Posts Tagged:Sabbath

The Gospel Revealed in the Sabbath

When a few of my Christian friends first learned that I believed in keeping the Torah, one of their concerns was that I was too focused on things like the Sabbath and feast days and thus not emphasizing the value of Yeshua (Jesus) and the Gospel. I firmly stand with my Christian friends in our…

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The Sabbath – How Do We Keep It?

In this episode of The Revolution, Chris discusses the lack of specific commandments given in Torah about how to keep the Sabbath Day!   Follow along with the PowerPoint. 

Our Children Need to Hear the Sound of the Shofar

Yom Teruah (The Feast of Trumpets), is the fifth appointed time of YHWH. In Judaism, it has become known as Rosh Hashanah or the turn/head of the (civil) year. It is celebrated on the first day of the seventh month, the Biblical month of Tishri, at the time of a new moon. Yom Teruah is…

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Feast of Trumpets

The Feast of Trumpets (Yom Teruah) or Rosh Hashanah (Head of the Year) is the first of the three Fall Feast.  It can be hard to know when this Feast starts if your calendar is based on the sighting of the first sliver of the moon because this Feast falls on the first day of…

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Impress Them On Your Children…Torah Study Resources for Kids

As parents, we are commanded to teach our children the instructions of YHWH, His Torah. Deuteronomy 6:7 tells us that we are to impress His Word on our children. What does this word “impress” imply? The Hebrew word for impress is “shanan” and is often translated as sharpen when used elsewhere in Scripture. If you…

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The Sabbath…In Context

Sabbath (G4521 ~ Sabbaton) is mentioned 68 times in 62 verses in the New Testament.   It is translated as Sabbath 59 times, first day of the week 8 times, and week 1 time.   Of the verses where “first day of the week” is used two of them use G4521 as “Sabbath” as well as “first day…

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Passover is one of the most unique of the seven Feast Days. One of the most interesting things about this feast is that Passover is not a day. Feast such as The Day of Atonement or Pentecost start at sunset and run one complete day until the next sunset. Passover is not this way. Passover…

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Sabbath…Saturday or Sunday?

One thing about the Bible is that the important things that we are really supposed to get are always in it more than once. This is the case because when the Bible was written, there was NO punctuation, so the authors could not use an exclamation point to suggest that something was important. The Sabbath…

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Y’shua and the Sabbath

Among those who claim to follow the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob no biblical command has aroused as much controversy as the Fourth Commandment— YHWH’s instruction to remember the Sabbath day and keep it holy (Exodus 20:8-11). Here, in particular, we find that people’s interpretations of Y’shua’s teaching are all over the map. Some…

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