Messianic Judaism

Posts Tagged Meditation

Sanctification Isn’t An Event, It’s A Process (a really, really long process)

As I write this, I can hear the Shabbos tunes my (Jewish) wife is playing on her iPad. Seems appropriate, although quite frankly, neither of us are observing Shabbos in any sense. Several weeks ago, I attended an all day Saturday workshop at the Lutheran church where […]

Read more

The Consequences of Trinity Sunday

I had no idea there was such a thing as Trinity Sunday until I was sitting in a little, local Lutheran church with my Mom last Sunday and the Pastor was preaching on it. I guess it’s a “thing,” just like Reformation Day, which I’d never heard […]

Read more

Ascension: The 40th Day of the Omer

Last week when I took my Mom to church, the Pastor preached on the Ascension of Christ, which occurred 40 days after he rose. He surprised me by bringing in a copy of the Tanakh and describing, in elementary terms, the Torah, Nevim, and Ketuvim. He said […]

Read more

Candle-Lighting Times