Passover Seder Haggadah
This mostly English Messianic Passover Haggadah is short, but has basic traditional blessings that are recited at Passover. Please feel free to download and print this resource. This Haggadah was not produced by TorahResource, but we want to make it available for those that would otherwise not have one.
Thoughts on Purim
As suggested in the title, this paper looks at the festival of Purim. This study is perfect to read around the time of Purim, or during the year as a study in the book of Esther…
Sukkoth: Exploring the Significance of this Joyous Festival
In this article, Tim Hegg looks at the significance of Sukkot. Included, are the significance of 8 days, why we read Ecclesiastes (Qohelet) during this festival, and a look at the significance of the Sukkah itself…
Meaning of Kafar (to Wipe Away): Some Thoughts
Tim Hegg looks at the Hebrew word “kefar” and what it means. Normally translated “to cover, conceal,” by English translations when talking about God’s dealing with our sin, Hegg shows evidence that this word should more rightly be translated to “wipe away.”
Yom Teruah – Rosh Hashanah: Seeing Life from God’s Perspective
This short article focuses on the festival of Yom Teruah. Tim Hegg looks at the significance of this festival for believers in Yeshua…
Shabbat Zicheron: A Shabbat on which We Remember
Yom Teruah, the day for sounding the shofar, is also referred to in the Torah as שַׁבָּתוֹן זִכְרוֹן , shabbaton zicheron, a Shabbat of remembering, as noted in Lev 23:24…
Prohibited Foods for the Week of Unleavened Bread
In this single page article, Hegg outlines those items which the Torah specifically prohibits during the time of Unleavened Bread. For example, he considers only the actual biblical texts relating to this subject. He provides suggestions for families to implement in their homes. Finally, this article encourages us to embrace these days and allow them to instruct us in the Lord’s ways.