Newsletter July 2017

Pretty is as pretty does. Or is it, pretty does as pretty is? Do our actions make us good or bad, right or wrong?

There are lots of ideas that seem right at first, and usually there is some truth to it. But it’s only when we weigh every thought against the Truth of Yah’s word that we can see the lie that corrupts even the little bit of truth in the idea. Read More…


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Home-based education is the fastest-growing form of education in the United States and is on the rise around the globe. According to the National Home Education Research Institute (NHERI) in Salem, Oregon this trend is on the rise in Australia, France, Hungary, Japan, South Korea, Russia, Mexico, Thailand and the United Kingdom as well.

The reasons for the upswing are varied. But one of the primary reasons parents give for educating their children at home centers around a desire to teach and impart a particular set of values, beliefs and worldview to their children. Read More…


Disclaimer: The writings and views of the author are not necessarily the views of “Torah to the Tribes”. Articles may contain personal opinion and/or beliefs that may not be endorsed by “Torah to the Tribes”. For our Affirmation of Truth click here.

Murphy’s Law. Have you ever experienced it? You know, when everything that could go wrong does go wrong. Well, you are about to experience a refreshing story that is the complete opposite of Murphy’s Law.

The following sequence of events testify to the powerful move of the Ruach HaKodesh that not only covered a span of nearly 5,000 miles but transpired over a 9 month period! This is a miraculous story, against all odds, showing what happens when everything that could go right does go right! Read More…

 


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As we continue our journey through the Hebrew Aleph-Bet this month we will study three letters that represent life sustaining functions.

Zaheen/Zayin is the tool or weapon used by the father of the family to provide food and protection and the Hhet/Khet represents the wall of the tent which sustains shade to family living in the house. Teyt/Tet is a container or basket used to store food and other items. Read More…


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Alas for the day! For the day of YHWH is near, and it comes as destruction from the Almighty. Is not the food cut off before our eyes, joy and gladness from the House of our Elohim? The seed has rotted under their clods, storehouses are laid waste, granaries are broken down, for the grain has withered. Yo’el 1:15-17

When I see what’s happening with our food supply, both globally and here in the United States, I am reminded of the many times in Scripture that the children of Yisrael faced annihilation by starvation. Whether the attack came by famine, siege or locusts, the enemy knew that if Yisrael’s food supply was destroyed, the people would perish. Alas, everything old is new again. Read More…


Disclaimer: The writings and views of the author are not necessarily the views of “Torah to the Tribes”. Articles may contain personal opinion and/or beliefs that may not be endorsed by “Torah to the Tribes”. For our Affirmation of Truth click here.

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