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Hanukkah (KJV)

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Hanukkah Trivia:

Circle TRUE or FALSE

True/False The middle candle of the Menorah is called the Shamash.

True/False The events leading up to the Feast of Hanukkah were prophesied in the Book of Daniel.

True/False The Shamash is the Servant Candle.

True/False The Feast of Hanukkah has to do with the people rededicating themselves.

True/False I will be eating lots of jelly filled doughnuts.

Answers: True, True, True, False (Dedicating the temple), True

Hanukkah: The Feast of Dedication. A time to remember what God has done for us, in enabling the rededication of His Temple after it was profaned and we remember the supply of oil that lasted for eight days. 

We also light the Menorah that has a row of eight candles with the Servant Candle above it in the middle. One candle is lit everyday by the Servant Candle, as it is the source of all light for the other candles. The Servant Candle being “light” should also bring to remembrance one of God’s promises to us. The fact is that one-day the Servant of God, the true Light, Messiah will be amongst us. Isaiah 42:6 calls the Servant of God “a light.” As the Servant Candle gives light to all, so will the Servant of God give light to all of mankind.

This feast is a very unique feast. It was not kept in the Tanach, but the events leading up to it were prophesied in Daniel chapter 11 as a unique prophecy to Daniel. Daniel also gave a unique prophecy concerning the Servant of God, the true Light. In Daniel 9:25-26, it says that “from the going forth of the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem unto the Messiah the Prince shall be seven weeks, and threescore and two weeks … Messiah be cut off, but not for himself: and the people of the prince that shall come shall destroy the city and the sanctuary.” Daniel is telling us that from the decree to rebuild and restore Jerusalem there will be 483 years. Then Messiah will appear. He will appear and be cut off (die) before the second temple is destroyed. This means that Messiah was here in the first century.

If this is true, then who is the Servant of God, Messiah, the true Light?

What does the Tanach say about who He is?

Micah 5:2

Messiah will be born in Bethlehem.

Isaiah 11:1

He will be born into poor circumstances.

Isaiah 49:5,6

His mission is to bring Jacob to Him and be a light to the Gentiles.

Isaiah 53:3

Messiah would be despised and rejected.

Zechariah 11:12,13

He would be betrayed.

Psalm 22:16

He would undergo execution.

Isaiah 53:10,11

Messiah would be an offering for sin.

Isaiah 53:9-10

He would be buried and rise again from the dead.

Hosea 5:15; Psalm 110:1

He will return to heaven for a time.

Isaiah 53:11

Messiah will justify many.


Only one Jewish man fulfills all these verses and more concerning the true Light that gives light to all man. That Man is Yeshua (Jesus of Nazareth). He actually said, “I am the light of the world: he that followeth Me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life” (John 8:12). He is the Servant Candle that gives light to us all.

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