Tag Archives: Messiah in the Torah

Covered

Yom Kippur begins tonight.  Holiest day of the year according to most modern Jews.  Lots of prayer, fasting, affliction of souls.  Everyone wears white, to symbolize mourning or purity, and avoids leather, washing, personal grooming, and sex, for no particular reason other … Continue reading

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Blast

Rosh HaShanah was yesterday, or rather the day before if you’re using the Hebrew calendar, since the day ends at sundown. It’s an odd holiday.  So is Yom Kippur, for that matter.  God called it the Feast of Trumpets, and … Continue reading

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Aroma

I recently came across a word art with a phrase from 2 Corinthians 2: “We are to God the pleasing aroma of Yeshua in the world.” And that phrase – really just the word “aroma” – triggered a whole new … Continue reading

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