Messianic Judaism

Posts Tagged Meditation

The Presence of Justice

There’s quite a push in social media and in the news regarding phrases like “silence is concent” and “silence is violence.” In other words, if you are white and you don’t say something about “systemic racism,” and a very specific something, then you are accused of giving […]

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I’ve Been Dreading Easter

Sad to say, but true. Well, not exactly sad. On the other hand, maybe. I mean, I’ve had a lot to say about Easter over the years. The last time I went to Easter, or rather “Resurrection Sunday” services, I hurt my Jewish wife so much, I […]

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Is It Always Bad To Be Yoked?

I was surprised to discover that I haven’t written here since last August. I had intended to write a series of articles based on the material presented by Chosen People Ministries Scott Brown. I attended a full day discipleship training class, and since Brown is a Messianic […]

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