Messianic Synagogue South Carolina
In our Messianic Synagogue South Carolina in Myrtle Beach, Melech Ha Olam, we are excited about keeping His upcoming Fall Feasts!
The Feasts begin with The Coronation of The King, marking a future time of His return to Earth on Yom Teruah (Day of Blowing/Sounding, or “Feast of Trumpets”). During Elul, we are searching our hearts and repenting of all the filth that has collected since last year of Elul. We are “teshuvah”/returning to our first love — Him! — and the way of life through Yeshua HaMashiach, guided by the Ruach HaKodesh, and His Torah commands. On Tishrei 10, we will experience Yom HaKippurim, humbly confessing before the One True Judge, seeking his atonement and removal of our corporate and individual sins. On Tishrei 15, we will celebrate Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) for 7 days, remembering to love Him, our families, and the nations, and to fulfill our joy of the Wedding Feast and of dwelling with our Eternal Bridegroom here on Earth and in Eternity future. On Tishrei 22 – Shemini Atzeret – we will look to His completion and our “forever being with the L-rd”! We will also roll the Torah back for the ever-renewing cycle and celebrate Simchat Torah with praising and dancing. Baruch HaShem for His wonderful appointments to keep vigil with us and teach us! “Even so, come Ad-nai Yeshua”!
In a recent Torah portion, we learned of the value of the parapet/border around our roofs/house/spiritual temples, by using His Ruach, and His living Torah and all the Holy Scriptures to teach us to shine the light of His glory, thus blocking penetration of darkness and injury to our souls and others around us. We are taught according to the physical pictures of parapets throughout His Scriptures, exampled in the parapet/wall/breastwork/crown around The Holy Ark, The Table of Shewbread, The “HOLINESS To The L-RD” plate of pure gold around the mitre/turban of Cohen HaGadol, and the rim structures of the Temples – Beit HaMikdash, as well as other Biblical structures.
Friends, “guard your hearts with all diligence”, and everything within your spiritual houses! In our Messianic Synagogue South Carolina in Myrtle Beach, we desire to “seek His face”, and “visit in His temple”, as was written by David in Psalm 27, which we read every day of Elul and sound the shofar each morning accordingly.
“L’Shanah Tovah Tikatevu” — “May you be inscribed (in the Book of Life) for a good year”!
Hines and Cecelia