Joseph spent time in the pit – twice. King David wrote about being in a “pit,” though in his case more metaphorical than literal. Yeshua experienced the lowest pit possible – dead in the grave.Continue reading →
Here are the Gregorian dates for the Biblical Feasts in 2021.
Dates are based on the Jewish (Hillel) calendar.
All observances except Passover begin the prior evening.
The shelter of the Most High – what is it? Where is it? How do I get to the shelter of the Most High? “Tom” has a few thoughts on this I want to share.Continue reading →
In August of this year (2020) The Lockman Foundation, publishers of the New American Standard Bible, released an update to the text. It has been 25 years since the previous update, and whether or not older guys like me want to acknowledge it, the English language has changed.Continue reading →
How pure is pure? Sterling silver is 92.5% pure silver. Ivory Soap is “ninety-nine and forty-four one hundredths percent pure.” Those numbers, no matter how good they may sound, mean that each contains something regarded as impure.Continue reading →
As we are experiencing the joy of Sukkot I received another letter from my friend Tom that I would like to share.Continue reading →
In the past we have celebrated Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles, by pitching a tent with a group of other believers – something that seems to be unique to this modern movement. This year, we decided to stay home and build a sukkah on our back patio.Continue reading →
The Return is a national day of prayer and repentance scheduled for September 26, 2020, on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Most people, including most Christians, have no idea the significance of that date.Continue reading →
Yom Teruah, or Rosh Hashanah, is celebrated on the first day of the seventh Biblical month, Tishrei. It is one of the annual Sabbaths, and this year it falls on Tuesday, September 7, 2021. More accurately, with the day beginning at sundown this holiday actually begins on Monday evening, September 6.Continue reading →
I first read this book back in 2014 during the reign of b hussein o. The author, John Price, was an Indianapolis attorney and former U.S. Senatorial candidate. Mr. Price passed away on January 7, 2017. A lot has happened since I read this book, so when I saw it on my shelf I decided to look at it again.Continue reading →