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#25 Tzav (Leviticus 6:1-8:36) — Learnings of a Tent Dweller

Tsav is usually translated as command, but is only used in situations that have eternal ramifications. From this word, we get the word mitzvot which actually means good deeds. Good deeds is very important. I mentioned in the last parsha that Leviticus is the manual for the bride or the Book of Holiness. Some things […]Continue reading “#25 Tzav (Leviticus 6:1-8:36) — Learnings of a Tent Dweller”

Parables of the Messiah-The Watchful servant, thief & the ten bridesmaids — Learnings of a Tent Dweller

These parables combines some aspects from other parables but they actually fall into the category of “journey parables.”   Jesus was getting His disciples ready for a time when He wouldn’t be there to supervise them.   Discipling is a lot like a parent-child relationship where you prepare your children to continue on when they are gone. […]Continue reading “Parables of the Messiah-The Watchful servant, thief & the ten bridesmaids — Learnings of a Tent Dweller”

Psalm 126 and who are the assents? — Learnings of a Tent Dweller

The Hebrew expression Shir ham·ma·ʽalohth is for 15 psalms (Ps 120-134) translated as “A Song of degrees”, “A gradual canticle”, “A Song of the Stairsteps” or “A Song of Ascents”. Jewish tradition (Mishnah, Middot 2:5) held that these 15 songs were sung by the Levites in ascending the 15 steps from the Court of Women to […]Continue reading “Psalm 126 and who are the assents? — Learnings of a Tent Dweller”

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