Q & A

What does it mean to be Grafted into Israel?

The Scriptures say that God has made a way for Gentiles to convert to the God of Israel and become a part of His people just like the example of the Egyptians, and Midianites who converted and stood with our fore-fathers receiving the covenant at Mount Sinai!  If you are cannot say for sure that you are Israel, consider coming into covenant with the God of Israel and being grafted-in and experience the blessings of being apart of G-d’s people!  Here is what the Bible says about being Grafted in…

Why Sacrifices?

In light of this week’s Torah portion Vayikra, I thought I would post this question someone wrote us about the sacrificial system for you to meditate on… Question: Can I ask you why YHVH asks for sacrifices?  If he cannot change, how can he change this system of death He gave? Some say he did change…

Will there be sacrifices and offerings in the Millennial Kingdom?

Many coming back to Torah from other religions ask us, “Will there be sacrifices and offerings in the Millennial Kingdom?”  This short article answers straight from scripture for you and for others who may have the same question. For those who know Adonai’s word, the Prophetic scriptures reveal and emphatic YES with multiple witnesses showing…

head coverings

The Question of Head Coverings for Women

Mandatory headcovers for women is a topic that has been debated throughout the history of Judaism. Some rabbis believe hair covering is an absolute obligation originating from Moses at Sinai, while others say it is a standard of modesty defined by the Jewish community. The Yiddish word tichel or Hebrew word mitpachat means head scarf.…

Yom Kippur

Do we observe the Yom Kippur fast on Shabbat?

Question: Since it is forbidden to fast on Shabbat, do we fast on Yom Kippur if it falls on Shabbat? Answer: We do fast when Yom Kippur coincides with Shabbat (this being one of the differences between Yom Kippur and other fasts). Since Yom Kippur is a biblical fast, and the Torah calls it “Shabbat Shabbaton” – the Shabbat of Shabbats – this implies that it takes precedence over Shabbat.…