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22 Tishri — Don’t Lose Your Cool

22 Tishri — Don’t Lose Your Cool

Today, the 22nd day of Tishri, is called Shemini Atzeret (the Eighth Day). Traditionally, it was on this day that Moses received the message that he was soon to die and that he would not enter into Canaan. This was greatly disappointing to Moses who, on more than one...
22 Tishri — Don’t Lose Your Cool

21 Tishri — Hoshana Rabbah

Today, the 21st day of Tishri, is referred to as Hoshanah Rabbah, which is, literally, the “Great Save Us.” It was on this day that the priests performed the water libation ceremony, thus the reference to living waters by the Messiah in the gospel of John. “On the...
22 Tishri — Don’t Lose Your Cool

20 Tishri — If God Be For Us…

It was on this day in 1973 that Israeli forces crossed over the Suez Canal, going deeper into Egypt during the Yom Kippur War. This particular event marked a turning point in that war because, up until that point, it was in doubt as to whether Israel was...
22 Tishri — Don’t Lose Your Cool

19 Tishri — Love God, Love Your Neighbor

Today is the 19th day of Tishri and it’s the fifth day of Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles). Here are some thoughts that will hopefully bless and inspire you. Messiah told us that the greatest command in all the Torah (Law) is that we love the Lord with all of our heart,...
22 Tishri — Don’t Lose Your Cool

18 Tishri — Be Of Good Cheer

Today is traditionally the day that the patriarch, Jacob, died. It is recorded in Genesis 49:29 & 33: “Then he charged them and said to them: ‘I am to be gathered to my people; bury me with my fathers in the cave that is in the field of Ephron the Hittite,’...
22 Tishri — Don’t Lose Your Cool

17 Tishri — The Impossible Dream

It was on this day in 1886 that David Ben Gurion, the first Prime Minister of Israel, was born. It was he who, on May 14, 1948, pronounced that, after 2,000 years, the state of Israel was to be reborn. Later that evening, at midnight on May 15, 1948, the British...

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