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Many have wondered about the above emblem. Therefore we will now explain some of the symbolism. The seal was used by believers in Y’shua in the first century in Jerusalem; especially in the Messianic Synagogue led by James, the brother of our Lord, Jesus the Christ. The seal was discovered on artifacts that were secretly excavated from Mt. Zion prior to the 1967 Six Day War.

Most people readily recognize that the Star of David, the national symbol of Israel, is apparent in the symbol. However, what is less intuitive is that the Star of David is NOT an additional or separate part of the overall is rather MADE by the combination of two other symbols.

The Menorah reminds us of the Holy Temple of the Older Covenant, and conveys hope and salvation. Furthermore, seven is the number of perfection; so the seven-branched shape symbolizes the Tree of Life that stood in the middle of the Garden of Eden. We believe that this tree will stand again, in the New Jerusalem, with the promise given to believers of eternal life.

Truth in fact, the seven lamps represent the intense light of YHWH, and His illuminating presence in the middle of the New Jerusalem – the light that precedes and outshines the sun. Certainly, the Menorah also speaks of the Light of God’s Word, and the Righteousness of the Lord.

For many years the Menorah stood alone to represent the Torah, and the Fish was swimming on its own to represent Grace. However, in these last days, YHWH is restoring truth to His people, and the two have been made one in Y’shua. When Torah and Grace are in perfect balance, joined together, only then can they reveal the Star of David – the Son of David who is our Messiah and King.

What is commonly recognized as a MENORAH with a triangular base, a distinctly JEWISH symbol

Hence, the Messianic Seal reflects the heart of God, and His original intent for all people. Jews and Gentiles, all people, are to find our identity together as one, belonging to Him. As written: But now in Christ Jesus you who once were far away have been brought near by the blood of Christ. For he himself is our peace, who has made the two groups one and has destroyed the barrier, the dividing wall of hostility.He came and preached peace to you who were far away and peace to those who were near. For through him we both have access to the Father by one Spirit. Consequently, you are no longer foreigners and strangers, but fellow citizens with God’s people. Praise the Lord, who has made us one with each other and One with Him. Hallelu Yah, and Amen.

Ephesians 2

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Welcome to Fountain of Blessings, a fellowship based on the grace of our Lord
Jesus Christ, Yeshua Ha Mashiach;
The love of God, Elohim, El Shaddai;
And the fellowship of the Holy Spirit, Ruach HaKodesh.

We are devoted to the true love of our Eternal Father, Abba. Therefore, we teach the Christian faith from the Hebrew Roots. Indeed, our Father, our Lord and Savior, is Jewish. Therefore, we give instruction and share from the Middle Eastern perspective.

It is no wonder Yeshua declared, “Salvation is from the Jews."
The Semitic perspective sheds unique light on the Word of God. This allows us all to see how the Bible is clearly applicable and practical. Our prayer is to encourage individual study and research of Scripture as well. Each one teach one.

Join us and see how God, the Fountain of Life and Blessings, may reign in, and rain on our lives. "In Your light, we see light." May the Lord bless you in this journey.


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