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?

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Expectancy in Yeshua

Throughout the book of Acts, Rav Sha’ul, known as the Apostle Paul, reiterates the hope and the expectancy that he is on trial for. Just what does he mean when he says “And now I stand and am judged for the expectation of the promise made by Elohim to our fathers” in Acts 26:6?

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Despair & Hope

A look at the despair we face and the hope that lies through it.
Jonathan uses Micah 7:7-10 as the key text for exploring how we often despair in our lives, but also how the Father provides hope through it all. He asks the two questions: “How do we look at ourselves,” and “How do we look at others”?

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