Insights, Science and Scripture

Worms and Maggots

Are you ready to go fishing? If so, then you are going to need some worms, some Hebrew rimmâh or some Greek skōlēx. But if you are looking for salvation, then you are going to need an entirely different worm, a Tôlâʽ or Tôlêʽâh Worm . Yup, you guessed it, Hebrew has several distinct words… Continue reading Worms and Maggots

The Rapture

The Rapture Crown

1 Corinthians 9:24 – “In a race all the runners compete, but only one receives the crown.” There are five crowns mentioned in scripture: • The Incorruptible Crown: the crown of self control and victory in the Christian life (1 Corinthians 9:24-27), • The Crown of Rejoicing: the crown of evangelism and soul winning (Philippians… Continue reading The Rapture Crown

The Moedim

Reishit Katzir

Meeting Times [מוֹעֵד H4150] – (Seasons) The sun, moon, and stars indicate set appointments when Yahweh will show up to interact with His people. The Older Covenant feasts, Yahweh’s meeting times (seasons), are determined by the cycles of the moon. The word translated feasts is the Hebrew word, מוֹעֵד Moed. Moed means a divine appointment.… Continue reading Reishit Katzir

Insights, Mistaken Perceptions

It’s About Following Yahweh 5

In May we looked firstly at the changing of the moedim dates to pagan holiday dates, in June secondly at the admonishment that we are not supposed to worry about what others think about our celebrating the Moedim of Yahweh, and in July thirdly at whether celebrating those moedim is expected of Newer Covenant people,… Continue reading It’s About Following Yahweh 5


The Amazing Vav

Genesis 1:1 – “בְּרֵאשִׁית בָּרָא אֱלֹהִים אֵת הַשָּׁמַיִם וְאֵת הָאָֽרֶץ” (“In the beginning Elohim created the heavens and the earth”). The vav is the sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet, and it is used in scripture for the first time in the sixth word. The meaning of the word is – hook, as a connecting… Continue reading The Amazing Vav


Bride and Bridegroom

Leviticus 23:17 – “You will bring from your dwelling places two loaves of bread, baked with leaven, to be waved.” The Book of Ruth tells the story of four people: Naomi, Ruth, Orpah, and Boaz who lived during the time of the Judges, a time of severe famine in Israel, during which Naomi, her husband… Continue reading Bride and Bridegroom