Monthly Archives: April 2012

Slumdog Pesach

On Sunday night (for the 3rd night of Passover), our friend and fellow-blogger, Miri Kehler (from the blog Miri in the Village) hosted a wonderful party at her home – the 3rd Annual Slumdog Pesach. Slumdog Pesach is not a … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

“The first mitzva transmitted to the Israelites in Egypt was the requirement to have a calendar and own their time: “This month shall mark for you the beginning of the months; it shall be the first of the months of … Continue reading

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Redemption, Resurrection and Looking Forward!

Luke 23:44-56 In Luke 23:44-56 we encounter Yeshua’s atoning death, during which, crying out in a loud voice, he declared “Into your hands I commit my Spirit.” Yeshua’s moment of death cataclysmically impacted both the physical and spiritual realms – renting the … Continue reading

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Video of the Day – Levertoff, Part 7

Here is the newest video (#7) in the Levertoff series by Vine of David, wherein I discuss the idea of the Torah as a joy rather than a burden. You can check out the newest Levertoff video HERE. And to view … Continue reading

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Welcoming Mashiach

John 12:1-26 The week before Pesach, after Yeshua had come from the house of Lazarus (whom he had just raised from the dead) in Beit-Anyah, he traveled on to Jerusalem. Hearing that Yeshua was coming, the people began to run out … Continue reading

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