A Thought for Tu Bishvat

By: Netanel R. This week in Israel, we celebrate Tu Bishvat, a Jewish holiday that has its origins as the 4th of 4 new years that occur each year according to Jewish tradition—Tu Bishvat focuses … Read More

Sukkot: The Feast of Booths

Every year, at this time of the year, my family and I build a Sukkah (“booth”) on our patio. What is a Sukkah, you may ask? It is a small, boxy structure, built from either … Read More

Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement)

In this short article about Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement), I would like to share some thoughts about this special and important day. Yom Kippur is the most solemn day on the Hebrew calendar. … Read More

Yom Teru’ah: A Holy Convocation of Remembrance

M. Rosen The Lord’s appointed times, or mo’adim (מועדים), are unique commemorative gatherings that He gave to the children of Israel shortly after their exodus from Egypt.¹ Let’s review a few key points regarding the mo’adim … Read More

Pesach (Passover) — Part 2

This week, I would like to write about something slightly different from the above verses, as I believe it’s very relevant and deeply connected to the story of Israel’s redemption, which is also a foreshadowing … Read More

The 3rd Cup

Passover is finally here. During Passover, Israel is bustling with activity and liveliness. There are hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world, both Jewish and Christian, here to celebrate. Besides all the … Read More

Pesach (Passover)

This is such a clear foreshadowing of the work that our Messiah would do when He offered Himself as our Passover Lamb. His blood is the covering over anyone who chooses to accept His atonement. … Read More