John 3:16 (KJV) “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” CLICK HERE for the finest faith based personalized and compassionate addiction recovery program – right from the comfort of your home. Continue reading Do You Know Yeshua – Jesus?
Studying the words of Yeshua in light of the Hebrew language, and in its historical context can bring clarity and insight into his teachings. BY AARON EBY The Delitzsch Hebrew/English Gospels from Vine of David not only provides access to the profound scholarship and insight of Professor Franz Delitzsch, but it is also a wealth of information into the background of the New Testament.Our Master Yeshua’s words come … Continue reading Do Not Give What is Holy to the Dogs
A Dog for Jesus (Where dogs go when they die) I wish someone had given Jesus a dog. As loyal and loving as mine. To sleep by His manger and gaze in His eyes And adore Him for being divine. As our Lord grew to manhood His faithful dog, Would have followed Him all through the day. While He preached to the crowds and made … Continue reading A Dog for Jesus
Torah Commentary – Tetsavah (You Are To Order) Exodus 27:20 – 30:10 Ezekiel 43:10-27 Philippians 4:10-20 Protocol Last year I was given the honor of speaking at the “Trail of Tears” in Tennessee. It was there that I began to see the Tabernacle as the protocol for entering into the Creator’s presence. That revelation has affected the way I look at these chapters of Sh’mot in … Continue reading Torah Commentary – Tetsavah (You Are To Order) – Protocol – SCRIPTURES FOR February 24, 2017
WALSH: Satan’s Favorite Christians Are The Ones Who Deny That He Exists There is no better evidence of Satan’s existence than the fact that so many Christians in this country deny it. We are a culture where even those who believe in the saving power of Christ do not necessarily believe that we actually need to be saved from anything. This is the Devil’s handiwork. … Continue reading Satan’s Favorite Christians Are The Ones Who Deny That He Exists
Torah Commentary Yitro (Jethro) Exodus 18:1-20:23 Isaiah 6:1-7:6; 9:5-6 Matthew 5:21-30; 15:1-11 Hebrews 12:18-29 James 2:8-13 Words To Live By The Hebrews are free from life in Egypt. Pharaoh is among the dead on the sea shore. It is time for their journey to continue. In their minds, it is time to move on and make a bee line for the Promise Land. Not so … Continue reading Torah Commentary – Joined To HaShem – Yitro (Jethro) – Words To Live By – SCRIPTURES FOR February 3, 2017
Torah Commentary Vayishlach (He Sent) Genesis 32:4-36:43 Obadiah 1:1-21 1 Corinthians 5:1-13 Revelation 7:1-12 The Journey Continues Ya’akov is now free of Lavan after twenty years of working for him. The time was not wasted by any means as he is returning with a growing family and the riches needed to take care of them. It appears Yah was up to the challenge … Continue reading Torah Commentary – Vayishlach (He Sent) – The Journey Continues – SCRIPTURES FOR December 2, 2017
We spend so much time focusing on ourselves and our shortcomings and wallowing in our self-doubt that we effectively remove ourselves from the fight. That is exactly what the enemy wants. Once you realize that Christ has completely eliminated the penalty for your sin and all you must do is believe then you are freed and empowered to help others. Those stuck in works-righteousness can never see … Continue reading THIS IS WAR
The Rapture: What is it? It is Jesus coming to claim His bride, the church, and bring her back to His place in heaven. Why does He do that? Because we are in a period of time called the church age or the age of Grace. It initially began with the resurrection of Christ, but “officially” began at Pentecost when the Holy Spirit was poured … Continue reading Rapture and Pre-tribulation Rapture Made Simple!
Vezot ha’Bracha “And this is the blessing” Deuteronomy 33:1-34:12 Joshua 1:1-18 The Baton Passes On This Shabbat’s readings mark the end of the Torah cycle. The scriptures we will read are maybe the most bittersweet of all the Torah. Moses finishes his message of Deuteronomy by speaking a blessing over the people he has led for the past forty years. I would imagine that as … Continue reading Torah Commentary – Vezot ha’Bracha – “And this is the blessing” – SCRIPTURES FOR October 14, 2017
Worthy Of Your Name Passion You’re my King My King Rumors of the Son of Man Stories of a Savior Holiness with human hands Treasure for the traitor No ear had heard, no eye had seen The Image of the Father Until heaven came to live with me A rescue like no other Yes You are worthy You are worthy You are worthy of Your … Continue reading You Are Worthy Of Your Name
What you are witnessing and what you are experiencing is the beginning of the end of the ways of man. There is an appointed time and season for all to come to pass and you have now begun the time of the end. It is of the utmost importance that you heed My voice and learn of My instructions, or you will fall prey to … Continue reading Mark of the Beast 2017 – It Has Begun
We have another reader contribution to share with you. This one is from SilentKnight (thank you, brother!). I have to say that I find this Scripturally/exegetically convincing for a number of reasons, but time does not permit me to unpack that all myself. In short, I think that Isaiah 7:14, like Revelation 12:5, speaks both of Christ and His Church. Both are necessary parts in the fulfillment … Continue reading O Come, O Come, Emmanuel!
