March 2019

The Power Of Silence

This week’s Torah reading is not only the source for the Torah’s dietary laws, but it also records the very first service of the Mishkan, the Tabernacle. It was a time unprecedented in human history when the very presence of the LORD rested upon a physical structure created by the labor of man. But unfortunately, there was a horrible tragedy that took place immediately after this event. Two of Aaron’s sons, Nadab and Abihu, enjoyed the presence of the LORD so much that they wanted to recreate it.

Immoral Food?

Parashat Tzav (Leviticus 6:1[8]-8:36)

Beam Me Up, Scotty!

Parashat Vayikra (Leviticus 1:1-5:26[6:7])

An Eternal Priesthood

Parashat Pekudei (Exodus 35:1 - 40:38)

What comes to mind when you hear someone speak of an “eternal priesthood”? If you are a disciple of Yeshua, then Yeshua’s ministry automatically comes to mind. As the book of Hebrews says, he is a high priest forever, continually ministering before his Heavenly Father on our behalf:

Zeal, Tzitzit, Knowledge, and Humility

Parashat Vayakhel (Exodus 35:1-38:20)