6 Responses to Shavuot and Its Hidden Meaning

  1. Andrew Pelt says:

    Great Article it its really informative and impressive keep us posted together with new updates. It was really precious. thanks a lot.

    • Batya says:

      Thank you, Andrew.
      Yom Teruah is filled with similar meanings about Israel’s restoration.
      Abba is always doing a new thing in the earth, and He is showing His children new things in His Holy Word. Truly, we love in exciting times.
      Batya

  2. Roger Peters says:

    Praise be to God, the Mighty God of Israel! What a wonderful explanation of the Feast of Weeks! I hope to personally participate in the reunification of the two houses of Israel and move back to the land of our inheritance from which we were driven so long ago. Accordingly, I waved two loaves of leavened bread today before our meal. I look forward to the total fulfillment of Joel’s prophecy that ALL flesh will be filled with the Ruach, our Comforter, just like the account in the Book of Acts of that unforgettable Shavuot following the Lord Yeshua’s departure. Batya and Angus, thank you for inspiring me over the years. God has really blessed you and your ministry. I pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Shalom. — Roger Peters, Klamath Falls, Oregon

    • Batya says:

      Thank you for your encouragement, Roger.
      This is such an important feast and seeing the two leavened loaves from Abba’s perspective is so important to understanding it.
      May Abba continue to bless you in a mighty way.
      Batya

  3. Susan Miller says:

    Batya

    Just finished reading your article on Shavuot…… bravo. I think that is the best explanation yet! Any sandwich is made up of two slices of bread. I am leaving for California and will be in Sausolito with my daughter, granddaughter, sister and two loaves of leavened challa on Shavuot. As a representative of Israel I will wave this bread in the presence of Yah and serve my family the leavened bread of the two covenants.

    We are leavened, we are lumpy, we are family, we are hungry and looking for sustenance. May we all sit in His Presence and partake of both loaves realizing that they are becoming one in our bodies. May we become One with Him as He is One with the Father in answer to His prayer.

    Understanding of this Mikra (rehearsal) is happening! We are getting there…..even if we have had to wait for it.

    If Passover is about partaking of the Lamb and eating unleavened bread for 7 days….and Shavuot is about waiting and counting 7 weeks, the covenant being given and the presenting of two leavened loaves; then we are half way to our destination. It is about Him…..it is about the Covenant….it is about us and the Covenant and Him becoming One.

    Then on with the journey through the long hot summer months while the fruits mature and we can celebrate the ingathering of all the fruits (and nuts) of Israel. May we all play our part well with dignity and love for the whole house of Israel.

    I really enjoyed this article

    Shabbat Shalom
    Susan Miller


    Susan Miller

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