Pray in May!

Dear Mishpocha, Pray in May! Prayer is the need of the hour and is connected with two events this month: The National Day of Prayer (May 5, 2022) and Mother’s Day (May 8, 2022). But prayer should be a part of every day in May! The Bible actually tells us to “pray without ceasing” (I

Fear and Fear Not!

Shalom in the Lamb, Fear and Fear Not! FEAR did not seem like a likely topic for our yearly Passover Jewish Jewels newsletter, but the Lord seemed to impress the words “Fear Not!” on my heart for this season. As I write, the country of Ukraine is at war, a David/Goliath scenario that must be

All About Esther

Dear Lovers of God, Megilla Esther All About Esther March is usually the month when Purim, the Feast of Esther, is celebrated in the Jewish community. It is not one of the Feasts of the Lord of Leviticus 23, but is nevertheless a feast based on the Bible, specifically the Book of Esther. Purim (Poo-REEM)

You Shall Love

Dear Lovers of God, Welcome Back to Love I awoke out of a sound sleep at 4:00 AM on January 1, 2022 saying, “Welcome back to love.” Having meditated on the topic for this month’s newsletter, I knew that I must write on LOVE. But, “Welcome back?” The Lord began to unpack that thought, taking

Sanctification

Beloved Sanctified Ones, Sanctification: Kiddush What would you like to say to Your People as we enter 2022, Abba? I heard: “Sanctification, Consecration, Holiness.” Now is the time. This is the hour. If not now, when? When a traditional Jew hears the word kiddush, kid-DOOSH, he generally thinks of one thing: the blessing over the

The Genealogy of the Messiah.

Joyous Family Blessings in Messiah, Genealogy of the Messiah “The book of the genealogy of Jesus Christ (Yeshua HaMashiach), the Son of David, the Son of Abraham: Abraham begot Isaac, Isaac begot Jacob, and Jacob begot Judah and his brothers. Judah begot Perez and Zerah by Tamar, Perez begot Hezron, and Hezron begot Ram” (Matt.

Thanks

Dear Mishpochah in Yeshua, Thanks and the Jewish Root As our hearts turn to thanksgiving this month, I personally always return to the Jewish root of giving thanks: the b’rakhot or blessings (brah-KHOAT). B’rakhot are at the very heart of Judaism. There are set blessings which were formulated around the year 350 B.C. which are
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