May God be gracious to us and bless us and make his face to shine upon us, Selah that your way may be known on earth, your saving power among all nations.” (Ps 67:1-2)

What a joy it is to celebrate the Feasts of the LORD, especially on location in Jerusalem where it all happened and will happen! This year’s Passover celebration has been no different.

For seven days we have eaten unleavened bread, reminding us of what Messiah did for us when he “abolished death and brought life and immortality to light through the gospel”. (2 Ti 1:10)  Read more

Pesach: Celebrate Passover

“For Messiah, our Passover lamb, has been sacrificed. Therefore let us keep the Festival.” (1 Cor 5:7-8)

“For you know that it was not with perishable things such as silver or gold that you were redeemed from the empty way of life handed down to you from your forefathers, but with the precious blood of Messiah, a lamb without blemish or defect.” (1 Pe 1:18-19)

The Biblical Feasts reveal the Father’s detailed plan of salvation for mankind through the Messiah, from his death on Golgotha as the Lamb of God to his enthronement in Jerusalem as King of kings and Lord of lords. The Feasts are of utmost importance for all who love him and will one day sit with him on his throne as his glorious Bride.

Passover is the first of the Feasts of the LORD and the foundation upon which all the rest are built. From the beginning the Apostolic community of believers faithfully celebrated the death, burial and resurrection of Messiah every year at Passover on the 14th in the first month on the Biblical calendar just like Yeshua did with his disciples and like the Jewish people still do today.  Read more


“The king’s heart is a stream of water in the hand of the Lord; he turns it wherever he will.” (Pr 21:1)

Netanyahu Trump Meeting

Last month we asked all of you to pray for a good working relationship between Israel, USA and Great Britain during President Trump’s time, in order to defeat radical Islam! We have already seen answers to prayer in this area. Read more

When Was Messiah Born?

Most scholars agree that Yeshua was born somewhere around the time of the Feasts of the Lord in the fall. One way to reach this conclusion is through the story in Luke 1 concerning the birth of John the Baptist. From 1 Chronicles 24, it is possible to know when John the Baptist’s father Zechariah, who belonged to the priestly division of Abijah, was serving in the Temple. We also know that six months later the angel Gabriel visited Mary (her real Hebrew name is Miriam) and she became pregnant by the Holy Spirit. This information brings us to the seventh month on the Jewish calendar as the time of the birth of Yeshua. Read more

Tips How to Celebrate Chanukah

Chanukah, the Festival of Lights, is a wonderful holiday of renewed dedication, faith, and hope. It’s a holiday pointing to the Messiah, who is the light of the world.

Chanukah commemorates the victory, through the miracles of God, of a small band of Jews over the pagan Syrian-Greek empire who ruled over Israel around two thousand years ago. Psalm119:105 says, “Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path.” The evil Syrian ruler Antiouchus Epiphanes tried to wipe out faith in the Word of God. He failed and this is what we still celebrate today. Read more

Why Every Christian Needs to Study the Torah

The Law is called the Torah in Hebrew. The word “Torah” does not mean law in the modern sense. Rather, it means “instruction” and “teaching.” Every week Lars Enarson gives out a commentary on the weekly Scripture portion from the Torah. In one year you get a thorough foundation in the very part of the Bible that many Christians know so little about, yet which makes up the foundation for all Scriptural revelation. “The LORD spoke to Moses and said” is the most common phrase in the Bible! Read more