The Heart of Shavuot

Today on Renewed Radio

This morning, Dr. Deb Wiley and Kisha Gallagher spoke with special guest, Dr. Hollisa Alewine of The Creation Gospel about the heart of the Torah and Shavuot (Pentecost). Where does the idea of “fire” on Shavuot originate? How are fire and water related? What message are we to learn from the traditional seven ushpizin (guests) that visit with YHWH’s people as they sit in their sukkot, and how does this connect with Shavuot? All these questions are answered and much more on Hebrew Nation’s Renewed.

Chag Sameach!

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2 thoughts on “The Heart of Shavuot

  1. Jay

    Shalom: i am a bit confused with the pricing explanation for Hotel accomodations for the “Joy of Sukkot” gathering in St. Pete. Are the amounts mentioned daily or weekly fees per person?. Also the $30 for Catered lunch is this a daily per person fee.
    Is there couple’s fee discount?. And the $50 registration fee, not sure if this money goes towards Hotel accomodations or to pay for another expense.

    Thanks for answering all my questions,
    Jay

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    • Hi Jay, the hotel prices are the discounted per night rate. The lunches are only for the 3 Sabbaths and Oct. 10th when Dr. Moen teaches and yes, that rate is per person. These prices are set by the hotel. The $50 registration is a one time fee that enables us to offer the discounted room rates, discounted resort fee (another fee charged by the hotel), use of meeting spaces, and other materials and expenses that are necessary to pull a group event like this off. However, if you happen to only be staying for certain days, the catered meals that fall on the days you are attending are the only ones that you need to pay for. I hope this helps. 😊

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