Looking Into The Mirror Of The Bronze Laver

In Exodus 35, Moses was given the commandment to assemble the Tabernacle (מִשְׁכַּן‎, Mishkan meaning “residence” or “dwelling place”) after returning from the Mount Sinai. The scripture testifies that Moses’ face was shinning while he speaks to Aaron and the children of Israel. In the building of the Tabernacle, Betzalel and Aholiav were appointed in … More Looking Into The Mirror Of The Bronze Laver

Who Is My Neighbor?

In order to grasp the teaching of our Messiah Yeshua, Jesus in one of His greatest Parable of the Good Samaritan in the Gospel of Luke, we have to first come to know the original history context of the Jewish background in that time. From the well-known words of Deuteronomy 6:4 “Hear, O Israel: The … More Who Is My Neighbor?

Jonah, On A Spiritual Journey – A Hebrew Wordplay

Throughout the Hebrew scripture, many of the stories are filled with various kinds of wordplay. From Psalms to poetry, Proverbs, words of wisdom and prophecy. While others include humorous play on words, puns, alliteration, acrostics, parables, metaphors, gematria, and many others. Today we are going to uncover a wordplay found in the narrative story of … More Jonah, On A Spiritual Journey – A Hebrew Wordplay

Seek and Find

Rabbi Baruch once found his young son crying. “And why are you crying?” he asked. The boy replied: “my friends and I were playing ‘hide and seek’. When I came my turn to hide, I hid but after a long time in hiding I realized that they stopped looking for me… they forgot all about … More Seek and Find