Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh (often contracted in English as “I AM”) is one of the Seven Names of God accorded special care by medieval Jewish tradition. The phrase is also found in other world religious literature, used to describe the Supreme Being, generally referring back to its use in Exodus. The word Ehyeh is considered by many rabbinical scholars to be a first-person derivation of the Tetragrammaton.
Christopher discusses the laws of kashrot (kosher) in relation to the separation of meat and cheese. Does this Torah Portion say that Avraham served his guests (the three angels) meat and cheese together? Or is there more to this? Also, Christopher shows in this Torah Portion why the Pharisees believed in resurrection and how Isaac was a shadow of the Messiah, Yeshua, in this instance and why the Sadducees couldn’t see it.
The Number 58-nun chet-spells the word Noach (Noah), whose name means “rest.” Noah, the tenth generation of mankind–“the tenth shall be holy for G-d” (Leviticus 27:32) –symbolizes the rest and peace that will bless the earth in the Messianic era. … of “all”–“for all is in it”) which had previously been concealed in it.
Christopher discusses how the Messiah is concealed in the name Noach, and the parallels to the concealed Messiah through the word Manechem
Christopher discusses why the Torah starts with the ב instead of the א. He also shows how the Rabbis and Sages reveal Yeshua as the Mashiach in Bereishis. Also, why the first mitzvos in all the Torah is marriage.
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