Category: New to Hebrew Roots?
by Mark Call | Jan 28, 2023 | Biblical Basics, Biblical History, Come Out of Her My People - Mark Call, New to Hebrew Roots?, Old Testament & New Testament, Personal Improvement, Shabba Shalom Mesa - Mark Call, Understanding Torah, Weekly Torah Portion Reading, Who Are We? | 0 |
The story of the plagues of Egypt and the Exodus continues with Parsha Bo (Exodus/Shemot 10:1...Read More
by Mark Call | Jan 14, 2023 | Biblical Basics, Biblical History, Come Out of Her My People - Mark Call, New to Hebrew Roots?, Old Testament & New Testament, Shabba Shalom Mesa - Mark Call, Understanding Torah, Weekly Torah Portion Reading, Who Are We? | 0 |
Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa Fellowship for a two-part look at parsha Shemot (Exodus 1:1...Read More
This week’s teaching is a free excerpt from Esther’s Mysteries Behind the Mask.
The excerpt is Chapter Five, which gives a brief overview of the sister relationships that figure heavily in Torah prophecy, and even in the Song of Songs, where the Groom and His beloved have a “brother-sister” relationship. It is not creepy, but a parable to help the reader understand the “one flesh” aspect of humanity, who all descended from Adam. Adam points this out when he sees Eve (Chavah) for the first time and exclaims, “Flesh of my flesh and bone of my bone.” Likewise, Messiah Yeshua’s Bride is part of his human flesh, a key component of understanding the Gospel. Because his flesh is their flesh, his “sister,” they too can be resurrected with him.Read More
What is/are the sign(s) of The Covenant? Is baptism/immersion a sign of The Covenant? Who are...Read More
Most everyone that I know would agree that Christ fulfilled the Law. But what does that really mean? It seems this is the problem. Though many may be saying the same thing, their definition of “fulfill” proves they are meaning polar opposites. So what is YOUR definition of fulfill?Read More
Have you really heard the WHOLE gospel? What is the Gospel? There are many responses you will get if you randomly ask this question. The popular Christian definition of the gospel is the death, burial and resurrection of Christ. Then, there is the gospel of the kingdom which John the Baptist and Christ himself preached.Read More