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Conclusion & Significance "Should we keep the Feasts of God?" Without being rude, I would ask that you just read that question and meditate on it in deep thought and through spiritual eyes. I believe the question is rhetorical. It saddens me to see the ignoring and tossing away of the holy Feasts of God for whatever reason one might come up with. Keeping of the Feasts in less of a "legalistic" or Torah-observant thing and more of simply a Godly thing. Many jump on this and bring up "old covenant" and "Hebrew Roots" but I don't see it about being that. It is our heritage whether you seek your "Hebrew roots" or simply walk a Christian life in general. The Feasts are God's and that is enough on how we should deem them. The Feasts are indeed shadows of things to come, or were, yet still are of things to come. They are beautiful and have so much countless revelation in them that the fact they are ignored or seen as some type of bondage is quite sad. People do not like rules, and that is a main issue that goes to the heart. However, Feasts should not be a "do I have to keep them" thing. As I said in beginning this portion; if somebody asks me "do I have to keep the Feasts" I say no because they will only go into them in a sense of legalism rather than joy. It's like reading your Bible (quite literally almost) because you "have to." The church has developed a very "minimalist" mindset towards things. It is a "well, if I don't do this will I not go to heaven?" This shows error and rebellion in our hearts. Instead of "oh, this is Gods? Well, I want to keep it! I believe this extends to all of Torah. It's not about getting to heaven or not- that is only* through faith in Yeshua my friend. The rest is obedience and zealousness in love and curiosity of Him. The Feasts are memorials and celebrations of Him. The Feasts are the Gospel! The Gospel is not just Yeshua on the Cross. No- it is Yeshua saving us. Passover, He died for our sins, and is the Blood by Which the Wrath of God passes over us. Unleavened, He was buried in place of us and is the Power for us to remove our leaven. Firstfruits, He was raised from the dead and conquered death on our behalf, which ⬇️
Cause her Feasts to cease ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ "I will also cause all her mirth to cease, her feast days, her new moons, and her sabbaths, and all her solemn feasts." Hosea 2:11 Although this verse is rarely, if at all really, brought up in an antinomian's charge against Feasts, I decided to go over it shortly. I do not mean to be rude but I can also see it as a "last resort" verse after the previous ones have been debunked and I would rather avoid that happening, as I attempt to do in this study as a whole. First, is the obvious context of this verse. This is pertaining to the idolatry and complete rebellion against God the northern tribes were doing. This is what God was speaking of and was speaking of His Judgment against them. This was shortly before the capturing of the ten tribes by the Assyrians. This verse, and the prophesy, was fulfilled around 700 B.C. It has nothing to do with the Feasts being done forever, even if one alludes some type of reference to Israel and therefore all grafted in believers, or natural branches. An interesting note is that in this verse God keeps saying "hers," referring to Israel. Is it possible this is referring to Israel's own ceremonial law they instituted? God always speaks of His Feasts as "Yahweh's Feasts" or the Shabbat as "Shabbat of Yahweh," and along those lines. It is quite possible these are actually an "extension" or "addition" to God's Appointed Times. The reason this becomes curious is because He says "her mirth to cease," which was something they did. He then says "her feast days" which is חג, chag, meaning festival, but separate from "her solemn feasts" which is moed, the word used for God's seven Feasts. It is possible these are two different sets of feasts and God is focusing in on the Israelites' traditions. However, that is besides the point- I just find it to be interesting. Especially since, as we went over, Jeroboam created his own festival, chag. So, we know the context is not of a future "abrogation" of the Feasts or Shabbat or new moons, but of a to-be-fulfilled-shortly ceasing because of the Assyrian invasion. That is undeniable in what this is referring to. Without a question. ⬇️
