Shalom, and thanks for visiting Grace in Torah. My hope is that after reading some of my articles, you too will begin to see that the Torah of G-d is full of His grace. A person’s perspective of the Torah is rooted in their heart and core beliefs. I have come to the understanding that a man or woman who desires to please G-d for the reason of love will view His Word, His Torah, as loving instructions. But, a person with an attitude of fear or a with a desire to appease the appetites of their flesh, will view the Torah as rigid, cold law.
If you are a fellow sojourner or a thoughtful seeker, you will find many treasures here, some old and some new. I encourage you to dig deep into the Word and mine these out for yourself. For in the end, our walk or lack thereof with the Master will be revealed. My personal walk has been enriched immensely by consistent “digging” in the Word of Truth. It is this process that has sustained me in dry and hard places. Sometimes we must dig deep into the earth to find the “water” necessary for life, and other times the flow is rather close to the surface. What matters is our willingness to keep thrusting the shovel into the ground; by doing so, we are promised to never thirst again.
This blog is about the musings of a Torah pursuant lover of Mashiach. Here a little, there a little would describe the pages you will find on Grace in Torah. The truth is that without the profound grace afforded to me through my Mashiach, Yeshua, I would be blind, lost, poor, and naked —– much less Torah pursuant! As you read about my life and walk, my hope is that the general reader will be inspired to walk as my Mashiach walked and to realize that our Creator’s commandments are not too hard for any of us. (Dt. 30:11)
Kisha Gallagher has been studying the Hebraic roots of Christianity since 2004. She is the author of the BEKY Book: The Biblical New Moon: A Guide for Celebrating, and the website, Grace in Torah, a ministry devoted to the Gospel of Yeshua, the moedim (feasts), marital roles, and living out a Torah lifestyle. She encourages the young and old alike to draw deeply from the wells of salvation (Is. 12:3), for all are welcome.
Kisha is a devout student of the Bible and a minister of the good news. Many lives are touched through her website, conference engagements, and weekly small groups. Kisha is a Creation Gospel trainer and a cohost on Hebrew Nation Radio’s Morning Show, Renewed. This weekly program focuses on the spiritual and prophetic aspects of Hebraic Roots by showcasing the miracles and testimonies of God’s people. Tune in every Wednesday morning from 11am-1pm EST.
She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org