Shevi’ishel Pesach Ex. 13:17-15:26/2 Samuel 22:1-51/John 20 1-14


Sheep, Animals, Deco, Flock Of Sheep

Have you ever felt like the black sheep of your family or am I the only one? Growing up in a dysfunctional, chaotic, low nurturing family can leave one feeling like an outcast. Maybe, like me, you were the lost child. Or, the scapegoat!

Alcoholic, and or dysfunctional families produce survival roles that enable one to survive the turmoiled chaos in homes where there are abuse and neglect. The roles are hero child, lost child, scapegoat, and mascot. These roles can be interchanged throughout the span of a lifetime if one does not get proper treatment/help.

I have played all the roles. In this season of my life, I am learning the role of a tribe member along with being a daughter of the King!

Yahshua was the Passover Lamb, the Sacrificed One…He conquered the grave! He conquered the one that is setting himself up to be the scapegoat and the victim…remember, everything true, the enemy has a counterfeit…a lie!

Are you still living a lie? Are you still acting out your dysfunctional family role assigned to you? OR are you shedding the snakeskin lies of the enemy?

Halleluyah! He came to set the captives free!!! Just like He did with our ancestors when He delivered them from Eygpt, He is still delivering His people from the Babylonian system! Walk in freedom, my friends!

This week, due to traveling for Passover and Week of Unleavened Bread there will not be an audio message from me. May Yashua, the Passover Lamb, slain from the foundations of the world bless you and keep you, may He shine His face upon you and give you His shalom…


Tzav Give an Order Lev 6:1-8:36/Jer 7:21-8:3/Mark 12:28-34;Romans 12:1,2/1 Cor 10:14-23


LoveRomans 12:2 - Renewing of Your Mind - Bible Verses To GoYour Neighbor AS Yourself

What’s love got to do with it?

It’s all about love…

Let’s talk about love…

Many children grow up in homes that were not loving or kind, they were not taught that they were valuable and worthy of love. Some were even taught that they were worthless and would never amount to anything. Shame is their only companion.

Maybe you can relate. Hopefully not.

Maybe, like me, your mind needs renewing! It took many years for those snakeskin lies to be shed off me! I did not think I would ever be able to get over the shame, pain, and self-hatred I had deep in my heart for myself. The self-destructive behaviors were so ingrained that it took having demons cast out before I could come to the truth about who I was and how much He loves me and even wants me in His kingdom! Halleluyah!

He wants you to be there too!!!! He wants you to be free too!!! To love! To embrace who you are and how He made you! (You may want to tune into Healing for the Nations with A Modern Day Samaritan Woman to hear some powerful testimonies!)

This week’s Torah portion is more sacrifice to Yah. All sorts of various kinds of sacrifices. As I read the book of Leviticus I try to envision how bloody and smelly it must have been. Can you imagine every day, this is your duty as a priest? Or, if you sin, this is your duty, to produce something to offer up to Yah depending on the sin. Now, I am not an expert bible student here and this is not a bible study, but this is serious business!

And, so is sin…serious business, so much so that Yahshua came to die for us…for you, for me…

and that goes back to our view of ourselves…worthless, shameful, unloveable…

That can translate into being unloving toward not just ourselves by self-abuse, but on to others in verbal and emotional attacks. Passive-aggressive behaviors. Addictions, resentments, bitterness, etc.

We are preparing for Passover. This requires a throughout house cleaning, seeking out those crumbs of leaven in the cupboards, in the nooks and crannies of our sofas…but, what about the nooks and crannies of our hearts? Those sins that so easily beset us? Hmmm, am I that only one that struggles with fleshly outbursts of various sorts that would be displeasing to The Master?

So come with me as I share some recovery commentary from The Life Recovery Bible. This week we are focusing on the haftarah and b’rit hadashah.



Vayikra And He Called Lev 1:1-5:26/Is. 43:21-44:23/Romans 8:1-13/Hebrews 10:1-14, 13:10-16

It is a new month, a new year. For those of you, like me, who are taking baby steps forward, trying to figure out how to walk, going from a Gregorian calendar to a Hebraic calendar can be confusing and time-consuming trying to figure out what time it is! On top of all those confusing paradigm shifts, here in the United States just had the time changes!

So, with that said, we are going to use this season change and time change to shift gears so to speak, and begin looking at the steps of recovery using the 12 steps. I draw from the website Chabad because they get it! Somewhat! So don’t freak out! I have not turned my back on THE Messiah! I want to draw recovery principles from the Torah and assist you, the reader, on your journey to the heart of the Father!

So, come along as we go even deeper into the 12 steps of recovery and deeper into His Mosaic Law.

I sure hope you enjoy this commentary on this week’s Torah portion!

Vayak’hel He Assembed Exodus 35:1-38:20/1 Kings 7:40-50/2 Cor 9:1-15/Hebrews 9:1-14/Rev 11:1-13



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gift tests


Ki Tissa When You Take Exodus 30:11-34:35/1 Kings18/Luke 11/Acts 7/1 Cor 10/2 Cor 3



I hope you enjoy the interview I did with Nitza Mose of Remnant Remedy for Hebrew Nations Radio! I learned so much from our sister! Wow! Is she filled with Yah’s wisdom! I look forward to doing more shows with her! We are indeed, fearfully and wonderfully made!

Here is a link to Nitze Moshe’s website! She has a variety of wonderful products for one to regain their health and to protect one’s health also.



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