WHAT IS TESHUVAH?
Teshuvah means to Repent/Return. Repentance is a 365-day call for those seeking an abiding relationship with our Father.
The 40 days of Teshuvah generally occurs between August and October on the Gregorian calendar. As the Spirit awakens us to the Jewish teachings of our Father, we see that Teshuvah annually connects us to our Hebraic roots and to our Hebrew Messiah in order to better prepare for His Return.
Teshuvah is a call to humble ourselves, repent for personal and corporate offenses and turn from our selfish ways to our Father’s righteous Ways. Repentance removed the enemy’s stronghold, releasing the floodgate of restoration and revelation.
The Repentance Focus for each of the 40 Days of Teshuvah is offering repentance prayers for our failure to Honor Our Father’s Name and Word as we walked contrary to His Torah Teachings.
Through these next 40 days we will be Restoring Our Father’s Teachings. This process, research and documentation of historical facts were all compiled by:
Marilyn Lake Griffin – Founder and Director of “Ministries of New Life”
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