The Torah and Israel
The Torah and the Temple
The Messiah, the Sabbath, and the Resurrection are all intricately connected. The Scriptures connect them in a very profound and intimate way.
Psalm 96, the second psalm of Kabbalat Shabbat gives the command to declare Yeshua and to show signs and wonders.
The first Psalm on Erev Shabbat that is said for the receiving of the Sabbath is Psalm 95. Why is this Psalm chosen as the first Psalm out of all the Psalms?
The worship of the ‘queen of heaven’ was one of the most wicked forms of idolatrous worship.It is especially hateful and odious to HASHEM.
The Sabbath שבת and Faith are connected in three parts. Part 1: Faith is connected to the Sabbath Part 2: Faith is connected to the Kingdom. Part 3: The Sabbath is connected to the Kingdom.
The Kingdom of HASHEM is connected to the resurrection of the dead מחית המתים . The resurrection of the dead is in turn connected to the Sabbath.
The Psalms for the receiving of the Sabbath or Kabbalat Shabbat קבלת שבת have common theme: The Kingship of HASHEM.