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Passover: Rest, Relax, Lounge

I love the understanding of Jewish Roots and Hebrew when studying the New Testament.  It unlocks the mysteries of the gospels and gives a deeper revelation of what Jesus (Yeshua) is saying in scripture.  Two weeks ago while preparing a … Continue reading

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Passover: The Blood of the Lamb on the Door Post, the Gateway to Heaven:

Moses commanded the children of Israel to mark their homes with the blood of the Passover lambs. They were to dip hyssop into the blood and smear it on their doorposts. Although Passover was thereafter celebrated annually, the Israelite homes … Continue reading

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Preparing For Passover

Fourteen hundred years after the exodus from Egypt, Yeshua went to Jerusalem with His disciples to keep the appointed time of Passover. He and His disciples had been to Jerusalem to celebrate Passover many times, but this time, as they … Continue reading

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Fool, Today Your Soul is Required.

I preached this morning from Luke 12, But God said to him, ‘Fool! This night your soul will be required of you; then whose will those things be which you have provided?’ When Jesus says Fool, this is incredibly important … Continue reading

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Purim, Aunt Marjorie, and the Power of Prayer

I’m sitting waiting to take my parents to DesMoines, Iowa and board a plane back to Dallas this morning.  We’ve traveled to my mother’s sister celebration of Life service this past Thursday.  As I sat in Aunt Marjorie’s service, the … Continue reading

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Shabbat: God Sanctifies His People

Shabbat (Sabbath Day) is a Moadim. An appointed time when God meets with his people. It is a funnel from heaven to earth for God’s People. According to Exodus 35, The Tabernacle was to be a holy place, a sanctuary … Continue reading

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Friend Of The Bride Groom

At Mount Sinai, God officially proposed to Israel (so to speak) offering to make them His people if only they would obey Him and keep His covenant. The rabbis compared it to a betrothal. In that metaphor, the Holy One, … Continue reading

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