Order MUST be placed by Aug 31st, 2017!! Click here for detailed image!
Feast your eyes on one of the coolest Sukkot T’s I have seen. And, it is not fellowship or site specific. You need to get one to wear around your ‘messi-curious’ friends and family!
Available in a rainbow of colors at just $8, this is the BOMB!!
Here is what I received via email from my good friend, Steve King:
Sukkot T-shirts! Sukkot is approaching again and we are so excited! Along with deciding where you will be celebrating the feast, it is also time to order your 2017 Sukkot T-shirts. The design is not specific to any location, so they can be worn wherever you decide to go. As you know, we have been producing these T-shirts for years, but this year’s T-shirt is really exciting! There has been a progression in theme since I took it over two years ago. You may not be aware of this, so let me recap the previous years: Two years ago it was establishing His Sukkot with a tent and all His people gathered together, dwelling in unity. Last year it was establishing that His people are those who are called by His Name. This year it is about the two sticks being reunited and gathering His people from the four corners of the Earth. I hope you will be blessed with many opportunities to share with others what the design means.
When ordering this year you will have the option of having the T-shirts sent directly to you or, if you still prefer, you can also pick them up from me to save on shipping cost. When you click on the link below it will take you directly to the 2017 Sukkot T-shirt order form. Click on the T-shirt and it will allow you to make your color and size selections. REMEMBER: 2XL and 3XL will have an additional charge of $2.00. At the end of the process it will add your tax. If you prefer to have it shipped to your address it will add that charge as well. I pray this new way of ordering is more convenient. If you know of someone who doesn’t use a computer but would like to have a T-shirt, please offer to order for them.
ALL ORDERS MUST BE PLACED BY: AUGUST 31 ST , 2017.
You do have permission to send this link out of state to any of your friends and family. I know last year we had orders from Indiana, Tennessee, Georgia, and Florida! That was really exciting! My prayer is that there will be an outpouring of people wanting T-shirts to share with others about Our Father’s appointed feasts.
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 light of Scripture.
As if that were not enough, the Barking Fox, who has reblogged and commented on the series, has written a fantastic wrap-up that is at once exciting and challenging. I commend it to you as a must read and call you to prayerfully consider how this will alter your plans for the coming year!
Come, let us go up!!
The Jerusalem Debate – The End of the Matter
There is a children’s story about a Little Red Hen who worked diligently to feed her chicks and keep her house in order. One day she found some grain, which she decided to plant. She asked the other barnyard animals to help, but each of them refused for one reason or another. The same thing happened each time she asked for help in tending the plants, harvesting the wheat, taking it to the mill to grind into flour, and bake the flour into bread.
At the end of this lengthy process, as the Little Red Hen pulled the fresh bread hot from the oven, all of the animals came running to help her eat it. But before any of them could come near, she said, “Not one of you helped me plant the grain, nor tend it, nor harvest it; none of you helped me take it to the mill, and you did not help me bake it into bread. Why should I share the bread with you now? It is for my chicks and I, and we will eat it ourselves.” Whereupon she shut the door, leaving her neighbors to watch longingly as her family enjoyed the fruit of her labors.
This story contains a moral for Hebrews who are debating whether the commandment to go up to Jerusalem for the Feasts of YHVH applies to them. Quite simply, if we are to enjoy the benefits of a restored Temple of the Living God, and of the nation that will be restored around it, then we had best be doing all we can to help in the process now.
Having just returned from Jerusalem and celebrating my second feast in the Land, I can tell you that being there changes me. You may also understand from numerous travel posts concerning our most recent trip, being in Israel at the pilgrim feasts has a profound effect on Judah to see us in the Land.
Oddly, there are a number of objections given for why some people do not go up for the feasts. Following is an introduction to the subject written by Sue Wyatt with some forewords by the Barking Fox and then a series of short articles written by Bob Parham and hosted by Lamb’s Servant.
