Saturday, May 12, 2012

Egg Substitutes

    Egg Substitutions

    A popular egg substitute is Ener-G Ener-G Egg Replacer, which is make from potato starch, tapioca flour, 
    leavening agents (calcium lactate , calcium carbonate, and citric acid) and a gum derived from cottonseed.
    Its primarily intended to replace the leavening/binding characteristics of eggs in baking, but it can be used for
    nonbaked foods and quiches.

    Alternative replacements (quantity per egg substituted for):

    Baking Powder & Baking Soda:
    1 egg = 1-1/2 tablespoons baking powder + 1-1/2 tablespoons warm water + 1-1/2 tablespoons oil
    (use: leavening)
    1 egg = 1-1/2 tablespoons baking powder + 1 tablespoon warm water + 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar 
    (use: leavening)
    1 egg = 2 teaspoons baking soda + 2 tablespoons warm water (use: leavening)
    1 egg = 2 teaspoons baking soda + 2 tablespoons warm water + 1/2 teaspoon oil (use: leavening)
    1 egg = 1 teaspoon baking powder + 1 teaspoon vinegar (use: leavening)

    1 egg = 1 teaspoon soy flour + 1 tablespoon water (use: binding + moisture)
    1 egg = 3 tablespoons water + 3 tablespoons flour + 1-1/2 teaspoons vegetable shortening, + 1/2 teaspoon
    baking powder (use: leavening)

    1 egg = 1/4 cup applesauce or pureed fruit (use: binding and moisture)
    1 egg = 1/4 cup pumpkin puree or squash puree (use: binding and moisture)
    1 egg = 1/4 cup apricot or prune puree (use: binding and moisture)
    1 egg = 1/2 mashed banana (use: binding and moisture)
    1 egg = 1/2 mashed banana + 1/4 teaspoon baking powder (use: leavening)

    Nuts & Seeds:   
    1 egg = 3 tablespoons nut butter
    1 egg = 1 tablespoon ground flax seed + 3 tablespoons hot water (let stand 10 minutes)
    (use: binding and moisture)
    1 egg = 3 tablespoons ground flaxseed + 1/8 teaspoon baking powder + 3 tablespoons water
    (let stand 10 minutes; use: leavening)
    1 egg - 1 teaspoon psylium seed husk + 1/4 cup water (let stand 5 mintues; use: binding and moisture)

    1 egg = 1-1/2 tablespoons lecithin granules + 1-1/2 tablespoons water + 1 teaspoon baking powder
    (use: leavening)
    1 egg = 1/4 cup silken tofu (use: binding and moisture)

    1 egg = 2 tablespoons arrowroot + 1 tablespoon water (use: binding and moisture)
    1 egg = 2 tablespoons corn starch + 1 tablespoon water (use: binding and moisture)
    1 egg = 2 tablespoons potato starch + 1 tablespoon water (use: binding and moisture)
    1 egg = 1-1/2 teaspoon Ener-G Egg Replacer + 2 tablespoons warm water (whisk to froth; use: leavening)
    1 egg = 1-1/2 teaspoon tapioca/corn starch + 1-1/2 teaspoon potato starch + 1/8 teaspoon baking powder
    + pinch xanthan gum + 3-1/2 tablespoons water + 1 teaspoon oil (whisk to froth; use: leavening)

    1 egg = 1 teaspoon yeast dissolved in 1/4 cup warm water (use: leavening)
    1 egg = 3 tablespoons vegetable oil + 1 tablespoon water (use: moisture and binding)
    1 egg = 3 tablespoons vegan mayonnaise (use: moisture and binding)
    1 egg = 3 tablespoons mashed beans (use: moisture and binding)
    1 egg = 3 tablespoons mashed potatoes (use: moisture and binding)

    Egg White Substitutions

    1 egg white = 1/4 teaspoon xanthan gum + 1/4 cup water (let stand 5 minutes, then whip; use: leavening)

    Egg Yolk Substitutions

    1 egg = 1-1/2 tablespoons lecithin granules + 2 teaspoons water (use: moisture and binding)

Here is the link to the site I found this at:
Egg Substitutes

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Bentonite Clay Toothpaste

I came across a wonderful new toothpaste
recipe today, I didn't save the link
to it though, so I'm not able to give
credit to whom it deserves... sorry!

Here the recipe:
1 tablespoon of Bentonite Clay
1 teaspoon so horsetail grass powder
3+ drops of pepermint
enough water to make a wet paste

We had all the ingredients so we threw
it together and tried it out...

It was sweet, fresh and looked
just like mud... yuck!
But our teeth feel clean, smooth,
and fresh!  
We all agreed this toothpaste 
surpassed our baking soda recipe!
Hope you try it, you'll truely
 be surprised by the
results, we were!

Monday, April 23, 2012

Sugar-free Pineapple Upside Down Cake

"Honey, would you make me something sweet?"  Was my husbands request...  I had a whole pineapple on the counter, so why not make a pineapple upside down cake?  I wanted to make it sugar-free so I googled it.  And this is the delicious recipe I found. I added molasses to give it a brown sugar flavor...

WOW!  was how my oldest daughter described it.  Joseph thought it was great!!  and my step-dad asked me to make one for him on Wednesday...

