Skip to comments.JESUS IS CHRISTMAS
Posted on 12/11/2009 7:19:49 PM PST by freedomyes
As I left the building I felt sorry for the young lady. She was there the entire evening, had sung in the choir, but had missed the wonder of Christmas. She had not seen Jesus. All she had noticed was a defective flashlight.
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Unfortunately, government is the antithesis of that message.
so sadly true.
pray that God will oversee the righteous remnant with hope and grace during this difficult national trial.
marxist muslim obama is not what america needs. mob hysteriacs put him in the oval office.
hubris goes before a fall.
God can take him out.
What has Ancient Babylon, Isis, Gilgamesh, and Pope Julius 1 have to do with Jesus?
Chanukah is a great time for followers of the Jewish Messiah to celebrate. Sukkot as the date is supported by Elizabeth's Zacharias served as a high priest and John would have been born on Pesach. Factor in when Miriam visited her cousin Elizabeth, John (1:14) tells us that Yah'shua was made flesh The word "dwelt" in the Koine Greek is: Eight days after the beginning of Sukkot is Eight days after a Jewish male is born he is circumcised. After the Eighth day comes the the most Joyous day: Nine months back from Sukkot is Chanukah
The eight day Feast of Chanukah echoes of the eight days of the Feast of Tabernacles
It was most likely when the "light of the world"
(John 8:12) entered human form and tabernacled among us.
Feast of Tabernacles is the birth day of Yah'shua.
This question is answered when you believe and trust
the Holy Word of Elohim in Luke 1.
Yah'shua's birth on Sukkot shalom b'SHEM Yah'shua HaMashiach
(Sukkot is the Feast of Tabernacles or booths,
where we live in temporary shelters.
Sukkot is when YHvH took on a temporary
garment to be with His People
and to die as the Lamb of G-d on Pesach
in order to bring salvation to all
who would call on His Name:
(Romans 10:13 & Joel 2:32)
Yah'shua ( YHvH is become my salvation)).
Ps. 18:2, 46; 27:1; 35:9; 38:22; 88:1;
118:14; 119:174; 140:7; Isa. 12:2; 56:1;
61:10; Mic. 7:7; Hab. 3:18
pregnancy of John the Immerser.
The time sequence is outlined by the
Holy Word of Elohim in Luke 1 with Zacharias.
based on his tribe, we know when he served
(1 Chronicles 24:7-18) and when he was
struck dumb and when John was conceived.
Most Jews believed that Elijah
would come at Pesach to announce
the coming of the Messiah (Malachi 4:5).
Elizabeth was six months pregnant (Luke 1:26)
Thus the timing of Yah'shua's birth can be ascertained.
and tabernacled among us.
σκηνόω Strong's G4637 - skēnoō
1) to fix one's tabernacle,
have one's tabernacle,
abide (or live) in a tabernacle (or tent),
2) to dwell
another Holy Feast Day called Shemini Atzeret.
Simchat Torah or
the rejoicing in the Torah (The Word of Elohim).
where the light entered the temple.
Sukkot as the date is supported by Elizabeth's
Zacharias served as a high priest and
John would have been born on Pesach.
Factor in when Miriam visited her cousin Elizabeth,
John (1:14) tells us that Yah'shua was made flesh
The word "dwelt" in the Koine Greek is:
Eight days after the beginning of Sukkot is
Eight days after a Jewish male is born he is circumcised.
After the Eighth day comes the the most Joyous day:
Nine months back from Sukkot is Chanukah
CHRISTIANS, HANUKKAH IS FOR YOU, TOO