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PostPosted: Thu Oct 06, 2011 6:20 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Yom Kippur
October   07,  2011   Friday
Syria warns Jordan, Turkey warns Cyprus, Israel, USA, Syria,
Syria threatens Israel, Israel warns Syria
Assad warns Jordan against holding a war game like Turkey and Israel

Israeli reservists suddenly called up
October 7, 2011    DEBKAfile Special Report
Troops moving on Israeli and Syria borders and the Jordanian armed forces prepared to follow suit to reinforce his Syrian border.
But Bashar Assad feared defending against Turkey and Israel was enough and threatened Jordan.
Assad cant be sure of the loyalty of his troops, and he is stretched thin and in deep trouble.  The Arab Spring may be fall for him.

Assad warned Jordan King Abdullah II that if the Hashemite Kingdom lines up with Turkey and Israel and
deploys extra troops on the Syrian border, Assad will attack Jordan.
I doubt he'd do it, but Abdullah foolishly succumbed to Assad.

9 days of Turkish war games occurring now on borders with northern Syria.
US warships deployed in the eastern Mediterranean against threats from Turkey and Syria.

Alert on highest level
Israel on highest alert ahead of Yom Kippur, fear of riots

Israeli forces reinforce northern border and Jerusalem for fear of riots on Temple Mount.  Riots are how Muslims pray.

Israel looks back on the 1973 Yom Kippur War

Yom Kippur fear of riots

Israeli warns against travel to Sinai
October   11,  2011   Israelis urged to leave the EGYPT Sinai Peninsula at once.
Israel should extended the travel advisory for Sukkot to cover the entire region of southern Israel
between Eilat up to the Nitzana border crossing between Israel and Egypt

Israel pretends Egypt is back to normal, but it is not.
Egypt refuses Israel natural gas from the Sinai pipeline which Egypt is under contract to supply.
Islamic terrorists control Sinai ready to strike across the border.
Bedouins sell intelligence to Islamic terrorists under Egypt's nose, passive Israeli close their eyes.
Bedouin militias from Northern Sinai began blocking the main highway to the Nitzana crossing terminal, cutting off the passage of Egypt-Israeli trucks carrying goods.
Nitzana  is right on the border with Egypt, SSE of the Gaza strip and SW of Jerusalem.  
Nitzana  is south of Rafah crossing, halfway to Eilat at the southern tip of Israel.
See map links.

Coptics protest the failure of Egypt to protect their churches, 24 were killed and more than 200 injured.
Copts were attacked by Muslim mobs, but Egypt troops turned their guns on the Copts and drove tanks against them, not the guilty.

The damned Muslim terrorists want to ruin each of the Jews holy days
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2012 8:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I posted in CHAPEL on this

One person regards one day above another, another regards every day alike.
Romans 14:5

Saturday is the Sabbath.  The word sabbath means 7.  Sunday is the Lord's Day, not the sabbath.
Jesus Christ rose from the dead on the FIRST day of the week, and that is when the New Testament church celebrated His resurrection.
I have attended worship services on Friday evening, Saturday morning, Saturday evening and of course Sunday.
Now I mostly worship the Lord in my home, in Spirit and in Truth, listening to Christian music, talking to Him.  He is my best Friend.

Jesus arose from Death and the grave early on the first day of the week.
The Resurrection occurred early on the first day of the week, Sunday, while it was still dark.
John 20,  Mark 16

Jesus said The Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath.
Mark 2:27

Let no one judge (condemn) you in regard to food or drink or a Sabbath day.
Colossians 2:16

Jesus Christ arose on the third day

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2012 5:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Israel on alert for Palestinian riots
September 14, 2012  Friday, the Eve of Rosh HaShannah, GODs New Year.
Hamas is part of the Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo and both plan terrorism Friday.
Israel has posted additional security in the West Bank, opposite Gaza and among Israeli Arab communities following
information received that they are preparing to stage big anti-American protests Friday.
Israeli Arab jihadists rioted outside the US embassy in Tel Aviv Thursday.

