Eric writes, "Every year when I read through the book of Exodus and come to the series of chapters that deal with the Tabernacle I find something new that causes me to be amazed."
Eric writes, "My favorite question is “Why do you still keep the Sabbath?”, and it is the answer to this question that I want to focus on in this blog."
Eric writes, "There are some events in the Bible that if I had a spiritual bucket list these events would be on it. But the event that I would put highest on my spiritual bucket list is the event that takes place in Exodus 40:34-35."
Eric writes, "In life, we are often confronted by, questions such, as is the glass half full or half empty. We are told that the answer to the question depends on our point of view or our level of optimism."
Eric writes, "One of the most exciting things for me to experience is when watching what happens when people I love hear and obey the voice of G-D in their lives and see the blessing and fruit that comes from listening to His voice."
Eric writes, "This one line of text is a spiritual reset that is the precursor to everything that follows. Why?"
Eric writes, "One of my favorite verses from the Bible is also one of the most often quoted verses because it holds a promise of G-D’s deliverance and His mighty power."
Eric writes, "In this scam, Adam and Eve were told that they didn’t need to keep a commandment G-D gave them. They fell for the scam. It is my hope that today’s Body of Messiah will not."
Eric writes, "Recently, I was at an airport and watched with a remembering smile as a young person made the effort to walk up the down escalator. It immediately brought two memories to my mind."
Eric writes, "The Bible is a book filled with blessings, teachings, words of encouragement, and warnings. Many times a single verse can carry within it each of these categories and more."