Sevening Ourselves

Omer Count & Jubilee Count We are currently counting the omer each day and each Shabbat. Today is the 3rd Sabbath or the 21st day of counting the Omer. With each day that we count we also read some of the Psalms. I want to ask you why do we count? We are commanded to count … Continue reading Sevening Ourselves

The Exodus Story

Shabbat Shalom to the Royal Family of Yehovah,The 7th Day of Unleavened Bread Why do we keep the 7th Day of Unleavened Bread? What does it signify? We read in Numbers Number 33:3 They set out from Rameses in the first month, on the fifteenth day of the first month. On the day after the Passover, the … Continue reading The Exodus Story

What do The Ten Days of Awe mean? T’Shuva, Repentance and Isaiah 66

Shabbat Shalom Brethren, Brethren, We are less than a month away from the start of the fall Festival Season. At the end of the 29th day of the 6th month, we will anxiously look and expect to see the New Crescent of the moon proclaiming the beginning of the 7th month.  If the moon is … Continue reading What do The Ten Days of Awe mean? T’Shuva, Repentance and Isaiah 66

The Marriage Week of Sukkot According to the Sabbatical Cycles

Shabbat Shalom Brethren, Why do we keep Sukkot? Throughout the bible we are shown that the relationship between Yehovah and Israel is one of a man betrothed to a woman. The whole bible is speaking of this relationship. Yehovah is jealous because Israel has gone after other gods, others she is idolizing. So once Israel … Continue reading The Marriage Week of Sukkot According to the Sabbatical Cycles

Shavuot and its Relationship to the 8th Day Feast

Shabbat Shalom To the Royal Family, Chag Shavuot Same’ach SHAVUOT | FEAST OF PENTECOST This Feast of the fiftieth day has been a many-sided one and as a consequence, has been called by many names. The names are as follows: Chag Ha-Shavuot or H’ag Shabu’ot (Feast of Weeks) Azeret shel Pesah (Closing Season Of the … Continue reading Shavuot and its Relationship to the 8th Day Feast