Proverbs Chapter 20

(Prov 20:1 NASB)  Wine is a mocker, strong drink a brawler, And whoever is intoxicated by it is not wise. Prov 20:1:      Scripture does not condemn, nor discourage, the use of alcohol.  The Hebrew term for “intoxicated” here is the Hebrew word shagah and...
Schedule of Upcoming Fall Feast Days

Schedule of Upcoming Fall Feast Days

Schedule of Upcoming Fall Feast Days The fall Feast Days are upon us!!! The autumn months are upon us – which means we are obliged to gather, relax, and observe those things which are to be written on our hearts by Elohim. How wonderful of a Father we have...

Proverbs Chaper 9

(Prov 9:1 NASB)  Wisdom has built her house, She has hewn out her seven pillars; (Prov 9:2 NASB)  She has prepared her food, she has mixed her wine; She has also set her table; (Prov 9:3 NASB)  She has sent out her maidens, she calls From the tops of the heights of...

Proverbs Chapter 6

Proverbs 6:       This chapter in Proverbs has very practical advice concerning worldly situations.  Proverbs is very practical in terms of work, business, financial situations and relationships as well as in spiritual advice. (Prov 6:1 NASB)  My son, if you have...

Proverbs Chapter 1

(Prov 1:1 NASB)  The proverbs of Solomon the son of David, king of Israel: Prov 1:1:      Most of the proverbs found in Solomon’s book are concise and pointed.  They draw the attention of the learner, imprinting themselves upon his memory, teaching him an...

Leviticus Chapter 26

The prophecies contained in this chapter of Leviticus in conjunction with Ezekiel chapter 4 are nothing short of miraculous. Elohim tells the Israelites their future over 3300 years before it happens.

Leviticus Chapter 16

This chapter is about the Great Day of Atonement. This holiday is celebrated on the tenth day of the seventh month. The word atonement means “to cover up.”

Leviticus Chapter 15

This chapter of Leviticus covers secret sin and Elohim’s view of it. Our secret sins can cause some very open problems. David referred to secret sin his heart (Psalm 51:3-12).

Leviticus Chapter 12

The previous chapter showed us that the world around us is filled with unclean things and we can be contaminated by contact with them. The external character of sin is characterized by the physical elements of certain animals, fish, birds, and insects and all dead things. Sin is all around us. It is everywhere in this lost world.

2 Peter Chapter 1

Peter calls himself a bond-servant and apostle (missionary) of Yeshua Messiah. He tells us to whom he is writing. He is writing to those who “have received a faithfulness of the same kind as ours by the righteousness of our Elohim and and Savior, Yeshua Messiah.”

Leviticus Chapter 11

This chapter is one of the high points in Scripture, but it is one of the most ignored chapters by Christianity. In Leviticus 11 and Deuteronomy 14, Elohim gives us explicit orders as to what is considered food and what is not considered food. Christians for some 1600 years have thought this chapter doesn’t apply anymore and can and should be ignored. This chapter describes what has been called the “Levitical Diet.” But nowhere in this chapter are Levites even mentioned.

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