Sivan is the month of Pentecost (or Shavuot as it's called in Hebrew). Pentecost is God's 2nd yearly feast (Ex 23:14-17)..... the first is Passover (Pesach), then Pentecost (Shavuot) and finally Sukkoth (Tabernacles). Pentecost is the feast of harvest or weeks. It is a celebration of provision. It initially marked the ingathering of the wheat harvest. Wheat [...]
Last night we entered into the Hebrew month of Iyar. This is one of the three Spring months.... Remember that each month is a progressive blessing of revelation - the blessing of the Spring months are: Reconfirm your covenant with God at Passover in the first month (Nissan) So that, He can reveal secrets of [...]
Revival is defined as to live again, to receive again a life which has almost expired; to rekindle into a flame the vital spark which was nearly extinguished. Another great definition I read is “The Spirit of God working through the Word of God, in the lives of the people of God.” Passover is a time of revival and spiritual renewal, a restoration of the Power and Glory, a renewed interest in God!
My mom nicknamed me Pollyanna Sunshine when I was little... because I have always had an abundance of optimism. Truly it's a gift from God that I cherish. I have always tended to always look at things through a heart of hope. I love just simply believing what God says and looking for His [...]
We are currently in the month of Tishrei. It is the month of the Fall feasts... Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkoth.... feasts that teach us to return to God and experience His glory. Tishrei begins the Autumn months and a new season. In the Bible, Tishrei is referred to as "the month of the [...]
We're already almost halfway through the month of Av..... it's been a busy month for us in the Smit family. We're at the height of our summer farming season and life for us just feels non-stop, go, go, go. I'm not complaining though... God has been so good to us and our fruit harvests get [...]
Today my husband and I celebrated our 18th anniversary! I love it when special days occur... birthdays, anniversaries, celebrations of any sort, holidays, etc. Our gregorian calendar connects us only to the earth realm. We use it to track our life events but to know God’s schedule of events you must understand His calendar. Studying the Hebrew [...]