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Torah Class is an independent, non-denominational organization of gentile Christians and Messianic Jews who meet to learn Torah and Old Testament (Tanach) from a Biblical and Messianic perspective

Torah Class is an independent, non-denominational organization of gentile Christians and Messianic Jews who meet to learn Torah and Old Testament (Tanach) from a Biblical and Messianic perspective

Yahshua followed Torah. But he came for anybody who wanted him. beautiful Him. beautiful you, beautiful me...beautiful....... (I once heard a Jewish believer make this sobering statement: 'Jews don’t need a Christian Christ. Christians need a Jewish Jesus)

Yahshua followed Torah. But he came for anybody who wanted him. beautiful Him. beautiful you, beautiful me...beautiful....... (I once heard a Jewish believer make this sobering statement: 'Jews don’t need a Christian Christ. Christians need a Jewish Jesus)

FB Pic 113 | by 119 Ministries

FB Pic 113 | by 119 Ministries

Galatians 5:25; Romans 7:14, 22

Galatians 5:25; Romans 7:14, 22

Hanukkah, the festival of Lights, begins on the 25th day of the Jewish month of Kislev, and lasts for eight days.

Hanukkah, the festival of Lights, begins on the 25th day of the Jewish month of Kislev, and lasts for eight days.

Feast of YHWH Menorah. Holy Days of our Lord Trumpets Zola teaches on Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, as a day of celebration and merriment. It is also a time that the seriousness of sin begins to weigh on the hearts of the Jewish people. We see how the ceremonial horns, shofars, are made. Left Behind author Tim LaHaye gives us his insights as to what will happen at the sound of the last trumpet.On location in Israel, we created this presentation of the holidays our Lord celebrated.

Feast of YHWH Menorah. Holy Days of our Lord Trumpets Zola teaches on Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, as a day of celebration and merriment. It is also a time that the seriousness of sin begins to weigh on the hearts of the Jewish people. We see how the ceremonial horns, shofars, are made. Left Behind author Tim LaHaye gives us his insights as to what will happen at the sound of the last trumpet.On location in Israel, we created this presentation of the holidays our Lord celebrated.

The "names" of YHWH (HaShem, G-d) in the TaNaKh are not "names" but are characteristics of HaShem. The TaNaKh is composed of The Torah ("Teaching", also known as the Five Books of Moses), Nevi'im ("Prophets") and Ketuvim ("Writings")—hence TaNaKh]. Praised be His glorious Name forever and ever.

The "names" of YHWH (HaShem, G-d) in the TaNaKh are not "names" but are characteristics of HaShem. The TaNaKh is composed of The Torah ("Teaching", also known as the Five Books of Moses), Nevi'im ("Prophets") and Ketuvim ("Writings")—hence TaNaKh]. Praised be His glorious Name forever and ever.

What Does it Mean to be a "Messianic" Jew? A Messianic Jew is a Jewish person who believes that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah. The term refers to one who respects the Torah and lovingly observes the traditions and customs G-d has given to our Jewish people. He or she is part of the Jewish community. The Messianic Jew is motivated by G-d's love and grace to live a lifestyle of observance of Shabbat, festivals, and fellowship as part of a Messianic Jewish Synagogue.

What Does it Mean to be a "Messianic" Jew? A Messianic Jew is a Jewish person who believes that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah. The term refers to one who respects the Torah and lovingly observes the traditions and customs G-d has given to our Jewish people. He or she is part of the Jewish community. The Messianic Jew is motivated by G-d's love and grace to live a lifestyle of observance of Shabbat, festivals, and fellowship as part of a Messianic Jewish Synagogue.

Where has this been the past 7 years!? Now I can just look at this when we are out to eat and I want to know if the fish is biblically clean or not.

Where has this been the past 7 years!? Now I can just look at this when we are out to eat and I want to know if the fish is biblically clean or not.

All About The Sukkah: Infographic | Chai & Home

All About The Sukkah: Infographic | Chai & Home