How can The Creator, who does NOT change (Malachi 3:6), be fine with the modern day teachings which are the same as those of the priests of Ezekiel’s day did? How can what once profaned the Unchanging One’s Name, now be something He is okay with?
We would like to point out something that recently stood out in Scripture to us, which the body of Messiah needs to hear.
Recall the life of Yosef (Joseph) and everything that happened which led up to the point of him revealing himself to his brothers, which resulted in their reconciliation and ultimately the reunification of the whole house of Jacob (Israel). Read More
Here is our teaching on the Torah portion Va’yashev regarding the beginning of the account of Yosef (Joseph). We explore how Yosef is a type and shadow of the Messiah, Yeshua.
Did you know that the stone Jacob places at his head and then sets up and anoints after he has his vision of the ladder speaks all about Yeshua (Jesus)? We explore this and other aspects of the relationship between Isaac, Esau and Jacob in our teaching from this past Shabbat.
A Beautiful Mess – Barrenness, Blessing, Birthright and The Stone (December 6, 2014)
One of the biggest points of resistance Christians give when being presented with the continued validity of the Torah and that Yeshua did not come to do away with it is a response that goes something like this. ‘I’ve been fine without all of this Torah or “Jewish” stuff. My Pastor says it’s not for us. Don’t you know that Jesus nailed that to the cross? The Torah was bondage and he took it out of the way. The church has done quite well for over 2000 years without the Torah.”
Do you ever feel like everything is a struggle? Like life is wearing you down? Do you feel as if you are suffering injustice? Are you going through a downright fearful time?
We’ve made our first recording and in it we discuss the Life of Sarah, the role of the servant in finding the bride, and the presentation of the bride to the Promised Son. We look into the Messianic allusions all through this portion of Scripture. Shalom!
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