Category Archives: Apostolic Writings

Why did Yeshua quote ‘blessed is he who comes in the name of the LORD’ from Psalm 118?

Richard AgeeSukkot day 3 — The annual seven-day festival of Tabernacles, סֻכּוֹת Sukkot in Hebrew, is the feast all about the final, great ingathering of people into the Kingdom of God.

In the modern world we are living in, there are certain things that Messiah said that are targeted to us and our time.

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Yom Kippur and being ‘released from the law’

Richard AgeeMost Christians interpret Rom. 7:6 to mean that the Torah has been cast aside and that we don’t have to live by the rules of the Torah anymore. Life does not come from the letter of the Law — and it never did.

We deserve death under God’s holy law, but Yeshua the Messiah gives us life to live the law with a new “heart.” That’s the message of יום כיפרים Yom Kippurim, the Day of Atonement.

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Did the Apostle John and Ezekiel meet each other in vision at God’s Temple? (part 1)

Daniel AgeeIn the vision Yekhezqel (Ezekiel) had of a temple, Yekhezqel watches a man measuring the temple. In the vision apostle Yokhanan (John) had of a temple, recorded in Revelation, God tells him to measure the temple. Was Yekhezqel watching Yokhanan measuring the temple? Did God give allow Yekhezqel to see someone who was born 600-plus years after him?

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