Yom Kippur – Not Just a Fast

Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), the day of finalities, the summation of the 40 days of repentance, the completion of the 10 Days of Awe. What does it all mean? To the Orthodox Jews, it means fasting and repentance, spending the day in prayer and the synagogue, hoping their names are sealed in the Book of Life, and wishing others…

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Elul and the Message of Repentance

The time of Elul and the season of T’Shuvah (repentance) is here. Our desire is that you will use this ‘preparation time’ wisely, and cry out to Abba to place you on His examination table. We have entered the time of no return, no going back. If you have set your sights on the coming Kingdom of Messiah, you understand…

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The Call To Unleavened Worship

In preparation for the Passover season, I wanted to re-release this study article – ‘The Call to Unleavened Worship’. Worshipping Yah must be done in a fashion that is void of anything within us that causes ‘self’ to ‘rise’ and be puffed up. He is after unleavened lifestyles. Removing the ‘rising factor’ from our lives, through recognition that He is…

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That Overwhelming Feeling

Feeling overwhelmed is part of human nature. It is very easy to become quickly overwhelmed with the things of this world. It is that pressure inside us that rises up like a pressure cooker, causing our minds to be completely scattered and unable to think clearly. A few months ago, I believe Abba revealed to me the source of feeling…

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Stand Tall – The Sun is Setting

“Arise, shine, for your light has come! And the esteem of Yahuweh has risen upon you. For look, darkness covers the earth, and thick darkness the peoples. But Yahuweh arises over you, and His esteem is seen upon you.” (Isaiah 60:1,2) Yahuweh lifted David’s head because David’s head was bowed low in humility. When Yahuweh lifts the head, we can…

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