Yom Shabbat Shalom in Chinese

Shabbat Shalom 

 

Shabbat Siddur - from Lamp of Messiah Hebraic ministries

Mashiach Yeshua is a Torah observant Jew and Moshiach Yeshua is the Master of the Shabbat. Mashiach Yeshua correctly interpret the true meaning of observing the Shabbat as mention in base on the following factors:-

MattiYahu 12:1 -8; Mark 2:23 - 28; Luke 6:1 -5 Hebrews 4:1-13

The Kedoshim's everlasting Rest (Shabat)

Another reason for keeping Shabbat

Yeshayahu (Isaiah) 66:23And it shall come to pass, that from one new moon to another, and from one shabbat to another, shall all flesh come to worship before Me, saith YHWH.

Lecha Dodi (Go Forth, My Beloved)

Lecha dodi, lecha dodi, likrat kala

Pnai Shabbat nekabla

Shabbat Shalom, shabbat shalom

Shabbat Shalom umvurach

Go forth my beloved to meet the bride,

Let us receive the shabbat

Shabbath peace and blessing

Speak also unto the children of Yisrael saying, Truly My Shabbats you shall keep,
for it is a sign between Me and You throughout your generations, that you may know
that I am YHWH who sanctifies you.

Shabbat (שבת shabbāt, "rest" Hebrew, or Shabbos in Ashkenazic pronunciation; the Arabic day Sabt (السبت)), is the weekly day of rest. It is observed, from before sundown on Friday until after nightfall on Saturday.

 

To see how the Jewish Tradition for Hadlakat Haneyrot (Lighting the Candles)

Candle Lighting (Halacha, Jewish Laws, Jewish Customs) Audio

     

It is Erev Shabbat also some time known as Kabalat shabbat ( שבת קבלת) meaning receiving the Shabbat

Shalom in Singapore!

The practice of lighting of Shabbat Candles is merely Jewish Tradition, we are not  commanded in the written Torah. We place  emphasis on the Biblical command to sanctify the Shabbat with this Blessing.

Barukh  Atah Adonay Eloheinu Melekh ha Olam, asher kidshanu v'tzi vanu leka deish et Yom Ha Shabbat

Blessed are You Adonai our Elohim, King of the Universe Who sanctified us with His commandments and commanded us to sanctifiy the Shabbat Days.

Baruch atah Adonay Eloheinu Melekh Ha Olam, Asher Kidshanu Bid-varecha Ve Natan Lanu et Yeshua mishichenu Ve Tzevanu LeHiyot Or La Olam Amen

Blessed are You Adonay Eloheinu King of the Universe who has sanctified us in Your word and given us Yeshua a our Mashiach and command us to be light to the world Amen.

Saying of the Shema  

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Read Devarim 6:5-9; 11:13-21 Bamidbar 15:37-41

And Ha Benai Yisrael shall keep the Shabbat to make the Shabbat an eternal covenant for their generations. Between Me and Benai Yisrael it is a sign forever that in six days YaH Elohim made heaven and earth and on the seventh day He rested and was refreshed.

Erev Shabbat reading Tehillim 92

Chinese Psalms 92

Vietnamese Psalms 92

Reading the Scripture

Read Tehillim 92: 1 - 15 and Tehillim 93:1-5 (Complete Jewish Bible)

The SHEMA

Blessed, praised, glorified, exalted and upraised is the Name of the King who rules over the kings, the HOLY ONE, Blessed is He. For He is the First and He is the Last and aside from Him there is no other. Extol Him who rides the highest heavens with His name YaH and exalt before Him. His Name is exalted beyond every blessing. Blessed is the Name of His glorious kingdom for all eternity. Blessed be YHWH from this time forth and forever!

Bless YHWH the Blessed ONE.

Blessed is YHWH, the Blessed One for all eternity!