Here is the recipe *with my additions

For the topping:
sliced fresh pineapple
4 Tbsp butter (I used coconut oil)
 1/2 cup honey (I used 1 cup)
* 2 tsp of molasses
pecans (optional, I'll use these next time)

For the cake:
1 cup whole wheat flour
1 cup white whole wheat flour
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 cup of butter or coconut oil
1/2 cup honey
2 eggs
1 cup buttermilk (I used coconut milk)
1 1/2 tsp vanilla

Preheat oven to 375 degrees

Melt the 4 Tbsp butter (coconut oil) in a 10 inch iron skillet, once melted add in the honey and stir until combined.  Cook a couple of minutes until the mixture is nice and bubbly.
Place the pineapple slices in pan.
Continue to cook another couple of minutes, turn the slices over, and turn off heat.  I cooked them until the honey/oil mixture was bubble and some what thickened.  If adding the pecans put them in the pan after turning off the heat.

Copmbine flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt in medium mixing bowl and set aside.  Next, cream together the 1/2 cup of butter/oil, and the 1/2 cup of honey until light and fluffy.  Add the eggs in  one at a time and then stir in vanilla.  Alternating between flour mixture and buttermilk/coconut milk, add them into creamed mixture, stirring just until combined.

Pour over the pineapple slices.
Bake for about 35  minutes or until toothpick comes out clean.
Cool in pan for 5 minutes.  Then run a knife around the edge to loosen the cake from the sides and place a flat plat on top of the skillet, hold onto both
skillet and the plate and flip the cake onto the plate.

ENJOY! we did ;-)


Saturday, April 7, 2012

Good Bye Mom, I Love You!

My Sweet Mama passed on April 1st @ 10 pm 
As sorrowful as it is, I am grateful to see
the hand of Yahweh in the situation.  There is so 
much I want to share about His faithfulness, but I 
have no time now.  This is a busy time so 
it will have to wait until after the funeral.
Until then, please sisters and friends keep 
my family especially Eugene (her husband for over
thirty years) in your prayers.  Thanks

Saturday, March 10, 2012


We will be learning this dance for this year Pesach Celebration, we think it is beautiful and will be changing a couple hand motions.  Enjoy!

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Sugar-free Hamentashen Cookies

Thanks to my dear friend Andi at Declared unto Him
for her suggestion of replacing sugar for honey in
my dessert recipes... and I am oh so
glad I have... yummy!

Here is a sugar free recipe for Hamentatshen Cookies
My girls and Husband gave the thumb up on them.

1 1/2 cup butter
3/4 cup honey
2 eggs
6 tbsp orange juice
1 tbsp vanill extract
2 tsp baking powder
4 1/2 cups all purpose flour
your own filling
 (we used sugar free apricot jam) 

1)  In a large bowl, mix together the honey and butter.  Beat in eggs one at a time, then stir in the orange juice and vanilla.  Mix in the baking powder, then gradually stir in the flour until the dough forms a ball.  Cover and refrigerate at least 2 hours.  Over night is better.
2)  Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C).  Grease cookie sheets
3)  On a lightly floured surface, roll the dough out to 1/8 in ch thickness.  Cut into 3 inch circles, I use a mason jar lid.  Place circles on the prepared cookie sheets.  Spoon 1 teaspoon of filling onto the center of each circ..  Pinch the sides of each circle to form a triangle, covering as much of the filling as possible.  The cookies may be frozen on the cookie sheets if desired to help retain their shape while cooking
4)  Bake for 8-10 minutes in the preheated oven, until light golden brown.  These are best undercooked slightly.  cool on the baking sheet for a few minutes before removing to wire racks to cool completely.

Enjoy!  We did!

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Needle work

There is a couple I know of
that is soon to be betroth...

I would like to bless them with
a hand crafted gift, so my first idea
was Shabbat Napkins... lovey, but
it would be too time consuming.
Then I thought of a "Welcome"
wall hanging... yeah... then
instead of 'Welcome' what 
about "Shalom" 
That was it!  I found what I 
wanted to embroider or cross stitch
Then I ran across this lovely 
I thought at first 
cross stitch but just transfering
it onto a cross stitch grid was
a slow process.  So I decided this
was to be an embroidery piece.

Now I've had experience in embroidery but
I'm still quit green at the craft.  I thought
I would just outline the design in
a stem stitch (outline stitch)  but
it was so beautiful it needed to be
filled in with color.  Googled  embroidery 
stitches found a youtube video and learned
how to do a satin stitch (fill-in stitch)

this is a lot of stitches... time consuming
but just one project instead of 4-6 (napkins)
My girls are already asking me to make
them one... I might use scriptures
in the next ones... I love, love, love
this design.  I just might make me
some Shabbat Napkins ;-)

Friday, March 2, 2012

Sugar Free Bread Pudding

This dessert is yummy!   And it takes about 5 min
to put together then toss it in the slow cooker. Freeing
up my hands to work on other tasks, great for prep-day.

8 cups of day-old bread (challah for us)
4 eggs
2 cups of milk
1/4 cup of honey
1/4 cup of melted butter
1/2 teaspoon of vanilla
1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
1 cup of raisins or dried cranberries

Place cubed bread in a 3 qt. slow cooker.  In a small bowl, whisk the eggs, milk, honey, butter, vanilla and nutmeg.  Stir in raisins/cranberries.  Pour over bread; stir gently.  Cover and cook on low for 3 hours or until knife inserted near the center comes out clean.  Yields 5-6 serving.

