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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 one’s willingness to keep thrusting the shovel into the ground; by doing so, the promise is to never thirst again.

This website contains the musings of a Torah pursuant lover of Mashiach (Messiah). Here a little, there a little would describe the pages you will find on Grace in Torah. My hope is that the reader will be inspired to walk as Mashiach (Messiah) walked, and to know that the Creator’s commandments are not too hard. His yoke is easy and light. (Dt. 30:11)

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BIO

Kisha Gallagher 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 general Bible study. Many lives are touched through her website, conference engagements, and weekly small groups. Kisha is a Creation Gospel trainer and a former cohost on Hebrew Nation Radio’s Morning Show, Renewed. She is a new programmer on ReviveTV (Hebraic Roots Network). Kisha resides near the Smoky Mountains with her husband and sons. She can be contacted at kisha@graceintorah.net

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Looking forward to following your posts! Shalom 🙂

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  2. happypianokeys

    Hey, thanks for the follow! The notification popped up in my email, and after I looked through your posts, I was actually pretty honored that you followed me! 🙂 I’m looking forward to reading more from you as we celebrate together the beauty of the Word, the Torah, and Yeshua, that Word made flesh.

    Keep up the great work!

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    • Your welcome dear sister! Keep writing and sharing Torah and Yeshua. The Kingdom needs your voice, so YOU keep writing also! 🙂 I actually found your blog through the suggestions in my WordPress Reader. It was a sweet treat indeed.

      Shalom and may YHWH bless you,
      K.

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  3. Sue in NC

    I added your statement to my page called “Favorite Quotes” because it is the most succinct and precise statement of the issue I have seen: “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.” (Kisha Gallagher at Grace in Torah)

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  4. Thanks so much, Sue! I’m honored that you quoted me. I’ve just been browsing your blog as well! 🙂 I look forward to checking out your website too. It’s good to meet new friends! Be blessed, sister.

    Shalom,
    K

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  5. Just received my ‘end of my first year’ blogging report from WordPress and it recommended your site. Boy, was it spot on. Glad to have found you and looking forward to reading your blogs – very informative, encouraging, and convicting. Shalom! tauna

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    • Tauna,
      So glad you stopped by. 😊 I just started following you too. I look forward to reading your blog as well! At first glance, it looks as though I’ll learn a ton through your literal shepherding — very exciting!

      Shalom,
      K

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      • Thank you for the follow – i’m still learning about shepherding, too! made a ton of mistakes with the Merinos and Dorsets I purchased a year and a half ago. Hopefully, the tough and expensive lessons are over!

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  6. William

    Will be saving and referring to this blog – it looks edifying. Thank you & shalom!

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  7. Jacky

    What a great resource. I was reading your commentary on the role of women in the book of Proverbs and am interested to find out more (especially on the role of the Holy Spirit in Proverbs 31).

    Would you happen to have any books you could recommend which dive into a deeper study of the Holy Spirit and the book of Proverbs (e.g. I happen to be of the view that Proverbs 8 is about the Holy Spirit, and not necessarily the Messiah, as it now commonly held in evangelical circles)? And whether you have any book recommendations where the study of Proverbs is deeply rooted in the Hebrew language? Thank you and Shalom.

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    • In Dr. Garr’s book, God and Women, there are a couple of chapters devoted to “Wisdom” that you may find interesting. As to your second paragraph, I have to say that my years of studying the difference in Hebraic and Greek thought have steered me away from an “either/or” type of thinking. Greek (western) thought is very black and white and logic based; whereas, Hebraic thought is broader and based in block logic. In other words, there are many facets to the Book of Proverbs. One doesn’t have to be “wrong” in order for the other to be “right”.

      The Oneness of God means the that Messiah and the Holy Spirit are also echad (One). I highly recommend the Creation Gospel, workbook 1, by Dr. Hollisa Alewine to help you with the Hebraic understanding of not only the Spirit in the Book of Proverbs, but how the Spirit of God as Wisdom worked throughout creation week and beyond. This workbook requires a lot from you, but I promise it is worth the effort. 🙂 I hope this helps.

      Shalom, K

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  8. john hutto

    I’m grateful for this teaching! I’ve got questions concerning angels and the seven spirits as they relate to the pastors. Is there a resource you have or is there a website. This kinda contradicts the trinity! I would realllyyy like to find out more. Ive heard this before and just desire more clarity. Thanks.

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    • Hi John,

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting. 🙂 Which teaching were you referring to exactly? Since you commented on my “About” page, I’m not sure.

      As far as a resource, I recommend Dr. Hollisa Alewine’s Creation Gospel series. You can find her website in my favorite links or watch her on the Hebraic Roots Network (also in my links section). I hope this helps.

      K

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  9. Shalom, shalom. So very thankful to have found your blog! Looking forward to gleaning all Abba has for me here. Blessings to you!

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  10. Darlene

    Please email me for all your graceintorah studies thank you

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    • Darlene, I’m not sure I understand. Would you like new posts to be emailed to you? If so, you can sign up for this by looking at the left hand side bar menu. There you will see a place to follow by email. 😊 Thanks for stopping by!
      K

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  11. Christie jaffe

    Wow I love your blog.just learning how to follow you love you too much christie

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  12. Theresa Stewart

    I have been blessed by your article on Repairer of the Breach. I would like more information. Do you have an email I may contact you personally?
    Thank you,
    Theresa

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  13. Thanks for following my blog I hope you find a blessing there.

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  14. Thank you for sharing wha the Lord has shown you with this passage. I’m working on a womans group devotion and was stuck on finding more about the “five smooth stones” and what they meant. this was what I was looking for. The Lord is so good!

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  17. jennacar

    Hi, found your blog today while doing research for insights on the mishcan and the pillar of cloud and fire for a painting I want to do. Will be recommending you to readers at my blog Hope and Hesed (WordPress).

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  18. Rebecca

    Hi Kisha,
    I just finished your Role of Women study which led me to your teaching “Taste your Words” on ReviveTV, and I just wanted to say that your teachings have encouraged me in more ways than you can imagine. I am always amazed (may not be the right word) at the timing and prompting of what the Lord has to teach us. I will be going thru the Role of Women again because theres SO MUCH to learn and look forward to reading your other posts. My Creation Gospel book is suppose to arrive today so I look forward to digging into that! I have signed up for the conference in August and I look forward to meeting you!
    I had a quick question about Skip Moen’s book Gaurdian Angel. Do you suggest the abridged or unabridged version?
    You are a blessing dear sister, and I thank you for your studies and insight. May He be glorified mightily thru your work;)

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    • Thank you for your kind words, Rebecca! May Adonai continue to bless your studies. 😊 I recommend Dr. Moen’s abridged version. The full version has a lot of repetitive material because his book began as a series of blog posts.

      I’m also excited to hear you’ll be studying the Creation Gospel – it’s a game changer. Be sure to watch her videos with the workbook or reach out to her about working with a trainer near your area. You’ll get ten times more out of the study that way.

      Be blessed sister,
      Kisha

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