Spiritual Blindness & Exile Decreed (4)

‘I will wait for HaShem, Who is hiding His face from the house of Ya’akov, and I will hope in Him.’ — Yeshayahu (Isaiah) 8:17 Sadly, after they were delivered from the slavery of Mitzrayim through Zeroa HaShem with great signs and wonders, and after they had heard HaShem speak to them out of the midst of the fire that was blazing […]

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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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King Messiah Reigns

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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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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Mosheh and Yeshua: 30 Parallels

HaShem has lovingly forbidden His Children from a variety of practices that are common among the nations, including divination, consulting fortune-tellers, interpreters of omens, sorcerers, charmers, mediums, necromancers, or those who inquire of the dead (cf. Devarim 18:10-11). We are instead to submit to His servants, the Prophets, especially The Prophet, the one like Mosheh […]

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Customs and Traditions and the Way

This clip from Fiddler on the Roof speaks to both the good and bad sides of tradition. On the one hand, tradition can be a helpful and stabilizing force in the community, for good. On the other hand, tradition can be and is mistaken for being the word of G-d itself, sometimes in disastrous ways, […]

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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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