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Thank you for joining me on my Spritual Birthday Party on May 14!
Ms. Peters will discuss her research about the Seventh day Sabbath vs. First Day Sabbath. Many of her contemporaries had done this research previously and came up with the same result: There is NO SCRIPTURAL EVIDENCE for Sunday worship. Why have the "Church" NOT change their day of worshp from Sun. to Sat.?There is only a MINORITY of the 41,000 Christian relgious denominations worldwide who are obeying the 7th day Sabbath.
Man IS FORBIDDEN to add or take away LAW in the Bible/Torah as stated in Deut. 4:2, 12:32 & Proverbs 30:16. Will you transgress to the commandments of God by tradition (Takanot)? You can give your church leader a copy of the 1 page letter template that was develop to share or give to your church leader.
Former Pharisee, Nehemia Gordon, a Dead Sea Scrolls scholar and Semitic language expert, explores the ancient Hebrew text of the Gospel of Matthew from manuscripts long hidden away in the archives of Jewish scribes. Gordon's research reveals that the more "modern" Greek text of Matthew, from which the Western world's versions were translated, depicts "another Jesus" from the Yeshua portrayed in the ancient Hebrew version of Matthew. Gordon explains the life-and-death conflict Yeshua had with the Pharisees as they schemed to grab the reins of Judaism in the first century, and brings that conflict into perspective for both Jew and Gentile alike. He concluded that Jesus/Yeshua SUPPORTED the Torah and He did not take anything away. He wanted the disciples to follow the Torah and not the man-made traditions.
You can watch his 2 hours teaching at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tddCNY6U77Y or you can obtain his book, "Hebrew Yeshua vs. Greek Jesus".
Who are you going to obey man-made Laws (traditions) or the Word of God? Visit LetitiaPeters.weebly.com for more info.
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