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Topics, videos and courses for those searching for the truth in Scripture. We even have entire chapters from the bible with teaching notes for those seeking Elohim and His instructions for our lives.
Unlike the church, Beit Yeshua Torah Assembly has no paid staff (yes, really!). Only a very small portion goes to maintain the shul where we meet each week. Curious how it works? Check it out!
It seems that recently, religion is falling more and more out of our good graces. More and more, religion is becoming associated with hate, corruption, and hypocrisy. But is this really a new thing?… The answer might shock you. The bible is full of lessons, commandments, and more. But do you know how it emphasizes…
- relationship, not religion
- obedience, not obnoxiousness
- humility, not humble pie
- and the need to correct our own shortcomings – not those of others.
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It is here that we are told that John would be the one who would perform the prophesied works of Elijah before the great and terrible day of Yahweh (Mal. 4:5-6). John is going to turn the hearts of the people back to Torah to make ready a people prepared for Elohim.
Let’s look at what parables are NOT:
Parables are not literal. Parables are symbolic stories with deep meaning.
Parables are not fun little ditties to remind us how good we are. The majority of parables are loud warnings of evil and deception.
The two tablets of stone were written by the finger of Elohim. That gives the covenant with Israel His personal signature.
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