I did double the 'pudding' ingredients because we like 
extra pudding with our dessert.  I also added a small amount
of stevia, just to make sure it was sweet enough.  I also set my
slow cooker on high because our sc low is a 'keep warm' setting.

Josef loved, loved, loved it!  He is a 'bread pudding' man and 
this recipe got a great big thumbs up from him.


Friday, February 24, 2012

Sugar Free Berries Cobbler

Our Family has gone sugar-free since mid October.  At first it wasn't easy, but as we learned how sugar is toxic to our bodies it has become easier.  Yah gave me an idea on how to deal with temptation at the beginning of our life change, when the sweet called out to me I just reminded myself it was poison, no matter how it looked smell or how I remembered how it tasted, poison was poison... this helped not only me but my girls as well.  We have tried several sugar-free desserts some good others will never be tried again.  One we found that that has turned into a favorite because it's sweet and EASY. 

Sugar-Free Berries Cobbler

1 cup of self-rise flour
1 cup of butter (we use 1/2 cup butter and 1/2 cup of coconut oil)
1 cup of milk
1 cup of Splenda
bag of frozen mixed berries

Mix the first four ingredients together, dump into a casserole dish.  Sprinkle the berries with some stevia or splenda, mix and dump on top of the batter mix.  Bake at 375 degrees for 1 hour.  Serve warm or cold.

I'm not thrilled about using splenda but until I can figure out how to subsitute a cup of splenda with stevia we'll be using splenda (for this dessert only) with that said does any one have an idea how to do this?  Stevia would only have to take maybe 1-2 tsp (if that much) to sweeten this dish.  I'm concerned about the volume lost about a whole cup of volume lost. It would be a great help if anyone has idea's on this and would be willing to share them with me ;-) 

Shabbat Shalom

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Handmade Pay it Forward

For those of you who have followed me for the last few years, know that I enjoy making things from aprons to snoods.  I've been wanting to host a give-away, now I have the opportunity!  Andy over at Declared Unto Him is hosting a handmade give-away where the first five people to leave a comment would receive a handmade gift from her... in turn the five would also post & host a handmade give away.  I was blessed to be one of the first five to comment.

So, if you would like to be a blessing to someone else AND receive a handmade gift from me just leave a comment.

Where did this give away originate anyway?  I had to find out so I started back tracking. Andy hosted this give-way and was one of the five from tribalmama, tribalmama was one of the five from Lazy J Bar C Farm, Lazy J was one of the five from Giggles and Rasberries, Giggles was one of the five from Sky minded and Growing, and finally Sky was one of the five from Alice @ The Life of a Novice. Thanks Alice and Thanks Andy for the opportunity to be a blessing in others lives!

Remember the two rules:
1.  I promise to make something and send it (before the end of 2012) to the first five people who comment on this post.
2.  If you are one of the first five, you must promise to re-post the rules on your blog and send something to the first five people who comment on your post. The item must be hand made by you and the recipient must receive the gift before the end of 2012. The item may be as simple or as complicated as you would like. You just have to promise to follow through. Have Fun!

Monday, December 12, 2011

Tropical Salad

I know, in the winter?  I couldn't help it, ever since
I had a Hawaiian Chicken Salad at Cheddar's Restaurant
I had been wanting to make one.  So, I found a
Honey Lime Dressing recipe and got creative!

So, here is what I came up with:
Try to use Fresh organic when possible
Romain Lettuce
Pineapple chunks
Strips of grilled or roasted chicken breast
Tortilla Chips in strips

Pico De Gallo
1 med. tomato, diced
1 onion, finely chopped
1/2 fresh jalapeno pepper, seeded and chopped
2 sprigs fresh cilantro, finely chopped
1 green onion finely chopped
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/8 tsp salt
1/8 tsp pepper

Honey Lime Dressing
1 egg beaten
1/4 cup lime juice
1 tsp grated lime ring
1/2 cup honey
1/8 tsp salt
1/8 tsp ground mace (I used a pinch of nutmeg instead)
1 cup of sour cream

Combine egg, lime juice, grated lime rind, 
and honey in saucepan; cook over low heat
until thickened, stirring constantly.
Add salt and mace; cool.  fold in sour
cream; chill. 

To assemble:
first place lettuce on a plate, sprinkle
walnuts around the lettuce, add
Pico De Gallo, pineapples, dal-lop
dressing in several places
on the salad, and then place your chicken strips
across the salad with the tortilla chip
strips being the final touch
I did ;-)

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Cross Sttich Give-away

Hearts in Training is having a give-away!

Isn't this a beautiful cross stitch pattern!  
I just learned how to
cross stitch this year and would love to 
have this pattern!  If you too enjoy or would
like to learn to cross stitch hop on
and enter the give-away!

Yummy Plum Pistachio...


