Just the other day, an Apostle reached out to me to share a dream that she had in 2018. Although she was unable to remember the details of the dream, she recalled someone saying to her “the 12 tribes of Israel are coming!”  I was both blessed and encouraged by […]

I pray that you had a wonderful time with friends and family during Rosh Hashanah, and my prayer is that you will have a sweet 5781! We continue in this holy time in the period known as the Ten Days of Awe or the Days of Repentance, which takes us […]

We all know the story of Abraham our father and how God instructed him to make a life changing decision. God told him: “Leave your country, your people and your father’s household and go to the land that I will show you” and the account tells us “so Abraham left […]

Life, like the universe, is a series of repetitive cycles.  The sun rises and sets, the tide ebbs and flows, generations come and go, and the only constant in this world is change itself. The human experience is one of contrasts; ups and downs, sadness and happiness, tragedy and joy. Oftentimes the […]

This week’s Torah portion is Beha’alotcha which means “when you step up”. It opens with a discussion about the daily Menorah lighting in the Tabernacle. As I sat to write this blog, I was about to share on the Menorah as a symbol of light. Then came the still small […]

​We are in another of the LORD’s appointed feasts. It is Shavuot, also called the Feast of Weeks or Pentecost. At this time we celebrate the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai as well as the outpouring of the Holy Spirit that occurred 1500 years later in Jerusalem. Shavuot […]

One of the things that I look forward to on Preparation Day (Friday) is baking the traditional Jewish bread, Challah. My excitement began when ADONAI laid it on my heart that this was something that I needed to do for Shabbat. The first thing that I did was to go […]

This week’s Torah portion Emor (say/speak) is from Leviticus 21:1-24:23. It contains additional instructions/purity laws for the priesthood. The Haftorah (the weekly selective reading from the Prophets) is from Ezekiel 44:15-31 which speaks of the restoration of the Levitical priesthood during Yeshua’s Millennial Kingdom reign. Sadly, there are many persons […]

In this week’s Torah portion Vayishlach (He sent) Jacob wrestles with the angel of the LORD. The end result? His name was changed from Yaakov (a holder of the heel/a follower) to Israel (struggle with God). It also speaks to “prevailing”.In Genesis 32 we read: Then the man said, “Your […]

After the fall feasts we enter into a season of “newness”. It is a time when we roll the Torah scroll back to B’reisheet (Genesis) and we begin studying Torah all over again. Interestingly, I got out of bed this morning with this passage of Scripture ringing in my spirit […]