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Remember Amalek

In Jewish tradition Shabbat Zachor, the Sabbath of Remembrance, is the Shabbat just before Purim. On this Shabbat we read Deuteronomy25:17-19 which commands us to remember the Amalekites who attacked the Israelites as they were leaving Egypt, and to blot out the Amalekites from under heaven. How does the spirit of Amalek have a strong influence on us today? Why does G-d tell us to completely destroy this group of people, as well as other peoples who opposed His plan for the Israelites to take their Promised Land? Find out the amazing answer in this teaching by Rabbi Jim. Recorded February 28, 2015.

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Weekly Torah Portion




Freedom in Reconciliation

As a believer in Yeshua since 1976, I have heard messages about forgiveness and reconciliation many times. In 2010 I contacted a few folks in Los Angeles to ask if someone could provide temporary housing for my sister while she looked for an apartment there. One of those contacts was a young Messianic Rabbi, who promptly offered to share the need with his congregation. I never heard from him again.

I never knew I was holding onto unforgiveness. Then I saw him at the Messiah Conference two years later. I knew I had to forgive him. Something unexpected and totally wonderful happened when I went forward to talk to him.

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Put fear to rest

It is easy to worry about things in our lives. They can be challenging, but the worry can drag us down even further. The Lord doesn’t want this for us. He wants to carry the burdens of the challenge and the worry. Yeshua said, “Come to me, all of you who are struggling and burdened, and I will give you rest. (Matt. 11:28).

The Lord made this clear to me in an unusual way during the recent Messiah Conference. At about the middle of the week I felt out of sorts and not up to dealing with a lot of people.

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