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NCI-Family Radio Calling forth Ephraim Mt Sinai Part 3

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Dear Family our Special Guest Kirk Carmichael, will be with us again, and we will be asking asking three very important questions as we are searching through "what happened on Mt Sinai with Moses and God."

Our first question is, "Why were they there to begin with? How does MT Sinai relate to the Covenant(s) established with Abraham? What were the pre- conditional promises, that were made to Abraham, that were supposed to be fulfilled on Mt Sinai, and most importantly, Why didn't it happen?"

What are the specific promises made to Abraham about the Land and the mighty nation they were supposed to become? Were the "band aids-the detour-covenants," that were given temporary?

Second question is, "What did Yeshua/Jesus do, or create in the New Covenant that was not accomplished in the Book of the Covenant, The Law of Moses, or The Book of the Law?"

Through Yeshua and the New Covenant, can we become The Kingdom and the Priests of The Order of Melchizedek, unto YHWH?

The third question is, "what is Paul talking about in his letters about the law, the covenant and Commandments, that seems to be so confusing? What are we missing?"

Are the promises and commandments of YHWH permanent? Are the temporary "limiting elements" of a rebellious people going to limit our access to the Priesthood and the Presence of YHWH?

Why did Moses make so many trips up and down that mountain? Is there a foundational principal that we are missing here that is keeping us out of the Tabernacle of YHWH and the Priesthood of Melchizedek? Join our regular Family and our very special guest who has spent more than a decade, to grasp and understand these foundational truths. "What happened on Mt Sinai Part 3"

 

 

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