Author: Eddie Chumney

Our Hebraic Heritage ~ Principles of the Greater Exodus Pt 5-7

This teaching series explains how the events in Genesis and Exodus foreshadow the course of modern history. The Torah is given to us so we can learn and understand that through the lives of the patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, and Moses, that this is a pattern for the people of Israel. Biblical history is prophecy. The biblical principle is this: the end is told in the beginning. When Israel breaks the covenant made at Mt Sinai, they will later be going into exile. The events associated with Adam and Eve, Noah, Abraham and Isaac foreshadows the exile of...

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Our Hebraic Heritage ~ Principles of the Greater Exodus Pt 3-5

We are going to learn that the Torah is given to us to learn and understand that through the lives of the patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, that this is a pattern for the people of Israel. History is prophecy. What happens to the fathers happens to their children. When Israel breaks the covenant made at Mt Sinai, they will later be going into exile. These exiles of Israel will ultimately be gathered back to the land of Israel, they will be united in Messiah, and be under the rulership of Messiah Yeshua during the Messianic Era. The way...

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Our Hebraic Heritage ~ Principles of Greater Exodus Pt 1-2

In this podcast, we finish up the teaching series, “What the Rabbis teach about the 10 tribes”: In this session we cover the following: *Judah will seek for the lost 10 tribes *Paul was a Jew whose ministry was to the lost 10 tribes *As long as Ephraim is separated from Judah, then our hope is lost *Paul was a prisoner of hope *In the end of days, there will be a famine in the land, a famine for the Torah/the Word of God (Amos 8:11) *Ephraim is the prodigal son *Ephraim returns to his Father (and to Torah)...

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Our Hebraic Heritage ~ What the Rabbis Teach About the 10 Tribes ~ Pt 3-5

In this session, Eddie shares from leading Jewish sources more about the history of the kingdom split between Northern and Southern kingdom. He also shares from classical Jewish Torah scholars what they wrote and believed about the future ingathering of the Ten tribes. The Northern kingdom was taken into captivity by Assyria beginning in 721 bc, while the Southern kingdom was taken into captivity to Babylon in 586 bc. Seventy years later, a remnant from the Southern kingdom of Judah returned to Jerusalem to rebuild the Temple. Meanwhile the Northern kingdom was assimilated into the nations of the world...

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Our Hebraic Heritage ~ What the Rabbis Teach About the 10 Tribes ~ Pt 1-3

The rabbis teach that the story between Joseph and his brothers, their separation and eventual reunification and restoration, this is a foreshadowing about the split between the Northern kingdom (Ephraim) and Southern kingdom (Judah), and ultimately, their eventual reunification. The story of Joseph and his brothers (Genesis 38-50) is not an unfolding of chance events, but every detail stems from God and serves His purpose. The conflict that arose between Joseph and his brothers is a sign for their descendants. When Joseph reveals himself to his brothers (Gen 45), the reconciliation that ensued alludes to a future time. The...

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