Pray for the peace of Jerusalem

May they prosper who love you

- Psalm 122:6

End Times

Some today contend that this prophesy was fulfilled when Titus conquered Jerusalem in 135 AD.  But the ultimate fulfillment will be through the anti-Christ during the Tribulation.

Messianic Prophesy

Daniel’s prophesy of the atoning death of Yeshua is a challenge to anyone who doubts the truth of Scripture. 


The promise for God’s righteousness upon the people and of the land of Israel is the object of our longing and prayers. Sadly that time must come after great pain and suffering, but it will come. 

Israel’s Redemption and Salvation

Daniel’s prophesy was partially fulfilled in 165-163 B.C. but its ultimate fulfillment will be sometime in the future.  While God hasn’t given us the specifics of the timing, He has given us other details.  And it’s all good news!

God’s Unique Relationship with Israel

As we complete the yearly cycle of the celebrations our focus is drawn to the finality of history and the eternal Kingdom of God.  But until that day the celebrations remind us of the goodness and faithfulness of God.

Celebrate Yeshua!

Each of the celebrations of the Lord commemorates an event in Israel’s history.  They also have their ultimate fulfillment in Yeshua. 

Ultimate Rest

Tonight at sundown the weekly holiday of Sabbath begins.  This Sabbath we can look forward to the ultimate rest which the Feast of Tabernacles pointed to.

Simchat Torah

Today is another double holiday.  Last night at sundown the weekly Shabbat started.  And today is the 8th and last day of Sukkot which is to be a solemn assembly with LOTS of sacrifices. 

Joyful Sacrifices

Two unique features characterize the Feast of Tabernacles:

Great joy. Three times God says to rejoice.
Number of sacrifices

The Final In-gathering

Tabernacles (Sukkot) is the last of the pilgrim festivals, the celebration of the final in-gathering. Therefore we see its prophetic significance as the in-gathering of all the nations, to Jerusalem and to the Lord.

Yeshua’s I AM

Yeshua celebrated the feast of Tabernacles and used symbols of light and water to declare who He was – Israel’s Good Shepherd.