Zeroa HaShem Became Flesh (5)

‘The spirit of prophecy is the testimony of Yeshua.’ — Hitgallut (Revelation) 19:10b In spite of all of the rebellion against Him, the Lord HaShem has prepared a place in the wilderness for those who love Him. He sent many prophets with words of hope, and so that, even though He would hide His face for […]

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Zeroa HaShem Returns (6)

The disciples of the Lord Yeshua in the first century faithfully transmitted the teaching of their Rabbi, including the promise of his second coming. Such words are nothing less than the reassurance of the fulfilment of all that HaShem has spoken through His prophets, as recorded in the Jewish Scriptures. There are two comings of the Messiah […]

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The Patience Of Yosef Is Salvation

The story of Yosef (Joseph), the 11th son of Ya’akov (Jacob), receives a great deal of attention in the Torah, spanning some 14 chapters and five parashiyot, beginning in Parashat Vayeshev. As much attention is given to Yosef as to Avraham (Abraham); even more than Yitzkhak (Isaac) and Ya’akov. Why? What is so important about […]

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Jacob’s Faith: Godliness With Contentment

Ya’akov Avinu (Our Father Jacob) is an excellent example of the righteousness of faith that is in Mashiakh Yeshua (Messiah Jesus), Tzidkenu (Our Righteouness). Like Avraham (Abraham) his [grand]father, Ya’akov Avinu received the promise of G-d by faith. He believed G-d (cf. Bereshit / Genesis 15:1-6), so it was counted to him as righteousness. In […]

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Isaac’s Faith: Persevering Through Persecution

By Joshua Spurlock Since the days of Kayin (Cain) and Hevel (Abel), the righteous have been persecuted by the wicked. For Am Yisrael (the people of Israel), this has been especially true. The servants of the Lord Yeshua (Jesus) have suffered for their sincere faith from the beginning, and unbelieving Jews, too, have suffered for centuries because […]

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The Ultimate Sacrifice & Blessings for All

By Joshua Spurlock It was the hardest thing Avraham (Abraham) was ever asked to do. He had longed for this son, waited decades for him, believed the promises about him, and now he had to watch him die—at his own hand! The most poignant, heart-rending, and inspiring account from Parashat Vayera is the sacrifice of […]

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We Stand On HaShem’s Promises to Avraham

By Joshua Spurlock The first words recorded in Scripture between Avraham (Abraham) and HaShem (the LORD) are truly astounding. After calling Avraham (then known as Avram / Abram) to leave his homeland and his relatives, HaShem gives a stunning promise to him that would change the world. “And I will make of you a great […]

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Judgment by Fire is Coming Like the Flood

By Joshua Spurlock It was an ordinary day. The sun rose as it always does. People did went about their usual business. There were sad moments and moments of rejoicing, just like any other time. And then it happened: The rain started to fall, and before anyone could do anything to save themselves, the whole […]

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The New Man: Like God, Again

By Joshua Spurlock The Serpent’s most crafty deception was telling Khavah (Eve) that she could be like God. As we read in Parashat Bereshit, “But the serpent said to the woman, “You will not surely die. For God [Elohim] knows that when you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be […]

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The Day of Atonement & The Divine Coverings

By Joshua Spurlock There is an intersection between atonement, coverings, and a close relationship with HaShem (the LORD). When HaShem told Moshe (Moses) to build the Aron (Ark), he was to make it with a Keporet Zahav (gold cover, Cf. Shemot / Exodus 25:17). Above the Aron, HaShem would meet with Moshe, the representative of Yisrael […]

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