A new teaching series from Kisha Gallagher on the tongue is now available at MyRevivetv.com, called “Taste Your Words.” The New Year for Months (Aviv/Nisan) is just days away, and its sense is speech. There is no better time of the year to examine one’s words than right now, at the beginning of the festival cycle. You can subscribe to MyReviveTv.com for free to hear this new five part series.
Did you know that the average person speaks around 16,000 words a day? That’s about 6 million words a year! Proverbs 18:21 says, “Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it, will eat its fruit.” Our words matter greatly; and, in today’s world, we have the capacity to send them across the globe in a heartbeat. Are we paying attention to those flying words? According to James, no one can tame the tongue; and yet, that’s exactly what he and other passages of the Bible challenges one to do. In this series, issues of the tongue will be examined in light of Scripture, along with tools and resources to help one master their unruly member.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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