The Church today has departed so far from the primordial teachings that Jesus revealed. We need to go back to our roots, back to the traditions that were imparted to the first Church.
El maná que llovió del cielo en el desierto (Éxodo 16) es un símbolo de las enseñanzas más profundas de la Palabra de Dios que tienen la capacidad de nutrir nuestra alma. Debido a que los israelitas no entendían lo que estaban recibiendo cuando se derramó el pan, no pudieron entrar en lo que Dios […]
The manna rained from Heaven in the wilderness (Exodus 16) is symbolic of the deeper teachings in the Word of God that have the ability to nourish our soul. Because the Israelites did not understand what they were receiving when the bread was poured out, they were not able to step into what God had […]
Rosh Hashanah, also known as the Feast of Trumpets, is quickly approaching with much anticipation for God to move among His people. Rosh Hashanah is appropriately translated to mean “head of the year.” In Biblical custom we see the Lord ordering the observance of the Feast of Trumpets as the beginning of a time of […]
Are the commandments necessary for our salvation?
How do the morals in the church today compare with the
morals in the early church?
“Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord your God. In it you shall do no work” (Exo 20:8-10). There seems to be a lot of dissension among believers on whether we are still obligated […]
The church of today quotes 1 Peter, saying, “I’m part of the ‘royal priesthood’” and yet does not understand their functions as a priest, nor do they recognize the hierarchy and order of the priesthood. We hear often “we’re all the same,” which is contradictory to Scripture. In Matthew 17, Yahushua only took three out […]
There have been many great men of God who have been used mightily by the Lord, especially when it came to birthing a new move or a revival. There is this understanding that they all had. They all knew the importance of the Early Church Fathers. They all were trying to go back to the […]