Chapter 3:

About Righteous Judgment

In John 7:24, Yeshua tells us not to judge according to appearances, but to judge with righteous judgment. Yochanan (John) 7:24 24 “Do not judge according to appearance, but judge with righteous judgment.” There is both righteous and unrighteous judgment, and we have to be careful which one we use. In Matthew 7:1-6 Yeshua teaches […]

Chapter 5:

About Inspiration and Scripture

What constitutes Scripture? And what is it that makes Scripture inspired? The answer may be different than we think. The Apostle Kepha (Peter) implies that Shaul’s (Paul’s) writings are Scripture, seeing as he compares Shaul’s writings with the “rest of the Scriptures.” Kepha Bet (2 Peter) 3:15-16 15 and consider that the longsuffering of our […]

Chapter 6:

About Tassels (Tzitzit)

Scripture tells us to make tassels on the four corners of the clothing with which we cover ourselves, so that we might look upon them, and remember to do all of His commandments. Bemidbar (Numbers) 15:37-40 37 Again Yahweh spoke to Moshe, saying, 38 “Speak to the children of Israel: Tell them to make tassels […]

Chapter 7:

Loving Judah

It is important that we love our brothers in Judah. While we do have some differences with them, and while we are presently denied an ability to live in the land of Israel, we need always to show our Jewish brothers the kind of love that we would like to be shown. If we ever […]

Chapter 10:

How Long is a Hebrew Day?

Genesis 1 tells us that a day is made up of both an evening (nighttime) portion, and a morning (“daylight”) portion. For example: B’reisheet (Genesis) 1:31b 31b So the evening and the morning were the sixth day. Leviticus 23:32 also tells us that the Day of Atonement lasts from one evening to the next. This […]

Chapter 12:

About the Passover Seder

When Israel was in Egypt, Yahweh told Israel to keep the Passover by taking a lamb on the tenth of the month, and then offering it up on the afternoon of the fourteenth. Our forefathers were to sacrifice their lambs in the mid-afternoon, and apply the blood to their doorposts. Then they were to eat […]

Chapter 13:

About Shaul’s Ministry

Some believe the Apostle Shaul (Paul) taught heresy, and they want to remove his works from Scripture. This is a mistake. Yahweh hand-picked Shaul, and said he was a “chosen vessel” to bear His name before the returning gentile Ephraimites, kings, and the children of Israel. He also said Shaul would have to suffer a […]

Chapter 14:

Laodicea: “The People Rule”

In Torah Government, we explain that originally there was no need for government because all men were literally brothers, and their fathers (the patriarchs) ruled over their families. However, even then there was murder and the fruits of the flesh. B’reisheet (Genesis) 4:8-9 8 Now Qayin [Cain] talked with Hevel [Abel] his brother; and it […]

Chapter 15:

Are We Believers or Disciples?

Dare we ask? What’s the difference between a believer and a disciple, anyway? And why would it matter? Mark tells us that Yeshua had compassion on the four thousand believers who came to Him. Yeshua healed their sicknesses, and He also performed a miracle to feed them; but then He sent them away. Marqaus (Mark) […]

Chapter 16:

Hearing Yeshua’s Voice

As we show in the Nazarene Israel study, the original faith was called Nazarene Israel. In Fulfilling the Great Commission we show that Nazarene Israel was unified, and that it had a clergy of servant-leadership that heard and obeyed Yahweh’s voice. Nazarene Israel was replaced by Catholic Christianity. Catholic Christianity established a corrupted doctrine, and […]

Chapter 17:

Messianism: The Church in Transition

In Fulfilling the Great Commission, we show that the Messianic movement is essentially an extension of Protestant and independent Christianity; and because it is an extension of Protestant/Independent Christianity, the Messianics make doctrinal mistakes similar to the Protestants and independent Christians. One of the key errors Protestant and independent Christians make is that they fail […]

Chapter 19:

What is the Church?

As we show in Nazarene Israel, the original faith of the apostles was called the “Nazarene sect” (i.e., Nazarene Israel). However, there were several other variants of the faith in the first century. One of these was called Christianity. Christianity is similar to the Nazarene faith, except they do not believe in keeping the full […]

Chapter 21:

Definition: Elder

In Fulfilling the Great Commission, we saw that Yeshua hand-picked His disciples. His disciples responded by laying down their lives in the world, and serving Him with all of their mind, heart, and strength. Luqa (Luke) 14:33 33 “So likewise, whoever of you does not forsake all that he has cannot be My disciple.” Yeshua […]

Chapter 24:

The Bride’s Journey Home

In Nazarene Israel we show how Avraham and Israel’s children were scattered out into the world in order to fulfill the promises given to the patriarchs. Every family, every nation, and every clan had to receive of their genetics, so that the whole world could become heir to the promise of salvation in Messiah Yeshua, […]

Chapter 25:

About Ritual Cleanness

In this chapter we are going to talk about three different things: spiritual health, physical health, and ritual cleanness. These are three totally different things, but sometimes there are relationships between them. However, we have to be careful what conclusions we draw, because the relationships do not always hold true in reverse. Before we begin, […]

Chapter 26:

Head coverings in Scripture

Many Christians believe men should not cover their heads while praying. This doctrine is usually based on First Corinthians Eleven and Verse Four. In the New King James Version this passage reads: 1st Corinthians 11:4 (NKJV) 4 Every man praying or prophesying, having his head covered, dishonors his head. This translation conflicts with the Torah, […]

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