Biblical Teachings

Teaching articles written by Israeli believers in Yeshua on a variety of bible-related subjects.

The primary error in ‘Word of Faith’ teaching

Daniel writes, "The problem in this teaching is that these promise statements in the Bible are said to be absolute according to a very strict interpretation. "

Parashat Matot: Family comes before business

"This week’s Torah portion discusses the topic of war. How ironic and sad is it that we, the State of Israel, are once again entangled in territorial conflicts, especially in Gaza."

World redemption

Daniel writes, "Let us keep in mind that the extension of the Kingdom in Yeshua to Israel and the nations will eventually reach this goal of world redemption."

For Your glory, Lord

"As believers, we have personal access to the God of the universe who can speak one word and heal us instantaneously, provide for us miraculously or create a universe for that matter."

My faith transition to believing in Yeshua as Messiah

"Why? Simply because we are still here." Over the years I have had many people ask me what was it that brought me from Judaism...

Commentary on Parashat Mattot (Tribes) and Masei (Journeys)

Moran writes, "What is God calling you to? Will you trust Him that He has a better plan for your life, even if you cannot see it clearly at the moment?"

The test and temptation of accomplishments

Guy writes, "1 Corinthians 10:13 declares that hardships and trials come into our lives, not to break us, but to build and strengthen us that we might persevere and ultimately overcome."

The source of reaction

"People are wired to respond to their environment. This trait is natural and has benefits for our preservation. But ... we discover that there are also ways that we react that are not beneficial and that we need to learn to control those reactions."

Parashat Pinchas: Good jealousy and bad jealousy

"This covenant of peace was God’s response to Phinehas’ act, it was actually a demand for the zealot to move over to a heritage of peace and acceptance of those different from him forever."

Commentary on Parashat Pinchas

Moran writes, "I am amazed again and again by the faithfulness of our LORD and the consistency of His Word! Let this encourage you in your walk with Him today."