Crabs 2

This morning I was pondering again the lesson my teacher Pesach Sherbow taught us about crabs in a bucket. You can see a short clip of what I am talking about in my last blog, https://emunatrek.com/2019/03/31/beware-of-the-crabs/ Pesach has also in the past mentioned numerous times about the fact that our souls have an animal side …

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Blank Canvas

This is one of those blogs that was inspired by something I read. This past week I  received in the mail the two volume set commentary on the book of Proverbs I had ordered. It is from the Artscroll Tanach Series, I have been wanting this set for over a year, so I felt it …

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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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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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Saturday Morning Observation

Since moving into the city, one of the things I like to do is, on Saturday mornings run down to Hardee’s and get a plate of biscuits and gravy. This Saturday I sat there and people watched and pondered on a few things pertaining to the Noahide life. Before me was a great assortment of …

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Big Blue Marble

This will be a different kind of blog than I have been previously writing. Psalm 145:16 You open Your hand, and satisfy the desire of every living thing. Artscroll Tehillim/Psalms When I was a kid, in the 1970s there was a TV show called ‘Big Blue Marble’. I think it was on a PBS station (not …

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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 7 are not 1,2,3

  The fact that the Noahide Laws do not appear in a list like the 10 Commandments has many new comers to the Noahide Laws and opponents of the laws confused. This is due the fact that most among the nations have not learned proper Hebrew study skills. A prime understanding is needed, the 10 …

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Kindness – Humanities’s Special Mitzvah/Deed

I am bouncing off my last blog, but the title and subject was inspired from a live broadcast interview I did with Rabbi Shlomo Nachman of the 1 God 7 Laws Facebook page. Paraphrasing from my last blog, “Noahide Expression of Faith” - the parts of the Creator’s attributes that we are created from, is …

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Are You Alone?

I am involved with several online Noahide groups. One of the common issues that is brought up, almost on a weekly basis is the subject of loneliness. Many that leave the world's religions experience this. This particular subject is what makes Judaism attractive. Judaism offers rituals, ceremony and community that most folks are used to having …

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