Moran Rosenblit

Moran Rosenblit
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Moran is the Founder and Executive Director of Hope for Israel, which is a service and resource-providing ministry that aims to bring the hope of the Messiah back to Israel. It is also a resource center for current and timely news updates concerning Israel that provides daily prayer alerts, Bible teachings, and weekly blogs in order to help believers across the world understand what God is doing in the Land, how to pray for Israel and filter everything through the Word of God. Moran is the Founder and Executive Director of Hope for Israel, which is a service and resource-providing ministry that aims to bring the hope of the Messiah back to Israel. It is also a resource center for current and timely news updates concerning Israel that provides daily prayer alerts, Bible teachings, and weekly blogs in order to help believers across the world understand what God is doing in the Land, how to pray for Israel and filter everything through the Word of God.

Commentary on Parashat Bo (Come)

Moran writes, "This week’s Scripture portion is chock-full of wonderful things that connect to Messiah, and how He fulfilled the role as the perfect, unblemished Lamb. I want to focus on verses 5 and 6 in Exodus 12."

Commentary on Parashat Va’eira (And I appeared)

Moran writes, "I want to put an emphasis on one thought, which I believe is so important for us to understand: God is the same yesterday, today and forever; He is our Redeemer, our King, and our Sovereign Ruler."

Commentary on Parashat Shemot (Names)

Moran writes, "I want to point out the significance of when the name Jacob is used versus Israel. We remember that Jacob’s name was changed to “Israel” after he wrestled with the divine being in Genesis 32."

Commentary on Parashat Vayechi (And he lived)

Moran writes, "One of the most significant parts of our reading speaks of the “blessing” which Jacob pronounced over his sons, before his death. It’s important to note that the ancient biblical blessings always had a prophetic element to them."

Commentary on Parashat Vayigash (And he approached)

Moran writes, "Why is this significant? It is yet another parallel between Joseph and Messiah Yeshua. While Pharaoh’s position was still above Joseph’s, the people saw them as the same – they represented the same power and authority."

Commentary on Parashat Mikeitz (From the end)

Moran writes, "As we continue with our study of the connection between the story of Joseph and of our Messiah, I want to remind you some closing remarks from last week’s blog..."

Commentary on Parashat Vayeishev (And he dwelt)

Moran writes, "The more I study and read from the first book of God’s Word, the book of Beresheet (Genesis), the more I marvel at how truly amazing it is. This book lays the foundation for every part of our faith, and gives us a glimpse into God’s prophetic story of redemption."

Commentary on Parashat Vayishlach (And He Sent)

Moran writes, "But I do know that Jacob’s wrestling brought him a new identity, through which God chose to bless the world, and to restore the world back to Him."

Commentary on Parashat Vayeizei (And He Went Forth)

Moran writes, "Jacob’s dream is so rich and much can be (and has been) written on it. One of the most important parts of this dream that I would like to point out has to do with God affirming, once again..."

Commentary Parashat Toldot (Offspring)

Moran writes, "The first one is this important recurring theme of barrenness, which plays a significant role in the lives of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and their wives."