Moran writes, "In this week’s parasha, we can see one of the reasons that we are to read the entire Word of God as a whole, rather than dividing it into two parts."
Moran writes, "Our lives are all a matter of perspective! Do we look at everything that happens in our lives from a self-centered perspective, or from a godly perspective?"
Moran writes about Joseph: "His faith was not in the words that he spoke, but rather in the way he lived; he chose to live righteously before the Lord, even at the cost of the false accusations that followed."
Moran writes, "I believe that the Scriptures show us that their jealousy was not just because of Jacob’s special love for Joseph, but also because they saw something different in Joseph…they saw God’s blessing on him."
Moran writes, "Has the Lord ever asked you to do something that terrified you, or that seemed bigger than you? In our parasha this week, God commands Jacob to go back to the Land that He promised to Abraham and Isaac."
Moran writes, "The truth of the matter (which is a fact that cannot be denied) is that there is a God, He is real, He is the Creator of the world, and He is sovereign over everything within it."
Moran writes, "Regardless of what men may think or say, the God that you have chosen to trust is a faithful God; His plan is the best plan for your life."
Moran writes, "In this week’s parasha, we can be encouraged to trust and take hold of the Lord’s faithfulness to fulfill His promises, and take comfort in His unlimited favor, grace, and power."
Moran writes, "I love this account from the book of Genesis for many reasons; it reveals to us something about God’s character, His faithfulness to fulfill His promises, His unlimited favor, grace, and power..."
Moran writes, "God also promised an incredible blessing for future generations; all the families of the earth would be blessed because of Abram’s obedience!"