Do you know what the word for "ministry" is in Hebrew? There isn't a word for it. One way to say it is simply "serve." No one "has a ministry". You just serve ...
The other way to say "minister/serve" in Hebrew is the same word for "priest" Kohen - When someone serves as a minister in the government, he is said to "kahen". Cohen is not Aaron's last name, but his position in ministering before the Lord. Anyone who ministers is a type of "cohen" but not necessarily part of the priestly family of Cohen ...
Hebrews 3:1 - "Look to the Apostle and High Priest of our profession of faith, Yeshua" ...
When we talk about priesthood, ministry or apostles, let's remember that we are all just servants of THE high priest and THE apostle: Yeshua the Messiah. He is the center, the leader, the anointed one and the lifted up one. There must be no pride, ego or human glory when we speak of serving the Lord ...
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Weekly Torah commentary: Noach
And I will establish My covenant with you and you shall enter the ark