Yeshua’s disciples saw him undergo a metamorphosis before their eyes, but into what did he transfigure and what did it mean? As Yeshua prayed, “He was transfigured before them” (Mark 9:2). The Greek text of Matthew and Mark uses the word metamorfoo from which we derive the English word “metamorphosis.” A metamorphosis is the process of substantially changing (or transfiguring) from one physical state to another. In … Continue reading The Metamorphosis
Often, well-meaning, Israel-loving people will say to me, “I am Jewish now. I am grafted in.” I never, ever say anything close to, “No, you’re not Jewish.” I focus more on how grateful I am that they love God and pray for the Jewish people. However, it is interesting that the Church went from saying, “You can’t be Jewish and believe in Jesus,” to, “All … Continue reading Israel and the Nations: A Theological Opinion, Part 1
Torah Commentary Re’eh (See) Deuteronomy 11:26-16:17 Isaiah 54:11-55:5 1Corinthians 5:9-13 1John 4:1-6 See, Perceive or Selah The title of this Torah portion is translated very simply with the word “see.” This small simple word can be taken for granted by some. For the vast majority of the people in this country, “seeing” is the first thing they do every morning. People wake up, open their eyes … Continue reading Torah Commentary – Re’eh (See) – See, Perceive or Selah – SCRIPTURES FOR August 19, 2017
V’et’chanan I pleaded Deuteronomy 3:23-7:11 Isaiah 40:1-26 “Call Upon Him!” by Mark Huey email@example.com V’et’channan is one of the most compelling Torah portions in the entire annual cycle. With a reiteration of the Decalogue and the Shema being just two of the many words that are declared, the commentaries written about this critical juncture in the sojourn of Ancient Israel are voluminous. One could spend days dissecting the grand … Continue reading TorahScope – V’et’chanan – I pleaded – “Call Upon Him!” – 30 July, 2017
The theme of the High Holidays is teshuvah (בהּ ָתשו ,(ְּ ֹa word often translated as “repentance,” though it is more accurately understood as turning back (i.e., shuv) to God. In spiritual terms, teshuvah may be regarded as a practical turning away from evil and a turning toward the good, though it is simpler to regard turning to God as the means by which we … Continue reading Turning to God… by John J. Parsons ZLM Scholar
Torah Commentary Balak Numbers 22:2-25:9 Micah 5:6-6:8 John 13-14 Dwelling Alone Word of the defeat of Sichon, king of Emori must have traveled to Balak quickly, even without TV and the Internet. Balak most likely saw himself next in line for defeat. Immediate action and strategic planning were needed to defeat Israel and avoid catastrophe. Their reputation for having great strength preceded them. We can … Continue reading Torah Commentary – Balak – Dwelling Alone – SCRIPTURES FOR July 8, 2017
As a Messianic Jew I am not liked by anyone. My Jewish brothers and sisters tell me that because I believe “in Jesus” (almost none of them really understand what that means) I am no longer Jewish; on the other side, because I follow Torah (as best as I can) and maintain a “Jewish” worship and lifestyle, my brothers and sisters in Messiah tell me … Continue reading Faith vs. Legalism
This post is written by a member of the Messianic community in Israel or guest contributor. The opinions and views expressed are solely those of the author and may not necessarily reflect those of Kehila News Israel or myself. And every tenth of cattle or flock, every [one] that will pass under the staff, the tenth one shall be holy to the L-rd. – Vayikra/Leviticus … Continue reading Parashat B’har/B’Chukkotai – Lev. 25:1 – 26:2
Torah Commentary B’har (On Mount Sinai), B’chukotai Leviticus 25:1-26:2; 26:3-27:34 Jeremiah 32:6-27; 16:19-17:14 2Corinthians 7-13 The Heart of the Matter For our culture, many of the instructions of Leviticus seem quite foreign to us. There is even a debate whether most of these Scriptures pertain only to the time when we have entered the Land. “Buying and selling of crops, allowing the land to rest on … Continue reading Torah Commentary – B’har (On Mount Sinai), B’chukotai – The Heart of the Matter – SCRIPTURES FOR May 20, 2017
