In all testimonial signs the scripture appoints ‘elements’ and ‘works’ which comprise the ‘Sign’ and completed as a testimony of the Covenant when accompanied by the graciously given faith of God our Saviour .
Baptism: Water and the person being baptized or immersed- these are its major constituent elements.
Lord’s Supper: Bread (made of wheat or common cereal grain), Wine / Vine (Red wine resembling blood), the person Partaking- these are its major constituent elements. Continue reading →
“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 →
In these messages I have offered a bit on our practice and why we do as we do, but the main focus will be of preparing the heart, mind and soul of our congregation for that special time with Christ we believers look forward to every year in the mediation and observation of His Word to our heart, and how it is a time indeed not to be overlooked, ignored or taken lightly. Continue reading →
Greetings Kindred, Below is our new formatted calendar which is more Gregorian based. We will still be placing our Agri-Lunar based sheet calendars up as well, month to month, with all the scripture and events that occurred in Israel’s history at particular times of the year by the Lunar months (which is below the Gregorian style below on screen), but we find that for those who have to integrate their New Moon, Sabbath and Festival worship with the modern system this new format seems to be easier to follow along with and plan ahead by. A Word on planning ahead … Continue reading →