Becoming a man of YHWH is something we learn and grow into. It doesn’t happen over night. In fact, as long as we are alive on this side of eternity, we should be constantly becoming more like our Heavenly Father. Continually growing into a man of YHWH. In this second chapter of a never ending book to come, we discuss the importance of training our children in the ways of YHWH.
It is believed by some that Hell does not exist and that it is not taught in the scriptures. While at the same time there are others who believe the exact opposite. Thus, creating a modern day Pharisee versus Sadducee debate. Join us as we dig into this topic and see how there really is support from the Torah, TANAKH, and the authors of the New Testament in supporting a spiritual consciousness after death.
Sitting in the seat of mockers is something that very few people considers themselves to ever do. Yet, what if there are times in our lives when we actually do sit in this seat? If you were confronted with that possibility, what would your response be? Would you be offended? Would you be willing to change? Please join us in this short message as we cover this topic which we believe is vital to the Body of Messiah.
Becoming a man of YHWH is something we learn and grow into. It doesn’t happen over night. In fact, as long as we are alive on this side of eternity, we should be constantly becoming more like our Heavenly Father. Continually growing into a man of YHWH. In this first chapter of a never ending book to come, we discuss the importance of teaching our children in the ways of YHWH.
It seems there is much talk about the “mark” of the beast. However, a topic that seems rarely discussed is the “image” of the beast. Here are some thoughts to ponder and pray over regarding this topic that is seldom talked about by laymen or teachers.
Do you have a lot on your mind? Laugh with your family. Is your schedule tighter than ever? Laugh with your family. Do the things of the world or stress from your job weigh heavy on your heart? Laugh with your family. Sometimes it’s just hard to make time for something. Yet, a quick two or three minutes may be all that it takes to make an impact on your children and bring things into perspective for yourself.
Forgiving others can be difficult at times. In fact, it can be down right hard. Yet, is that an excuse to not forgive? Is there ANY excuse to not forgive others when they offend us? What does the Word tell us about forgiving others? What does our Messiah say about forgiving others? We believe this is one of the most important teachings every believer needs to hear. Join us as we examine the need of forgiving others.
Yeshua said that anyone who had seen Him had seen the Father. Knowing that YHWH is our heavenly Father, can people see Him in us? Are we showing people who our Heavenly Father is in our everyday life? Who are people seeing when they look at you?