Some see similarities to Valentine’s Day. Once you grasp the historical background, however, it’s obvious that Tu B’Av—that falls on the 15th of August in 2019—has more to offer than candy, flowers and sentimentality.
Despite the terrible events that have occurred on this day in Jewish history, the mourning associated with Tisha B’Av will not continue indefinitely.
Consider what the indwelling ministry of the Holy Spirit means to you, to the success of your local church and your mandate to impact the world with the Good News.
Today as in ancient times, Israel and the worldwide Jewish community joyfully acknowledge God who is the source of both their material abundance in the harvest and spiritual bounty in the Torah.
Because of the persistent efforts of previous generations over the last 71 years, Israel and the worldwide Jewish community celebrate Yom Yerushalayim with great joy—as prophesied.