|Written by Aviyah|
|Tuesday, 15 February 2011 16:08|
Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff Rabbi James Isaiah 9:6-10
Why do distractions come? Many are the afflictions of the righteous, but Yahweh delivers them out of them all. In this teaching Rabbi takes a closer look at the signs of the coming of Messiah. We have to prepare for His coming; while we wait obstacles will comes to distract us from helping in the advancing of the kingdom.
Preparing For The Messiah: Don Not Conform Rabbis Leviticus 11:29-33, Numbers 19:15, 2 Timothy 2:21
Do you really believe that when you are defiling yourself that The Holy Spirit is within you? We are called to be vessels of value and to be clean so The Spirit of Yahweh can dwell within us. What happened when Sampson's hair was cut and the Philistines attacked him? The Word says, "He shook himself and Yahweh was not with him......" Yahshuah is our covering, so does that mean we can continue in sin so that Grace will abound? Rabbi Shaul says, No let it not be.
Knowing and Understanding Our Defense System Rabbi II Psalm 119:1-16
What do you think about when you think about your body defense system? In the beginning we were create with our defense system. In the garden man and woman were light ‘Or’ in the Hebrew. They were transparent and filled with light. The best defense system is light. This is why evil things are done in the dark because no one can see, but when light comes into play we have an automatic defense system. The Torah is the light and Divine Law of Yahweh; when we walk in the Torah we walk in the light and therefore have a Divine defense system. Why do we constantly try to walk in the defense of our flesh?
What Time Is It? Rabbi James Jeremiah 29:10-14
What time is it really? The eventual return of our Messiah brings many questions. As we search for answers we must realize who we are and who He is returning for. Jeremiah 30 states the Yahweh will turn back the captivity of His people and return us to the land that He gave to our Fathers. Who are those fathers? Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
Preparing For The Messiah Rabbis John 9:4
What should we do to prepare for the coming of our Messiah? All things presently point to His soon return. As we prepare we are called by the Scriptures to work until he comes. We have to make a conscience decision to proclaim the Name of Yahweh and His Salvation Yahshuah to the masses.
How Well Is Your Well? part 1 Rabbi James II
How Well Is Your Well part 1
How Well Is Your Well part 2
What are wells? The land holds underground wells that allow us to tap into them so we have clean water to drink and survive in our society. How does this relate to Yahshuah being the Living Water and us having Him flowing from us? Rabbi James II teaches on how Yahshuah is the Living Water. Rabbi II teaches on the deeper meaning of what Messiah meant when He said, “If anyone thirsts, let him come to Me, and let him who believes in Me drink.…. and out of their bellies shall flow rivers of living waters.
The Kinsman Redeemer Rabbi James I Ruth 1:1-9, 16-17
Why did Yahweh say the day man sins he will die? In the story of Ruth, she is called an inhabitant of the land of Moab. She follows her Mother-in-Law back to Judah and ultimately meets and marries her Boaz. How does this relate to Yahshuah as our Kinsman Redeemer, as Adam sinned and died Yahshuah lived and built up the house of His fallen brother?
Garments to Yahweh Rabbis AviYah Exodus 28:2-3
Why are the garments of the priests the Hebrew word Beged? This word means treachery giving credence to the work that the sons of Levi did in conjunction with the golden calf. Rabbis AviYah gives understanding on the garments of the priest and what is expected of us as priest to the advancement of the kingdom of Yahweh.
Having No Other gods: There Can Be Only One Rabbi II Exodus 20:2-3
Yahweh commands us to not have any other gods before Him. What does that really mean? Father makes it clear but, it goes deeper than just gods of other peoples. Rabbi II explains the deeper matters concerning having other gods. We have to take a Joshua stance. What other gods have you established over your life?
The African Diaspora Rabbi James I
What people was Yahweh referring to when He spoke in Genesis 15:13 and then Steven repeats it in Acts 7:6-7. These are speaking of a people that were dispersed throughout the world. One group in particular is the group taken from the continent of Africa. In this message of inclusion Rabbi James I gives pertinent information Scripturally and Historically on the largest forced migration in history.
What Will I Give….Give and It Will Be Given To You Rabbis AviYah Luke 6:38
How many levels of giving can we mention? Unfortunately the established church system places a large weight of giving on the monetary level; making it unbalanced when declaring the function of giving in conjunction with reaping. As we journey through the thoughts of giving let's see how this is already established in many levels, but the principal remains the same....seed to harvest.
The Power of Praise and Worship Part 3 Exodus 25:8 Rabbi II
Why were the children of Israel commanded to make the temple of Yahweh? Yahweh wanted from the very beginning to dwell with His people. Rabbi Shaul said, “Know that you are the temple of The Living Elohim”. The reason we praise and worship The Most High is because we were created to do so. Giving The Father the Esteem due Him is part of our very existence. Rabbi II expounds on the importance of knowing why we Praise and Worship The Most High “My being makes it’s boast in Yahweh, let the humble hear it and be glad!”
The African Diaspora Continued part2 Rabbi James I
Who were the people called the ten lost tribes of Israel? History repeats itself so the past becomes the future. If this is the case then life is a cycle, and if a cycle we can search for our past to help understand our future. Yahweh has left ‘manna’ so that His people will know His Esteem.
The African Diaspora Continued Rabbi James I
Do we consider who the ten lost tribes of Israel are? The word Diaspora is comprised to two words meaning to scatter. There are many nations that took blacks from the continent of Africa. These people were recorded in documents. Who were these people and where did they all go?
