Eric writes, "In my travels speaking around the world, I have noticed a surprising amount of believers in Yeshua (Jesus) who demonstrate both great faith and great fear."
Eric writes, "The story of Abraham begins with disobedience that starts a snowball of a broken family filled with hatred and fighting, but it ends with forgiveness and restoration, as Joseph and his brothers close the breach that Abraham opened."
Eric writes, "We are entering a period, a season, that is of tremendous prophetic importance to the entire Body of Messiah."
Eric writes, "Like the legendary Knights of the Round Table, G-D is in the center and the only true authority and we are all fulfilling our roles and responsibilities under His authority."
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."
Eric writes, "My advice to this young couple when they come to me will be the same advice that we were given as the betrothed Bride of Yeshua. Keep your relationship clear of spots, wrinkles and blemishes and you will have a wonderful marriage and life together."
Eric writes, "For many people, reading the Bible can seem just like the process of this artist's work. Too often when we read the Scriptures, the words don’t seem to line up with what we are seeing happening before our eyes."
Eric writes, "The more I thought about the time I wasted doing things in my world, when I could have been devoting all of my time to entering his world, the more I thought about a verse of Scripture from Exodus 24:12..."
Eric writes, "My goal as a rabbi is not to provide answers to all the questions people have about G-D, the Bible, and life in general. My goal is simply to help them find questions that will lead them to the One who does know all the answers."
Eric writes, "People will often ask me why I spend so much time looking into the Hebrew wording of the Old Testament. We speak English and we have many English translations of the Bible - why not just study, share, and teach from the English?"