בס״ד “For the children of Israel shall remain many days without king or prince, without sacrifice or pillar, without ephod or teraphim. Afterward the children of Israel shall return and seek the L-RD their G-D, and David their king; they shall come in awe to the L-RD and to HIS goodness in the latter days.” -Hosea 3:4-5 In seeking after […]Read More Yeshua ≠ G-D
בס״ד The Serpent, the Golden Calf, and the Passover Lamb are all significant animal-symbols used and mentioned in the Bible, especially the Torah. What is the commonality between them all? They were all worshipped as idols by humans. The Serpent The talking Serpent in the Garden of Eden is the first animal among the three. […]Read More The Serpent, the Calf, & the Lamb
בס״ד “Truly, these times of ignorance G-D overlooked, but now commands all men everywhere to repent, because HE has appointed a day on which HE will judge the world in righteousness…” -Acts 17:30-31a “I think you understand, all of you, that there are really two Jesus figures. There’s the Jesus of Christianity and tragically in […]Read More Jesus Is the Antichrist
בס״ד Why is Jesus not for Jews? Well, it’s not for the reason that you might expect… What we are going to try to explain in this article is why biblically, according to Torah (the Law of Moses), Yeshua (Jesus) is not for Jews. In order to do that, we’ll have to look at the […]Read More Jesus Is Not for Jews
בס״ד “We celebrate Yeshua truly by becoming like him, doing the things that he did, and celebrating what he celebrated.” 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 […]Read More Why Chanukkah, Not Christmas?
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 […]Read More Enter the Gematrix
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 […]Read More What Is the Order of Melchizedek?
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 […]Read More BlogNaMeaning
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 […]Read More Rainbow, Flag, and Covenant