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Covenants Don't Change, and They Don't Go Away

There are 5 Covenants that God made with us. The first was the Noahide Covenant, then the Abrahamic, Mosaic and Davidic. Finally, there is the New Covenant (Jeremiah 31:31). 1,182 more words


Shemot Three: Burning Bush

“Now Moses was keeping the flock of Jethro his father-in-law, the priest of Midian; and he led the flock to the farthest end of the wilderness, and came to the mountain of God, to Horeb (Exodus 3:1).” My first thought is that it’s interesting that Moses so quickly adapts to the role of shepherd. 994 more words


My Worst Nightmare Come True

To the person who said always follow your dreams, I say,”Bah!! Humbug!!”

I have had a beard, and a nice one, too, for about 18 years. 1,610 more words


Shemot Two: Meet Moses

The Egyptians are oppressing the Israelites, and Pharaoh has made a decree that all newborn male babies of the Israelites should be thrown into the Nile. 741 more words


Shemot One: Slavery and Oppression

To start the second book of Tanakh, we are once again given a list of the names of Jacob’s sons, and are reminded that (in addition to Joseph), seventy people came from the family to Egypt. 665 more words


Abiding In His Love

When we first come to Yahushua Messiah as our Lord and Saviour, we have a strong awareness of abiding in our heavenly Father’s love. This keen awareness of abiding in Father’s love is indeed a wonderful part of a believer’s experience! 1,732 more words

Parashah Tetzaveh (Command) Exodus 27:20 - 30:10

This parashah describes the way the priestly robes are to be manufactured, and the process for the anointment and consecration of the priests (Aaron and his sons), as well as the rules for their share of the sacrifice, and about the incense. 1,125 more words