Song:

BLESSED ARE YOU

Blessed are You, O Yah our Elohim
Eternity's Holy King
Blessed are You, O Yah our Elohim
Whose Word brings on the evening

Chorus
Bar'ru et Adonai ham' vorach l' olam vaed
Bar'ru et Adonai ham' vorach l' olam vaed

By wisdom, O YaH, Heaven's gated open up
With understanding Your order the seasons
Creating day and night, turning darkness into light
Arranging the stars to Your pleasing

O blessed be the King, to the Holy One we sing
Lord of Hosts is Your Name
O ever living Elohim rule over us, now and forever the same.

Shalom Alecheim

Shalom Aleichem malachei ha-shareit
Malachei elyon
Mi-melech malachei ha-m'lachim
Ha-kadosh baruch hu.

Bo-achem l'shalom malachei ha'shalom
Malachei elyon
Mi-melech malachei ha-m'lachim
Ha-kadosh baruch hu.

Barchuni l'shalom malachei ha'shalom
Malachei elyon
Mi-melech malachei ha-m'lachim
Ha-kadosh baruch hu.

Tzei-t'chem l'shalom malachei ha'shalom
Malachei elyon
Mi-melech malachei ha-m'lachim
Ha-kadosh baruch hu.

Peace be with you, ministering angels
Messengers from the Most High
Who come from the King, the King of Kings
The Holy One, Blessed be He.

Enter in peace, angels of peace...
Bless me with peace, angels of 

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Fill the cup to the brim till it overflow

 

Kiddush fountain grape juice distributor

vine = "ampelos" "a[mpelo?" in Greek; Hebrew "Gefen" "!pg" or "@pg" Etymological dictionary  of Biblical Hebrew description of vine that is curve, twist, bend, low, gentle, meekness, humility in character.

Mattityahu 11:29 Yeshua said "Take my yoke upon you, and learn of Me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. "

Yeshua said "I will drink no more * * of the fruit of the vine," (Matt 26:29; Markos 14:25 and Loukas 22:18)

Yochanan 15:1 I am the true vine, and My Father is the husbandman.
Yochanan 15:4 Abide in Me, and I in you. As the branch cannot * bear fruit of itself, except it abide in the vine; no more can ye, except ye abide in Me.
Yochanan 15:5 I am the vine, ye are the branches: He that abideth in Me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: for without Me ye can do nothing *.

The Kiddish or sanctification incorporates the Fruit of the vine, it is a symbol of joy - Simcha. We set apart  the Shabbat as a day of joy and gladness to Almighty. Everyone should have wine  or juice for the Kiddush, and in some traditions, everyone stands while reciting the Kiddush.

L In the begining Elohim created the heavens and the earth. And the earth was formless and void, and darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of Elohim hovered over the surface of the waters.

L And it was evening and it was morning, the sixth day. Thus the heavens and the earth were completed in all their host. And He rested on the seventh day Elohim completed His work which He had made. And Elohim blessed the seventh day and sanctified (set it apart) it, which Elohim had created and made.

vayehi-Erev vayehi-voker Yom hashishi:

And there was evening and there was morning, the sixth day.

Beresheet 2:1 Thus the heavens and ha Eretz were finished, and all the host of them.

Beresheet 2:2Kiv-Int-link.gif And on Yom Hashishi Elohim (אלהים) ended His melakhto (works, מלאכתו) which he had made; and he shabat (rest שׁבת) on the Yom hashvi'i (seventh) from all His melakhto (works, מלאכתו) which he had made.

Beresheet 2:3 And Elohim (אלהים) blessed Yom Hashvi'i, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all His work which Elohim (אלהים) created and made.

L Blessed and praised are you, Adonay Eloheinu, King of the Universe, who has santified us by Your commandments and has taken pleasure in us.

In Your love and favour You have given us Your Holy Shabbat as an inheritance, as a memorial of creation,

it being also the first of the Holy Convocations in remembrance of the Exodus from Mitzrayim. It also reminds us from Yom Moshiach to come.

