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Repeatedly Jesus/Yeshua used the term “Father” to refer to God Almighty. According to Eric von Atzigen, “Jesus traveled and taught for three years. There are about 110 pages in the Bible dedicated to His ministry and message. We have approximately 25,000 words that Jesus spoke recorded in the Bible. Of those 25,000 words, Jesus taught about the Father in Heaven at least 181 times. This means 1 out of every 140 words, Jesus was speaking about His Father. His central message and purpose was to restore us to a relationship with our Daddy in Heaven.”

Repeatedly Jesus/Yeshua used the term “Father” to refer to God Almighty. According to Eric von Atzigen, “Jesus traveled and taught for three years. There are about 110 pages in the Bible dedicated to His ministry and message. We have approximately 25,000 words that Jesus spoke recorded in the Bible. Of those 25,000 words, Jesus taught about the Father in Heaven at least 181 times. This means 1 out of every 140 words, Jesus was speaking about His Father. His central message and purpose was to restore us to a relationship with our Daddy in Heaven.”

Generally, when we think of parables we think of Yeshua’s use of them. However, He did not invent the parable. It was a communication tool used by other rabbis of the era. In Hebrew it is called a  mashal  and can mean proverbs, fictional stories, poems, fables, riddles or allegories. David Stern, an authority on rabbinic parables says, “above all else, the  mashal  represents the greatest effort to imagine God in all rabbinic literature.”

Generally, when we think of parables we think of Yeshua’s use of them. However, He did not invent the parable. It was a communication tool used by other rabbis of the era. In Hebrew it is called a mashal and can mean proverbs, fictional stories, poems, fables, riddles or allegories. David Stern, an authority on rabbinic parables says, “above all else, the mashal represents the greatest effort to imagine God in all rabbinic literature.”


Teaching Letters on the Prophets

 

Ezekiel

Political cartoonist Yaacov Kirschen used to say he was an atheist. He didn’t understand how any Jew could believe in God after the Holocaust. Years later he adjusted his statement and became an agnostic. He just didn’t know. Later, he spoke at one of our events and talked about reading the book of Ezekiel.   Read more…

Political cartoonist Yaacov Kirschen used to say he was an atheist. He didn’t understand how any Jew could believe in God after the Holocaust. Years later he adjusted his statement and became an agnostic. He just didn’t know. Later, he spoke at one of our events and talked about reading the book of Ezekiel. Read more…

Isaiah

As I read through the Bible this year, I am seeking to better understand God and His character. What does He love? What does He hate? What is important to Him? How does He respond? As you read Isaiah, keep these questions in mind. Jesus (Yeshua) told us to love God with all our heart, mind, soul and strength (Mark 12:30). It seems to me like my whole being is to love God.   Read more….

As I read through the Bible this year, I am seeking to better understand God and His character. What does He love? What does He hate? What is important to Him? How does He respond? As you read Isaiah, keep these questions in mind. Jesus (Yeshua) told us to love God with all our heart, mind, soul and strength (Mark 12:30). It seems to me like my whole being is to love God. Read more….

Jeremiah

The story of Jeremiah just before the destruction of Jerusalem is so filled with mystery, violence, attempted murder and intrigue that today it would likely be labeled a thriller. But thrillers are usually fiction, and this story is most definitely true. Archaeologists have unearthed the proof.   Read more…

The story of Jeremiah just before the destruction of Jerusalem is so filled with mystery, violence, attempted murder and intrigue that today it would likely be labeled a thriller. But thrillers are usually fiction, and this story is most definitely true. Archaeologists have unearthed the proof. Read more…


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