Why did Jesus cast the demons into the pigs? What was His motivation? And why did the demons desire to enter the pigs in the first place?
In this video, we will look at answering these questions, as well as go through every single New Testament scripture that seems to indicate that we can eat “whatever we want” and we shouldn’t be worried about God’s words regarding unclean food in Leviticus 11.
I hope this teaching edifies you and equips you to be able to “give an account for the hope that is within you”.
Your life is all about an eternal birthright. Before the foundation of the world, before everything, God spoke a calling over your life for you to pursue and accomplish. A calling in line with glorifying His kingdom. But many miss this birthright, despise it, and therefore miss out on the blessing.
The story of Jacob & Esau teaches us about birthright, how to fulfil it, what happens when we do, and what happens when we don’t. What you do with an eternal birthright in the midst of a temporary world is the single most important thing you’ll ever do in this life.
Torah Portion: Toldot / Family history / תולדות
When laying hands on others, is it possible for us to receive demons? This is a serious concern that has discouraged many from laying hands to pray for others. But what does the Bible really say?
Note: This video answers the question in relation to a Holy Spirit filled believer laying hands to pray for someone else. It does not address demons imparted through witchcraft. For a teaching on the Kundalini Spirit, please watch “The Kundalini Counterfeit”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrcjqyPflNs
Can you imagine being married, with a wedding contract you’ve never seen? Or being married to a spouse yet not knowing their expectations, likes or dislikes, or cultural background?
Yet that’s the state of many Christians. Just about every denomination has a different opinion on which parts of God’s covenants are for us. Many enter covenant with God without even knowing what their covenant says, and consequently without understanding God’s expectations, likes and dislikes, and culture.
It’s always been all about a marriage covenant, and it’s time to learn His eternal covenant, otherwise, you’ll always struggle with your relationship with God.
Torah Portion: Lecha Lecha / Go Forth (Genesis 12:1 – 17:27)
Have you ever wondered how Paul did it? He reached the nations from north to south, east to west with the gospel. Reaching diverse pagan cultures and being able to connect with them, all without compromising his holiness.
Even though we don’t belong to this world, we can still connect with the lost as both Jesus and Paul did. In fact, Paul writes of how he did this in the last few chapters of Romans. He not only addresses how we can connect with the unbeliever, but also how to walk out our role with those in fellowship, and how to conduct fellowships.
Living a life that encourages harmony with those around us is a commandment and one that someone’s eternity can depend on since we are walking representations of Yeshua. There is not a lot of things more valuable than reaching the lost with the gospel, by all means necessary.
What went wrong in the garden isn’t just that they ate the fruit, there was a much deeper issue in Adam & Eve’s relationship with God that caused the fall in the first place.
The story of Genesis isn’t just about a man, a woman, a tree and a snake. It’s all about Jesus and His Bride. It tells us the story of the end, from the beginning.
Everything that Adam did wrong, Jesus came to reverse and set right. We can be after the image of Adam or Jesus. But Jesus is coming back for a Bride after His own image.
Torah Portion: B’reisheet / In The Beginning (Genesis 1 – 6)
Dating: In our Bibles, we don’t see it. It’s just not there. Our culture is so divorced from the biblical model of romance, that we don’t know what’s suppose to be normal anymore. But when we look at the biblical examples God gave, we stumble upon something “radical” yet beautiful.
Finding someone was never suppose to be about you, but all about glorifying Him.
In this video, I share my personal relationship journey with Christina to connect it with the picture of Yeshua and His bride. I also explore different biblical examples of romantic relationships.
His desire has always been to tabernacle among us. From the journey through Egypt to the end of the age where we will dwell with Him face-to-face.
And from the beginning the enemy has come to lie, to make us doubt the voice of God, to separate us from God, even though God’s desire is to come closer.
This is the feast of “intimacy”, the wedding rehearsal where the Bridegroom calls the Bride to gather her oil.
This feast is the Greatest Feast, the culmination of everything, from Genesis to Revelation, from the Garden to the very End.
And this feast is here. I hope this new teaching blesses you.
Have an amazing Feast of Tabernacles!