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  • 02:07

    What did JESUS/YAHUSHA teach ?

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    The apostle warned us in 2 Cor.11:4 to " not give heed to another gospel or to the preaching of ANOTHER JESUS". ??? Is there really a way to teach the doctrine of Christ differently from how the early church was taught? Are you and i being taught what he himself taught in his earthly ministry in our church groups?

  • 01:14

    through thy precepts

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    through thy precepts i get understanding and hate every false way
    today we listen to brother yarashalam who has been censored by youtube we know why
    the easter deception
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  • 01:17

    Who was the Good Samaritan?

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    Many of us continually look for an encounter of Christ Jesus.  How often have we prayed that Jesus would reveal himself to us?  We do not have to look very far because Jesus reveals himself in the parable of the Good Samaritan.  Often we look at the obvious of a kind man who traveling a road finds man left for dead.  We all agree the kindness of the Good Samaritan exceeds what most people would do to include the religious elite. However, the parable is a metaphor for the salvation of Christ. 
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  • 01:37

    Yahusha is Yahuah in Flesh

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    Who is Yahusha and what that means for his chosen people.
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  • 01:08

    “When God is for you, who can be against you” – The ministry of Judges. Judges 2

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    Insprational Wednesday - Hosted by - Dianne Asams - February 15, 2017 at 8:30 PM  Call in number 1-347-945-7659
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    “When God is for you, who can be against you” – The ministry of Judges.
    Judges 2:16-23
    The primary message of Judges is that God will not allow sin to go unpunished. As Exodus established, Israel was God’s people—He was their King. They had forsaken the covenant established at Mount Sinai. In Judges, He disciplined them for following other gods, disobeying His sacrificial laws, engaging in blatant immorality, and descending into anarchy at times. Yet because they were His people, He listened to their cries for mercy and raised up leaders to deliver them. . Whenever the LORD raised up a judge for them, he was with the judge and saved them out of the hands of their enemies as long as the judge lived; for the LORD had compassion on them as they groaned under those who oppressed and afflicted them. But when the judge died, the people returned to ways even more corrupt than those of their fathers, following other gods and serving and worshiping them. They refused to give up their evil practices and stubborn ways."  Unfortunately, even these godly individuals did not wield sufficient influence to change the nation’s direction. The people’s inability to resist sinful Canaanite influences eventually revealed their desire for a centralized monarchy, led by a righteous king whom God would choose as His intermediary.
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  • 00:30

    "INTERCESSION"

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    What intercession is, how it operates effectively, what it does. Intercession is. Study these scriptures and be blessed in the name of the LORD JESUS. Romans 8:26-27; Jn 13:34; Jn 9:6-7; Jn 20:22; Ephesians 6:18; Ephesians 3:11-12; Jeremiah 27:18; 2 Kings 13:1-14-19; Acts 16:25-34; Josh 8:18-19; Gen 18th chapter; Exo 18the chapter. Luk 2:36-38; Eze 33:7; 2Sam 18:19-28; James 3:11, 5:12; Mk 1:40-41

  • 01:00

    God, You Did This For Me!

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    God has a meaning behind all His amazing teaching and growing lesson. I'm thankful that He include us in the process through Jesus our Lord.

  • 01:24
  • 02:59

    The Reset Button Episode 67: I Shmuel (Samuel) 8 - 10

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    Back from another rest show, his taught ones panels continue their contextual journey through the entire Bible from Bereshit (Genesis) to Revelation. Picking back up at I Shmuel chapter 8 and working through chapter 10, the panel and guest callers discuss Yisrael's demand for a King and the annointing of Shaul to fill the position.

  • 00:30

    THE TRUTH OF THE SACRED NAMES YAHWEH AND YAHSHUA

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    A DISCUSSION ABOUT TODAYS CHURCH AND HOW IT RELATES TO IT'S LACK OF TEACHING ABOUT THE ORIGINAL HEBREW SCRIPTURES.

  • 00:31

    The Real Deal Bible Study With Minister Akaiha On Judges

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    Welcome Royal Family I greet you with the joy that comes from knowing our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. God's has an awesome purpose and plan for our lives. Even Greater Things (John 14:12). We are so excited you have tuned in today. 
    Judges 20: How did this outrageous evil happen?
    The final story in the book of Judges is about as dark and evil as it can get. It concerns a man and his concubine. The story contains deviant sexual behavior, rape, and murder. Her body being dismembered and sent to 12 tribes of Israel. Did that push them to be the change they needed to see. The result is a civil war in which the tribe of Benjamin is practically wiped out.
    One question asked during the story should ring in our ears: “How did this outrageous evil happen?” How did the descendants of Abraham, this miraculously freed nation of slaves, these recipients of the Ten Commandments, these people chosen to be God’s very own come to this? The answer is “self and sin.” Their faith hasn’t been passed on to their children. Their heroes become more and more flawed. God is forgotten and their society begins to unravel. The writer of Judges concludes in the famous epitaph of the book: “At that time there was no king in Israel. People did whatever they felt like doing.” That, my friends, is a recipe for disaster. I’d better not read this with a detached sense of superiority. I live in a society in which “doing whatever one feels like doing” is the norm. We want a convenient God who does our bidding, but leaves us alone the rest of the time. When Israel tries that the result is disaster. Do we really think we can get away with it?
    Take Away: Whether we’re talking about an individual or a nation, it’s foolish to attempt to live apart from God.
    Moses will not free us. We must free ourselves.  We must punish our enemy. Amen So it is ! Ashe Selah