Newsletter March 2017

Recently I was on the phone with close friends and realized that less than a year ago we didn’t even know each other. If we hadn’t received the message of the Melchizedek with an open heart and “blood-tipped” ears, we may have never met.

It is truly amazing how the Ruach HaKodesh is always moving behind the scenes to bring her people together in relationship and in accordance with YHWH’s appointed times. And as the countdown to Shavuot continues, and my personal journey focuses on the work I must do to get ready, I find myself torn between… Read More ⇢


Disclaimer: The writings and views of the author are not necessarily the views of “Torah to the Tribes”. Articles may contain personal opinion and/or beliefs that may not be endorsed by “Torah to the Tribes”. For our Affirmation of Truth click here.

Those of us who spend a part of our weekly Shabbat taking in the Torah to the Tribes live stream are accustomed to hearing the names John and Steve mentioned by Matthew when addressing the men behind the scenes. You’ve probably glimpsed the back of their heads or seen them rushing to get a mic in front of a person eager to ask a question at the end of each teaching. I know I have.

Recognizing that every successful ministry (or assembly) begins on a foundation of called, willing and committed servant leaders, we thought we would continue to focus on the people behind the scenes at Torah to the Tribes. I recently spoke with T4’s John Henrick via phone and asked him to pull back the curtain on his life and share how he got involved with the assembly in Salem. Read More ⇢

Disclaimer: The writings and views of the author are not necessarily the views of “Torah to the Tribes”. Articles may contain personal opinion and/or beliefs that may not be endorsed by “Torah to the Tribes”. For our Affirmation of Truth click here.

Kosher Korner

While at our Passover celebration this year the talk I heard over and over among the ladies was about kombucha, kefir, sourdough… Read More ⇢

Hebrew Word of the Month

Ruach HaKodesh: The Set-Apart Spirit or Holy Spirit. The Ruach HaKodesh is always female in the Tanakh. Review “All About the Ruach” teaching.

As we learn more Hebrew letters we begin to visualize this beautiful story of a father and his family woven throughout the Scriptures. We begin to see how our patriarchs and matriarchs lived daily life as they traveled from place-to-place, providing food and water for themselves and their flocks.

The busy nomadic camps would sustain as many as fifty people, which included generations… Read More ⇢


Disclaimer: The writings and views of the author are not necessarily the views of “Torah to the Tribes”. Articles may contain personal opinion and/or beliefs that may not be endorsed by “Torah to the Tribes”. For our Affirmation of Truth click here.

Torah to the Tribes streamed a beautiful Passover service from Salem, Oregon that featured one of Matthew’s most powerful teachings. Those of us who weren’t able to travel to Oregon gathered in homes, campsites and other locations around the world to Mikvah, worship, fellowship and feast.

Tzadiks who gathered at Palmetto State Park in Gonzales, Texas began the day facing rainstorms, hail and uncertainty as we traveled across the state (and Louisiana) to be together for this important feast day. Although the rain cleared out and the sunshine broke through the clouds by early afternoon, we faced another setback — about 15 minutes in, we lost the live stream from Salem. But what S.a.tan meant for evil, YHWH meant for good. The brothers and sisters who gathered together stepped up and prayed, partook in the bread and wine, washed each other’s feet, and finished the ceremony. It drew us together as a community and made the gathering all the more meaningful. Here are a few photo memories from our Texas Passover.

Question of the Month

Q: Why is it that sometimes I feel as if the Holy Spirit is not with me?

A: Sanctification is the most important thing for drawing near to the Holy Spirit. When we defile ourselves with sinful thoughts and wicked imaginations, there is a blocking of the companionship of the Holy Spirit. So we need to take inventory of our lives. Certain behaviors that we engage in defile us and put up barriers between us and the Holy Spirit. We must change our behavior in order to press into the Spirit. You do this through prayer, fasting, study, and by having a gentle peaceable spirit.

 


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