshvan: Your New Beginning

Cheshvan is the eighth month on the Hebrew calendar and represents a new beginning and life. Jesus said, "I have come so that they may have life, life in its fullest measure,1" that's what existed in the garden of Eden and was lost through temptation and sin.  John 10:10 NKJV "The thief does not come... Continue Reading →

Elul: A Month of Preparation

Elul is the sixth month on the Hebrew calendar and leads into the High Holidays of Yom Teruah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot (The Feast of Trumpets, The Day of Atonement, and the Feast of Tabernacles). The Fall Feasts are the only remaining feasts yet to be fulfilled. Jesus gave a warning in two parables in... Continue Reading →

Av: Overcoming Unbelief

Av is the fifth month on the Hebrew calendar. We've all heard that five is a grace number, and Av is a month when we need grace, a grace that overcomes. The ninth of Av (Saturday, August 6, 2022) is a day of mourning and fasting because it is on that day the First and... Continue Reading →

Between The Straits

Tonight at sundown (July 16, 2022) till August 6, 2022, marks a period on the Hebrew calendar known as being between the straits. It is a time of mourning the loss of the First and Second Temple. The ninth of Av is a day of remembrance for the Temples as well as other tragic events... Continue Reading →

Tammuz: Guard Your Heart and Worship

The Summer months on God’s calendar have begun. Tammuz, Av, and Elul have no major holidays, but God always has something to show us each month. For example, Tammuz is the month Israel built the golden calf in the wilderness (Exodus 32) and is also the month ten of the twelve spies brought back a... Continue Reading →

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