Some time ago, labwork came back with a suspicion that I had a brain tumor, the kind that could potentially press on my optic nerve and cause sudden blindness. The test was considered to be over 90% accurate for tumor, so my doctor scheduled an MRI to see where it was located. During the ... Read More about By Whose Stripes We Are Healed
Scripture tells us that everything in the Bible points to our Messiah, Yeshua. For Christ is the telos of the law for righteousness to everyone who believes (Romans 10:4). The Greek word telos means “the point aimed at” or “the goal.” Just as a telescope points us to the stars, the Law was given so ... Read More about The Biblical Feasts (Free E-Book)
(This post was originally published on August 24, 2012.) I've been thinking a lot lately about the purpose of my life. Yeah, I know. Deep stuff. :-) Seriously, though, I can just go about my tasks each day -- homeschooling, cooking, laundry, errands, phone calls -- and days slip by ... Read More about Keep Calm and Wait for the King
Next week I'll plan to return to my normal Bible-study posts, but for today, I wanted to give you an update on the conference we attended last weekend. Here were some of the most "Quotable Quotes" from the conference: "For myself, commitment without compromise. For everyone else, mercy ... Read More about Report on the B’ney Yosef North American Summit
I'm going to depart from my normal Bible study and just write a newsy little post this week. You see, we're headed out of town this weekend, and I just don't see how I'll have the time to study and write. However, lots of really cool things are going on, and I wanted to share my heart. Back in ... Read More about A Newsy Little Update
For today, I decided to copy a post I originally wrote over at my website, Who Is Israel. It's one of the posts I refer back to most, because it takes me back to my Bible, using various word pictures to tell me about Israel. Just as Yeshua always taught with stories and parables, and just as my ... Read More about Who Is Israel?
As I read through my Bible, searching for instructions I could personally apply to my life, I came to the book of Leviticus, with its chapters of sacrifices and instructions for the priesthood. I continued reading through Leviticus 11, with its listing of clean and unclean animals, as we have ... Read More about Keeping Clean: The Laws of Niddah
"I have stretched out My hands all day long to a rebellious people, who walk in a way that is not good, according to their own thoughts; a people who provoke Me to anger continually to My face; ...who eat swine’s flesh, and the broth of abominable things is in their vessels" (Isaiah 65:2-4). Even t ... Read More about Food’s Many Gray Areas