Commentaries & Kingdom News

February 2016

Ki Tisa

Shalom Mishpacha! (family)   Trailing a Hebrew word through Scripture is an excellent way to pursue truth and give us insights into the heart of our Heavenly Father. In Shemot/Exodus 34 this week, YHWH gave Moshe a special revelation of His attributes. One of the first listed is rachum, often translated as compassion. Shemot/Exodus 34:6 Then YHWH passed by in front of him and proclaimed, "YHWH, YHWH El, compassionate (rachum) and gracious, slow to anger, and abounding in...

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Shalom!   Shemot/Exodus 27:20 "And you shall command the children of Israel that they bring you pure oil of pressed olives for the light, to cause the lamp to burn continually.   Note from the above verse that ALL of Israel is commanded to bring the pure, pressed oil for the light of the menorah. This duty does not belong to just a select group of people. Believers in Yeshua who are grafted into the olive tree of Israel will also be responsible for oil from the...

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Shalom!   You will find no other subject that is given more space and attention in the Torah than the Tabernacle, its priesthood and it's function. Starting this week, we will keep this focus for 50 chapters! Now if every single word is important in the Torah, then let's commit to finding some real treasure here in the Tabernacle. In his teaching at Beth Tikkun (, Mr. Luton made the statement that in the Tabernacle teaching, profound insight can be found...

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Shalom!   This week our Torah portion is called Mishpatim/Judgments. All who are in covenant with YHWH and consider themselves sons of Avraham, are called to reflect the Light of His Presence and shine this Light into the world. The Light of Yeshua, who is the Living Word, is made to radiate from us when we walk in the commandments, mishpatim, and precepts of YHWH. We become a walking testimony of His life within us and demonstrate that we also are the sons of...

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