Messianic Judaism

Collection by Bill Oord

Bill Oord
How to Make Challah Bread (this is a good, clear tutorial that I have followed successfully.)

How To Make Challah Bread

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Here is a bread that is as much a pleasure to look at as it is to eat. Check out that braiding! Challah is a bread that should be in everyone's repertoire.

Apple Honey Challah

Apple Honey Challah - Recipe for Rosh Hashanah Challah

Fluffy sweet round honey challah stuffed with apples for Rosh Hashanah. Recipe with easy braiding instructions and diagram for a beautiful round challah.

Everything you need to know to make beautiful round challah for the holidays.

Round Challah

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50 minutes

How to make a round challah for Rosh Hashana

Going To The Feast of Tabernacles

My Story on Attending the Feast of Tabernacles

The author's story attending the Feast of Tabernacle's which is a part of God's Plan for your life and mankinds. It is one of the seven holy days commanded by God.


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I was asked recently why we have stopped eating "unclean" food. It has been brought up a few times, and I thought it best to share a bit on the point for those interested. It is not a call for you to do what I say, it is a personal choice based on...

Commandments: Who wins, Mans or Gods?

I was asked recently why we have stopped eating "unclean" food. It has been brought up a few times, and I thought it best to share a bit on the point for those

Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles Messianic Teaching by Joel Allen

Sukkot the Feast of Tabernacles Bible Teaching

Messianic Teaching sukkot feast of Tabernacles bible study hebrew roots teaching on how to celebrate the feast of ingathering and feast of booths.

The shofar (ram’s horn) that will sound at Jesus' return will announce the ingathering of Israel, the return of the Jewish people back to their land. But this event, the ingathering of exiles, has significance not only for the Jewish people but for all non-Jewish believers in Messiah as well. We will all be raptured to Jerusalem!

Did you know that the concept of the gospel wasn’t invented by Jesus or the disciples, but rather was prophesied in the Hebrew Scriptures? The “Good News” was the promise of the coming messiah and that he would bring redemption to the children of Israel.

The gospel message of Jesus is often simplified down to believe in Christ and your sins will be forgiven and you will go to heaven when you die. Although this is an aspect of the gospel the central message of the gospel has been lost. Learn more on First Fruits of Zion TV.

In Breaking Bread, FFOZ teachers Aaron Eby and Toby Janicki present a clear exposition on the traditional blessings before and after meals. Includes halachah, detailed explanations and an introduction to the table blessings of the early believers.

Breaking Bread, Book

In everything give thanks, Deuteronomy 8:10 teaches that a simple prayer plays a significant role in God's law and our life.