Black Islamic jihad - WAR - flags hang above the US embassy in Cairo
Carefully planned, orchestrated Muslim riots are spreading through Libya, Egypt, Yemen, Tunisia, Sudan, Iran, Iraq, Morocco and Bangladesh.
Egypt MB Morsi has been invited to the White House, but Obama rejected Israeli PM Netanyahu.

The anti-US ferment in Arab capitals may just be starting.
It is.  The Battle for Jerusalem has begun.
Israel prepares to celebrate GODs New Year.
Happy New Year, GOD!

The Jewish High Holy Days 2012
Rosh Hashanah   September 16-18
Yom Kippur   September 25-26
Sukkot    October 1-2, 2012
Hanukkah   December 9-16, 2012

Autumn is a spiritual time of the year for Jews. Elul, a month of introspection, repentance, reconciliation, leads to Rosh HaShana, the Jewish New Year,
and Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement. Sukkot is a pilgrimage and harvest festival during which Jews remember the exodus from Egypt.
On Simchat Torah, Jews celebrate their love of Torah with joyful singing and dancing.

Rosh Hashanah praise and worship celebration
Paul Wilbur, dancers, song, ark of the covenant
Its an hour, but watch it!  You can stop it periodicly and then continue

Very Happy
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2012 9:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fall Feast of the LORD
Sukkot, Remembering Redemption from Egypt

How happy are we Christians to be free of the slavery of sin!  Christ is our Sukka!
We live in Him daily all year - and He in us!

ALL who live in Israel are to live in a sukka, booths, so that the future generations would remember how the Lord brought them out of Egypt,
hence the feast is also known biblically as the Feast of Booths.  For 40 years the Israelites lived in tents coming out of Egypt.
Sukkot is known as the feast of water pouring, and the season of our joy.
The pouring of water is symbolic of the Holy Spirit poured out.
You can imagine how happy the Israelites were to get free of slavery in Egypt!

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 3:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Palm Sunday falls on March 24, 2013.
Easter falls on March 31, 2013.
Passover March 25-April 2, 2013

Obama to arrive in Jerusalem Israel on March 20th, 2013, 6 days before Passover
Yeshua, Jesus Christ came to Bethany, 2 miles from Jerusalem, 6 days before Passover.  John 12:1
New Satanic pope is also coming - the antichrist beast.

Barak Obama is going to Israel during Passover which christians wrongly and blasphemously call easter.
If that wicked Obama rides a donkey into Jerusalem, I will SCREAM!

Obama is head of the demoncrat party which has a donkey as its symbol, therefore Obama will enter Jerusalem riding a donkey just like Jesus.
If obama enters Jerusalem a week before Passover when Christ died, and rides on a donkey, and is fake assassinated . . . . .

And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week.  Daniel 9:27

The Illuminati is real, and it's everywhere

Christ in the Passover
Christ in the Passover shows the link between the ancient Festival of Redemption and Christ as the Lamb of God.
This demonstration is visual, a table set with traditional Passover items.  Walk through a Jewish Passover seder,
weaving the story of the Exodus together with the life, death and resurrection of Christ.
They put 3 matza in a 3 tier holder, then wrap the middle one, the afi komen, and hide it.
Represents Christ in the tomb.  Children go find it.  Good video

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 28, 2013 6:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Chag Sameach!  Simchat Torah!
Sept. 26, 2013
The 8 day festival that consists of Sukkot and Simchat Torah will end Thursday night, bringing an end to the month long holiday season and starting the regular year.
Israel puts off whatever it can from Rosh Hashanah until the day after Simchat Torah.
This day is celebrated by prayers for salvation in which the congregation marches around the Torah in the center of the synagogue 7 times holding the lulav (4 tree branches) and then slams 5 willow branches on the floor to symbolize the destruction of our sins and Israels enemies.
The Torah are the Five Books of Moses, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.
Let us not, Jew and Gentile, forget to observe God's laws.

Israel celebrates gift of God's Word
Sept. 28, 2013
 From Eilat in the south to Kiryat Shemona in the north, Israelis marked Simchat Torah, the annual rejoicing in the giving of Gods Word to their ancestors.
The festival brings to a conclusion the biblical High Holy Days that began with Rosh Hashanah and ran through Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles.
It is fitting that the High Holy Days end in a day of rejoicing over the Torah, the cornerstone of Gods Word. In the 5 Books of Moses,
God revealed His will and determination for the nation of Israel.

