Monthly Archives: September 2010

Sukkot Wrap-Up

Well, I certainly meant to journal more than twice this Sukkot. A period of 48 hours of straight rain and the demands of life together with about 15 other families thwarted my plans. Sometimes vacation can be a lot of … Continue reading

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Sukkot Journal, Day 2

We’re especially alive at night and our Sukkah is as bright as Las Vegas! We’re so busy having fun, we’ve not done as much praying or studying as I would like. And last night, neighbors asked to stop singing songs … Continue reading

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Sukkot Journal, Day 1

Where are you spending Sukkot?

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Prayers and Sukkot: A Quick Survey

There are some wonderful traditions of prayer surrounding Sukkot. The most interesting is the waving of the lulav. To get the full effect, gather a few hundred thousand people in Jerusalem surrounding the Temple. Have them all waving palm branches … Continue reading

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A Good Review of Yeshua in Context

Rabbi Dan Benzvi, who often disagrees with me about other matters, loves my book. Here is his review: http://fllowheirs.blogspot.com/2010/09/yeshua-in-context.html

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Sukkot Laws: A Quick Survey

I’ll be sharing a cornucopia of plentiful Sukkot delights over the next 8 days or so. I do hope you keep the Feast in love with family and friends. If you are Jewish and have not discovered the joys of … Continue reading

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Transforming Aspects of the Gospels, #1

http://YeshuaInContext.com/2010/09/transforming-aspects-of-the-gospels-1/

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Sukkot in the Bible: A Quick Survey

Sukkot, a.k.a., the Feast of Tabernacles or Booths, is near, starting on Wednesday night, September 22, 2010. If you are a regular Sukkot celebrant, you may be surprised at how much the Bible has to say about this Feast of … Continue reading

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Besorah, Good News, Gospel

Paul spoke of “my gospel” and said “I am not ashamed of the gospel.” Yeshua said “the gospel must be proclaimed to all nations.” Peter warned people who were “disobedient to the gospel of God.” What is the basic concept … Continue reading

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Old Memories of Yom Kippur

Rabbi Schiffman can get a following of people listening to his stories and his blog is now a place where everyone gets the privilege occasionally of reading a Schiffman yarn. This one is heartwarming and I’m sure you will enjoy … Continue reading

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