LENDING A HELPING HAND © ImagineGolf | iStockPhotoThe Psalm 119 Foundation serves the body of Messiah primarily through the online services we are both blessed and pleased to produce. 

We pray the services we provide through these websites are a source of encouragement and blessing!

Open my eyes that I may behold wonderful things from your Torah! is the premier service the Psalm 119 Foundation provides.  This site offers Bible studies on each book of the bible, studies on various topics including G-d's appointed times [the moedim] and the weekly Torah portion, as well as commentary, numerous online references, and other study resources including timelines and other charts.

You don't have to travel the path alone!

Messianic believers quickly discover the need for real, live community and the fellowship it provides.  Fellowship Finder is a unique online resource designed to help individuals find that fellowship and connect with others in the Messianic community all over the world. has a map of over 500 congregations in North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Search for a fellowship and community near you.

Do justice.  Love kindness.  Walk humbly.

Many Christians don't understand G-d's Law or think it has no relevance to them.  We provide clear, Biblically-based responses to common Christian objections to the Law.

The Answering Christian Objections website was not created to win arguments; it was created to reestablish the historical context of Scripture passages that are misused to dismiss the Law. As such, we want to openly and honestly engage with everyone... especially those who might not agree with us.  That includes making the definitions and assumptions used in our approach clear to all.

The commandment is holy and righteous and good.

G-d's commandments were delivered to the people of Israel and the mixed multitude of non-Israelites that came out of the Egypt with them.  These commandments have provided structure and order for the lives of hundreds of millions of people since they were given by G-d at Mt Sinai over three thousand years ago.

For those who would seek to glorify G-d by following His instruction there is abundant life and blessing.

Setting the record straight.

The Sacred Name error has infected many Messianic and Christian groups.  The cure for error and bondage is always truth and freedom.  The Psalm 119 Foundation has partnered with Gary Mink to deliver a strong dose of truth with his insightful articles on the subject of the sacred name movement. setting the record straight... and setting those captive free.

Discover the greatest Rabbi in history! takes the life and teachings of the Messiah Yeshua out of the flawed box of western culture and places them back into the historical Jewish context of a first-century Jewish rabbi from Nazareth. 

For millennia Jews have listened to the teachings of their rabbis but there is only One who is The Rabbi. 


"Come," says the Rabbi. "Follow Me."

Freedom.  Hope.  Joy.

"And the blood on the houses where you are staying shall be a sign for you: when I see the blood I will pass over you, so that no plague will destroy you when I strike the land of Egypt." - Exodus 12:13 JPS


Passover marks two of the greatest events in Judeo-Christian history. What were the events of the first Passover that began all of it? Scripture tells us about the return of the Messiah but so many people believe that His return is shrouded in mystery.  Not so. "The Last Trump"?  "No man knows the day or the hour?" "The day of the Lord comes like a thief in the night?" examines the history and the ancient texts of Scripture to uncover the foundational elements of the Lord's special day.

You shall be holy, for I the LORD your G-d am Holy.

קְדֹשִֽׁים [qedoshim] is the Hebrew word for "holy ones" and the website provides a brief examination of holiness and the "holy ones".

What is holiness?  When the angels of Isaiah chapter 6 declare that G-d is "Holy, Holy, Holy", what are they telling us? shines the light of Scripture on the question in order to find the answer.

The divine appointments of the LORD with His beloved.

Scripture says that G-d has created the sun, the moon, and the stars as a pattern for marking time: days, weeks, months, and years. He has also declared some days to be special above others.  These special days are called the מוּאדם moedim.

What are these days?  Where are they described in Scripture?  What are they for?  Who are they for? website was created to search the Scriptures and find the answers to these questions.  If you are beloved of G-d then these times are for you!

And on His thigh is written, "King of Kings and Lord of Lords".

"And I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse, and He who sat on it is called Faithful and True, and in righteousness He judges and wages war." - Revelation 19:11


Scripture tells us about the return of the Messiah but so many people believe that His return is shrouded in mystery.  Not so. "The Last Trump"?  "No man knows the day or the hour?" "The day of the Lord comes like a thief in the night?" digs into Scripture to discover the truth surrounding the promise of our Lord's return!

The interactive 613 commandments

The 613 commandments found in the Hebrew Bible were fully itemized in Moshe ben Maimon's work called the Mishneh Torah [Repetition of the Torah]. These "commandments" (in Hebrew called "mitzvot") actually describe 613 ways humanity can connect with the holiness of G-d. How so? The Hebrew word mitzvot comes from the root word tzavta which means "connection".

In which of these ways do you connect with G-d?

Our faith is filled with relationships

More than any other topic, the Bible speaks about relationships. Chapter after chapter describes the relationships between husbands and wives, between fathers and children, between one nation and another, and the critical relationship between G-d and humanity.

More than 600 verses (and over 50 whole chapters!) of Scripture are dedicated to describing family relationships.

Learn more about them in this interactive family tree.

Ten fateful days surrounding Passover

The events that occurred during the ten days surrounding the Messiah's last Passover are recorded in the gospel accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.  While they might seem contradictory at first reading, a closer examination of these books reveals an intricate but discernible pattern that connects the Messiah of Israel to the appointed times of G-d: Passover, Unleavened Bread, and First Fruits.

Discover the mystery and wonder of G-d's plan to redeem us.