Your Feasts My Soul hateth ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ "I hate, I despise your Feast days, and I will not smell in your solemn assemblies." Amos 5:21 "Your new moons and your appointed Feasts My Soul hateth: they are a trouble unto Me; I am weary to bear (them)." Isaiah 1:14 I do not quite understand how these verses have been used by antinomians to "fight" against the Feasts. The first bit of logic is how has God hated what He has created and takes part of Himself? If the Feasts are Gods and divinely appointed, being the Salvation Message, how has He hated them? Furthermore, if He hates them (or began to) in Amos and Isrsel, why did Yeshua then partake in them and fulfill the Gospel and Sacrifice according to the Feasts, as well as intends to finish the rest of the Feasts in coming times? Even more, if He hates the Feasts, of the Jews, why would Yeshua have even kept the Feast of Dedication (Hannukkah) in John 10? This would not make much sense. Most antinomians, however, do not use these verses as solid backup for their claims but really as a "driving point" accompanying other verses they have twisted. So, let us remove this misunderstanding. The first verse we find is Amos 5:21. A little backdrop is necessary. Here God is speaking to the House of Israel- specifically the 10 northern tribes. We must remember that when the Kingdom split Jeroboam ordained his own Feast "like unto the Feast that is in Judah." We could imagine this was a "different" Tabernacles because Tabernacles is to be celebrated on the 15th day of the seventh month, and Jeroboam's was on the eighth month. He instituted this which "he devised of his own heart," ordaining it and sacrificing upon it. 1 Kings 12:32-33 Needless to say, God did not approve of this. Jeroboam was transgressing Torah by making his own Feasts, kind of like how Christendom has done nowadays. Thrown out the true Feasts and instituted our own. Though we may offer sacrifices and label it as Godly, "righteously" change dates and essences to "differ from the Jews" we still change the dates and envelop Feasts "devised of our own hearts." I am sure God is still not too thrilled about it. It is possible here that, instead of simply ⬇️
Galatians 4:9-11: Days, Months, Times & Years ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ "But now, after that ye have known God, or rather are known of God, how turn ye again to the weak and beggarly elements, whereunto ye desire again to be in bondage? Ye observe days, and months, and times, and years." Galatians 4:9-11 This is another crucial verse antinomians hold onto to not only say Feasts are not (or do not have to) to be celebrated, but go so far as to associate them with these "weak and beggarly elements." I would like to start off by saying it is truly upsetting that people would take the Feasts of Yahweh, the Salvation Message, and bring them down to such a degrading level of "weak and beggarly elements." It is truly repulsive. That compares them to something earthly, yet God divinely gave them to us and they are His, so in a literal sense, they are spiritual. Again, I mean no offense, but I cannot respect one who can disrespect the very Feasts God keeps in such a way. Before I continue, let us remember that almost every single antinomian's claim against Torah and Feasts is based upon interpretation. The outcome can change completely if somebody simply interprets, in the same logic, the Scripture at hand differently. There is never any real solidarity to their claims- simply interpretation with a load of inferences and self proclaimed "coverings" one must know beforehand to "properly understand the Scripture." This is, ironically, one of the best examples of this. Let's jump right into it. How do antinomians come to this conclusion? Is there any evidence to this being the Feasts? There are two things they mostly draw that from: the word bondage, and "days, months, times, and years." Since the idea of Feasts being bondage, this immediately takes predominance and "molds" their interpretation. However, is there any evidence to confirm this belief beforehand in this chapter? No, not one. I will entertain their approach, though, for clarity. In the beginning of this chapter we are coming from the "schoolmaster" of chapter three and go into chapter four: "Now I say, (That) the heir, as long as he is a child, differeth nothing from a servant, though he be lord of all; But is ⬇️
Romans 14: Esteemeth the Day ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ "One man esteemeth one day above another: another esteemeth every day (alike): Let every man be fully persuaded in his own mind. He that regardeth the day, regardeth (it) unto Yahweh, and he that regardeth not the day, to Yahweh he doth not regard (it). He that eateth, eateth to Yahweh, for he giveth God thanks; and he that eateth not, to Yahweh he eateth not, and giveth God thanks." Romans 14:5-6 This is another cornerstone verse on the antinomian side that opposes the keeping of the Feasts and brings it to a "conscience issue," and therefore not binding or even beneficial, to some, for a believer. Ironically this is true with the entire chapter of Romans 14 but is not what this is saying. Yet again, when we are studying Scripture and especially when we are forming doctrines out of certain verses (mostly weak and minimal Scripturally-provided doctrines such as this) we must pay very