Can God ‘unsanctify’ the ‘sanctified?’

FABULOUS!!!! A MUST READ!!! Thanks, Pete Rambo, for narrowing the whole ‘Sabbath Debate’ down to its bare bones! Well Done!

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Some recent musings….

Yesterday evening I was test driving my new toy from Messianic Jewish Family Bible.  (I’ll MJFB TLVreview it after having more time, but I did shed tears of joy as I read their story and vision.  Limited reservations at this point, but they might be assuaged.)

I was selecting and reading random texts and considering the phrasing to gain insight into the minds of the translators when I thought to look at Genesis 2:2-3, in light of recent debate/discussion about the ‘seventh day’ on this blog.  The MJFB’s Tree of Life Version renders the verses,

God completed – on the seventh day – His work that He made, and He ceased – on the seventh day – from all His work that He made.  Then God blessed the seventh day and sanctified it, for on it He ceased from all His work that God created for…

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The Importance of the Kingdom To Believers

Seek-First-The-Kingdom-Of-God-And-His-RighteousnessHubby John and I originally published this article May 26, 2014 at our joint blog, The Coming Kingdom.   We’ve found that it is quite an eye-opener for most Christians to learn that what scripture teaches about the Kingdom and what the church has passed down about it are pretty different things!  The lesson we learned: Stop relying on teachers and allow the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) to lead as the Scriptures speak for themselvesContinue reading The Importance of the Kingdom To Believers

Crispy Fried Chicken Nuggets

This is a delicious recipe from SugarFreeSheila.com:

Crispy Fried Chicken Nuggets

crispy fried chicken nuggets(4 total carbs for entire recipe)

  • 2-3 chicken breasts, cut into chunks
  • 4-5 eggs, whisked
  • ½ cup grated Parm, tossed into ziploc

Immerse chicken chunks in egg mixture, transfer to ziploc (coating them well), then move things along to pan filled halfway with oil – heat kept at Medium-High.  Move them around every few minutes so as to ensure the chicken is cooked evenly.  Chicken is done once golden brown & stark-white on the inside – and looks almost “string-cheesy” when cut open.  Enjoy – looks & tastes just like bread-fried chicken! Great with Mock Mash, too.

 

 

$10,000 Reward Offered!!!

Since our first and foremost duty and privilege as servants of the Most High is to do as HE commands, without adding to or diminishing from those commands, this really is no joke, but a matter of great concern….

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pile of doughI am personally offering a $10,000 reward to the person who can prove unequivocally, from Scripture alone, that God changed the Sabbath day from Saturday, the seventh day, to Sunday the first day.

The successful claimant will:

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The Peculiar Treasure of Yahuwah

Are you a ‘peculiar treasure’? This is a sensitive and compassionate explanation of what it means to be YHVH’s ‘peculiar treasure.’ Enjoy 🙂

Cold Waters to a Thirsty Soul

What is the peculiar treasure of Yahuwah?  Let’s find out!

Have you seen a father or a mother introduce their children? Have you noticed how parents can be very happy and proud to introduce their children? Parents seem to become very possessive when talking about their children. They could care less if their children are a little ragged or disheveled. They declare with pride, “These are mine!”

Our Heavenly Father is the same.

These Are Mine!Pendant wikipedia

Then they that feared the LORD spoke often one to another: and the LORD hearkened, and heard it, and a book of remembrance was written before him for them that feared the LORD, and that thought upon his name.
And they shall be mine, saith the LORD of hosts, in that day when I make up my jewels; and I will spare them, as a man spareth his own son…

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Torah in the Book of the ACTS of the Apostles – Chapters 27-28

Acts 27 and 28 – Off to Rome –

Now when much time was spent, and when sailing was now dangerous, because the fast was now already past… Acts 27:9

Yom Kippur 8The term “the fast” refers to Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement), which occurs in the fall, a time of year when the ocean becomes turbulent and dangerous.  On the Day of Atonement, the faithful ‘afflict their souls’ by fasting in repentance.  (Lev 23:27)  This is the only one of YHVH’s appointed times which involves fasting (all of the others involve feasting), so it quickly earned the sobriquet ‘The Fast.’   Continue reading Torah in the Book of the ACTS of the Apostles – Chapters 27-28

Was Jesus on Mt. Sinai? Part 2

Originally posted by Pete Rambo at his blog, natsab.  He discovered a real gem of information in his study!  Thanks, Pete!

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Was Jesus on Mt Sinai?  Does it matter? is one of the most popular and single most shared posts this blog has ever written.  (I recommend the article and recommend sharing it, but that is not the purpose of this short post.)  In the post I articulated and defended from several angles my conviction that Yeshua (Jesus) stood on Mt. Sinai and was/is the Lawgiver with whom Moshe spoke.

Well, if you have been keeping up the last week or so on this blog, you know that I have begun teaching a series at a local Baptist Church demonstrating Yeshua’s presence in the Tanach (OT).  We have begun with the ‘Angel of the Lord’ instances to reveal Him as the physical, visible manifestation of Elohim (God).

Well, today, in the middle of our Shabbat midrash my attention was drawn to chase a rabbi trail that lead to me reading a…

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Torah in the Book of the ACTS of the Apostles: Chapters 21 – 26

Acts 21 and 22 – Circumcision…. again –

Chapters 21 and 22 are filled with important information about the early believers’ understanding of their relationship to Torah.

Apparently the issue of circumcision was still a thorn in the side of the Body.  Continue reading Torah in the Book of the ACTS of the Apostles: Chapters 21 – 26