Blessed are You, YHWH, who sanctifies the Shabbat Amen

Barukh Atah Adonay, Eloheinu Melech ha'olam, boray pri hagafen.
Blessed and praised are You, Adonai our Eternal, Ruler of the Universe, creator of the fruit of the vine.

Optional Reading: YeshaYahu 5:7a; Yochanan 15:5,8

NOTES:

Most important and prime reason for all mankind to keep the Shabbat is that It also reminds us from Yom Moshiach to come. In fact Moshiach already come and we are to expect His soon return.  (Man's ANTICIPATION OF THE MOSHIACH )

Kiddush is not a holy communion or breaking of bread. The breaking of bread or remembrance feast  is known as "Passover" Yeshua is our Passover. It has to be unleavened bread. Taken either once a month or on weekly basis. For Shabbat bread "Challah" Visitors are invited to partake Kiddush and are invited to the front. Leader explain about the Lechem and salt and the wine.

Birkhat HaBanim (Blessing the children)

There are three blessing:
One specifically for sons, one for daughters and the traditional Aharonic Blrddinh (Numbers 6:4), which is spoken all the children.

Blessing for the boys (Barasheet 48:20)

Y'simkha Elohim K'Efrauo, v'lhi manasheh
May Elohim make you like Efrayim and Manasseh

Why the blessing for boys speaks of the brothers Efrayim and Manasheh and ot the patriarchs (in the manner that the blessing for girls speaks of the Matriarchs), Rabbi Shlomo Riskin has commented, It's precisely because Efrayim and Manasheh got along so well that they are mentioned, because most brothers in the Torah  for instance Kain and Avel, Yitzchak and Yishmael, Yaakov and Esav, Yosef and his brothers didn't get along well become bitter enmity. So that in blessing their sons to be like Efrayim and Manasheh, the parents are simultaneously expressing the hope that their sons will get along

As believers brothers and sisters do we learn to love one another?

Blessing for girls

Y'simeykh Elohim k'Sarah, Rivkah, Rachel and Leah
May Elohim make you like Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel and Leah

Eyshet Chayil - A Women of Valor (Mislei 31:10-31)

Any who are married, husband will now recite Proverbs 31:10-31 over his wife.

In Some Messianic fellowship, the wife then recites Tehillim 112 over her hushand. Kiddush (Sanctification or holiness)- Blessing Over the Wine Kiddush is a prayer recited over a cup of wine, small kids also included in the blessing.

Also blessing to the singles.

Barukh Aharon - Aharonic Blessing

This is an Aharon blessing by Levitical Kohen

 

N'tilat Yadayim - Hand-washing optional reading Tehillim 24:3-5

N'tilat-Yadayim washing your hand also be sure your heart is clean too

The Hand washing is a ceremonial cleansing, A N'tilat Yadayim jar, napkin and a bowl fill it with water wash the hand then pass the cup the next person.

Barukh Atah Adonay, Eloheinu Melekh ha'olam, asher kidshanu b'mitzvotav v'tzivanu al n'tilat yadayim
Blessed are you, our Elohim King of the Universe, who set us apart by his commandment and commanded us regarding the washing of hands.

Note: Yeshua warn those who are being inordinatedly Judgmental on the hand washing in MattiYahu 15:2. However Mashiach Yeshua still engaged in this practice washing of his Talmidim' s feet at the last Pesach Seder meal

After Wash hands keeping silence from the point of the washing of the hands until the blessing of the bread is spoken.

Hamotzi - Challah Blessing the Bread (Kosher)

Challah bread in pairsChallah bread cutting board Challah bread cover cloth

The Challah which is the Shabbat bread symbolizes the sacrifices in the Temple, and is thus a reminder of the sacrifice of Mashiach Yeshua for us.

The Two loaves represents the morning and evening sacrifices; they also remind us that we were to gather twice as much as mana on the sixth day in order to rest on the Shabbat. The Challah, woven together, reminds us of the mystery of the incarnation; it is sweet, reflects the lights of the candles, and it broken Challa for all to partake. The dipping on the Salt is added to the first bite to remind us of the Salt of Covenant.

