Messiah In The Feasts
Here are the videos produced by One In Messiah. Learn deep insights into the scriptures and find your destiny inside God's timetable.
He Is The Bread Of Life
Discover how Passover applies today, not only for the Jewish person, but for everyone. Bring in ALL of Jesus.
His Holy Spirit
Learn about the connection between the giving of the Commandments on Sinai and the filling of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost/Shavuot.
Be blessed bu this teaching on the return of the King of all Kings. The Trumpets will one day be heard in the sky? Are you ready?
Worship With Us
Please join us as we observe the weekly feast of YHWH, our Creator,--the Shabbat (Sabbath). He established the Shabbat, along with marriage as a blessing for mankind at the creation of the world. Just like the covenant of marriage it was given long before there were any Jews, so the Shabbat was given long before the people of Israel. It is for ALL people in every culture--just like marriage.The Shabbat is a promise that YHWH is sanctifying us and making us holy, or kodosh and set apart to serve and honor Him.
An Appointed Time
The Shabbat begins at sundown on Friday evening and continues until sundown on Saturday evening. It is customary to begin the Shabbat with the lighting of the sabbath candles, prayer, singing, Bible reading,Kiddish, which is a special blessing over Challah, a special braided egg bread, and wine/grape juice. Afterwards Shabbat Shalom, or Sabbath Peace is sung or spoken as a blessing on all in the home.
The hours of Shabbat are kodosh. Try to use this sacred time to focus on Y'shua. Some of the ways we do this is by not working, shopping, buying things, listening to secular music, reading secular materials, or watching secular films or televiision. Face book, social media, gaming, and email should also be suspended during these sanctified hours. Ask the Holy Spirit to lead you in what is pleasing to Abba YHWH. He has promised to lead you into all truth.
Refresh and Renew
We meet every Seventh day (Saturday) at 4:00 PM. On the Shabbat nearest to the new moon, or Rosh Chodesh, we will be having a special meal together called an Oneg, which is Hebrew for delight. We will be bringing food to share that is in accordance to the food guidelines for YHWH's set apart people in Leviticus 11, which specifies no pork or shellfish. There will be a special webpage announcing the New Moon feast.
Who We Are
Followers of The True Lion Of Judah
One In Messiah
Hebraic Christian Assembly
Lion of Judah Hebraic Christian Community is a family friendly gathering of both Christians and Jewish believers in Y’shua/Jesus who seek to meet the need in Tallahassee for a fellowship that is walking in the Hebraic roots of our faith. We are part of the Hebraic Global Christian Community.
There is a spiritual stirring of the Holy Spirit that is moving in Tallahassee. Many Jews are believing in the Messiah that Moses the Prophets and the Psalms wrote about. He died for our sins and rose again on the third day. Y'shua is the Messiah. As it is written, "You will not allow Your Holy One to see corruption".
Part of this move of the Spirit is the quest among many Christians around the globe to restore the Hebraic foundations of their faith. At Lion of Judah, we are learning to walk out our faith from the perspective of the example of the first century followers of Y’shua/Jesus (Acts 2:42-47). We believe in the eternal authority of the entire scriptures, which includes the weekly Sabbath given to humanity by God at Creation (Genesis 2), Sabbaths/Feasts of Leviticus 23, which according to Isaiah 66:23 will be celebrated in the Messiah’s kingdom.
All believers in Messiah are welcome in the Name of YHVH/Jehovah regardless of race, ethnicity gender, socio-economic status, or denominational affiliation. We believe the Holy Spirit is gathering into Messiah Y’shua a united believing community of Jews and Christians who desire to walk in the Biblical foundation of the first century believers, thus forming together the “One New Man in Messiah” (Eph. 2:15). Join us as fellow bondservants as we seek to advance His kingdom and bring joy to His heart.