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7 Sivan — With His Fiery Finger

According to tradition, it was on this day that Moses received the first tablets of the law, written by the fiery finger of God, as in the book of Exodus:  “And when He had made an end of speaking with him on Mount Sinai, He gave Moses two tablets of the...
6 Sivan — Let Him Speak

6 Sivan — Let Him Speak

Today is the day we celebrate the festival known, in Hebrew, as Shavuot, or the Feast of Weeks. Most people in the western world refer to it as Pentecost because, in Greek, it is known as Pentecostus or “fiftieth” referring to the fiftieth day since we started...

5 Sivan — Mandrakes Don’t Make Miracles

5 Sivan — Mandrakes Don’t Make Miracles

According to tradition, it was on this day that Reuben brought mandrakes to his mother, Leah. It’s recorded in Genesis 30:      “Now Reuben went in the days of wheat harvest and found mandrakes in the field, and brought them to his mother Leah. Then...

4 Sivan — The End From The Beginning

4 Sivan — The End From The Beginning

According to tradition, it was on this day that Moses began to write the first part of the Torah, everything from the creation account until the revelation at Mt Sinai. If that is true, that’s a lot of writing to do in just a matter of a few days, not to mention the...

3 Sivan — Don’t Forget Who You Are

3 Sivan — Don’t Forget Who You Are

It was on this day that Moses acknowledged that the people had affirmed their desire to hear and to do all that the Lord would instruct them: “So it was, when you heard the voice from the midst of the darkness, while the mountain was burning with fire, that you came...

2 Sivan — Proclaim His Praises

2 Sivan — Proclaim His Praises

According to tradition, it was on this day that Moses ascended Mt. Sinai for the very first time. On this initial ascent up to the mountain, God told Moses to speak to the children of Israel and say: “You have seen what I did to the Egyptians, and how I bore you on...

1 Sivan — Strangers In A Strange Land

1 Sivan — Strangers In A Strange Land

According to the book of Jubilee, it was on this day that Jacob and his family departed Canaan and headed to Egypt in order to be reunited with his son, Joseph. It is recorded in Genesis 46:  “Then Jacob arose from Beersheba; and the sons of Israel carried their...

29 Iyar — The Battle for Jerusalem

29 Iyar — The Battle for Jerusalem

It was on this day in the year 70 AD that the Romans completed the construction of embankments around the city of Jerusalem as they prepared for their final assault on the city. Two thousand years later, not a whole lot has changed. Through other means, the nations of...

28 Iyar — Pray For the Peace of Jerusalem

28 Iyar — Pray For the Peace of Jerusalem

It was on this day, in 1967, that Israel captured the Old City of Jerusalem, uniting the city for the first time since the dawning of the modern state of Israel. It was also on this day that the huge bulge of the country of Jordan that lay on the “West Bank” of the...

27 Iyar — Restoring the Kingdom to Israel

27 Iyar — Restoring the Kingdom to Israel

It was on this day, the 27th of Iyar, that, most likely, the Messiah ascended into heaven, as recorded in Acts 1. We know that He was crucified on the Preparation Day, which is the 14th day of Aviv. We know that He was resurrected on the third day, which was, most...

26 Iyar — Still Fighting the Six Day War

26 Iyar — Still Fighting the Six Day War

It was on this day in 1967, June 5th on the Gregorian calendar, that war broke out between Israel and several of her Arab neighbors in what is known as “The Six Day War.” On the very same day, Israel captured a very important Egyptian military base in the Sinai...

25 Iyar — Our Closest Friend

25 Iyar — Our Closest Friend

Today’s theme is friends and friendship. Solomon had this to say about friends: “A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity.” (Proverbs 17:17) In other words, a friend will love you even when you’re unlovable. A friend will stick by you and not...

24 Iyar — No Suffering, No Glory

24 Iyar — No Suffering, No Glory

It was on this day in 1945 that Nazi Germany surrendered, unconditionally, to the Allies. With the defeat of one of the most evil regimes that has ever existed came the push to establish a Jewish nation in their ancient homeland. Out of the ashes of the Holocaust came...

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