The Challah bread (hllx loaf cake) is often place on tray and covered.

The Leader will uncover bread, lifts the two challah bread and give thanks:

Barukh Atah Adonay, Eloheinu Melekh ha'olam, hamotzi lechem min ha-Aretz
Blessed are you, Adonay our Elohim, King of the Universe, Who brings forth bread from the earth.

The Leader will then tears or break the bread , dips in salt (M-l-h) and passess to everyone to eat. The bread that is dip with salt  as the salt of Covenant this is to remind us of our covenant and the sacrifice (Vayikra 2:13). Mashiach Yeshua said these word "I am the bread which has come down from heaven (Yochanan 6:41) and told the disciple that "You are salt for the land come to mind as we savor the taste. (MattiYahu 5:13)

As we look at the bread and fruit of vine, it remind us  of a few  scripture that speak concerning bread and Fruit of vine. One of which is the Malki-Tzêdêk that brought forth bread and wine, was seen on the Shabbat in the pre-Messianic days look forward to the coming Mashiach, Bread and wine also seen in the Mishkan (12 loaves bread and wine), Mashiach Yeshua instituted the bread and wine (Matt 26:1-5,14-16; Mark 14:1,2 10-11; John 11:45-53). And today believer all over the world break bread and wine, and Shabbat having the challah bread and fruit of wine look back at the redemption work of Moshiach. It also reminds us that we were in the wilderness, Elohim provides a double portion of manna on the day before Shabbat. Therefore those who honour the Shabbat will have no lacking.

May commence the Shabbat Meal, Eat at ease, relax,recline, do not rush to eat. This is the time to sit together to fellowship, catching up with one another,  inquire each other about their well being, a time of family reunion dinner. Enjoy one another's presence

Berit Melah Eloheik ha  a covenant made binding by salt with Elohim

Where in the scriptures the word challah is mention? for those who use other version Authorised version strong to read the Hebrew word. (Also read Numbers 29:22-34)

Keyword: type of firstfruit, first offering, wave before YHWH, heave, involves consecration, works of Aharon priesthood, YHWH was to have the best of everything

Vayikra 24:5 And thou shalt take fine flour, and bake Sheteym Esreh Challot thereof: two tenths of an ephah shall be in Challah HaEchad.

Bamidbar 15:20 Ye shall offer up a challah (loaf, cake) of the first of your dough for a terumah: (hmwrt heave offering) as ye do the terumat goren (gift of the threshing floor), so shall ye set it aside.

Shemot 29:2And Matztsah Lechem, and challah Matstsah tempered with oil, and wafers unleavened anointed with oil: of wheaten flour shalt thou make them

Shemot 29:23| And one kekar (loaf) lechem (bread), and one challah of lechem shemen (oily loaf of bread), and one wafer out of the basket of the matzot that is before YHWH

Scripture reference concerning Berit Melah the salt of Covenant

Vayikra 2:13 And every oblation of thy meat offering shalt thou season with salt; neither shalt thou suffer the salt of the covenant of thy Elohim to be lacking from thy meat offering: with all thine offerings thou shalt offer salt.

 

Bamidbar 18:19 All the Terumah (heave) offerings of the set-apart things, which Benai Yisrael offer unto , have I given thee, and thy sons and thy daughters with thee, by a statute for ever: it is a covenant of salt for ever before unto thee and to thy zera (seed) with thee.

24:8 Every shabbat he shall set it in order before continually, being taken from Benai Yisrael by an everlasting covenant.

