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July 31@ Leviticus 22-24

Leviticus 22-24 (NLT link)

Discover His heart: He is blessed by our celebration of His goodness

As somewhat of a foodie, I am immediately attracted to any chapter in the Bible that is all about feasts.  668 more words

Daily Devotions

Stereotypes, part 1

Stereotypes are an inevitable part of life, an aspect of humanity people endure and propagate, either as the target of a stereotype or as the person who projects a stereotype onto another person. 849 more words


September/October 2014 Warning

I am noticing a pattern of people talking about September/October 2014 and Yom Kippur / Rosh Hashanah time frame (Sept. 23-Oct 3). People are warning that this could be a time for financial collapse.   223 more words


Megillah 7

The Gemara states that Rabbah and Rabbi Zeira partook of a Purim meal together, and when Rabbah became intoxicated, he arose and slaughtered Rabbi Zeira. The following day Rabbah prayed and Rabbi Zeira was restored to life. 424 more words

The Fast and the (Not So) Furious

Here at Theologee, I am thoroughly impressed with those people of faith who practice fasting in their religions.  I am one of those people that if I miss a meal, I become hangry (hungry + angry) so I like the conviction and fortitude it takes to fast in order to bring you closer to God.  760 more words

Why Fast?


It’s something we all know, we all feel it but we haven’t said it. We all know America is going down the wrong path and that we will soon come under great judgement. 928 more words