The message of the gospel has always brought division and contention among the people where it’s preached. There was a prevailing attitude of preference and entitlement among the Jews at this point in history. They misapplied their responsibility to uphold, … Continue reading →
The menorah is a fascinating item in the Holy Place. It was the only light source in an otherwise darkened room. There were 3 layers of materials enclosing the Holy Place and no windows. It was made of one solid … Continue reading →
I am learning so much studying the Hebraic roots of my Savior, which includes extensive studies of the original languages of scripture. There is the most beautiful picture of Yeshua in Genesis 1:1 and John 1:1.
As we begin our new Torah cycle, our new year of Bible study, we look forward to exploring the depths and the heights of the life of the Messiah. This year we will focus on the Gospels presented … Continue reading →
Palm Sunday 2011 Matthew 21:1-10 (English Standard Version) 1(A) Now when they drew near to Jerusalem and came to Bethphage, to(B) the Mount of Olives, then Jesus(C) sent two disciples, 2saying to them, ”Go into the village in front of you, and immediately … Continue reading →