The Time Of Our Rejoicing Sukkot: September 23-30, 2018
All of the biblical feasts are prophetic; rich with symbolism and laden with spiritual nourishment for both Jews and Gentiles. They speak of who God is, our journey with Him and his plans for the future. The Spring feasts speak of the Messiah’s coming: Passover is a foreshadow of Calvary, Firstfruits of the resurrection, and Shavuot (the Feast of Weeks) is a forerunner to the outpouring of the Spirit at Pentecost. The Fall Feasts symbolize the last trumpet that will sound as the Messiah returns, Yom Kippur points to the final judgement, and Sukkot is the final feast where God and man can at last move in together, like a newly-wed couple who have been longing for complete union.
As human beings, we can’t boast about anything that we intend to do in the future, since we have no idea what will end up happening, but God can say with absolute certainty what will be. All of his feasts are called moedim in the Bible – the word moed meaning appointed time, something that is destined to happen. This is God’s purpose, and this is our destiny – to dwell together in perfect union with him.
This is the wonderful meaning of the Feast of Tabernacles: a small preview of the last page in God’s magnificent story of redemption.
חג סוכות שמח לכם חברים
Yeshua Our Lord, Our Teacher, Our Rabbi, King Messiah, Forever and ever
ישוע אדונינו מורנו ורבינו מלך המשיח לעולם ועד
Springs Chavurah is the place for fellowship, friendship, and secrets you may have missed in Hebrew school. A place where God's word is studied and loved.
It is where "Reading Moses, Seeing Jesus" is understood as the good news teaches us:
"You study the Scriptures, because you think that in them you will find eternal life. And these very Scriptures speak about me...For if you believed Moses, you would believe Me, for he wrote about Me!" - Yeshua
We meet and enjoy good food and each other’s company. Events are usually scheduled for Saturday nights with Havdalah, Drosh and Nosh and then Sunday's for "Sunday Midrash", meal, fellowship, and Torah Study.
To inspire the human heart
To promote a Messiah centered community that inspires Biblical values, life and learning.
OUR MISSION IS HIS MESSAGE!
" And the message continues with us as the good news teaches us: Go therefore and make students of all the nations, immersion (baptizing) them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” - Yeshua
Join us for Shabbat Conclusion Services: Marking the conclusion of Shabbat and the beginning of the new week with Havdalah, Drosh and Nosh.
Havdalah (הבדלה) translates from Hebrew as "separation" or "distinction." Havdalah is a ceremony involving wine, light, and spices used to mark the end of Shabbat or a Yom Tov (holiday) and the rest of the week.
Brit HaChadashah teaches us:
"They devoted themselves to the emissary’s teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer." Acts 2:(42)-47
The event calls to mind about Shaul who said: "On the first day of the week, when we were gathered together to break bread." Acts 20:7
Come and join us and learn a message from Reb Shimon.
IT’S THE BEST WAY TO KEEP UP WITH SPRINGS CHAVURAH EVENTS AND MILESTONES IN THE LIVES OF OUR MEMBERS. IT’S NEWS FOR YOUR SCHMOOZE.
“It is the nation’s schools-the Cheder, the Yeshiva, and the Beit Midrash that have been our safest stronghold throughout our long tough struggle among peoples. In times of storm and fury, we took cover behind their walls and there we sharpened the one weapon we had left – the Jewish mind.”
Chaim Nachman Bialik
Serving the Colorado Springs area since 2001
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