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Noach, Yetzer Hara, and VICTORY!

CALL YOURSELF (ONLY) WHAT G-D CALLS YOU (PROCLAIM/CALL OUT/RECITE). Are you? VICTORIUS ATTITUDE comes from our ‘yetzer hatov’ (GOOD/properly functioning inclination). DEFEATIST ATTITUDE comes from our ‘yetzer hara’ (evil/dysfunctional inclination). Expounded from this thought in Genesis from this week’s Torah Portion ‘Noach’… YETZER is a ‘framework, purpose, and mindset’. We have TWO [since we ‘ate […]

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The Door to The Kingdom of Heaven

The Torah Portion for this week lays out for us the 8 Moedim.  These are the Eight Appointed Times of The LORD G-D from Vayikra (Leviticus) 23.  They were established for us from ‘The Beginning’: (from www.studylight.org) The word moed comes from the word yâ‛ad meaning ‘to meet’.  The two letter root is ayin-dalet, can be expressed as ‘see […]

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Arrogance Is Not Holy Reverence

Arrogance is far from The Holy Reverence of ADONAI <– and that is where WISDOM manifests. First, DEFINE REVERENCE – especially how G-D Himself defines it. That will take some time, searching and thought. Now, differentiate between King Messiah’s Reverence and worldly reverence (or fear). What or who have you ‘lifted and admired’ above ADONAI […]

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Chanukkah Gospel?

What is The Channukah Gospel?  Well, I’ve actually never heard that term before, BUT stay with me!  Let’s explore… In ‘The Divine Fire of Ezer Kenegdo’ teaching, I set before the disciples the following principle: THE GOOD NEWS is first proclaimed in Genesis 1:3 with the Divine Command, ‘Yehi Ohr!’ (‘EXIST, LIGHT!’)…And ‘Light existed’. Prior to […]

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Ephesians 5 – Reverence and Humility

Mutual Submission (humbling oneself under another) through REVERENCING THE MESSIAH is the Holy Ground where all Newness of LIFE springs forth from. Anytime one Image-bearer DEMANDS from another Image-bearer something that G-D COMMANDS us to ‘give freely’ (as HE does) – such as LOVE and RESPECT or reverence – it PRODUCES a host of WORLDLY FEARS.  We […]

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A Complete REST and a Complete BRIDE

Shabbat means ‘to cease/stop’ all forms of creative work just as G-d did since it had been already completed/finished, in order ‘that it could itself produce’: Genesis 2 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB) 2 Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, along with everything in them. 2 On the seventh day God was finished with his work which he had made, […]

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