God wanted an earthly address. Just as there is a heavenly Jerusalem and Temple, so must there be “…on earth as it is in heaven.” His earthly dwelling was the Temple on Mt. Moriah. What was it that made God pick that location out of all the real estate on earth? Why did God allow […]
(7 min video) – God wanted an earthly address. Just as there is a heavenly Jerusalem and Temple, so must there be “…on earth as it is in heaven.” His earthly dwelling was the Temple on Mt. Moriah. What was it that made God pick that location out of all the real estate on earth? […]
(6.5 min video) – Yeshua/Jesus delivered the greatest sermon of all time called the “Sermon on the Mount.” He spoke of an upside down world in which the first will be last, the road to greatness is by means of becoming the least, and the way to life is through death to self. These are the […]
(6.5 min video) – Journey with Jason to Shiloh, rich with spiritual history and prophetic heritage. Discover how ancestors of the faith cried out to God in Shiloh and moved from barrenness to blessing. Hear and receive Jason’s prayer as he asks God to deliver the same breakthroughs for you!
(5 min video) – Sukkot is the most elaborate of all the holidays mentioned in Leviticus 23. In ancient Israel, a water drawing ceremony marked the celebration. What was the significance of this? The seventh day was the culmination of the feast. On this day, Yeshua/Jesus made a bold declaration in John 7:37. What was […]
(4.5 min video) – Sukkot is the third fall holiday. It is known as Feast of Tabernacles and the Time of Our Rejoicing. Why? It celebrates God’s Presence, Protection, and Provision while Israel wandered in the wilderness. The people had food and water for 40 years. Even their clothes didn’t wear out! During this season, […]
(4.5 min video) – Yom Kippur is the holiest day on the Jewish calendar. God’s people come together to collectively and individually seek pardon and forgiveness from Him. This season is also about giving and receiving forgiveness from our brothers and sisters. We can’t ask God to forgive us and withhold forgiveness from others. Realize […]
(4.5 min video) – Rosh Hashanah is the biblical New Year. Along with looking to the future, we are called to remember how God has moved in the past. It is believed God made Adam and Eve during this season, so He is celebrated as Creator. The story of Abraham and Sarah is read during […]
Passover is incomplete without Pentecost, Shavuot in Hebrew. It is for this reason that we count down 49 days from Passover to Pentecost. This means that redemption (Passover) is not complete with out the revelation of God’s Word which happened at Sinai on Pentecost with the giving of the 10 Commandments. The reason being is that redemption without revelation leads to regression into slavery because without the truth you cannot truly be set free spiritually. Passover and Pentecost together lead to both salvation and transformation through Word and Spirit!