Chapter 3:

Chag Sukkot – The Feast of Tabernacles

Chag Sukkot: the Feast of Tabernacles explains how the Pilgrimage Feast of Tabernacles symbolized the consummation and the week-long wedding feast in the ancient Hebrew wedding. And it also shows many prophetic fulfillments of this feast, both in the past, and in the future, and also right now (today). (Warning: this study is only for those who want to be taken as Yeshua’s Proverbs 31 bride!)

Video 3:

Chag Sukkot – the Feast of Tabernacles

Chag Sukkot: the Feast of Tabernacles explains how the Pilgrimage Feast of Tabernacles symbolized the consummation and the week-long wedding feast in the ancient Hebrew wedding. And it also shows many prophetic fulfillments of this feast, both in the past, and in the future, and also right now (today). (Warning: this video is only for those who want to be taken as Yeshua’s Proverbs 31 bride!)

Video 1:

Establishing the Head of the Year (on the Hebrew Calendar)

In this 7-part Video Series, we explain how Scripture says to establish the head of the year. The key is to offer the very first available sheaf of aviv (medium dough) barley on the day of the Wave Sheaf Offering, 15-21 days after the first crescent sliver of the new moon is seen from the land of Israel. We should NOT take this sheaf of firstfruits from the main harvest! (Because the main harvest is NOT the firstfruits!)

Chapter 10:

How Long is a Hebrew Day?

Genesis 1 tells us that a day is made up of both an evening (nighttime) portion, and a morning (“daylight”) portion. For example: B’reisheet (Genesis) 1:31b 31b So the evening and the morning were the sixth day. Leviticus 23:32 also tells us that the Day of Atonement lasts from one evening to the next. This […]

Chapter 2:

About Calendrical Drift

Before we launch into our study about the calendar the Torah tells us to keep, first we should take a look at history, and see how it was that the children of Israel drifted away from the Torah Calendar. Hopefully this will help us to understand how error can creep in, so that we can […]

Chapter 1:

Why the Torah Calendar?

The Jews have an ancient saying—that whoever’s calendar a man keeps, that is who he worships. If we will reflect on this saying for a little while, we should be able to see that it is true. In Scripture, a master tells his servant what to do. By the same, whoever a man willingly chooses […]

Chapter 6:

The Passover & Unleavened Bread

The first of Israel’s seven annual festivals is a one-day festival, the Passover. It is followed immediately by the second of Israel’s festivals, the Feast of Unleavened Bread. Since the Feast of Unleavened Bread begins the very next day, these two festivals are often thought of as one long eight-day festival (and even Yahweh refers […]

Chapter 3:

The Sabbath (Shabbat)

The Fourth Commandment is the command to keep the Sabbath. The Sabbath was one of the Ten Commands that Yahweh inscribed in stone. Shemote (Exodus) 20:8-11 8 “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it set apart. 9 Six days you shall labor and do all your work, 10 but the seventh day is the Sabbath […]

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