The Days of Awe

Do you know what I find ironic looking back over the last two years? When state governments told churches to close, they did. In some states like California and Nevada, casinos and strip clubs were open, but churches had to shut down. Some Christian celebrities got together and thought they could solve the problem by... Continue Reading →

God’s Calendar

What's today's date? What do you have going on for the rest of this week? Did you have to think about two different calendars? A family calendar and a work calendar? Does your fiscal year start at a different point than the new year? What's with all the questions? I wanted to prepare your mind... Continue Reading →

Replacement or Reconciliation

In the garden, Jesus prayed that we all might be one, and in Ephesians, Paul wrote that Jesus tore down the middle wall of separation between Jew and Gentile. There are many different notions of unity; some believe we need to put away doctrine and unify with everyone who claims Jesus. Others say unity is... Continue Reading →

Why Jewish Roots?

I was saved at an early age and grew up in church. My journey has allowed me to see various parts of the body of Christ, but in March of 2014, the Lord began preparing me for something that would happen during my birthday weekend that year. April 15-20, 2014, I attended a Passover Conference,... Continue Reading →

BE Delivered

Passover is a time of deliverance. It is an invitation to examine our hearts and lives and get the leaven (sin) out. It is also one of three appointed Feasts of the Lord. Passover is the story of the Hebrew people being delivered from bondage and the fulfillment of our redemption from sin through the... Continue Reading →

Treasuring The Torah

2 Timothy 3:16-17 LSB "All Scripture is God-breathed and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness,17 so that the man of God may be equipped, having been thoroughly equipped for every good work." These are the two quintessential verses for the doctrine of the inspiration of Scripture. They are the two... Continue Reading →

A Covenant Keeping God

The Bible is a book about covenants from beginning to end, and God is a covenant, God. So Paul wrote to the Galatians that through Jesus, the blessing of Abraham comes to the Gentiles, and to the Romans, he noted that Abraham is the father of us all.  To understand the new covenant fully, we... Continue Reading →

The Hidden Hand of God

Tonight and tomorrow are joyous days of celebration for the Jewish people. Tonight marks the beginning of Purim, the celebration of the Jewish people being delivered from the murderous plot of the wicked Haman. Esther is a short book, and I encourage you to read it, as I will only be highlighting a few portions... Continue Reading →

Biblical Unity

Much has been said, and rightly so concerning unity in the Church. But what does unity look like? Is it really about setting doctrine aside and accepting professions of faith at face value when there is no fruit behind the confession? Years ago, Catholics and Evangelicals Together came on the scene declaring we’re all together.... Continue Reading →

The Cultural Component of Bible Study

As Christians, we understand the importance of Bible reading and study. But inevitably, there will always be something that trips us up primarily because we don't understand the context of what is being said or happening in a story. We've all been there; we grab a commentary, look up a word, or search the internet... Continue Reading →

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