Motes & Planks; Specks & Floorboards, Yahweh Deliver Me From Self-Righteousness So That I Will Be Effective, Rabbis AviYah James 1:17-27
Why did Messiah judge the religious powers in His day? When we look at a person who we feel has less knowledge or understanding than ourselves; we can sometimes be judgmental. In these situations we can do more harm to the advancement of the kingdom. James chapter one states that it is like a man who looks at himself in the mirror and then forgets what he looks like once he turns away from it. This is not the Righteousness of The Master Yahweh.
The Power o f Praise and Worship part 2 Rabbi James II Exodus 25:1-8
What is Praise and Worship? Rabbi II continues this series on What Praise and Worship is and what the sacrificial system compares to worship. Looking at the dwelling place Yahweh wanted His presence with His people; this represents Yahweh’s love for His people.
Ruth: A Moabite or an Inhabitant of the Land? Rabbi James I Joshua 22:10, 28, Ruth 1:1-5, Judges 3:1-6
What is the actual ancestry of Ruth? The Word says that she is a woman from the field of Moab. Many look at his reading as she is a descendant of Moab. Is she? Rabbi teaches on the habitational line of Ruth called the Moabite, as she struggles with her adopted family; could it be that she too is already of the lineage of Jacob?
Casting Down Imaginations: Knowing the Mind of Yahweh Rabbis AviYah II Corinthians 10:2-6
What is in the mind of man? Now, what is in the Mind of Yahweh? We must get our thoughts in-line with the thoughts of Yahweh, His plan for us and know that we may have evil thoughts and that they don’t always come from us. The desire of this flesh is there, but we can cast those things down so that we remain I the mind of Yahweh. The Spirit of Elohim is in us therefore He reveals His thoughts to us His people.
Praise and Worship Rabbi James II Psalm 34:1-8
Why do we praise and worship? O, taste and see that Yahweh is Good…this is a call to praise and worship. When we praise do we really understand what we are doing. There is the experience of seeing and exampling then there is the experience of sampling or tasting. Which would you prefer the example or the actual partaking of The Father’s Goodness?
What I believe Rabbi James I Revelation Chapter 12
What do you believe concerning the regathering of Israel? Revelation chapter 12 apears to be a picture of the regathering of Israel. Using the past and the future concerning the bride who is protected from the dragon. The number that cannot be numbered will be protected in the wilderness by the Most High; just as Boaz covered Ruth with his garment so will Yahweh cover his bride with his garment during that time in the wilderness.
Obedience Rabbis AviYah Deuteronomy 6:4; Mark 12:29
What does obedience Really Mean? The Hebrew word for obedience is Sh'ma. When we recite the Sh'ma we are saying that we as a people set apart to The Most High Yah are called to be obedient to His Word. The Command that The Most High gives is to Love Him with every ounce of our being, not just walking out the rituals but, loving the right to walk in His love letter to us....that's when we receive the freedom and liberty, wisdom and understanding and most of all the fear of Yahweh.
Stop Putting Words in My Mouth Rabbi James II Deuteronomy 18:13-22
Why does Yahweh constantly distinguish between Israel and the nations? We need to truly understand what we are called to do. Our walk is different from those of the nations. Yahweh's plan for His people is very different from that of those who are not His. We have the covenant of the Most High therefore we are not just living from day to day.
The Seven Factor Rabbi James I Matthew 24:32
Why does Yahshuah reference the fig tree? Using patterns Yahshuah reveals to us the time of the seventh year of release. These are hidden within the seven Holy Days of Yahweh. Rabbi Shaul tells us in I Thessalonians chapter five that we know the times and seasons therefore he does not have to speak to us concerning them, but that’s only if you know. The parable of the ten virgins tells us that some are wise and others are foolish; the wise know the times and keep them but the foolish do not know which why they are left out when the Bridegroom comes. This teaching illustrates the facts that are given in the Torah concerning redemption.
Yahweh Send the Rain Rabbis AviYah Deuteronomy 32:2
Why is there such a negative connotation when one speaks about rain? It is important as people of Yahweh that we know what He means when He says He will send rain. Rain cultivates our soil naturally and spiritually, as we sow seed into the ground we expect to receive a harvest. This time of year right after Sukkot is the sowing time so we should ask Yahweh for the rain; the former and latter to first pound the soil hard to send the seed deeper and then the latter water what has been growing. We have to be careful though that our seed is in good soil because foreign soil will bring forth a ‘foreign’ seed.
Rightly Dividing The Word of Truth Rabbi James II II Timothy 2:15
What happens when we rightly divide the Word of Yahweh? We are called to present Yahshuah to the people who call themselves set apart to The One, True and Living Elohim of the universe but, we can sometimes give so much too quickly that it seems to do more harm than good giving them the whole mountain when we should begin with The Stone. We are called to be skillful fishers of 'men' as Yahshuah told Kepha (Peter) casting our nets into the sea so that the kingdom of Yahweh can be advanced
What Do You Believe: Belief is the Substance Rabbi James I Hebrews Chapter 11
Why do the people who say that they are set apart to the One, True and Living Elohim find it difficult to keep the teachings and instructions of the One who they claim to serve? With so many different beliefs we must take the time to ask what do we belief. Rabbi James I continues in his series of teachings on this topic.
