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What Is Yom Kippur?

 

Blessings from A Rood Awakening! and Michael Rood. We have Yom Kippur right around the corner and we just wanted to take this opportunity to give you some education on what it is and why we should keep it as believers, as Christians, and as any people of God.  

The first question is when you […]

By |September 28th, 2017|Q&A, Uncategorized|0 Comments

What does Scripture say about celebrating birthdays?

The Scripture doesn’t say anything specific about celebrating birthdays. Because pagans celebrate birthdays, many people think doing so must be a pagan thing.

However, in the East during Biblical times, they did mark special anniversaries.

A Cohen began his service at 30 years of age, so we know they kept track of their age. Instead of the […]

By |October 26th, 2014|Blog, Q&A|Comments Off on What does Scripture say about celebrating birthdays?

Did Yeshua Recognize The New Moon As The New Month?

We must remember that Yeshua taught by not only what he said, but by what he did.
Yeshua very clearly observed the Feasts of the LORD that are outlined in Leviticus 23. He went up to Jerusalem for Passover, Shavuot, and Sukkot. He performed miracles on the feast days.

And as his ministry concluded, he fulfilled the […]

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Will Yeshua Retrain Us When He Returns?

When Yeshua was here the first time, the King from Heaven laid down the rules of the Kingdom of Heaven.
He said the Kingdom is among us.

We bow our knee now, worship him in spirit and in truth now, and live in obedience to him now… or not.
Yeshua will NOT “retrain” us when he comes back […]

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Was The New Testament Written In Greek?

Significant findings and study have revealed that Matthew was originally written in Hebrew.
Papias, the disciple of John, stated this fact plainly, and it was alluded to by many early church historians as well.

In the 4th century, Eusebius, the Bishop of Caesarea, also stated that he saw the Hebrew Matthew in Caesarea Philippi.

Another gospel has been located […]

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Is Acts 10 An Excuse To Eat Pork?

What’s on the menu today? Fried tarantula? Bat soup? An iceberg wedge with bacon?
The Almighty told us what is to be received with thankfulness – what is food (oklah) – and what is not.
Pigs, cats, shrimp, and rats are not food. (See Leviticus 11.)

But in Acts chapter 10, Peter had a vision:
“He became very hungry […]

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