Parsha Thoughts – Vayigash

What do we do when we are walking down a path with an uncertain future? More importantly, what do we do when have that moment of clarity where we finally see why the road was so rocky? Are we quick to praise and thank Elohim for the journey that equipped us with what we need in this very moment or we quick to hold on to the hurt?

Continue reading

Parsha Thought – Vayishlach

Eventually, it seems, all the things of our past catch up with us. We find ourselves in uncomfortable and awkward situations because of choices we’ve made throughout our lifetime. Some are only a minor inconvenience while others appear to jeopardize everything that we’ve worked for. Our main character in this week’s Torah portion is no different from you and I.

Continue reading

Parsha Thought – Chayei Sarah

Torah – Genesis 23:1-25:18 Haftarah – 1 Kings 1:1-31 Brit Chadesha – Matthew 1:1-17 This week’s Torah portion is titled “Chayei Sarah,” or “Sarah lived.” However, the Torah opens this parsha in the following way: “And Sarah lived one hundred years and twenty years and seven years; the years of…

Continue reading