President Trump Hanakkuh Speech

President Trump’s Historic Hanukkah Speech Celebrating Embassy Move to Jerusalem

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President Trump’s Historic Hanukkah Speech Celebrating Embassy Move to Jerusalem

SARASOTA, FL – President Trump made history in his Hanukkah speech Dec. 7, 2017 while weaving the U.S. Embassy move to Jerusalem announced a day ago.  President Trump’s knowledgeable and gracious speech accurately describing details of the ReDedication of the Temple by the Maccabees truly honored  the Jewish heroic sacrifice their forefather’s made to restore the Temple while preserving the Jewish family heritage.  The ReDedication we also call Hanukkah, Chanukah or the Festival of Lights.

President Trump masterfully recited the heroic deeds of the Maccabees accurately and graciously while adding reason for the Jewish people to celebrate the announcement of the U.S. to move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem only a few days ago.  The move was set into law 1995; however, every President has only [dishonorably] delayed the matter. Each president since the enactment of the recognition of Jerusalem would have signed the waiver 16 times; never fulfilling the promise: underwhelming. Trump has kept another campaign promise by moving the embassy to Jerusalem. Stunning.

Hanukkah arrives Dec. 12, 2017 lasts for eight days.  Wikipedia describes Hanukkah:

Official name Hebrew: חֲנֻכָּה‎ or חנוכה
English translation: “Establishing” or “Dedication” (of the Temple in Jerusalem)
Observed by Jews
Type Jewish
Significance The Maccabees successfully rebelled against Antiochus IV Epiphanes. According to the Talmud, a late text, the Temple was purified and the wicks of the menorah miraculously burned for eight days, even though there was only enough sacred oil for one day’s lighting.
Celebrations Lighting candles each night. Singing special songs, such as Ma’oz Tzur. Reciting the Hallelprayer. Eating foods fried in oil, such as latkes and sufganiyot, and dairy foods. Playing the dreidel game, and giving Hanukkah gelt
Begins 25 Kislev
Ends Tevet or 3 Tevet
Date 25 Kislev
2016 date Sunset, 24 December to nightfall, 1 January
2017 date Sunset, 12 December to nightfall, 20 December
2018 date Sunset, 2 December to nightfall, 10 December
Related to Purim, as a rabbinically decreed holiday.
President Trump’s Historic Hanukkah Speech Celebrating Embassy Move to Jerusalem

This author raised a Gentile, was systematically taught to deprecate the Apocrypha throughout different flavors of Western Christianity [without even reading it]; however, upon reading the book of Maccabees, serious questions come to light about [antisemitic] modus operandi which eliminated the Apocrypha from the publication of the bible. The apocrypha had been included in the bible until 1825 when publishers eliminated it.  Although not a bible scholar, this author easily recognized parts of the book of Maccabees where the Apostle Paul would have referenced in our New Testament.

This [gentile] author cannot overstate how stunned he was reading the book of Maccabees, the display of heroism, bravery, courage and unflinching dedication to what the Jewish people knew of YeHoVaH’s instruction in the Torah.   Their lessons of dedication to the family sharply rebukes our modern day deprecation of family values. IMHO to wonder why YeHoVaH didn’t speak for 400 years is a stunning testimony against ourselves by reason of our own ignorant deafness.  After reading the book of Maccabees we must take personal inventory and ask ourselves the question, “did YeHoVaH not speak [for 400 years]?…Or  are we not listening?”.   I would go so far to issue an apology to the Jewish people for the anti-Semitic agenda of our forefathers.

Overall, nearly any legitimate ministry who respects the Nation of Israel touts the U.S. moving the embassy a comparable historical event rivaling the 1947 creation of Israel, as well as a prophetical harmonization of scriptural not limited to the book of Isaiah.   A few of those ministries include Elshaddaiministries.us, CurtLandry.com, CBN, Lamb and Lion.

Hear President Trump’s speech about Hanukkah also celebrating the embassy move to Jerusalem here…

President Trump’s Historic Hanukkah Speech Celebrating Embassy Move to Jerusalem
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