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Jewish Holidays - An Introduction

Jewish Holy Days

       The Jewish calendar is replete with celebration and reflection.  Following are a few highlights regarding some of the Holy Days.

Rosh Hashanah: (September/October)

       Rosh Hashanah begins the celebration of the Jewish New Year and is also a celebration of the creation of the universe. The shofar (ram’s horn) is blown, special prayers are recited and the culmination of these events fall upon the holiest day in the Jewish year, Yom Kippur.

Q & A Regarding End Times, Israel and Messiah

Q.  Based on your studies, what is your view on the timing of the Rapture?

A.  First of all let’s look at the five main views on the Rapture.

 

1.     Partial Rapture Position: This view states that only believers who are faithfully watching and waiting for the Lord will be raptured at various times before and during the 7 – year Tribulation.  Those who will be raptured are spiritually mature saints, both dead and living.

Seeing the Light

Seeing the Light

The Ancient Message

The Ancient Message

God's Passion

God's Passion

Shavuot: Feast of Pentecost

Shavuot: Feast of Pentecost

 

Messiah: Spirit and Light, Rabbinic Insights

Messiah: Spirit and Light, Rabbinic Insights

 

Regarding Regrets

Regarding Regrets

Jesus and Hanukkah

 

Jesus & Hanukkah

The Enemy

Q & A With Dr. Jeffrey Johnson

Q&A with Dr. Jeffrey Johnson
Founder of Israel Today Ministries

 
Why should evangelicals seek to understand the Jewish roots of Christianity?

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