Our Jubilee book has arrived! On the Day of Atonement!

The first edition of our Jubilee book has now arrived from the publishers  – on the Day of Atonement. Which is none other than the most sacred day on the Jewish calendar, and is THE day when the Jubilee is announced!

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Daniel Andrews and the Day of Atonement – Jubilee and God’s Government

What is the significance of Premier Daniel Andrews stepping down the day after the most sacred day on the Biblical calendar – the Day of Atonement? Is it a co-incidence? The Jubilee is always announced on the Day of Atonement and is about that great day when God will depose wicked rulers and establish His righteous Kingdom – may that day come soon!

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The Prophetic Meaning of 5784: Messianic insights into the Hebrew Calendar

The Bible is full of symbolism, with layers of meaning concealed in numbers and letters. Join Ps Enoch Lavender as he examines 5784 and the coming Hebrew year in light of the teachings of the Bible

The Sound of Freedom and the Jewish Jubilee

The inspirational movie “The Sound of Freedom” speaks of the modern slave trade in our world. There is coming a day when the victims of the global sex trade will be delivered, and that will be in the great jubilee! Learn more in our upcoming book!

Living in Expectation of the Messiah’s Coming

Living in Expectation of the Messiah’s Coming

Judaism teaches that one should always leave in readiness for the Messiah’s coming. In fact, the famous sage Rambam listed this expectation as one of the 13 core tenants of the faith. According to Rambam, if you are not expecting the Messiah’s return  imminently you have denied the Torah and Moses (i.e. it is tantamount to denying the faith).

Expecting the Messiah’s return changes the way we live our lives. A story from the Talmud illustrates this well:

Rabbi Eliezer says: Repent one day before your death.
Rabbi Eliezer’s students asked him: But does a person know the day on which he will die?
He said to them: All the more so.. one should repent today lest he die tomorrow
(Shabbat 153a)

In light of Jesus’ soon coming, it is important for us all to take Rabbi Eliezer’s advice and live in repentance today. Now is the time to get right with God and live fully for Him.

For more on the End Times, see our new book on the Jubilee.
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