Hanukkah: The Hidden Truth

 

Hanukkah is approaching and many are gearing up for the celebration. But, ask yourself… do you really understand the true meaning behind this much-debated feast? As we work to reconcile the message of the Messiah with the Hebrew Roots of our faith, we must yearn to know the real context, uncover the lost stories… unveil the hidden truth.

Arthur Bailey will help you get there.

As with many traditions, Hanukkah is one that has changed significantly over time. Referenced in the Bible as The Feast of Dedication, much of the confusion hails from its initial practice. For followers of Yeshua—particularly those who are new to Hebrew Roots—it’s important to understand the origins of the festival, why Hanukkah is celebrated today and what it means to our faith. And once we know the truth, it’s important to spread the message far and wide.

In this teaching, Arthur Bailey will tackle common questions surrounding the religious festival:

  • Is Hanukkah truly a Biblical Feast?
  • How did the Maccabees celebrate Hanukkah?
  • What does the Bible say about The Festival of Lights?

Join Arthur Bailey this Thursday at 7 pm ET as he uses the Biblical and extra-biblical texts to uncover the hidden truths of Hanukkah! Please Share! Spread the Word. Be the Light! Would you like to download our most recent Hanukkah eBook?

Hanukkah is approaching and many are gearing up for the celebration. But, ask yourself… do you reallyunderstand the true meaning behind this much-debated feast? As we work to reconcile the message of the Messiah with the Hebrew Roots of our faith, we must yearn to know the real context, uncover the lost stories… unveil the hidden truth.

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  • Susan M Grogan says:

    Love the new site! Looking forward to tomorrow’s teaching. I haven’t been keeping this holiday and am very interested in hearing you discuss it. I thank YHVH for you.

  • Florence says:

    How do I connect with the Thursday night teaching?
    You are new to me.
    I grew up Jewish and I thought I knew about Hanukkah and now go to a Messianic Congregation in Walnut Creek (that is not where I live though). Our Congregation Brit Hadasha only meets twice a month which is better than a couple of years ago when we could only meet once a month.

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