Old Jars, New Wine

My mornings begin basically the same way each day. I wake up, usually assisted by my wife’s influence, and then before I do anything else I start to read from the Bible. I do this because it allows me to read and receive before my mind gets distracted by all of the opportunities that will present themselves to me once I arise and leave my bedroom. I do not usually follow a set Bible reading guide. I like to open my Bible and let the Spirit of G-D direct my time in the Word. Many times, I begin reading a text based upon something that impacted my heart the day before or something I heard someone say that stuck in my mind. One such occasion took place after a friend had done an excellent teach

Ministering Through Your Pain

One of the things I love most about the Bible is that for every verse, or series of verses, there is always more than one thing we can learn. The more you study the more you find. It is like looking at a beautiful piece of artwork where every angle you look at provides a completely different view of the painting. One example that I would like to share is found in Genesis chapter 18:1-4: 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 to the groun

Always Beloved and Always Well Pleased

“Heartbroken” This one word seemed to sum up the feelings of the group of people who had gathered together to say a last goodbye to a husband, father, brother, and friend. People stood close to each other to support one another, while at the same time, their shoulders drooped in a sad display of weakness. In a real sense, looks of defeat and loss were on each face. Deep within the eyes of each person you could almost see a longing for answers for the loss they were feeling. Why? Why him? Why now? This desire for answer was so thick that everyone sensed it was tangible. One person said, “It was so sudden.” Another said, “He was so young.” A third said, “He had so much more life to live.” Each

Are We Too Busy Seeing Miracles to See a Miracle?

I love the miraculous. I love to see people healed, restored, financially blessed, and strengthened supernaturally, like when I read through the Bible and see the Ten Plagues, the Red Sea part, the fire consumes Elijah’s offering, and the dead raised. Each time I read where G-D shows Himself working outside of the natural, it is encouraging and increases my faith to believe that He not only performed miracles in the pages of the Holy Scriptures, but He still performs miracles in the pages being written of our lives today. Yet, for me, some of the most miraculous events take place not when G-D does something for one of the heroes of our faith in the pages of our sacred texts, but when G-D sim

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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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