close attention to the context surrounding the verses. I go over this entire chapter in depth in the Dietary Laws portion, but for now we will do a quick summary. First, however, I want to go over the "conscience" issue. I do not understand how one comes to the Feasts being a matter of conscience or choice. The Feasts were never based on the grounds of us but made by God, and set apart by Him. Our consciences or choices do not "make or break" something. Many people use these verses to justify a keeping of pagan holidays (i.e. Christmas, Easter, Halloween, etc.) as coming down to a conscience or "Christian liberty" issue, but that really doesn't make any sense. Because we feel okay doing something, or not doing something, based on our own minds (sinful, at that) does not make it okay. We do not use liberty as an occasion for flesh (Gal. 5:13), which partaking in these godless things are. That is not what Christian liberty is, we miss the actual meat of that by using it to, quite frankly, justify some type of disobedience and disregard for God's Commandments. If keeping of the Feasts or not was a simple conscience issue and therefore dependent upon the hearts of men to validate them, we have two issues. The first, ⬇️
Colossians 2:16-17 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ "Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holyday, or of the new moon, or of the sabbath (days): Which are a shadow of things to come; but the Body (is) of Messiah." Colossians 2:16-17 I said in a previous post how we will go over these verses in their entirety to explain them to understand them, in the face of adversity and interpretation by antinomians. This verse is, as I mentioned, the cornerstone verse of the dismissal of Feasts, as shadows, and letting nobody judge you in "keeping them." Though we have already shown how believers have kept the Feasts thus far, including the author here (Paul), and that we will be keeping Tabernacles in the future, I believe it's clear that the amount of proof needed for anything is seemingly substantially unnecessary but, due to men, completely necessary. There are multiple ways to approach this Scripture, with much background information needed. Due to this, this post may be of some length. First, let us go into the overview of this chapter. Paul is writing this epistle to the Colossians, a Gentile dwelling place. During this time, and in this area, a lot is going on especially since in verses 1-5 Paul shows how he was and is not there in person, but is writing to them absent, though "with you in the Spirit." In verse 4 we read "And this I say, lest any man should beguile you with enticing words," and in verses 6-7 "As ye have therefore received Messiah Yeshua the Lord, so walk ye in Him: Rooted and built up in Him, and stablished in the faith, as ye have been taught, abounding therein with thanksgiving." Paul is setting up a discourse and telling the Colossians to be firm in Yeshua Whom they have now received. We go over verses 9-15 in another post regarding Colossians 2:14, so we will skip from 9 to 16. Paul begins part of this discourse in verse 8, however: "Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Messiah." Paul is admonishing the Colossians to not be deceived by philosophy and deceit, either by the Jews or Gentiles which both had a great deal ⬇️
Zechariah 14's Tabernacles ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ "And it shall come to pass, that every one that is left of all the nations which came against Jerusalem shall even go up from year to year to worship the King, Yahweh of Hosts, and to keep the Feast of Tabernacles." Zechariah 14:16 I have heard many things about this verse, yet still so many ignore it. Let us jump right in. The context of Zechariah is end times mostly, prophesy, and now the specific context of Zechariah 14 is the Day of Yahweh, the last day where His Wrath is poured out, Yeshua returns, and we enter into the Millennial Reign of Yeshua. This verse is now letting us that every year people will go up to Jerusalem during the Millennium and worship God, keeping the Feast of Tabernacles. Wow! Here is Scripture saying that in the future we will keep Tabernacles- everybody will! Are the Feasts done away with now but then, after Yeshua comes back, are they back? That would make no sense. This is the cornerstone verse for the Feasts in our lives as believers. This is proof that we should be keeping the Feasts. However, antinomians will fight this as not true. I have heard the one argument that this is the spiritual keeping of Tabernacles; the Substance, so all of this is a spiritual allegory. They're not actually, physically keeping the Feast but symbolically are since, as some believe, the Millennial Reign is the substance of the Tabernacles shadow. I do not mean to be rude, but take a look at this verse. Please tell me how in any logical way this is an allegory, or metaphor for keeping Tabernacles in a non literal way. That's simply ridiculous. This is what happens when we strive against the Word of God. We must use eisegesis and instead of taking the Word as how it is we invent some type of mist around the verses to cloud the meaning and let our's somehow take shape. If this must be done to one piece of the puzzle it begins debunking and destroying the entire puzzle the doctrine is made of. If we must destroy this verse as such, to justify the idea of Feasts being done away with, would that not extend to every other verse's interpretation antinomians hold? I believe so. This is what cornerstone ⬇️
