Teshuvah, Turn, Return, Answer Back!
The thirteenth Day
The work has begun
Excellent progress I must say
This plowing and turning
Definitely hard work
I mustn’t quit or shirk
Set the plow for deep
Well this is new to me
He said it’s for moisture retention
Its something new to see
I’ve never worked the fields
It is where we spend our days
I’ve come to love the work
“He has set my heart ablaze”
The work, though hard and grueling
“A day with Him is worth it all”
This is a labor full of love
Precious Teshuvah beginning of the fall
© laurette laster 2019
As many know and many are seeing Teshuvah has deep profound meaning to me. The Lord revealed the meaning of the fall feasts to me because someone asked me a question.
What was the question? Glad you asked, the question asked was, “what is Rosh Hashanah? Adding I knew you would know.” But, I didn’t know.
What a deep subject, one of the prophetic feasts of Jehovah. A new moon feast, hidden moon, the only feast in a new moon. Syzygy, when the earth, moon and sun are in perfect alignment and the moon is hidden between the earth and the sun from our view. Very much there just not visible to us.
“But as to that day and the exact time no one knows–not even the angels of heaven, nor the Son, but the Father alone” (Matthew 24:36). And again in Acts 1:7.
The feasts of the Lord, (Leviticus 23) His moedims, the rehearsals, holy convocations, written and detailed as God made covenant with Israel, now revealed and fulfilled in Jesus Christ our Lord. A hidden meaning until Christ Jesus came and revealed by fulfillment the meaning of the Spring Feasts. And we know the Fall feasts will be fulfilled. During the fall which is fruit season.
Teshuvah is a face to face encounter. Teshuvah is an invitation to join into a covenant with our Great God and Resurrected King. It is a vow, a promise, a ketubah.
Ketubah (means it is written)
Finding your partner, your basheret, your soul mate, is one of the hardest things to do, so to celebrate that with a wedding, in front of everyone you love that has brought you to this moment is an incredible celebration.
That’s why so many use the phrase, “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine,” in their wedding invitation, programs and especially their ketubah.
The Ketubah is a signed document (it is written) exactly what the bridegroom professes and vows to his bride. The care, the love, the promise of commitment, the financial responsibility, the protection, a home, and what he will do and be responsible for If the covenant is nullified. The Ketubah is ornate and displayed in the couples home as a reminder and for beauty.
Our Bridegroom has given us a very ornate and detailed Ketubah. It is written, it is recorded, it is signed in The Precious Blood of Jesus Christ, our Redeemer.
Our Holy bible is two, dual testaments and covenants, full of the promises He has vowed to keep. Let every matter be established by two witnesses. That is why the Bible alive. The Bible is the living, witnessed, testified, verified and sanctified oath of our Bridegroom to His body, His ecclesia, His chosen and dearly loved.
The Ketubah is signed by the bride and groom under the chuppah in front of witnesses…
Would you consider making a deep lasting covenant with our Resurrected King? Just say, yes “I will.”
Do you see parallels, pictures, meaning and prophetic truth? “I do!” Pun intended.
What a love story, what a vow…
Do not miss your day of visitation.
I have blotted out your transgressions like a cloud, and your sins like a mist. Return to Me, for I have redeemed you.
“Ani L’Dodi V’Dodi Li”
I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine.
The Lord bless you and keep you and make His face shine upon you and be gracious to you. The Lord cause His countenance to rise upon you and give you Shalom.
Until next time, thank you for listening with me. Laurette