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TE: Repent and Live
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December 24, 2013 06:39 AM PST
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In Ezekiel18, our Creator does not provide the answer on how He is able to forgive our sin should we repent, despite Israel questioning Yah on this matter. He simply commands Israel to focus on repenting first. He did not say that it was not a good question. It is actually a very good question. They simply asked the question at the wrong time. Now it is time to find out how He forgives us of sin, when we repent and live.

Brit Hadasha: Was Yeshua A False Prophet?
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November 30, 2018 01:26 PM PST
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Not surprising, counter-missionaries attack the idea that Yeshua was the Messiah with claims that he was actually a false prophet. Join us as we review their top three proofs of this assertion to see how well they hold up to Scripture.

TE: Does God's Law Prohibit Cheeseburgers
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June 29, 2015 11:09 AM PDT
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Believe it or not, in some circles, cheeseburgers are debated. This debate comes more from the mainstream Rabbinic interpretation of Deuteronomy 14:21. Indeed, this commandment is quite confusing, but we may be able to glean a deeper spiritual message from a closer examination of this verse.

TE: The 7 Laws of Noah
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November 18, 2018 05:45 AM PST
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The 7 Laws of Noah are said to apply just to Gentiles, while the rest of the Torah applies only to Israel, or those of the Jewish faith. Let’s go to the Scriptures to find where the truth truly lies as we explore the idea of the 7 Noahide laws according to the Word.

TE: This Little Light of Mine
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December 26, 2013 06:21 AM PST
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Do you let your light shine? Or do you hide your light? Before you answer, does it not make sense to Biblically define light first? What did our Messiah say about believers who hide their light? What happens to them? What happens to those who let it shine? This teaching goes well beyond the popular Sunday school song and enters the territory of practical application.

TE: Testing the Book of Jasher
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November 02, 2018 07:54 AM PDT
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The Bible mentions a “Book of Jasher” on two occasions. In modern times there are two known “Book of Jasher”, but are either of them the one mentioned in Scripture and trustworthy to be used as theological support as many do?

The Sabbath Day
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June 25, 2013 06:28 PM PDT
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We've all been told that the Sabbath is now on Sunday. But how many of us have truly tested that? Have we truly examined the basis of this belief? Or have we just blindly accepted what we have been taught over the years based on the interpretations of man's views of the scriptures that have been passed down through the generations?

We at 119 Ministries present this examination of the scriptures regarding the one day that was given as a sign and covenant for those who choose to follow our Heavenly Father.

Brit Hadasha: The Firstborn Son - Exodus 4:22
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November 02, 2018 08:16 AM PDT
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Many arguments exist about Messiah in Scripture. One such argument says that Messiah cannot be the Son of God because Israel was called the Firstborn Son of God. How can we reconcile Yeshua, angels, Israel, and even us all being “sons” of God if Messiah is the only Son?

TE: The Deuteronomy 13 Test
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February 10, 2014 06:28 AM PST
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Have you ever considered why the Jews reject the Jewish Messiah, our Lord and Savior...What if it was because many today misunderstand Paul...Millions of Jews reject the Christian presentation of Jesus and Paul, alarmingly, because the Word of God says to. Sadly, if the misunderstanding continues, Jews are forever prevented from not only not knowing their Jewish Savior, but also from experiencing the blessings of the New Covenant. This teaching exposes the gap in the misunderstanding, and takes a first step into building a bridge...

Brit Hadasha: Blood and Atonement
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July 26, 2018 02:34 PM PDT
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There are a group of people who argue that blood is not required in order for us to receive atonement, that we only need to repent. We, however, cannot find where Scripture actually supports such a theory.

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