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James, the Synagogue, and Jesus – part 1

It has been a while since I have written anything of substance.  I have been dealing with a great many difficult things over the past month.  I felt that if I wrote during that time, that I may have had … Continue reading

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OPEN MIC This FRIDAY!

Our 3rd Worship Music Open Mic! The first one was very worshipful!  A lot of people showed up and played.  The 2nd one was very intimate and full of love.  We added an hour and it is now 6-9 PM. Some have played … Continue reading

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WORSHIP music OPEN MIC this FRIDAY!

The first one was very worshipful!  A lot of people showed up and played.  We have added an hour as a result and it is now 6-9 PM. Some played original compositions they have written honoring our Lord.  Some played … Continue reading

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But it ALSO says . . .

Out of a little over 1000 verses in Mattityahu (Matthew), 112 of them or around 10% of them are direct quotations and references to verses in TaNaKh (Torah-Nevi’im-Ketuvim: in other words, the Old Testament). When we arrive at chapter 4, … Continue reading

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Judaizer!?!

It invariably happens as you study the text . . . You start running across things that conflict with theological suppositions you may believe or subscribe to – Things that you have been taught in the past and have accepted, … Continue reading

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How Keeping the Jewish Sabbath was Abolished in Christianity: Part 3 (Final)

In part 1 of How Keeping the Jewish Sabbath was Abolished in Christianity, I brought up the Lord’s Day thesis.  In it, I said there were 3 thesis statements: Yeshua (Jesus) was resurrected on the day after Shabbat (The 1st … Continue reading

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How Keeping the Jewish Sabbath was Abolished in Christianity: Part 1

You know, sometimes when I write things, I have a feeling they are not going to be well received.   It is like teaching about something in the text and having someone accuse you of judging them by doing it. … Continue reading

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