Teachings

What you see is what you get…. Not!

Beth Elohim Messianic Synagogue What you see is what you get… Not! The sign read “ come in and see the world’s largest man- eating alligator!” One woman passed by the sign and informed her husband that she had no interest in seeing this exhibit because she was afraid of “scaly creatures.” She thought she… Read more »

Gershom and the circumcision Sh’mot (Exodus) 4:24-6

Beth Elohim Messianic Synagogue Gershom (foreigner there) The question addressed today is how old was Gershom when he was circumcised? We are told very little about this son of Moshe in scripture so we must delve deeper for the answer. First is the scripture and background. Yitro had just agreed to Moshe’s request to return… Read more »

The Concept of Freedom: Freedom From/Freedom For

The Concept of Freedom: Freedom From/Freedom For In light of current events, I want to talk to you about “Freedom.” We in the US like to boast about our freedoms, yet I say democracies are both a blessing or a curse: as Torah is a blessing or a curse. Largely everything depends upon how we… Read more »

Hypostasis and our Relationship to G-d

Healing Hypostasis and our Relationship to G-d I want to talk about the problem of poor circulation as it relates to our relationship with G-d. How many of you have been told that you have poor circulation in your legs? What are the symptoms? Let me first say before I get started that poor circulation… Read more »

The Diseases of Egypt Revisited (2020)

Beth Elohim Messianic Synagogue The Diseases of Egypt Revisited Today I want to address an area of study and information- sharing that proves the old adage “what goes around comes around.” This saying is no less true than when we address the diseases of Egypt and their relationship to sin. The metaphor of Egypt to… Read more »

The Origins of Christmas and Yahshua’s Real Birthday

The origins of Christmas and Yahshua’s real Birthday I remember when I was a child during the holiday season of Christmas. My family was not observant of G-d’s laws because they were unaware that we are Jewish. We are indeed part of the lost 10 Tribes that have since been “found.” This is becoming more… Read more »

Commentary on Revelation Chapter 17

Commentary on Revelation Chapter 17 I was once asked to explain Revelation 17:16. My response may have more application to today than ever before as we proceed through these end times. Let’s back up a little so we can understand this passage of which you are inquiring. In Chapter 16:19 we read that not only… Read more »

Was Yahshua Crucified on Friday, or was it Wednesday?

Was Yahshua Crucified on Friday, or was it Wednesday? Traditionally, Good Friday is supposed to be the day on which Yahshua was crucified. Yet, Yahshua said he would be in the heart, or the belly of the earth three days and three nights. There is no possible way, by any stretch of the imagination, that… Read more »

Another perspective on the date of Yahshua’s Crucifixion

Another perspective on the date of Yahshua’s Crucifixion This is an alternate perspective on the timing of Yahshua’s crucifixion. I encourage you to compare to the other article I posted on the website and decide for yourselves which interpretation is correct. Shalom, Rabbi Tamah Davis. If the time of Yahshua’s death is the correct time… Read more »