When the priests of ancient Israel were prepared for sacrificial duty, they were anointed with oil and furnished with priestly garments. A turban and oil were placed on the priest’s head, the ephod and breastplate were draped over his shoulders, and blood went on his right thumbs and big toes. Pouring oil on the headContinue reading “Anointing of the Priests”
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Three Plus Four By Julia Blum July 21, 20226 comments The Puzzling Title My dear readers, as probably most of you know by now, I love series. I am starting a new series today, and I bet the title of this series will intrigue you. I will explain in a second why I chose thisContinue reading “On Abraham”
Three Plus Four: Between Natural And Supernatural We continue our “three plus four” series, and this is my second post on Abraham. Today, with the help of Hebrew, we will see some additional insights into this amazing character. As we all know, Abraham was a man of faith, following God unquestioningly – and in thisContinue reading “On Abraham”
Which title is right?
For most Bible readers, Jesus’ status as the “Son of God” describes his divinity. Conversely, when Jesus calls himself the “Son of Man” the title seems to denote his humanity. Yet, it’s usually the other way around: “son of God” is a phrase for a human being, and “son of man” describes divinity. On theContinue reading “Which title is right?”
Two dimensional linear thinking….as opposed to ?
Isaac And Ishmael: The Paradigm Shift By Julia BlumMay 19, 2022No comments In order to read Paul’s allegory in the way it has been read for centuries by the Church, some beliefs had to be presupposed: First, Ishmael was just a byproduct on the way to Isaac, and only Isaac was essential in God’s plan;Continue reading “Two dimensional linear thinking….as opposed to ?”
This weeks Torah
Independence Day And The Mystery Of Leviticus 16 By Julia BlumMay 5, 2022No comments Today is our Independence Day and it is my great joy and privilege to congratulate my readers on Israel’s 74th Birthday. Most of my readers, for years or even decades, have been faithfully interceding for the Land and the people –Continue reading “Interesting article”
Passover & Elijah: Ushering in the Great Redemption ONE FOR ISRAEL – March 26, 2021 Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on reddit Share on whatsapp Share on email Share on print It is a Passover tradition to have an extra place at the seder table for the prophet Elijah. IContinue reading
The truth about Judah in Genesis 37
The Fatal Words It certainly feels this way if you understand Hebrew. For instance, at the end of the story, when Tamar brings out Judah’s personal items, she says, “Discern, I pray thee” (הַכֶּר־נָ֔א). This expression, הַכֶּר־נָ֔א – discern, recognize, appears only twice in the entire Torah, and can you guess where it is firstContinue reading “The truth about Judah in Genesis 37”