Bearing the Fruit of the Spirit

Galatians/5-22,   by Rabbi Baruch On the Festival of Weeks, there are special readings in the synagogue. The portion from the Torah is Exodus 19:1-20:23Exodus 19:1-20:23English: World English Bible - WEB301 Moved Permanently Moved Permanently The document has moved .WP-Bible plugin, the Maftir is Numbers 28:26-31Numbers 28:26-31English: World English Bible - WEB301 Moved Permanently Moved...

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Shavuot-The Feast of Weeks / Pentecost

Receiving or greiving the ruach h’kodesh holy spirit BY Rabbi BARUCH בס”ד G-d expects His people to serve Him faithfully. This truth refers not only to a dedication and devotion, but also to degree of success. That is, believers are expected to carry out the will of G-d in an obedience...

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Weekly Torah Portion

Shoftim/Judges Torah: Deuteronomy 16:18Deuteronomy 16:18English: World English Bible - WEB301 Moved Permanently Moved Permanently The document has moved .WP-Bible plugin – 21:9; Haf Torah: Isaiah 51:12Isaiah 51:12English: World English Bible - WEB301 Moved Permanently Moved Permanently The document has moved .WP-Bible plugin – 52:12; Brit Chadashah: 1-3 John Depending on your background, when you...

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Religion is a Two-edged Sword

Thought for the Week: Religion is a two-edged sword. On the one hand, faith in God, trust in Messiah and obedience to God’s commandments is the narrow path that leads to life. It brings peace, joy and purpose to existence. On the other hand, religious convictions can become a source...

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Tabernacle vs. Golden Calf

Thought for the Week: We find it all too easy to go from being spiritually high to plummeting into sin and disobedience when the buzz wears off—and it always wears off. Part of the solution is to quit looking for spiritual buzzes. A traveler who is always charging up mountaintops...

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