Eric Tokajer

Eric Tokajer
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Eric Tokajer is author of With Me in Paradise, Transient Singularity and OY! How Did I Get Here?: Thirty-One Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me Before Entering Ministry. Eric Tokajer is author of With Me in Paradise, Transient Singularity and OY! How Did I Get Here?: Thirty-One Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me Before Entering Ministry.

Living under a curse of Esau

Eric writes, "The key to prosperity is in rejecting the lie of satan when he would tell us that in a moment of weakness and hunger we traded away an eternal promise for a momentary fleshly craving."

Fewer calories – all the taste

Eric writes, "And in many cases, the self-deception is worse because we actually convince ourselves that the spiritual poisons we have chosen replace the obvious sin..."

Catching someone or catching something – the choice is yours

Eric writes, "While this story does show the love Yeshua had for both G-D’s Word and for people and the mercy that is inherent within the Torah, there is a much larger too often missed lesson in this story and it is key to understanding a much greater problem than the woman’s adulterous behavior."

Home meetings: The only real hope for the Body of Messiah

Eric writes, "It is true that the only real hope we have of reaching the current generation of seekers as well as the generations that will follow is to focus on home meetings as the primary source of outreach and the community building."

Why it is so important that we see G-D’s back side?

Eric writes, "Moses’ response once he saw G-D’s history of forgiveness and love was to ask G-D to forgive the rest of Israel. You see, every time we are forgiven, we become a part of the history of G-D’s forgiveness..."

Now that G-D has forgiven you, you must forgive yourself

Eric writes, "How many times have we heard this statement, especially when someone is speaking to a brand new believer? Yet, you can search through the entire Bible and you will not find one place where we are told to forgive ourselves."

How order opens the door to the out of order

Eric writes, "While the Haggadah is important, it can be meaningless without understanding its context within the Seder. The word Seder means “order.” In our world, we live in a time where everyone wants to do things their own way."

The mystery of the mirrors

Eric writes, "What if the actual message of the mirrors is not in the image they show us when we view them, but rather in the vision that they are supposed to cast?"

The mystery of the golden calf

Two weeks ago the section of the Torah that was read in synagogues around the world included the making of and worshipping of the...

Jesus is to Christianity as pasta is to Italians

Eric writes, "Pasta is Italian, bagels are Jewish, and chicken chow mein is Chinese right? Wrong... What does this lost history of these different popular foods have to do with Jesus and Christianity? The answer is simple..."

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