This special day is celebrated with parades in which Torah scrolls are lifted up and read aloud for all to hear.
The highlight of the Simchat Torah service is the reading of the final annual Torah portion,
and a return to the very first chapter of Genesis to start the whole Bible-reading cycle over again.

Simchat Torah is also celebrated by Messianic and Christian congregations across Israel,
though with a slightly different tone, for we also rejoice in the fact that Yeshua the Messiah has fulfilled the Torah.
Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets.
I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them.  Matthew 5:17

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 08, 2014 5:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jewish Fall Holy Days
Sept 8, 2014  
Hamas planned a MAJOR attack on Israel late Sept or October.
They planned to exit tunnels enmasse on motorcycles wearing IDF uniforms.
I suspect this is still their plan.
Likely to fire missiles from both Gaza and Sinai simultaneously, then roar out of tunnels.  GOD save the Jews.

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, falls on September 24 (at sundown) to 26th.
This is the day called - no one knows the day or hour, as it goes by sighting of the moon.

Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, falls on October 3.  
This is the holiest day of the year and the day Syria attacked Israel and Israel won the Golan Heights.

Hanukkah * The Festival of Lights

Israels wars

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 03, 2015 4:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rosh Ha Shannah
Beginning God's New Year

September 14, 2015  *   Tishri 1, 5776
The more common Biblical name is Feast of Trumpets.  Leviticus 23:23-25

The Hebrew word Rosh means “head” or “Beginning” Ha means “the” and Shannah means “year.”
Ezekiel 40:1 says in the beginning of the year - in the Hebrew it says Rosh Ha Shannah.

This is for those who would like to observe God’s Holidays.
This has absolutely nothing to do with the Law; this has everything to do with the Holidays God has given us to be observed.  Rosh Hashannah is the Spiritual New Year (considered the Jewish New Year) and it is the beginning of the 10 days called High Holy Days, Days of Awe, Days of Repentance, Days of Returning - which end with the Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur.

It’s interesting living in Israel during these ten days of repentance, everyone you know will most likely call you and make sure everything is all right with you and them. They will ask you to forgive them for anything they may have done during the year that may have offended you. There seems to be more nice people in Israel during these ten days.

Traditional Jewish Observance

In the Synagogue the Shofar (trumpet) is blown daily to be sure that everyone knows that the time of Judgement is near. Most of the orthodox will take a water immersion called in Hebrew (tevilah mikveh) better known to you as baptism. It means that one has cleansed his ways. Or been separated unto a Priestly Ministry. This is what John the Baptist was calling the Jews to do, but with a Messianic meaning.
Because of the meaning of repentance this day takes on a somber character, but with a hint of hope of God’s forgiveness there is room for a festive meal.

It is a time to test the first fruits of the new harvest. Find a fruit that gets ripe in your region and do not eat any until this meal. Make it an occasion for the family, they will enjoy it much more than if they have eaten it earlier. Make the meal even more interesting by blowing a shofar, or trumpet, you don’t have to be a professional to do this. In the Synagogue there are four different notes blown, tekia (blast) shevarim (broken notes), teruah (alarm) and tekia gedolah (the big blast). In Biblical times the Shofar was blown to Hail the King, on this day it’s said that all Israel is said to be before the King in anticipation of personal judgement.
Read more on link.  Its a beautiful, holy and meaningful time.

Hanukkah * The Festival of Lights
(near nativity, christmastime)

The Passover, Crucifixion (wrongly and blasphemously called easter)
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Sukkot, Feast of booths
Begins at sunset Sunday, September 27 and ends nightfall of Sunday, October 4, 2015.  
During this week, Jews live in a sukka (booth) as a remembrance of when God brought them out of  Egypt / captivity.
Jesus the Christ celebrated Sukkot ( John 7 ) in the fall, and Hanukkah in the winter, around our Christmas.

Hanukkah, Feast of the Dedication - John 10:22
t was now winter, and Jesus was in Jerusalem at the time of Hanukkah, the Festival of Dedication.

Sukkot, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur

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