Two Steps Away from an Awesome Appearance

There are some events in the Bible that if I had a spiritual bucket list these events would be on it. One of them would be the parting of a body of water so I could walk through it on dry ground. It would not have to be the Reed Sea or the Jordan. I would be happy for it to be a river near my home in Florida. Another would be for food to miraculously appear where I am. It would not have to be manna or quail, I would be happy for something like a bagel and lox to just appear from nowhere. I would also love to go fishing and find my tax bill to be in the mouth of the fish so I could say “I caught a tax check...this big…” But the event that I would put highest on my spiritual bucket list is the

Half Full or Half Empty?

What if it is both? In life we are often confronted by questions, such as is the glass half full or half empty. We are told that the answer to the question depends on our point of view or our level of optimism. In the world of faith, a Scriptural belief of these types of questions can be even more forceful with the answer drawing lines and many times forcing those answering to choose sides. And these choices sometimes divide friends, congregations and even families. To be sure there are certain truths that are not half full-vs-half empty type questions, truths such as, but not limited to, there only being one G-D. That there is only one way to be saved. That all have sinned. That Yeshua (Jes

Do you want a Tabernacle or a Golden Calf?

One of the most exciting things for me to experience is when watching what happens when people I love hear and obey the voice of G-D in their lives and see the blessing and fruit that comes from listening to His voice. There is a special feeling of fulfillment within them that is visible. The Bible tells us in John 10:27: 27 My sheep hear My voice. I know them, and they follow Me. So as His sheep we should all learn to know His voice and how to follow Him. I say learn how to follow Him because it is possible to do what G-D says, while at the same time not following him. I know that may seem contradictory, but allow me to explain. There are times when G-D speaks to us and we have to determine

My Best Worst Day

As a Rabbi I spend a lot of my time talking with people. Some call it counseling, but I simply call it talking. I don’t call it counseling because the word counseling implies that I have all of the answers to provide and solutions for problems and crises. The truth is that for most situations my answers are limited to my experiences and words of encouragement or correction from the Bible. So I sit down and talk and listen and share the experience with the person who came to me. It is this sharing of experience that brings me to share this blog today. For those who know me personally you know I am very transparent about both my victories and my failures. My humanity outshines my spirituality

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