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INTERVIEW – Essenes, Dead Sea Scrolls, New Age

2/20/2024
Part 1 - With video blogger Maria Nikolaidi from Greece for her Bitchute Channel. Our sister in Messiah Maria from Greece was brought out of New Age Religion by Y'shua Messiah, Praise Yah! She has been studying the calendar issue and says the Essenes' (or whomever the writers were of some of the extra-biblical Dead Sea Scrolls were) doctrines do seem similar to the New Age doctrines which she came out of. That is why she wanted to include both sides of the calendar discussion, both for and against, on her Freefloat Bitchute Channel. Our interview of course was in the against category but mostly outlined reasons why you should use extreme caution when reading the Dead Sea Scrolls and switching calendars or any doctrine based upon the content of these scrolls.

Duration:00:25:00

Mark Call – Daily News Update Monday

2/19/2024
News and commentary for Monday, 19 February, 2024. And an eventful day it is…

Duration:00:24:53

Now Is The Time with Rabbi Steve Berkson | Are You Covenanted? Part 33

2/19/2024
The prophet Jeremiah was given some severe words to speak to the people concerning how they were behaving while being in covenant with their Elohim. They were living in the land and claiming Yahweh to be their Elohim yet, at the same time, living according to the idolatry of the nations around them, but thinking […]

Duration:01:03:03

Dr Hollisa Alewine – Footsteps of Messiah Part 98 (Return or Resurrection?)

2/18/2024
Return or Resurrection? Footsteps of Messiah In the Footsteps of Messiah series, we’ve used the Song of Songs as a prophetic working text to help us understand the preparation of the Bride of Messiah: “Come with me from Lebanon, my bride...” (So 4:8) Some passages of the Song describe the relationship between the Bride and her Beloved, and some describe the perfecting conditions in millennial kingdom. What is puzzling is how the resurrection of the righteous dead aligns with the more natural-sounding earth prophecies such as this one in Isaiah: ’For I know their works and their thoughts; the time is coming to gather all nations and tongues. And they shall come and see My glory. I will set a sign among them and will send survivors from them to the nations: Tarshish, Put, Lud, Meshech, Tubal and Javan, to the distant coastlands that have neither heard My fame nor seen My glory. And they will declare My glory among the nations. Then they shall bring all your brethren from all the nations as a grain offering to the LORD, on horses, in chariots, in litters, on mules and on camels, to My holy mountain Jerusalem,’ says the LORD, ‘just as the sons of Israel bring their grain offering in a clean vessel to the house of the LORD.’ (Is 66:18-20) The ancient boundaries of the coastlands (nations) were according to language and family: From these the coastlands of the nations were separated into their lands, every one according to his language, according to their families, into their nations. (Ge 10:5) In the millennial kingdom of Messiah, it appears that those boundaries don’t disappear. Maybe they are re-drawn according to the original assignments, or maybe the shifting of peoples and their languages results in re-drawing. I’m not sure whether that’s important, only that the boundaries of Tzion are established and respected. Isaiah prophesies that all nations and tongues will gather. The only event(s) we know that fit this prophecy is the gathering to the House of Prayer for All Nations, the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. Zechariah 14:16 prophesies the nations will begin to observe the feasts of Adonai in the millennium. Zechariah’s prophecy seems a little more aligned with Isaiah’s vision of the millennium, a time that still seems very much within a perfecting, but yet physical, world. How, then, do we see the Bride's gathering into the cloud (1 Th 4:16) to remain in the Presence of Adonai versus being a “sign” for the gathering of the nations? Are we in the Presence of Adonai or active among the nations? Maybe it’s not an either/or question, simply one of learning from both prophecies. A thousand years is a very long time. A thousand years ago, the Vikings were terrorizing Europe and beyond by sea, and the Byzantine Empire still sailed the Mediterranean. There were castles and kings. The samurai in Japan were beginning to arise as a warrior class. The Mayans had not yet reached the pinnacle of their empire. We’ve come a long way, baby Bride. And the nations will have a long way to go in the millennium. From the text in Exodus describing the giving of the Torah, an identity evolved of Israel as a Bride. In Jewish thought, Moses is the one leading the Bride out to meet the Bridegroom at Sinai. From here, the prophets (Je 2:2 among others) take up the Bride as an identity of Israel who is willing to do and hear the commandments of her Elohim. She’s saved from Egypt and bound in covenant of her free will. The New Testament Scriptures extend this identity and elaborate upon it. Likewise, the Feast of Shavuot is seen as the time at which the Bride will be sealed. The Feast of Trumpets is the resurrection of those sealed and the righteous dead, but what of the ten days until Yom HaKippurim? Those days are seen as an opportunity for the “intermediates,” or as Yeshua calls them “lukewarm,” to repent and return to the Covenant before the gates close at the conclusion of Yom HaKippurim. What are the sealed righteous doing during this ten days?...

