Want to change the future? Both Christians and Messianics have used Yahezkel/Ezekiel to frame an eschatological world view. Rabbis consider the text a “problem book” and advocated for it’s exclusion from Scripture. What if they’re all wrong? Join us for an in-depth study, as we shed traditional interpretations for the truth of the text itself. Is Ezekiel Future or in the Past?

The Volume of Ezekiel - Part 2

by Matthew Nolan | Topical Teaching

The Volume of Ezekiel – Part 2

Exposing The Rotting Stick Of False Restoration

‘Pay No Attention To The Man Behind The Curtain!’

Jeremiah 1:9 informs us there is a time to, ‘root out and to pull down, to destroy and to throw down to build and to plant.’

Statement of belief encapsulating the writings and vision of Eytz B’ney Yosef:

“From an historical perspective, we are (1) following in the footsteps of our brother, Judah. Under (2) the leadership of such men as Theodor Herzl and David Ben-Gurion, (3) the term “Zionism” was coined in the late 19th century. These men, among many others, drove the movement that led to the establishment of the modern state of Israel. As Ephraimites, (4) we are seeking to complete their work by bringing back the remainder of God’s people who have been sown in the nations. (5) Much can be learned by a careful examination of the history of Zionism and the work done by our brothers in Judah.”

  1. Can we call the Ashkenazi Jews our brothers and should we be following in their footsteps?
  2. As believers should we look to the leadership of Theodore Herzl and David Ben- Gurion?
  3. How does the Zionism of the 19th Century compare to the Zionism of the Scripture?
  4. Are we supposed to complete the work of secular Bolshevik Jews?
  5. What does a careful examination of the history of Zionism reveal?

1. Can we call the Ashkenazi Jews our brothers and should we be following in their footsteps?

Ashkenazi Jews who believe that their Babylonian Talmud supersedes the Bible in authority, and it says blasphemous things such as:
– “Jesus is in hell, being boiled in “hot excrement.” Gittin 57a
– “Jesus’s mother was a whore who played the harlot with carpenters.” Shabbath 104b – “Christians are allied with hell, and Christianity is worse than incest.” Abodah Zara 17a – “Just the Jews are humans, the non-Jews are no humans, but cattle.” Kerithuth 6b

Who are the Ashkenazi anyway?
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Temple Man – Part 2

Are you biblically healthy? While there are more than eighty different Hebrew terms for body parts, there is no word for the body as a whole as we think of it today. As we study what it truly means to be Temples of the Living Elohim, we can look to the model of the earthly temple to understand the intricacies of the three-fold man, perfect in health and healing.

Obadiah – Part 2 “The Sephardic-Ashkenazi-Edomite confederacy over Biblical Israel and the fight for dominance”

Why all the turmoil in the land of Israel? Obadiah is a multi layered prophecy addressing historical events after the division of the House of Israel. Through the division of this House and a series of allegiances in the past and present, those who have taken the land have no claim to what they are truly trying to take; the name of Israel.

Awakening from the end of a Sleep Cycle

Are you worshipping in Ruach and Emet? In these perilous times, many are sensing that there are problems with both the Institutional Church and the Messianic/Hebrew Roots. Those proclaiming these false gospels by either denying the Son or watering down the New Testament message. As believers today, we need an awakening to the Living Son in his fullness as High Priest.

Obadiah – Part 1 “The Sephardic-Ashkenazi-Edomite confederacy over Biblical Israel and the fight for dominance”

Why all the turmoil in the land of Israel? Obadiah is a multi layered prophecy addressing historical events after the division of the House of Israel. Through the division of this House and a series of allegiances in the past and present, those who have taken the land have no claim to what they are truly trying to take; the name of Israel.

The Awakening of Israel – Part 1

Do you know the Bible teaches that there is only one church? By the Messiah’s own words, He came only for the lost sheep of the House of Israel. Only through Him can we attach back to the promises of blessing and inheritance that were given to Abraham. This is the thrust of the whole of Scripture!

The Awakening of Israel – Part 2

Do you know the Bible teaches that there is only one church? By the Messiah’s own words, He came only for the lost sheep of the House of Israel. Only through Him can we attach back to the promises of blessing and inheritance that were given to Abraham. This is the thrust of the whole of Scripture!

Lazarus Comes Forth

Who is Lazarus? In Chapter 11 of his gospel, John records the raising of Lazarus. While many know this to be a tale of Yahusha’s victory over the grave in our lives, most miss the deeper meaning. As we grow in our understanding of the true identity, we find that the story of Lazarus is not simply a story of personal resurrection, but the restoration of the House of Israel.

The Feast of Unleavened Bread – Topical Teaching

What is leaven? As we approach Chag Ha’Matzot/Feast of Unleavened Bread, we are called to examine our house and remove the leaven. If our focus is more on cleaning baking products out of our cupboards than examining our lives and cleaning out the sin, we miss the gravitas of the feast. We need to remove the leaven of the old man and replace it with the leaven of Yahusha, The Bread of Life.

Temple Man – Part 1

Are you biblically healthy? While there are more than eighty different Hebrew terms for body parts, there is no word for the body as a whole as we think of it today. As we study what it truly means to be Temples of the Living Elohim, we can look to the model of the earthly temple to understand the intricacies of the three-fold man, perfect in health and healing.

Ephesians Hebraically – Intro

Who were the Ephesians? As we begin our study of the text, we examine the historical and cultural climates for Ephesus, as well as the nature of authorship and theme of the letter.Through spiritual maturity and an indwelling of the Ruach, we move from doctrine and reasoned argument, to doxology and prayer.

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