 

The symbolism of salt in Scripture

Salt represents judgment and desolation

Lot's wife destroyed and turns into pillar of salt (Beresheet 19:6)

Conquered land sown with salt (Softim 9:45)

Description of land if Yisrale disobeys  Hashem (Dvarim 29:23)

Description of a man who departs from Hashem (Yirmeyahu 17:6)

Judgment on Moav and Ammon ( Tzefanyah 2:9)

Salt represents purification

Used in making incense that is holy to YHWH (Shemot 30:35)

Requirement to offer salt with sacrifices (Vayikra 2:13)

Elisha uses salt to purify the water of Yericho (2 Melekhim 2:20-21)

Newborns rubbed with salt  (Yechezkel 16:4)

Salt used on sacrifices (Yechezkel 43:24)

Salt represents loyalty, welcoming and Covenant

On Shabbat a plate of salt is use, when the challah bread dip with salt

Covenant with the Kohenim (Bamidbar 18:19)

Covenant with David (2 Chronicles 13:5)

Salt represents the believer in Moshiach 's role in the world

"Ye are the Salt of the earth" (Mattityahu 5:13)

"Salt is Tov" (Mark 9:50)

Wholesome words, goodly word: Speech should be seasoned with Salt (Colossians 4:6)

The Covenant of Salt Rabbi Moshe Yoseph Koniuchowsky

 Salt as a blessing and curse in ancient times

Birkat HaMazon - Grace After the Meal  

This a time of Singing of Shabbat songs, hymns. It is a time of family Scripture study. The group can have a family devotion, or conduct a question and answering session. The Grace after the Meal is a traditional prayer.

Blessed and praised are You. Adonai our Eternal, King of the Universe who feed the entire world with Your goodness, with grace, loving kindness and mercy. You gave food to all flesh, for Your loving kindess endures forever. Through Your great goodness we have never lacked food:

O may we never lack it forever and ever for Your great Name's sake, since You nourish and sustain all beings and do good to all, and provide food for all Your creatures which You have created.

Blessed and praised are You, O Yah, who give food to all.

We thank You, Adonai our Eternal, because You did give as a heritage to our fathers a desirable , good and spacious land, the covenant and the Torah, and food in Plenty.

Blessed and praised are You, On Yah, for the land and for the food.

Have compassion, Adonai our Eternal, upon Yisrael Your people, and upon the Kingdom of the house of David, and doubly comfort us.

Blessed are You, O Yah, who in your compassion rebuilds Yerushalayim Amen.

Blessed and praise are You. Adonai our Eternal; Our Master, our Father, our King, who is kind and deals kindly with all ; You have dealt kindly, are dealing kindly, and will deal kindly with us.

Let us inherit the day that will be wholly Shabbat; and make us worthy of the days of the Moshiach Yeshua, and the life in the Olam Haba. He who makes peace in His High places, may he make peace for us and for all Yisrael and say Amen.

Worship,

Midrash  (portion Torah reading, sharing)

Q: Did the Shaliach Sha'ul (Paulos), The Apostle Paulos worship on the Shabbat?

A: IT IS WRITTEN;

ACTS 13:13-14, 17:2, 18:4

 Q: Did the early believers and followers of Mashiach Y'shua worship on Shabbat?

 A: IT IS WRITTEN;

ACTS 15:21, 16:13, MARK:16:1

Should the Gentiles / Goyim, / Nation / sons of Strangers celebrate Yom Shabbat?
Yeshayahu 56:6 Also the sons of the stranger, that join themselves to YHWH, to serve him, and to love the name of YHWH, to be his servants, every one that keepeth the Shabbat from polluting it, and taketh hold of My covenant;
56:7 Even them will I bring to My set apart mountain, and make them joyful in My house of prayer: their burnt offerings and their sacrifices shall be accepted upon mine altar; for Mine house shall be called an house of prayer for all people.

Elohim commanded it: "Blessed is the man ... that keepeth the shabbat from polluting it." "Also the sons of the stranger, that join themselves to YHWH, ... every one that keepeth the sabbat from polluting it, and taketh hold of my covenant; Even them will I bring to My set apart mountain, and make them joyful in My Beit Tefillah ... for mine house shall be called  beit tefillah for all people." Yeshayahu 56:2, 6, 7, emphasis added.

