As we continue in our series on prophecy paradigms, we examine the concept of "tribulation." Is it seven years long? Is it three and one half years long? Is it much longer? Are the prophetic time frames literal numbers or symbolic?
In this portions we discuss many aspects of tzara'at (leprosy) and signs of it, whether on people, objects or houses. What is meant by "Messiah the leper?" Do we gain insight into prophecy by looking at the laws of the Metzora (leper) and of Tzara'at (leprosy)? Join us as we look into the deeper lessons found in the study of this strange affliction.
In Torah portion "Tazria," we look at various processes of purification. What are we to glean from the instructions regarding purification after child birth? What are we to gain through understanding about "tzara'at" leprosy? Perhaps you will find that the instructions regarding the identification of leprosy as well as the process of purification from it, is very relevent for us today. As we take a deeper look at this portion, we gain greater insight into understanding spiritual disorders.
This week we return to our discussion on prophetic paradigms. What is the "Mystery of Iniquity" spoken of by Shaul (Paul)? Who or what is the restrainer? Many have taught that the "Restrainer" is the "church" or "Holy Spirit." We will examine this passage and attempt to see it objectively and consistent with the rest of scripture.
This week we are taking a break from our series on Prophecy Paradigms to discuss Passover. Should believers in Messiah keep Passover? If so, what lessons are we to learn from the feast of Passover and Unleavened Bread. Join us as we seek to gain greater understanding of these feasts and be transformed by it.
This week we continue our discussion on Passover/Feast of Unleavened Bread. We examine the meal that Y'shua kept with his disciples before his death. We also discuss Shaul (Paul's) practice regarding the festivals. In addition, examine passages in the book of Genesis and how they relate to the feast of Passover and Unleavened Bread and how they connect to the book of Revelation.