Tabernacles: The Day of Preparation Rabbis AviYah Matthew 25:1-12
What is the Scriptural day of preparation? It’s a period of time; not as in one day but as in the amount of time given that falls before the time of the return or coming of The Messiah. Why is it that people who claim to be of the One, True and Living Elohim believe that Messiah is coming, but they really do nothing to prepare for His return?
Yom Kippur Rabbi James II Jeremiah 6:21; Isaiah 57:12
Who do you go to when a device breaks? Yahweh is our Manufacturer therefore during this time of Atonement we return to Yahweh to be repaired. Atonement simply means that we make, what is called in the Hebrew, T’shuvah which means to return or to turn back. Yahshuah took away the sin and covered us, even with the sacrificial system which was merely a band aid until the Great Sacrificial Lamb came to atone for us once and for all. In His Work we are restored. As you cry out to Yahweh why He has not answered you, but you do not head His Voice in keeping His Day. Why does the church rush to keep a 40-day fast at lent, but can’t fast the one day that Yahweh calls us to?
Restoration: The 2nd Sign Rabbi James I Matthew 25:5-; I Thessalonians 4:15-18; Joel 2:1And we shall be caught away to be with Messiah, is this the ‘rapture’ theory? The catching way of the people of Yahweh is used to refer to the return of Yahshuah on the Mount of Olives and we will be brought to where He is to be with Him. The Feast of Yahweh point to the return of Messiah and tell us that He is soon to come. We are preparing for the restoration of all Israel as stated by the prophets, Joel, Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel. Can you really be His if you are not obedient to His Call?
The Holy Days, Creation: Messiah Yahshuah The Fulfillment Rabbi James II Matthew 5:17 & 19; 16Why does Yahshuah say the He didn’t come to destroy the law? Matthew 5 Verse 16 tells us that works are important, and therefore the walk of Righteousness is much more than words it includes work. Yahweh’s Grace is so great in the lives of His people and because of that we are told all through His Word that if we are obedient to all that He says we will prosper and be called His people. The Holy Days of Yahweh are spoken of in Leviticus and we as people of The Most High are commanded to observe them forever. This is part of our work to The Most High, as they tell of Messiah’s return. Rabbi II relates the days of creation to the holy days and also to our Wonderful Messiah Yahshuah.
I Came For What Was Mine: Yahshuah The Great Shepherd Rabbis AviYah Exodus 22:9
Why does Yahshuah say in Matthew 15:24 I was sent to the lost sheep of the house of Israel? Messiah made it very plan during His time on earth that He came to retrieve what was once His. We were lost in the darkness of the nations thinking that we were gentiles, and then our wonderful Deliverer came to redeem us; as we were lost. Now that we are redeemed we must return to the ways that Yahweh our King has placed before His people. Those ways never changed. Man changed according to Daniel 7:25. In this teaching Rabbis AviYah relates the return of the lost sheep to a deeper accountability in the keeping of Yahweh’s Moadim or Appointed Times also known as the Holy days.
What Do You Believe: Even Demons Believe Rabbi James I Hebrews 2:11-13Even Demons Believe
Even demons believe, what makes you different from them? The path that Father Yahweh called us to is the walk of the Torah, to keep the Sabbath and the Commandments of Yahweh. Why then is it so difficult for the people who call themselves the house of The One, True and Living Elohim of all creation to walk in His Righteousness which are His Teachings and Instructions or Laws? Rabbi James I continues in the series “What Do You Believe?”
Bondage vs Freedom Rabbi James II Deuteronomy 6:16 - 25; Exodus 16:7 & 8
Why is it so hard to accept that Yahweh wrote His Laws and not Moses? Many believe that The Father’s Teachings and Instructions otherwise known as the Torah or Commandments were written by Moses the prophet of The Most High, but what they fail to realize is that Moses did not write these important Words; Yahweh wrote them with His finger on two tablets. Rabbi James II teaches on the liberty of walking the righteous lifestyle of the Torah of which Yahweh Himself states is our wisdom. Do we understand that living under Yahweh’s Commandments is not burdensome? That’s what Yahshuah said in Matthew 11:30.
And You Shall Keep the Shabbat: The Laws of Aguddah Rabbis Aviyah Exodus 31:12 & 13; Galatians 1:1-10; John 5:43-45
What are the laws of aguddah? This is a Hebrew idiom for exercising authority as in to prohibit or permit. This law also holds true to the understanding of the earth being bound to the heavens. All through the Scriptures Yahweh instructs His people concerning them being bound to Him by His Covenant sign which is the Sabbath. Rabbis AviYah asks the question in this teaching, by whose word are you bound?
Faith: What Do You Believe? Rabbi James I Acts 16:30What Do You Believe?
What do you believe? What is faith and how do you measure the amount of faith that you have? In the traditional teachings of the church today men hit you with the ‘Job Syndrome’, “You just don’t have enough faith.” Rabbi James I teaches on the relevance of believe from a Scriptural standpoint by showing the correct interpretation of belief which is the Hebrew word ‘emunah.’
Leadership Appreciation Rabbi James II I Kings 18:13-18, Isaiah 58:1, Habakkuk 1:2-4
If Ahab was a king of Israel why did he call Elijah (Eliyahu) the “disturber of Israel?” We are called to wake up those who are walking wrong and lift up our voices to the people who say that they are of The one, True and Living Elohim of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and tell them of their wrong doings. Rabbi II ministers during MHG’s leadership appreciation on this much needed topic. Leaders today sometimes find themselves following the ba'als; the 'lords' of this world opposed to following the Word of The Most High. We are called to cry out and disturb people so that they will turn back to the ways of Yahweh.
