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On the cross, Jesus cried out “My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?”. This quote from Psalm 22 is a reminder that God never leaves nor forsakes us.
Many Christians, when they hear that someone wants to follow God’s instructions for life (Torah), will claim that the Law of Moses was made obsolete by the cross and had to be changed. They derive this opinion from Hebrews 7-8. But what does this section of Scripture really say?
Evil can mimic righteousness, but can never understand it. Evil emphasizes appearance, but righteousness seeks to be genuine.
Connected to the Passover season is an incredible ceremony known as the firstfruits. In this article, David Wilber explores the meaning of this amazing ceremony.
How do we embrace Yahweh’s feasts with joy when most of the world is not participating?
In a season when many Messianics celebrate Hanukkah and Jesus being the light of the world, why is His light not seen in us?
As I am learning, this is not simply a Christian kingdom, nor a Jewish kingdom, nor a Messianic or Hebrew Roots kingdom, but the Commonwealth of Israel instituted by Holy God.
What does 2 Kings 7 teach us about the “Good News” of God and our role as disciples of Messiah Yeshua?
These ten principals should be applied to all our lives in order to serve God and serve each other effectively.
God’s commandments found all throughout the Bible (especially in the Old Testament) were never abolished and should be kept by believers today.