It’s that time of year again, this special interval between the end of the spring feasts but before the fall feasts when many folks begin making plans for next year. To help, here is the 2022 Eternal Torah Calendar, with detailed explanations and comparisons to the Rabbinic Calendar as well. May it truly be a blessing for all of you! Enjoy!
In a special exclusive just for One Faith One People Ministries friends and members, this is the only place to the get the full story of my ongoing quest to retrieve Aramaic Gospels written in 78 CE from the Vatican Library. This story is completely updated, including the most recent correspondence between myself and the staff at the Vatican Library. Enter the mystery and follow the clues in this nearly 2 hour exploration into real history and spiritual politics. This is the only place to get the full story of what I have told only in shorter versions before. This is not Hollywood and it’s not Dan Brown either. It’s a real life adventure in quest of what will be the most important discovery since the Dead Sea Scrolls…and it’s all true!
Compare this to the “public version” that comes in at 28 minutes!
Still in a hurry? Read this brief scholarly essay complete with maps and a bibliography.
Or, take a wider view and see how to separate history from legend in Syriac religious literature.
“The extraordinary richness of the Vatican manuscript collections – Latin, Greek and Oriental – make it one of the world’s outstanding libraries in terms of the quantity and the quality of the manuscripts preserved there, which range from papyrus codices of the Gospels and of other New Testament writings, transcribed only a few decades after they were composed, to late antique manuscripts of Vergil and Terence.” – Official statement from the Vatican Library, https://www.vaticanlibrary.va/en/the-collections/manuscript-department.html.
Welcome to 2021, a year that is poised to be a wonderful year of great stability with and interesting variations from the rabbinic calendar. Explore the timeless beauty of sophisticated Torah astronomy and flawless, never to go out of date Torah math. Enjoy!
Enjoy the 2020 Yom Teruah Special. From the heart of the Torah to the end of Revelation, Yom Teruah is a feast like no other. Our theme throughout: resetting cycles of time for new beginnings and setting up our prophetic future for Yeshua the Messiah’s return! Keep Reeding
Many fascinating things are happening with this new year. I pray 2020 is a time of great joy and revelation for all! Enjoy.
From our Passover Seder to yours, we wish you a joyous feast season! Chag Sameyach Pesach. Our private Seder with Father YAH and Elijah. Praying for all of you, that you are well and staying safe. The Aaronic Blessing video was done at the conclusion of the Seder. Blessings. Andrew and Jaye
Pesach Videos are just below! Enjoy!
Experience the miraculous deliverance of Israel and her companions from the greatest empire on the planet in a brand new and engaging way! This year’s Pesach Special is packed with the latest research and insights that bring a new level to this timeless story of Yahweh’s deliverance! Enjoy! Keep Reeding
Chag Sameyach! Explore the amazing biblical and historical roots of Purim as we go deep into the origins and surprising connections of this great deliverance story. Enjoy! Keep Reeding
Explore the fascinating prophetic roots of Hanukkah, literally from Genesis to Revelation! Enjoy!
From the deep foreshadowings of Genesis to the heart of Revelation and straight on to our apocalyptic future, see how Sukkot looms large over all things scriptural! With deep and penetrating bonus features on the entire history of this greatest of all feasts, explore the connections that show us exactly when Messiah was born and may very well point to when he is coming back. It’s the greatest feast special of them all, so don’t miss it!
Note: I meant to say on video #1 that Yeshua is born at the start of the 28th Jubilee [it’s Year 1] and neither its end nor the start of the 29th. I have updated the notes to make sure this is clear.
It the best known and least known part of feast season. A time of fasting so one can stay alive in the new year is also said to be the most joyous time of them all. A feast clearly inaugurated by Moshe has foreshadowing all the way back to the Flood and forwards to Yeshua, Paul and even Yochanan, among the last things that apostle writes on the island of Patmos. Suppressed by some but embraced as part of our prophetic future by the remnant, enter the mystery of the this great fast, where nothing is as it seems. Keep Reeding