I've learned a new knitting stitch Fair Isle, using two or more different colored yarns to knit a lovely pattern.  It was fun to learn and a quick knit, I knit up a pair with a scarf in just under a week.  Now to begin knitting up a pair for each of my girls!
Hum... I might even knit up a pair for a winter give-away ;-)

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Surger Free Peanut Butter Cups

I came across this recipe for sugarless chocolate peanut butter cups
at At Home with Kare these have to be the best tasting
sugarfree candy I've yet had!!  My girls love them
AND they're good for them!!
Since cutting out sugar, something we loved to 
indulge in, we've had to find other 
sweets to enjoy.  We were buying Paul Newman's
Peanut Butter Cups at $2.98 a package which had
three little cups in it.  And the taste...
well let's say it tasted like sugar free!!
Now, I can make a tray of 24 for under $5.00, all organic,
sugar free, and DELICIOUS!!
I highly recommend if you have a sweet tooth for chocolate
and peanut butter to hop on over to Kare's
and try out her recipe, you'll be licking your fingers and thanking me
for sharing, oh and of course without
Kare sharing I'd still be eating Newman's horrible
peanut butter cups... much love and kiss
to Kare!!


Sunday, November 13, 2011

A New Perspective

Perspective per-spek-tiv
(cognitive), one's "point of view", the choice of a context for opinions, beliefs and experiences

In the last few weeks my perspective on 'the narrow way' has changed or actually has been brought to  a more true or accurate definition.  As I was pondering on changing my blog design and possibly the title, the question came to my mind, what does narrow mean?.  I had my idea of what it meant pertaining to my life, being set-apart, walking in the ways of our Creator, and allow the Ruach to take off and put on as needed in this Torah walk.  But I soon found out that we were actually LIVING the more accurate meaning...

in the Hebrew the word is בקש baw-kash (there is no short a vowel sound in Hebrew) means to search out, strive after, beg, beseech, or desire.
צר tsawr which  means to be afflicted, adversary, anguish, distress, enemy, foe, narrow, strait, tribulation, or trouble.  And in the Greek it means to crowd, narrow, afflict, throng, suffer tribulation, or trouble.
דרך deh-rek refers to a road, coarse of life, mode of action, a long way, custom, journey, manner, passage, through, or towards.

Wow, OK I was taken back to say the least, of coarse I knew this way was full of trials and tribulations but to actually realize what my quest in the walk was... tribulation, troubles, hardships... truly I had know idea of what it was I was seeking!  However, I can say that I have found it and yes all the descriptive words have captured what my last 11 years have been.  I remember praying that I would seek the narrow way, if I would have only remembered this scripture,

Mat 7:14  “Because the gate is narrow and the way is hard pressed which leads to life, and there are few who find it. Footnote: Or the way is afflicted.  (The Scriptures)

I surely would have not asked to desire the narrow way!  But, in His goodness Yah granted me my request and has taken us a hard-pressed way, a way that has caused me to grow-up, a way that taught me to release my way, my dreams and my stuff to Him.  And in doing so, you know what, I found out that He is more than able to keep me in every circumstance!  I also found out that all that 'stuff' I thought was mine, was actually His, His to give and to take as He sees fit.  Yahweh has been good to me, he brought me to a place where I thought for sure I was not His, lost, never to enter into His kingdom.  And at that moment when the enemy had whispered his most hopeless lie to me, my response was... "Where shall I go Yah?  You are Life, you are truth, and the world has nothing I desire... it's You I want... well, if I'm not yours, I'll just hang on to your robes until the very end and then you can do with me as you see fit because the world has nothing for me, it's You that I desire to live for and I will live for"  This happened just a few months ago and of coarse Yah showed me that I was His and that it was the enemy was lying to me.  But he also showed me in that, that He is the lover of my soul that if choices have to be made that Praise Yah I do believe, He would be my choice in life or death!

This Narrow way has been hard and very revealing!  But you know what... I find myself hungering for it all the more AND praying for it more earnestly because in this way of affliction, tribulation, troubles, and obstacles I have found LIFE, just as he promised!

\0/  HalleluYah  \0/

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Sunday, April 24, 2011

First Fruits ~ He is Risen

HalleluYah It's First Fruits! Lev 23:11 Yahshua was risen on Early First Fruits which lands on the morrow (first day of the week; sunday) after the first Shabbat (saturday) following Passover.
(found these pic here)

The Tomb is Empty!

We celebrate that Yahweh's Messiah Yahshua has risen and we are counting the next
50 days in celebration and anticipation for the latter first fruits. The day that the Holy Spirit
fell upon 120 believers in the upper room. Incidentally the Torah was given to Moshe on
Mt Sinai on the latter First, the Torah written on tablets of stone. After
Yahshua's resurrection, the Torah was written on tablets of our hearts.

This is one of the counting the omer charts we found. We are using the one at Torah Tots.
We are also following the daily scripture readings found here (click on omer chart)
At the end of the week we will give the girls a treat or little gift to signify one week
of seven.
We are still learning what the feast and festival of Yahweh are about, and their significance to his believers today.
Have a wonderful week of counting the omer!

Monday, April 18, 2011

Chag Sameach Pesach

May the Spirit of Passover bring
change to your life as you remember
the Lamb of Yah in your
Pesach Celebration
From our Family to Yours
Chag Sameach Pesach!!

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

L'Shannah Tovah!

Just a real quick note...
Happy New Year!! 
we were so blessed last year to see the new year's moon,
however this year we weren't able to.  We had a bad
T-storm yesterday and rain there after till night fall.
When we went out to look for the new moon it was
dark and over cast... so this morn I hopped on
over to  yrm's newmoon site to see if others
had perhaps witnessed the new moon, sure
enough about 17 people saw and reported it!
Again to all my friends and family
L'Shannah Tovah!!

