• husbands responsibility
    Husbands in return are to give unconditional love to their wives always looking at what is best for them as their protector as Yahshua is to the congregation.
  • Jehovah Jireh
    [Yahweh Yireh]. In Hebrew, “the Lord will provide.” Designation for God, but also refers to the place where Abraham offered to sacrifice his son, Isaac, before God provided a ram to be sacrificed in his place.
  • judicial order
    A very clear scripture showing in Yahweh's judicial order the wife's desire should be toward her husband as a helpmate and not toward her own independent private goals. Due to the rejection of Yahweh's judicial order today divorce is at an all time high.
  • Logos
    Greek word for “the written word.” Also part of the root word by which we derive the English word logic.
  • Marriage
    the legally or formally recognized union of two people as partners in a personal relationship (historically and in some jurisdictions specifically a union between a man and a woman).
  • Mezuzah
    A small plaque or parchment applied to the doorway of every Jewish home and containing words from the Shema. Fulfills a mitzvah from God in Deuteronomy 6:9.
  • Mikveh
    Water used for baptism in Judaism that brings a spiritual cleansing of the mind and spirit.
  • Mitzvah
    Hebrew for “commandment.” Refers to the commandments given to us by God. Not just the Ten Commandments, however, but all 613 mitzvabfe found in Scripture.
  • Modeh Ani
    Hebrew for “I acknowledge” or “I give thanks.” A Jewish prayer said daily upon waking while still in bed.
  • Passover
    In Hebrew, Pesach, a yearly Jewish feast, or holy day, recalling Israel’s exodus from Egypt and deliverance from slavery. Literally refers to the plague God sent Pharaoh that killed all the firstborn male offspring of Egypt. The application of lamb’s blood on the doorposts of Israelite homes caused the curse to “pass over” all within the households.