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Fall Feasts 2016 Shabbat Broadcast

by Kenny Russell

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Kenny Russell will be ministering tonight from The Hebrew Roots Center

10:30pm Israel time
3:30pm EST (USA)
8:30pm UK time

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Thank you for your teachings. My wife and I have been following you on Youtube. We have been searching diligently over the last year to get a grasp of the Hebraic Roots and the Messianic movement.

Dear Kenny, May YHWH bless you greatly for your obedience in life and ministry. We only recently found you, but already gained much blessing by your teaching. We’ve discovered the feasts and Torah about a year ago after many, many years of Churchianity, what LIFE it has brought into our dry spiritual bones!

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3 thoughts on “Fall Feasts 2016 Shabbat Broadcast

  1. Shabbat Shalom, brother Kenny.
    I would like to understand if the tradition of lighting candles on Shabbat is to follow and if it is good.
    And if the brothers do it, because I have always lit before and after, but I do not want to continue lighting without understanding things. I did it because I saw it, and they explained that it is symbolic.
    But I do not want to follow Jewish traditions, and they are wrong.
    Please can you explain to me how I start the Shabbat and finish it, and at what time do I do it?

    • Shalom Sister, yes the lighting of the candels by the woman of the house comes from Jewish tradition. We may from time to time light candles but it is not for traditional purposes it is just because we like having candles on the table.

  2. I listened to the Shabbat broadcast for the first time and really felt encouraged. Learning about the Lords feasts is fairly new to me and I look forward to learning more about them. God bless your ministry and the many souls that are touched by it