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We enrich our perspective of Yeshua, His teachings, and His disciples by expanding our understanding of prayer and Scripture, including ancient Hebrew and contemporary wisdom informed by the Spirit. This rich perspective impacts our daily lives and the world for His Kingdom.

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    Torah Portion

    Weekly Scripture Study

    As described in Luke 4:14-21, Messiah’s ministry kicked off with giving a public reading of the Jewish scriptures! If the Torah reading was central to the worship of Yeshua and His first-century followers, should it not be central to our worship as well?

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    What is Rosh Chodesh

    By observing Rosh Chodesh, we “invite” God into the entire month and make Him Lord over all “our” time. The observance of Rosh Chodesh starts with, “This month will mark the beginning of months for you; it is to be the first month of the year for you” (Exodus 12:2). In response to this text, the Midrash notes, “‘For You’, God said to Israel, ‘Until now, the sanctification of months was in My hands, from now on it is given to you.’”  The first and critical part of Rosh Chodesh observance is the sanctification of the month. As a general principle, sanctification or holiness means “set apart,” and in biblical thought, set apart to God.


    Torah Portion: Parashat Beresheet

    The people saw glimpses of both Elohim and YHVH, but most could not understand who Yeshua was. His hidden divinity as Elohim made it hard for people to see beyond His physical being. His true identity was hidden like that of God’s identity in nature. The Divine clothed and concealed in the garments of gashmius—physicality. But after the Resurrection, those who had "eyes to see" recognized Him as both Elohim and YHVH. 


    Is Christmas a Pagan Holiday? I think you will be surprised by this answer | Rabbi Jason Sobel

    Should Followers of Yeshua celebrate Christmas if it is based on a pagan holiday? I think you will be surprised by this answer and may even learn a few things about the 'root' of other holidays as well.

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    Proverbs 25:2 states, “It is the glory of God to conceal a matter and the glory of kings to search it out.” Let Rabbi Jason be your “guide to glory” as you don’t merely read the Scriptures this year but search them out. Don’t let Bible reading be a checklist item, let it be an unveiling experience!

    Jason Sobel

    Who is Jason Sobel?

    Raised in a Jewish home in New Jersey, Rabbi Jason Sobel dedicated much of his life to finding truth. After years of seeking and studying, he encountered the Lord and found his true destiny as a Jewish follower of Jesus (Yeshua). Suddenly, all the traditions Rabbi Jason grew up with took on new depth and meaning as God connected ancient wisdom with the teachings of the Messiah.

    He received his Rabbinic ordination from the UMJC (Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations) in 2005. He also has a Bachelor of Arts in Jewish Studies and a Master of Arts in intercultural studies and is currently founder and president of Fusion with Rabbi Jason, a resource offering insightful teachings reconnecting modern faith with its rich roots.