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Two Seeds

It is difficult to imagine that Abraham would have offspring that would be disobedient to God. Yet the Word speaks of the offspring of Ismael, and the children of Abraham and Ketura that would persecute Israel.

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The Two Seeds

The conflict in the beginning (Genesis) was with words. The words of God verses the words of the serpent. The battle between words still exists and they determine which entity (God or idol) is being obeyed. Esau and Jacob distinguish themselves by whose words they observe.

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Wheat and Tare Seed

The seed of the serpent produces anti-christs who are conformed to the image of the serpent. The world is the reflection of the serpent and against the teachings of God. Yeshua was able to point out the seed of the serpent in His day by their teachings that supplanted the Word (seed) of God.

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Wheat and Tares

An introduction to the Wheat and Tares parable with the comparison of the tares to the serpent and the tree in Genesis. Certain facilities and organizations still use the motif of the serpent and the tree as their symbols. The serpent in the garden brought the curse of death, and Moses’ serpent on the pole was the image of the work of Yeshua destroying the curse of the serpent.

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Teshuvah December 10th 2017

The cure for our transgressions and our sins is to repent, which is to turn to God and follow after His righteousness and justice. His righteousness and justice has not been destroyed (as Yeshua pointed out), but is still relevant in all generations.

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Repentance December 3 2017

In our world today it seems sins are taken lightly by those in the church, communities, and government; but the Word is clear there are consequences for evil behavior. Examples in the Word show us that evil affects every one, the environment and the universe, as well.

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Two Seeds

It is difficult to imagine that Abraham would have offspring that would be disobedient to God. Yet the Word speaks of the offspring of Ismael, and the children of Abraham and Ketura that would persecute Israel.

Read More »

The Two Seeds

The conflict in the beginning (Genesis) was with words. The words of God verses the words of the serpent. The battle between words still exists and they determine which entity (God or idol) is being obeyed. Esau and Jacob distinguish themselves by whose words they observe.

Read More »

Wheat and Tare Seed

The seed of the serpent produces anti-christs who are conformed to the image of the serpent. The world is the reflection of the serpent and against the teachings of God. Yeshua was able to point out the seed of the serpent in His day by their teachings that supplanted the Word (seed) of God.

Read More »

Wheat and Tares

An introduction to the Wheat and Tares parable with the comparison of the tares to the serpent and the tree in Genesis. Certain facilities and organizations still use the motif of the serpent and the tree as their symbols. The serpent in the garden brought the curse of death, and Moses’ serpent on the pole was the image of the work of Yeshua destroying the curse of the serpent.

Read More »

Teshuvah December 10th 2017

The cure for our transgressions and our sins is to repent, which is to turn to God and follow after His righteousness and justice. His righteousness and justice has not been destroyed (as Yeshua pointed out), but is still relevant in all generations.

Read More »

Repentance December 3 2017

In our world today it seems sins are taken lightly by those in the church, communities, and government; but the Word is clear there are consequences for evil behavior. Examples in the Word show us that evil affects every one, the environment and the universe, as well.

Read More »