Volume 1, Issue 9  
    September 2007  


      Summer is almost over and we are quickly approaching the Fall Holy Day season.  This is a very exciting time of the year.  First comes the Feast of Trumpets and quickly following is the Day of Atonement.  Next comes the most-anticipated Feast of Tabernacles, ended by the Last Great Day.

      Many believers in Yahweh look forward all year to the Feast of Tabernacles.  We are to live in temporary dwellings for seven days.  Throughout the year we are to save ten percent of our income so that we can afford to keep the Feast of Tabernacles with other brethren.  Many people come to the Feast from faraway places including other countries.  It is a time to reconnect with friends that you don’t get to see very often.

      The Feast is a wonderful, refreshing time of rejoicing.  Some people pitch tents, some stay in cabins, while others stay in travel trailers.  Children take the days off from school and parents take time off from work.  Often the trees are starting to turn colors and the mornings are chilly. 

      Once we are at the Feast, it is a time to enjoy good food, bible studies, activities, fellowship, and singing.  What are your favorite Feast memories?  Yahweh commands us to rejoice at the Feast of Tabernacles.  See you at the Feast! 


inside this issue  
The Fall Holy Days  
Color the Leaves  
Come to the Feast!  
Book of James  
Kosher Marshmallows  




"And ye shall keep it a feast unto Yahweh seven days in the year. It shall be a statute for ever in your generations: ye shall celebrate it in the seventh month."

— Lev 23:41



Color the leaves in Fall colors such as

red, orange, yellow, brown, and sometimes purple!


Come to the Feast!
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                                What can we learn from the Book of James?

  While the book of James only contains  5 chapters, we can glean a lot of good advice for how to conduct ourselves as we go about our lives!  James was one of Yahshua’s brothers, a son of Mary and Joseph.  At first he did not believe in Yahshua as the son of Yahweh, but eventually he did believe and became an important leader!  Be sure to read the entire book of James to see what other advice he gives.

1.  Be nice to all people no matter if they are rich or poor.  Do not show favoritism toward those who are wealthy.  Yahweh will not be pleased with partiality.

2.  Watch what you say.  We cannot truly love Yahweh if we curse other people. 

3.  If you are smart, don’t brag about it.  Live your life with wisdom.

4.  Don’t always expect your life to go according to what you want; remember that Yahweh may have different plans for you.

5.  Always be honest, but do not swear by Yahweh’s Name.   Your “yes” or “no” is good enough. 

6.  Always pray to Yahweh no matter what—in good times and bad.

We love roasting kosher marshmallows at the Feast!