On This Day – 30 Kislev

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Shabbat Shalom. Here is our devotional for December 12, 2015, 30 Kislev. Hope you are blessed. Approximately 9 minutes

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4 Responses to On This Day – 30 Kislev

  1. JAIME says:

    Shalom…

    In my opinion;

    Most of the commentaries I’ve thus heard so far are missing the mark…

    The heart of Hanukkah is and has always been the light…

    I see that even in Epiphanies name; “God will manifest”, is exactly what occurred…

    First, the altar stones were removed and destroyed, then new stones were set up for the altar and it’s scantification.
    Does this not speak of the True Temple and it’s Altar which are our bodies and our hearts ?

    I believe you once revealed that in the Hebrew, the word for Creation is also the word for Destruction; is it not ?

    So what did the Lord manifest thru Epiphanies ? …….. Light: a Holy Light that lasted for 7 more days than what was already present.. truly representing that there will always be a remnant of the Lord’s Light in every generation for 7 thousand yrs. / 7 days of Creation..
    Does this also not whisper of Altars being destroyed and new ones set in place for each thousand year generations ? It does to me….

    One cannot count the first day of Light, because the True Light of Life has always existed, it has just been extended unto the children of men for 7 days…

    What is that in your Eye ?

    A Wild opinion….

  2. JAIME says:

    Shalom…

    In review, I apologize for what may have come across as a harsh tone in my opening statement; at times my zeal gets the better of me…

    To me it is the insertion of “Social Justice vs. Equal Justice”, Mary’s ointment, and speaking about the poor in life that to me at least, casts shadows over the Light of Hanukkah…

    The great awakening taking place now among the fold is difficult enough with so many “mixed messages” these days, that it fires up my zeal for those who at times cause confusion in an attempt to speak of other things in their heart…

    Since I hold you in the highest esteem of all the speakers I have heard and have always said your Shofar is continually the clearest and purest among many, I do not rebuke lightly…

    Shalom, shalom…

  3. Sharon Fulton says:

    Thank you, Bill. I’ve listened to this message twice, and heard it in another of your recent teachings, so I’ve

    pondered it for several days. I believe it is Godly discernment so needed today when there are those who seek

    to replace, or mix, His truth with that which feeds the flesh.

    Blessings

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