New Torah Portion Teachings

New Weekly Teachings

Study the Torah with us each week!

Enjoy a new children's teaching series called "Torah Time" and the newly updated "Open Bible" series. CLICK the image above to visit the teaching page for this week.

If your desire is to know the Father more through His Torah then you have come to the WRITE place!

Torah Portion Bereshit

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It is our passion to encourage and equip you in the faith. The weekly Torah portion gives us spiritual food to digest and grow. Join us as we study the Torah together.

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We have in-depth teachings, a new children’s series, and a weekly reading guide all available at our website.

CLICK HERE for the new weekly children’s teaching material. It’s easy to use for one child or an entire room full! “Torah Time” includes an explanation of the portion, a Hebrew lesson, leaving activities, a memory verse and more!

CLICK HERE this week’s teachings.

Torah Portion Bereshit

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It is our passion to encourage and equip you in the faith. The weekly Torah portion gives us spiritual food to digest and grow. Join us as we study the Torah together.

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We have in-depth teachings, a new children’s series, and a weekly reading guide all available at our website.

CLICK HERE for the new weekly children’s teaching material. It’s easy to use for one child or an entire room full! “Torah Time” includes an explanation of the portion, a Hebrew lesson, leaving activities, a memory verse and more!

CLICK HERE this week’s teachings.

Here’s the Best Way to Fast

by Daniel Rendelman Fasting is an important spiritual practice that reminds us that we are not what we eat. When you choose to fast you are afflicting your appetites and allowing your spirit to reign instead of your flesh. It’s a cleansing experience that believers should practice more often.  Of course you can fast three […]

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What the Bible Says About Ebola

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Fear is beginning to grip people about an Ebola outbreak. News outlets and even Bible teachers are making the disease out to be an epidemic that can’t be controlled. What does the Bible say about Ebola? Well consider this promise… “He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High Shall abide under the […]

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Let Go and Let Yah – Yom Kippur Teaching

by Daniel Rendelman    The tenth day of the seventh Biblical month is a special occasion for repentance and revelation called the “Day of Atonement” or “Yom Kippur.”  It’s also a time of letting go. Originally, it was on Yom Kippur that the High Priest would take bloody offerings beyond the veil of the Tabernacle.  […]

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We’re Pregnant

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Discover the startling connection between spiritual growth, the Biblical holidays, and the gestation period of a child. By Daniel Rendelman www.emetministries.com Perhaps the most amazing experience in life is the birth of a child.  There are hardly words to describe the feelings and emotions experienced  when you first hold your newborn.  A friend recently said […]

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Law OR Grace ?

It’s not either or. We should NEVER have to choose between law and grace. Our observance of the commandments is not in place of love and mercy. Take Joseph as an example.  Joseph was engaged to Mary yet somehow she was pregnant.  He thought she had been unfaithful and was going to divorce her.  It […]

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Study Guide to Devarim Torah Portion

    Parasha Devarim Deuteronomy 1:1-3:22 Isaiah 1:1-27 Acts 7:51-8:4   The Torah Portion at a Glance Moses begins his repetition of the Torah  to the assembled Children of Israel, reviewing the events that occurred and the laws that were given in the course of their 40-year journey from Egypt to Sinai to the Promised […]

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The Real Messiah

The Real Messiah By Daniel Rendelman emetministries.com   Movies, books, sermons, and Sunday school lessons teach us about the grace and kindness of the Savior.  Even the unsaved heathen on the street of San Francisco know that “Jesus is merciful and sinless.”  Most people are familiar with the graceful “Jesus” of modern Christianity, but is […]

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Cities of Refuge and You

In 1760 an engraver who wanted to help educators teach geography mounted a map on some wood and then cut around the various countries.  He called his work a “dissection puzzle.”  In just a little over one hundred years “jigsaw puzzles” had become a novelty loved by the young and old.  During the Great Depression […]

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