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 Ekev (Because of )

Moran writes, "God’s choosing of, and His love for Israel was never conditional; those were the basis of His covenant with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. What was conditional, however, was the intensity of blessing that Israel would experience if they loved and obeyed God with all their hearts."

Commentary on Parashat Va’etchanan (To Implore or Beg…)

Moran writes, "In this week’s Scripture portion, we see a connection between the promise of the Land and Israel’s election. Sadly, this subject is widely misunderstood within the Body of Messiah (among both Jewish and Gentile members), and I want to address it according to what the Scriptures say..."

Commentary on Parashat D’varim (Words)

Moran writes, "As we begin the book of Deuteronomy, I must say that I love the way our God works in that He is in the business of reminding! He knows us so well."

Commentary on Parashat Mattot (Tribes)

Moran writes, "In the end, it’s really about our willingness to settle for less than God’s best. We cheat ourselves out of living in His abundant blessing because we prefer to settle for what seems like the better end of the deal at the time."

Commentary on Parashat Pinchas

Moran writes, "In this week’s reading, we find a great example of the godly character and leadership of Moses."

Commentary on Parashat Balak

Moran writes, "Often we give in to our fleshly desires, which may start with a “smaller” sin… we say to ourselves, “Just this time”, but it doesn’t stop there. Why?"

Commentary on Parashat Chukat (Statute of)

Moran writes, "Often times in our walk with the Lord, we find ourselves dealing with the same struggles, which serve to increase and strengthen our faith, as well as to remind us of God’s absolute sovereignty, power, and holiness."

Commentary on Parashat Korach

Moran writes, "It is interesting to note that some of the men leading the rebellion alongside Korah were the descendants of Reuben. Recall that Reuben was the oldest of Jacob’s sons, which meant that people looked up to him and revered him as the first-born."

Commentary on Parashat Shelach (Send Forth)

Moran writes, "This week’s scripture portion is quite well known, but has some unfortunate mistranslations in the English versions."

Commentary on Parashat Behaalot’ha (When You Kindle)

Moran writes, "In this week’s parasha, we find the Children of Israel complaining of their situation in the wilderness. Numbers 11 opens with a description of the state of mind of the people of Israel, which was selfishness..."

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