Noahide Acknowledgment vs Observance of The 7th Day

Before I get into the subject of this blog, I feel the need to let my readers know a little more about my self and my connection to the subject of this blog. First of all, I am not anti-Sabbath, for some, I may come across that way. I have a lifetime connection with the …

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Genesis 8:22

When writing blogs is something that you love to do, you usually write on a topic or event that has inspired you in some way or another. Then there are times the topic or event chooses you. And the topic of this blog has chosen me at this time. I had contemplated writing on this …

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Father and Child

When I was studying to join the Jewish nation, one of the things you begin to learn, is how to study the Hebrew Scriptures. There are different levels of study and the one I want to introduce and set up this blog is (in my own words), after you have gained everything a verse or …

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The Essence of Being Noahide

As gentiles leave the religions of this world and return back to the One Creator of heaven and earth, religion has left a scar and religious baggage. Religious baggage does not go away overnight or sometimes even in years. It is one of our hardest struggles. Being a Noahide includes accepting the 7 Universal Laws, …

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The Exodus Affect

During an online meeting this week that I attended there were a few rabbis in the group. Rabbi Aryel Nachman Ben Chaim mentioned something that inspired this next blog, something I have been pondering all week long. In our discussion after the main class we were talking about some of the issues Noahides have to …

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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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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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Eye Of The Tiger

The other morning, while listening to the radio on the way to work one of my favorite songs from the Rocky movies came on. As I sang along with the radio some of the words of the song took on a different meaning to me. Coming from a background of studying for Orthodox Jewish conversion, …

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ASHREI – HAPPY

  Psalm 146: 5a Happy is he whose help is the God of Jacob, (www.mechon-mamre.org) The first Hebrew word of this verse is ‘Ashrei’, it is translated into the English as, happy, praiseworthy or praises. When I read this verse the other day, it has been in my thoughts now for days. I knew from …

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