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      The Biblical Feasts of Israel All Point to Jesus

      God commanded His people: Have a feast! Take a break! He made festivals part of the Law, codifying the commandments to stop for a...

      Jesus and the Ten Commandments

      We generally say that we are not under the Law of Moses anymore, but how about the Ten Commandments? Do they still count? What...

      What's in a Mezuzah?

      Mezuzah is the Hebrew word for doorframe. It is also the name of the little ornament you often see attached to Jewish doorframes, and...

      How The Feast of Trumpets Became Rosh HaShana

      What is Rosh Hashana? Much of the world celebrates a new start as December 31st turns into January 1st, whereas Jewish people now celebrate...

      Why Did Jesus Curse the Fig Tree?

      By Noel Goetz Did you ever stop to wonder why Jesus cursed the fig tree in Mark Chapter 11? The truth is I really didn't understand...

      The Meaning Behind the Israeli Flag

      The Israeli flag can be seen all around the country, and is a symbol of joy and dreams realized to many. If you love...

      The Name of God

      The name of God in the Jewish Scriptures is an enigmatic mystery. People often pronounce the four Hebrew letters (YHWH) as “Yahweh” or “Jehovah”,...

      How God Trained David to be an Extraordinary King

      In a contest for the best king of Israel, David would surely win. Though not without flaws, he was an incredible leader, and a...

      Why was Yeshua a Carpenter?

      It is interesting that Yeshua was a carpenter (according to Mark 6:3)1 rather than, say, a fisherman. The Bible tells us that He began...

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