Through my journey this idea developed, which helped me to discover contentment within myself and with the circumstances of these times. The man and the woman from the garden as now being defined as two groups; the Jews and the Gentiles is not so well defined by a specific scriptural reference. I first shared this… Continue reading Becoming One: The Jew and the Gentile
The Bible is a combination of literal and figurative language. While being documented historical fact, it is also beautifully poetically written at the same time. God made a garden and in that garden He placed two trees. One tree is the tree of life while the other is the tree of knowledge of good and… Continue reading The Two Trees
Perhaps there is something in my physical DNA that connects me to God, but I feel that everyone who seeks God, truth, goodness, and love is Israel. I believe that Israel is a "place" of "a people" who all seek and desire the goodness of God. Whoever God is as all who are trying to… Continue reading Who Are the Lost Tribes of Israel?
The one person that unites us all. The only man who understood all things. He understood the things of God. Our redeemer. He is the other half of God. A man, He is the Bride. He is Israel. Israel is the people of God, A woman. We are the opposite of God. We are physical.… Continue reading The Jewish Bride of Israel
The Sabbath is such an important day to observe in Judaism. There is a submission there that I don't see anywhere else that tells me we have a Creator that is a higher authority that is revered, remembered, and respected. In Christianity, the beauty of the Sabbath seems to be misunderstood. The Sabbath is… Continue reading Shabbat Shalom!
How about instead, we talk about the universal language of love? You can't interpret religion anymore. It isn't consistent, it's been hypocritical, and its caused wars. God does not want us to be independent of one another. God wants us to work with one another. When He said He is One, he meant all of… Continue reading Let’s Not Talk religion!
During this time at Passover, God commanded the Israelites to take a lamb for their home to be slaughtered after four days of living with it. This was done on the Sabbath just before Passover began, five days before the Israelite Exodus. The lamb was considered to be sacred, worshiped by the Egyptians, so Moses… Continue reading Create a god in your own image cause your upbringing told you so?