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by Timothy Seelig

This time between Pentecost and the Fall Feasts is a time when Israel was on their journey to the Promised Land. They were going where they did not know but God was with them. We cannot give up our Journey.

by Timothy Seelig

Each of God’s Holy Days has great meaning about His plan of salvation for us in the church today as well as for the world. These days lay out God’s plan for mankind. We are here on Pentecost as the first fruits He has chosen. How is His plan going today? His plan starts with His first fruits.

by Timothy Seelig

What’s the condition of your moral compass? This is the time of year that we should be examining ourselves. Are we truly in the faith? Are we following God? Are we enduring the trials that come along, committing ourselves to God, and continuing on toward the “Promised Land”?

by Timothy Seelig

We need the Passover – it’s a reminder that we accepted Jesus Christ as our Savior, that we had no hope without Him, that He sacrificed Himself for our sins, and that we are to live with a determination each day to be more like Him.

by Timothy Seelig

The whole world must come to repentance, and it must start with the sons of Jacob. God’s promise to restore Israel is contained throughout the Bible. The magnitude of this prophesied restoration is highlighted in Isaiah 49:20.

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How do we keep motivated to follow God, knowing that we will have to face difficulties from time to time along this spiritual journey? How thankful are we that we don’t have to make this journey alone? Joshua 1:9 “…do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.”

by Timothy Seelig

How is your faith? Has it grown since you buried that “old man” in baptism? Has it grown since the last Passover? Faith is more than believing in someone or something. True faith is believing God–believing that what He says He will do, He will do.

by Timothy Seelig

We've been set apart, not by our own efforts or abilities, but by God's grace and mercy. When life deals a heavy blow, whether by design or by chance, and God doesn't answer in the manner that we think He should, what do we do?