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October- December 2014 Update...Part 1

I tried to think of a clever title for this entry, but sometimes a simple and direct approach is best.  Prior to my previous post, I had not blogged here since early October 2014. 2,146 more words

The Journey

Miriam, Did You Know?H

The Hanukkah season is upon us, and it is a good time to reflect about the significance of the season in the life of our Messiah Jesus . 1,642 more words

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[caption id="attachment_2262" align="alignleft" width="300"]The Annunciation James Tissot The Annunciation
James Tissot[/caption] Recently The Barking Fox looked at the reasons Hebrew Roots believers have opted out of Christmas. Here is an excellent presentation about why we have opted into Hanukkah. As Jane Diffenderfer explains in "Miriam, Did You Know?", there are many good reasons for all believers in Yeshua to observe this Feast of Dedication, the season when Mary (Miriam) received the news that God had chosen her to bring Messiah into the world.

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Notes from Nehemiah (Chapter 8:13-18)

One of the effects of revival is a greater appetite for God’s Word.  That’s exactly what we find in the second half of Nehemiah 8.  And just like our physical appetites demand to be fed on a regular basis, so it is with our spiritual appetite.   532 more words

Why Some Christians Don't Celebrate Christmas

As I get deeper into my walk with Christ, I am finding some very profound attitude changes; some trivial, some life changing.  I feel safe in many ways that I never could in the distant past.   2,027 more words


Christmas Actually

God the Creator of ALL…

became one of the created

through the miracle of the Spirit’s conception.

The Star of Bethlehem

was a kingship event that happened in the sky… 124 more words


An "after-the-fact" thought on American Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving in America used to be a holy convocation. It was a pause in activity; a purposed gathering to give expressions of thanks to the Creator. 1,120 more words


Names of God

What a tremendous depth of understanding we can have when we study the names of God!  Here’s the first part of my study of the Names of God.