As we approach Passover, we begin to think of the miraculous steps that G-d took in bringing his people out of Egypt. We think of the plagues, the blood, the sea swept aside so millions walked across on dry ground. It is ancient news that our G-d is in the business of miracles. The Bible … Continue reading When G-d Doesn’t Heal You
Many modern day purim spiels present the story of Esther as an ancient Persian version of the TV show “The Bachelor” where scores of women compete to win a marriage proposal from an eligible, handsome, young bachelor – going on scads of fancy dates and romantic excursions while he presents roses to the contests as … Continue reading Winner of the Persian Bachelor?
New year, new Bible reading plan. I have just one question for you: Why? Why read the Bible at all? Why read the whole Bible every year? Why? Paul writes in Romans 15:4 “For whatever was written before was written for our instruction, so that through patience and the encouragement of the Scriptures we might … Continue reading Why Read the Bible by Jennifer Nesbitt
If you’re reading this, you may know me as funny, but you don’t know me as sad, lost, listless. In the last year and a half I’ve been busy making myself known as a comedian in the Messianic world, but like most comedians and more than three million American adults, I struggle with depression and … Continue reading How Could I Be Lost When You Have Called Me Found? By Jami Robins
With Hanukkah approaching, there is a divine reality constantly present in our pondering within the Jewish world–– miracles. This world has limitations, or at least perceived limitations. When we look at the world around us, things often seem so overwhelmingly impossible. We loose sight of the divine reality that our God is so much bigger. … Continue reading Miracle of Miracles by Danielle Tokajer
Ah, November. I don’t know where this article finds you, but here in Illinois the temperature has dropped, the leaves have turned scarlet, pumpkin spice lattes are back, and we’ve begun lighting our scented candles in the evenings. It’s hard to believe that only a few short months ago it was the beginning of summer. … Continue reading Raba Emunatecha by Stephanie R. SanHamel