This week, Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship takes a two-part look at parsha “Ha’azinu” (Deuteronomy chapter 32) and the end of the week that includes Yom Kippur, and the second-to-last portion in the Book, and thus the Torah.

The sequence again begins with the Erev Shabbat reading, in the context of the Fall Feasts, and ‘the times’ in which we now live:

The Sabbath Day teaching is about asking some “hard questions” – especially given the events that arguably have brought us closer to Global Thermonuclear War, among other things, than ever in human history. And it really is tough to argue that whatever “Jugment(s)” that Yahuah may bring, or at least “allow,” on AmeriKa – “Western Civilization” or a World that Just Plain Hates Him, aren’t more than fully deserved.

It is clear why He SHOULD be “angry”, and what that means. But, really, what does that mean for us in the face of “fire”? Do we pray against what just may be “His Will?” Tough questions require us to take an HONEST look at Scripture, and what His Word really says.

That right there, just might speak volumes. It’s time to pay attention.

“Ha’azinu: Give ear…Judgment is DESERVED – but THEN What?”

The combined two-part podcast is here: