Did God lose to Himself?
Is a crumb, just a crumb? Not in the Kingdom. #nope The best part of discovering Torah (for me) has been the mending it has done to the various fractures in my understanding of the core attachment I can legitimately have with the Father. Learning that He has not changed, nor did He give His children “busy work” to struggle with fruitlessly until the “real God” came and corrected all the shame He perpetrated on them/us, has been a journey of restoration in the deepest part of
Is Yeshua really YHWH?
Greetings beloved sons and daughters of our King! Have you noticed that in our “movement” we are encountering a growing number of people who have taken to denying that Yeshua is YHWH in the flesh? This can be a controversial topic, but as you might know, I am not one to shy away from controversy when I think elements of the love of the Father are being missed. Jump on board the controversy train with me for a minute and let's enjoy the scenery. I would like to present a posit
Clarity; a wonderful perk of Shabbat
Shabbat is almost here. The gentleness of morning has slipped away and now the joyful but clomping boots of afternoon have ramped up the pace of this day of preparation. I wanted to take a moment and share an encouraging word about the principle of withdrawing, as it pertains to Shabbat. While Shabbat is a time to enter into a suspension of space so that time might be experienced on Earth as it is in Heaven, we know from the Torah that everything that we do is paired with som
A Dash of Encouragement
When we follow Yaweh's laws we walk in perfect blessing. It's when we deviate from His intended desire for us that we become injured, harmed, wounded, or defeated. All the pain in the world is because of our choices, not our chances. 2 Cor 3:6"He has made us competent as ministers of a renewed covenant--not of the letter but of the Spirit; for the letter kills, but the Spirit gives life." I think this means not to use the law to sin. For example, do not refuse to work on the