His desire has always been to tabernacle among us. From the journey through Egypt to the end of the age where we will dwell with Him face-to-face.
And from the beginning the enemy has come to lie, to make us doubt the voice of God, to separate us from God, even though God’s desire is to come closer.
This is the feast of “intimacy”, the wedding rehearsal where the Bridegroom calls the Bride to gather her oil.
This feast is the Greatest Feast, the culmination of everything, from Genesis to Revelation, from the Garden to the very End.
And this feast is here. I hope this new teaching blesses you.
Have an amazing Feast of Tabernacles!
Where’s the bride?
It’s Shavuot in 2018 (Pentecost) and an outpouring is needed today more than ever. Many are living in the gift of Truth given at the first Shavuot; or the Gift of Spirit given at the second.
But His bride will be equally yoked, and will walk in the power of the Spirit, with discernment of the Truth.
But are you His Bride? The trumpet is about to blow and it will be too late to be adorned for your Husband. Get ready! For He is coming!
The call of Jesus to radically follow Him is the same call of God in the Passover story. The story of Israel surrounded by a pagan nation worshipping animals amongst other gods, and God calling them to do the unthinkable: Kill lambs, and place the blood on the doorposts of their homes.
Today the story has been told enough times that we may deem it normal, but what if God called you to do the same thing today? Would you paint your home with Him, or be ashamed and hide in fear?
How do we as believers in Jesus celebrate the Passover? After thousands of years being divorced from the feasts of the Father, He is restoring us back to the Passover meal Jesus had with His disciples. Join PD and Christina in this short teaching on celebrating Passover.
Get a Haggadah to help with the seder: https://amzn.to/2HfJ04h
Why did God reveal the Truth to you? Was it for your own benefit, or maybe something more?
Something that most who come into Torah have struggled with, or is struggling with, is the danger of pride. Knowledge can certainly puff up, so lets audit ourselves by how we fellowship with others, and the love we do or do not walk out.
Once we receive a revelation, the enemy comes in for the kill, and without humility, we will certainly be consumed in our own leaven.
Many Christians around the world are refraining from Christmas this year – is Jesus really the “reason for the season”?