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Chapter 3 : Constantine I, Christian or Politician?

Chapter 3 Constantine I, Christian or Politician? Who was this emperor that Bishop Eusibius later wrote in his Ecclesiastical History of as “the most exalted person living” and “God’s dearly beloved”? The Bishop considered opposition to Constantine as opposition of God’s own (Manschreck, 31).  Constantine was born and educated in the Imperial Court.  His father, […]

Chapter 2 : Early Christianity in An Empirical Cult

Chapter 2 Early Christianity in an Empirical Cult Before going into the historical roots of the current holiday customs I want to lay down some foundational information regarding the history of the Christian movement that I hope will shed some light on how syncretism has been a ploy of Satan’s from the beginning.  A brief […]

Chapter 1 : My People Perish for Lack of Knowledge

Chapter 1 My People Perish For Lack of Knowledge All of us observe family rituals and traditions during the various holidays that have been passed on to us from our grandparents and their grandparents.  Have you ever wondered where the holiday customs you and your family observe originated?  It may surprise you to know that […]

Awaken The Sleeping Bride – Introduction

Over the course of the next several posts, I am going to be sharing a book that my mother wrote called “Awaken the Sleeping Bride.”   Introduction This book evolved through a personal journey with God.  As I began to lay myself open before the Lord, He began to reveal and peel away things in […]

Yahusha {The One They Call Jesus} Returns for His Bride

Our Sukkot story starts at the END of the Bible today: Revelation 19:5  talks about the return of Yahuah and the Marriage supper of the Lamb. And the four and twenty elders fell down and worshipped YAH that sat on the throne, saying, Amein; Halleluyah.  And the voice came out of the throne , saying, […]

Yeshuah {The one they Call Jesus} Celebrates Sukkot

The story of when Yeshuah {the one they call Jesus} celebrated Sukkot starts with what happened at Yom Teruah. Remember, Yom Teruah is the “Day of the Awakening Blast,” and is the day we are called to blow and here the shofar. On that very day Yeshuah confronted the sages and Prushim {which are the […]

Celebrate the TRUE Birth of Yeshua {The One They Call Jesus}

Just after sunset on September 12, 3 BCE, while the sky was clothed with the last rays of the setting sun, the first sliver of the new moon appeared, beneath the feet of the constellation of the woman Beulah {Hebrew}, which means “virgin,” “Virgo” {is its Latin name}.  At that moment, in the constellation of […]

A Look at Sukkot Observance in the Old Testament

The directions on how to observe Sukkot is mentioned in the old testament in four different locations: The first is Exodus 23:14-19  This is part of the book of the covenant.  This is just after the people had heard the voice of Yahuah speak the ten commandments at the foot of the mount and they […]

Sukkot – Should Christians Celebrate It?

Should a Christian/Non Jew celebrate Sukkot? First lets discuss – WHO ARE WE – As Christians/believers in Yeshuah/Jesus? Names are thrown around a lot and I believe names are important. A name can tell you who you are as they often carry a meaning behind them. So let’s talk about who we are and who […]

Bible Study : The Feasts of the Lord

  What are the Feasts of the Lord?  The biblical Holydays are the ordained festivals observed by the followers of Yahuah as recorded in the scriptures. Leviticus 23:4 says, “These are the feasts of the LORD, even holy convocations, which ye shall proclaim in their seasons.” The words translated “feasts” and “seasons” is the single Hebrew […]

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