Hanukkah – Becoming a Light for Someone

During this festive season of 2020, many find comfort in the holidays that give people a sense of anchor and belonging. Such is the case with Hanukkah currently in Israel. With only a few days left before Hanukkah, we look to the scripture to find the true meaning of this festival.

Did you know that Yeshua himself celebrated Hanukkah? Hanukkah in Hebrew means: Dedication.

“It was now winter, and Jesus was in Jerusalem at the time of Hanukkah, the Festival of Dedication.”

John 10:22

To this day Hanukkah is a very special time in Israel, a time of miracles. God’s miracles. Hanukkah symbolizes: light, a feast of victory, freedom of worship. It is a special time for families to gather together around festive tables and blessed one another with gifts to celebrate this special festival.

Currently, due to the devastation Covid has brought on so many families this year, we see them struggling and fighting for survival.

We have an opportunity to bless Israel during such a significant time when the nation is celebrating in anticipation precisely what they need most: God’s miracle!

We can bless them with a wonderful festival, to bring them God’s light, love and provision through the much needed help made possible by your generosity and kindness. You can be the reason a family can joyfully celebrate Hanukkah this year, thanking God for you.

While celebrating this very festival, Yeshua said in Jerusalem: “I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish; no one will snatch them out of my hand.” (John 10:28)

This is the perfect time to remind Israelis there is hope in Yeshua, their Messiah.

Let’s bring joy and anticipation of miracles back to the people of Israel during such difficult times, through acts of kindness that reflect the giving heart of God, as well as a deep prophetic fulfillment.

Your donation releases joy and an overflowing thankfulness towards God.

Could there be a bigger blessing than to become an answer to someone’s prayer and a reason God is praised and thanked?