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The Feast of Shavuot & the Gifts of the Spirit

The Feast of Shavuot & the Gifts of the Spirit

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Y’shua is a Prophet like Moses Whom the Father has sent to the House of Israel to lead them out of sin back in under His initial Covenant oath (marriage vows) so that they can live with Him in the Promised Land (His House). He did not come to destroy what Moses received from YHVH [Mat 5:17], but came to establish it and renew it in His Blood to make it an everlasting Covenant, a Covenant with better promises for His Bride.

Just after Israel heard the Voice of YHVH from the Mountain, they build an image of gold, which they worshiped in the glory of YHVH and three thousand men died because of this sin. [Ex. 32:28].
On Pentecost (Shavuot) Peter preached and about three thousand people gladly received the message and believed in the Messiah [Acts 2:41] and the curse was reversed by three thousand people who received life.

The Torah is holy and good, but it cannot secure life without the testimony of Y’shua and the receiving of His Spirit Who writes YHVH’s Torah on our hearts.

Y’shua is a Prophet like Moses Whom the Father has sent to the House of Israel to lead them out of sin back in under His initial Covenant oath (marriage vows) so that they can live with Him in the Promised Land (His House). He did not come to destroy what Moses received from YHVH [Mat 5:17], but came to establish it and renew it in His Blood to make it an everlasting Covenant, a Covenant with better promises for His Bride.

Just after Israel heard the Voice of YHVH from the Mountain, they build an image of gold, which they worshiped in the glory of YHVH and three thousand men died because of this sin. [Ex. 32:28].
On Pentecost (Shavuot) Peter preached and about three thousand people gladly received the message and believed in the Messiah [Acts 2:41] and the curse was reversed by three thousand people who received life.

The Torah is holy and good, but it cannot secure life without the testimony of Y’shua and the receiving of His Spirit Who writes YHVH’s Torah on our hearts.

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 Shavuot (Pentecost) is celebrated on the 50
th
day after the first normal Sabbathwithin the seven days of the Feast of Unleavened Bread. This was the time Israelafter Israel left Egypt, on their way to Mount Sinai, where they would receive the TenCommandments. The people camped at the foot of the mountain where theycleansed themselves for two days before they heard the Voice of YHVH from theMountain. This Feast is about meeting with YHVH at the “mountain”. The Feast is toCelebrated as a Sabbath, and no work is to be performed to make it profane (as anormal day doing your own pleasures).
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Mitzrayim - bondage 
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All that YHVH has spoken we will do! 
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, which means, "We agree to do even before wehave heard."YHVH gave the Israelites two days to cleanse themselves, wash their clothes, andprepare to receive the Torah on the third day. From early morning, dense cloudscovered the peak of the mountain. Thunder and lightning were frequently seen andheard. The sound of the
shofar 
(ram's horn) became very strong, and the top of themountain was enveloped in fire and smoke. The Israelites at the foot of Mount Sinaistood in great awe (Exodus 19:9-19). Moses then went up alone on the mountain,and as he neared the top, a mighty voice announced the Ten Commandments(Exodus 19:20-25; 20:1-21).The Ten Commandments or Ten Words are the Contractual words that Israel agreedto so that they could become the Wife of Elohim. This was the first part of the Hebrewmarriage called the ketubah that relates to the establishment of the marriagecontract. The second part of the marriage is called the “gathering” where the Groomwill come and take His Bride after He prepared a house for them.
The Covenant made with their father Abraham was the agreement to establish the promise and this agreement is the first step of fulfilment of that Marriage Covenant.
Wewill later see further fulfilment of the Covenant promises YHVH made to Abrahamuntil ALL has been fulfilled and His Plan comes into completion at the SecondComing of Messiah, where He will come to collect His Bride.
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We are currently the Temple (Body) of Y’shua as well as the Priesthood and YHVHanoints us through the Gifts of His Spirit to enable us and make us worthy of thesetasks.
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Without the Anointing of YHVH Spirit through His Gifts, we cannot be the Body orTemple or the Priesthood and will not be able to perform these functions. Anoint” isthe Hebrew word “
mashach 
” and is the root word for Mashiach that means Messiah,Who is Y’shua the Anointed One. We are little anointed ones and that is where theword “Christian” comes from, derived from the Greek word Christ that meansAnointed One as well.
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 Y’shua is a Prophet like Moses Whom the Father has sent to theHouse of Israel to lead them out of sin back in under His initialCovenant oath (marriage vows) so that they can live with Him inthe Promised Land (His House). He did not come to destroy whatMoses received from YHVH [Mat 5:17], but came to establish itand renew it in His Blood to make it an everlasting Covenant, aCovenant with better promises for His Bride.Just after Israel heard the Voice of YHVH from the Mountain, theybuild an image of gold, which they worshiped in the glory of YHVHand three thousand men died because of this sin. [Ex. 32:28].

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