Monthly Archives: January 2015

Can God ‘unsanctify’ the ‘sanctified?’

Some recent musings…. Yesterday evening I was test driving my new toy from Messianic Jewish Family Bible.  (I’ll review it after having more time, but I did shed tears of joy as I read their story and vision.  Limited reservations … Continue reading

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Sunday School, P.4. The Memra (Crash Course)

We had a terrific Sunday school class yesterday as we continued the series I am guests teaching, Yeshua in the Tanak.  I introduced the Memra from the Targumim.  Following is the audio as well as a link for the powerpoint … Continue reading

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Heresy Hunting, or Truth Telling?

I love James Pyles, my friend who hosts and writes My Morning Meditations.  I pretty much knew that when I posted my ‘rather provocative challenge‘ that he would show up…  I just didn’t expect to be described, albeit tongue in … Continue reading

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Ex. 14:19, The Angel of God and the Pillar of Cloud

Last week in my guest teaching at a local Sunday School, I mentioned this verse and briefly drew a connection between God (Exodus 13:18) 18 Hence God led the people around by the way of the wilderness to the [a]Red Sea; … Continue reading

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$10,000 Reward Offered!!!

I am personally offering a $10,000 reward to the person who can prove unequivocally, from Scripture alone, that God changed the Sabbath day from Saturday, the seventh day, to Sunday the first day. The successful claimant will:

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Sunday School, P.3 Angel of the Lord cont.

This week in Sunday school we had an abbreviated class.  Many in the class are members of the choir, so the two service schedule as well as length of services affects our class.  Interestingly, I came prepared for a shorter … Continue reading

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Was Jesus on Mt. Sinai? Part 2

Was Jesus on Mt Sinai?  Does it matter? is one of the most popular and single most shared posts this blog has ever written.  (I recommend the article and recommend sharing it, but that is not the purpose of this … Continue reading

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The Pope is Illegitimate

By his own admission, and according to Roman Catholic dogma (traditions of men), the current Pope and every Pope in history is illegitimate.  The point is blindingly obvious, and most of you probably already had this figured out, but it … Continue reading

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Torah in the Book of the ACTS of the Apostles: Chapters 14-15

I have been enjoying Sue and John Wyatt’s excellent discussion and commentary on Torah in the Book of Acts. This post jumps into the middle at the generally misunderstood and errantly taught Acts 15 debate with a terrific presentation. There … Continue reading

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Sunday School, part two…

Yesterday, I shared that I have been invited to guest teach Sunday School at a large Baptist church for a while.  Here is the second lesson in the series “Yeshua in the Tanach,” given January 11, 2015.  (And, the recording … Continue reading

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So…, I’m teaching a Sunday School class!

I just thought some of you would find it very interesting that I am teaching a Sunday school class…  I have to smile inside. One of the Messianic Fellowships that we attend with some frequency (currently, we are sharing time … Continue reading

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Here is a dynamite piece that covers in more depth a subject we have tackled on multiple occasions: The existence of Torah in Genesis and its applicability to ALL mankind, not simply the Jews. Please read and share this excellent … Continue reading

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Fox Byte 5775 #12: VaYechi (And He Lived)

Originally posted on THE BARKING FOX:
וַיְחִי José Ferrer as Cyrano and Mala Powers as Roxane in Stanley Kramer’s 1950 film production of Cyrano de Bergerac. The timeless appeal of Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac is in its depiction of…

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Book Review: The Mystery of the Shemitah

I’ve had Rabbi Jonathan Cahn’s new release, The Mystery of the Shemitah, laying around for a couple months.  It was on my ‘to read’ stack, but limited time and other volumes I was more interested in continually snowed it under.  … Continue reading

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