And You Shall Keep My Shabbat Series: The Spirit of The Sabbath Rabbis AviYah Exodus 31:13; Luke 14:26-30The Spirit of the Shabbat
Why is there so much controversy surrounding the keeping of The Sabbath? This question is asked in just about every Christian/Hebrew assembly in the world. The seventh day of the week was set apart by Yahweh The Most High and He commanded His people to guard it and set it apart, and this message is relayed in 18 books of the Scripture Old and Renewed Covenant. Why then the controversy? Rabbis AviYah teaches on this subject as it relates to man’s relationship with The Father and how Yahshuah specifically tells people around Him that if they do not deny everything common and intimate to them that they cannot not be His disciples.
Establishing Truth Rabbi James II Titus
Why was Rabbi Shaul speaking as he did to Titus concerning the assembly at Crete? Shaul was teaching Titus that the body of Messiah should be driven by the Word, not by man. As we look in detail at this writing we see that Shaul was trying to have this assembly established in Truth. I Corinthians 6:2 says that we as the set apart ones of Yahweh will judge the world. Why do we then accept man’s words and ways over The Most Highs’ and why do we continue to believe that we should not judge wrong doings? Why does it seem that sometimes in the body of Messiah we quarrel over silly topics opposed to reaching out to those who are lost? Is this not the True ministry of Messiah? Rabbi II expounds on this topic in this teaching which is as old as time….Who will you obey?
The Measure of a Man Rabbi James I Genesis 2:28
Are the beasts of the prophecies of Daniel and Revelation the same? This teaching is a comparative analysis of the statue in the book of Daniel as a time-line; which depicts 6 cultural changes with the six one being the Stone that topples all prior cultures. Rabbi James I gives deeper understanding concerning the relevance of the two beasts of Daniel and Revelation and what we as believers should look for concerning the return of our Wonderful Messiah Yahshuah.
And You Shall Keep The Shabbat Rabbis AviYah Genesis 2:3, Leviticus 23:1-3
Yahweh set aside some time to rest. He had completed all His work of creation and in the 2nd verse of the 3rd chapter of Genesis He rested on the seventh day from all His work that He had done, but He didn’t just rest He also placed a Blessing on it. He separated it (“Kadesh” “Set Apart”) to be honored, be treated as sacred, to be consecrated, to cause Himself, Yahweh, to be hallowed. How did the Sabbath become common even after Father specifically selected it out of all the days of the week?
Yahshuah: Son of Judah Rabbi James I Genesis 49:10, 48:16-19
"The scepter shall not turn aside from Yehudah, nor lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh comes." The King and the kingdom, haws was Yahshuah the Son of David? Rabbi James I continues his quest for truth concerning the blood kinship of Yahshuah HaMoshiach.
The Holy Spirit: Pentecost Rabbi James II John 16:13Did the Spirit of Yahweh come in Acts 2? The giving of the Torah happened at Mount Sinai and at that same Appointed Time Yahweh poured out His Spirit on His people in the book of Acts on the Day of The Out-Pouring Better known as the Feast of Pentecost. Rabbi II gives understanding on the Spirit that was received and how it was manifested both on Mt. Sinai and in the upper room. The Word and Spirit of Yahweh are synonymous. When we walk in accordance to the Word of Yahweh men will ask what must we do to be saved.
Yahweh Does not Change! Rabbis AviYah Malachi 3:6, II Thessalonians 2:3-12
What did Father mean when He said “For I am Yahweh, I shall not change,“Kee Ani YAHWEH Lo Shawnaw.” The word ‘shawnaw’ means literally to repeat or to do again; to change or alter. What Father meant in this statement is the work that He did in the beginning was a finished work. Rabbis AviYah shares understanding on what we should be as it relates to change…Yahweh states that He does not have to repeat anything that He has instituted. In this walk as Hebrew believers we should not change in our dedication to walk in the way of the Most High's Commandments under any circumstances for we are choosen to be a ‘light’ to the nations of His Truth.
Kinsman Redeemer Rabbi James I Exodus 19:9
Is Yahshuah of the tribe of Judah? The study of the history of the lineage of Messiah is an intriguing topic that has been discussed throughout time. Matthew and Luke give lineage information but one goes through the line of Joseph and the other refers to the lineage of Miriam (Mary). Rabbi James teaches on this topic through research of many resources that he has found to uncover how Yahshuah is both by blood King and Priest.
Accountability According to Torah: Healthy Relationships Rabbi James II
How was the earth created? Many times when we think of the Torah we think of restrictions, but in all actuality the Torah gives clarity of what is right and what is wrong in the sight of Yahweh. Father created this world to be a utopia and in that utopia there were laws set in the earth that govern everything from the times and seasons to gravity that holds everything in place. Those laws still remain today. Rabbi II teaches on the importance of understanding relationships according to Yahweh’s plan and how they affect our lives daily as we relate to every other part of creation. Stewardship is included in those laws and is a significant part of The Father’s plan for His people; are we our brother's keeper?
