Moran writes, "This week’s portion opens with an interesting yet mysterious ritual, which is actually the entire 12th chapter of Leviticus."
Eric writes, "At the very beginning of the book of Mark, we read of a number of miracles that Yeshua (Jesus) performed. One of those was the cleansing of the man with Tza-arat (the leper)."
Ron writes, "There is a little passage in the first chapter of Revelation that throws a monkey wrench into replacement theology..."
Ariel writes, "In Acts 15, the prophecy of the tabernacle of David from Amos 9 became a pivotal passage for understanding how and why God was bringing the Gentiles into the faith."
Eric writes, "My faith difficulties like many other people comes not in trusting what Yeshua did but in my putting too much trust in what I do."
Moran writes, "Have you ever wondered why God gave Israel laws regarding food in the Bible? In this week’s portion, we read God’s instructions to Israel with regard to the animals that they can eat and cannot eat."
Howard writes, "The Son of God came here to live and die as a sacrifice to cleanse all things on the Earth and in the heavenlies. And it is to Earth that He is returning!"
Richard writes, "I saw a great outpouring of God’s Holy Spirit falling on many people who were gathered together in the ben Hinnom Valley and in the hills surrounding this Hinnom Valley by the Old City of Jerusalem."
"Have you ever wondered why God brought Abraham from Ur in Mesopotamia to the land of Canaan?"
Ron writes, "The Messiah is not returning to the land of Israel, but to the people of Israel—to Israelis! What brings Him back are the cries of His people."