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Just When You Think it’s Over, Simchat Torah Arrives

On Saturday our congregation celebrated Simchat Torah (the Joy of Torah). One might ask why believers in Messiah would celebrate the Torah? The answer is quite simple. Jesus is the Living Torah. This year was the second time I participated in this joyous occasion. But I’ve got to tell you, this year was better! For […]

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The Day the Sukkah Came Down

On Wednesday, as the festival of Sukkot was drawing to a close, I started looking at my schedule and wondering when I was going to take down the sukkah. I also wondered when it was ‘kosher’ to do so. So I asked my Father for wisdom and started searching the internet for answers. Turns out […]

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Sukkot – A Weekend of Joy

Sharing the joy of dwelling in a sukkah is made sweet with the fellowship of mishpocha – family!  Saturday and Sunday evening, we had lots of fellowship with the family of God. Everyone came with a decoration in hand to add their own special touch to the sukkah.  After all, it is a family sukkah! […]

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Rejoicing in Sukkot – Sabbath Joy

Who would have thought the joy of Sabbath could get any better?  But under a sukkah, with good friends, the joy is multiplied! Angelina and I were joined on Friday night by the Seiger family.  As previously mentioned, I asked guests to bring a decoration for the sukkah, because they are not guests but family.  […]

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How to Build a Sukkah – Sukkot 2014

There is only one thing needed to build a sukkah – love!  Love for God and love for man.  It is that love that put together my first sukkah. Today’s post is more a photo journal, but since we know pictures speak volumes, I will let the photos do the talking. So let’s start at […]

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