A Call to Righteousness in Messiah Yeshua

‘Examine yourselves to see whether you are in the faith. Test yourselves. Or do you not realize this about yourselves, that Yeshua the Messiah (Jesus Christ) is in you? Unless you fail to meet the test…’ — Shaul, 2 Corinthians 13:5 And I saw a new Heaven and a new Earth, for the first Heaven […]

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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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Rivkah: Woman of Faith

By Joshua Spurlock Avraham (Abraham) is a hero of our faith. He left everything with a promise from G-d. He lived for decades with the unshakable belief that HaShem (the LORD) would give him an heir in spite of the trial of infertility. Can anyone possibly approach the faith of Avraham? Actually, Avraham—spiritual giant that […]

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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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By Grace Through Faith: You Can Do the Torah

By Joshua Spurlock Do you believe “anything is possible with G-d” (Cf. Luke 1:37, Mattityahu / Matthew 19:26)? If so, then you can do the Torah (Instruction; a.k.a. Law) of HaShem (the L-RD)! How is it possible? By the grace of G-d (cf. Titus 2:11-14), of course! HaShem enables us to keep it! According to traditional […]

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Real Faith: Loving In Deed & Truth

The Patriarch Yaakov (Jacob) was a reasonable man. It was enough for him that HaShem would be with him, giving him food to eat and clothing to wear and keeping him safe. For this, Yaakov became the faithful servant of HaShem, giving back to HaShem like Avraham (Abraham) before him (Cf. Bereshit / Genesis 14:18-20). ‘Then Yaakov […]

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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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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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