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Messianic Shabbat - The Harvest Mark McLellan

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Unable to join us on Saturday mornings? Listen online! One of our goals is to spread to the nations, Torah teachings from a Messianic, Charismatic perspective. This podcast is one of the methods we are using to accomplish this. We have listeners in Bermuda, India, Kenya and other locations all over the world! We do ask that you please consider supporting our efforts as we spread God's word through the Internet.

    Yom Teruah - Reminding God to Have Mercy On Us

    Yom Teruah - Reminding God to Have Mercy On Us

    If the fall holy days were a train, Yom Teruah would be its engine. This engine pulls us into the reality of God’s eschatological judgement where every soul that has ever lived will be judged in the return of His Son, Jesus. For each person, this will result in either a gracious, merciful, and overwhelmingly meaningful salvation, or a profoundly terrifying, agonizing, irreversible damnation! As we remember, keep, and celebrate Yom Teruah (the holy day of blowing shofar/trumpets), we are reminded of the inevitable return of King Jesus and the subsequent, quintessential, end-time judgement of the living and the dead. Interestingly, when we blow the shofar/trumpet, we also remind God to be merciful to us by granting salvation and blessing instead of the damnation that we all deserve. In the midst of all this there is also the Judgement Seat of Messiah, where we are made accountable for how we lived our lives in His grace. Thank you for joining us in this holy day of our God!

    • 47 min
    Yom Teruah and The Trumpet of God

    Yom Teruah and The Trumpet of God

    The fall holy days start with Yom Teruah (The Day of Blowing Shofars/Trumpets). It is an annual holy day that falls from sunset to sunset and is a day of sounding the shofar/trumpet. The appointed time is a reminder to us that our King is a judge and a savior. He judges Israel and the nations by bringing chastisement to the unrepentant wicked and salvation and deliverance to those who humbly confess and forsake their sins as they place their ongoing faith in Yeshua the Messiah! Interestingly, the trumpet of God is symbolic of the Gospel and we are the angels who proclaim (sound) the good news of salvation to the unsaved and unrepentant as to escape the coming wrathful judgments against wickedness. In this teaching you will discover the revelation that you each are angels of God, commissioned to blow the trumpet of God (the Gospel of His Kingdom) to all those around you as He gathers all who will be saved through repentance and faith in Yeshua!

    • 40 min
    Pagan Days or Your Father's Holy Days

    Pagan Days or Your Father's Holy Days

    Most Christians know very little about God’s annual holy days. Even though they are seen throughout the bible, they are ignored and sometimes even rejected by Christians. They have been told that they are for the Jews only. This has been the sad history of the Church. But things are changing. Many believers are having a renaissance with the Word of God. They are taking it seriously, and as a result are very interested in God’s redemptive calendar and holy days. Many churches and believers are coming back to an authentic faith, filled with celebration surrounding God’s great redemption which is memorialized in His holy days. Come and join us in this journey of redemption as we explore the themes of the holy days.

    • 42 min
    Your Promised Land

    Your Promised Land

    Rebellion ruins. Submission saves.

    • 49 min
    The Breath of Life

    The Breath of Life

    God is the giver of all good gifts – life being chief among them. Those who receive life have the moral responsibility to thankfully receive it, cherish it, sustain it, guard it, and protect it. They also have the moral responsibility to hold everyone else’s’ lives as sacred as their own. This is the first and highest gift of God. In this teaching we will take a closer look at what life is. We know it is more than just breathing air, eating, and sleeping. In fact, without a proper view of life, we will descend into the abyss of self-interests, corruption, and death.

    • 43 min
    The Mark of the Beast or the Mark of God Part 3

    The Mark of the Beast or the Mark of God Part 3

    In every great crisis, people get concerned about the mark of the beast. The mark of the beast is once again on the minds of believers due to the world-wide pandemic and social unrest. This week, we will be discussing the mark of the beast and addressing a few questions related to this topic. What is the mark of the beast and who receives it? What is the mark of the God and who receives it? Which mark do you have?

    • 58 min

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