The Corinthian's Passover & Unleavened ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ "Purge out the old leaven, that ye may be a new lump, as ye are unleavened. For even Messiah our Passover is sacrificed for us: Therefore let us keep the Feast, not with old leaven, neither with the leaven of malice and wickedness; but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and Truth." 1 Corinthians 5:7-8 Another cornerstone verse in Torah surrounding the Feasts. This Scripture is quite difficult to understand because people have injected countless inferences about it. Here, we have Paul speaking to the Gentile Corinthians and telling them to purge out the leaven (in the context and meaning of sin- as leaven symbolizes sin) and that Messiah is our Passover. He then tells them to keep the Feast of Unleavened Bread. There is not much that we know about this mention because we do not know the time, the real absolute true intention within the intention, or enough concrete evidence to come to any undeniable conclusion. Antinomians think they have it, no proof. Pronomians think they have it, no proof. Legalists always think they have it, but still no proof either. So, the only way is to present ideas about this to better understand it as much as possible. First, let us understand that Paul is speaking to Gentiles. Corinth, being possibly the "most Gentile" and sinful church in the epistles, obviously would not have known about Passover or Unleavened and even more actually kept it. There is possibility that they knew about it, but Paul is speaking to them in the sense of established familiarity with these Feasts. If they had not known prior (being relatively separated from Israel and the typical Jew of that time never thinking to convey the Feasts or witness to them) this would mean that in some way, shape, or form they were taught it. We have either a lone ranger Christian who preaches Feasts sharing with them, "Judaizing" believers doing so, or Paul himself teaching them about the Feasts. There are numerous options but one has to be true. Since we can see that Paul was keeping the Feasts it is very likely that he was teaching them, as well, especially in His apologetics from the Law and prophets. ⬇️
Feasts in the New Testament ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ As we discussed in the previous post there is no mention of the Feasts having been done away with in the New Testament. For such a tremendous change it would seem that Yeshua would have clearly mentioned this change to occur, rather than it be some spiritual, only-by-revelation change kind of dismissed altogether. As we read in Amos, God warns us of any changes by His Prophets. Since Yeshua was much more than a Prophet, would it not be addressed to Him and therefore He tell His apostles? Maybe even in a proverb? Not so. The absence of this even being addressed shows a big problem with the idea of them being done away with or of no importance in the Christian's walk. The New Testament certainly does not even hint at Feasts being done away with. It does, however, mention Feasts. As peculiar as it would be they are mentioned in a nonchalant way of them simply being the norm and to be expected of believers. It hints at it as a normal activity and even in a religious or spiritual view, rather than that of missing the mark as Pharisees did. The focus is always as simply something to be partaken in without real question to obligation or not following Yeshua's Death and Resurrection. Ironically as both sides in present day argue about the Feasts it seems the early church would have looked at us in a confused countenance like "what do you mean 'should we keep the Feasts or not?'" The first mention, or course, is Pentecost. We see the apostles gathering for this day in Acts 2 and the Holy Spirit fell upon them. It is interesting that the apostles were celebrating this "Jewish Feast Day" 50 days after Yeshua had been crucified. This is after His Ascension and His being in heaven. If the Feasts were to be done away with, wouldn't Yeshua have said something before He ascended? Let us look at this from an observant view. Yeshua had died and risen. The New Covenant had come and His Blood poured out. According to antinomians, the Law has already been "nailed to the Cross." Why, then, are the apostles and believers naturally celebrating and partaking in this "Jewish" Feast of Pentecost? ⬇️