The Talmidim taught it:

"And when the Jews were gone out of the synagogue, the Gentiles besought that these words might be preached to them the next shabbat." "And the next yom shabbat came almost the whole city together to hear the word of Eloah." Acts 13:42, 44, emphasis added. "And he reasoned in the synagogue every shabbat, and persuaded the Jews and the Greeks." Acts 18:4.

The Tzedekat box are place near the entrance of Synagogue where the members of the congregation at their free will offering to Elohim. It is unlike the christian form where the offering back are pass round row by row

Why  we must observe the Shabbat:

  1. Shabbat remembers YHWH Elohim’s creation (Gen 2:2).
  2. Six days shall work be done; but on the seventh day is a  Shabbat Shabbaton  of solemn rest, a Mikra Kadosh( holy convocation); ye shall do no manner of work; it is a shabbat unto YHWH in all your dwellings. Lev 23:3 By keeping the shabbat set apart unto Him we show our love for Him and give recognition of His authority in our life. By not working is trust in His providence.
  3. Shabbat is one of the first things YHWH blessed (Gen 2:3).
  4. Shabbat is to remember the deliverance from Mitzrayim (Egypt) (i.e., Hashem’s salvation) (Deut 5:15).
  5. Shabbat is one of the 10  utterance (Commandments) we are not to omitted at our own favour and interpretation.(Exodus 20:8-11; Deut. 5:12).
  6. Shabbat also reminds us from Yom Moshiach had already come and we look forward to His soon return.
  7. We observe shabbat because Adonay Yeshua and His Talmidim observed Shabbat, Yeshua hold a gathering of His people on Shabbat at the synagogues (Mark 1:21, 6:2; Luke 4:16) Note teaching and Instruction given on Yom Shabbat. Why should we forsake the Shabbat when Yeshua Himself observe it..
  8. The Shaliach Rav Shaul observed Shabbat  even after Yeshua has risen and return to Heaven(Acts 13:13-42Acts 18:4).
  9. Shabbat provides Non-Jews believer in Yeshua  a way of identifying with the Jewish people and an opportunity to fellowship together with our Jewish brethren in Moshiach as ONE New Man. Learning about Shabbat improves your Jewish literacy to make you a more effective witness to the “lost sheep of the house of Yisrael” (Matt 10:19).
  10. Shabbat is a delight – not a burden; a time for celebrating your personal rest in our Moshiach Yeshua (Heb. 4:9) Shabbat also help your tired physical body restore and be refresh to coming week.

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The Shabbats and Moedims

The Shabbats and Moedim are forever and perpetually  actual opportunities abba has given us to; every week (Shabbat) be renewed and restored and  annually (Feasts of )  RENEW covennant both  in our relationship with our Heavenly Abba (personal redemption through the blood, water, Ruach HaKoDeSH  and resurrection victory of Moshiach Y'shua and as a community/national loving our neighbor as ourselves)  and the Restoration of Yisrael as we collectively  assemble together  as His people at the time  HE has chosen FOR US to worship and not by the regulation of councils and doctrines of men building their own kingdoms of this world by REPLACING THE HEAVENLY PATTERN with their own dates, times, names, customs and practices which are NON SCRIPTURAL, COUNTERFEIT AND FALSE......Come out of Her My People!

 

She'ybaneh Beit Hamikdash

May the Temple be built

She'ybaneh beit hamikdash

Bimherra beyameinu

Veten Chelkenu be'toratecha

May the temple be built soon in our day

And may your Torat be our portion

 

Shabbat Hamalka

The Shabbat Queen

 

Bo'u venetze likrat Shabbat hamalka

Hine hi yoredet hakedosha haberuka

Veima malachim tzeva Shalom unemucha

Boi Boi hamalka boi boi hamalka.

