Tag Archives: Feasts of the Lord

Sukkot with us on the Zadokite Calendar

Sukkot is fast approaching and the elders of our fellowship have decided to open our Sukkot gathering to other like-minded families who wish to spend a week celebrating before the King with us. Dates: According to the Zadokite calendar: 4 … Continue reading

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Do you avoid some topics?

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Is Aviv Barley Overrated?

I don’t enjoy calendar debates or discussions, but the ‘crazy’ of the last couple years has forced me to ask some questions and search for some answers. One such question is whether the annual hunt for aviv barley has gotten … Continue reading

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Why defend patriarchy?

A couple of good posts came up in my Instagram feed today. Among others, I follow several posters and hashtags related to Biblical roles, family structure, masculinity, femininity, and patriarchy. Truly, that is the ‘new rebel.’ The post at left … Continue reading

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Torah Portion: Re’eh (Deuteronomy 11:26-16:17)

Do men really receive a greater judgment in some areas than women? What should men be doing in this age? And, how about women? Does Isaiah 2-4 support what we see in the Torah? Israel will not be restored without … Continue reading

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Is Jerusalem really THAT expensive??!! (Or, is there a better way?)

Someone special sent me the following two and a half minute video touting budget accommodations in Jerusalem. Take a watch, then let’s talk… Certainly, I appreciate entrepreneurship and Jerusalem is a bit pricey if traditional hotels are on the menu, … Continue reading

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Still More, Re: The Skeleton in Independence Park

The first installment in this series created a stir and got lots of hits. While some were offended by my tone and/or content, others, both publicly and privately, praised the message. Offense was not my intent. It was/is a hard … Continue reading

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Instructing God in righteousness…

The other day my wife, Kelly Clayton Rambo, showed me a meme that was on her Facebook page. I read it and immediately stated the corollary back to her… “Righteousness, even if contrary to the traditions of men, is still … Continue reading

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We are getting ready for Passover. Are you?

Is it too early to make Pesach plans?  Not if you want to be in Jerusalem for the feast…. Consider joining Ani Yosef in Jerusalem for 13 days, just $825.  Cost includes lodging and two meals per day.  The first … Continue reading

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The everlasting Word!

When this was written, what commandments was the author or Author referring to? Just our verses later: Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. Proverbs 3:5 Maybe it should read, “trust in … Continue reading

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Paul believed EVERYTHING written in the Torah….

Do you? Shema Israel….. “But this I confess to you, that according to the Way (which they call a sect), I worship the God of our fathers, believing everything written in the Torah and the Prophets. Acts 24:14 TLV http://bible.com/314/act.24.14.TLV

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1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Shabbat! (repeat…)

He restores my soul; He guides me in the paths of righteousness For His name’s sake. Psalms 23:3 NASB http://bible.com/100/psa.23.3.NASB

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Taste and see that the Lord is good!!

While generally understood in a metaphorical sense, yesterday, I was reminded of the real physical sense that our Father expects us to understand His Word when it says, Oh taste and see that the Lord is good! Ps. 34:8 We … Continue reading

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Come, let us go up!!

Recently, I shared a terrific series concerning the debate about making regular pilgrimages to Jerusalem for the feasts.  As previously shared, Bob Parham demonstrates with clarity that the eleven most common objections do not hold water when held to the … Continue reading

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Is Yom Kippur for Christians?

Today is Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.  Last evening and this morning, we have been reading Scripture, praying and confessing.  It is a day of humbling ourselves before the Lord.  But, is it a day for Christians?  Many, even … Continue reading

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