Index of Studies on Various Subjects


Messiah 101
Developing an Effective Testimony
Take Not the Name in Vain
How Shall I Know?
What Are You Doing Here Eliyahu?


Warning: The truths contained in these teachings are not for the faint of heart, or the lukewarm! You can be sure that haSatan (the adversary) will do all he can to keep you from understanding and applying the concepts and truths contained herein, but it is our prayer that every one who receives these notes will carefully consider and apply the contents to their lives.

We humbly submit the following teachings for your edification and instruction. We pray that they will find personal application in your own life. The principles contained in them are powerful when applied to daily living and are excellent for use in small group studies. Keep your eyes on this page, as there are many studies currently being formatted for presentation here.

Messiah 101
In this study, we provide a systematic examination of the foundational principles of faith in the Messiah King, drawing from the Hebrew Scriptures and Jewish sages as primary sources. The information is clearly presented so that Jew and non-Jew alike will be able completely grasp the concepts and truths presented, thus providing for informed decisions concerning Him and His part in the lives of men and women. (Nov. 20, 2000)
 
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Developing an Effective Testimony
Like other forms of public speaking, this task can be very intimidating. Discover the cause for the discomfort, how to overcome it, and what an effective, conclusive testimony looks and sounds like. Learn how to prepare your personal testimony, so you will have it ready when presented with the opportunity to share it. (Aug. 18, 2017)
 
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Take Not the Name in Vain
Most of us have been taught that to take the "Name of G-d" in vain is to use it as a curse word. Discover, as we have, that G-d, Himself, has a lot more to say on the subject. And, surprisingly, it has more to do with those of us in the household of faith than it does with those without. (Dec. 30, 1996)
 
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"How Shall I Know?"
The blood covenant is a G-d given ceremony, given to provide unbreakable connections between individuals, families, tribes, nations, and most importantly, between man and G_d. Discover the meaning behind many of the enigmatic passages of Holy Scripture, and discover how we can know, for a certainty, that G-d's promises are trustworthy. (Jan. 2, 1997)
 
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"What are you doing here Eliyahu?"
In the book of First Kings, we find the account of an encounter between Eliyahu HaNavi (Elijah the Prophet) and HaShem (meaning, "The {Holy} Name"), the Holy One of Israel. Twice in this encounter, HaShem asks the Prophet "What are you doing here, Eliyahu?" We offer this detailed study of this highly charged time in Eliyahu's life while, at the same time, asking some challenging questions of ourselves. (Feb.10,1997)
 
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