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

To Be Drawn Away

Shalom dear readers!
I've not been posting much lately... I'm being drawn away... the lover of my soul beckons me to sit at his feet to learn of him, it is time for another break from the blogging world.  It is my time to refocus and to prioritized those things which need me most, Elohim and my family.   I will check my e-mail daily and once a week check out some of my favorite blogs, leaving a quick comment now and then but for the most part the pc/internet is off limits.  I will keep you my dear friends in my prayers as I have in the past and I would ask that you keep me and my family in your prayers.  May Yah richly bless you in His Truth!!

Shalom in Messiah,

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Well, how do you like it? 
My new blog look? 
Oh me?   
We love it!!   
Sweet Sonja @
Girlish Musings created it for me.  
I was wanting a new, clean, simple look and she has
captured it.

Here is a great big  
Thank You Sonja, love you girl :-)

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Yah's Word the Ultimate Authority

God’s Word the ultimate authority

Joh 17:12-21 While I was with them in the world, I kept them in thy name: those that thou gavest me I have kept, and none of them is lost, but the son of perdition; that the Scripture might be fulfilled. (13) And now come I to thee; and these things I speak in the world, that they might have my joy fulfilled in themselves. (14) I have given them thy word; and the world hath hated them, because they are not of the world, even as I am not of the world. (15) I pray not that thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that thou shouldest keep them from the evil. (16) They are not of the world, even as I am not of the world. (17) Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth. (18) As thou hast sent me into the world, even so have I also sent them into the world. (19) And for their sakes I sanctify myself, that they also might be sanctified through the truth. (20) Neither pray I for these alone, but for them also which shall believe on me through their word; (21) That they all may be one; as thou, Father, art in me, and I in thee, that they also may be one in us: that the world may believe that thou hast sent me.
Jesus is praying to the Father, and prays for His disciples to be sanctified through the Father’s truth. How did the disciples teach the Father’s truth and prove that Jesus was the true Messiah? Did they quote from Matthew, Mark, Luke and John? Can you imagine John saying, “Turn to chapter 1 verse 17 from my new book the Gospel of Jesus Christ according to Me.”? Of course that didn’t happen. The truth that Jesus was referring to was and is the Old Testament. If “Thy Word” is truth why would Jesus abolish it? If we do away with the truth we are accepting a lie. Does God or Jesus accept lies? Could they ever accept a lie? The answer is, of course, NO! the full article here...

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

218 verses on keeping Torah

I found this at beloved blog
This list was put together by a man named Christopher Walter Fredrickson

1.) Is.2 [The Torah will be taught in the Millennial Kingdom]

2.) Is.8:20 [Those who are against the Torah have no light in them]

3.) Is.42:4 [The coastlands will wait for YHWH's Torah]

4.) Is.42:21 [YHWH will exalt the Torah and make it honorable]

5.) Is.51:7 [The Torah mentioned to be on people's hearts before Jer.31:33]

6.) Jer.31:33 [The Torah will be on our hearts during the Millennial Kingdom]

7.) Micah 4:2 [Nations will come to learn the Torah in the Millennial Kingdom]

8.) Zech.14:16-19 [The Feast of Tabernacles will be kept in the Millennial Kingdom (Lev.23)]

9.) Lam 2:9 [Jeremiah lamented that the Torah is no more. Why lament if it will be done away with?]

10.) Psalm 119 [David exalted the Torah]

-The Gospels-

11.) Matt.4:4-10 [Yeshua used the Torah to rebuke the adversary (Deut 8:3; 6:16; 6:13)]

12.) Matt.5:17-19 [Those who teach against Torah will be least in the Kingdom of Heaven]

13.) Matt.7:12 [The Golden Rule (Midrash on Torah)]

14.) Matt.9:20 [Yeshua wore Tzitziot (Num.15:38)]

15.) Matt.11:13 [Yeshua used the Torah & the Prophets to prove John the Baptist valid]

16.) Matt.12:5 [Yeshua interpreted the Sabbath]

17.) Matt.14:36 [Yeshua wore Tzitziot (Num.15:38)]

18.) Matt.22:36-40 [Yeshua taught the greatest commandments from the Torah USING the Torah]

19.) Matt.23:23 [Yeshua emphasized the weightier matters of the Torah USING the Torah]

20.) Mark 3:4 [Yeshua interpreted the Sabbath]

21.) Mark 6:18 [John the Baptist used Torah to rebuke Herod (Lev.20:21)]

22.) Mark 6:56 [Yeshua wore Tzitziot (Num.15:38)]

23.) Mark 10:5-12 [Yeshua taught on divorce using the creation account]

24.) Luke 2:21 [Yeshua circumcised on the eighth day (Lev.12:2-3)]

25.) Luke 2:22-39 [Yeshua was presented before YHWH as the first born (Ex.34:19)]

26.) Luke 2:24 [An offering was made for Yeshua being the first born (Lev.12:6)]

27.) Luke 4:16 [Yeshua's custom was to attend Synagogue on the Sabbath day not Sunday]

28.) Luke 6:3-9 [Yeshua is Master of the Sabbath]

29.) Luke 10:26-28 [Yeshua encouraged Torah observance by elevating the weightier commandments]

30.) Luke 10:30-37 [Yeshua gave a parable of the good Samaritan/love your neighbor]

