The Biblical Spring Feasts

Parashat Emor (V’yikra/Leviticus 21-24) Are you familiar with the springtime Biblical feasts? Passover, the Feast of Unleavened Bread, the Feast

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It is finished: How the Completion of the Tabernacle relates to Calvary’s Victory

Parashat P’kudei (Shemot/Exodus 38:21-40:38) Completion of the Tabernacle This passage starts out where we left off discussing the Tabernacle’s skilled

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Kohanim & the Priesthood of all Believers

Parashat T’tzaveh (Exodus 27:20-30:10) Hebrews 5:1 tells us “For every kohen gadol [high priest] taken from among men is appointed to act

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Hidden on purpose, for a purpose: Yokheved’s son, Moses

Parashat Shemot Exodus 1-6:1 Exodus (Shemot) 2 introduces us to Amram עַמְרָם and Yokheved יוֹכֶבֶד (commonly rendered Jochebed in English). It is

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More Christians are celebrating Hanukkah. Should they abandon Christmas?

I am very late on posting for Hanukkah. I hope you had a wonderful, joy-filled Hanukkah illuminated by the brightness

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Living Water at the Feast of Tabernacles: exploring John 7

Water was drawn from the Pool of Siloam, brought to the Temple, poured on the altar, and berakhot (blessings) were said, thanking the LORD Most High for rain. That same pool of water would be the site where the blind man was healed and Messiah’s healing ministry would expand.

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