Shalom Alechem malachey ha shalom

 

Hahama rerosh hailanot nistalka

Bo'u unelaveh et shabbat hamalka

Tzetech leshalom hakedosha hazaka

Dei sheshet yamim leshuvech nechekeh

 

Ken ken lashabbat haba'a

ken ken lashabbat haba'a

Tzetchem leshalom malachey hashalom

 

The sun has gone behind the trees,

Let us greet the Shabbat queen

Here she comes, the holy the blessed one

With her peaceful army of angels

 

Come, come, queen, come come queen

Peace be unto you, angels of peace

 

The sun has gone behind the trees,

Let us greet the Shabbat queen,

Peace be with you, Oh pure one, oh holy one

Know that for six days we shall await your return

 

Yes, yes till the next Shabbat

Yes, yes till the next Shabbat

Peace be unto you angels of peace.

Baruch Hashem YHWH  b'shem Moshiach Y'shua TOGETHER as ONE BRIDE,

Yisrael in Ruach v'Emeth (spirit and truth).

Awemain

 

SHABBAT SERVICE FOR ROSH CHODESH Month of Aviv (New Moon)

May it be Your will, Yahweh Eloheinu and the Elohim of our forefathers, that you inaugurate this month upon us for goodness and for blessing.  May You give us long life ¨C a life of peace, a life of goodness, a life of blessing, a life of sustenance, a life of physical health, a life in which there is fear of heaven and fear of sin, a life in which there is no shame nor humiliation, a life of wealth and honour, a life in which we will have love of Torah and fear of heaven, a life in which Adonai fulfils our heartfelt requests for the good. Amein

May He who performed miracles for our forefathers and redeemed them from slavery to freedom ¨C may He redeem us soon and gather the dispersed of Yisrael from the four corners of the earth; all Yisrael becoming brothers.  Now let us respond: Amein

Leader     The new month Aviv, the beginning of months, will be on the Third Day which is coming to us, to Yisrael and to all the nations for goodness.

Cong The new month Aviv, the beginning of months, will be on the Third Day which is coming to us, to Yisrael and to all the nations for goodness.

May the Holy One, Blessed is He, renew it upon us and upon His people Yisrael and all peoples, for goodness and for blessing, for joy and for gladness, for salvation and for consolation, for good sustenance and for support, for good life and for peace, and for good tidings and for good news, for rains in their proper time, for complete recovery, and for early redemption. Amein

May today be your daybe your day of Jubilee

What is Shabbat - Walk or Shabbat day Journey

the event that take place :Moshiach Ascension and nomination of Talmidim

Shabbat walk is that one may not walk beyond 2,000 amot [ about a kilometer, assuming an amma is 48 centimeters / 19 inches] Any distance more than distant allowed is not restful. To learn more about the the laws of Eruv Tavhsilin please visit "ask the Moshe".  We can see the Talmudim return from a shabbat day Journey walk. We know for sure if we find a Shul that are likely to have Jewish community living close by.

 

 In the Mount of Olive there is a shabbat wire in Yisrael, the spot of Ascension and return of Moshiach. Acts 1:12 -23 Then they returned the Shaabbat-walk distance from the Mount of Olives to Yerushalayim. .....Therefore, one of the men who have been with us continuously throughout the time YHWH Yeshua traveled around among us, from the time Yochanan was immersing people until the day Yeshua was taken up from us - one of these must become a witness with uus to his resurrection." They nominated two men - Yosef Bar-Sabba, surnamed Justus, and Mattityahu.

 

Article about the shabbat day Journey

Things You Can Do to Make Your Shabbat Special:

Plan early to Invite your friends or your relative living within your neighbourhood for Shabbat dinner so provide an opportunity Share the goodnews of Moshiach Yeshua's love for them.

Spent quality time with your family and love one with edification of the scriptures.

Set a special table for dinner.

Arrange fresh flowers on the table.

Prepare ready the Shabbat items such as candles, fruit of vines, challah.

Give thanks for the blessings of the previous week, share with each other what Adonay has bless each one of us. It is good time to share your weekly testimony. pray for one another.

