Worship Viewership Growing
Our live Sabbath services each week host nearly 400 connections over several media platforms. That means as many as 800 viewers could join our Sabbath services, as each computer or device statistically hosts an average of two participants hearing the neglected truths of the Bible. Praise Yahweh. The live stream can be found on Youtube, Facebook, Roku and Our App!
Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread in 25 Days
We pray you are making arrangements for Yahweh’s commanded moedim of Abib, April 7 and 9-15. Use up any leavening and leavening agents before the Feast. Be diligent to check your salt shakers, as some suppliers add sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) to their salt. The same for bottled drinking water, as some brands are enhanced for taste with bicarbonate of soda. In a week and a half we will be observing the new moon of Abib (March 25) and call on your help in sighting the thin crescent.
What about the Coronavirus?
A few have asked in light of the virus scare whether we will still be hosting Passover and the Feast at Holts Summit. Worship of Yahweh is the utmost priority in the lives of believers. We will keep Yahweh’s holy days so long as we are physically able, and as always we trust in the providence of Yahweh.
Practice Good Hygiene
To minimize the spread of any virus it is necessary to take the following steps:
* Viruses spread from person to person via tiny water droplets when we cough, sneeze, and even talk. Sneeze and cough into your shirtsleeve and not into the air. Droplets can travel six feet in the air. Keep an arm’s length away from others.
*Minimize or eliminate hand shaking.
*Don’t touch your nose, eyes and mouth.
*Wash your hands often.
TEST YOUR TUTELAGE
“Yehovah” is the closest pronunciation of our Creator’s Name.
The pronunciation “Yehovah” is a hybrid of the four Hebrew letters of Heavenly Father’s Name (i.e., yod-hey-waw-hey) and Adonai. Based on scholarship, the correct pronunciation is Yahweh. Consider the following reference: “Jehovah [or Yehovah], an erroneous pronunciation of the name of the God of Israel in the Bible, due to pronouncing the vowels of the term ‘Adonay,’ the marginal Masoretic reading with the consonants of the text-reading ‘Yahweh,’ which was not uttered to avoid the profanation of the divine name of magical or other blasphemous purposes. Hence the substitution of ‘Adonay,’ the ‘Lord,’ or ‘Adonay Elohim,’ ‘Lord God.’ The oldest Greek versions use the term ‘Kurios,’ ‘Lord,’ the exact translation of the current Jewish substitute for the original Tetragrammaton Yahweh. The reading ‘Jehovah’ can be traced to the early Middle Ages and until lately was said to have been invented by Peter Gallatin (1518), confessor of Pope Leo X. Recent writers, however, trace it to an earlier date; it is found in Raymond Martin’s Pugeo Fidei (1270)” (Encyclopedia Americana, vol. 16, p. 8). For additional information, read our online article: The Yehovah Deception.