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Why Chanukkah, Not Christmas?

בס״ד An Appeal to Followers of Christ Thus says the L-RD: “Do not learn the way of the Gentiles;Do not be dismayed at the signs of heaven,For the Gentiles are dismayed at them.For the customs of the peoples are vanity;For one cuts a tree from the forest,The work of the hands of the workman, with the ax.They decorate it […]

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Enter the Gematrix

בס״ד Gematria is the numerical value of the Hebrew letters. Just like Roman numerals, there were no separate symbol-systems for numbers and letters in ancient Israel. The letters functioned as numbers with the first letter representing the number ‘one,’ the second letter representing ‘two,’ and so on. This means that every word in Hebrew represents […]

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What Is the Order of Melchizedek?

בס״ד What is the most quoted chapter of the Hebrew Bible in the New Testament? Psalm 110, where it’s written, “The L-RD says to my lord,    “Sit at my right handuntil I make your enemies your footstool…”  The L-RD has sworn and will not change his mind,    “You are a priest forever according to the order of Melchizedek.”” Psalm 110:1, 4 […]

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BlogNaMeaning

בס״ד You may wonder the meaning behind the blog’s name, “Ayin LeTziyon,” and its logo… BLOG NAME Ayin LeTziyon is Hebrew for, ‘an eye to Zion.’ It comes from the lyrics of Israel’s national anthem, “HaTikvah (The Hope)…” “As long as deep in the heart,The soul of a Jew yearns,And forward to the EastAn eye […]

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Rainbow, Flag, and Covenant

בס״ד It is very exciting for me to write this blog post. I believe it is a very timely post and it’s something that I’ve been studying for a while, only to finally arrive at a place in which I’m able to articulate what it is that I want to share. To begin, I must […]

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