Allowing love to entertain hatred

Like most people reading this article, I was horrified by last Saturday’s shooting in Pittsburgh. Also, like most of you, I have been thinking a lot about the shooting and how someone could be so evil that they could enter a synagogue and open fire on a group of unarmed people, murdering 11 of them. The truth is that no matter how much I try, I cannot wrap my mind around such hatred. It isn’t something new. That type of hatred began in the Garden when Cain murdered his brother Abel. We have seen it throughout the centuries. We remember the Inquisition, the Pogroms and the Holocaust. Having concluded that this hatred has existed nearly as long as man has existed, I have decided that I w

What if G-D Came to Visit

Imagine if you can that you are sitting in a chair on the front porch of your home relaxing from the heat of the day when you look up and see three men walking towards you. You rise up to greet your visitors and suddenly realize that one of the visitors is G-D himself. You run out to greet Him falling on the ground in humility. Well, this scene is what takes place in the book of Genesis chapter 18: 1 Then Adonai appeared to him at Mamre’s large trees while he was sitting in the entrance of his tent during the heat of the day. 2 When he lifted up his eyes to see, suddenly, three men were standing right by him. When he saw them, he ran from the entrance of his tent to meet them and bowed down

The Supernatural Entering the Natural

Just like other synagogues around the world right after the Biblical Feast of Sukkot or Tabernacles our synagogues read the last verses Deuteronomy and immediately rolled our Torah scroll back to Genesis to continue the reading cycle by reading the first verses of Genesis. In this way, we never complete our reading of the Torah we just continue in a never-ending loop. As we read the first few verses of Genesis again a word jumped out at me and something I had never seen before was revealed about G-D, His nature, and His sovereignty. Let's look at Genesis 1:1-2: 1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. 2 Now the earth was chaos and waste, darkness was on the surface o

Living Righteously Like Noah

Imagine that you woke up one day and heard the sound of all kinds of animals. You looked outside, and you saw hundreds of animals marching two by two onto a really large boat. Then imagine that for many years you had been told that only those people that got on that huge boat would survive a coming rainstorm. Now stop for a minute and think that up until this very day, not only had it had never rained before, but animals had never gathered together and walked onto a large boat before. How much influence would the fact that animals were gathering have on your belief that the rain was coming? The reason that I pose this question is that just as the people of Noah’s day who saw Noah building th

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Brit Ahm Messianic Synagogue exists to be a Messiah-centered, Torah observant community of Believers, both Jewish and non-Jewish. Our goal is to share the entirety of G-D's Word, which consists of the Tanakh and Brit Chadashah, with all peoples of all nations.







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