Thursday 23rd of May 2019
  • Follow Us:

Shavuot05

The Feast of Weeks

Shavuot 2005

“The ruach blows where it wills, and you hear the sound, but cannot determine from where it comes,

and where it goes: so is every one that is born of the Ruach haKodesh.”  Yochanan 3:8

Shavuot contains a seemingly infinite amount of information, history and experience regarding Torah and the Ruach haKodesh.  The Ruach haKodesh filled those in the upper room on Shavuot who kept their Appointment with YHWH.  Those who were not waiting on Him obviously missed a lot of excitement.  It is vital that each soul who walks in Y’shua celebrate the Moedim to deepen our relationship and understanding of who we are in Him.  Shavuot helps us to draw close to YHWH and experience His presence in our lives, one of the most effective Ways to experience YHWH is by studying His Word.  As a person passionately in love with another carefully studies to know details about their lover, so is each one in Mashiyach growing in Love with our Heavenly Father YHWH.  We carefully study His Word and listen to the Ruach haKodesh to intimately know Him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death;  If by any means we might attain unto the resurrection of the dead.  Not as though we had already attained, either were already perfect: but we follow after, if that we may apprehend that for which also we are apprehended of Mashiyach Y’shua.  Studying Torah brings more desire for Him into our lives, we want to know everything we can about YHWH and His Mashiyach Y’shua.

As we study His word we pray, Bo Ruach Elohim, Come Spirit of Elohim and guide us further into Your Truth.  We say Hineni, here I am, we are available to do Your will, we have complete Trust in YHWH.

Nearly 50 topics were broached this year during Shavuot, each one who attended made significant contributions to enter into and understand the Chag.  There were over 20 souls who gave or were prepared to give talks on a wide variety of topics centered on Shavuot.  The Feast came and went very quickly, we look forward to next Shavuot when we will again press forward to learn and experience more of the Joy of YHWH.  One Day soon we will be celebrating Shavuot and our lives will change forever, Mashiyach will again reveal His great and wondrous Love and the Power of the Ruach haKodesh will be poured out on His People, we are preparing for that day, not only on Shavuot but each day of our lives.  May YHWH help us to be a Kedoshim (Holy People) and receive His Spirit in Power.

Bo Ruach Elohim

Eric (left) spoke about haMishchah, (the Anointing) of the Ruach haKodesh. Kim on (right) spoke on how the story of Ruth plays an important role for us on Shavuot. David (left) spoke of the Four Sons, comparing the attitudes of four types of people as they consider what the Feast of Shavuot means and how to apply it.
Brian (middle) spoke on the anointing of the Ruach haKodesh and speaking in tongues. Russell (right) spoke about being led by the Ruach vs the flesh.
Vince & Erma preparing food, Vince spoke about how the Torah makes us a peculiar people unto YHWH otherwise we would all be… “the average Joe”…
Gail, Lucie and Kathy chopping veggies.

Delight yourself in YHWH;

and He shall give you

the petitions

of your heart.

Psalm 37:4

Holly & Edith big wide smileys…
Kitchen is buzzing with activity just before lunch. On each of the Shalosh Regalim (three foot Festivals) all the men of Israel are required to come up to the Feast of YHWH and bring as he is able, there is always plenty of everything for everyone. The Lodge at 2 VM Bible Camp was built in 1923 of cedar logs, a barrel stove in background provides plenty of heat and a pelton wheel on site provides electricity…a great way to escape Babylon and celebrate a Feast unto YHWH where YHWH chooses to place His Name.

Mikveh (Immersion)

Photo (left) shows the group headed up to a beautiful pond of fresh mayim chayim (living water) to witness the immersion of two men who are called by Mashiyach to follow Him.  Photo (right) two souls headed for Mikveh in the Name of Y’shua Mashiyach.

SCHEDULE 2005

7:30  AM   Morning Prayer Morning Prayer Morning Prayer
8:30   Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast
10:00   TORAH SERVICE SHAVUOT SERVICE CLEAN UP
12:00 PM Arrive Lunch Lunch Leave
1:30 – 3:30   Messianic Dance & Nature Walks Messianic Dance &

Nature Walks

 
3:30 – 5:30 Registration YESHIVA on Torah Portion Emor *Speakers / Open Discussion  
6:00 Kabbalat Shabbat Dinner Dinner *Speakers have 20 minutes to present topics followed by 10 minutes of open discussion.

**Campfire not for cooking purposes.

7:00 Dinner    
7:30   *Speakers / Open Discussion *Speakers / Open Discussion
9:00   **Campfire **Campfire
    *Speakers / Open Discussion (all night) Departure after Sunset

or in the morning.

BRING:  Scriptures, Songbooks, Psalms, Siddurim, Shavuot Machzor, Poems, Dances, Study papers etc.

Come prepared to lead topical discussions, give short sermons, what have you.

BRING: Sleeping bags, pillow, cushions, lawn chairs, flashlights

MATTRESSES ARE PROVIDED IN ALL CABINS

Kosher food items are welcome.

*Treasurer: Eric Massot

Event Coordinators: Yoseph Meyer & Guy Kelly

Chef & Kosher Policeman: David McCready

 

PLEASE CONFIRM RESERVATIONS BY EMAIL

Three times a year celebrate to Me.  Keep Chag HaMatzot, eat matzah… at the appointed time in the spring (when you went out of Egypt)… and a Chag Katzir [grain harvest] for the first fruits of what you have sown in your field, and a Chag Ha’Asif [fruit harvest] at the conclusion of the [agricultural] year…” Shmot 23:14-17

“Every man shall give as he is able, according to the blessing of YHWH your Elohim

which He has given you.”   D’varim 16:17

Event: Feast of Shavuot (Pentecost)

Place: DOUBLE V-M BIBLE RANCH

Cost: Freewill Offerings are welcomed

 

The Double VM Bible Camp is located 4Km East of Echo Lake and 1Km West of Ferry Creek on Creighton Valley Road.

The camp is best accessed from the East side of Cherryville.

The camp is situated on 88 acres of land on Creighton Valley Road

http://www.monasheetourism.com/Double%20V-M.htm

*No offerings are taken on HaShabbat or during the Festival of Shavuot

“And when Yom Shavuot was fully come, they were all with one accord in one place.

And suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind,

 and it filled all the house where they were sitting.”  Acts 2:1

CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT THE FEAST DATES

Menu Title