In view of the increasingly troubled time we are in, I thought it worthwhile to present a Sukkot “after-party” encouragement to begin preparing for Passover. In fact, if you’re not already thinking about Passover, you’re behind!
It is traditional to read the Song of Songs during the Passover week. Its main theme is resurrection, but incredibly, the ancient sages’ commentaries link the Song to other prophecies. Their expectation of the ingathering of the exiles, the nature of Messiah, the times in which he will return, and the judgments are incredibly contemporary to what is happening to the fig tree Israel today and even headline news. This week and next, we will shine the spotlight on some of the expectation concerning the fig tree prophecy contained in
2:13 The fig tree has ripened its fruit,
And the vines in blossom have given forth their fragrance.
Arise, my darling, my beautiful one, and come along!Read More
We pray that everyone had a wonderful Sukkot. In this week’s episode we’re going to to...Read More
This is a special set of teachings for the week of Sukkot. The regular Torah portion for this...Read More
Mark Call –Parsha “V’zot HaBaraka” teaching – and the Last Great Day of Sukkot – from Shabbat Shalom Mesa
This week is THE final parsh the Torah (“V’zot HaBaraka- Deuteronomy chapters 33 and...Read More
If the King commands you to come to His city for a Feast, can you refuse to show up? What happened to Vashti when she refused to attend her husband’s Feast?Read More
by Mark Call | Oct 3, 2020 | Biblical Basics, Biblical History, Come Out of Her My People - Mark Call, God's Sanctuary, Old Testament & New Testament, Shabba Shalom Mesa - Mark Call, Uncategorized, Understanding Torah, Weekly Torah Portion Reading, Who Are We? | 0 |
This week marks the first Sabbath — and first Holy day — of the Feast of Sukkot, or...Read More