The Power That Yahweh Has Put In Us Rabbi James II Genesis 1:3
We are created in Yahweh’s image. When we speak and act a certain way we trigger a power within us to make what we say or how we act to come into being. Rabbi James II expounds on the Hebrew understanding of sowing with our mouth and actions. We should at all times be conscience of what we are sowing. Have you sown a bad seed? Even if it is one time…….that one seed maybe the one that produces the 100 fold.
Yahweh’s Treasure: What is Sin Rabbis AviYah
What is Yahweh’s Treasure? Psalm 119 speaks of a love that the writer has for the Commands and Torah of The Most High and how dear that love is for The Word. Then why is sin so prevalent in not just the society that we live in, but also in the Church? The fourth chapter of Deuteronomy states that Yahweh’s Torah is our wisdom and that the nations will look at us and say that we are a wise nation; Rabbi Shaul (Paul) goes on to say in the seventh chapter of Romans that he did not know what sin was except by the Torah. With that being said, how can we toss out our measuring tool and be found righteous in the sight of Yahweh? Is that possible?
Yom HaBikkurim: Day of The First Fruits Rabbi James I Hebrews 10: 1-18
Why does Yahshuah say that He came in the volume or fullness of the writings of the scroll or book? The fullness of the writings of the Word all tell of our Wonderful Messiah. Does Yahshuah take delight in us passing up any part of The Writings, because all Scripture tells of Him. Rabbi explains that Psalm 40:7 and Hebrews 10:7 all speak of Yahshuah and He comes to do the desire of The Father. Are we correct when we walk outside of Yahweh’s Laws when they are those that bear witness of Messiah? Who are the first fruit of the nations.
Rising Without Leaven Rabbi James II Genesis 4:7
How can we rise in Messiah without Sin? The five ‘R’s Remember, Regret, Repent, Refocus, Remain this is the process of forgiveness. We should never feel comfortable in doing sin. Even when we feel the sin we are doing ‘feels’ good; we must learn to conquer that by understand the sin to be able to master it. Leaven has a distorted quality where it puffs up to rise to look like it’s more than what it is. Rabbi James II teaches on this subject on the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread. How much leaven does it take to leaven a large lump of dough?
Passover: Should Believers Observe It? Rabbis AviYah
What does Passover also called Pesach mean to the believer? To many in the Christian Church Passover is merely a Jewish Festival that Jewish people do each year which seems to be the equivalent of easter. Why would we as believers in The One, True and Living Elohim relate His Appointed Time of Passover to a pagan ritual? The Passover is commanded by Yahweh to be kept by His people forever and that we are always to remember it because that was the time that He Himself Leaped over Israel and destroyed the enemy of Israel. The telling of the story of how this occurred is in the book of Exodus. Since it is an everlasting Covenant between Yahweh and His people why does the traditional Church not keep it? Rabbis AviYah asks seven questions that relate directly to the actual account of the Passover and the death and ascension of Messiah Yahshuah Who gave His Blood for us to be redeemed and delivered from oppression.
The Resurrection Rabbi James I Matthew 25:1-12
Why does Messiah relate the kingdom of Heaven as ten virgins? The resurrection of Messiah directly relates to the Holy Days / Appointed Times of Yahweh. The virgins are used symbolically to show the characteristics of the house of Israel; some are follish, sme are wise. Rabbi James I gives a clear picture of how the foolish and wise virgins depict the current house of Israel. Are you a foolish servant or a wise one?
Sowing and Planting; Reaping and Harvesting Rabbi James II
How deep does Colossians 3:23 go in our Spiritual walk with Yahweh? We bind and loose with our tongues and everything that we do speaks to everyone around us. The Word in Jeremiah states that when we as believers say “As Yahweh lives,’ in truth, in right-ruling, and in righteousness – then nations shall bless themselves in Him, and they shall boast in Him!” Can this happen if we are sowing words/actions of negativity and people look on and see the dark seed that we are sowing. Rabbi James II expounds on this topic and gives ample Scriptural witnesses concerning how we are supposed to view our everyday walk in conjunction with our Spiritual walk. How does this concept measure up in your life as a believer?
Remember the Place of Promise Rabbis AviYah
Why does Father Yahweh send His people to a place that He promises when He knows that famine is on the way? Provision and promise is not always the same place. Often scarcities come when we are in the place where Yahweh has called us, so what do we do when we find ourselves in the place of promise and famine hits? Rabbis AviYah teaches on this subject to bring understanding to what we should do in these times of crisis.
On the Seat of Moses Rabbi James I
What does Yahshuah mean when He says "They sit on the seat of Moses?" Rabbi James answers this and other questions concerning the keeping of the Commandments and the spirit in which we are called to keep them. What is the Torah of return? This teaching will explain just what that means to us as a people set apart to the One, True and Living Elohim of the universe.
Religion vs Relationship: Why We Observe The Feast of Tabernacles Rabbi James II
Why do we keep the Feast of Tabernacles? In our culture we are asked this question quit often, "why do you keep those days, aren't they for the Jews?" Funny that no one ever asks why others celebrate pagan days and rituals of the church, but feel strongly that we as commandment keepers, in their assumption, feel that we should not honor the days that the Almighty Yahweh commands us to observe and keep. Did Yahshuah (Jesus) really release us from the Appointed Times of Yahweh? Does that make sense? In this teaching Rabbi James II will help bring light to these and other questions.
A Word Brings Death or Life Rabbis AviYah Proverbs 18:21
Proverbs 18:21 gives us the reality of the power of a word. A word can yank one back to life or shove one to their death. This teaching deals with the importance of understanding the power that is within us. Our hearts, minds and mouths have to be on one accord in light in order to produce what we have been commanded to produce and that is what is spoken of in the beginning.....”and every seed brought forth fruit after its own kind.”
