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  • EliYah 2010 - Discovering the Hebrew Roots of Christianity - Part 12 EliYah broadcasts a study message every Shabbat at 12:00 PM EST from through video and audio. He also hosts a chat room and allows people to call in to ask questions after his studies. This message is entitled, "Discovering the Hebrew Roots of Christianity" and was published on http in the year 2010. This is part 12 of 15 for this video.
  • My Trek Marine Combat Tent Here I am at my campsite in Hudson's Oak Grove Park, just behind my friend Shirley's house off Stow Road. I live in my tent year round. I don't have a place to call "home" save it be my tent. But I absolutely love camping and enjoy making my tent my dwelling place. :)
  • Mike Balloun - Emor (Say!) Part 6 Mike teaches today. 2010-05-01. Emor (Say!/Speak). Leviticus 21:1--24:23. Many Believers have joyfully attended the Passover experience where they received regeneration, but have not proceeded to experience the Baptism of The Holy Spirit with Power Also, there are those who have received the Pentecostal experience and are "effective" in ministry and witness unto the two, but remain in that Pentecost experience, and thereby do not participate in the 3rd Feast commanded by God. They too, have only gone but part way. What is the culmination of regeneration and the Gift of The Holy Spirit it is Spiritual tabernacling a certain kind of fellowship with Him and is the way and means resulting unlearning and conducting spiritual warfare, and learning how to handle all trials of our faith. (1st John possibly giving the spiritual understanding of this culmination.) John 7 - Jesus is The Tabernacle of God. Matthew 18:20 Yeshua said "Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.
  • Mike Balloun - Emor (Say!) Part 7 Mike teaches today. 2010-05-01. Emor (Say!/Speak). Leviticus 21:1--24:23. Being Christ-like is this Tabernacling with God. Working for God is the religious attempt to enter into His Rest. Tabernacles (fellowship with the sufferings of Christ) is about moving from the seeking of things from God to seeking God. Christ fulfills the feasts, but He was rejected. Why? Because first, they loved their religious ritual, and 2nd they were interested primarily in what He could do for them, that is practically speaking deliver them from Rome And because of that rejection they have been "restless" for 2000 years. These are the same basic reasons we reject Him today we love our religious traditions and want to get things from Him. We want deliverance from our unhappiness, our poverty, our sickness, our oppression, our accountability (what religion calls "forgiveness"), but like our Covenant forefathers, we reject His appointed way, which is a spiritual reconstruction through co-crucifixion, the bearing of a cross for death to the carnal soul. Today's Church preaches a lot of scripturally true facts, but has missed The Truth. Yes, it's true, He does want us healed, but it is about our eternal health. He does want us prosperous, but it's about our eternal prosperity. It is true that He does want us to rule and reign with Him, but it's not the objective. It goes much deeper than that.