The month of Adar is the twelfth and last month of the Hebrew year. Then, comes the first month of Aviv and the season of Passover as we start over.
The saying is, “As Adar arrives, our joy is increased."
This month is a month of great joy as we celebrate Purim. Purim is a great rejoicing because YAH saved our ancestors in Persia from Haman’s plot to put an end to them forever, or so he thought and planned.
However, YAH turned his plans around and on his own head, and so we rejoice! YAH gave the Yahudim the right to defend themselves and stop those who were going to destroy them. YAH gives us victory in our own lives as we look to Him and Him alone!
Rosh Chodesh Adar falls on the evening of February 15th this year of 2018. February is Black History month in the United States.
We rejoice because YAH saved them, His people, from slavery and death. We also celebrate great accomplishments by African-Americans which YAH gave them to do.
What most people don’t know is that most Africans that come to America on slave ships were Yahudim. That’s right, they were Hebrews living in Africa.
This could be the beginning of the end to the thinking that because the people came over with Christian masters that they were also Christians. They were, in fact, forced to convert or die.
So, we can rejoice to know the origins of Black History in this country and to await many others to come back from deception, hatred, falsehood, and idolatry!
In freedom, there is great rejoicing! Whether you are African-American or not, we are all brothers and sisters. African-Americans (and many others) will be set free to worship once again the One true Elohim YAHUAH!
He is doing it, and we can rejoice for all those coming back to Him, His Torah, and Commandments!
This rejoicing can really prepare us for Passover for a great exodus is about to happen. We have much family to meet that we don’t know just yet. This reunion is real as YAH will be freely bringing them.
So, rejoice and thank Him throughout the month of Adar!
YAH is my strength and song, and He has become my deliverance. HalleluYAH!
Happy Rosh Chodesh Adar!
Blessed be the Name of YAHUAH now and forever!