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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Psalms 138-140

Psa 138.1-8 alludes to the coming of the Messiah. The heading in Hebrew merely say, “L’David” or “Of David.” In Psa 137, the people were silent, defeated and captive. In this psalm, the people are rejoicing over the fact that

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Temple 201-The Ceremonies (Birth of Yeshua at Sukkot)-Part 47

Earlier we made a point about why Gabriel apparently sent Miriam to the house of Zechariah. There may have been a very good reason. We know the prophecy in Isa 7.14 says that an “almah” will give birth to a

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First Century Congregational Structure-Part 5

In Eph 4.11, we have the functions of the zekanim (elders). Others can do these functions as well, but that doesn’t make them a zekan. The purpose of these functions is to equip the believers in the congregation to do

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How Well Do You Know The Scriptures-Part 2

We are going to begin with “where to start” studying with someone new, or if you want to get yourself started. Why should we study these things? It is because the Bible always comes from the context that you are

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What We Believe

Welcome to the White Feather Ministries website. This site will contain biblical articles on a variety of subjects like prophecy and eschatology, the Temple, current events, numerous articles on a variety of subjects and verse by verse Bible studies all

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Hello world!

Welcome to White Feather Ministries where we are going to study the Scriptures and the phrases, idioms and concepts associated with them. We will also try to understand them from a first century perspective, the century in which they were

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