I HIGHLY recommend taking the time to think through and wrestle with this material. You will be challenged and, I think, changed! Buckle your seat belt….
There are still so many stories bubbling up from our recent trip to Israel. It was such an incredible trip that I am still processing the many events. Even our flight home was ‘off the chain…’
During our 21 days in the Land, we were blessed to have many close and personal encounters with Brother Judah. It is what we had prayed for, but the Father’s answers far exceeded our expectations. I prayed for more on the flight home knowing there would be many Orthodox on the plane.
With five of us traveling and the 777 having three seats across the center section, Kelly and I chose to sit in the center section and leave the boys in the three seats that were on the window side of the aisle. I selected the aisle seat for a little more leg room and put Kelly in the center. Initially a lady was trying to get situated in the seat to Kelly’s left. I helped her put away luggage, etc… Then, just before we pushed back from the concourse in Tel Aviv, an Orthodox gentleman in black hat and coat stepped up and through very broken English asked if Kelly and I could change places. At first, I was confused by his sudden appearance, then, understanding that he was related to the woman and did not want to rub elbows with Kelly, I quickly made the switch. I wanted to protect him.
Quietly, I thanked Abba for putting him next to me.
We settled in for a 12 hour flight and I Continue reading “Davening in the rear galley of a 777”
Those who have been with me over the last couple months are familiar with AoG Pastor Scott Hillman and his recent interview by the Tennessee state AoG Board.
Well, I do not have any details, but his wife emailed me to ask for prayer because the Board is having him reappear before them tomorrow, October 17, 2016. It is the first day of Sukkot and a High Sabbath, certainly a significant day for them to have an obedient teacher of God’s Word stand before them. May Abba give Scott grace and wisdom as well as compassionate boldness!
This morning while cruising a few blogs, I found Anne Elliott’s post for a new ebook, simply titled, The Biblical Feasts. (And, the printable cover.)
Having just yesterday reviewed the need to complete my page, How to: Messianic, this was a welcome find that I can add as a resource to that page. Upon reviewing it, I especially like the way it is layed out to draw the reader into interactive learning. Anne doesn’t tell you what to think or how to think. Rather, she simply lists and takes the reader/participant through Scripture so they can come to their own conclusion!
I LOVE it!! Simply, ‘What does Scripture say?’
The overwhelming conclusion one comes to is that the feasts are forever and are for everyone who claims the God of Abraham, Isaac and Israel. This is a great printable/shareable resource for anyone asking questions. Instead of answering all their questions, you can say, ‘Here. Study out what Scripture says with this nice little guided booklet.’
Enjoy and use this resource!!
Psalm 27:4-5 meditation. Part of series in preparation for Yom Kippur.
I hear it often and have said it myself, “If I just had ______________, I’d be happy.” Maybe it is a large sum of money. Maybe to be debt-free, or a particular model car. Maybe it is to be in better shape, or better looking. Maybe it is a spouse, or particular someone. Or, a title, position, business, etc… The list is endless. For each person, the perceived want/need is different.
The Psalmist asks for ONE thing, and it is Continue reading “If you could ask for ONE thing, what would it be?”
Here are multiple recent items that I have see that I want to share…
First, an email today from the authors of the Lost in Translation Series,
|Hi Everyone,Just a glance at the September 2015 calendar should send a few shivers down your spine:
Feast of Trumpets
Super Blood Moon
Many things are converging and climaxing in 2015 – too many for coincidence to be at play here. YHWH says the moon and the stars are for signs and mo’ed – appointments (Gen. 1:14), and He’s got His fingerprints all over these signs in 2015. In the history of the world there has NEVER BEEN a super blood moon on the Sukkot following a shemitah year (the sabbatical year which occurs every seven years).
What is a super blood moon? A blood moon is a total lunar eclipse. But the blood moon on Sept. 27, 2015 isn’t just any blood moon – it’s a super blood moon.
Continue reading “Blood moons, Paradigm-shifts and Prophesy…”