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Shavuot

Chag Sameach!

Shavuot explained by TorahFamily.org.

Shavuot out of Egypt

 

Regardless of when the first resurrection takes place, may we
always make sure we are living the life our savior is calling us to
walk in. May we always walk in His love. The love that He said all
men would know we are His disciples. Are you walking in that love
today?

Remember, people won’t know you are His disciples because you
follow the right calendar. People won’t know you are His disciples
because you say His name right. People won’t know you are His
disciples because you can quote verses. People will know you are
His disciples because of your love.
Walk in His love today as we continually watch and pray for His
return.
Blessings & Shalom!”

Steve Moutria
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“The God Code” – Documentary

Just watching this now – it is available ONLY until the 14th of April.  I’m watching through Direct TV, but there are other options.

The God Code – History Channel

 

ABOUT

Behind locked doors in St. Petersburg, Russia is the Leningrad Codex, the world’s oldest complete text of the Hebrew Bible. Because of its ancient origins, it is a purer version of the Bible–containing words and characters lost in later translations. Timothy Smith, an antiquities expert, believes he’s found an intricate code hidden within its text, one that may not show up in later translations. This two-hour special takes viewers on a journey across the globe to find out if the hidden code is real. If it is, could this be the actual word of God? A code written into his own divine work. A master plan for history? The code is said to point to a diverse variety of historical events from the rise of Hitler to the threat of North Korea and it may even point to the location of one of the greatest treasures of all, the lost Arc of the Covenant.

What is Torah Anyway?

Thoughtfully explained; with gentleness and respect.

The Barking Fox

Présentation de la Loi (Presentation of the Law), by Edouard Moyse (Musée d'art et d'histoire du Judaïsme via Wikimedia Commons)Présentation de la Loi (Presentation of the Law), by Edouard Moyse (Musée d’art et d’histoire du Judaïsme via Wikimedia Commons)

Let us think about language for a moment.  There are many people around the world who consider themselves followers of Jesus Christ, but who prefer to call Him by His Hebrew name, Yeshua, and by His Hebrew title, Messiah (Moshiach, the Hebrew term for Christ).  These people may be classified as Messianic Jews if they are Jewish, but most of them are not.  They are non-Jews, people whom others would call Gentiles, but who resist that term because they understand that their faith in Messiah Yeshua takes them out of the category of “Gentile” (meaning “of the nations”) and into the category of “Hebrew” (עִבְרִי, Strongs H5680).  The term “Hebrew” derives from the father of our faith, Abraham the Hebrew (Genesis 14:13

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