Moran writes, "What I admire most about Noah is his commitment to honoring God regardless of the cost. His righteousness was a result of his faith in God, which he then put into action."
Moran writes, "This is not just pertinent to Jewish followers of Messiah; we can all – Jew and Gentile alike- gain a great deal of insight in these Torah readings!"
Moran writes, "I love God’s appointed times; they are such a great reminder of the One who was, who is, and who is to come! They are also a great time for us to reflect on the past, be thankful in the present, and look forward to the future."
Moran writes, "Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is quickly approaching. During the last few days, I have been reflecting a lot on my life, my relationship with God, and my walk with God..."
Moran writes, "We tend to think more highly of ourselves than we ought to. I’m not advocating being self-deprecating, or having “low self-esteem.” What I’m talking about is having a right understanding of our position towards the Lord."
Moran writes, "The Lord wants our eyes on Him and Him alone. He wants to be our God. We are to fear, honor, admire, and respect Him over anything else in our lives…especially that intimidating “giant” standing before us."
Moran writes, "This week’s reading portion is quite dense, but there are some real pearls of wisdom if we look closely. The parasha details the commandments that God gave the children of Israel—what they were to do, and not to do—when they came to the Land."
Moran writes, "Our weekly reading this week is full of different precepts full of great wisdom, love, and grace; they also deal with some moral issues that are helpful for us today."
Moran writes, "As I was reading our Scripture portion for this week, I was amazed at how full it is with many references pointing to the Messiah such as..."
Moran writes, "In this week’s reading, we find a very interesting principal that was originally put forth in Genesis chapter 2, and that is the principal of making wise choices."