Shadows & Exchanges ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ "Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holyday, or of the new moon, or of the sabbath days: Which are a shadow of things to come, but the body is of Messiah." Colossians 2:16-17 This is a cornerstone verse in the Torah versus no Torah discussion. Though we go over this verse specifically in an upcoming post in this Feast series, I find it necessary to make a few points beforehand. This verse is where antinomians receive and use the claim that the Feasts (and new moons and Shabbat- and eve meat and drink) are simply shadows yet "the Substance is Messiah." Although "substance" is not found in any translation of this, the idea (maybe not the intent behind the idea) is quite true. This use of shadows versus Substance somehow abrogates the Feasts and replaces it with just focusing on Yeshua. As if they are separate. Ironically, the point of the Feasts is Yeshua. And they are shadows (foreshadows of Yeshua), however there are some problems with antinomian's claims. I believe the biggest problem is that antinomians dismiss these Feast Days as simple shadows and "do away with them," just as Noah's sons did in Jubilees 6. I do not understand how someone comes to this logical conclusion on how to handle God's Feasts as such, but I see it is clearly because of misinterpreting or better yet misunderstanding this verse, so we will clear that up in this Feast series. Just because the Feasts are shadows does not mean we do away with them. If anything, we are reminded every time we partake in them of the Substance they foreshadow and grow closer in revelation and heart and mind to Him. The Feasts already had been fulfilled in their Pre-Messianic stages, though the Israelites still practiced them. That was not the Substance, but in the same spirit, we too should practice them in their Post-Messianic stage, as a remembrance. As I said before, we were to keep Passover not only as a shadow of Messiah but a remembrance, a memorial of Exodus. Why not as remembrance, a memorial of Calvary? This does not seem fitting to me in logic or righteous zeal of the Things and Way of God. However, this dismissal ⬇️
Were the Feasts part of Torah? ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ I titled this as such because of an objection to the Feasts. By all means, the Feasts were part, and are, of Torah but are they limited to the confines of Torah? Many antinomians declare that, since the Feasts were given as part of Torah at Mt. Sinai that they are part of "the old covenant," and therefore "done away with" after Calvary. However, this is not consistent with Scripture. The aim of this post is to show that. Now, while the Feasts were given in the overall Sinai experience we see that they actually were not commanded until Leviticus 23, which is after the Tabernacle was built which is when God would convey further mitzvot (commandments) to Moses (Ex. 33:9-10, Leviticus 1-). However, that is not the first mention of the Feasts. The Leviticus commands are a recap of the Feasts and then an addition of Firstfuits, Shavuot (Pentecost), Teruah (Trumpets), Kippur (Atonement), and Sukkot (Tabernacles). We read in Exodus 12 that Passover and Unleavened Bread was already commanded to the Israelites and was said to be kept forever. This undoubtedly predates the giving of Torah. And, since Torah happened on Shavuot (Pentecost), this too was established whether the Israelites knew it or not. Therefore, Passover and Unleavened Bread predates Torah not only as a Commandment but as an established Feast in the Eyes of God. There is an interesting revelation regarding Feasts, however. In Genesis 1 we read the Creation Account. Yet, everything had it's purposes. In verse 14 we read "And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night (this is to conclude the purpose with day versus night); and* let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years:." What is peculiar is in the Hebrew we see two words of signs and seasons. This "signs" is אות oth. As you see, it is the את Aleph Tav, with the Vav ו in the middle. This is directly related to את and is the Witness of Yeshua in the Scriptures. It means a Signal, Mark, Beacon, Evidence, etc.. This witnesses of Yeshua! We all recall the story of the Star of Bethlehem showing Yeshua had come. This is a sign from the ⬇️
