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!”

The New Year 5781 A Year To Open Your Mouth and Breathe

5780’s and 2020’s ARE THE DECADE OF DECLARATION. To Open Your Mouth and DECLARE DOUBLE FOR YOUR TROUBLE. Declare, I WILL BE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY! Today is the First day of the Biblical month of Tishri. Those who know what the Spirit is saying and set their days upon the season, timing, and days toContinue reading “The New Year 5781 A Year To Open Your Mouth and Breathe”

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”

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”

Be Careful Your Sins Don’t Find You Out

Tonight at sundown begins the 12th Biblical month of Elul. This is very significant beacause it is the time of Return and Repentance called in Hebrew, “Teshuvah.” Thirty days from tonight is Rosh Hashanah beginning the Feast of Tabernacles and 10 days after Rosh Hashanah is Yom Kippur, Day of Atonement. So the next 40Continue reading “Be Careful Your Sins Don’t Find You Out”

The Four Riders of Revelation 6 and The Feasts of the Lord Part II

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 thunder, “Come!” I looked, and there before me was a white horse! Its rider heldContinue reading “The Four Riders of Revelation 6 and The Feasts of the Lord Part II”

Four Riders of Revelation and the The Feasts of the Lord 2020

Thoughts coming after Feast of Pentecost, Covid-19, and Rioting and Looting: If ever before the Body of Christ, Kingdom people need to be connected to the True Vine it is now. I was directed to John 15 during the season we find ourselves. “I am the true vine, and My Father is the vinedresser. 2Continue reading “Four Riders of Revelation and the The Feasts of the Lord 2020”

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 counting of the wheat harvest begins(counting of Omer.) Which is First Fruits. Yeshua Jesus ResurrectedContinue reading “50 Day Journey from Passover to Pentecost: Don’t Let Your Love Grow Cold!”

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”