Stress Study

This study on stress is in no way complete but is still useful and timely. I hope it helps readers navigate the stress of these trying times. Hebrew words for “distress”. צר – path of the mind – THOUGHT צק – path snatched up – CONCLUDE, CONCEDE, END קצ – snatched up path – POUR, CAST, IMAGE נפש – source of gradually gathered pressure – SUPPRESSION or APPREHENSION as in…

March 14, 2021
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I Tried

Please know that I tried. I tried to prepare for Shabbat but could not think of where to go next. As I tried, I started thinking of 10/30/2020 again. Will the impending pivot be abundant life on earth or in heaven? Will it be the day that all hell breaks loose? Will it be a day that seems like any other, yet, in the spiritual realm nothing is or will…

October 29, 2020
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The Race & Color of Jesus the Christ

June 26, 2020

Since we’re on the subject of Yashua’s (Jesus) melanin status in the battle of slave descendents to reclaim their dignity and authentic identity…. Here’s some things for you to think about if you believe it doesn’t matter or he was white skinned. All Common Sense Aside No need to mention the obvious but I will… He and all his people, the authors of scripture, are from a region of melinated…

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What Is Israel’s Ultimate Purpose?

May 23, 2020

Today as my family and I studied scripture and observed Shabbat, Matthew 20 spoke to me in a way that it had never spoken before. So I’m here because this is a must share. It is something I believe has been missing from Hebrew and other doctrines for a very long time. On this walk, it is easy to get lost in religion and cultural ideologies that are foreign to…

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About the Pandemic

May 2, 2020

What can be said that has not been said? On which side of which argument do you stand? I’ve been MIA for some time. One reason is that I’ve been pushing through a difficult pregnancy. The other is that in a time with so much noise, I just can’t imagine that any thing I have to say could be heard. And truthfully, what is there to be said that we…

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Holy Days 2021

Updated: March 22, 2021 It’s that time of the year again when we publish the new calendar for the upcoming biblical new year! To simplify the biblical holy days, biblical feast seasons can be broken up into two parts – Spring Harvest Season and Fall Harvest Season. Spring Harvest Season (Click any of the links below for more information on each Holy Day.) The day Yahuah designated as the Israelite’s…

February 25, 2020
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Job 2 Translation

February 3, 2020

SUMMARY Hashatan describes himself as a wandering conqueror. So, Yahuah challenges him to try conquering Job. As Yahuah and Hashatan (Hashatan – literally, “the opposition”) discussed Job’s spiritual health, Yahuah guaranteed Hashatan that Job’s connection to his purpose was unwavering because he was whole, upright, perceptive, and turned away from dysfunction. Contrarily, Hashatan believed that if Job’s blessings were taken from him, he’d also lose his faith in God. So,…

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Addressing the Claims | God Destroyed Job’s Family for No Reason?

February 3, 2020

I recently did an in-depth study of Job. Before I discuss its content, I’d like to make a few points on the nature of the book of Job as we see it today. First, it’s written by several different scribes who didn’t all speak the same language or dialect of Hebrew. So, it’s English version is very loosely interpreted. Secondly, it’s one of the oldest texts in the bible and…

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Be ye not deceived!| 10 Claims Against God

February 3, 2020

Oh, how easy it is to twist the word of God and deceive the masses! In search of new study topics, I Googled “controversial bible verses” because I love busting wrong thinking wide open! And boy did I get an eye full. I found lists of bible stories that are portrayed by some to be proof of a diabolical creator God. The Apologists’ Approach The first site I came across…

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Compassion

January 30, 2020

To the Wise | If we always say what’s on our mind or consistently apply consequences to its fullest extent, we lack compassion. What if Yahuah lacked compassion toward us? Hebrew | Chemel (חמל) is one of the Hebrew words we translate as compassion and spare; although, it is literally to hold back from fulfilling something including consequences due or one’s words or, as we say down South, to spare…

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