The Feasts: Intro ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ "And Yahweh spake unto Moses, saying, Speak unto the children of Israel, and say unto them, Concerning the Feasts of Yahweh, which ye shall proclaim to be holy convocations, even these are My Feasts." Leviticus 23:1-2 The Feasts of God, typically referred to as Jewish Feasts, are a central part of the Torah discussion. Unfortunately these get drawn into the debate and are incorporated into Torah in the sense of being Torah observant or not. Now while the Feasts are indeed part of Torah, they are a bit deeper than that. Before we get into the discussion, let us go over what the Feasts are. We read in Leviticus that these "feasts of Yahweh" are "holy convocations." The word for convocations is מקרא miqra and means something called out and holy, an assembly, calling, meeting. It is also defined in Nehemiah 8:8 as reading. It is from קרא qara which can be defined to call out, address, preach and proclaim. More importantly is the word for "feasts" and the definition thereof. This is the Hebrew מועד moed and means an appointment, fixed time or season, festival, etc.. However it is from the word יעד yaad which is a primitive root meaning to engage, meet, fix upon, and direct. This brings light because moed is translated as a signal or appointed sign or time. Specifically an appointed sign. When we go into the ideograms of the Hebrew we find moed is made up of Dalet ד, Ayin, ע, Vav ו, and Mem מ. Dalet is symbolized as a Tent Door and means pathway, entrance door. Ayin as an Eye, meaning watch, see, know, shadow. Vav is a Tent Peg and means nail, secure, hook with Mem being Water and meaning chaos, mighty, blood. When we take these together it can mean a few things, but pay attention to the significance of these things. If we take it from left right we can read "the Door by which/to see the Nail and the Blood," or even Water. We can elaborate with Ayin being watching, shadow, knowing, etc.. Same with Dalet and the rest. I have come to understand, or believe, that ideogram definitions of Hebrew words do not always spell out a specific sentence or statement but proclaim an idea or fact. With this, I have heard many opinions ⬇️
|| FESTA DAS TROMBETAS || O que nós Cristãos podemos aprender com essa festa? No nosso segundo episódio da série sobre Festas Judaicas falamos da origem e como são comemoradas hoje em dia as festas de Purim, Hosh Hashana (Tombretas) e Yom Kippur (Dia do Perdão/Dia da Expiação). Aprendemos muitos segredos espirituais e revelação tremendas sobre nosso Deus. Ouça pelo site www.tatirano.com.br ou pelos aplicativos de podcast para IOS e Android (CastBox). #TiranoCast #TaTirano #Podcast #PodcastCristao #YomKippur #HoshHashana #Purim #FestaDasTrombetas #DiaDaExpiação #DiaDoPerdão #bodeexpiatorio
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|| EPISÓDIO KINDER OVO NO AR || Neste episódio @paulocavalini e @cguedes12 retomam a série #FestasJudaicas em seu segundo episódio. Dessa vez falando sobre #Purim , #RoshHashana e #YomKippur . Ouça e descubra segredos incríveis sobre essas festas que, com certeza, farão muito sentido para você e para a sua fé em Jesus… Além disso essa semana temos uma surpresa, a estréia do quadro: 🇿🇦 Hakuna Matata News 🇿🇦 Semanalmente, direto da África, a Pra Paulitchas Moreira irá nos enviar noticias e compartilhar conosco suas experiências e aprendizados na terra do Rei Leão. Ouça pelo site www.tatirano.com.br ou pelos aplicativos de podcast para IOS e Android (CastBox). #TaTirano #TiranoCast #HakunaMatataNews #Podcast #podcastcristao
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#themostlazyjewsliveinberlin . Wake up my jewish friends in Berlin! Every year I am calling you for your holidays listening to the most boring stories how you discovered the new hot spot, saw the most amazing film and your children learned to walk, poop and talk but neverever I heard: "Hey we are celebrating #purim #pesach #roshhashana #yomkippur or #chanukah come!" Since years I am suspicious that you celebrate #Purim and the other #jewishholidays without me. So every year around the holidays I have went through all your garbage cans searching for traces of parties. Nothing. Researched, thought you are afraid that your tables will collapse when I dance on them (you people seem to dance a lot on tables and damn I would look good doing so on them - https://youtu.be/vRJwrXM4plI). And I am coming to the conclusion that you my peeps in Berlin with jewish faith are just plain lazy. We should start to celebrate the jewish holidays publicly like #christmas and #gaypride . HAPPY PURIM TO EVERYONE! PS One Should Celebrate The Parties As They Come
Sandy Koufax, LHP Career: 1955-66, DodgersFun fact: 382 strikeouts in 1965 is most ever by a leftyThey called him "The Left Arm of God," and here's why: Over his final five seasons (he retired at age 30 after 12 years), his ERAs were 2.54 (in 1962), 1.88, 1.74, 2.04 and 1.73 (in 1966). He led the NL in each of those seasons and won Cy Young Awards in three of them.Any wonder Willie Stargell once said this about Koufax? "Trying to hit him was like trying to drink coffee with a fork."#Dodgers #Cards #Card #Topps #LosAngeles #Baseball #WorldSeries #MLBPostseason #YomKippur #YomKippur5777 #WednesdayWisdom #UnDiaComoHoy #RedSox
