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Up to Half the Kingdom

These piercing words from Tekoa (Bonnie Manning) are poetic and convicting as we clean our hearts of leaven this season.

Tekoa Manning

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In this blog series, we will look at those like Esther, who stood before kings and made request, as well as the request of one man on the cross next to Yeshua.

At one point, I’ll ask you to sit with me, as we shine a light of introspection inside our souls. Even in our silence, we are always making request of the King. If we pray without ceasing, our hearts cry out.

There is nothing hated as greatly as truth.

Stephen speaks truth in the book of Acts and is stoned to death. John speaks truth and ends up on the menu.

“For Herod himself had ordered that John be arrested and bound and imprisoned, on account of his brother Philip’s wife Herodias, whom Herod had married.For John had been telling Herod, “It is not lawful for you to have your brother’s wife!So Herodias held…

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New Moon of Tevet in Jerusalem

Chag Sameach Chanukah and Chodesh Tov Tevet!

I am blessed to be in the Land of the King for two weeks. It’s been cold and rainy in Jerusalem, but it’s only made the streets of gold glisten all the more! These photos are from erev Shabbat last night.

Kotel, Erev Shabbat 6th Night of Chanukah 2018 © K. Gallagher
Chanukiah Lights outside homes in the Old City of Jerusalem.
© K. Gallagher

I prerecorded a video for the tenth month of Tevet before I left for Israel. Sadly, when I tried to upload to YouTube tonight, the audio had issues that I could not repair. If I am able, I will record again while I’m in the Land. If not, I’ll post the video later this month after I return home. Meanwhile, may Adonai bless your tenth month of Tevet!

Want to experience the Holy Land for yourself? Join Dr. Hollisa Alewine of The Creation Gospel this Passover in Israel! Click here for details. 😀

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Renewed Podcasts

Tonight is the 40th day of the Omer! I hope you’ve been counting the days to Shavuot. It’s been a while since I’ve posted on Grace in Torah, but I haven’t forgotten any of you, dear readers. I have a few upcoming articles about Proper Speech (The Tongue), Counting the Omer, and Shavuot. If you’d like a taste, you can listen (for free) to some recent podcasts with me and Dr. Deb Wiley on Hebrew Nation Radio.

You do need to be a Hebrew Nation subscriber to hear episodes that have been placed in the archives. But, it’s free to join! Why wait? You can also like Renewed Radio’s Facebook page (renewedhnr) to receive the latest podcasts in your newsfeed. Meanwhile, I’m praying you each have a very blessed Shavuot. May Adonai’s Light and Fire Shine on you and be gracious to you.

Fire on the Mountain – Shavuot

Silence & Proper Speech

Counting the Omer & Women in the Body of Messiah

Women in the Body of Messiah Part 2

And last but not least, John Diffenderfer joined us to discuss a fascinating topic:

Intimacy Symbolized in the Feasts and the Tabernacle

By the way, Dr. Deb and I are always looking for those willing to share their testimony on Renewed. If you are such a brave soul, please contact me here in the comments, or at renewedhnr@gmail.com

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The Kidneys and the Ears

What do your kidneys have to with listening or hearing from God? Enjoy this insightful post from my friend and fellow author/blogger Bonnie Manning. (:

Tekoa Manning

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For thou hast possessed my kidneys: thou hast covered me in my mother’s womb.” Psalm 139:13 JB. “I shall bless Lord Jehovah who counsels me and my kidneys teach me in the nights.” Psalm 16:7 AB.

 I’m five or six years old and it hurts to breathe. I’m feverish. The doctor puts his stethoscope on my chest and tells me to take deep breath’s, which is difficult. He removes his lighted earpiece and looks deep into my ear canal. He asked me if my ears hurt. I answer in shallow rasps. As he peers, he says something to me that today seems humorous. He says, “What have you been planting in there, corn or potatoes?” I sink down and become embarrassed that I have dirty ears. Forget that I’m dying. Not really, but you get the gist of the situation.

I was ashamed that I…

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