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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 […]

Love is all You Need

Judaism is a Wisdom tradition. It encapsulates the Wisdom of Yahweh given in the Instructions of the Torah. In the ANE (Ancient Near East) and possibly everywhere, wisdom was the most significant trait a King or Ruler would have. It is what creates order, and order creates a prosperous Kingdom. Wisdom is a trait we […]

Shabbat Shuvah

Psalm 109:22: For I am poor and needy, and my heart is wounded within me.  If you are anything like me, while reading a verse, sometimes I stop and say, “wait, what?” Did David, the King of Israel, say he was poor and needy? We are not talking about Peter Pan here, the king of […]


Over the past few years and the present, we find ourselves in conversations and debates with loved ones who have opposing views on life, politics, and religion. God created us for relationships; this relationship snafu has to be a place where we learn and grow. Here is a thinking process that you might be able […]

The Burdens We Carry

“And I spoke to you at that time, saying, ‘I alone am not able to bear you,’…How can I alone bear your problems and your burdens and your complaints”~ Deuteronomy 1:9;12 In this Torah portion, Moses chooses 70 judges to help him rule all of Israel because he alone cannot carry their load. What was […]
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