The Arm of YHVH

Posted on Jan 29, 2015

012415sp by Rabbi Paul Falk.    The Arm of YHVH is a metaphor meaning His strength and power. The events of John chapter 12 occur just prior to THE Passover when he became our passover lamb. We can find multiple parallels with Y’shua’s account and the original Passover in Exodus to help us understand the Arm of YHVH a bit more. “But although he had done so many signs before them, they did not believe in him so that the word of Isaiah the prophet might be...

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Revelation in Light of Israel’s Prophets

Posted on Jan 19, 2015

011715sd  by Rabbi Dennis Richards. Torah = Gen-Deut (written by the hand of God and given to Moses)Tanakh = Gen – Malachi (“old” testament) The New Testament is incomprehensible without the “Old” Testament. We need to be well-versed in Torah. Torah defines sin. Sin is transgression of Torah (the law) 1 John 3:4 Torah was written for us. It’s for learning through patience and comfort to have hope!  Romans 15:4 Torah gives us the wisdom...

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Lessons from the Stones (part 2)

Posted on Jan 9, 2015

010315sp by Rabbi Paul Falk REVIEW Matthew 3:9 & Luke 3:8 John the Immerser(baptist) talking to many Pharisees and Sadducees:  “And don’t think you can comfort yourselves by saying, ‘Abraham is our father’! For I tell you that God can raise up for Abraham sons from these stones!” ‘THESE’ STONES – John was at the Jordan river. Recall that YHVH commanded the Israelites to take stones from that very place and write the commandments on them....

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Chanukah

Posted on Dec 23, 2014

122014sd Chanukah It is an interesting festival because it is not required anywhere in the Tanakh you don’t find it there at all.  In fact interestingly the only way we know about Chanukah today especially in the Christian community is Yeshua celebrated it.  It is only found in John that Yeshua was at the temple for the Feast of Dedication.   And that’s what Chanukah means dedication.  It is a joyous eight (8) day feast.  It commemorates the victory of the few over the...

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