How often have you heard the topic of persecution being taught on these days? If you faced persecution for your faith like that which the believers did in the Scriptures, would you remain faithful? Steve digs into the topic that is scarcely ever spoken on today. A subject that all believers should be familiar with.
Steve joins Now You See TV for a time in discussing Revelation 10:6. This verse implies there will be a delay for when things are to begin. (End Times) Could we be in that delay right now? If so, how would we know? And if we are in that delay now, when does it end and what could we expect? This show discusses some interesting thoughts from Steve on these very questions. This will be a show for all watch and consider in prayer.
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.
Why is it so easy to find ourselves getting busy and such a task to slow down? The world we live in seems only to make it worse. Should we go with the flow or force a change to slow things down in our personal lives?
Just because no one can earn their salvation, it doesn’t mean we shouldn’t seek to please our Heavenly Father through good deeds. Right? Well, that depends on who you ask. Some say faith is all we need. Is that true? Is that all we’ll be judged on? Let’s see what the scriptures say.
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 13th chapter of a never ending book to come, we look at three things YHWH longs to be present in our life.
John 1:17 says “For the law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ.” This text has caused many to believe Yeshua brought something different than what Moses did. At a quick glance, it can indeed seem that way. However, one can see just the opposite with a closer look. Join Steve as he digs into an often mis-represented verse.