Yah's Way Ain't Yall's Way Rabbi James II I Kings 8:55-61
What does it mean to be perfect? The way that the world looks at perfection is totally different from the way that The Most High views perfection. Yah calls us to walk in His Ways and not mans. The Way that is spoken of in His Word is the keeping of His Commandments, not the keeping of traditions. Yahweh has allowed the building of the temple so that He can dwell among us. Know that your body is the temple of the Living Elohim. When we submit to His Ways then we walk in His Righteousness.
The Potter's House Rabbi James IWhat is the understanding behind Jeremiah being sent to the potter's house? Rabbi James I continues his search for who we are as a people set apart to The One, True and Living Most High of Israel. Could it be during the Iron Age is when Yahweh says that He will put a yoke of iron around the necks of His people because they have strayed from His Laws and commandments?
Divorce: Misconceptions Rabbis AviYah
Divorce, why do we not hear a clear Scriptural understanding? The Torah is very clear concerning what Yahweh wants for His people and the laws surrounding divorce are explained as Yahweh pronounced them to Moses. Why then do preachers and teachers have such a different view of what to teach concerning this topic? Rabbis AviYah digs deeper into this subject and shares Scriptural Truths that will make you question your level of love concerning your spouse and Yahweh.
Religion vs Relationship; Clean vs Unclean Rabbi James IIWhere does the tradition of washing your hands before eating come from? Yahshuah constantly warned the Rabbis of their traditions and how they wandered from the Laws of Yahweh by impressing their own laws on Israel. Rabbi James II continues his series Religion vs Relationship with this teaching on Clean vs Unclean. Romans 12:1 tells us that our bodies are to be offered as a living offering set apart and well pleasing to Yahweh; what does that really mean?
The Day of the Clouds Rabbi James I
The Scripture says that Yahshuah will return in the clouds. What does that really mean? Rabbi James I gives deeper understanding and factual Scripture references to reveal the time of the coming of our Great and Wonderful Messiah. Yahshuah’s coming is the beginning of our Messiah’s reign on earth. Where will He hide us while His wrath is being poured out?
The Word Written, The Word Spoken and The Word Living Rabbis AviYah
What does Scripture mean when it states 'The Word'? What is Yahweh's Word? many today use this word loosely making it seem as though one can pick and choose what they prefer to keep and throw away what they deem not necessary. Rabbis AviYah gives clarity on what The Word is and how it relates to us as believers in The One, True and Living Elohim of Israel. Should our words be our own or should they reflect Yahweh's Words?
The Viahaftah Rabbi James II
What is the Viahaftah? "And You Shall Love" Yahweh says in Deuteronomy 6:5-14 that we as the people of His nation love Him with all our heart, being and strength. Rabbi James II exposes deeper truths in this teaching on how we should love Yahweh and how He expects that love to transcend our will to His.
Hannukah: The Festival of Dedicaton Rabbi James I
Hannukah is the Festival of Lights and is also called the Feast of Dedication. Rabbi James I teaches the deeper symbols and relative historical events that led to and concludes with the Maccabeen revolt in 165 BC during the reign of the Greek Empire; the temple of The Most High Yahweh was destroyed and a pig was offered on the alter. A family from the tribe of Judah lead by Judah Maccabee took back the temple...
Two Sticks: Two Pants Rabbi James I
Who are we as a people? Rabbi James I teaches on Israel as a people are the dry bones that are spoken of in the
book of Ezekiel. As it is said, “I will open up your graves,” who are these who will come forth from their graves?Why pants? The slaves were issued two pairs of shirts and pants per year by their slave master.
Accepting the Gifts of Yahweh Rabbis AviYah
How does Yahweh want us to present our gifts to Him? The Scripture states that the gifts that are given to the
body of Messiah are from Yahweh and that those gifts were given to the body as Yahweh intends, so how are
we accepting those gifts. In this video Rabbis teaches on the importance of accepting our gifts, which includes
our children, as Yahweh intends for them to be rendered to uplift the assembly and to give exaltation to ourWonderful Creator.
Restoring the Provision of the Garden Rabbi James I
The Inheritance of Abraham was given to the house of Israel. Who are those that receive this inheritance?
Many nations shall be blessed because of the promise given to Father Abraham. As we are exposed as people
unto the Most High Yahweh and are presented as the inheritance of Him, in this teaching Rabbi James I reveals
more truths concerning the whole house of Israel.
Presenting Yourselves Faultless: A System Within The System Rabbis Aviyah Exodus 34:2Being Presented Faultless
Yom Kippur Service
Why does Yahweh tell the priest to take the kidneys and burn them on the alter? Rabbis AviYah relates the
body with the temple and how the table of showbread and lamp stand are positioned as the kidneys are
positioned in the body. This teaching done on Yom Kippur or The Day of Atonement focuses on two points:
that we as the body of Messiah are called to be help to that body and that as we are bread and light allowing
our bodies to be temples unto Yahweh we must be presented faultless before the Throne by the Blood of Yahshuah.
