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The disciples ask Jesus “Are you at this time going to restore the kingdom to Israel?” Was the kingdom only spiritual, or were the disciples right to expect a physical, future kingdom?
Watch now at http://ffoz.tv : The disciples ask Jesus 'Are you at this time going to restore the kingdom to Israel?' They were looking for a physical kingdom. Was the kingdom only spiritual, or were the disciples right to expect a physical, future kingdom? Episode Twenty-six will show the viewers that the kingdom of Messiah is not just spiritual.
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If you were asked: “why did Jesus rise from the dead” would you know how to answer? http://buff.ly/15h7CVJ
Watch now at http://ffoz.tv : In Jewish thought the ultimate expression of God’s power is the resurrection of the dead, and the ultimate resurrection was that of Jesus himself.Discover that Jesus’ resurrection from the dead was a foreshadow of the final resurrection of the dead, prophesied in the Hebrew Scriptures.
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Today is the 24th day of Shevat and is the day Zechariah sees vision of the rider amongst myrtle trees. (Zechariah 1:7)
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Today is the 23rd day of Shevat and is the traditional time of Israel's war against the tribe of Benjamin. (Judges 19:14-20:48)
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Today is the 20th day of Shevat and is the traditional birth day of Asher (Genesis 30:12-13).
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Jesus' teaching to store up “treasures in heaven” is actually quite cryptic. Just what kind of treasures was he talking about and where is heaven anyway?
Watch now at http://ffoz.tv : What did Jesus mean when he told his disciples to store up treasures in Heaven? Episode twenty-four will take a look at the phrase 'treasures in Heaven' through a Jewish lens. 'In Heaven' in this phrase does not mean 'in the sky' but rather 'with God.' Jesus tells us that God rewards his children openly for what they do in secret.
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Most Christians believe that when Mark 7 tells us “thus he declared all foods clean,” that the biblical dietary restrictions were abolished once and for all. How does the information presented in this episode affect your dietary decisions? http://buff.ly/1tfjfSo
Watch now at http://ffoz.tv : Most Christians believe that when Mark 7 tells us 'thus he declared all foods clean,' that the biblical dietary restrictions were abolished once and for all. In Episode twenty-three viewers will learn that in order to understand these words, it is imperative to look into the Jewish context of the Mark 7 story.
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A woman in the gospels is healed by touching the fringe of Jesus' cloak, applying a prophecy from Malachi to her situation. How have you applied the same prophecy in your life?
Watch now at http://ffoz.tv : In the gospel story of the woman with the hemorrhage of blood, she is healed by touching the fringe of Jesus' cloak. By touching Jesus' fringe, the woman was acting upon the prophetic nature of an important biblical commandment. Episode twenty-two will introduce the commandment in Numbers for Jewish men to put fringes on the corners of their garments to remind them of God's instructions.
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Teaching the Torah and its way of life, fully centered on the Jewish Messiah to all of God's people.
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We are a part of a prophetic movement of God in which his spirit is returning his people to a proper biblical foundation rooted in Torah, Israel, and the Messiah. We specialize in the study and teaching of Scripture from its historical, linguistic, and cultural context. We use the latest scholarship, ancient Jewish sources, and extra-biblical literature to present a Messianic Jewish reading of the Bible and early Jewish-Christianity. We are guided by sound scholarship and driven by a heart for the restoration of the body of Messiah.