There are certain times and days that have been sanctified by the LORD as special to Him. These are not times developed by the traditions of humanity, but days made holy by the will of God.
To those of us not reared in the traditions of Judaism, the significance of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot can be a bit perplexing.
Isn't December 25th the day of our Savior's birth? I don't want to be a messianic grinch, but the answer is "probably not." We can't know exactly what day Y'shua (Jesus) was born, so the odds are probably something like 365 to 1 on just about any day you'd care to choose!
Most of us soon learn that modern life requires careful planning and time management. Who hasn’t been late for an appointment, class or family function at one time or another?
Soon it will be the Jewish year 5760 and many people are looking for the return of the Messiah after almost 2000 years since his first coming and 6,000 years of human history — Well when we get to the year 5760 do we still have 240 more years to get to 6000 years?