Monthly Archives: October 2008

Sukkot 5769 – Master of My Judgment

I the Preacher was king over Israel in Jerusalem. And I gave my heart to seek and search out by wisdom concerning all which is done under the heavens. It is a sad task God has given to the sons … Continue reading

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Israel and the Church

My opinions on Israel and the Church†will seem contradictory to many main-stream Christians and Jews, so let me kill your preconceptions right from the start: I do not believe the Old Covenant was done away with. God said “forever” too … Continue reading

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Mmmm, Bugs

Since I began trying not to eat those things God said not to, I’ve been paying more attention to the ingredients on product labels. Cochineal is†a red dye used in many food products, such as maraschino cherries and some Sobe … Continue reading

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It Was Never About Food

Yeshua turned water into wine. He†fed the multitudes and talked of fish, bread, and leaven. He talked about hand-washing before meals,†eating holy bread, and what comes in and out of a man’s body. He talked about eating and drinking with … Continue reading

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Then the Telemarketers

After we’ve had done with the lawyers, let’s line up the telemarketers and telephone pollers. Later that night… I’ve had six calls from pollsters so far today. There ought to be a law! Or a bounty or something.

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Ha’azinu 5768 – This Is the Way Love Is

Deuteronomy 32:4-5¬† He is the Rock; His work is perfect. For all His ways are just, a God of faithfulness, and without evil; just and upright is He. They have corrupted themselves: they are not His sons; it is their … Continue reading

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They Who Dig a Pit…

I heard a story at church this morning. A few years ago there was a woman in our congregation whose mother was grossly obese to the point where she could no longer walk or even get out of bed. One … Continue reading

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Days of Seeking

Rosh Hashanah†marks the beginning of ten days of reflection and repentance culminating in Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. Yom Kippur is also a day of resolution, much as New Year’s Day is on the Gregorian calendar. The similarities end … Continue reading

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