Kiddush for Festivals for Messianic Gentiles
The festivals celebrated in Judaism are special appointed times to meet with the Almighty. Colossians 2:17 declares them to be a “shadow of things to come, and their essence is of Messiah.” Not only do they teach us about the Messiah but they are also a foretaste of what we will experience in the Messianic Era. The traditional declaration of Kiddush focuses on Israel's special relationship to the festivals. Vine of David presents this alternate prayer that is especially appropriate for Messianic Gentiles. Learn to sing this declaration for the next festival. Lyrics are provided in Hebrew, transliteration, and English.
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