Guys!! I am so excited about Dr. Adler’s new book coming out that I can barely sleep! Right now I am listening to a podcast with Gene Porter as they discuss the book, Dr. Adler’s background and this crazy Torah awakening!! You have got to hear this!!
I woke this morning to an email from friend, Hanoch Young, announcing a terrific new article in Breaking Israel News by Dr. Rivkah Lambert Adler. Guys, you have GOT to go read this article that pulls together some neat pieces and people.
Recently, I posted the Ari Abramowitz radio program about Torah keeping non-Jews and have written before about friends in Jordan, with at least one dear couple from that community as personal close friends. Here, the several pieces come together, but most exciting is that this article portents an increasing speed of recognition and visibility for the global non-Jewish Torah keeping community. Just as we saw in yesterday’s post about Scott Hillman’s denominational leaders being willing to take a closer look, here we have Jews taking a closer look…
Folks, the ‘tectonic shift,’ is underway! The article is from a decidedly Jewish perspective, but Parham makes a solid and true statement that Yeshua is our Messiah and that is non-negotiable!! Check this out!!
A loooong day of travel that started yesterday mid-morning with a two hour drive to the airport, and several travel glitches, but we are here! Already, have had a couple neat blessings.
The trip is long, and we had a couple layovers. A change in the Miami connection turned the 1.5 hour layover we originally scheduled into 4 hours of sitting, but no real hassle. The Madrid layover was a bit more interesting… The Israeli security screening team was no joke. One member of our small party was pulled into a room to be searched, all her belonging were searched and she was questioned for about 30 minutes as passengers were boarding… That was interesting and called for some prayer.
We arrived in Tel Aviv about 45 minutes behind schedule and hailed a taxi. Fun conversation over the language barriers. He was from Azerbaijan and knew little English. I know less Hebrew, so it was interesting making a connection, but he’ll pick us up tomorrow! What was even more interesting is that as we pulled up in front of our hotel, Kelly points to a man standing on the opposite side of the street and says, “Hey!! That’s Continue reading “We’re HERE!!! and, a surprise! (Pics, too.)”
Here is a terrific short podcast from United2Restore. Founders, Ken Rank and Hanoch Young discuss several topics, but the primary purpose is to discuss the upcoming Congress that Kelly and I will be attending in May.
So, a couple days ago while reading/researching the beginning of the series we started yesterday, A Common Error in Christianity and Judaism, I came across a couple verses I do not recall having ever seen. Because I was researching examples of ‘Israel’ and ‘Judah’ in juxtaposition, this was one of the passages that I happened upon…
7 He took a yoke of oxen and cut them in pieces, and sent them throughout the territory of Israel by the hand of messengers, saying, “Whoever does not come out after Saul and after Samuel, so shall it be done to his oxen.” Then the dread of the Lord fell on the people, and they came out as one man.8 He [a]numbered them in Bezek; and the sons of Israel were 300,000, and the men of Judah30,000.9 They said to the messengers who had come, “Thus you shall say to the men of Jabesh-gilead, ‘Tomorrow, by the time the sun is hot, you will have deliverance.’” So the messengers went and told the men of Jabesh; and they were glad.10 Then the men of Jabesh said, “Tomorrow we will come out to you, and you may do to us whatever seems good [b]to you.”11 The next morning Saul put the people in three companies; and they came into the midst of the camp at the morning watch and struck down the Ammonites until the heat of the day. Those who survived were scattered, so that no two of them were left together.
We have the luxury of having milk goats and therefore, fresh milk. One of the interesting things about fresh milk is that the cream rises to the top. Most know this, however, the dairy industry has virtually erased the examples from our refrigerators by taking some cream off the milk, then homogenizing the rest.
The process of homogenizing is a bit violent in that the milk is processed in such a manner that the fat globules in the remaining cream are broken up to such a degree that they will remain suspended in the milk rather than rise to the top. As such, every tablespoon of milk, from top to bottom in a gallon will look exactly the same. supposedly, consumers like this.
Me? I know better. I love skimming cream off of the top of a couple quarts of fresh milk for my coffee, or to enrichen some delicious dish. Mashed potatoes with fresh cream… (Now, that is ‘the bomb.’)
Recently, I’ve had several conversations concerning the divisions in the Hebraic movement. There are so many divisions that it is hard to fathom Yeshua’s final prayer with the disciples. He prayed for, among other things, unity!! He prayed they (us) would be ‘one.’ Echad!
Yet, a cursory look at Christendom and we find little unity… even less among the Hebraic. The Adversary must be delighted! (But, I digress.)
Does ‘unity’ mean ‘homogenous?’ Let’s consider the definitions and some Scripture.