High Holy Days

High Holy Days

What about Repentance?

Repent is a confusing word. It is one of those English words that has more than one meaning. One meaning is “to feel regret” or “to feel sorry.” A strong regret, but still primarily a feeling. We see this usage in the King James Version of the Bible in places such as “God repented that He had created man” at the time of Noah. The other meaning is…

Forty Days

The Forty Days of Repentance have started. The Jewish world is preparing for the High Holy Days, but some of you may be wondering, “What does this have to do with us, the followers of Messiah Yeshua?” For hasn’t our Messiah: …entered into the Holies once for all—not by the blood of goats and calves but by His own blood, having obtained eternal redemption. (Heb…

Yom Kippur Service – September 28, 2020

Welcome to B’rit Hadasha! Because of the current limits that have been placed on the number of people that can assemble, we are live streaming our Yom Kippur service. Live stream of our Yom Kippur Service from Monday, September 28, 2020: Please remember that our tithes & offerings are part of our worship. You can click here to make your donation online (opens in…

Getting It Right

Yom Kippur gives us the chance to get it right. Right with HaShem and right with one another. This day is a day of national repentance and cleansing, so that the Jewish people can intercede for all nations during Sukkot. But, every nation, every kingdom, is made of individuals. Each of us must address our issues individually, so we can address our national sins before The…
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