Sukkot – A Closing “Moed” Festival – Ingathering

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Today we observe the 8th Day of the Moed, or the Feast of Sukkot, or commonly called “tabernacles.” It is also known as the “Feast of Ingathering,”a time that the harvest is brought into the barn. I know this is not according to the traditional or orthodox reckoning of the calendar, but our fellowship is […]

Help My Unbelief

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The more I study The Scriptures, the more I learn that there is not a single one of us who doesn’t struggle with believing what our Creator has said. We ALL struggle with what is plainly written, due to our own filter of tradition, personal experience, past hurts, insecurities, fears, and doubt. But the promises […]

Remember His Name

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Yahweh desires to reveal who He is to His people. After 400 years in bondage in Mitsrayim/Egypt, Yah sent Moshe (known as Moses in most versions of Scripture) to bring them out of slavery. In doing so he exposed the false mighty ones of Pharaoh and the Egyptians/Mitsrite. He brought their names to nothing, proving […]

Torah Perspective Reboot

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I took a break from the Torah Perspective blog, to get perspective. I took down all the posts from all the way back to the beginning, in 2005. Many of those old blog posts no longer represent who I am now, or what I have come to know. This is a reboot. If this is […]