Most everyone that I know would agree that Christ fulfilled the Law. But what does that really mean? It seems this is the problem. Though many may be saying the same thing, their definition of fulfill proves they are meaning polar opposites. So what is YOUR definition of fulfill?+ More details
In Matthew 5:17, Yeshua said He came to fulfill the law, to PLEROO the Law of God. The Greek word PLEROO means to fully preach. This means that Yeshua said He came to FULLY PREACH the Law of God. We submit that if Yeshua FULLY PREACHED the Law of God, then perhaps we should listen to what our Messiah preached.+ More details
THE MESSIAH AND THE TORAH Pastor Mark Biltz Session 5 What did Yeshua think of the Torah? We will look at verses in three key chapters of the Gospels seeing that Yeshua taught that the Torah was to be carried and taught wherever the disciples went. It was the document teaching the redeemed how to walk in righteousness. Matt 5 / Matt 28 / Luke 24 Our purpose is to show that: • Yeshua came to properly interpret Torah not replace it. • Yeshua instructed His disciples to teach Torah to their students • Yeshua set the interpretative principle when He said the Torah is all about Himself.+ More details
In this video, we see the meteoric rise of international sensation Rock 'n' Roll David and the rapid decline of Steven and Tanner's during-the-set confidence. Rock 'n' Roll David Will Never Die. www.dikembe.bandcamp.com @dikembedudes www.youblewit.bandcamp.com @youblewit+ More details
Emphasis – Hebrews: Volume four of this ongoing series. Two hours of line by line, verse by verse exegesis of scripture with heavy emphasis on Hebrews. Like Galatians, Ephesians, Colossians, Romans and other epistles…this can be difficult to grasp unless we are willing to take things in context. We have to consider the audience, the theme of the letter and even the setting in which it was penned. This detailed look at Hebrews sheds light on several areas of misunderstanding as people often extract verses out of context which appear to be against Abba’s commandments. Several questions will be answered. Was Messiah “under the law?” Did He find fault with the torah? Who is our covering? Did Messiah’s first coming render the torah obsolete? What are some things that serve as a veil? What does it mean to fulfill the law and the prophets? What about domineering leaders that covet you?+ More details
http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/90-433 I want you to open the Scripture, this morning, to the first chapter of the gospel of Luke. Luke chapter 1, Luke chapter 1, this is a long chapter, it has 80 verses in it. We're just going to go to the very end of it and I want to read you the closing words of this chapter, words that fit perfectly into the little series we're doing to lay the groundwork for our study of Christ in the Old Testament. We've called this little series, "Finding the Lord Jesus Christ in the Old Testament." This would be message number four in that brief series, which is really the foundation of the groundwork for going to the Old Testament and finding Christ in all the places that He has so majestically presented there. But the text that is before us we'll pick up in Luke chapter 1 at the point of the birth of John the Baptist that would be verse 57. "The time had come for Elizabeth to give birth and she gave birth to a son. Her neighbors and her relatives heard that the Lord had displayed His great mercy toward her and they were rejoicing with her. And it happened that on the eighth day they came to circumcise the child and they were going to call him Zacharias after his father. "But his mother answered and said, 'No, indeed, but he must be called John.' And they said to her, 'There is no one among your relatives who is called by that name.' And they made signs to his father as to what he wanted him called. And he asked for a tablet and wrote as follows, 'His name is John.' And they were all astonished. And at once his mouth was opened and his tongue loosed and he began to speak in praise of God. Fear came on all those living around them and all these matters were being talked about in all the hill country of Judea. All who heard them kept them in mind, saying, "What then will this child turn out to be? For the hand of the Lord was certainly with him. "And his father Zacharias was filled with the Holy Spirit and prophesied saying, "Blessed be the Lord God of Israel, for He has visited us and accomplished redemption for His people and has raised up a horn of salvation for us in the house of David, His servant. "As he spoke by the mouth of his holy prophets from of old. Salvation from our enemies, and from the hand of all who hate us, to show mercy toward our fathers and to remember His holy covenant, the oath which He swore to Abraham, our father, to grant us that we being rescued from the hand of our enemies, might serve him without fear in holiness and righteousness before Him all our days. "And you, child, will be called the prophet of the Most High, for you will go on before the Lord to prepare His ways, to give to His people the knowledge of salvation by the forgiveness of their sins because of the tender mercy of our God with which the Sunrise from on high will visit us to shine upon those who sit in darkness in the shadow of death to guide our feet into the way of peace. And the child continued to grow and to become strong in spirit and he lived in the deserts until the day of his public appearance to Israel."...+ More details
Pastor Randy Skeete started the evangelistic campaign "A New Day" at the University SDA Church, Los Angeles on 4/2/11. This crusade has ended on 4/23/11. Meetings were held every evening at 7 PM. In addition he spoke at the Sabbath worship services on 4/9/11, 4/16/11 and 4/23/11 at 11AM. This sermon, number 25 in the series, was delivered on the Sabbath, 4/23/11 at noon during divine worship service. God told Abram, â€˜And I will make of thee a great nationâ€™ (Gen. 12:2). But when Abraham died, he did not see that. When Abram was called, he sojourned in the land of promise by faith (Heb 11:9). God promised Abraham that he will have the promised land; his seed will have the land (Gen 12:7). When Sarah died, Abraham bought a piece of land from Ephron the Hittite to bury her (Gen 23:16-19). He had no land; he had no title when he died without seeing the promise that God had made. Bible tells us God cannot lie (Num. 23:19, Titus 1:2). More...+ More details
Barbara Clare, director of the Career Academies of Seminole, gives her perspective on the word, "Fulfillment."+ More details
Do you ever feel trapped on the sidelines? Is life passing you by and you aren’t able to do a thing about it? Find courage from a man who was a prisoner in his paralysed body for 38 years before he finally realised his hopes and dreams. Join the conversation at https://www.itiswrittenoceania.tv/watch/he-saved-me-from-the-sidelines-touch-of-freedom-series or on Facebook at http://facebook.com/itiswrittenoceania Request your free copy of this weeks offer while stocks last at http://www.itiswrittenoceania.tv/read/blogs/free-offers (Australian and New Zealand residents only)+ More details
We all look for happiness in life. We try to do good works or seek for pleasure. Somehow, none of these things fill us. There is only one way to find true fulfillment. This truth of this filling is found in Scripture. As you watch this video, you will be pointed to the true source of fulfillment, and how this will overflow to others.+ More details
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