Author Archive | Ro Pinto

Man’s Tradition Changing the Sign of Messiah

Did you ever need God to nudge you to do something? If you’re anything like me, it’s a daily occurrence. This morning I was preparing for our Torah study. The portion we are studying involves the two men Joshua sent to spy out the land and Rahab’s story. Rahab tied a scarlet cord in her […]

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Conversation With God

Today there was something different about this passage: Now the Pharisees and Sadducees came up, and testing Yeshua, they asked Him to show them a sign from heaven. But He replied to them, “When evening comes, you say, ‘Fair weather coming, for the sky is red,’ and in the morning, ‘Stormy weather today, for the sky is red […]

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The Grace Gospel Is Not Good News

Today’s understanding of the Gospel message is that we are sinners, incapable of doing anything right or good. While much of this may be true before becoming a disciple of the Master, the grace Gospel has morphed into a license to sin. It has become the excuse that allows us to continue doing wrong when […]

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What is the Name of His Son?

Who has gone up into heaven, and come down? Who has gathered the wind in the palm of His hand? Who has wrapped the water in a cloak? Who has established all the ends of the earth? What is his name and what is the name of His son – if you know? – Proverbs […]

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God’s Compassion – A Hard Pill to Swallow?

Something interesting struck me as I was reading Matthew chapter 14. The first twelve verses talk about John’s beheading. Then we move through several verses with Yeshua feeding the crowd. We land near the end of the chapter with Peter walking on the water.  My rabbi, Matthew Salathe, talks about bookends – times in God’s […]

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Miracles of Passover

Today I want to talk to you about the miracles at Passover. Oh, not the ten plagues or the parting of the Red Sea, but the miracles that surrounded us in Tamarac, Florida. (To be honest, just scratching out the time to share with you lately is a miracle in and of itself!) Each year, […]

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It Smells Like Heaven!

It’s funny how a simple declaration can lift your spirit and brighten your day. “It smells like Heaven!” On Shabbat morning I was hard at work, still trying to close out my week. “What” you say, “You’re working on the Sabbath?!” Unfortunately, yes. My new boss is trying to prove himself. Anything less than perfection […]

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Yearning for God’s Promised Rest

I’m a member of Jerry Jenkins Writer’s Guild. I’ve been a part of it for over a year and not done much of anything with it. Jerry, best known for his Left Behind series, has written over 150 books. This seasoned author makes himself available for Q&A sessions and has a lot of online classes available […]

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Passover – the Call to Freedom

About a month ago I read Dr. Schiffman’s blog, “What Does It Mean to Join Oneself to Israel?” In it, he points out that Messianic Gentiles are all doing their own thing, not really joining themselves to Israel as Ruth did. I posed the question, “How does a believer in Yeshua join oneself to Israel without giving […]

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What I Learned from ‘My Way’

President Trump danced to this song at his inauguration ball, not once but twice. I saw a lot of negativity from the Christian community on this choice, but can I be honest? This song is dear to my heart. When I was a young girl, I heard the song and bought the 45. I would play […]

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