Eric writes, "Only G-D knows the future and according to His promise to us it is an amazing future. He has also given us a long history of His faithfulness so that we can see that He is faithful and this allows us to walk forward in peace."
Dan writes, "The doctrine of the inerrancy of the Bible is one of the most important foundations for Biblical faith that unites Messianic Jews and Christians. Its loss is a terrible danger."
Moran writes, "This week’s reading is also a bit different because of Passover, so once again we take a break from our regular weekly reading of the parasha and we continue to read the amazing story of Israel’s redemption from the Egyptians."
Rev. Aaron Eime takes a look at the early origins of Easter and encourages us to celebrate it because on it God did something amazing.
1. SPRING CLEANING Yep, it’s that time of year! A time to declutter… and finally go through that pile of papers staked on the countertop...
“Passover” – this name is given to the holiday because, during the plague of the death of the firstborn, God “passed over” the homes of the children of Israel.
"When “the devil had finished every temptation, he left Him until an opportune time” (Luke 4:13). The opportune time came in Gethsemane."
"Every year, during Passover, we remember that God stepped into the history of an obscure family of slaves, and performed mighty acts in order to deliver them from their bondage."
Orna writes, "God had set plenty of special opportunities for us in the Biblical calendar to meet with Him. They are called Mo’ed or Mo’adim in Hebrew, meaning a specific Date. Each one with its unique rituals and significance."
Howard writes, "Today is no fools’ day except for those who deny the truth of Messiah being Jesus/Yeshua, and that He rose from the dead, as if there is no God capable of such power!"