My experience in the twenty-plus years that I have been pursuing Sabbath-keeping bears out that if I want a peaceful home, if I want Yeshua to fight my battles and be my rear guard, it is up to me to prepare for and honor His holy day. The promise is that if we do so, … Continue reading Verse List: Sabbath
The following is an exhaustive list of verses containing the word “commandments” obtained by my use of E-Sword, a free Bible software program available on the Internet, and The Blue Letter Bible Online, a web site that provides extensive Bible study materials at no charge. My comments are posted at the end. Programs like these … Continue reading We Must Obey God Rather Than Men
by Al McCarn, The Barking Fox The Torah Awakening among Christians is creating something the world has not seen for two thousand years: a growing body of non-Jewish people who are doing the best they can to live by God’s eternal standards (His Torah – Law, Teaching, Commandments), but who do not intend to convert … Continue reading Al McCarn: Dilemna of the Ger
Whew!!! This report and photo from Breaking Israel News takes my breath away! This dear rabbi’s action is prophetic of brother Judah welcoming home the lost tribes of Israel, the Northern Kingdom, “the House of Israel”, a.k.a. Ephraim, which was taken into captivity around 720 BCE by the mighty war machine of Assyria.
2Pe 3:14 Wherefore, beloved, seeing that you look for such things, be diligent that you may be found of him in peace, without spot, and blameless. 1Th 5:23 Now may the God of peace himself sanctify you completely, and may your whole spirit and soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of … Continue reading Considering blamelessness
10/7/2016 This comes from Ken Rank, United to Restore. All I can add is “Amen.” Bless you, Ken, for putting into print words that are long overdue.
Last weekend, while the presidential candidates wrestled, while the current administration pursued its unholy agenda of forming a Palestinian state, while the Supreme Court of the United States argued over the Texas abortion case, a birth took place in Tampa. The northern kingdom of the House of Israel, a.k.a. Ephraim, as the prophets frequently refer to it, has … Continue reading Just call me a Hebrew
Due to some pressing concerns, I am going to take a break from commenting on the Torah portions. During this period, I hope to re-organize some of the longer pieces into more manageable bites to help new people study and grow. In today’s post, I wanted to share some recent happenings in our household that … Continue reading The Shabbat that kept Rose
Twenty years ago I realized that I had fallen for a lie. It was the so-called American Dream. My parents’ mantra had been, “You are smart. You are a hard worker. You can be anything that you want to be.” The culture told me, “Work hard, make a plan, set a goal, meet the goal, … Continue reading Nothing But the Truth
It is critical to understand that Joseph was outwardly transformed into an Egyptian. He emerged from prison without a beard and may well have shaved his entire body according to the customs of that day in Egypt. Due to high temperatures Egyptian men wore little clothing, quite the opposite of the modest Hebrews. From all appearances, Joseph was an Egyptian.