Mike Clayton

Mike Clayton

Host

With a dry humor that keeps one listening intently, Mike speaks fervently from his heart on restoration of the Living Torah, so that we might live the Torah, which brings forth love for Yeshua and preparation of individuals for The Kingdom. He encourages and motivates each individual to walk in the light on his or her path, to seek a deeper relationship, and to walk in the unique will of God for his or her life. His ministry concentrates on cyber pastoral care for those hungry for Hebraic Roots, including video and written delivery of messages, Biblical observances and experiences. He firmly follows the Hebraic thought and practice that we must “be doers of the Word, not hearers only.”

Weekly teaching by Mikell Clayton where he goes through scripture, verse by verse. This series seeks to reveal Yeshua, the Living Torah in all Scripture.

“In the scroll of the book it is written about me.” Psalm 40:8

 

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Living Torah

Do we study history or live history? What if the answer is yes? Isaac unstopped the wells of his father, ...
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Why is it called Sarah’s life when it starts with the announcement of Sarah’s death? Death; the most misunderstood event ...
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Another Torah cycle begins with the beginning. Just how important is the verse of Scripture to our walk? Does it ...
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Sukkot is upon us. Are our days similar to those of the Jews in Babylon? If so then what can ...
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The Fall Feasts begin this weekend. It is not only about observing these days, but observing for the right reason ...
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Moshe is 120 years old. He says he could not go in or come out, but he is about to ...
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Deuteronomy 28 begins with the words, “If you”. What would happen if we looked at the verses with “As I”? ...
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We are told not to add or subtract from Torah. What about our traditions? Are they really about adding to ...
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