The Potter and the Vessel

Isaiah 64:8 tells us: “Yet you, Lord, are our Father. We are the clay, you are the potter; we are all the work of your hand.” Our father is YeHoVaH, and in this verse, Isaiah tells us that it was He who formed us. Don’t be deceived that He is talking sol ...

The Kingdom of Heaven – Maljut haShamaim

The term “the Kingdom of Heaven” is famous in Christianity since it is used by Yeshua throughout his ministry – from exhorting people to "become little children" in order to enter it (Mt 18:3); comparing it to a treasure hidden in a field (Mt 13:44) or a ...

What is an Omer?

Shalom Torah fans.Many of you may have heard the term Omer but perhaps have no idea what it means. Others know that it is something that represents the days that we count between Passover and Shavuot, but may not have an idea of what the word originally m ...

Mitzraim – The meaning of slavery in Egypt

One of the most prominent topics in the Scriptures is the subject of slavery. This is not because slavery itself is important, but because liberation from slavery is most significant. All concepts in this existence are based on duality. As early as Genes ...

How to Escape the System of the Beast

With regulations and government restrictions on the world's population, increasingly resembling George Orwell's dystopian nightmare of 1984, it's hard to have hope that things will get better.For those of us who believe in Bible prophecy, we know that the ...

The Waters of Creation

In the beginning, God created the shamayim and the earth. This word, shamayim, appears in the first verse of the Scriptures and has much more richness, depth, and significance than we can appreciate in any language other than Hebrew. There ...

What Does Hallelujah Mean?

From the “elel” that is shouted in traditional Ethiopian festivals, to the sound of early instruments, to the “halleluyah” that is shouted in Pentecostal churches today- whether we know it or not, they are all related to the concept of praise in ancient I ...

What Does Shavuot Mean?

The word bikurim was popularized in the Messianic movement in the wake of, “Yom haBikurim,” the day ‘after Shabbat’ when an omer of the first fruits of the barley harvest was offered in the temple (Lev 23:10). Interestingly, the word bikurim does not appe ...