In Shemote (Exodus) we learned how Yahweh brought our ancestors out of Egypt with the calling to become one nation under His commandments, and obeying His voice. Now, after some 3,500 years, will we choose to hear Yahweh’s voice, and obey “ALL” of His commandments? Join us for Parasha Bemidbar 2022, to see how we can reclaim our calling as His Set-apart bridal nation!
Today, in 2022, there is a growing amount of confusion concerning the roles of men and women in society. Even Christians and Messianic can easily misunderstand what Scripture says about these roles. Join us for Parasha Nasso 2022 as we take a look at what true Brotherhood (Patriarchy) is according to Scripture, and why it is so important for the structure of the family and for the entire nation of Israel. And we will also take a look at the Nazirite vow.
In Hebrew, the term Beha’alotcha means “when you step up!” Only, our forefathers did NOT “step up” when Yahweh called them! Their lack of faith and commitment cost them everything (and their children also suffered because of it)! Join us for Parasha Beha’alotcha as we learn from our forefathers’ mistakes (so that we can avoid the same punishment)!
Have you ever wondered what the Hebrew term ‘shelach’ means? How does it illustrate the right relationship between us and Elohim? And why it is so vital to live according to the biblical societal structure Elohim commands? Join us for Parasha Shelach 2022, to learn what it means in Elohim’s kingdom, to “send” and “be sent”.
Joining Yahweh’s army is a team effort. And when we join, we need to ACCEPT the position He assigns us, RECOGNIZE those whom He appoints (or anoints) over us, and then SUPPORT the team effort! But doesn’t it seem like no matter WHOM Yahweh appointed, our forefathers always REJECTED them? And is Ephraim truly doing what Yeshua tells us to do? And are WE perhaps following in the same errors today, without even realizing it? Join us for the answers to these crucial questions, so we can PLEASE our King!
Some 3,500 years ago, Yahweh Elohim made a great commitment to us! And HE has remained committed to US ever since! But what about His bride? Do we really need to commit to Him in return? Does He actually expect us to be His Son’s ‘helper bride’? And to help Him by doing all that He commanded us to do? (Including the Great Commission?) Was that all part of the deal of becoming His Proverbs 31 bride? Or can we just sit around and enjoy the ‘helper’ role without actually having to help our King? If you have eyes to see and ears to hear, join us for Parasha Chukat.