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
We live in a world which increasing focuses on social justice. We hear about it on television. It has become a regular topic of politicians. It has even become a major fixture on sports and sporting events. This is not
Many years ago when I was in high school, our school received our very first computers. Knowing that the world slowly transforming toward being computer dependent my father insisted that I sign up for the programming class. The programming language
This past Shabbat in synagogue, we read our weekly Torah Parsha, which includes the most well-known portions of Scripture in the entire Bible, especially to Jewish people. It is found in Deuteronomy 6:4-9, known in short as the Shema and V’Ahavta.
On my journeys to share my faith with people in the different countries I have visited, quite often after I speak, one or more of the people from the conference or church body at which I was sharing would come up to me and say these words, “I wish I was Jewish.”
There are many things in the Bible that help me to have confidence and faith in the overpowering forgiveness of G-D. One of the most significant is the book of Deuteronomy. Yes, the last book of the Torah, or first five books of the Bible.