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Resurrection and Nihilism

My family has a new tradition!! As Messianic Jews, we celebrate Passover every year, and not Easter.  The traditional Passover seder includes several elements that represent Yeshua (not that that’s the traditional explanation, but it’s hard to imagine what else … Continue reading

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Hebrews 11

At CBS last week we got asked to define faith in our own terms. (This was part of a study on Hebrews 11, naturally.) The first thing that came to mind was this blog post about this research paper about … Continue reading

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Unleavened

I get in trouble a lot during Passover.  I’d say it was’t my fault, but none of you would believe me.  You’re quite right; it is. The problem, you see, is the variety of foods that can be considered chametz. … Continue reading

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And then what happened?

Looking back over the last few weeks of posts, I noticed a couple of stories that required followup.  So I figured I’d catch up. I wrote earlier about my struggles with speaking in tongues.  The women’s study has continued and … Continue reading

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Surnamed

For that reason God is not ashamed to be surnamed their God – the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob…    ~Hebrews 11:16 This caught my eye recently.  Hebrews 11, of course, is the “Faith Hall of Fame,” a list … Continue reading

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Tongues

I promised I’d write about speaking in tongues, didn’t I?  So I will. The women’s Bible study on Wednesday has just started reading The Walk of the Spirit: The Walk of Power by Dave Roberson.  It is largely about praying … Continue reading

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Bezalel

This actually follows remarkably pat after yesterday’s post.  Pure coincidence as far as I know, though I suppose God may have had other ideas. This morning at the ladies’ bible study thing we listened to Jonathan Cahn‘s message at the … Continue reading

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Breathing

I am amused to note that this blog got one hit on Christmas – from some poor shmo who googled “how to make barium chromate.”  I hope he or she is successful in their quest and doesn’t die from all … Continue reading

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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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