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Crash Course on Rosh Hashana

Rosh Hashana of the Feast of Trumpets begins Wednesday, September 20 (at sundown) – Friday 22 Listen to a teaching from Baruch Korman on Torahclass.com He has a PhD. in Greek and in the Septuagint. A Believer, he lives in Israel, speaks Hebrew fluently, and has teaching videos in English and in Hebrew.

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Rosh HaShanah or Feast of Trumpets

Rosh Hashana Overview The Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah) was celebrated at the beginning of the month Tishri, the first month of the civil year. It was one of the seven days of holy convocation. Tishri is the seventh month of the Biblical calendar, and as such parallels the Sabbath as a special and holy […]

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Rosh HaShanah in Bible Times

The Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah)  in biblical times was celebrated in a far more festive fashion than it is today (Amos 8:5). Although this is a two-day holiday, preparations for this feast begin a full month in advance. Teshuvah On the Jewish calendar is a forty-day season called Teshuvah (return or repentance). It begins […]

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Celebrating Rosh HaShanah

Several suggestion for celebrating Rosh Hashanah with your family including a free download printable New Year card.

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When the Trumpet Sounds…

In the “The Holy Days of Our Lord” video series, the late Zola Levitt tells how the Feast of Trumpets is a picture of the rapture.

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What You Need to Know About Shavout!

Shavuot 2017 will begin in the evening of Tuesday May 30 and ends in the evening of Thursday, June 1. There are many names for the Feast of Weeks. It is identified in the Old Testament as The Feast of Weeks (Ex. 34:22) Feast of Harvest (Ex. 23:16). Latter Firstfruits. The Hebrew name is Shavuot (pronounced sha-voo-ote). The Greek name […]

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Shavuot, AKA Pentecost of Feast of Weeks

Pentecost or the Feast of Weeks (Shavuot in Hebrew) is the time for celebration of the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai, as well as a celebration of the offering of the firstfruits of the wheat harvest in agrarian Israelite society. This festival was celebrated seven weeks or fifty days after the Passover, hence […]

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Celebrating Purim

To commemorate the miraculous turn of events recorded in Esther, Purim is celebrated with feasts, sending gifts of food to friends and the needy, and with the reading of Esther, the story of Purim.

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More Purim Crafts

Follow Robin Sampson’s board Hebrew Roots: Purim on Pinterest. Below you will find Purim Crafts Arts and Crafts Projects Ideas for your Kids such as graggers, masks, crowns, tiaras, noise makers, and more. How to Make a Confetti Blowing Pipe to Celebrate Purim – Make a toy confetti pipe to make cool little fireworks to […]

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The Story of Purim

The story starts with a beauty contest in which Esther is chosen to be the new queen. During that time, the Jews lived peacefully in the Persian (modern-day Iran) land. Mordecai was a descendant of King Saul, and advisor to the King and Esther’s cousin. Esther was raised by Mordecai.