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The Shame Game

Another beautiful soul has passed away. My friend Ray, may his memory be a blessing, could not find his way out of addiction and struggle. I am heartbroken. His wife said he would cry and pound his leg and say, “I hate this!” “I hate living like this!” I have also been in this vicious […]

Two Become One

God created us for intimacy. Intimacy with God and humans. Not just any intimacy but a connection so deep that two beings become one, or echad in Hebrew. Vertical intimacy (towards God) is where we cling to Him after drawing near His Presence through worship. Worship is to God what sex is to humans. We […]

Da Devil

John 8:44: You are of your father the devil, and you want to do the desires of your father. He was a murderer from the beginning and does not stand in the truth because there is no truth in him. Whenever he speaks lies, he is just being himself—for he is a liar and the […]

Pesach

Tonight is Passover, where we celebrate our exodus from Pharaoh’s House of Bondage. The name Pharoah means “Great House” in Hebrew. Remember that human beings are houses or dwellings-either for the Spirit of God to dwell or for a habitation of darkness. The Israelites became extremely oppressed as enslaved people in Egypt, the realm of […]

Royal Priesthood

The last few Torah Portions have been about the tabernacle and the Priesthood. Understanding how Moses built the tabernacle based on his heavenly vision seems simple enough. We can read about this in Hebrews 8:5; “They offer service in a replica and foreshadower of the heavenly—one that is just as Moses was instructed by God […]

Tetzaveh (You Shall Command)

In Terumah, we discussed how we are a tabernacle where the Breath or Spirit of God dwells. We also make up a greater tabernacle where the Spirit dwells amongst us. We can’t see this tabernacle, but it comprises everyone working towards a common goal. The goal is to create a space for the Creator to […]

Terumah (Heave Offering)

In this Torah Portion, we have what I call a recipe for the Divine Presence to dwell inside of us. Humans are dwellings. We can either be a dwelling of light or darkness, good or evil, pride or humility, love or apathy. There were furnishings or elements that Moses placed inside the tent before the […]

Pharaoh the Great House

Pharaoh’s name in Hebrew means Great House. His Great House is probably the most important thing for us to understand since a large amount of the Holy Scriptures speak of Pesach or the Feast of Passover, which describes the release of the Israelites from Pharaoh’s House of Bondage. If Yeshua is the Lamb of Pesach […]

Walk Humbly

A day late and a dollar short over here because I have been chewing on a piece of the Torah Portion from two weeks ago that stuck out to me. We can find this nugget in Genesis 39:9; “There is no one greater in this house than I, nor has he kept back anything from me […]

Chanukah, Hanukkah, Hanukah

Happy Chanukah, urrybody! I wanted to tell you about this beautiful time of celebration. In 1 Maccabees, we have a story about a Priest named Mattathias who had five sons. One of his sons, Judah Maccabee, led a revolt against the Seleucid Empire. Judah Macabee gathered 3,000 men to overthrow this Empire. The Greeks overtook […]
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