Five Years With the Zohar

In this article Grant describes his reading of the entire 22 volumes of the Zohar over a five year period (just so that he could learn what all the talk was about). This article describes his experience and the conclusions he drew from it. Click here to read Five Years With the Zohar.

Click here for the Spanish translation: años con el Zohar.

Categories Articles | Tags: , , | Posted on April 6, 2012

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  1. by Jeffrey D Johnson

    On April 24, 2012


    Good article on your Five Years With the Zohar!

    Appreciate your love for Messiah.

    Until He comes, we are
    Together Under His Wings,


  2. by Maudie Salmon

    On December 26, 2012

    Mr. Luton,

    It is so good to know someone else is delving into the spiritual depths of the old masters. You have inspired me to write how I came to buy my first 23 volume set of the Zohar and you will be the first to have a copy. Thank you again for sharing your thoughts and studies with so many.

    The LORD bless you and keep you;
    the LORD make His face shine upon you and be gracious to you;
    the LORD turn His face toward you and give you peace.

    Maudie Salmon

  3. by Cindy

    On January 10, 2013

    Interesting article, I’m glad to learn of some of the highlights and to read some of the connections between the Zohar and the Word. Thanks for sharing this!


  4. by Roald

    On April 2, 2013

    Pinchas 52:

    –”These are the Mixed Multitude, and you will know them by their actions for they speak evil about all those who share and disseminate the wisdom and Light of this sacred book. Here, Lilit and her offspring are banished from this world. Their reign of terror is ended. The Light of Kabbalah is now free to flourish the world over bringing peace and harmony to civilization as quickly as the light of a bulb expels darkness from a room.Our world now mates with the Upper World, where the Light of Immortality shines upon us.”–

    I was interested in the Zohar through this nice article, but I am a bit hesitant after reading this. ”the light of Kaballah bringing peace and harmony”

    I don’t know, maybe someone can say something wise, but I don’t smell the sweet smell of Yahushua in this. It is Torah without the Holy Spirit I feel.


  5. by L. Grant Luton

    On April 26, 2013

    Roald, Thanks for the comment. I agree that this bit of writing leaves me scratching my head too. Where did you come across it and who wrote it?

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