Today, millions of people claim faith in an Elohim. But the question is, do we see REAL FAITH in Yahweh today as described in Scripture? Or have we fallen into the error of taking our salvation for granted, claiming to “believe” without actually “doing”? Join us for Parasha Devarim as we take a look at how to grow into the kind of “mature” faith pleasing unto Yahweh.
In Devarim (Deuteronomy) chapter 4:2, Yahweh tells us NOT TO ADD ANYTHING to or take ANYTHING AWAY from the word which He commands us, that we might KEEP (SHOMER) the commandments which HE commands us! And interestingly, Yeshua HaMashiach began His ministry with the same exact message!
Join us for Parasha Va’etchanan as we give just some examples of how both the house of Judah and the house of Ephraim are guilty “picking and choosing” what parts of Yahweh’s word to keep, that we may repent of this error and become pleasing unto Yahweh our Elohim.
In Parasha Evek we see two main themes. One, the blessings that come with a willingness to submit to and obey Yahweh. And second, intercession for those who are not submitting to Elohim’s Spirit and being obedient. Join us as we take a look at both of these very important topics.
Did you know that Ma’asei (Acts) chapter 15 is a reflection of the principles and precepts found in the Torah portion of Parasha Re’eh? Please join us as we see how the five principles of Acts 15 reflect Yahweh’s heart.
In parasha Shoftim, we read about the system that Yahweh our Elohim gave our Israelite ancestors to resolve civil and criminal disputes. But how does Yahweh’s system of governing apply to us and our families today in Nazarene Israel? Does biblical leadership have an important impact on spiritual reform? Join us to find out!
Yeshua summarized His Father’s commandments into two main concepts. To love Yahweh above everything else, and to love our neighbor as we love ourselves. But how do some of Yahweh’s strictest commandments show love for Him or for our neighbor? Is our understanding of love today the same as Yahweh’s? Or did we somehow gain a false perception of what true love really is? Join us for Parasha Tetze as we examine how Yahweh views our love for Him and for one another, according to His Word.