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Theology – what is it good for?

 Theology. Sounds heavy, right? Should it be a central part of our lives? Or is it a lot of highbrow arguing that just takes us away from God? How about you? Do you find the term intimidating? Theology comes from 2 Greek words: “Theos” and “Logia”. “Theos” means God,  and “Logia” is knowledge or study. So

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Treasure to take with you when you die

“I thank God, … longing to see you, even as I recall your tears, so that I may be filled with joy” (2 Tim 1:3a, 4). According to legend, Alexander the Great was buried with an empty hand sticking out of his coffin. It was the emperor’s way of saying

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The Power of Our Thought From a Messianic perspective

 The thoughts you meditate on are most likely apparent in your everyday life. If you go on thinking the way you’ve always thought, you’ll go on behaving the same way you’ve always behaved. And if you go on behaving the same way you’ve always behaved, you’ll keep getting the

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Jewish Holidays

Passover & Elijah: Ushering in the Great Redemption

It is a Passover tradition to have an extra place at the seder table for the prophet Elijah. I saw a Passover haiku (form of short poetry) which read: On Passover we Opened the door for Elijah Now our cat is gone. It’s a fun part of the celebration to

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The Pierced Messiah – Zechariah 12:10

You know these huge crosses we see inside big churches? For us Jews, the cross today is mostly identified as the symbol of Catholicism. But what if we told you that the idea of a Messiah nailed to a cross comes from our own Hebrew Scriptures? What if we told you that Zechariah, the

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Was Thanksgiving Based on Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles?

On the fourth Thursday of November, Americans celebrate the feast of Thanksgiving. The roots of the feast are quite interesting, and relate to the Biblical feast of Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles. “Over three centuries ago”, declared John F. Kennedy, “our forefathers in Virginia and in Massachusetts, far from home in

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