Children of the King

BY Susan Fiedler Grandparents love to brag about grandchildren!  You’d think they were the only kids in the world.  Sometimes I’m tempted to inflict my recitation of minutiae from their lives upon every victim I can lay my hands on.  After all, I’m sure other people—even complete strangers—are bound to

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TORAH

What Scripture Says About TORAH By Christine Egbert In English Torah gets translated as LAW.  More accurately, Torah is instruction. It is God’s instruction to mankind, instructions which fall into two categories: loving HIM and loving our fellow man. Many who take some of Paul’s writings out of context teach

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Hanukkah/ Feast of Dedication

Hanukkah/ Feast of Dedication by Christine Egbert Did you know that although Hanukkah is not mentioned in the first five books of Torah, or even the so-called Old Testament (because the events which brought it about had not yet occurred), that it is mentioned in the gospel of John? You probably

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A Misunderstood Hebrew Idiom

A Misunderstood Hebrew Idiom by Christine Egbert Modern English is filled with idioms: eat your heart out, kill time, blow your mind, punch the clock, crash! These are all easily understood expressions by our contemporaries. But for those for whom English is a second language, these simple idioms would require

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What Is Biblical Faith?

What Is Faith From A Biblical, Hebraic Mindset? By Christine Egbert Many believers interpret (misinterpret) Scripture from a Greek/Western mindset. For them faith is simply a mental construct, something one believes with no action required. But is that what Scripture actually teaches about saving faith?… the faith James declared “dead without works”,

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