Biblical Teachings

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

Yeshua and the law

Parashat Metzora (Leprosy) Vayikra (Leviticus) 14:1–15:33 Our weekly portion starts with a precise description...

I call you friends

Elhanan writes, "These words spoken by the Messiah to his disciples were uttered at the celebration of Passover in Jerusalem. The central memorial of that festival is the remembering of Israel’s exodus from Egypt, where a nation of slaves became a nation of free men and women."

Passover, leprosy and forgiveness

I love the Passover season when we begin preparing our homes for the observance of the memorial celebration of the deliverance of...

Reflections of redemption in Nisan, Part 2

Hannah writes, "God’s word never gives pointless information, so we would do well to ponder the events that were recorded as happening 'on the first day of the first month'."

No longer alone

Eitan writes, "Once united with Him, I can enjoy the richness of shared life with the people around me, and I am no longer alone."

It’s not the end of the world

Moshe writes, "When we feel overwhelmed it’s good to remember that it’s not the end of the world until it’s the end of the world, but then it is the end of the world!"

Preparing for persecution

Cody writes, "Do not despair about the future, there is good news! The greatest outpouring of the Holy Spirit and harvest of souls will be happening simultaneously with this global persecution."

Revelation: Crisis reveals

Elhanan writes, "It is the crisis that reveals if the fabric is dyed-in-the-wool and woven into a firm garment, or if it is merely a surface print on thin fabric that tears asunder at the first strain."

Israel’s missing milestone or, whatever happened to the real “Rosh Hashana”?

Hannah writes, "The Biblical New Year, Rosh Ha-Hodashim, fell this year on April 6. And as it rolled past again, the Jewish community made no attempt to honor or keep it. Learn why the followers of Yeshua can and should restore this neglected commandment."

The exodus experience

Asher writes, "Through Yeshua, we enter into the revelatory meaning of the Torah; by faith, we live out the spiritual experience of the Exodus."