Category: Torah Talk

  • Let’s Keep Sabbath Holy, Set Apart, Special

    Let’s Keep Sabbath Holy, Set Apart, Special

    Why should I keep Sabbath? Because the Bible tells me so!!  Sabbath points us back to the Creator: Genesis 1-3  Yehovah God created rest: Genesis 2:2-3  It’s the Fourth Commandment of the Big Ten: Exodus 16 & 20  Yehovah wrote it with His own finger in stone: Exodus 16 & 20  It’s a symbol of…

  • Father Abraham, We are Israel

    Father Abraham, We are Israel

    When I was a child I loved the song, “Father Abraham.”  Every week at children’s church I wanted to sing it.  You know the one, where you move your arms, then you march your feet, and nod your head, turn around, and finally sit down.  Being a sure hyper child this was an ingenious song…

  • Torah Life, Biblical Living, One Day at a Time

    Torah Life, Biblical Living, One Day at a Time

    How does a Torah Observant believer live day to day? This is so important.  This is an excellent question.  As believers in Yeshua, we should be following His example of obedience to Torah every day of the week, not just on Sabbath.  Every month of the year, not just feast months.  Every year of life,…

  • Whole Bible Believer, Torah Observant Christian

    Whole Bible Believer, Torah Observant Christian

    Recently, a friend told me she could no longer be my friend because I am Torah Observant.  She had googled “Torah observant.”  She found some weird things, and instead of just asking me if I believed those things, she assumed I did. The truth is I consider myself a “whole Bible believer”  more than a…

  • Feasts of YHVH, Holy Days vs. Holidays

    Feasts of YHVH, Holy Days vs. Holidays

    Torah observant Believers, like all other believers out there in this world, are always seeking to walk in the Ways of Yehovah.  We study the Bible, and seek the wisdom of the Holy Spirit, as we make the best decisions we can for our families.  When it comes to special days to celebrate and observe,…

  • Tzit Tzit (wearing tassels on our clothes)

    Question: What are those things you’re wearing? Answer: Tzittzit. Tzit tzit are something I wear as a reminder of how I should live like Yeshua, and obey His commandments. I am a Believer in Yeshua Messiah.  That means I want to live my life like Him.  Messiah means Savior of God.  Yeshua was a Jew (Hebrew/Isrealite)…