Presentation on theme: "Chanukah. 3 to 4 week study on the “Dedication” of the alter Part 1: A)Background B) Brit HaDasha Yeshua’s Words C) End-time Prophecies D) Prophecies."— Presentation transcript:
3 to 4 week study on the “Dedication” of the alter Part 1: A)Background B) Brit HaDasha Yeshua’s Words C) End-time Prophecies D) Prophecies Part 2: A)Alters in Scripture B)The Dedication Alter & Temple C)Oil or… Part 3: A) Macabees and the true account of what happend
Chanukah Chanukah, the Jewish festival of rededication, also known as the festival of lights, is an eight day festival beginning on the 25th day of the Jewish 9 th month witch is Kislev. Chanukah is probably one of the best known Jewish holidays, not because of any great religious significance, but because of its proximity to Christmas. Many non-Jews (and even many assimilated Jews!) think of this holiday as the Jewish Christmas, adopting many of the Christmas customs, such as elaborate gift-giving and decoration.Kislev It is bitterly ironic that this holiday, which has its roots in a revolution against assimilation and the suppression of Jewish religion, has become the most assimilated, secular holiday on our calendar.
Chanukah Significance: Remembers the rededication of the Temple after it was defiled by the Greeks Observances: Rededication of the Temple. We will learn how. Length: 8 days Prophetic nature: End of Days?
Chanukah What does the order of things matter? Why does Yeshua say things, and why is the order so vitally important? Yochanan 10:1-21 Part 1 Yochanan 10:22-28 Part 2
Chanukah Mattiyahu/Mat 24:1-16 (Specific verse 15) Mark 13:1-20 (Specific verse 14) Luke 21:1-29 (specific verses 20-22)
Chanukah Mat 24:15 - The abomination of desolation - This is a Hebrew expression, meaning an abominable or hateful destroyer. Spoken of by Daniel the prophet - Dan_9:26-27; Dan_11:31; Dan_12:11, see the notes at those passages. Standing in the holy place - Mark says, standing where it ought not,” meaning the same thing. All Jerusalem was esteemed “holy,” Mat_4:5. The meaning of this is, when you see the Roman armies standing in the holy city or encamped around the temple, or the Roman ensigns or standards in the temple. Josephus relates that when the city was taken, the Romans brought their idols into the temple, and placed them over the eastern gate, and sacrificed to them there, “Jewish Wars,” b. 6 chapter 6, section 1. Whoso readeth... - This seems to be a remark made by the evangelist to direct the attention of the reader particularly to the meaning of the prophecy by Daniel.
Chanukah Daniel, that is, “God is my judge”; דָּנִיֵּאל Spoken of by Daniel the prophet - Dan_9:26-27; Dan_11:31; Dan_12:11, see the notes at those passages. Standing in the holy place - Mark says, standing where it ought not,” meaning the same thing. Read Dani’el Chapters 9 ALL, 10 ALL, 11:15-18, 11:29-36, 12 ALL