The Moedim

Yom Kippurim

Meeting Times [מוֹעֵד H4150] – (Seasons) The sun, moon, and stars indicate set appointments when Yahweh will show up to interact with His people. The Older Covenant feasts, Yahweh’s meeting times (seasons), are determined by the cycles of the moon. The word translated feasts is the Hebrew word, מוֹעֵד Moed. Moed means a divine appointment.… Continue reading Yom Kippurim

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40 Days of Teshuvah and the Days of Awe

The Days of Teshuva begin at sunset on Elul 1st each year and end at sunset the day before Yom Kippurim. 2 Peter 3:9 – “The Lord is not slow about His promise, as some count slowness, but is patient toward you, not wishing for any to perish but for all to come to repentance.”… Continue reading 40 Days of Teshuvah and the Days of Awe

The Moedim


John 10:22-23 – “It was winter, and Yeshua was in Jerusalem at the time of the Festival of Dedication, and he was walking in the Portico of Solomon inside the Temple.” Chanukah (sometimes spelled Hanukah or Chanukkah) is celebrated each fall, generally between Thanksgiving Day and New Year’s Day.  According to John 10:22-23 , Yeshua… Continue reading Chanukah