31.) Luke 14:5 [Yeshua preserved life on the Sabbath]

32.) Luke 16:16 [Yeshua used Torah and the Prophets to prove John the Baptist is valid]

33.) Luke 16:17 [It is easier for heaven & earth to pass away than for Torah to do so]

34.) Luke 24:44 [Suffering Servant Prophecy fulfilled]


35.) John 1:17 [Through the Torah, Messiah's Grace was manifested] *

36.) John 1:45 [Phillip used the Torah & the Prophets to convince Nathaniel about Yeshua being Messiah]

37.) John 5:8 [Yeshua healed a lame man on the Sabbath]

38.) John 7:19 [Yeshua used the Torah to defend Himself]

39.) John 7:22-23 [Yeshua interpreted the Sabbath]

40.) John 7:24 [Yeshua taught to judge righteously (Lev.19:15)]

41.) John 7:49 [Yeshua said those who do not know Torah are accursed]

42.) John 7:51 [Nicodemus used the Torah to prove Yeshua innocent]

43.) John 8:5-12 [Yeshua won the challenge concerning the woman in "adultery" (Lev.20:10)]

44.) Acts 2 [The disciples celebrated Shavuot (Pentecost)]

45.) Acts 6:13 [False witnesses accused the disciples of teaching against the Torah]

46.) Acts 13:14 [Paul went to Synagogue on Sabbath]

47.) Acts 13:15 [Paul attended Synagogue on Sabbath]

48.) Acts 13:39 [Paul taught the Torah and the Prophets in Synagogue]

49.) Acts 13:42 [Gentiles wanted to hear more about Torah and Messiah next Sabbath]

50.) Acts 13:44 [Almost the whole city came the next Sabbath and wanted to learn]

51.) Acts 13:46 [Paul and Barnabas decided to teach Torah/Prophets to the Gentiles (Is.49:6)]

52.) Acts 13:48 [Gentiles were filled with gladness because they get to learn about Yeshua & Torah]

53.) Acts 13:49 [Torah and the Prophets were spread throughout all the region of Antioch]

54.) Acts 15:21 [Moses was taught in all the cities in Synagogues on the Sabbath Day]

55.) Acts 15:28-29 [New gentile converts were to keep the kosher laws of Torah before learning the rest of it]

[Foods offered to idols/eating blood/eating things strangled/sexual immorality]

[(Ex.20:3/Lev.7:26;17:12; 22:8/Deut.14:21)]

56.) Acts 16:13 [Prayer was customarily made on the Sabbath Day]

57.) Acts 17:2-4 [Paul taught Yeshua and Torah for THREE Sabbaths not three Sundays!]

58.) Acts 18:4 [Paul persuaded Jews and Greeks about Yeshua EVERY Sabbath!]

59.) Acts 18:13 [False witness accused Paul of teaching against Torah]

60.) Acts 18:18 [Paul takes a Nazirite vow and shaves his head (Num.6)]

61.) Acts 20:6 [Paul sails to Philippi AFTER Unleavened Bread. Why mention this if it’s done away with?]

62.) Acts 20:7-12 [Paul kept the Sabbath and taught for Havdallah until midnight]

63.) Acts 20:16 [Paul wanted to arrive in time at Jerusalem to keep Shavuot (Ex.34:22/Lev.23:15-22)]

64.) Acts 21:20 [New converts were ZEALOUS for the Torah!]

65.) Acts 21:24 [Paul showed that he keeps the Torah]

66.) Acts 21:28 [More false accusations saying that Paul taught against the Torah]

67.) Acts 22:12 [Paul used the Torah to say Ananias was a devout man]

68.) Acts 23:3 [Paul used the Torah to defend his position]

69.) Acts 23:4 [Paul quoted the Torah (Ex.22:28)]

70.) Acts 24:14 [Paul believed all things in the Torah and the Prophets]

71.) Acts 28:23 [Paul taught people the Torah and the Prophets]

-Pauline Epistles-

72.) Rom.2:13 [Those who do the Torah and not just hear it are considered justified]

73.) Rom.3:31 [Faith does not make void Torah]

74.) Rom.6:15 [Grace is not permission to sin]

75.) Rom.7:2 [Paul taught the laws of marriage & divorce (Deut.24)]

76.) Rom.7:7 [The Torah is not sin]

77.) Rom.7:12 [The Torah is holy, just, and good]

78.) Rom.7:26 [The Torah is good]

79.) Rom.7:22 [Paul delighted in the Torah of YHWH]

80.) Rom.13:18 [Love fulfills the Torah]

81.) Rom.13:10 [Love fulfills the Torah]

*1 Corinthians:
82.) 1Cor.1:18 [Paul quoted Isaiah 29:14 for his doctrine]

83.) 1Cor.1:31 [Paul quoted Jeremiah 9:24]

84.) 1Cor.2:9 [Paul quoted Isaiah 64:4]

85.) 1Cor.2:16 [Paul quoted Isaiah 40:13]

86.) 1Cor.3:19 [Paul quoted Job 5:13]

87.) 1Cor.3:20 [Paul quoted Psalm 94:11]

88.) 1Cor.5:1 [Paul used Torah to rebuke sin (Lev.20:11)

89.) 1Cor.5:6-8 [Paul encouraged believers to keep Passover (Lev.23)]

