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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Taking A Closer Look

Here recently I have begun to take a closer look at what is being said in Genesis 9 and the Seven Commandments of the Creator. Sometimes I find myself lost in the world of one word or phrase of a verse. I am one who will dig the meaning of things out; I have many …

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A Question We All Should Ask

In my personal reading I came across a verse of scripture that has caused me to ask a question. Personally, I think that every person of the non-Jewish nations should ask. In truth, there are several verses that fall in a similar situation; but, for this blog, I will deal with the one verse. Let …

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Knowledge

This morning I a woke with the subject of ‘knowledge’ on my mind. I knew shortly that I wanted to write on it for it has been on my mind for some time now. Shortly after I woke I had read a writing on this week’s Torah section by Yossi Katz of the Breslov Research …

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I Am Not Greek

I just want to make a personal statement up front, this blog is based on my personal thoughts and opinions. This has become a statement that I wake up to here recently, one I have given much thought on. The southeastern Tennessee USA culture I was born into is made up from other cultures. Our …

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