Most of you know (or will soon find out!) that I was raised in a Jewish home. For the first 20 plus years of my life, my main knowledge of God's Word was from what Christians call the Old Testament--but, more specifically, from the Torah: also known as the books of Moses, or the Pentateuch. The majority of Jews, at least in America, know very little of the OT besides those first five books of the Bible. They are the focus of almost all we learn about His Word.
It is for this reason that I have decided to devote my Thursday blogs at Exemplify to what I'm calling: "Ponderings From the Pentateuch: Lessons from the Books of Moses." There is so much richness in those books, and so many lessons to learn through and from them.
I don't find very many devotionals from Moses' books, and perhaps it's because I'm not looking in the right places. But as a converted Jew, I know that God speaks to his people through these books as well. So, I hope to bring some fresh insights on God to you from a part of God's word that you probably know, but may not have studied very carefully. I look forward to learning along with you.
Don't forget to stop by Exemplify Online today (and every day - trust me, I'm not the only blogger there!) and see what I have for you: this week from the book of Genesis.