Light Shabbat candles

Say blessings over the wine and challah

Take a Shabbat walk with your friend and your family members enjoy the  greenery of  the gardens, beautiful flowers, parks and thank the Almighty of His  creation.

Read a special prayer for Shabbat, pray for the peace of Yerushalayim.

Avinu Malkheynu our Father our King
Lord we delight in your Shabbat
We enter Your rest and
Your praises we sing
Lord we delight in Your Shabbat

We delight (3X)     )in Your Shabbat    ) 2X

In six days You painted the face of the earth
And carved out a day when

You'd rest from Your works

You brought forth a nation from Abraham

And spared his son Isaac

providing the ram

We delight (3X)     )in Your Shabbat    ) 2X

The prophets foretold
that Mashiach will come
Shema Yisrael YHWH God is One
And just as You rested
when Your work was done
We enter Your rest by the work of Your Son

We delight (3X)     )in Your Shabbat    ) 2X

The lilies You dress

And the sparrows You feed

You Elohim provide every need

Your people will enter

Your rest when we cry

"Barukh Haba B'shem Adonai”

We delight (3X)     )in Your Shabbat    ) 2X

Read THE GENERAL RULE CONCERNING THE PRINCIPAL ACTS OF LABOR ON Shabbat

Summary outline

  1. Sowing
  2. Plowing
  3. Reaping
  4. Binding sheaves
  5. Threshing
  6. Winnowing
  7. Selecting
  8. Grinding
  9. Sifting
  10. Kneading
  11. Baking
  12. Shearing wool
  13. Washing wool
  14. Beating wool
  15. Dyeing wool
  16. Spinning
  17. Weaving
  18. Making two loops
  19. Weaving two threads
  20. Separating two threads
  21. Tying
  22. Untying
  23. Sewing two stitches
  24. Tearing
  25. Trapping
  26. Slaughtering
  27. Flaying
  28. Salting meat
  29. Curing hide
  30. Scraping hide
  31. Cutting hide up
  32. Writing two letters
  33. Erasing two letters
  34. Building
  35. Tearing a building down
  36. Extinguishing a fire
  37. Kindling a fire
  38. Hitting with a hammer
  39. Taking an object from the private domain to the public, or transporting an object in the public domain.

(Mishnah Shabbat, 7:2) Mishnah means An early written compilation of Jewish oral tradition, the basis of the Talmud.

Shabbat Basic Requirement Check list

 

 Other information about Shabbat
Erev-ShabbatHadlakat Haneyrot (Candle Lighting Messsianic Siddur)
[Rabbinical] Havdalah order of Service and the Biblical understanding
Bread and Cup Malkitzedek
Mashiach Yeshua in the Shabbat
Shema Reciting
Remembrance Feast - Fruit of Vine and Bread
[Messianic Siddur] Shabbat Oneg :- Shabbat Delight
Erev Shabbat Kiddush
Shabbat: light is Mashiach
Kiddush and Shabbat Zemirot and Prayers by 613.org

The Babylonian Talmud : Tract Shabbat songs , preparation list
The Seventh Day Shabbat, which day to keep from the Bible?  by the Restored of Church of Tehillim
Shabbat in the Temple -The Temple: Its Ministry and Services Alfred Edersheim
Shabbat Service @ Kehilat Torat Chaiim
SEVENTH DAY Shabbat WAS ESTABLISHED AS AN ETERNAL LAW/PRINCIPLE BEFORE THE MOSAIC LAW
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Shabbath A Practical look at the Seventh Day
[PDF] Order of Messianic Shabbat service online
[PDF] Order of Messianic Havdalah Service online
Learn some  traditional Shabbat songs
How Should Christians Keep The Sabbath (David Brown, AMFI)
Should Gentiles Keep The Sabbath (David Brown, AMFI)
How Should Christian Gentiles Keep Jewish Holidays (David Brown, AMFI)
Hebraic Torah Transliteration Scriptures
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