The Bible is a great book to read. It is the most translated book in the world. Isn’t that nice? However, until the reader takes ownership of the words, it’s another book. What if we made the words apart of our lifestyles? What if those life-giving words, jump off the pages, and entered our very… Continue reading Torah of the Most High
May the Holy One, blessed is he, forever be exalted in your life & see Himself in you. Sha’alu Shalom Yerushalayim! Shabbat Shalom!
Do I Love God
To love a person is more than just to say the words, ‘I love you’ or an ‘I’m with her’ t-shirt, or a bumper sticker however cute but love is expressed through…
A Light in The Darkness
May the Love of our Father in Heaven shine thru us as a beacon to those lost in darkness to know His love. Sha’alu Shalom Yerushalayim! Shabbat Shalom!
It’s Your Fault I Don’t Take Responsibility
The Bible and the entire world are filled with events of people not taking responsibility. Wars have been fought because leaders were unwilling to take responsibility for their situations leaving millions dead. Adam and Eve didn’t take responsibility for their actions as individuals and Adam didn’t take responsibility as the head of his house.
5 Things Love Is Not
Showing love is not the result of a single action. Love is seen through the seriers of events in a person’s life and is a pattern of thoughts and actions. It’s not the sum of one event or action. Although people say, “Only God can judge me” the truth is, we constantly judge one another… Continue reading 5 Things Love Is Not
3 Simple Warm-ups Drills to Build Faith
These are a few steps simple steps to make the change from living life as a faithless believer to moving in faith.
Follow the Leader
Paul told the people of Corinth to ‘Examine yourselves, whether ye be in the faith…’ Let’s examine ourselves and see if we are walking according to the Bible or a denomination.
Shavuot in The Park 2017, Thank you
Shavuot, Feast of Weeks, Pentecost, was true a day to remember. We had people from as far away as Bloomington, IN (180 miles away) who drove up before Shabbat to celebrate with us. But wait there’s more! All the families, friends and guest who attended our 1st two Shavuot’s in the Park celebration were a… Continue reading Shavuot in The Park 2017, Thank you
Road to Faith
There’s a computer programming expression, “Garbage in, garbage out.” It is true in life. There are things that cause our faith to deteriorate. Many of those things are easily avoidable if we understand a few things. I have listed a few, but I am only addressing the first one. Doubt comes by hearing Faith decreases… Continue reading Road to Faith
When Truth Is Not Enough
I had to repent, not for misusing the Bible, but forgetting that in anger God remembers mercy and compassion.
In my early days, you may not believe it but I needed money. I was about 13 years old and I wanted to buy some things. I was a man! Would you believe my first job was working for myself? Yep, I worked a few days a week cutting grass in my neighborhood. It was… Continue reading Building Community
How do we control our tongue? Is enough to not open your mouth? I do not think so. God is looking and listening to the cry of our hearts just as He listens to the words of our mouth. The heart is desperately wicked see Genesis 6:5. And Psalm 10:13 teaches that even in silence the tongue is wicked.