“If you keep your feet from trampling the Sabbath, from pursuing your own interests on My Holy Day, if you call the Sabbath a delight and YHVH’s holy day honorable; if you honor it by not going your own ways and seeking your own pleasure or speaking idle words, then you will delight yourself in YHVH, and I will make you ride over the heights of the land, and let you feast on the heritage of your father Jacob. For the mouth of YHVH has spoken

” (Isaiah 58:13-14).

Messiah said, “The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath” (Mark 2:27). Sabbath is a special time in which Yah wants us to remember the spiritual feast that is the heritage of our father Jacob. He wants us delight in His love for us, to be lifted up to the heights as we dwell on His promised blessing to the children of Israel.

    May it be so for all  of us!
Shabbat Shalom!
    We posted an encouraging article by Frank Houtz of Dry Bones Restoration Company, titled, “Community in the Feasts [Calendar Issues]. Frank brings balance as he suggests the importance of our being a community that gathers together in Messiah. See the article listed under the Header, “Passover.”
    We invite you to join us for our Labor Day ARI Gathering in Orlando this year. Among other things, we hope to have a round table discussion period with input from everyone present. We want to have a truly interactive time, a time wherein the people speak. Please pray about joining us: http://www.redeemedisrael.com/events/
   To help you celebrate Shabbat we invite you to read the Scripture Studies and Torah Portions posted by our friends. See them here:

    We are working on getting Israel‘s Feasts and their Fullness on Kindle. Please keep us in prayer for this project. Out hope is to soon have all of our books on Kindle. To see the book with its unique celebration suggestions see: www.redeemedisrael.com/product-cat/books/

    Sylvia Calderon shared an encouraging update on her beloved Daniel. In case you missed her letter, you can find it here:
    Our latest Poll “Passover and First of Firstfruits (Day of the Wave Sheaf)” is now closed and the Numerical Poll Results can be seen here:
The overwhelming conclusion is that most of you want to know more about the Day of the Wavesheaf; you feel that it is important for us to remember this all-important Day that speaks of Messiah’s Resurrection. Our “Overview” of your Comments can be seen here, along with all of your comments listed at the bottom of the page:
With Passover preparations in sight, we will postpone our Polls until after our celebration of the Day of the Wave Sheaf.
Blessings to you as you celebrate!

    May your Shabbat be a blessed one!

    Angus and Batya and All of ARI

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