Duration:00:49:30

Last Passover Week Chronology of Yeshua: Summary of the 30-Part Series

2/18/2024
I will close my 30-part series on the Last Passover Week Chronology of Yeshua in this Real Israel Talk Radio episode. With this extended study (one hour and six minutes), I will summarize all I have presented since starting the series. I will begin and end with three questions: 1) How did Yeshua manage to […]

Duration:01:06:33

Mark Call – Parsha “Terumah” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

2/18/2024
From the story of the “Exodus” itself, this week’s Torah parsha, Terumah, (Exodus 25:1-27:19) takes a bit of a turn, and embarks on a description of the building and furnishing of the mishkan, or ‘tabernacle in the wilderness.’ But what is most noteworthy, perhaps even confusing, is the level of detail. Why? And why is […]

Duration:01:32:54

Mark Call – Daily News Update Friday

2/16/2024
An extended look back at news, and related commentary, for the week ending Saturday, 17 February, 2024.

Duration:00:49:49

Torah Teachers’ Round Table – Tanakh Edition – Isaiah chapter 24 into 25

2/16/2024
The Torah teachers, Mark Pitrone, Mark Call, and Ray Harrison, take a detailed look at the Book of the prophet Isaiah, chapter 24, and then into 25.

Duration:01:38:21

Drive Time Friday

2/16/2024
David Justice, Jeff Prystupa, and Mark Call discuss the Deceptions, Distractions, Double-think, and Dissemblings of the Week, and where we go after starting to ‘come out of her.’

Duration:00:48:54

“Come out of her, My people” Show ~ Mark Call weekly

2/15/2024
There are so many apparently impossible challenges facing those who begin to see the Truth of just how evil the world has become, and deserving of Judgment, than many people seem to feel overwhelmed, or even hopeless. Mark suggests that is certainly the intent of the Tyrants and Wannabe World Dictators, who serve that ‘other […]

Duration:00:49:47

Mark Call – Daily News Update Thursday

2/15/2024
News and commentary for Thursday, 15 February, 2024.

Duration:00:26:20

Mark Call – Daily News Update Wednesday

2/15/2024
News and commentary for Wednesday, 14 February, 2024.

Duration:00:24:53

Mark Call – Daily News Update Tuesday

2/13/2024
News and commentary for Tuesday, 13 February, 2024.

Duration:00:25:00

Image Bearers Radio Ep. 134- What Do You Want? (Part 6)

2/13/2024
How do we get our lives unstuck? Is belief alone the thing that gets our lives moving and producing the kind of fruit we & God desire? How do we actualize the idealized version of ourselves? In this series, we are seeking to answer the question Yeshua asked His disciples in John 1:38, “What do […]

Duration:00:50:00

Image Bearers Radio Ep. 133- What Do You Want? (Part 5)

2/12/2024
Stuck. Mentally, emotionally, spiritually. What do you do when you’re stuck? How do you find what you’re looking for in life, relationships, career? Is belief alone the thing that gets our lives moving and producing the kind of fruit we & God desire? How do we actualize the idealized version of ourselves? In this series, […]

Duration:00:50:00

Mark Call – Daily News Update Monday

2/12/2024
News and commentary for Monday, 12 February, 2024.

Duration:00:24:53

Dead Sea Scrolls, Gezer Tablet, Essenes, Trump Calendar Pt2

2/12/2024
ARE YOU AWARE of the Gezer calendar tablet found 20 miles NW of Jerusalem that pre-dates both the DSS calendar scroll AND the Babylonian Captivity? We also look at the Dead Sea Scrolls Qumran Zadokite Calendar which is almost IDENTICAL to the proposed Hanke-Henry replacement WORLD CALENDAR they have proposed calling the "Trump calendar" complete with a "Trump Week"... they also propose doing away with time zones and international date lines. Connecting a lot of dots INCLUDING New Age "Christian" Channeler Edgar Cayce & Theosophy founder Madame Helen Blavatsky beliefs regarding the Essenes & Jesus!

