Biblical History

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Mark Call – Parsha “B’shalach” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Mark Call – Parsha “B’shalach” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

After the completion of the plagues of Egypt, the 'Exodus' itself of the 'mixed multitude' continues with Parsha B'shalach (Exodus/Shemot 13:17-17:16), from Pharoah, and his 'tyranny'. And, without question, this parsha contains the seeds of so many elements that...

Drive Time Friday

Drive Time Friday

Every week, it seems like the Big Lie, and the Satanic intention behind it, is getting harder and harder for True Evil to cover up. And as David Justice likes to point out, there are a whole lot of people who obviously don't have a love of The Truth. As a result, YHVH...

Now Is The Time w/Rabbi Steve Berkson | Covenant Community 101 | What Are You Thinking? | Part 9

Now Is The Time w/Rabbi Steve Berkson | Covenant Community 101 | What Are You Thinking? | Part 9

Rabbi Steve Berkson continues the topic, “The Mind and Thinking of Man, and How It Relates to Authority”. He begins by taking us to Matthew 10:34 with a warning, “Do not jump to conclusions!” Did Yeshua Messiah come to bring “peace”? Many believe that is true, but...

Mark Call – Parsha “Bo” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Mark Call – Parsha “Bo” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

The story of the plagues of Egypt and the Exodus continues with Parsha Bo (Exodus/Shemot 10:1 - 13:16). Much of the story is familiar, but this week the final 'set of three' plagues concludes, setting up the finale, with the 'Death of the Firstborn,' and more...

Torah Teachers’ Round Table – Tanakh Edition – Ezekiel ch 23 part 2

Torah Teachers’ Round Table – Tanakh Edition – Ezekiel ch 23 part 2

This week the Torah teachers (mostly) complete the study of Ezekiel chapter 23, and what is arguably another of the most 'politically-incorrect' warnings in Scripture. The prophet, in what amounts to a 'second witness' of the metaphor from Jeremiah chapter 3, refers...

Drive Time Friday

Drive Time Friday

It's no longer quite adequate to note that much of the world has simply gone insane. But what's really crazy is how bluntly the Fourth Reich in the DC Swamp is pushing for WW III. Mark Call refers to it as "Putin's Dilemma". Once, the official nuclear deterrent...

Now Is The Time w/Rabbi Steve Berkson | Covenant Community 101 | What Are You Thinking? | Part 8

Now Is The Time w/Rabbi Steve Berkson | Covenant Community 101 | What Are You Thinking? | Part 8

Rabbi Steve Berkson continues the topic, “The mind and thinking of man, and how it relates to authority”. He begins in Matthew 3 where we see Yochanan (John), the immerser preaching and immersing the people. Rabbi Steve points out that it’s highly likely, Yochanan was...

Dr Hollisa Alewine – Footsteps of Messiah Part 52 – “Footsteps To The Coffin Part 2”

Dr Hollisa Alewine – Footsteps of Messiah Part 52 – “Footsteps To The Coffin Part 2”

Previously, you saw how there were various explanations of the “twins,” such as the twin tablets of the Testimony or pair of Moses and Aaron. There is another idea in the oral tradition:

“Then all his sons and all his daughters got up to comfort him, but he refused to be comforted. And he [Israel] said, ‘Surely I will go down to Sheol in mourning for my son.’ So his father wept for him.” (Ge 37:35)

Hey, wait, where did these daughters come from? The tradition says that for each male born to the Jacob/Israel, there was a corresponding twin daughter. Because we have more text to work with in the case of Dinah, Genesis 37:35 sticks out like a sore thumb. The “young,” or children, are the sons and daughters of Israel. Here is another clue from a pair of lips:

“Your lips are like a scarlet thread, and your mouth [midbar-wilderness] is beautiful.”

The play-on word suggests the beautiful Beloved Israel ascending from the wilderness to her inheritance. She is a conqueror with King Messiah Yeshua at her head. Although often concealed by the Biblical text, women are an important part of the promise of returning children. A woman in prayer and prophecy, proclaiming the Word, is a powerful force, which the armies of darkness know full well:

The Lord gives the command; the women who proclaim good news are a great army: kings of armies flee, they flee, and she who remains at home will divide the spoils!” (Ps 68:11-12)

The Psalmist offers two examples of the great army: those who proclaim (preach) the command, and those who “remain at home.” They equally share in the spoils of war. Think of the working pair of Mary and Martha. Mary was more of the proclaimer type, especially since she wasn’t nearly as interested in cooking as in sitting at Yeshua’s feet learning! Martha was more concerned with serving the meals. They each share in the spoils, even though Yeshua wished Martha understood Mary’s hunger to learn the Word.

In Acts Two, Peter is not confused at all about what it is happening. Apparently, he’s repented of reacting to the women who brought him the Good News of Yeshua’s resurrection as if they were speaking foolishness. Now he understands, connecting the events of Acts 1:14 to Acts 2 in the Temple: 

“All these were continually devoting themselves with one mind to prayer, along with the women, and Mary the mother of Jesus, and with His brothers.”

Acts 2:11 …we hear them speaking in our own tongues of the mighty deeds of God.” 12 And they all continued in amazement and great perplexity, saying to one another, “What does this mean?” 13 But others were jeering and saying, “They are full of sweet wine!” 14 But Peter, taking his stand with the other eleven, raised his voice and declared to them: “Men of Judea and all you who live in Jerusalem, know this, and pay attention to my words. 15 For these people are not drunk, as you assume, since it is only the third hour of the day; 16 but this is what has been spoken through the prophet Joel: 17 ‘AND IT SHALL BE IN THE LAST DAYS,’ God says, ‘THAT I WILL POUR OUT MY SPIRIT ON ALL MANKIND; AND YOUR SONS AND YOUR DAUGHTERS WILL PROPHESY, AND YOUR YOUNG MEN WILL SEE VISIONS, AND YOUR OLD MEN WILL HAVE DREAMS; 18 AND EVEN ON MY MALE AND FEMALE SERVANTS I WILL POUR OUT MY SPIRIT IN THOSE DAYS, and they will prophesy. 19 ‘AND I WILL DISPLAY WONDERS IN THE SKY ABOVE AND SIGNS ON THE EARTH BELOW, BLOOD, FIRE, AND VAPOR OF SMOKE. 20 ‘THE SUN WILL BE TURNED INTO DARKNESS AND THE MOON INTO BLOOD, BEFORE THE GREAT AND GLORIOUS DAY OF THE LORD COMES. 21 ‘AND IT SHALL BE THAT EVERYONE WHO CALLS ON THE NAME OF THE LORD WILL BE SAVED.’

This is quite a wonder for that day and time! Women…preaching and prophesying the Word alongside men…in the Temple? Converting many people? Where did all those daughters come from?

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