Yeast is commonly seen as a symbol for pride, something bad. Why does God command us to not eat leavened bread for seven days after Passover then at Shavuot (Pentecost) command that He be offered two loaves of leavened bread? How is the answer to this paradox found in Yeshua’s cryptic instruction to His disciples to beware of the “yeast of the Pharisees and Sadducees”? Continue reading Matthew 16 — Good or bad “yeast”?
Feast of Unleavened Bread 2007
Speaker: Richard Agee
Teacher: Daniel Agee
Just as Esther is the “hidden Jew” in the account recorded in the Bible book by the same name, Purim, or the Festival of Lots, is the hidden holy day with massive Messianic meaning for the Day of YHWH. [View pictures of Hallel Fellowship’s celebration.] Continue reading Purim (Festival of Lots): The “hidden” holy day
Hallel Fellowship celebrates a “wedding feast” after the seventh day of the Feast of Tabernacles has ended, i.e. after sunset. What is this all about? How is this connected to Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) and His promises to return? Daniel Agee explains from the Bible. Continue reading Sukkot: Why Do We Celebrate a Wedding Feast?
Daniel Agee explores the timing of the births of Yochanan the Immerser (John the Baptist) and Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) from descriptions in the Apostolic Scriptures and the prophetic messages of the Biblical celebrations of Passover, the Feast of Tabernacles and Chanukah.
David De Fever, coordinator of Hallel Fellowship, passes along what he’s learned about managing his anger and helping other believers in God to do likewise. He talks about the roots of anger, how it is expressed and answers audience questions about specific manifestations of anger in our lives. Continue reading Sukkot: Controlling Anger