Tag Archives: Jewish Roots

United We Stand

This past week we have heard a lot of opinions on whether we stand during the playing of our National Anthem or to take a knee.  We also heard the President in a speech call those who kneel an awful … Continue reading

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The Covenant of Salt

Tonight my wife and I along with our grandson celebrated Shabbat.  We love teaching our grandsons about the Covenant and Appointed time of the weekly Shabbat.  Our grandson is four years old.  His mother is a song writer and musician … Continue reading

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You Can’t Take It With You

Today I am preaching in Lewisville, Tx. on the Fruit of the Spirit, Faithfulness.  It is exciting to me to teach Biblical truths from a Hebraic mindset.  Most of Christianity is understood through a Greek mindset.  A Hebrew understanding of … Continue reading

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Feast of the Lord Podcast

Feast of the Lord Podcast recorded at Two By Two House of Prayer, Memphis, Tn. Saturday, June, 11th, 2016  

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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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