I started this blog a few years ago as a place to document all of the different hobbies in which I seem to be involved. My hobbies seem to change as fast as the weather. I have many hobbies and I stay interested in them for a while then I seem to bore and move on to something else.
For most of my past time, I do study God’s word and teach a small Bible study group. My passion is for my Hebraic roots, my love for Israel and the Hebrew language.
I love to share with others the tidbits of Torah, the Hebrew language and the deeper meaning of scripture taught to us through the ancient Sages of Israel as well as current Rabbis.
Most say never to discuss religion but it is one of my most favorite topics.
I love to discuss the scriptures and will at any time welcome a dialog of understanding, questions, and beliefs.
The first question I am always asked is “Are you Jewish?” The answer is no. The second question I am asked is “Are you a Christian?” I don’t fit the typical mold of Christianity and this bothers people.
Everyone wants a label and it isn’t okay with many for me not to have one. It usually makes people feel better if I put a religious label on myself.
So if anyone asks you, tell them I am a “God fearer”, just as Cornelius was in Acts 10:2.
If you have ever attended one of my studies the first thing I teach is to think for yourself and always ask questions. You will learn more if you question your beliefs…
Always ask who, what, when, where, and how as you study scripture. You will be surprised at what is revealed when you ask these questions and seek to know all the facts surrounding the biblical events.
It has forever changed my understanding.