90.) 1Cor.5:9-11 [Paul taught to not be yoked with the sexually immoral (Lev.20)]

91.) 1Cor.5:12-13 [Paul quoted Deut.17:7; 19:19; 22:21; 24:7]

92.) 1Cor.6:9-10 [Paul listed immoral actions defined by Torah (Lev.20)]

93.) 1Cor.6:16 [Paul quotes Gen.2:24]

94.) 1Cor.7:10-11 [Paul taught on marriage and divorce (Deut.24)]

95.) 1Cor.7:19 [Paul taught that keeping the Torah is more important than IMMEDIATE circumcision]*

96.) 1Cor.7:39 [Paul taught the laws of marriage and re-marriage]

97.) 1Cor.9:9-12 [Paul did a midrash on Deut.25:4]

98.) 1Cor.9:21 [Paul kept YHWH's Torah when ministering to those who didn't have the Torah]

99.) 1Cor.10:1-22 [Paul did a midrash on Ex.32:6]

100.) 1Cor.10:26 [Paul quoted Psalm 24:1]

101.) 1Cor.14:21 [Paul quoted Isaiah 28:11-12]

102.) 1Cor.15:27 [Paul quoted Psalm 8:6]

103.) 1Cor.15:32 [Paul quoted Isaiah 22:13]

104.) 1Cor.15:45 [Paul quoted Gen.2:7]

105.) 1Cor.15:54 [Paul quoted Isaiah 25:8]

106.) 1Cor.15:55 [Paul quoted Hosea 13:14]

*2 Corinthians:
107.) 2Cor.3:12-17 [Paul did a midrash on the veil of Moses (Ex.34:33-35)]

108.) 2Cor.4:13 [Paul quoted Psalm 116:10]

109.) 2Cor.6:2 [Paul quoted Isaiah 49:8]

110.) 2Cor.6:16 [Paul quoted Lev.26:12/Jeremiah 32:38/Ezekiel 37:27]

111.) 2Cor.6:17 [Paul quoted Isaiah 52:11/Ezekiel 20:34; 41]

112.) 2Cor.6:18 [Paul quoted 2 Samuel 7:14]

113.) 2Cor.8:15 [Paul quoted Ex.16:18]

114.) 2Cor.9:9 [Paul quoted Psalm 112:9]

115.) 2Cor.10:17 [Paul quoted Jeremiah 9:24]

116.) 2Cor.13:1 [Paul quotes Deut.19:15]

117.) Gal.3:6 [Paul quoted Gen.15:6]

118.) Gal.3:8 [Paul quoted Gen.12:3; 18:18; 22:18; 26:4; 28:14]

119.) Gal.3:10 [Paul quoted Deut.27:26]

120.) Gal.3:11 [Paul quoted Habakkuk 2:4]

121.) Gal 3:12 [Paul quoted Lev.18:5]

122.) Gal.3:13 [Paul quoted Deut 11:26-28; 27:15-26]

123.) Gal.3:16 [Paul quoted Gen.12:7; 13:15; 24:7]

124.) Gal.4:27 [Paul quoted Isaiah 54:1]

125.) Gal.4:30 [Paul quoted Gen.21:10]

126.) Gal.5:14 [Paul quoted Lev.19:18]

127.) Eph.4:8 [Paul quoted Psalm 68:18]

128.) Eph.4:25 [Paul quoted Zechariah 8:16]

129.) Eph.4:26 [Paul quoted Psalm 4:4]

130.) Eph.5:31 [Paul quoted Gen.2:24]

131.) Eph.6:2 [Paul quoted Deut.5:16]


132.) Philipp.2:17 [Paul related himself to a drink offering (Lev.23:13)]

*1 Thessalonians:
133.) 1Thess.4:2 [Paul taught to walk in the Commandments of YHWH]

134.) 1Thess.4:3 [Paul taught to avoid sexual immorality (Lev.20)]

135.) 1Thess.5:1-11 [Paul taught that those who don't know the Feast Days are in darkness/blind]

*2 Thessalonians:

136.) 2Thess.1:8 [Paul quoted Isaiah 24:23]

*1 Timothy:
137.) 1Tim.1:8 [Paul taught that the Torah is good if one uses it right]

138.) 1Tim.5:18 [Paul quoted Deut.25:4]

139.) 1Tim.5:19 [Paul taught the concept of two witnesses (Deut.19:15)]

*2 Timothy:
140.) 2Tim.3:15 [Paul said Timothy had known the "Holy Scriptures" (Torah/Prophets) since his youth]

141.) 2Tim.3:16 [Paul referred to the Torah/Prophets when he said "Scripture, Doctrine, Instruction"]

142.) 2Tim.4:6 [Paul related himself as a drink offering (Lev.23:13)]

143.) Titus 2:9 [Paul taught obedience to the Torah concerning bondservants & masters (Deut.15:12-18)]

144.) Titus 2:14 [Paul taught that Yeshua died so we will have zeal for good works (Torah)]

-Other Epistles-

145.) Heb.1:5 [quoted Ps.2:7/2Sam.7:14]

146.) Heb.1:6 [quoted Deut.32:43/Psalm 97:7]

147.) Heb.1:7 [quoted Ps.104:4]

148.) Heb.1:9 [quoted Ps.45:6-7]

149.) Heb.1:12 [quoted Ps.102:25-27]

