Yeshua as the Testimony, Bracketing the Mercy Seat

It is so difficult trying to describe this treasure to you seekers when you probably don’t have a Hebrew Bible to reference, but I’ll do my best. This treasure is in Exodus chapter 25. The first bracket is in verse 16, which reads in English and Hebrew: Notice that the Alef Tav (אֵת) is beforeContinue reading “Yeshua as the Testimony, Bracketing the Mercy Seat”

A Loving Father Teaches His Children to Be Holy

Today’s Torah portion is the section I was born under, long, long ago. 😇 It is called Yithro and goes from Exodus 18:1 through 20:26. In honor of my loving Father, here are the 10 commandments that this section encompasses. I hope you are having, or had, a blessed Sabbath. Shavua tov! (Have a goodContinue reading “A Loving Father Teaches His Children to Be Holy”

Then I pleaded…

Ah!… Deuteronomy, one of my favorite books ever. Moses pulls out all the stops in this final book; knowing too well that these special people, Yah’s segulah, special treasures, will fall away from the Truth after he’s gone. But he pleads nonetheless. He pleads with the Creator and he pleads with his people. He pleadsContinue reading “Then I pleaded…”

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