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If man : woman as Messiah : Assembly, then…

Ephesians 5:23-33 gives a very clear picture and incredibly deep statement regarding the image of ‘marriage’ and the relationship of man to woman as compared to Messiah and the Assembly. While pondering this again, last week, I realized as still … Continue reading

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Who is the ‘Congregation of B’ney Israel?’

Over the last several Shabbats, a subtext to our conversations has been a running discussion concerning who ‘all the congregation of the sons/children of Israel’ is. Initially, I had a tentative assertion that the ‘congregation’ was the heads of houses, … Continue reading

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Torah Portion: Shoftim (Deuteronomy 16:19-21:9)

What was really Solomon’s sin? It may not be what you’ve been taught.. Also, why does the adversary hate men and masculinity? And, does God ever regulate a sin? Numerous interesting points to discuss in this week’s portion as it … Continue reading

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Feminism, Witchcraft and Monogamy

Just published: a critically important essay by James Wesley Stivers on 113Restoration.com.  Christendom (and the Messianic) is and has been asleep at the wheel on several critical issues that have brought cultural destruction because we refuse to hear the Word … Continue reading

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