Malcolm writes, "Those who see no biblical significance in Israel’s modern day restoration believe that Israel, by virtue of her rejection of Jesus, has forfeited the promises pertaining to Canaan made to her by God in the Abrahamic Covenant."
How does the Golden Rule to do unto others as you would have them do unto you summarize the whole Torah?
Hannah writes, "In other words, Messiah taught that even the most trivial variations in the Hebrew Scriptures are there for a reason, and are as enduring as the earth. If so, it follows that they can yield profound insights... for those with eyes to see."
Asher writes, "We respect the priestly elements in both Jewish and Christian traditions, and we recognize that the symbolic signs all point to Yeshua’s spiritual priesthood in Heaven."
David writes, "I believe that this is not just for the Christians who already have a burden for Israel, but I believe that it is the LORD's desire is for every Christian to have His heart for His land and His people."
Eric writes, "Pasta is Italian, bagels are Jewish, and chicken chow mein is Chinese right? Wrong... What does this lost history of these different popular foods have to do with Jesus and Christianity? The answer is simple..."
Rev. David Pileggi talks about the importance of Living Water with reference to the geographical location of the largest spring complex in the Middle East and it’s significance as a picture of the inexhaustible supply of pure water that flows from the Spirit of God.
A commentary on the weekly Torah portion.
Moran writes, "In our Scripture reading this week, we see a continuation of last week’s portion regarding what we are to do with the treasures that God has entrusted to us."
"When we pray, is God really listening? According to Yeshua, a person should talk to God like a child speaking to his or her father."