Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa Fellowship for a two-part look at one of the most well-know — and now that includes for “prophetic” reasons as well! — portions in the Torah, Noach (or Noah, Genesis 6:8 through chapter 11).

This parsha begins with the Flood. And there is certainly much associated with that event that most people who only heard about it in “sunday school” are’t aware of. But it also extends through and into the next big “cycle” in history and Scripture as well.

First, the Erev Shabbat (Friday evening) overview and intro:

For the “no-holds-barred,” lets-talk-in-depth Sabbath Day teaching, Mark admits up front the the ever-more applicable prophetic warning from the Meshiach in Matthew 24 about “as it was in the days of Noach” is somethat that we’ve not only done before, but it’s almost “overdone” now. Still, His Truth is ever more so for a reason.

So this will be quite a different look than you’ll hear from EITHER of the ‘whoring houses’. For reasons that will be made more clear as we see the inevitable unfold.

“Noach: We’ve all heard ‘as it was in the Days of…’ by now — where are we REALLY?”

The combined two-part teaching is here: