What? The First Testament calls God merciful? Many believe the gnostic teaching that grace didn’t even enter into the world until the New Testament. But didn’t God so love the

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A beautiful blueprint is laid out before us in the Torah that portrays the awesome work of our High Priest, Yeshua.  For on that day shall the priest make an

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The Mind of God knows all things. He has created all that is and ever has been. There are infinite fathoms of knowledge that are still only known by Him. 

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First published in 1896, Charles M. Sheldon wrote a book that a century later would become the foundation of a cultural movement. “What Would Jesus Do,” (aka: WWJD) became the

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The Hebrew Bible is often mysterious and hard to understand. Most people realize the language is archaic and the traditions are foreign. But unless you know the multi-dimensional aspects of

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Is the Creator of the universe a loving God? Does He step down from His position of power and wisdom to be a patient and benevolent Father to the creatures

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Abraham was originally a Gentile, a Persian from Ur. (What would now be modern day Iran.) There was no nation or culture of people at this time that called upon

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Ecumenism mainly refers to initiatives aimed at greater Christian unity or cooperation. It is used predominantly by and with reference to Christian denominations and Christian Churches separated by doctrine, history,

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1 Corinthians 13:9 I feel that man, throughout the ages, has always ventured to understand the meaning of life. I believe it’s inherent in humankind to “know.” We rightfully ponder

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As a Hebraic-roots teacher, I always encourage students to look closer at Scripture, to see the multi-faceted meanings that lay beneath the surface. To understand the concept of “heaven and

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