Let Go and Let God!

After spending some time praying, I felt led to stop my regular blog commentary on the weekly Scripture portion (parasha) and share some thoughts on the current reality we are facing due to the coronavirus. … Read More

More Than Enough

Parashat VaYaqhel (And He Assembled) & Parashat Pequdei (Accounts Of) Shemot (Exodus) 35:1–38:20 & 38:21–40:38 This week we read of one of my favorite accounts with regard to the building of the Mishqan (God’s dwelling … Read More

He Equips the Called

Parashat Ki Tisa (When you lift up) Shemot (Exodus) 30:11–34:35 In our Scripture portion this week, we can see that whatever God asks or requires of us, He will also give us the tools through … Read More

Not a distant god

After so many years reading and studying God’s Word, I am still amazed by its continuity. From the beginning to the end, we see that He is indeed the same yesterday, today, and forever (Hebrews … Read More

The Menorah

In our reading this week, we read of one of the most important and well-known items in God’s tabernacle – the Menorah: I previously wrote about how Yeshua is the “face” of the menorah. In … Read More

If… Then…

I’ve written previously on this specific parasha that “Freedom in Yeshua is not lawlessness! If we love Him, then we will obey Him and His statutes. And only then will we know true freedom.” I … Read More

You are God’s Jewel!

In our Scripture portion this week, we read: There are some key points in these verses that I want to focus on. The first point is that, as we have learned in previous studies from … Read More

Temporary Troubles

Do you know your time on earth is temporary? We sometimes lose sight of the fact that our troubles and tribulations in this life will one day come to an end. This week’s parasha offers … Read More

A Hardened Heart for God’s Glory

Our weekly portion opens with a very interesting call that God had for Moses: This portion speaks of two of God’s signs or wonders that He would perform in Egypt, but in reality, there were … Read More

Expensive Redemption

This week, we begin to read about the ten wonders that God demonstrated in Egypt. As I was reading the parasha, I noticed one very important word in Hebrew that is often mistranslated, which appears … Read More