Day 4 of Elul: The Law of Displacement

Day Of 4 of Teshuvah of Biblical month of Elul. Teshuvah means RETURN or REPENTANCE as in to the Lord. Blow your Shofar 4 times. The Number 4 in Hebrew has to do with Times and Seasons. Not only as to Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring. But to do also with God’s Moadims: The yearlyContinue reading “Day 4 of Elul: The Law of Displacement”

Our Service is to PRAISE, PRAY, & INTERCEDE

This past weeks Torah reading was found in Numbers 16:1- 18: It is the story of Korah and some of the men of Israel challenging Moses and Aaron being leader and High Priest of Israel. Adonai didn’t take to that very kindly and destroyed Korah and all who followed such nonsense. Can you imagine LineageContinue reading “Our Service is to PRAISE, PRAY, & INTERCEDE”

What To Do When The Leader is MIA?

Last Wednesday evening at sundown we began the fourth Biblical month of Tammuz.  Why should that be important to both Jews and Gentiles who follow Yeshua as Messiah and Lord?  Because there are three different “Moadims”, (Hebrew for meeting with God) where God wants us to commune and worship Him.  They are,  The Feast ofContinue reading “What To Do When The Leader is MIA?”

DO YOU SPEAK WITH EYES OF FAITH?

The Promised Land Is Bountiful “‘Be of good courage.  And bring some of the fruit of the land.’  Now the time was the season of the first ripe grapes.”  (Numbers 13:20) God instructed Moses to send one chieftain from each of the 12 tribes of Israel to scout out the land of Canaan.  Among theContinue reading “DO YOU SPEAK WITH EYES OF FAITH?”

Weekly Torah Portion

Jacob lived his last 17 years in Egypt. The sages say that they were his best 17 years. (Tov, the Hebrew term for “good,” has the numerical value of 17.) Jacob was a spiritually refined person, who had spent years studying Torah in the Land of Israel (then still called Canaan), the holiest place onContinue reading “Weekly Torah Portion”