In the well known parable of the wheat and the tares, Y'shua said that the tares "would be gathered first." Y'shua also prayed that his followers not be taken out of the world. Again, as in the days of Noah, the flood came and "took" them all away. Likewise two will be in the field. One will be "taken" and one will be left behind. Two women will be grinding. One will be "taken" and one left behind. Is the rapture teaching really consistent with Y'shua's teachings and the rest of scripture? Take a look at the weight of evidence and judge for yourself if the rapture is scripturally supported or merely based in fictional books and movies.
In the first Torah Portion of Vayikra (Leviticus), we discuss aspects of the many kinds of korbanot (sacrifices) such as the elevation, meal, peace, sin and guilt offerning. Will animal sacrifices be performed in the future? Did all animal sacrifices deal with sin? In this teaching, we look at those questions and more as well as look at some of the symbols found in the korbanot. (sacrifices)
In this teaching, we take a look at some of the amazing jewels of the Hebrew language. Is Hebrew the pure language? Are the patterns that we see in the Hebrew language and the scriptures coincidence or by design?
In this program, we investigate the subject of the rapture. Many have read books, seen movies and heard sermons on the topic of the rapture. Can the rapture doctrine be supported by the scripture? What is the origin of the belief? It is important that we look at this subject as objectively as possible and look at the weight of evidence on the topic. We apologize for the technical difficulties and distractions in this episode.
Acts 10, Peters vision. The "White Sheet" episode. What does it mean? Are we allowed to eat unclean animals? or does this have a different meaning? Are we allowed to interpret a passage anyway we want? or should we let the person who had the vision interpret it for us? The Spirit has revealed something to Peter using "metaphoricaly" something he can underst
As we conclude the book of Exodus (Shmot) with the two final portions, we take another look at the Sabbath (Shabbat) and how it is an eternal sign. We also look deeper at the furniture of the tabernacle (Mishkan) and their connection with Pi and the Fibonocci sequence. In this teaching we look at what connects us to the Creator and how we gain deeper insight into this relationship through the tabernacle.