Shavuot is God's commanded day to remember His gift of the Torah to Moses (and us) on Mt. Sinai. Also, this was the day the Ruach Ha Kodesh came down on those who were gathered in a Shavuot celebration at Jerusalem after the resurrection of Yeshua. He wrote the Torah on their hearts that day, and He's still doing it today. Haleluyah! We take His Word wherever we go. We are His disciples - teaching others about Yeshua and His commandments. You can learn more about this commanded feast, and see photos of our past celebrations, in my blog posts HERE.
This week, in preparation for Shavuot, I found this video about the Torah. It asks the question, "What would a world without Torah look like?" We watched this video at our synagogue's celebration, and I hope you will watch it, too, dear Gail-Friends: If the Jewish People Never Received the Torah
On Shavuot, it's a tradition to parade the Torah and to praise Adonai for His great gift. I love this video of a celebration of Shavuot. If this song gets your toes to tapping, grab your gift -- the HOLY BIBLE - and join the dance!