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Hanukkah, the Feast of Lights, is not only the winter festival that Yahshua attended in Jerusalem despite attempts on his life, but it is the perfect celebration for those who have begun the arduous, yet joyful journey out the prison of man-made religion. Hanukkah reminds us of the reason for the season as we expose and root out pagan sun-worship activities surrounding the winter solstice – and we re-dedicate (hanukkah) our lives to the one who delivered us from the death grip of the pagan religious systems of Babylon, Egypt, Greece, and Rome.
Appropriately, Hanukkah 2010 was the setting for the long awaited teaching by Michael Rood entitled, The Chronological Gospels in the Light of the Torah. Michael invited his audience to peer into his lifetime work as he established the events of the Messiah’s life and his seventy-week ministry in exacting chronological order. Similar projects had been attempted many times over the past several hundred years, yet all had failed because of general misconceptions concerning the Creator’s reckoning of time and overall ignorance of the prophetic nature of the Feast of the LORD that Yahshua went up to Jerusalem to fulfill. After setting the stage for the past fifteen years with over 150 television programs burned into over 20 volumes on DVD, Michael takes us on the final path of the journey as the schoolmaster – the Torah leads us to the true Messiah who reveals the Gospel of the Kingdom.
Michael has labored for nearly forty years to perfect this unique perspective of the Scriptures, and Hanukkah – the Feast of Dedication – was the perfect time and season to re-dedicate himself to the task of articulating the “Gospel of the Messianic Kingdom” that Yahshua prophesied would be preached to the entire world in the last days.