As we examine the ministry of Moses and Elijah from the beginning of the world, we examine Abraham's unusual visitors on the third day after his circumcision. We see many Passover themes in this passage and show the connection with the two witnesses of Revelation 11. We also look at the mysterious angel (malach) that brought the children of Israel out of Egypt, protected them in the wilderness and brought them into the land of promise. We will see that the Name of YHVH is in this angel and the people are told to obey him. From Genesis to Revelation, we begin to see the ministry of the two witnesses in greater clarity.
As we move deeper into this series, we see more patterns and details of the ministry of Moses and Elijah since the beginning of the world. We examine the cherubim guarding the way to the tree of life in the Garden of Eden. We also focus upon Noah and Enoch and see the amazing comparisions with Moses and Elijah. As we look closer at the account of Noah's flood, we see that it is not only history, but it is also prophetic. During the time of Moses, the children of Israel and a mixed multitude were brought out of Egypt. The final exodus will be from all nations. We see this pictured by the seven pair of clean animals and one pair of all of the unclean animals being gathered unto Noah and the safety of the covenant.
Keith and Dale go deeper into discussing Moses and Elijah as the two witnesses. Some of the aspects discussed in this episode are:
Moses and Elijah as the two olive trees.
The two Houses of Israel as the two olive trees.
The two olive trees in the booths (sukkot) in Nehemiah.
Contrast is made between the "cherubims of glory" in the tabernacle as compared with cherubims made of olive wood in Solomon's temple.
Since Elijah will restore all things and the restoration of all things has been spoken by Elohim through all of His holy prophets since the beginning of the world, we see Elijah and Moses from early Genesis performing their ministry.
This week on Paradigm Radio, Dale McCoyle joins Keith again to discuss the two witnesses of Revelation 11. In this episode we gain greater insight into the ministry of Moses and Elijah in their role as the two olive trees. We also see with greater clarity their ministry to the Two Houses of Israel.
In the torah portion this week, we examine the identity of the mysterious Visitor/Visitors that appeared to Abraham on the third day after he was circumcized. In this teaching, much of the scripture will be brought together as we gain greater insight into the eternal plan of YHVH.
In the Torah portion "Lech Lecha," we discuss the life of Abraham and look at the contrast with him and the people of Babel. We see that the things that happen to the the fathers also happens to the children. We gain greater insight into the statement by Y'shua: "The children of Abraham do the works of Abraham."