Entries by Ronald Goldberg

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May Your Name be Inscribed in the Book of Life?

Rosh Hashanah begins at sunset on September 20. Judaism teaches that God opens the Book of Life when Rosh Hashanah begins and closes it when Yom Kippur ends (which is when the sun sets September 30). During these “Ten Days of Awe” Jewish people are trying to convince God to write and seal their name […]

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Rabbi Ron Goldberg is a Messianic follower of Yeshua and he teaches the importance of understanding the Hebrew roots and heritage throughout the world. He speaks regularly to all denominations and faiths about his life journey growing up as an orthodox Jew and how he came to trust Yeshua as the Messiah.

Bagel and Lox Judaism

A rare opportunity to share with Jewish people A majority of Jewish people are secular. One rabbi defines secular Judaism as a “Bagel and Lox Judaism.” Many Jewish people eat bagels and lox, except for those of us who don’t like fish; we eat bagels and cream cheese instead. And many Jewish people watch “Fiddler […]

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Rabbi Ron Goldberg is a Messianic follower of Yeshua and he teaches the importance of understanding the Hebrew roots and heritage throughout the world. He speaks regularly to all denominations and faiths about his life journey growing up as an orthodox Jew and how he came to trust Yeshua as the Messiah.
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God’s Word is a Treasure “part one”

God’s Word is a treasure (Part 1) Some people celebrated the Feast of Shavuot or Pentecost in early June. Christians generally call this feast Pentecost, while Jews call it Shavuot. The first thing which probably comes to mind for Christians who celebrate this Feast is that God gave His Ruach or Spirit to the disciples […]

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Rabbi Ron Goldberg is a Messianic follower of Yeshua and he teaches the importance of understanding the Hebrew roots and heritage throughout the world. He speaks regularly to all denominations and faiths about his life journey growing up as an orthodox Jew and how he came to trust Yeshua as the Messiah.