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 why not evangelicals and charismatics?  Because they don’t have an Hebrew understanding to the BibleContinue reading “Yom HaAliyah: King of Kings and Lord of Lords”

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 it at Pentecost.  The giving of the Ten Commandments.  This is a time when JewsContinue reading “When You Help One, You’ve Touched the Whole World”

The Big List Of 33 Things That Are Going To Happen In September 2015

I know there is a lot prognosticators during this time of the year.  I don’t spend much energy upon all that is being said.  What I do know is the word of God.  The next 30 days is the greatest, anointed, blessed time for God’s people both Jew and Gentile who follow His timing andContinue reading “The Big List Of 33 Things That Are Going To Happen In September 2015”

Hebrew Thought: How Does God View Covenant of Marriage?

The Talmud says “One must always be careful of wronging his wife, for her tears are frequent and she is quickly hurt.” The husband of the woman suspected of adultery is brought to the Tabernacle. The priest officiating the ritual prepares a cocktail of water and dust from the Tabernacle floor. He makes the womanContinue reading “Hebrew Thought: How Does God View Covenant of Marriage?”

Shavout, The Feast of Pentecost

“From the day after the Sabbath, the day you brought the sheaf of the wave offering, count off seven full weeks (Shavuot).”  (Leviticus 23:15 In a rare alignment, this year, the Christian celebration of Pentecost (on May 24th) coincides with the Jewish celebration of Shavuot. While many Christians will be celebrating Pentecost on Sunday asContinue reading “Shavout, The Feast of Pentecost”


The Sin of Triangulation Thought for the Week: “Take full vengeance for the sons of Israel on the Midianites; afterward you will be gathered to your people.” (Numbers 31:2) Why did God want the Israelites to take vengeance on the Midianites? In an effort to ensnare the Israelites, the Midianites and Moabites had sent theirContinue reading “SIN OF TRIANGULATION”

The Tale of Two Wives

Torah Portion week 38, Numbers 16:1-18:32 The Two Wives Thought for the Week: A proverb says, “Woe to the wicked, and woe to his neighbor.” This applies to Dathan and Abiram, the neighbors of Korah. Dathan and Abiram were neighbors with a contentious man. That is why they were punished with him and were sweptContinue reading “The Tale of Two Wives”