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Sekadar perkongsian dari buku "Jerusalem : The Biography" yang sedang saya baca. Kepercayaan orang Yahudi ialah tempat Tuhan (Yahweh) mereka bersemayam dinamakan "Holy of Holies" iaitu ruang kosong yang menjadi misteri sehingga kini. Yahudi percaya ruang itu berada dalam bangunan Dome of Rock (Kubah As-Sakhrah) tapi sampai sekarang belum dijumpai. Carian saya dalam #Wikipedia menunjukkan model "Holy of Holies" ini & penerangannya. Sesiapa berminat boleh layari https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holy_of_Holies untuk bacaan ringan. #Goodreads #Jerusalem #Jews #Yahweh #YomKippur #HolyOfHolies #DomeOfRock #IAmAGeekAndNerd
We are entering into a season of reflection, spring cleaning, finding one's center, contemplating one's place in the universe, atonement, and if you are religiously inclined you might be observant of Lent and or soon you will begin The High Holy days to include Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) and Passover. Let your Fitness reflect your inner purging of negative thoughts. Let your Fashion celebrate the new improved reclaimed spirit of you. Lastly Detox completely with a detox program and do not neglect detoxing from all things that seek to destroy your inner peace, self worth, achievements, and self growth. You do not have to ascribe to a religion or wait for the religious holidays to come before you embark on your Fitness, Fashion, Journey Complete Detox. Start now by being Kind in words, deeds and spirit. Kindness never hurt anyone. Peace and Continued Prosperity in 2017. Shalom Aleichem (Hebrew: שָׁלוֹם עֲלֵיכֶם, "Peace be upon you") Fashion Kenneth Cole Reaction PocketBooks Marshalls Harlem $29.99 Madison West Los Angeles Black Flowered Print Bag Marshalls Harlem $19.99 @mw_handbags Detox Regimen 21 Days Entire Detox Kit is Not Pictured Pictured Queen Afua Heal Thyself Master Herbal Formula Queen Afua Heal Thyself Breath of Life Queen Afua Heal Thyself Colon Inner Ease #queenafuaheals #queenafau #bronxtrainer #armyvet #armychicsrock #newyork #ilovenewyork #Ilovethebronx #newdelightfulyou #livingthatfitnessfashionlife #yomkippur #serenity #peace
"A Wrong That Is Never Forgiven Cannot Be Forgotten" by KingHippiedude (missreader) [http://archiveofourown.org/works/7063144] Part 4 of the Religious Avengers series. Phil Coulson is dead. And Clint Barton lost the man he loved. Mourn with him during Shiva and bear with him later on as he attempts to makes amends during Rosh Hashanah.
Love this podcast! #PhantomNation especially the old Jewish melody/prayer interlude @12:30 - reminds me of Kol Nidre #KolNidre #YomKippur . This weeks broadcast is about the horrific desecration of the Jewish cemeteries.....absolutely horrendous and these people should be brought to justice immediately.
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"Some things never change" They were taking selfies 📷while I was in the 🌊. I always ❤️ tutting around with these gmas. Thanks @gremilygelbie for making #yomkippur happen in Hawaii. #emilymarriedAF & 🙏 @budotcannon for always reading my verbose posts and @brittisobe for making us take photos. I ❤️ you all to the 🌙 and back!
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“And this shall be for you a law forever: In the seventh new moon, on the tenth day of the new moon, you afflict your beings, and do no work, the native or the stranger who sojourns among you. “For on that day he makes atonement for you, to cleanse you, to be clean from all your sins before יהוה. “It is a Sabbath of rest for you, and you shall afflict your beings – a law forever.” Wayyiqra (Leviticus) 16:29-31 TS2009 *FYI* 👉🏽 The Scriptures Bible '09 👉🏽As it Happened Bible Plan
One of my best friends @gremilygelbie is getting married today! We jumped in the pool with her last night (see her insta for video). We shared toasts in her honor while we showered. She embodies grace and sass; I'm so excited to watch her and Aaron embark on this beautiful journey. #emilymarriedAF #yomkippur
He's made a few SMALL changes to the script... See the first rehearsal of HASIDIC FIDDLER ON THE ROOF on the Matza Pizza channel (link in bio) #musicaltheatre #musicaltheater #musical #parody #jewish #jew #j #hasidic #tradition #chanukah #yomkippur #passover #sideburns #sketchcomedy #edgeinmotion #matzapizza
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Morsdagen - Sons of Norway #vintage #indielife #yomkippur #soldater #jegere Yom Kippur (Hebrew: יוֹם כִּפּוּר or יום הכיפורים), Also known as Day of Atonement, is the holiest day of the year for the Jews. Its central themes are atonement and repentance. Jews traditionally observe this holy day with a 25-hour period of fasting and intensive prayer, often spending most of the day in synagogue services. Yom Kippur completes the annual period known in Judaism as the High Holy Days (or sometimes "the Days of Awe"). Yom Kippur begins at sundown on Fri, 29 September 2017.
