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The Conduit to God

Today’s Shabbat message by Warren Tanner is titled “The Conduit to God”. Warren takes us trough passages which he recommends us to pray to God before we come to the scriptures to read and study. The word of God is the conduit which He uses to reveal Himself to us. Warren also takes us through scriptures showing us how God can and does open our understanding and sight to the spiritual unseen realm around us. Our God is great!

Psalm 139:23-24, Psalm 143:8, Jeremiah 10:23-24, Psalm 71:18, Psalm 119:17-20

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I Want To Be Christian Again

No … not really … but …

It’s amazing how many people ask right off: “Do you no longer celebrate such-and-such a holiday?” Or, “Is that pagan too?” Or, “Are you not able to eat this either?” It seems that in most people’s minds this Hebraic life is defined by what we don’t or can’t do. Right away it’s all cast in a negative light in peoples’ perceptions. And you know what … I get it. I really do. Continue reading “I Want To Be Christian Again”

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1-21-17 2 Chronicles 17 “Jehoshephat”

This week’s shabbat message we read and learn from the life of Jehoshephat King of Judah. Jehoshaphat was the son of King Asa. We first learn the LORD was with him because he walked in the first ways of David his Father. This was a way of saying he was a good king. David is always the standard the Bible uses for a good Biblical leader or King. The Bible tells us he walked with the LORD God of his father, and in his commandments, and not after the doings of Israel. Israel at this time was steep in idolatry with king Ahab on the throne. It is important to note here the importance the text puts on his keeping the Torah. There is always blessing in keeping the commandments of God. But this is just the beginning.. Follow along as we read from 2 Chronicles 17-20 and learn from God’s word.

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Our Source of Life

Our Source of Life

Matthew 4:4 — But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.

I know I say I believe this. I know you would probably say you believe this. But, in saying that, what does it mean to you? If we say we believe something, does that make it a living reality in our lives? Don’t get me wrong. It is good to believe this. It is good to acknowledge this. It is a positive statement to be voiced with our mouth. But, what does it really mean to you? Continue reading “Our Source of Life”

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Notwithstanding: To not be willing. To not consent, yield, accept or desire.

Deuteronomy 1:26 – Notwithstanding ye would not go up, but rebelled against the commandment of the Lord your God.

I have just embarked on my reading of Deuteronomy. This is such an exciting book for me to read. I love it! It’s filled with so much in-your-face real life stuff. It’s where we live. It’s who we are.

But is it … for us? What are we who name the Name of Yeshua/Jesus supposed to do with all this good material? Is it just for the “Jews”? Or could it be that it’s for all that have been washed in the blood of Yeshua?

I do believe so. Here’s why … Continue reading ““Notwithstanding””