Is the Torah the Bridge to God?


  “Torah is the mysterious bridge which connects the Jew and God, across which they interact and communicate, and by means of which God fulfils His covenant with His people to sustain them and protect them.” So says Rabbi Shraga Simmons in an article on the Aish website about Shavuoth. He also tells us that: At Mount Sinai when the Torah was given, the entire Jewish nation – 3 million...

How do we approach God? How does God come to us?


Lessons from the tabernacle

‘And let them make me a sanctuary; that I may dwell among them.’  Exodus 25.8

How the construction of the tabernacle given in Exodus relates to our approach to God through the Messiah and the new covenant.

God the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament


Let’s have a look at the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament. We can see that the Holy Spirit is there from the beginning. In the first verses of Genesis, we see the Holy Spirit at work in creation. In fact, the Father Son, and Holy Spirit are all there if you can understand what’s taking place in Genesis chapter 1: In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth...

Administering the Law


The burden of the word ofthe Lord for Israel, saith theLord, which stretcheth forththe heavens, and layeth thefoundation of the earth, andformeth the spirit of man withinhim.

Zachariah 12.1

Perpetual enmity


Amalek was first among the nations,

But shall be last until he perishes

Numbers 24.20

Who is Amalek?


how he attacked your rear ranks,

all the stragglers at your rear,

when you were tired and weary;

and he did not fear God

Deuteronomy 25.18