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The Desert Can Be A Place To Blossom

This week’s Torah Reading is from Numbers 1:1 -4:20, The reading is called “Bamidbar”, which means “in the desert,” and it is the first portion of the book of Numbers. We always read it just before Shavuot/Pentecost. But why?The reason … Continue reading

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The Rider of White Horse and Covid19

In Revelation 6:1-2, “there is a description of the first Horse and it’s Rider, “I watched as the Lamb opened the first of the seven seals. Then I heard one of the four living creatures say in a voice like … Continue reading

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50 Day Journey from Passover to Pentecost: Don’t Let Your Love Grow Cold!

50 day journey from Passover to Pentecost: For centuries the Rabbis have taught during the 450 year bondage of Egypt the Israelites had given into 49 levels of Idolatry and Bondage. According to Leviticus 23 the Sabbath after Passover the … Continue reading

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Passover Haggadah: Christ in the Passover Seder

CHRIST IN THE PASSOVER SEDER Passover Seder Wellspring Israel/Jim & Debbie Laymon  Introduction: Candle Lighting:  A woman or older girl lights the candles, then she reads the blessing.  Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the universe, who has … Continue reading

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Numbers Having to Do With Corona Virus and Passover

Nisan means Miracle. This first month of the Biblical Calendar is called Nisan. In Hebrew the first syllable of this word is “née” which means “miracle”. God told the children of Israel that I want to make this your first … Continue reading

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God’s Got This Pandemic

As we enter in to Shabbat at Sundown today I’ve been thinking about the coming to an end of the last month of the Biblical Calendar, Adar. To see what it looked like in the Bible really is not much … Continue reading

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Guidelines How to Live In Today’s Culture

1 Thessalonians 4: Paul visits the Thessalonians for 3 weeks and gives the guidelines on how to live a life set apart from their culture much like today. Listen to audio teaching:

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