This study shows that what Yeshua meant when he said he would give Kepha (Peter) the keys to the kingdom in Matthew 16:19 is that Kepha would be able to hear and obey the voice of heaven, such that he would bind and loose not what he wanted, but what heaven wanted.
This chapter explains what Scripture actually says about the tzitzit (tassels). It shows why rabbinical teachings on this subject are in error. It also shows why the Murex Trunculus sea snail dye theory is in error.
This chapter answers many questions about the ancient Israelite garments, and also suggests how to restore the original styles of four cornered garments that Yeshua wore in the first century.
This chapter shows why tefillin (phylacteries) are probably an adopted pagan Greek practice, and why Yeshua Messiah (Jesus Christ) probably did not wear them, and would not approve of them.
This chapter explains why the rabbinic mezuzah is most likely an adaptation of the ancient house amulet, and why it is an incorrect application of the metaphorical command to write all of Yahweh’s words and commands on all of our gates.
If you have a car, do you put good quality oil and gas into it? Or bad quality oil and gas? It is kind of a silly question, because most of us realize that if we are not careful to put only good stuff into a car, it won’t run right. We have to keep […]