Eric writes, "Surprisingly, this lesson is not taught by any of the principle characters, such as Abraham, Isaac, or even Sarah. It is actually taught to us by Abraham's servant."
Eric writes, "Within the book, in the middle of these supernatural events is a key to why these events took place and the key to have the supernatural take place in your life when you are under spiritual attack."
Eric writes, "Within these first few sentences, the plan of salvation of man is established and a key principle to finding that means of redemption is also established."
Eric writes, "So, we see Adam named all creation and now we read that Yeshua would give those who overcome a new name. But the prophesies don’t end there..."
Eric writes, "However, when we read and study these days in the full context of Scripture, we learn that the most important component of these days is not about the here and now, but about the eternal."
Eric writes, "While Yom Teruah was a Holy Day that I always looked forward, to it was also a day that I hated to see end. I always had mixed feelings as the 100 blasts of the shofar came to a close."
Eric writes, "So this year, as we enter this amazing season of the Fall Holy Days, let's remember that G-D loves new beginnings so much He gave 52 new weeks, 12 new months, and 5 New Years and rejoice that we get to participate in Newness."
Eric writes, "To better understand the shofar blast, think back to those wonderful old westerns, the movies in which the hero has been surrounded by the enemy and all looks hopeless..."
Eric writes, "As a matter of fact, every Biblical Holy Day is a memorial designed by G-D to remind us of something that has happened, or to remind us of something that is going to happen, or both."
Eric writes, "But the location of our dwelling is not the most important concept being brought out in these Scriptures. The real point is not where we will dwell. Rather, will we dwell, and if so, how will we dwell."