Understanding the Sabbath – What is Shabbat?

I was raised in a traditional Christian home and had little to no exposure to anything Jewish. As a teenager in the seventies, my love for the Lord prompted me

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Precious Gems – Shavu’ot – The Promise of the Father

Lev. 23:15 – You shall also count for yourselves from the day after the sabbath, from the day when you brought in the sheaf of the wave offering; there shall be

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The Clues of Passover

I hear many people, Jews and Christians alike, calling the festivals and assemblies of Leviticus 23 “Jewish Holidays.” And while I agree it is the Jews who reverently honor these

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How the Torah Relates to Christianity By Dr. Victoria Sarvadi God gave the Torah to His covenant people, Israel, instructing them on how to walk with Him. The Hebrew word

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The kippah is called a yarmulke in Yiddish. It’s a small skullcap worn by Jewish men and boys to demonstrate reverence and submission to God. The word yarmulke has an

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I was adopted as an infant so I don’t know much about my biological background. And I wasn’t raised as a Jew but I’ve always had an intrigue with Judaism.

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The Hebrew people were instructed in Deuteronomy 11:18 this command “Therefore you shall lay up these words of mine in your heart and in your soul, and bind them as

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The emphasis of grace in the Hebrew Scriptures (Tenach) also called the Old Testament, is demonstrated in verses such as Nehemiah 9:31 which says, “Even so, in Your great compassion,

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The Pharisees, Judah’s Ancient Teachers Torah Teachers The ancient teachers were said to sit on the Seat of Moses as was confirmed by Yeshua. He commanded His followers to listen

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