an article by Joel Allen We are in the season known as Teshuvah. This occurs every year in the Hebrew month Elul and usually falls in the summer month of August. Teshuvah is a period of time between Elul 1 and Yom Kippur that is a traditional observance calling God’s people into repentance and returning…

Starting in the Hebrew month Elul 1 (August 16, 2015) the Jewish people have traditionally kept was is known as Teshuvah, which is the Hebrew word for repentance. Approximately 40 days are set aside for prayer, fasting, and turning our hearts toward the Father. These days build up to the 1st of the seventh Hebrew…

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