The greatest of all commandments…

This week’s Torah portion (Vaetchanan) repeats the Ten Commandments. Though there are some slight differences between the Exodus and Deuteronomy versions, both begin with “I AM” (אָנכִי) and both end with “[for] your neighbor” (לְרֵעֶךָ). Joining these together says “I am your neighbor,” indicating that the LORD Himself is found in your neighbor. [source] Interesting,…

A few good links for you…

I was just on Facebook, and someone pointed out that you can hear some of Jacob Prasch’s sermons online, as well as other teachers. I haven’t had time to check any of them out yet. But I am going to save this link to my blogroll section, Audio and Video. Apparently, the video/audio called “Iran…

It’s about HOW we do it…

I came across something today that was really, really interesting. Have you ever wondered why it was that God from the very beginning rejected Cain’s offering to the Lord? I have. The following words from John Calvin answers this question quiet nicely… ‎”There is nothing more perilous to our salvation than a preposterous and perverse…

The eyes to the soul…

Zec 11:16 For, lo, I will raise up a shepherd in the land; he shall not visit those who are cut off, nor will he seek the young, nor will he heal that which is broken, nor will he sustain that which stands. But he shall eat the flesh of the fat, and tear off…