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These bunkers at Golan Heights have witnessed more fierce battles than what we can even think of. In the Six-Day War of June 1967, Israel had seized the Golan Heights, which was earlier turned by Syria into a large network of almost impeccable bunkers and artillery positions. On October 6, 1973, during Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish calendar, a Syrian armoured force of 1,400 tanks backed by more than 1,000 artillery guns and supported by air effort began a coordinated assault along the 36-mile-long Israeli-Syrian border in the Golan Heights. The Egyptian forces launched a simultaneous attack along the Suez Canal, suddenly forcing Israel to fight a two-front war. Defeat seemed to be imminent for the state of Israel. The Syrians’ Soviet-style massive frontal assault was too much to bear, and the Israeli front lines had already collapsed. Now it was more about the 'honour'. After numerous bloodiest battles, The Israelis, won a Pyrrhic victory but there was no time for celebration as the country buried the 2,222 soldiers who had paid the ultimate price for their country’s survival and attended to its 7,251 wounded. (From the Military History) . . . . #golanheights #israel #syria #conflict #yomkippur #war #warriors #brave #soldier #battle #battlefield #bunker #visit #travel #travelphotography #travel #history #instadaily #instatravel #instapic #instaframe #instagram #natgeotravel
-GÜNAH KEÇİSİ- Yom Kipur (Kefaret), Yahudi takviminin en önemli, en yüce ve en kutsal günüdür. Nedamet, pişmanlık, dua, yakarış, kişinin vicdanıyla ve Tanrı'yla hesaplaşarak yargılanma ve sonra da kendini yenileyerek temize çıkma günüdür. Tarihte, Yeruşalayim (Kudüs)'deki Bet-Hamikdaş (Süleyman Mabedi)'ın var olduğu devirde, Yahudiler, yaşamlarının kefareti olarak Tanrı'ya kurban sunarlardı. O devirde, her yıl Kipur gününde "Kohen Ha Gadol (din adamı)" Bet-Hamikdaş'ın en kutsal bölümü olan ve kimselerin giremediği -kendisinin de yılda bir kez, o gün girebildiği- "Kutsalların kutsalı" olarak adlandırılan bölüme girerdi. Burada gerçekleştirdiği özel bir tören ve ibadetten sonra, tüm Yahudi milletinin günahları karşılığında adadığı bir keçiyi (Azazel) çöle göndererek halkın günahlarını da çöle sürmüş olurdu. Günlük hayatta sıklıkla kullandığımız "günah keçisi (שעיר לעזאזל)" deyimi işte buradan gelir... #יוםכיפור #yomkippur #günahkeçisi #ירושלים #jerusalem #scapegoat #ביתהמקדש #kudus
Help yourself celebrate the Biblical feasts this year with this printable of the dates! Link in profile. 🗓
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Golda Meir-Stalin/Kaganovich Pact During the Yom Kippur War (1973), most people were under the illusion that the Soviets were in fact allies of the Arab world. Sadly, this couldn't be further away from the truth. Before becoming israel's PM, Golda Meir was an ambassador to the Soviet Union and held a secret meeting with Stalin and one of his main associates Lazar Kaganovich. The sole aim of this meeting was to discuss means to further protect Israel from neighbouring countries. As I have expressed in a previous post, I sincerely believe Putin is another pawn to further serve his Jewish masters. Although this pact was mutually agreed over 40 years ago, I have no doubt that it is still ongoing. Putin being vilified by the media doesn't mean that he is in fact a man of the people. In my honest opinion, that is very naive thinking. Here are the conditions of the pact. ISRAEL'S PART OF THE PACT WAS: 1 - Israel would not allow any Western country, especially the U.S. to build military bases on Israeli territory. 2 - Israel would allow an official communist party to function freely in Israel. 3 - Israel would not make any agreement to solve the Palestinian problem. 4 - Israel would influence world Jewry, especially in the U.S. to have Western Powers adopt a policy of favoring Israel over the Arabs. 5 - Israel was to continue its Marxist economic policies and prevent any free-enterprise tendencies. SOVIET UNION'S PART OF THE PACT WAS: 1 - The Soviets would institute a pro-Arab policy solely as a camouflage for its true intention, which was to furnish aid to the Arabs, but never enough to enable the Arabs to destroy Israel. 2 - The Soviets would open the gates of Soviet satellite countries to Jewish immigration to Israel. Should this be insufficient, Soviet Russia then would open its own gates to immigration. 3 - The Soviets would absolutely guarantee the security of Israel. #israel #russia #zionism #putin #netanyahu #yomkippur #truthseeker #openmind #soviet #stalin #goldameir #bolshevik #
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Penaklukan Konstantinopel, serangan Pearl Harbor dan perang Yom Kippur di timur tengah mendulang keberhasilan karena didukung 'efek kejut' yang tertata rapi. Hal yang sama saya alami pagi ini. 'Diserang' saat sedang melakukan ritual main gitar sebelum bersiap berangkat kerja. Walhasil, niat memainkan 'You're So Great'nya Blur versi amatirpun gagal. #blur #alghazi #pearlharbor #yomkippur