YAH’S True SHABBAT is scheduled weekly from usually sun-down Friday to sun-down Saturday.
On YAHUVEH/YAHWEH GOD’S HOLY Shabbat day (Saturday), we gather together as YAHUVEH GOD’S people to worship HIM. SHABBAT is a Special Set Apart /Holy Day of YAH (a.k a GOD, in Hebrew) for us to Fellowship with HIM or spend time with HIM as well as fellow brethren in YAHUSHUA.
SHABBAT is actually observed in the HEAVENS on a weekly basis. It is not just for mankind. YAH too observes it.
As mankind (made in YAHUVEH GOD’S beautiful image), we are usually too busy to spend quality time with YAHUVEH GOD during the weekdays. That is why YAHUVEH GOD set aside one day weekly for us to stay away from work so that we can rest as well as spend time in HIS WORD and interacting with HIM. YAHUVEH GOD created us to have a loving obedient relationship with HIM daily. Just as HE shows us HIS LOVE daily, we are to show HIM our love to HIM.
SHABBAT is therefore a very special day. We are commanded to honour it with all our hearts as a sign between us and YAHUVEH GOD!
MEETING Details TO BE UPDATED from time to time. Please do contact us for more information.
2 pm to 5 pm
Where / MEETING Venue:
Dennistoun Town, Glasgow East End, G31 2AS
If we are to meet on Sundays at all, we would do a series of BIBLE STUDY on a particular book of the Holy Biblical Scriptures or a particular Topic as led by the RUACH HA KODESH. We prefer to avoid taking part in Sunday worship due the revelations given by YAH through Amightywind Ministry and the late TORAH-Keeping Christian Archaeologist Ron Wyatt of how it will affect mankind during the GREAT TRIBULATION to come.
Exodus 20:8-11 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
ד 8 “Remember the day, Shabbat, to set it apart for God. 9 You have six days to labor and do all your work, 10 but the seventh day is a Shabbat for Adonai your God. On it, you are not to do any kind of work — not you, your son or your daughter, not your male or female slave, not your livestock, and not the foreigner staying with you inside the gates to your property. 11 For in six days, Adonai made heaven and earth, the sea and everything in them; but on the seventh day he rested. This is why Adonai blessed the day, Shabbat, and separated it for himself.
Deuteronomy 5:12-15 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
ד 12 “‘Observe the day of Shabbat, to set it apart as holy, as Adonai your God ordered you to do. 13 You have six days to labor and do all your work, 14 but the seventh day is a Shabbat for Adonai your God. On it you are not to do any kind of work — not you, your son or your daughter, not your male or female slave, not your ox, your donkey or any of your other livestock, and not the foreigner staying with you inside the gates to your property — so that your male and female servants can rest just as you do. 15 You are to remember that you were a slave in the land of Egypt, and Adonai your God brought you out from there with a strong hand and an outstretched arm. Therefore Adonai your God has ordered you to keep the day of Shabbat.
Isaiah 56: 1-5 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
56 Here is what Adonai says:
“Observe justice, do what is right,
for my salvation is close to coming,
my righteousness to being revealed.”
2 Happy is the person who does this,
anyone who grasps it firmly,
who keeps Shabbat and does not profane it,
and keeps himself from doing any evil.
3 A foreigner joining Adonai should not say,
“Adonai will separate me from his people”;
likewise the eunuch should not say,
“I am only a dried-up tree.”
4 For here is what Adonai says:
“As for the eunuchs who keep my Shabbats,
who choose what pleases me
and hold fast to my covenant:
5 in my house, within my walls,
I will give them power and a name
greater than sons and daughters;
I will give him an everlasting name
that will not be cut off.
Matthew 12:1-14 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
12 One Shabbat during that time, Yeshua was walking through some wheat fields. His talmidim were hungry, so they began picking heads of grain and eating them. 2 On seeing this, the P’rushim said to him, “Look! Your talmidim are violating Shabbat!” 3 But he said to them, “Haven’t you ever read what David did when he and those with him were hungry? 4 He entered the House of God and ate the Bread of the Presence!” — which was prohibited, both to him and to his companions; it is permitted only to the cohanim. 5 “Or haven’t you read in the Torah that on Shabbat the cohanim profane Shabbat and yet are blameless? 6 I tell you, there is in this place something greater than the Temple! 7 If you knew what ‘I want compassion rather than animal-sacrifice’[a] meant, you would not condemn the innocent. 8 For the Son of Man is Lord of Shabbat!”
9 Going on from that place, he went into their synagogue. 10 A man there had a shriveled hand. Looking for a reason to accuse him of something, they asked him, “Is healing permitted on Shabbat?” 11 But he answered, “If you have a sheep that falls in a pit on Shabbat, which of you won’t take hold of it and lift it out? 12 How much more valuable is a man than a sheep! Therefore, what is permitted on Shabbat is to do good.” 13 Then to the man he said, “Hold out your hand.” As he held it out, it became restored, as sound as the other one. 14 But the P’rushim went out and began plotting how they might do away with Yeshua.