Restoring the Reign Rabbi James I Acts 1:1 – 8
It is a known Scriptural and historical fact that the kingdom of Israel was overrun by the Romans and the temple
of the Most High destroyed. As this time was approaching the people who had been set apart by Yahweh to
receive our Messiah had walked and talked with Him 40-days after His crucifixion and in doing so Yahshuah
spoke of many things to come. So the question is answered by Yahshuah and revelation given in this teaching
by Rabbi James I who imparts the relevance in keeping the Holy Days and proves they are relevant to us in
the Renewed Covenant or New Testament.
The Cry of the Shofar Celebration Rabbi James II Hosea 8:1 - 12“How Can We Sing Living in a Strange land?”
Who determines whether something is strange or normal; bad or good? The Word says that Yahweh’s Ways are different
from ours as far as the east is from the west that’s how different Yahs’ Ways are from ours. We are called to cry out to
the people of Yahweh and sound the shofar to warn them of what is to come. We cry out concerning the keeping of
His Commandments, His Laws of Love and his Covenant of remembrance to His people, but to only those who are set
apart to Him. That is what the Feast of Trumpets is all about; the calling of the Bride that her King is coming to take
her to Himself.
Generational Curses: Restoration Rabbis AviYah
Why are people plagued with issues that seem to be ongoing? This teaching on generational curses digs into the secret
places of one’s life; those places that are hidden from most and categorized as taboo. Yahweh says over and over again
in His Word that if you turn from the Laws written in this Book (The Torah or the first five books of the Scripture) the
curses will overtake you. In this on-going research to prove the validity of Isaiah 55:11, we are continuing to show that
Father’s Word is True and will come to fruition and that He has restoration for His people when they turn back to Himand submit to His Ways. (NOTE: The sin of iniquity is rebellion or intentional and the sin of transgression is unintentional) PowerPoint Presentation
A Common Deliverance Rabbi James I
Who Is Israel? In the book of Jude he refers to a common deliverance of one people. Rabbi James I gives more
revelation on the theme of us having a Deliverer and that we were once known as a people set apart to The One,
True and Living Yahweh, but were cast away by the sins of our fathers. Now as we return to the call of The Most High
through Messiah Yahshuah we have a common deliverance through our Savior Yahshuah. Israel are those who will
conquer, reign and rule with The Almighty Elohim Yahweh of Hosts is His Name.
Israel Is Real Rabbi James II Romans 8:16-19
Who is the house of Israel? Rabbi James II expounds on this truth and more in this series which is a recap of the
teaching done earlier this year. The land, The King and the people are one when we return to the land of Israel.
What does Israel look like? The Nation of Israel split in 922 B.C. and the Assyrian captivity began in 722 B.C.,
where did the house of Israel go after that captivity? All the creation groans together and suffers the pains of
child birth; the sons of Yahweh are being revealed. Who are the sons of Elohim? This teaching will open some
truths to you concerning that. Rabbi Shaul states in Romans 9:6 that not all who claim to be Israel is Israel,
and Messiah states that those who are my Mother and Brother due the will of The Father. Rabbi II gives Scriptural
Truth on who really is Israel and how we fit in Yahweh's family. This teaching is updated and revised from the prior
Guarded In The Name Rabbis AviYah
Do you know that Yahweh states that He is our covering? Yahshuah, in John 17 asks Yahweh to guard the people
who were His followers with His Name and not only them, but those who receive His Word through them. Rabbis
AviYah is teaching on what it means to be guarded by Yahweh’s Name. Do we profane His Name when we cause
others to scoff at His Name? This teaching will help to identify the reality of what we are held to as people set
apart to the One, True and Living God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
The African Diaspora Rabbi James I
Have you ever wondered how many African slaves were dispersed throughout the world into slavery? Rabbi James I
in his search to answer the questions of who we are as a people and how we relate to the Scriptural slaves answers
these and many other questions in this series. The Scripture tells us that Father Yahweh told Abraham that his people
would be mistreated and oppressed in a foreign land for 400 years; the question is who are the people He was speakingabout and are you absolutely sure that He was referring to the mixed multitude that walked out of Egypt in 2448 B.C.
This teaching in it's entirety will be taught in churches and recreation centers within the next few months; please visit
the Upcoming Events page for locations and proposed DVD teaching. If you would like Rabbi James I to come to your
city to present this teaching with handouts and PowerPoint in its entirety please visit the Contact Us page and we willset up a scheduled visit.
Our Freedom Inside Obedience Deuteronomy Chapter Six Rabbi James II
Guarding The Sabbath Exodus 31:13-16 Rabbis AviYah
Guarding The Sabbath
Obadiah's Prophecy Traces of Evidence Rabbi James I
Hebrews 4:9 There Remains a Sabbath Keeping Rabbi James II
Why is this the only place where the word is translated ‘rest’ and not Sabbath? How long will you refuse to be
obedient to Yahweh’s Sabbath, for the keeping of the Sabbath is directly tied to your provision. In this teaching
Rabbi II digs deeper into the importance of keeping the Sabbath. Yahweh supplies our every need and just as
Israel tried to go out on the Sabbath and collect manna and it bred worms; when we don’t keep the Sabbath
and try to provide for ourselves it breeds worms and stinks. Isaiah 58 says that Yahweh will give us provision
and we will ride on the heights of the hills, if we would turn back to the Sabbath and call it a delight.
