Many have said the Church and Israel are two separate entities. However, when we look at the scriptures, we see YHWH has always had one people. His people. Those who chose to follow His ways. Are you a part of the assembly of YHWH?
Knowing YHWH is our heavenly Father, can people see Him in us? Are we showing people who our Heavenly Father is in our everyday life? Who do people see when they look at us?
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.
Many today like to accuse believers who are pursuing obedience to God’s law of just picking and choosing what commands they want to follow. But is this really the case? Just why are some commands followed and other commands not followed by those believers? Are they really just picking the ones they want to follow and throwing the rest out? This teaching addresses that very topic.
Becoming a man of YHWH is something we learn and grow into. It doesn’t happen over night. In fact, as long as we are alive on this side of eternity, we should be constantly becoming more like our Heavenly Father. Continually growing into a man of YHWH. In this 14th chapter of a never ending book to come, we look at what it means to be esteemed in the eyes of YHWH.
The view of the Anti-Messiah being Islamic has grown in popularity over the last decade. However, what if that view is just setting up the foundation for the real Anti-Messiah to be accepted as the Messiah? Join Steve as he looks at the possibilities that may be getting overlooked.
“Commitment” can be a scary word for some people. However, it’s a requirement for a believer. So what does your commitment to our Heavenly Father look like? Better yet, have you ever wondered how He views your commitment?