The voice of my lover. Behold, He is coming Leaping over the mountains, springing over the hills My lover is like a gazelle or a young buck among the stags Look! He is standing behind our wall, gazing through the windows Peering through the lattice. In response my lover said to me, "Get yourself up, my darling my pretty one, and come. Come! For behold, the winter is past, the rain is over, it's gone. Blossoms appear in the land and the time of singing has come... Song of Songs 2 * * * What a blessed time we had over Sukkot here at Hebron. A few weeks before the start of the festival I was impacted by the understanding that our Creator and Father anticipates meeting with His children more than we anticipate meeting with Him. His love, His desire to meet with us individually and as a fellowship far surpasses ours, to a degree that it is impossible for us to comprehend. And meet with Him we did. The moed are His. His appointments with people who call on His Name, ob
Spring Festival Preparations For us in the southern hemisphere Yom Teruah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot falls in spring. I might be biased but I think we're pretty blessed to have the new year begin when there's new life and blossom appearing. On the other hand the weather and wind can be a unpredictable but hey, it keeps it real for Sukkot! This year there's the anticipation of celebrating Sukkot and all that it prophetically points to, but there is a longing to fellowship with our Father and bless Him, listen to Him and enjoy His family. Yakira and I have been excited with the very real expectation that for us there will be a freshness and new life so we have been busy making sure the fellowship home and gardens reflect this. So we not only make physical preparations but we prepare our hearts. Yom Teruah has been, Yom Kippur is upon us and Sukkot is before us. Looking forward to seeing you all drive through our gates!