"Now when the news was heard in Pharaoh's house that Joseph's brothers had come, it pleased Pharaoh and his servants." (Genesis 45:16) Pharaoh was delighted when he heard that Joseph's brothers had come to Egypt. He immediately made provision to bring the entire family to Egypt so they could survive the famine in safety and comfort. He provided wagons for the move. He promised them...
The Land and the People
The Bearer of Light "For with You is the fountain of life; in Your light, we see light." (Tehilim/Psalm 36:9) According to Moshe, in Exodus 35:30, Adonai "called by name" the craftsman who was to fashion and oversee the artistic workmanship of the furniture and fittings for the Mishkan (Tabernacle). His name was most suitable for this important task. Transliterated from the original Hebrew, it...
Month: Kislev (×›×¡×œ×•)
As the rains that started during Cheshvan continue to nourish the land of Israel, the temperatures begin to drop. Daylight hours dwindle away and the long, dark nights of Kislev begin. One cannot help but naturally feel slightly melancholy and glum during the winter seasons. Thankfully, God has given us many reasons to rejoice during this season. On the 25th of Kislev, the anniversary of...
06 â€” Exile and Redemption
Exile and redemption are two of the most significant Biblical concepts and in episode six viewers will learn that these two concepts play a major role in the job ...
05 â€” Son of David
In Jewish thought one of the most important titles for Messiah is “Son of David.” Episode five will explore the title “Son of David” in de...
Posted in Teaching Team
In light of the release of God-Fearers, I am doing a series of blogs that further explores the topics introduced in the book as well as answer some frequently asked questions. Last week I had the privilege of spending time in New Jersey and New York for Thanksgiving and... Read »
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