Duration:00:25:00

Now Is The Time with Rabbi Steve Berkson | Are You Covenanted? Part 32

2/12/2024
What kind of relationship do you think you have with our Creator? Do you believe you are “in covenant” with the Almighty? What are the two things needed to have the correct relationship with YHVH? What determines whether or not you have a relationship with Him? Proverbs 5:5 talks about a “strange woman” and how […]

Duration:01:06:36

Dr Hollisa Alewine – A Better Torah Starter (with guest Timothy Herron)

2/12/2024
A Better Torah Starter Yitro The Torah Portion Study Habit This week's Torah portion is Yitro, or Jethro, named after Moses' father-in-law who had some very practical ideas for the fledgling nation. It should make us grin to see Moses fall into a very common trap, thinking he had to do everything on his own instead of assembling and teaching a team to help him carry the load. Why do leaders do this? Often it's from a fear that he or she protects the sheep from harmful influences, others who might lead or teach the people astray. It's a heightened sense of responsibility when the leader feels there is no one else qualified. Very understandable, but needs improvement. Sometimes it is ego-centric. The leader likes being the leader and having everyone consult him/her on every issue. He/she likes the feeling of power that comes with being in charge. Needs heart improvement. The Father's sheep are not there to boost our self-esteem. There are probably lots of other reasons, but I suspect the best of Moses, which is what we should do. Suspect the best intentions. In spite of his good intentions, Moses was wearing himself out as well as those who need help and guidance! In fact, the sages say, Yitro is pointing out that it's disrespectful to the people to make them stand in line all day. Don't you feel disrespected when you have to sit in the waiting room for an appointment for hours? Your time is valuable, too! And how many times did Moses have to repeat himself each day? What if everyone who had a similar question could be addressed in a particular court? Local judges could take on the responsibility of teaching the most common laws and applications so that it became common knowledge, like what happens when four cars approach a four-way stop at the same time. Not that they were driving cars in the wilderness. I'm sure it was donkeys or ATVs. Yitro's practical advice sparks Moses into training and setting up judges to help him carry the load so that he can become the Supreme Court to hear cases that the primary leaders and appeals courts couldn't handle. This was a better way. Our medical system implements this model to train physicians. In a teaching hospital, you might first see a med student who does an initial exam and workup, then there will be an ascending level of expertise called in to treat the patient and train those learning: interns, residents, attendings. Yitro's name comes from yoter in Hebrew: more. Yoter tov is better, more good. More good better. Yitro reminds us that sometimes there is a more good better way of doing things, and that way is more respectful of people's time, need, and their own responsibilities. Since the Israelites were newcomers to the Torah, they needed an appropriate level of instruction to get started. This is a stop sign. It is red with white letters and has eight sides. The letters spell STOP. It means to come to a complete stop. Look in all directions. If more then one of you approach the stop sign at the same time, then let the donkey on the right go first. Isn't that easier and more good better than thousands of donkeys galloping around the wilderness trying to figure out which Hebrew word means "Stop"? On this week's Shabbat livestream, I've invited Timothy Herron to join us and teach a sample lesson from his Seedtime and Harvest workbook series designed for newcomers to the Torah. Like Yitro, Tim said, "There's a better way to introduce folks to the weekly Torah portions." Many people begin to study Torah haphazardly, or maybe they never start because they're discouraged by all those Hebrew words we're using and how comfortable we seem with feasts and commandments they've never studied. New language, new laws...no wonder it's intimidating! Tim's workbooks ease in the beginner to Torah with smaller bites of information and an introduction to the structure of the Torah portions. The point is to help the learner establish a study habit instead of a reading habit. Anyone can read through the...

Duration:00:49:01

Road to Calvary: Christ and Christ Crucified!

2/11/2024
Audio reading: Exodus 25:17-30, Matthew 27:15-31, Psalm 33:12-22, Prov 9:1-6 Audio reading: Exodus 25:31-26:14, Matthew 27:32-66, Psalm 34:1-10, Prov 9:7-8 Sometimes we have to go back to basics. We have to go back to our essential core truth: We are ALL sinners, the penalty for sins is death, and our Savior, our Messiah, Jesus/Yeshua, in […]

Duration:00:50:00