Saturday, October 28, 2017
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
The gospels of Matthew and Luke include genealogies of Yeshua. Matthew begins his in the very beginning. Luke places his genealogy later in his account, and, for some reason, the two accounts don’t agree. What does the latest research tell us about how these two genealogies both accurately describe Yeshua’s family? Why did Matthew and Luke include their genealogies? These genealogies are the last in a long line of genealogies scattered throughout the Torah and the writings of the Bible. What does the inclusion of these genealogies and their placement in scripture tell us about God’s redemption plan?
Saturday, October 21, 2017
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Luke begins his Gospel narrative with the story of and elderly priest, Zacharias and his barren wife Elisheva. What is the connection between the birth of John the Baptist, the son born to Zacharias and Elisheva, and the birth of Yeshua? They are both miraculous births only a few months apart. How do these births compare to the births of Isaac and Samuel? Every barren woman mentioned in the Bible eventually bears a son who is set apart for God. The sons born to Elisheva and Miriam are no exception.
Sunday, October 15, 2017
Welcome to Moed Ministries International and our Shabbat Service for 10-14-2017. This week's Torah Portion is B'resheit. Join us live each week at 10:00 am Pacific Time. See our website at MoedMinistries.com for details.
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
There are two books of the Bible that begin with the phrase, “In the beginning.” The first book of the Bible, Genesis, and the Gospel of John. What do these two books have in common? Did the apostle John deliberately open his gospel account with the words “In the beginning” to lead the reader or hearer back to Genesis? How does that change the way we read the gospel of John? What deeper implications does this have?
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Welcome to Moed Ministries International and our Shabbat Service for 10-7-2017. This week's Torah Portion is Vezot ha'Bracha. Join us live each week at 10:00 am Pacific Time. See our website at MoedMinistries.com for details
Thursday, October 5, 2017
As Moses winds up his discourse to the Children of Israel on the Plains of Moab as they are poised to enter the Promised Land, he spoke one last blessing on the Children of Israel. He began his blessing by speaking of their triumphant entry into the Promised Land as a holy, set apart army in covenant with their God. All of the events of the book of Deuteronomy took place on the plains of Moab across the Jordan River from Jericho, nearly due east of Jerusalem 25 miles away above the Jordan River. Moses’ words following on the prophetic words of the Song of Moses in Deuteronomy 32 are, also, prophetic, both of their upcoming entry into the Land and their future coming led by Messiah Yeshua.