Hanukkah 2018 – Watch Online

Date: Saturday, December 08, 2018

Time: 10:00am to 9:00pm


WATCH LIVE, replay, and even download all the action with Michael Rood, Jim & Penny Caldwell, Ryan Mauro, and Andrew Jones for a donation of just $79!

PLUS, you’ll get a DISCOUNT CODE for 20% off the Hanukkah 2018 DVD, Blu-ray or audio-only USB (available before December 31).


Saturday, December 8

  • 10:00am – Teaching with Andrew Jones
  • 11:15am – Teaching with Ryan Mauro
  • 2:00pm – Teaching with Jim and Penny Caldwell
  • 3:45pm – Teaching with Ryan Mauro
  • 7:00pm – Panel discussion with Michael Rood and guest speakers


Step 1Complete this form and donate $79 to watch online

Step 2: After you enter your donation information, you will be sent a confirmation email that includes your “watch online” password PLUS your 20% discount code to purchase the upcoming Hanukkah 2018 DVD, Blu-ray or audio-only USB (available before December 31).

Step 3: Visit the “watch online” page on December 8, 2018 (starting at 10:00am Eastern) to watch live and/or download all the action from Hanukkah 2018! The teachings will be broadcast live on this page and, once processed, made available for download on the same page. (Remember to save your discount code until the teaching becomes available before December 31.)

WATCH LIVE: Hanukkah 2018 will broadcast LIVE from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm Eastern on Saturday, December 8.


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What Is Hanukkah?

Hanukkah is also called the Feast of Dedication. Though not a commanded feast like Passover or Sukkot, John 10:22-23 tells us that Yeshua went to the Temple for the “Feast of Dedication,” also known as Hanukkah (in Hebrew, Hanukkah means “the dedication”).

In 2018, Hanukkah is from sundown December 3 through sundown December 11, as referenced on the Astronomically and Agriculturally Corrected Biblical Hebrew Calendar.

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The account of the origin of Hanukkah can be found in the historical book of Maccabees (part of what is known as the Apocrypha – a historical collection of books that has been removed from most Bibles today).

The feast remembers when a Greek king named Antiochus Epiphanes invaded Jerusalem and banned anyone from reading the Holy Scriptures. He outlawed the worship of the God of Abraham (YeHoVaH) and desecrated the Temple.

Despite much less manpower, a Israelite man named Judah led an army to victory over Antiochus and reclaimed the Temple. Then, over eight days, they rededicated the Temple to the Almighty. In remembrance, they instituted the feast of Hanukkah.

What Does It Mean?

The point of Hanukkah is to celebrate the power of the Almighty’s people over those who want to destroy our faith.

It is an expression of the fact that the Almighty will not be outlawed and his Word will not be subverted. It is a reminder to dedicate ourselves to him, to remain faithful, and to stand strong for him.

This feast is a beautiful reminder that as faithful servants, we can come together and do amazing things. We are strong because our strength comes from the LORD. Hanukkah is a feast for all of the Almighty’s faithful!

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