A whole lot of important things “came to pass on the EIGHTH [‘shmini’] day…” (Vayikra/Lev. chapters 9 through 11).
This is the parsha which details the deaths of Nadav and Abihu, the two oldest sons of Aaron, and then describes, leaving no doubt, what is “food,” and what is “NOT food.”
Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa for an examination of why it is still vital that we understand the difference between the “holy and the profane,” and the “clean and the unclean.”
It’s getting hard to argue that AmeriKa-with-a-K isn’t more than deserving of Judgment.
Warning: Even for those who know and understand that Mark does NOT “pull his punches” when it comes to the Truth of Scripture (and neither did Elijah, nor Ezekiel, and certainly not the Messiah!) this is a “tough teaching.” Judgment is like that. But the ‘signs of the times’ can no longer be denied.
First, the Erev Shabbat overview of this weeks reading:
The “dots get connected” during the Sabbath day teaching, where the importance of what the ‘priests’ or cohenim, were supposed to teach, but failed. But look at what Ezekiel chapter 22 tells us!
Like it or not, it’s time to be ready for what is now at hand.
By every measure, what we now know is coming to pass exceeds what Evil was able to accomplish in the Third Reich.
“Shmini: The Holy, the Profane, and the Fourth Reich””
The combined two-part teaching is here: