In our last newsletter, we took a closer look at the first four commandments. These next six have to do with our relationship with our fellow man. So we want to look at the remaining six commandments to see if they are needed for today’s society.
Judeo-Christian Teaching Letters
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Today it is more important to be politically correct instead of being morally correct. What has happened to the church of the living God, the body of Messiah? Have we lost our courage or have we lost our convictions? Maybe we have lost our faith!
A very popular dogma of the church is that we are now under a new covenant. Because of Jesus (Yeshua) we no longer need to keep the old covenant; it is obsolete and does not apply to Christians. We want to take a closer look at this and see if it is really true.
The Bible tells us that Moses wrote the 90th Psalm; and the rule of thumb is that if the next Psalm does not tell us who wrote it, then chances are it was the person who wrote the previous one. This is the case with Psalm 91. Let's see if this Psalm could have been written by Moses.
Music was, and still is, a very important part of worship. We want to take a closer look at the song of Moses to see why the redeemed in Revelation would sing this particular song. But which song of Moses did they sing, for Scripture records two different songs? Let’s look at both of them.
The Gospels tell us about the second coming of Yeshua. They record Yeshua's own words, "There will be great earthquakes, and in various places plagues and famines; and there will be terrors and great signs from heaven," Luke 21:11. Are God's warnings going unnoticed?
For many years, I have heard preachers say that the church will be raptured before the wrath of God comes upon the earth because God has not destined us to wrath. What I never understood about that was why have other Christians suffered throughout the history of the church? It seems to be a Westernized teaching, and especially an American teaching. But is this true, that God’s people should never suffer?
The Book of Joel is a harbinger to the coming Day of the Lord. So let’s take a closer look and let’s see if we can find any warnings that we need to be aware of today.
We want to continue our study on the one true church and its end time message. We want to begin in Revelation after the message to the first century church.
We so often think of church as just the building: "We are going to church today." But the "church" is actually not a building of brick and mortar, but it is a sanctuary of people built upon the Word of God.