Posts made in December, 2015

Christmas Chaos | Lesson Four | Part One

Posted on Dec 16, 2015 in Journey through the Gospels

Christmas Chaos | Lesson Four | Part One

Matthew 1 and Luke 2
Join Paul this week as he examines what has come of this holi(y)day called Christmas. Do we celebrate it and if so, when and how? What are the misconceptions from this part of the bible that have become fact? This is part 1 of 2 so come along and seek truth on this day that has become so many things to so many people. Remember that truth does one thing–it sets you free. John 8:32

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Yeshua is the Returning King | Lesson Three

Posted on Dec 15, 2015 in Journey through the Gospels

Yeshua is the Returning King | Lesson Three

Join Paul this week for a look at an often overlooked part of Scripture, the Genealogy of Christ. Have you ever wondered why it seems that Luke and Matthew don’t agree with each other in the genealogy? How about the curse of Jehoichin, so is God a liar? Was Joseph the Father considering it was a virgin birth? How do we reconcile all of these apparent contradictions and questions? Let’s take a look at how ANE context and Torah once again shed light on these issues in Scripture.

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Hated Of All Nations

Posted on Dec 8, 2015 in Israel

Hated Of All Nations

Israel Blamed Again And Again By UN For Middle East Woes

By Matt Ward

Sweden’s Foreign Minister, Margot Wallstrom, got straight to the point. Cutting to the heart of the matter she revealed that she knew exactly who was to blame for the unrest setting the Middle East on fire.

Foreign Minister Wallstrom revealed that all the Islamic terrorism and brutality, all the beheadings, all the abhorrent crucifixions – including those of tiny children carried out in the name of Islam by ISIS, all the pillaging, all of the wanton destruction of people, cities and nations, could be laid at the feet of one entity alone.

The fault does not lay with ISIS, nor is the blame to rest with radical Islam, or Islam in general, she said. Islam is, she believes, a religion of peace. The responsibility for all the unrest in the Middle East, even the blame for the recent massacres in Paris, lays squarely at the feet of Israel.

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