Tag Archives: Hebrew Thought

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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The King Is In Your Field

In the next 38 days the we will see the greatest convergence of God’s Appointed Times, His High Holy Feasts the world has yet seen.  Why?  Thirty eight days from now on October 2nd is the End of the last … Continue reading

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Early In the Morning Judah Leads In Praise

Each week in Judiasm, Messianic Judiasm, and Hebrew Roots there is a scripture reading and application from the Torah (First five books of the Bible).  This weeks reading is very significant as we finish out our Fifty Day Journey from … Continue reading

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Yom HaAliyah: King of Kings and Lord of Lords

Why most believers celebrate the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus, very few Evangelicals celebrate His Ascension.  Catholicism and Eastern Orthodox churches, the so called High Church, still honors and celebrates this day as one of the greatest of Christianity.  But … Continue reading

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When You Help One, You’ve Touched the Whole World

Passover to Pentecost, a Fifty day journey of maturity.  Part of this biblical season is the counting of the Omer.  This the time from resurrection of Yeshua when the first barley grain shows on the stem to the maturing of … Continue reading

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