The Jewish High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are coming up in the next few weeks. Pop culture, greeting cards, and special sales at the grocery store have made these holidays relatively well known. But if you were to look up
This week Dr. Jeffrey Seif spends a few minutes from his home office talking about the Gospel through the Book of Acts with you! Tune in below!
Enjoy some time with Rabbi Mark & Joseph Greenberg, as they go through the Torah Reading: Ekev or “Because” for the Week! Make sure to take some notes!
My favorite compliment Yeshua, Jesus, ever gave a person is “loves much.” Why? Because according to the story of the prostitute that finally FELT FORGIVEN, she was memorialized in scripture not for her sin, but for her thankfulness to God
In Matthew chapter 22, we find the Sadducees attempting to trap Yeshua (Jesus) by asking Him a loaded question about the Torah or Laws of Israel. I am not going to recount the entire event in this article, but it
Psalm 110 is a profound statement anticipatory of the unique stature of the Messiah. David begins: “ADONAI (the Tetragammata representing the ineffable Divine Name) said to ADONAI (my Lord), ‘shev yimini ad ashit oy’veneyka hadom l’ragleyka.’” “ADONAI said to my