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The Scriptures

Get yourself a copy of The Scriptures. I personally have a copy from the Institute for Scripture Research, but there are quite a few Messianic Hebrew scriptures available today. HalleluYah Scriptures is another one. And they have copies available for free/donation basis. The Scriptures come alive when The Names are restored. You’ll start to see connections and contexts you never picked up on before. Start by reading the first five books (Genesis – Deuteronomy) The good news or “The Gospel” doesn’t begin in the book of John. The first 5 books of what many call the Bible is actually The Turah or Torah, and it’s the foundation for everything else you will read in The Scriptures. Everyone who was alive in the “New Testament” era used the “Old Testament” to teach and share the gospel. So study and understand The Turah first. No matter what version of The Scriptures you read, just make sure you read it. Too many of us have a million and one different “translations”of the Bible that sit on our shelves collecting dust. Don’t allow yourself to accept a spoon fed religion. Pick up a copy of The Good Book and read it for yourself.

Her Royal Roots

Every time I get an email from a sister who is just coming into the knowledge of truth asking me for resources for their spiritual journey, I send them to Huldah Dauid at Why? Not only is Huldah an excellent author and speaker who has a huge library of straight forward, easy-to-follow Hebrew teaching videos on youtube, she is also quite simply one of the most beautiful people I know -inside and out. She is truly a sister to me, and I count it as a privilege to call her friend. I have purchased all of her books, and you can check them out here.  “Humbled by His presence” (my all time fave of hers) is a beautiful devotional book – especially for those who are new in the walk. I actually read and re-read parts of that devotional again and again, just because it helps me so much with my own spiritual journey. Her most recent book, “A Wise Woman Builds”, is a great resource for going deeper into Hebrew words and studying the meanings that we often just completely miss. Studying the Hebrew language is a powerful thing, and a lot of the other resources out there are simply not giving complete pictures on word definitions.

Huldah’s site also has a “Hebrews Near Me” section. Go connect with her there if you’d like to find more Hebrews near you!

The Name of Yahuah. Three Resources

Information regarding the name of Yahuah.

People often ask me, How come you feel so sure about the name of Yahuah? How do you know it’s not Yahweh, Jehovah, or one of the other names that people say? I’ll start by saying this. There is a lot of confusion out there. There is also a lot of tradition that can often get in the way of the truth. I always say -I’m not a teacher, but if I know that something is true, I’m happy to share why I believe it. So I’ll share some resources with you below on why I choose to believe our Heavenly Father’s name is Yahuah.This is a blog post I wrote that references 3 resources for you to learn more about the name of Yahuah. Click here to read the post and begin your study.

The ARK.

The ARK is short for the Awakening Remnant Koalition. They are an organization of like minded individuals devoted to teaching life skills and Hebrew Israelite culture. They believe that through music, art, media, and instruction we can take Torah to the world. They are here in this generation to wake up those that are in a slumber and to get “The Whole Word to The Whole World.”

The Teacher, Moreh Yoshiyahu is married to my friend Huldah Dauid from Her Royal Roots, I know them both, and they are just wonderful people. Together they host  feast day celebrations through The ARK. I’m planning to attend Sukkoth in the fall 2018 with them for sure! If you’re interested you can register on their site at  Moreh Yosh is also on youtube. When I’m not able to attend a fellowship in person, i’m often watching his lessons online. Feel free to enjoy them too!



The Path to Yahuah is a great resource for studying the scriptures. The Teacher, Lamadyahu, is patient, humble, knowledgeable, and kind.  You have to create an account to access most of the site info, but it’s free, and it’s worth it.  There’s a lot of great stuff on there. In the beginning of my journey I learned so much from reading the Hebrew 101 Study guides   Those really helped to give me guidance and foundation when i had questions about the scriptures.  There are also notes and guides that go along with the more recent videos he uploads on his youtube channel.


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