Psalm 15: Praying Through The Psalms

"Adonai, who may dwell in your tent? Who may live on your holy mountain? The one who walks with integrity, who does what is right, and speaks trust in his heart." Psalm 15:1-2 Heavenly Father, to dwell in your presence is an honor. To worship you in spirit and truth on your holy mountain is... Continue Reading →

Daily Devotional: Jesus Is Your Shelter In Life’s Storms

Jesus said, "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest." - Matthew 11:28 These comforting words are spoken by Jesus, the Son of God. He reassured his disciples and all who would follow Him that they can find rest for their souls. When we abide in the... Continue Reading →

Psalm 48: Praying Through The Psalms

Great is the Lord, and most worthy of praise,    in the city of our God, his holy mountain. The Lord is great and worthy of our praise. He is the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords. His majestic splendor reaches to the highest heavens. He dwells in the city of our God, His holy mountain. Nothing... Continue Reading →

Modern Bible Commentary on James 1:19-27

19 Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger; 20 for the anger of man does not produce the righteousness of God. 21 Therefore put away all filthiness and rampant wickedness and receive with meekness the implanted word, which is able to save your souls. The Bible clearly speaks to... Continue Reading →

Daily Devotional: Relationship Triumphs Religiosity

"So Paul stood in the middle of the Areopagus and said, 'Men of Athens, I see that in all ways you are very religious. For while I was passing through and observing the objects of your worship, I even found an altar with this inscription: 'To an Unknown God.' Therefore, what you worship without knowing... Continue Reading →

Poem: The Grayest of Grays

It was the grayest of grays. On a cold wintery day. The sun surely hid it's rays. From melting the snow away. Ice captured the blooming flower. The frigid wind seized the river. Nature was arrested that hour. And my soul began to quiver. Until clouds began to diffuse. The sun burst through the gloom.... Continue Reading →

Poem: Peace On Earth, Good Will To Men

The angel shoutedPeace on earthgood will to mendespite your sin.The stars pointedPeace on earthgood will to menturn from sin.The wise men remarkedPeace on earthgood will to menGod will win.The shepherds declaredPeace on earthgood will to menJesus forgives sin.The world exclaimedPeace on earthgood will to menLet's be born again. Poem by Chad A. Damitz

What Does The Bible Say About Messianic Judaism?

In this article, I want to discuss several aspects of the Messianic Judaism faith. First, what is Messianic Judaism? Second, what are the similarities and differences between Messianic Judaism and Rabbinic Judaism? Third, what are the common and distinct features between Messianic Judaism and Gentile Christianity? What is Messianic Judaism? In David Chernoff's booklet entitled:... Continue Reading →

Praying Through Psalm 119

Psalm 119 is the longest chapter of the Bible. The Lord has devoted 176 verses from Scripture to uplift His laws, decrees, and righteous commandments. We live in a world today where God's precepts are not taken seriously, even in the Judeo-Christian community. May this chapter be a staunch reminder that God desires that we... Continue Reading →

Modern Bible Commentary on James 1:1-18

"James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ, to the twelve tribes scattered among the nations--Greetings (James 1:1)." The book of James was most likely written by James, the brother of Jesus around 50 AD. Each epistle usually begins with a greeting or salutation similar to the one stated here. James identifies... Continue Reading →

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