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Oct 1, 2016
Yom Truah: The Feast of Trumpets
In this week’s message, we learn about the appointed times of the Lord, in Hebrew called “ מועדים אדוני ” (moadim Adonai). And one of these appointed times is: The Feast of Trumpets. Even though no one knows the day or the hour of that appointed time, the Rapture, the Lord did appoint a time that we definitely should know about: it is the Sabbath. It is mentioned before all the other feasts; the time of rest. God wants us to rest in Him not just once a week but each day and for eternity. In Isaiah 66 it says “for just as the new heavens and the new earth which I make will endure before me, from Sabbath to Sabbath all mankind will come to bow down before Me”. If we do not rest in Him how might we enjoy any of the appointed times at all? And if we do not see how these appointed times point to the Messiah, how will be able to enter into His rest altogether? And the Lord never disappoints, does He? Let us get a taste of that millennial moment, that celebration of peace. Let us come and worship the One who has given us true Sabbath rest for there is no mystery here. Yeshua is Lord of the Shabbat and He has made the Sabbath for man. Let us dwell in His peace and in His rest. Be blessed as you listen in to the message on Yom Truah: The Feast of Trumpets with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon. Chag Sameach and shalom.

Yom Truah: The Feast of Trumpets

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    Yom Truah: The Feast of Trumpets
    In this week’s message, we learn about the appointed times of the Lord, in Hebrew called “ מועדים אדוני ” (moadim Adonai). And one of these appointed times is: The Feast of Trumpets. Even though no one knows the day or the hour of that appointed time, the Rapture, the Lord did appoint a time that we definitely should know about: it is the Sabbath. It is mentioned before all the other feasts; the time of rest. God wants us to rest in Him not just once a week but each day and for eternity. In Isaiah 66 it says “for just as the new heavens and the new earth which I make will endure before me, from Sabbath to Sabbath all mankind will come to bow down before Me”. If we do not rest in Him how might we enjoy any of the appointed times at all? And if we do not see how these appointed times point to the Messiah, how will be able to enter into His rest altogether? And the Lord never disappoints, does He? Let us get a taste of that millennial moment, that celebration of peace. Let us come and worship the One who has given us true Sabbath rest for there is no mystery here. Yeshua is Lord of the Shabbat and He has made the Sabbath for man. Let us dwell in His peace and in His rest. Be blessed as you listen in to the message on Yom Truah: The Feast of Trumpets with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon. Chag Sameach and shalom.

    Yom Truah: The Feast of Trumpets

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Oct 8, 2016
Yom Kippur: The Day of Atonement

Yom Kippur is a memorial for us. It reminds us that the battle against sin is ongoing and that battle is without end unless we meet the Messiah, unless we meet our azazel. We are like that goat sent out into the wilderness because that is what sin does, it causes us to wander off in the wilderness and there we meet with the azazel who gives us the strength to rise up from the despair and difficulties. With all our sins on us, the door of heaven would be closed were it not for Messiah who tears the veil and brings us out from the wilderness and to His holy hill. He brought Israel out of the wilderness and to His holy mountain, will He not do the same for us when we call and say O Lord arise for us, קוּמָה אֲדֹנָי (kumah Adonai).

Be blessed as you listen in to the message on Yom Kippur: The Day of Atonement with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon, shalom. 

Yom Kippur: The Day of Atonement
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    Yom Kippur is a memorial for us. It reminds us that the battle against sin is ongoing and that battle is without end unless we meet the Messiah, unless we meet our azazel. We are like that goat sent out into the wilderness because that is what sin does, it causes us to wander off in the wilderness and there we meet with the azazel who gives us the strength to rise up from the despair and difficulties. With all our sins on us, the door of heaven would be closed were it not for Messiah who tears the veil and brings us out from the wilderness and to His holy hill. He brought Israel out of the wilderness and to His holy mountain, will He not do the same for us when we call and say O Lord arise for us, קוּמָה אֲדֹנָי (kumah Adonai).

