Balak & Balaam Vs. the Sovereignty of HaShem

By Joshua Spurlock Parashat Balak (B’midbar / Numbers 22:2 – 25:9) reads a bit like a tale of fantasy. As Bnei Yisrael (the Children of Israel) go about their day to day business in the wilderness, a maniacal monarch bent on crushing them in battle summons a sorcerer with great powers. As the imposing conjurer […]

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HaShem’s Promises Trump the Promised Trials

By Joshua Spurlock Of all the promises given to us by our Lord Yeshua HaMashiakh (Jesus the Christ), one of those least discussed is that we will have trials in Olam HaZeh (This World). But it doesn’t end there. Yeshua also gave his talmidim (disciples) a second promise that is bigger than life’s trials. “In […]

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False Teachers & Good Shepherds

By Joshua Spurlock He had a gilded tongue behind those serpentine teeth. His words about equality and fairness doubtless struck a cord. But despite his slogan that all of Am Yisrael (the people of Israel) are holy, Korakh (Korah) had no interest in the holiness of HaShem (the L-RD). Parashat Korakh (B’midbar / Numbers 16:1-18:32) […]

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Works Without Faith Are Dead

By Joshua Spurlock This week we reach one of the most tragic Parashiyot in all of the Torah: Parashat Shelakh, (B’Midbar/Numbers 13:1-15:41). There we read that the generation that came out of Mitzrayim (Egypt), who saw the signs that HaShem did against their enemies, crossed through the Sea on dry land, and saw HaShem descend […]

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Prophecy Poured Out

By Joshua Spurlock The events of Parashat Behaalotecha must have inspired awe among those who witnessed them. There was a clamor coming from Ohel Moed (the Tent of Meeting), but it couldn’t have been unexpected. 68 elders of the people of Yisrael (Israel) had made their way there to meet with HaShem (the L-RD) at […]

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The Nazirite Vow and Friendship with G-d

By Joshua Spurlock His coarse, long locks of hair contrast sharply with the average men around him. He doesn’t eat grapes and he wouldn’t set foot in a graveyard. He is not a hippy, though, nor is he being superstitious. He is a Nazir (Nazirite), as defined in Bamidbar (Numbers) 6, in Parashat Nasso. Some […]

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Counting Blessings to the Next Generation

By Joshua Spurlock This week, people all over the world people begin reading the book of B’midbar (Lit. “In the Wilderness”) according to the traditional yearly Torah reading cycle. In most English Bibles, this book is known as Numbers. It doesn’t take long to realize why B’midbar is referred to in this way. The first […]

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The Passover Seder & the Disciples of Yeshua

‘Now I commend you because you remember me in everything and maintain the traditions, even as I delivered them to you.’ – 1 Corinthians 11:2 Since ancient times, the observance of Pesakh (Passover) and Chag HaMatzot (the Festival of Unleavened Bread) has included a traditional service held over the course of an evening, called a […]

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A Call to Righteousness In Christ

Calling all Christians! “There is a critical message diffused throughout the writings of the New Testament. It is a call to righteousness in Christ Jesus. “Oftentimes, the best way to get to the Truth is to forego the commentaries of men and go right to the source, prayerfully. This thematic arrangement of NT passages is […]

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Gematria of David ben Yishai and Yeshua

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Welcome to the new website of Shagriruyot Malkhut HaShamayim (Kingdom of Heaven Embassies). We are the servants of the Lord HaShem, the King of kings, the Creator of the Universe, through the Lord Yeshua (“Jesus”), King Messiah (His Anointed King). This website is to be a portal to the Kingdom and the services of Kingdom […]

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