God’s Got This!

PEACE: Genesis 1 through Genesis 6:8 This week”s Torah Reading begins with The Creation story in Genesis 1 and goes through the Genesis 6:8. Before God(Elohim) made Eve He told Adam not to eat of the fruit of the Tree of Good and Evil, because if you do you will surely die. It is interestingContinue reading “God’s Got This!”

How we begin, sets the trajectory for the rest of the year!

Shalom Friends! So much of our lives seem to have been canceled or put on hold as a result of the global pandemic. From the regular rhythms of church and school to celebrations like weddings and anniversaries, cancellations abound. But I have good news today: Yeshua and His Kingdom cannot be canceled! The Messiah andContinue reading “How we begin, sets the trajectory for the rest of the year!”

Why Should Christians Celebrate The Feast? Seven Blessings

In nine days begins The Feast of Tabernacles with The Blowing of Trumpets, Rosh Hashanah, September 19-20. Seven Blessings of Celebrating Feasts of Tabernacles. Why should Christians Celebrate The Feast? I thought that was a Jewish Tradition. One of the most important observances of Torah is in the Biblical calendar when God tells the childrenContinue reading “Why Should Christians Celebrate The Feast? Seven Blessings”

Today Is Victory Day

Tonight at sundown in the Biblical Calendar is VICTORY Day. This is the day to celebrate God’s victory, protection, provision, mercy, and grace in our lives. It is likened to the day WWII ended. The streets were filled with people celebrating Victory. For us who follow the Biblical Calender through Hebraic understanding it is aContinue reading “Today Is Victory Day”

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 month of the Biblical Calendar for this Biblical year 5776, Elul 29 and the YearContinue reading “The King Is In Your Field”

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”