Biblical Teachings

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

His perfect plan

PARASHAT VAYEISHEV (AND HE DWELT) BERESHEET (GENESIS) 37:1–40:23 This week’s reading brings us to some very rich and important passages; we learn of the story of...

Heaven’s King and Great High Priest, Melchi Zedek

Richard writes, "Yeshua would come to earth in a Body prepared for Him, through the virgin, the fulfillment of the two families of king David and high priest Zadok of Aaron."

Anyone can study the Bible this way

Daniel writes, "When people “pick and choose” their passages and verses to develop doctrine they can arrive at very odd conclusions."

There is deliverence on Mount Zion (VeYislach)

"Unlike most of the other prophets Obadiah doesn’t encourage the people to repent. He brings his message as a matter of fact."

Lessons from the life of Jacob

Eric writes, "Like Peter we find Jacob having similar faith battles. One example of this is Jacob deceiving his father in stealing Esau’s blessing. Jacob was trying to bring about a prophecy through his own abilities."

Being made small

Moran writes, "We have some very special verses in this week’s Scripture portion (parasha) that I will translate directly from the Hebrew..."

Generational Mandate

Cody writes, "Read those verses again. According to these Psalms, every person has a part to play in generational discipleship. When this happens, all nations will praise God."

What is truth?

Elhanan writes, "Many untruths have arisen upon the earth to have their brief day beneath the sun, and then collapse under their own weight. And some of those that have persisted to this day have been greatly angered by the restoration of the people of Jesus to their former estate..."

Who is the underdog?

Eric writes, "Could that be why—among the 50 Muslim-majority nations in the world—only three of them (Egypt, Jordan and Turkey) actually recognize Israel’s right to exist? So who is the underdog?"

So what did Solomon really ask for?

Carolyn writes, "Wisdom, right? That’s what we all learned as children... But what did Solomon really ask for? The original Hebrew in 1 Kings 3:9 says..."