Hannukah Then And Now Ebook - Arthur Bailey Ministries

Hannukah Then And Now

The Book of Maccabees has a lot of information that is not so much related to Hanukkah, but it’s always in the same vein of giving us historical insight as to what happened during those years that the church says God was silent.






HANNUKAH THEN AND NOW CONTENT HUB

The Book of Maccabees has a lot of information that is not so much related to Hanukkah, but it’s always in the same vein of giving us historical insight as to what happened during those years that the church says God was silent.

  • What is Hanukkah?
  • Is Hanukkah biblical?
  • Who should celebrate Hanukkah and why?
  • How should Hanukkah be celebrated and how long?
  • When should Hanukkah be celebrated?
  • And much more...

EXCERPTS FROM THE DVD AND BOOK

  • Today we will be talking about Hanukkah. We’re going to be looking at Hanukkah then and now. In the informational message that I’ve sent out, there were certain questions that I am going to answer. These are the questions that people have asked me to answer. However, I was certainly going to touch on these in my teaching.
  • All of you are here because you heard a message; you were on the broad way just like so many others. You heard a message, you detoured, you got off that path, and you got on a much narrower path. And with that, the resources are going to come from a lot less people, but I’m trusting that the Father is going to raise those people up. I’m expecting the wealth of the wicked, and it’s going to come folks. I hate to say it like this, but it comes in a variety of ways. Whether it be through inheritances, whether it be through insurance policies, however it be. Father knows how to get the resources to you, but you’ve got to be prepared to do with those resources what needs to be done. 
  • Hanukkah today has become a holiday much like Christmas to many, with all of its traditions and miracles that never happened. Now, the thing about traditions is that they’re going to creep in. It doesn’t matter who you are. If you’re a Baptist, you’re going to develop Baptist traditions; if you’re a Methodist, you’re going to develop Methodist traditions; if you’re Christian reformed, or Lutheran, or Pentecostal, you’re going to develop traditions. If a child grows up in tradition, the child is going to see their faith. It’s not what they hear, it’s what they see. So when Yeshua says, “Do what the Pharisees say, don’t do what they do.” He was talking about not doing their practices. When the Pharisees teach what Moses taught, do that. But how do you know if the Pharisees are teaching what Moses taught, if you don’t know what Moses taught?
  • And so, all of these traditions come into play, and often times the traditions have symbols. Most traditions have symbols. What does the dove represent? As a Christian, when you saw a dove, what did you think of? The Holy Spirit! So, the Holy Spirit becomes associated with the dove.

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