The Ark and the Tabernacle

  The fruit of my studies and meditations over the past few months has yielded my last couple of blogs. And this blog contains a revelation of my own meditation. I have not seen this taught on (not saying it hasn’t, I just haven’t seen it myself). I have over the past shown in the …

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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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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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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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Baggage

This morning I began the study of a book I was recommended by a friend, ‘The Introduction To The Talmud by Maimondides’ translated by Zvi Lampel. In the translator’s Preface is found a statement that I found myself pondering on all morning, “...by peerless, earnest toil, in an attempt to understand the will of Hashem.” …

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