How do you describe the Word of YHWH? What’s your attitude towards it? While these may sound like foolish questions, our answer to them can determine how we live His eternal Word. This teaching presents a word of caution that every believer needs to consider.
Do you believe faith is a new concept that was brought in by the New Testament? Do you believe the way of faith was established in Yeshua that did away with the law? If so, we ask you to please consider this short teaching. You’ll see how the scriptures show faith was first established in the Old Testament and not the new. You’ll see how faith has always been, and will always be, a requirement of the Father.
Ever asked what the biblical definition of sin is? In a world of blurred lines between right and wrong, this video is an eye-opener for all who wish to live their lives for the one true God.
Many who believe the law is no longer for believers today refer to 2 Corinthians chapter 3 for their support. They claim the law is a veil and it’s removed when we come to Yeshua. However, this misunderstanding of Pauls words may prove how history repeats. Join Steve in this brief teaching as he examines the veil Paul was really talking about.
Many know the verse that says Yeshua is the way, truth, and the life. However, it seems we all just pass over that so quickly. Join Steve as he digs a little deeper into examining what it means when Yeshua says He is “the way.”
Some believe YHWH set His standard of expectations too high for His people in the Old Testament. They believe He has since lowered those expectations. Watch this short teaching and see how Yeshua came to show us how to walk in the ways of YHWH and not do away with them..
For 2,000 years there have been arguments opposing Yeshua as the Messiah. This teaching addresses the very foundation that many use for that opposition. A foundation that’s not only weak, but opposes much more than they realize.
There are many people today who believe Paul preached against the Torah. They use his writings to defend this view over and over again. It’s time to read the writings of Paul from the perspective they were written. To read them through a Hebrew lens.