https://www.hebrew4christians.com/Scripture/Torah/The_Shema/the_shema.html With everything in life there are traditions to observe, sometimes man’s frail traditions, but the true traditions of Jehovah God are the ones that should be observed and followed. The Hebrew experience has been a proven one for them for many years and so it has for me as well. As a Native AmericanContinue reading “The Shema”
Beginnings (2): Genesis 1 By Julia BlumJanuary 8, 20202 comments As we advance with the days of this year, we are also advancing with the days of Bereishit and continuing to watch in awe God’s work of creation. Today, first of all let us consider different verbs that describe His work during these days. VaYomerContinue reading “Bereishit….Beginnings”
Hebrews 11: 6-8 But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.
Native American People have always been a One God People. This diagram a friend gave me piqued my interest as we Native People have always been a One God People, just like the Ancient Hebrews. We didn’t worship the Sun, nor the Stars, or any other heavenly body, our pipes, our eagle feathers, or anyContinue reading “This really piqued my interest”
Whatever Is Not from Faith Is Sin Resource by John Piper Scripture: Romans 14:23 Topic: Sanctification & Growth The Old Testament (Psalm 32:1, 2) and the New Testament (Romans 4:7, 8) agree: “Blessed (or fortunate) is he whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered. Blessed is the man to whom the Lord imputes noContinue reading “Very interesting article”
Who Is God? Who Is God – Who Does He Claim to Be?Who is God? He’s been described as everything from an impersonal life-force to a benevolent, personal, almighty Creator. He has been called by many names, including: “Zeus,” “Jupiter,” “Brahma,” “Allah,” “Ra,” “Odin,” “Ashur,” “Izanagi,” “Viracocha,” “Ahura Mazda,” and “the Great Spirit” to nameContinue reading “A very apt posting for today”
I cannot wait to listen to this debate first hand. I have the greatest respect for Dr. Eitan Bar and have read many of his periodicals and books. May God bless both men.