The Shofar Blast | 11.30.2014

Shalom Achim (brothers and sisters in Hebrew)

Welcome to the The Shofar Blast. In this edition I talk about:

• The 9th Month
• Shnayim Mikra (Scriptures Twice—Reading the Scriptures twice)
• Shabbat Online starting 12/06/2014

Shabbat Onlinea
You can click on the image above to take you directly to the website
Scroll to the bottom of the page to find the link to take you to Shabbat Online


You can also view my lessons in addition to the The Shofar Blast at

יברכך יהוה וישׁמרך׃
יאר יהוה פניו אליך ויחנך׃
ישׂא יהוה פניו אליך וישׂם לך שׁלום׃

YHVH will kneel before you presenting gifts and will guard you with a hedge of protection,
YHVH will illuminate the wholeness of his being toward you bringing order and he will beautify you,
YHVH will lift up his wholeness of being and look upon you and he will set in place all you need to be whole and complete (Numbers 6:24-26)


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4 thoughts on “The Shofar Blast | 11.30.2014

  1. Shabbat shalom ach Dirk,

    Your program you set up is a great blessing. Your performance shows your commitment toward Elohim our heavenly Father and give excellent example for those to follow up. In my prayer, they may grow in the

    • They may grow in the Torah daily as well as they Experience the walk the Torah.

      I need u to be aware of the Aaron blessing that has been instructed to the Levi servant only. The temple servant carry that authority in accordance with Elohim s commandment. None of any rabbi perform it at the synagogue. I also have not seen one to do that but the future temple servants will do that Aaron blessing. That s what I understand what the Torah means of that.

      Have a great blessing shabbat, E

      • Shalom Ephraim,

        Thank you for your message to my website earlier today. May YHVH bless you for that.

        I know you have your understanding about how the Aharonic Blessing should be done and only be spoken by the Cohen from the line of Aharon.

        However the verse does not say that.

        Numbers 6:23
        (23) “Speak to Aharon and his sons, saying, ‘This is how you bless the children of Yisra’el. Say to them:

        This does not say for future generations. Only to Aharon and his sons.

        Numbers 3:2
        (2) And these are the names of the sons of Aharon: Nadab, the first-born, and Abihu, Elazar, and Ithamar.

        We can read in the scriptures that Yahushua spoke the blessing.

        Leviticus 9:22
        (22) Aharon then lifted up his hand toward the people and blessed them, and came down from making the sin offering, and the burnt offering, and the peace offerings.

        Luke 24:50 (He is referring to Yahushua)
        (50) And He led them out as far as Beyth Anyah, and lifting up His hands He blessed them.

        According to the Talmud, the priests (cohen) would lift their hands over the people of Israel and say the Aharonic Blessing.

        According to you–the Aharonic blessing must be spoken by the male descendents of Aharon. (this is explained in Wikipedia which explains Judaism customs)
        Only Kohanim (i.e., adult – age 13 or older – males in direct patrilineal descent from Aaron) can perform the Priestly Benediction. And the blessing should be performed only in the presence of a minyan (quorum of ten adult males in orthodox Judaism, ten adults in non-orthodox branches of Judaism) – even if the Kohanim themselves must be included for a total of ten.[3]

        I believe that Yahushua spoke the Aharonic Blessing and he is not a direct male descendant of Aharon.

        When I pray to YHVH He keeps pushing me into saying the blessing often. I tried to stop myself from doing it because I wanted to study on it more first and YHVH was clear to me that the Israelites need His name to be put on them so that they can be blessed by Him.

        Numbers 6:27
        (27) “Thus they shall put My Name on the children of Yisra’el, and I Myself shall bless them.”

        I hope you understand my view from my study of the scriptures.

        May YHVH bless you and be gracious to you.



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