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Showing posts from October, 2017

You Must Be Perfect

What comes to your mind when you hear the following words of Jesus (Yeshua)?
You must be perfect, as your heavenly Father is perfect.” (Luke 6:36 & Matthew 5:48)

The opening phrase -- “You must be perfect. . .” -- has generated many debates over the centuries and caused a great deal of confusion and guilt. The dictionary definition for the word “perfect” that comes to most peoples’ minds is usually “completely free from faults or defects.” Read the complete blog at --

Successfully Overcoming Anger Part 2

Yeshua’s lesson on anger is clearly linked to the story of Cain and Abel. In his world, rabbis and teachers added their insights to commandments in the Jewish Scriptures to help people obey them. Their insights were called “fences around the Law.” If a people followed the instructions of the “fences” they would keep the commandment.” Yeshua was a master fence builder. Read the complete article at

“Salvation” the Big Elephant in the Room

Beliefs about “salvation” are the biggest barriers to open discussions about the differences between different Christian group and about Yeshua, the “Jesus of History.” This is completely understandable when so much is at stake in the minds of “believers” – literally going to Heaven or Hell! Read the complete blog at

Yeshua’s Teacher

10 CE marked the end of Hillel’s 40 year reign as nasi.  He was the founder of a school of legal religious thought and dynasty that led Jewish life in Judea for the next four centuries. Unknown to many Christians, Hillel’s influence was an important factor in the development of Yeshua as a teacher of the Jewish Scriptures.