    Be blessed as you listen in to the message on Yom Kippur: The Day of Atonement with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon, shalom. 

    Yom Kippur: The Day of Atonement
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Oct 15, 2016
Sukkot: The Feast of Tabernacles
Sukkot: The Feast of Tabernacles
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Apr 15, 2017
The Feast of Passover
The Feast of Passover
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May 27, 2017
Shavuot – The Feast of Pentecost

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The Feast of Shavuot or Pentecost is a celebration of the birth of the congregation of God. It all began in Jerusalem with 13 Jews, Yeshua and His 12 disciples who embarked on the mission to spread the Word. So who were those touched 2,000 years ago? Ordinary people transformed to lead extraordinary lives; everyday people transformed into God’s courageous saints. They were fishermen, tax collectors, farmers, shopkeepers, housewives, shoemakers, innkeepers; all became empowered through the initial outpouring of the Spirit at Pentecost, during the Feast of Shavuot.
 
With a sound from heaven, like a rushing, swooshing wind, all who were gathered heard many languages and while all did not understand the different dialects spoken, they were nevertheless united in the power of the Spirit, in the Body of Messiah. Today it is the same. Although we may not understand every language, we communicate above all, through the power of love and this love is what sets the believers apart from the world. Believers are united as one in Messiah, bound by love, known by the way we care for one another. Let our compassion be known, for it is instituted by God. This is His desire for the congregation, because the congregation is His house. Here there is no difference between poor or rich, educated or not, working or unemployed. We all arrived on the same train, only this train has one Conductor, a Holy God, Who keeps us on track. It is through His Word that He prepares us for our final destination so we do know where we are going.
 
So to each of you, believers in the One who gave His life and sent His Spirit to permanently dwell in us, yom huledet and chag sameach, יום הולדת וחג שבועות שמח Happy Birthday, Happy Feast of Shavuot! Let us praise Him and worship Him, keeping His Word in our hearts so we may bless Him, proclaim His greatness and celebrate His ways.
 
Be blessed as you listen in to the message on The Feast of Shavuot/Pentecost with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon. Shalom
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    Shavuot – The Feast of Pentecost

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    The Feast of Shavuot or Pentecost is a celebration of the birth of the congregation of God. It all began in Jerusalem with 13 Jews, Yeshua and His 12 disciples who embarked on the mission to spread the Word. So who were those touched 2,000 years ago? Ordinary people transformed to lead extraordinary lives; everyday people transformed into God’s courageous saints. They were fishermen, tax collectors, farmers, shopkeepers, housewives, shoemakers, innkeepers; all became empowered through the initial outpouring of the Spirit at Pentecost, during the Feast of Shavuot.
     
    With a sound from heaven, like a rushing, swooshing wind, all who were gathered heard many languages and while all did not understand the different dialects spoken, they were nevertheless united in the power of the Spirit, in the Body of Messiah. Today it is the same. Although we may not understand every language, we communicate above all, through the power of love and this love is what sets the believers apart from the world. Believers are united as one in Messiah, bound by love, known by the way we care for one another. Let our compassion be known, for it is instituted by God. This is His desire for the congregation, because the congregation is His house. Here there is no difference between poor or rich, educated or not, working or unemployed. We all arrived on the same train, only this train has one Conductor, a Holy God, Who keeps us on track. It is through His Word that He prepares us for our final destination so we do know where we are going.
     
    So to each of you, believers in the One who gave His life and sent His Spirit to permanently dwell in us, yom huledet and chag sameach, יום הולדת וחג שבועות שמח Happy Birthday, Happy Feast of Shavuot! Let us praise Him and worship Him, keeping His Word in our hearts so we may bless Him, proclaim His greatness and celebrate His ways.
     
    Be blessed as you listen in to the message on The Feast of Shavuot/Pentecost with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon. Shalom