They Are Not A Religion

  One of the principles of Noahide Laws is that the 7 Laws are not a religion in and of themselves and are not to be used to form a religion. This principle is found in many books explaining the Noahide Laws and The Divine Code by Rabbi Moshe Weiner has it  falling under the …

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Jew and Gentile

This blog was inspired by a friend’s thread on Facebook, although I have been wanting to write on the subject for a long while, this thread helped me put some things in order to be able to write on it. The subject of this blog is about the responsibilities between Israel and the nations. There …

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Justice Tempered With Mercy

I have been a student of the Hebrew Scriptures for over 10 years and of the Seven Universal Commandments known as the Noahide Laws found within the Hebrew Scriptures for 2 years. The Universal Commandments can be found before and after the great Flood. They were laws that the Creator gave mankind to obey to …

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Forever Kindness

While at work the other day, I heard a radio playing in the background in another department. On that day the station was set on one of those stations that played old time Christian gospel songs which is very popular here in the South USA. One of the songs was an old favorite to many …

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There is more to the story

While reading Rabbi Shalom Arush’s book, Say “Thank You” and See Miracles - The Garden of Miracles, he wrote in something in it that caused me to stop and ponder a bit more on what Noah must have gone through when he was told about the Flood and up to the time he and his …

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The Source

This blog was inspired by Rabbi Lazer Brody’s Cd, Dollars and Sense. Even though the Cd is directed to a Jewish audience, I was instructed that non-Jews have to do some editing to apply Jewish resources to our lives. At this time there are not many resources out there for the righteous gentiles of the …

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