Luke 18:35 - 19:29 Rabbis AviYah
The Book of Jude Rabbi James I
The Feast of Shavuot Teaching on Shavuot at The Congregation of Yah Rabbi James I
Revelation Chapter 22 Rabbis AviYah
Who is the Tree of Life that is spoken of in the 22nd Chapter of The Book of Revelation? Rabbis AviYah teaches
on the final chapter of Revelation. How does the “Crystal Water” represent Messiah Yahshuah? She goes in-depth
into how Revelation reveals the calling back of the set apart ones of The Most High Yahweh and how they will be
for the healing of the nations. How do we know that we love The Father....when we love our brethern.
Revelation Chapter 21 Rabbi James I
Revelation Chapter 20 Rabbi James II
Who are those who will sit on thrones spoken of in chapter 20 of the Book of Revelation?This continuing series
on the book of Revelation is being taught by Rabbi James I and Rabbi James II. In this teaching Rabbi James II
is presenting the events that take place in Chapter 20. Who are the martyrs who gave their lives for the sake
of Messiah and how will you know the Messiah or will you know Him?
The Wedding Feast: The Restoration of Israel Rabbi James I
Revelation Chapters 15 - 17, Rabbi James II
Revelation Chapters 8 - 11, Rabbi James II
Revelation Chapters 1 - 3, Rabbi James II
"Blessed is he who reads and those who hear the words of this prophecy, and guard what is written in it, for the time is
near." MHG has chosen to dig into this book to bring understanding and clarity to this great work given to reveal thetimes that are at hand.
Aleph and Tav, Rabbi James II
The True Vine, Rabbi James Byers I
Rabbi James I is teaching on the understanding of Yahshuah being the True Vine. He is showing through horticulture
how a root system works on fruit bearing trees. This teaching will definitely enlighten you in the deeper level ofunderstanding of, "I am the True Vine and My Father is the Husbandman.
Israel Revealed, Rabbi James Byers I
This is a series that goes in-depth concerning the whole house of Israel. Rabbi James I gives historical and Scriptural
facts concerning the house of Israel and who we are as a people of color. Where did we come from and who were we
before the Mid-Atlantic slave trade, The Trail of Tears, etc? These questions and more are answered in this series'Israel Revealed'. This teaching was done at Laos Outreach Center in Hopewell, VA.
Eat The Bread, Rabbi James I
Are we at the time of the return of the house of Israel? Cast your bread upon the waters and many days it shall return
to you. This is the time of the return, as Rabbi James Byers I teaches concerning the seven days of creation as they
relate to the seven thousand years that Yahweh will reclaim what belongs to Him. This teaching is a great timeline
that also includes the Seven Feasts of Yahweh and how we need to know that they are Yahweh’s Time-line of time.This teaching was done at Laos Outreach Center in Hopewell, VA.
Egypt: Day of Departure, Rabbi James Byers I
Current events are showing more every day that the world is in turmoil. Rabbi James I is focusing on recent events
in Egypt and others that point to the swift return of our Messiah Yahshuah. As you listen to this teaching you will seethe events that look very similar to the events of ancient Egypt and Current events are showing more every day that the world is in turmoil. Rabbi James I is focusing on recent events in Egypt and others that point to the swift return of our Messiah Yahshuah. As you listen to this teaching you will see the events that look very similar to the events of ancient Egypt and can count the plagues that are hitting all the nations from the United States to Vietnam; with birds dropping out of the sky and cows dropping dead from unknown causes the stage is being set for the coming of Messiah.
can count the plagues that are hitting all the
nations from the United States to Vietnam; with birds dropping out of the sky and cows dropping dead from unknown
causes the stage is being set for the coming of Messiah.
Immersion, Rabbi James Byers I
This teaching is exploring water purification through the act of immersion also known as baptism. Using historical
and cultural facts Rabbi James I gives informative explanation of the use and importance of immersion; who should
be immersed and how often. This study also deals with the question of whether immersion is imperative concerning
salvation. This is part 1 of a three part video series.
Israel Is Real, Rabbi James Byers II
This is a 3 part series on who is the 'real' Israel. Are we Israel born by blood only because our Mother or Father are Israel or is it because of the shed Blood of our Wonderful Messiah Yahsuah. Rabbi Shaul states in Romans 9:6 that not all who claim to be Israel is Israel, and Messiah states that those who are my Mother and Brother due the will of The Father. Rabbi II is Scriptural Truth on who really is Israel and how we fit in Yahweh's family.
What Happens Now? Rabbi James Byers II
After one comes to Messiah how does one live and what governs our lives, how do we walk in accordance with Father Yahweh's Word. Have we truly arrived once we claim salvation? In this series Rabbi II teaches on the reality of our walk as it relates to humility and Yahweh's Word.
Death vs The Grave, Rabbis AviYah Byers
Rabbis AviYah is teaching on what happens after one dies. This is a series on Death vs The Grave, righteousness vs unrighteousness. We hope to answer unanswered questions and bring clarity concerning what happens after death when the body ceases where does the soul go?
The Name Revealed, Rabbi James Byers I
Did you know that when you say 'god' you could be referring to many ancient gods of the Egyptians, Hindus or Babylonians. Rabbi James Byers I is teaching on the name of The God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob Yahweh and gives a deep study of how we began calling Yahweh, 'God'. This study will challenge not only your traditions but it will also give you a clear understanding of the importance of differentiating between the many gods of pagans and The One True and Living Yahweh of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
Time-Line 2 Witnesses Judgment of the Nations, Rabbi James Byers I
Rabbi James Byers I teaching on Daniel's Prophecy as it relates to Revelation.
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