Tsitsit, tassles, or fringes, was commanded to be worn. But in the Renewed/New Covenant, is it still valid or “done away with”? Let’s study the Scripture!
A study of the popularly known as “The Lord’s Prayer” reveals how we ought to pray as, instructed by our Messiah himself. Simple yet effective.
The last but equally important commandment: You shall not covet your neighbor’s house, wife, servants, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.
What is bearing false witness against our neighbor? Is it only applicable during times of court and interrogation witnessing, or it is applicable daily?
You shall not steal. The 8th commandment of YaHuWaH. Be it as small as 1¢, stealing is stealing. Simple but we transgress on this a lot of times!
In our continuing preparation for the coming Day of Atonement, today’s meditation is the 7th commandment: You shall not commit adultery.
The 6th commandment is also the 1st in the second tablet. An important command against murdering your fellow human beings.
The 5th Torah/Instruction commands us to “honor our father and our mother”. What is “honor”? How do we truly honor our parents?
Sabbath Day. Did we truly rested on the Sabbath these past months? Or was it all just another “ritual”?
Even as Christians/Messianics/Natsarim, we still complain to our Creator Father like Job did. But should we? In this short post, I am going to show you what happened when Job complained, how our Creator Father answered him, and if we are in a position to complain like Job did.