Blog Archives

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 23

Our next key individual and series of events will be centered around Jacob. Jacob flees from Esau and goes to Paddan-Aram for 20 years. He has wives and children over the years, but he is losing favor with Laban and

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 22

Josh 3.1-17 tells the story of the crossing of the Jordan by Israel. The Ark of the Covenant (Yeshua) is 2000 cubits ahead of the people. Yeshua will be 2000 years ahead of the people when they come to believe

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 21

Now we are going to go back to the journey to Sinai after they crossed the Red Sea (Yom Suf) and pick up some concepts that we will see played out all over Scripture. It will be 47 days once

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 20

Now we are going to talk about believers in Yeshua. In Acts 18.18, we learn that Paul had his haircut because he was coming out of a Nazarite Vow (Num 6.1-9). In Acts 21.15-26, we learn that Paul offered animal

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 19

We are going to discuss the Sanhedrin in the First Century and how those rulings are seen today in Judaism and by many messianic teachers. We are going to disagree with much of how the authority of the so-called Oral

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 18

The day that God gave the commandments is called “Mattan Torah” or the “Giving of the Torah.” This is the first Shavuot, but how do we arrive at Mount Sinai and Shavuot today in our walk. First, we must have

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 17

Israel saw the great power of the Lord and “they believed in the Lord and in his servant Moses.” Exo 15 gives what is called the “Shirat Ha Yam” or the “Song at the Sea.” It is very eschatological and

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 16

Exo 13.21-22 tells us that a pillar of cloud guided them by day, and a pillar of fire by night. As a result, they could have traveled at night also. That brings us to some of the same terminology in

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 15

We have mentioned this before, but from the time that Jacob enters Egypt to the Exodus, it will be 210 years. Jacob works for Laban for 20 years, and leaves in the 21st year, and goes back to the land.

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 14

Yeshua’s first coming did not “fulfill” the “pakod.” It is a “yes” and “no” situation. It is a “here now, but not yet” type of thing. When Yeshua came 2000 years ago he started the Messianic, or Second, Redemption for

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 13

Let’s go to the Mishnah, Rosh Ha Shannah 1.3, where it says, “Because of six New Moons do messengers go forth to proclaim the time of their appearing: because of Nisan, to determine the time of Passover, because of Av

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 12

Exo 12.2 says, “This month (Aviv/Nisan) shall be the beginning of months for you, it is to be the first month of the year to you.” This is referring to the beginning of the religious calendar. Up to this point,

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 11

We have mentioned the Covenant between the Halves in Gen 15.7-18 several times. The animals were cut in half by the backbone and the participants would walk in between the parts saying that if one of them ever broke this

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 10

Moses and the elders of Israel were to go to Pharaoh and say “the Lord, the God of the Hebrews, has met us. So now, please, let us go a three days journey into the wilderness, that we may sacrifice

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 9

Now we are going to take a look at the second sign the Lord gave Moses in Exo 4.6-8. Moses is told to put his hand in his bosom, and then to remove it. Moses does it and his hand

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 8

From his first encounter with Pharaoh in Exo 5.1-3 to Exo 12.31, Moses has always said “three days” to Pharaoh, like the Lord told him to say. But, he has told the elders of Israel that they were going to

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 7

In Exo 3.16, we have a very interesting phrase used that has prophetic implications and is even alluded to by Yeshua. The verse says, “Go and gather the elders of Israel together, and say to them, ‘The Lord, the God

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 6

In Part 5, we looked at 40 direct references to Yeshua being the Shaliach of God. That does not include indirect references or derivatives of the word “sent.” The objective is to hear it the way his audience heard it,

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Exodus-Part 5

In Exo 3.2-6 we have something in this passage that mentions “the angel of the Lord.” Then later in the passage it says “the Lord saw”, “God called” and “he said.” This is all being said by the same individual.

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament

Tanak Foundations- Concepts in Exodus-Part 4

We are going to look at several passages to glean more information. In Exo 3.1 and Exo 18.1 we learn that Yitro was “the” priest of Midian. In Num 10.29 we learn of Hobab, the son of Reuel, Moses’ father-in-law.

Posted in All Teachings, Articles, Idioms, Phrases and Concepts, Prophecy/Eschatology, The Feasts of the Lord, The Tanach, Understanding the New Testament