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Tenor of the Covenant: The Hatred of Hypocrisy

“Tenor of the Covenant: The Hatred of Hypocrisy“ This is a liturgical message shared for ending Sabbath of the Feast of Unleavened Bread. The focal text is Exodus 34 and Mark 8. In this message the Tenor of the words of the Covenant as they relate to the Law of God including the feast of Unleavened -Bread beside the other forms of simple worship the LORD YHWH desires and has commanded will be focused upon, as we also take greater principles of application from the words of our LORD Jesus Christ and His apostles.   Remember when You are freely enjoying … Continue reading

Pt. 4 Joy fulfilled In the Knowledge of His Will (The Doctrine of Good Works and of The Fruits of the Spirit)

Discussing the Joy a true believer has in the knowledge of Christ the Word as it developes into a fuller understanding of God will for a Christian life as a walk in the light of God’s Covenant & law as the basis for the Regulative principle. Continue reading

pt. 3 Church Government : Extended Family Government of Nation and a Country

Looking at a biblical community comprised of the organic kindred families of Israel, and those firmly seated in the Election of God by Grace through Faith unto the knowledge and truth in YHWH God’s ordained Law as commanded in Holy writ for the benefit of the individual, family and Nation. Continue reading

Answering “Key Words to Vital Truths, Part 24” by Ted R. Weiland (all of it)

Answering pertinent portions of “Key Words to Vital Truths, Part 24” by Ted R. Weiland : Mission to Israel Ministries Continue reading

Renewed Blessings (Gen 9:1-7) Answers from the Pentateuch pt.15

Answers from the Pentateuch is an expository reading of the Law of God designed to aid in the confirmation of a knowledgeable Faith in Scripture (epistemology) as an essential working part of the foundation believers need in maintaining a systematic Theology for learning and practice. Continue reading