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Greetings Dear Readers:

I hope you’ll enjoy the video clip on Purim that we’ve included in this March issue of KALEIDOSCOPE, and I’d like to invite you to share it with others.

The story in the Book of Esther is one of many examples in Scripture of the attempted destruction of the Jewish people. Hamen, the viceroy to King Xerxes, concocted a manipulative plan to destroy all the Jews in Sushan and its provinces. The plan was born as a result of envy and jealousy of Esther’s cousin and the king’s advisor, Mordechai, a Jew.

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We’re heading to Phoenix, Arizona to appear on The Jewish Voice television show with host Jonathan Bernis, a Messianic believer and good friend.

Hebrew 101

Purim – lots (as in lottery)
Adar – the 11th month of the Hebrew Biblical calendar

Click glossary below for more we added this month!

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Dr. Richard Booker, MBA, Ph.D., is an ordained Christian minister, President of Sounds of the Trumpet, Inc., and the Founder/Director of the Institute for Hebraic-Christian Studies.


I hear many people, Jews and Christians alike, calling the festivals and assemblies of Leviticus 23 “Jewish Holidays.” And while I agree it is the Jews who reverently honor these Holy days, it is the voice of the Lord, who poignantly declares; “These are my feasts.”

And the Lord spake unto Moses, saying, Speak unto the children of Israel, and say unto them, concerning the feasts of the Lord, which ye shall proclaim to be holy convocations, even these are my feasts (Leviticus 23:1-2 KJV).

I deeply appreciate the Jewish disciples of the first-century movement called “The Way of Yeshua” who obeyed the commandment of our Lord, Jesus to take the good news of the Jewish Messiah to all the Pagan nations—nations of which I am a descendant.

In ancient times, all other nations except Israel worshiped Pagan gods such as Molech, Eshtar, and Ba’al. They appeased their gods through virgin and child sacrifices. They allowed the demonic hoards to use them in frenzied dances, orgies and drunken rituals. But Israel’s God in His mercy, desired fellowship with all who would hear His voice, so He pursued the people of the nations even though they were not asking Him to.


Why is Israel the most pro-abortion country in the world?

Abortion is a very sad issue and creates diverse opinions among the people of Israel in the same way it does in America. Americans remain divided on the abortion issue, with 47% of U.S. adults describing their views as “pro-choice” and 46% as “pro-life,” according to a May 2014 Gallup Poll.

In America, proponents of abortion also consider themselves to be liberal or progressive Christians and so it is in Israel, many liberal Jews side with pro-choice agendas. Since you mention Israel in your question, I need to clarify that roughly 75% of the Israeli population are Jewish and the remaining 25% are mostly Arab.



A traditional Purim favorite. And no sugar!

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Purim with Jonathan Settel
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Celebrating Jesus in the Biblical Feasts

Celebrating Jesus in the Biblical Feasts Expanded Edition: Discovering Their Significance to You as a Christian.

by Richard Booker

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Divine Time

When you recognize from scripture that God works in your life both in Providential Time and in Determinate Time then you can begin to profit from aligning your life with His rhythms of time.

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Just a Little Girl

When eighteen-year-old Victoria dies in the ICU and encounters an angel that gives her a prophetic mandate from God, her insatiable quest for spiritual enlightenment begins. As compelling as any contemporary novel, Just a Little Girl is the debut memoir of an inspiring woman with keen perception and exceptional resilience. This dramatic true story is a roller-coaster ride through supernatural experience, denominational enlightenment, and a teenage marriage that not only survives the loss of a child but thrives through unbeatable odds.

Shining a fresh light on the theology of a Jewish Jesus, the author deftly weaves the history of the Christian faith from its genesis of the first century to the present-day Greco-Roman Christianity—all the while giving us an up close and personal glimpse of an extraordinary life. A devoted wife, mother of six, and grandmother of nineteen, Victoria refuses to succumb to age and limitations. Far from “just a little girl,” Victoria Sarvadi’s unconventional journey from teenage motherhood to Hebraic scholar and teacher will captivate and consume you from start to finish.

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