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Do You Really Know How to Study

Your Bible? (I’m using the notes I took during this study and am quoting mostly the words of Rabbi Mendy Gutnick from Lesson 1 “The Best of Man in the Worst of Times”) Remember when I told you I put the New Testament “on the shelf”? Well, I stepped outside of my comfort zone today…

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Free Parshat Vayishlach Download

November 26 through December 2   Click the pics below to get your **free** PDF download for next week’s Parshat Vayishlach! You can get other freebies here. {Want to know what I use for my own personal bible study? I use a TLV bible, siddur, and Tehillim.} All three are available for Prime shipping! You…

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Why I’m Putting the New Testament on the Shelf

Before anyone freaks out I still “believe in” Jesus, Yeshua, our Messiah. And I still think the New Testament is an important (and inspired!) part of our bible! However, I am trying to declutter my theology and what better way than to start in the beginning? After all, one cannot understand the new without first…

sin, marriage, wife, faith

Do You Really Know What Sin Is?

A Wife’s Understanding of Sin A wife’s understanding of sin should be just like everyone else’s. See, this is the part of the book that I disagree with. While the author uses the word “sin” consistently, she fails to define it. She talks about the characteristics of sin (and she’s right!) but she doesn’t define…

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My Sunday at Chabad

I’m growing weary of the Messianic banter. It’s tiring and there isn’t really any growth. It’s stagnant bickering and from what I’ve witnessed there are rampant groups of people being “blown all over by every wind of teaching”. People are debating the Sabbath times, the holy days, the new moon, the calendar, the extra biblical…

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How’s Your Patience?

A Mother’s {mini} Devotional Knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience. But let patience have her perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing. (James 1: 3-4 KJV) Y’all, I struggle with patience. I think it’s probably one of my biggest areas in my walk that needs the most…

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The Bible is Full of Dirty Words.

And a few of those words are “submission” and “authority” Chapter Two: A Wife’s Understanding of G-d (You can find last week’s review here)   As a wife, mother, and follower of Messiah, it’s important that I understand G-d. Who He is. What He says. And how I am to live my life for Him.…

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November Torah Portions

Chayei Sarah: November 5 though November 11 Hey, everyone! I’ll be out of town until the beginning of next week so I wanted to make next week’s torah portion study help available ASAP. There aren’t any tabs or scripture jars this week, but we’ll be back on track for the next one!      …

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A Mother’s {mini} Devotional

Your hourly obedience to G-d.   This week for our weekly mini devotional we are still focusing on our relationship with G-d. The devotional focuses on verses that deal with obedience. There are also 7 bible tabs that correspond with this week’s devo. These mini devos are perfect for getting in the word when you…

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Journaling Through Psalms

Today I am journaling through the Psalms. Last week I wrote about how I cope with having bad days. I dive into the word. ¬†Whether it’s a mother’s mini devotional or just picking up my bible and reading it, getting closer to G-d is key to filling myself so I can pour into others. You…

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