Torah Commentary Acharei Mot(After the Death), K’doshim(Holy Ones) Leviticus 16:1-18:30; 19:1-20:27 Ezekiel 22:1-19 Romans 3:19-28; 9:30-10:13 1 Corinthians 5:1-13 2 Corinthians 2:1-11 Galatians 3:10-14 Hebrews 7:23-10:25 Searching For Life Life is an interesting word. The dictionary defines it as,”The condition that distinguishes animals and plants from inorganic matter, including the capacity for growth, reproduction, functional activity, and continual change preceding death.” According to this definition … Continue reading Torah Commentary – Acharei Mot(After the Death), K’doshim(Holy Ones) – Searching For Life – Day 8, Month 2, 5777; 4 May 2017
SCIENTISTS have ‘confirmed’ the existence of God after proving a mathematician’s theory which suggests that there is a higher power. Two computer scientists say they proved that there is a holy supreme force after confirming the equations. In 1978, mathematician Kurt Gödel died and left behind a long and complex theory based on modal logic. Dr Gödel’s model uses mathematical equations that are extremely complicated, … Continue reading Scientists use mathematical calculations to PROVE the existence of God
Torah Commentary Sh’mot (Names) Exodus 1:1-6:1 Isaiah 27:6-28:13; 29:22-23 Matthew 22:23-33; 41-46 Acts 3:12-15 Hebrew 11:23-26 The Ultimate Oxymoron Before I get to what, in my opinion is the ultimate oxymoron, I have a question. Can anyone find a shadow of Messiah in this Torah portion? (Jeopardy theme song playing in background) The answer is pretty obvious on this one. Answer: Who is Moshe! … Continue reading Torah Commentary -Sh’mot (Names) -The Ultimate Oxymoron – Day 21, Month 10, 5777; 19 January 2017
Torah Commentary Vayechi (He Lived) Genesis 47:28-50:26 1Kings 2:1-12 Hebrews 11:21-22 1Peter 1:3-9; 2:11-17 The Multiple Faces of Yeshua I was in a meeting recently with a number of people who varied in their level of Torah knowledge and observance. Some of these folks had years of experience and had fully embraced the walk, while others had just begun to get their feet wet. … Continue reading Torah Commentary -Vayechi (He Lived) -The Multiple Faces of Yeshua -Day 14, Month 10, 5777; 12 January 2017
Psalm 92:12-13 says, “The righteous shall flourish like a palm tree, He shall grow like a cedar in Lebanon.Those who are planted in the house of the Lord shall flourish in the courts of our God.They shall still bear fruit in old age”. There is some remarkable news in Israel about a palm tree that has done exactly that! In the 1960s, archaeologists found an … Continue reading PALM SPROUTED FROM 2000 YEAR OLD SEED NOW BEARS FRUIT IN ISRAEL!
Where do we see Messiah in this picture of Rachel with the false gods? We see Messiah as our True and Living God who clearly calls us to leave all behind (false gods, doctrines, attitudes, pride, etc) to follow Him. It is just not any more complicated than that. Torah Commentary Genesis 32:4-36:43 Obadiah 1:1-21 1 Corinthians 5:1-13 Revelation 7:1-12 Vayishlach (He Sent) Just … Continue reading Torah Commentary -Vayishlach (He Sent) -Just In Case It Does Not Work Out -Day 15, Month 9, 5775; 15 December 2016
Torah Commentary Gen 12:1-17:27 Isaiah 40:27-41:16 Acts 7:1-8 Romans 3:19-5:6 Hebrews 7:1-19; 11:8-12 Lech Lecha (Get Yourself Out) A Common Thread This week we are introduced to a man named Avram, (Abram.) His life will be laid out in front of us with days of walking in great faith as well as his days of failure. In the end, his name will be changed … Continue reading Torah Commentary -Lech Lecha (Get Yourself Out) -A Common Thread -November 12, 2016
Torah Commentary B’resheet (In the beginning) Genesis 1:1-6:8 Isaiah 42:5-43:10 John 1:1-18 Revelation 21:1-5; 22:1-5 Day 25, Month 7, 5775; 27 October 2016 His Story We are all familiar with the English word history. It is defined as the study of man’s past. It is a word which takes many of us back in our minds to days of school and memorizing names, dates … Continue reading Torah Commentary B’resheet (In the beginning) – His Story
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