150.) Heb.1:13 [quoted Ps.110:1]

151.) Heb.2:8 [quoted Ps.8:4-6]

152.) Heb.2:12 [quoted Ps.22:22]

153.) Heb.2:13 [quoted 2Sam.22:3/Isaiah 8:17-18]

154.) Heb.3:11 [quoted Ps. 5:7-11]

155.) Heb.3:15 [quoted Ps.95:7-8]

156.) Heb.4:3 [quoted Ps.95:11]

157.) Heb.4:4 [quoted Gen.2:2]

158.) Heb.4:5 [quoted Ps.95:11]

159.) Heb.4:7 [quoted Ps.95:7-8]

160.) Heb.5:5 [quoted Ps.2:7]

161.) Heb.5:6 [quoted Ps.110:4]

162.) Heb.6:14 [quoted Gen.22:17]

163.) Heb.7:17 [quoted Ps.110:4]

164.) Heb.7:21 [quoted Ps.110:4]

165.) Heb.8:5 [quoted Ex.25:40]

166.) Heb.8:12 [quoted Jer.31:31-34]

167.) Heb.9:20 [quoted Ex. 24:8]

168.) Heb.10:7 [quoted Ps.40:6-8]

169.) Heb.10:16 [quoted Jer.31:33]

170.) Heb.10:17 [quoted Jer.31:34]

171.) Heb.10:30 [quoted Deut.32:35-36]

172.) Heb.10:37 [quoted Hab.2:3-4]

173.) Heb.11:5 [quoted Gen.5:24]

174.) Heb.11:18 [quoted Gen.21:2]

175.) Heb.12:6 [quoted Prov.3:11-12]

176.) Heb.12:20 [quoted Ex.19:12-13]

177.) Heb.12:21 [quoted Deut.9:19]

178.) Heb.12:26 [quoted Hag.2:6]

179.) Heb.13:5 [quoted Deut.31:6-8/Josh.1:5]

180.) Heb.13:6 [quoted Ps.118:6]

181.) Jam.1:22-24 [James taught to be a doer of the Word]

182.) Jam.1:25 [The Torah is liberating]

183.) Jam.2:8 [James quoted Lev.19:18]

184.) Jam.2:11 [James quoted Ex.20:13-14/Deut.5:17-18]

185.) Jam.2:23 [James quoted Gen.15:6]

186.) Jam.3:2-12 [James did a midrash on the evil tongue (Lev.14)]

187.) Jam.4:6 [James quoted Prov.3:34]

188.) Jam.4:12 [James said YHWH is our Lawgiver. Why need a Lawgiver if the Law is done away with?]

*1 Peter:
189.) 1Pet.1:16 [Peter quoted Lev.11:44-45; 19:2; 20:7]

190.) 1Pet.1:25 [Peter quoted Isaiah.40:6-8]

191.) 1Pet.2:6 [Peter quoted Isaiah 28:16]

192.) 1Pet.2:7 [Peter quoted Ps.118:22]

193.) 1Pet.2:8 [Peter quoted Isaiah 8:14]

194.) 1Pet.2:22 [Peter quoted Isaiah 53:9]

195.) 1Pet.3:12 [Peter quoted Ps.34:12-16

196.) 1Pet.3:14 [Peter quoted Isaiah 8:12]

197.) 1Pet.4:8 [Peter quoted Prov.10:12]

198.) 1Pet.4:11 [Peter taught to speak as the Oracles of YHWH (Heb.5:12; Acts 7:38; Rom.3:2)]

199.) 1Pet.4:18 [Peter quoted Prov.11:31]

200.) 1Pet.5:5 [Peter quoted Prov.3:34]

*2 Peter:
201.) 2Pet.2:22 [Peter quoted Prov.26:11]

*1 John:
202.) 1Jo.2:3-5 [We are YHWH's children if we keep His commandments]

203.) 1Jo.2:6 [We are to walk as Yeshua Messiah walked (Torah)]

204.) 1Jo.3:4 [Sin is violating the Torah]

205.) 1Jo.3:22 [We are to do YHWH's commandments and do things that are pleasing to Him]

206.) 1Jo.3:23 [To believe in Yeshua as Messiah is a Torah based faith]

207.) 1Jo.3:24 [Those who keep YHWH's commandments abide in Him, and He in them]

208.) 1Jo.5:2 [We are YHWH's children if we keep His commandments]

209.) 1Jo.53 [It is the love of YHWH to keep His commandments and they aren't a burden]

*2 John:
210.) 2Jo.1:6 [It is love to walk in His commandments]

211.) 2Jo.1:9 [Violators of Torah do not abide in the teaching of Yeshua which is to follow Torah]

[Those who abide in the teaching of Messiah has both YHWH and Yeshua]

212.) 2Jo.1:10 [John said to have nothing to do with those who teach against the teaching of Messiah]


213.) Jude 1:12 ["love feasts" were the Feast Days (Lev.23)]

214.) Rev.1:6 [The Torah comes forth from Yeshua's mouth]

215.) Rev.12:17 [The adversary is enraged mainly with those who keep Torah & believe in Yeshua]

216.) Rev.14:12 [Those who endure are they that keep the Torah and believe in Yeshua]

217.) Rev.19:15 [Yeshua judges and strikes the nations with the Torah (Word of YHWH/His Sword)]

218.) Rev.22:14