Traditions, Prophets, and the Month of Elul Part #2

In Part One, I added the disclaimer/paragraph below at the blog’s beginning to help my readers think about traditions with more clarity.  “What is a tradition? Webster defines it as: an inherited, established, or customary pattern of thought, action, or behavior (such as a religious practice or a social custom) How many traditions do we read our Messiah keeping? Several, and I will name a … Continue reading Traditions, Prophets, and the Month of Elul Part #2

Prophets are Built

Photo by Quino Al on Unsplash If you were a God who wanted to wake people up, who would you send to do that job? John came as a voice. John was a High Priest and a prophet. Humble servants, teachers, and ministers of His Word are not just born equipped. They are thrown on His wheel. Then I (Jeremiah) went down to the potter’s … Continue reading Prophets are Built