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الدورة التدريبية
إدارة الجودة والتميز الإداري
من 1 : 5 أكتوبر 2017 م
اسطنبول – الجمهورية التركية
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This is a preview of a coming series devoted to a look at Yeshua/Jesus through the eyes of an Orthodox Jew.

I was sitting in a Jerusalem restaurant during the Jesus Movement with a friend, Alex, when he spoke words that changed my view of Christianity. He said that Christians were really converts to Judaism.

Alex was a Brooklyn-born Jew living in East Jerusalem, though he accepted Jesus (Yeshua in Hebrew) in the United States before immigrating to Israel. He pointed out that Jesus and the Apostles never encouraged their followers to break with Judaism. And, Christianity was considered one of several Jewish sects existing until the Fourth Century when the Roman (Catholic) Church forced Christians to leave the synagogues.

During my time in Israel, I often went to the Garden Tomb in the afternoon and drank lemonade with the tour guide, a guy from Amsterdam. He said that Christians often say the Jews did not accept Jesus. But, who wrote the Bible, who were the first followers of Jesus? The crowd welcoming Jesus to Jerusalem on a donkey were Jews.

I do not take a legalistic view and say that Christians must abandon Sunday worship and go back to Saturday worship, but Christians should understand that Jesus did not observe Sabbath worship on Sunday. Like all Jews in the New Testament, he recognized the Sabbath as Saturday. The New Testament (Brit Hadasha in Hebrew) points out that Jesus and the Apostles observed Jewish Holy days.

I am often asked by Christians if they must observe the Jewish Holy days. I answer that Jesus did, and Christians should teach their children the rich traditions followed by the one who died for them on the Cross.

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I am continuing to work on a workbook and materials for a Hebrew language course and would appreciate comments. I am co-authoring the book with a master Hebrew teacher. Her degree is in language from Hebrew University and she lived in Israel six years. We will be sitting and down and revising all materials, but would appreciate feedback.

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#مؤتمر
الإرهـاب الإلكتــرونــي
21 : 24 مارس 2016 م
#القاهرة – جمهوريـة #مصر العربيـة
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I still remember the wonderful feeling of love I felt when I first read the original poem "Footprints in the Sand", but at this point of my journey, I now see a bit more responsibility in the relationship. That new understanding inspired me to write this "revised" version, but with no disrespect intended toward the original; which, I still find beautiful. (If you are on a mobile device and unable to read the image here is a link - https://assemble-together.org/clear/blog )
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Shabbat Shalom to all covenant keepers, Yeshua lovers, torah preachers,overcomers ,new creatures ...
I am blessed to be part of your family ,YHWH Barak each one of you in multiple portions .

HALLELU-YAH !!!!!!!!!!!!
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PG 14 >Warning very disturbing content> 
This Info Must be known by public who care.
*As the days of Noah ...#asthedaysofnoah 

Hey Wild Branches! Has Brad Scott set up this community?
From a Set Apart one :)
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