Meet the original “disaster of Biblical proportions”–a flood so massive even Father Yah says it will not be repeated! But the account of Noah’s Flood is so much more than a good example of epic story telling. It is an even so traumatic even the pagans left 600 versions of essentially the same story behind but in the Torah the Flood has prophetic, Scripture math and calendar applications that are unprecedented anywhere else. Enter the mystery and see what floods back!
Welcome to the beginning all over again. First the Universe is made, then the first humans. Join us as more than sixteen centuries of time passes in early human history. And we also have some new changes and other surprises to announce as well. Enjoy!
Chag Sameyach! From early hints in Genesis linked to Jacob to some of the last parts of Revelation, so Feast has the range and depth of Sukkot. Enjoy this second of two in-depth feast teachings, this one covering more on the special Shabbat during the Feast and the last two special days of the Feast along with the last parsha of the year, Ve-Zot Ha-Barachah. For those looking for a taste of what heaven or the Millennial Kingdom is to be like, look no further than Sukkot. May you all rejoice before YHWH greatly during this Set-Apart time! Keep Reeding
Chag Sameyach! From early hints in Genesis linked to Jacob to some of the last parts of Revelation, so Feast has the range and depth of Sukkot. Enjoy this first of two ind-depth feast teachings, this one covering the first two days and a bit about the upcoming Shabbat in the midst of the Feast. Next week there will be the follow up on that actual special Shabbat and then covering all the rest of the intricate and numerous joyful aspects of this Feast. For those looking for a taste of what heaven or the Millennial Kingdom is to be like, look no further than Sukkot. May you all rejoice before YHWH greatly during this Set-Apart time! Keep Reeding
It’s the most Set-apart day of them all, the great fast of Yom Kippur. Find out all the fascinating foreshadowing and biblical future of this appointed time, from the Flood of Genesis all the way to our far prophetic future in the Messianic Age as we prepare for Messiah’s return, Yom Kippur is at the the heart of it all. Keep Reeding
The picture above, admittedly in a somewhat humorous vein, says it all with Moshe checking one of his “tablets” for another divine message but finding none. That is because were in literally in the waning moments of Moshe’s life. After he gives Israel this special song and concludes with a final blessing for the tribes (coming soon to a Sukkot Special near you), that is proverbially it. In fact, by the end of Ha’azinu Moshe literally gets his last marching orders from Father Yah. So what did this great leader choose to say as his amazing life comes to a close? Find out.
Welcome to the ending of what may be the most remarkable speech ever given to from one person to a nation, other than the words of Messiah of course. Moshe’s points this week really show Father Yah’s heart, and that heart is breaking. Also this is teh Shabbat between Yom Teruah and Yom Kippur wo there are very special Haftorah and Renewed Covenant readings to mark that occasion as well. Enjoy and see why a small portion of text has huge implications for all of us.
Chag Sameyach and welcome to Fall Feast season! We kick of this year’s special series of teachings with Yom Teruah, a.k.a. Rosh Hashanna. This is an amazing feast that has deep connections literally from Genesis to Revelation, including a few surprises along the way. Enjoy! Keep Reeding
The last hope for the future of Israel stands before Moshe and Abba YHWH today, as the great man literally uses some of his last breaths to make the eternal truths of Torah known so that they may all have life. But life, as Moshe also insists, is as much a choice as death is. Let’s hope everyone chooses wisely!
In this parsha Moshe discusses the challenging topics of rules of war and rules of marriage, literally at the same time and in the same commandment. This parsha in fact is so robust that even the way Moshe arranges his topics is meant to provoke his audience. Find out how this great leader addresses all matters of conflict, from international events that shake the region right down to the most intimate relationships a human being can have.
It’s one thing to be resigned to the fact that you are about to die mere moments after you finish a few speeches, but it is quite another to talk about and graphically describe all the mechanisms and infrastructure that are about to replace you. This is what Moshe does in great detail as he goes into how to set up a court system, root out corruption and a host of other legal matters. The system Moshe outlines is unlike anything the ancient or modern world has ever produced and yet if Israel must trade Moshe for that system, there seems every indication they were better off under him. However, hope will always remain so long as some in Israel realize their ultimate King is YHWH Himself. Keep Reeding