Shabbat Shalom! Listen along to this week’s message by Warren as he talks about boldness from Proverbs 28.
While reading through Psalm 37 verse 31 stood out to me.
Ps. 37:29-31 – 29 The righteous shall inherit the land, and dwell therein for ever. 30 The mouth of the righteous speaketh wisdom, and his tongue talketh of judgment. 31 The law (Torah) of his God is in his heart; none of his steps shall slide.
Dispensationalism is the main reason God’s people have had such difficulty in seeing the Scriptures as one unified whole. (The concept of “OT” and “NT” as separate and distinct from each other, has created an unnecessary misunderstanding.) To make the New Testament “Church” something unique/new/different (since the “Church” isn’t in the OT), a system had to be developed to make that preference “fit” into the Scriptures. The Scofield Reference Bible (which came out in 1909) was a major catalyst for a whole new generational mindset for understanding the Scriptures. This mindset was born out of the heretical theories proposed by Westcott and Hort. Continue reading “The Torah Of God And The Holy Spirit … In The heart?”
“Hippies” thought they were doing something new, groovy and revolutionary. Among other things, they put on new garb, used new terms, and ingested new substances. All the while they/I claimed to be different. Why? We were no longer associating ourselves with the “establishment.” Continue reading “Messianic Hippies”