We are a husband and wife team called to prepare a people for the soon return of Messiah. We believe that we have been called to be part of the commonwealth of Israel making us citizens of the Kingdom of YHVH by Faith in His Son Yeshua. However, that does not mean that we are to live as we please. We have been blessed with His Ruach that guides us into all truth and teaches us the difference between the holy and the profane as we walk out the Torah of YHVH in our every day lives. We believe that we have all been called to live a life of maturity and to move from being a believer into a true disciple. We believe that this can only be achieved once a true understanding of who we are is taught and accepted. Yeshua through His death and resurrection opened the way for each and everyone of us to be included in His eternal plan, an thereby enter into the family by faith and each of us has the right to mature and become a True Son or Daughter of Inheritance. We teach the Message of Adoption and Inheritance as well as the Message to the Remnant of YHVH in this generation. May all that is posted here speak to your heart Mat 28:19” Therefore, go and make taught ones of all the nations
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In 2009 Yosef and Aliyah launched their first blog, from a tiny room in their home. A place to casually share their Bible learnings with the world, the blog was called Seeking Truth in Torah and reflected their journey in to the Hebrew Roots of the Christian faith. It began as an extension of the pastoring work Yosef was involved in, as well as the counselling work Aliyah was doing. Within a few months they started a weekly class with a hand full of attendees, where the Bible was taught.
Two years later, Yosef and Aliyah were teaching 5 classes a week and hosting gatherings for the festivals. It was then where Seeking Truth in Torah evolved in to a ministry, a ministry with a heart for training, discipling and building up others with the truth of Gods word. Yosef graduated with his degree in theology and Aliyah finished up her master’s degree and both were ordained as ministers. During this time, a raging fire was lit in both Aliyah and Yosef, a fire to share the Bible with the nations of this world! So after 3 years of teaching, they left class teachings and set out on outreach mission trips.
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While we often focus on the specific lives of individuals, today we want you to encounter the life of a woman in the Bible. What was she doing every day? What was she involved with? How much freedom of movement did she have, did she have a choice in how she spent her time? Was she as subservient and “poor” as some like to call her? Or was she a woman who could own, trade, make, create, decide and steward well when and if she wanted to? What was daily life like for women in Ancient Israel? In this teaching, Aliyah answers these questions with thrilling insights and scholarly depth.
In this teaching, Aliyah continues to explore the lives and complexities of discovering people groups mentioned in the Bible. In this particular teaching, she takes viewers into the city, experiences and lifestyle of the Hittite people, and where they are found in the Bible.
When Alexander the Great died, his vast empire was split between the Seleucids and the Ptolemies. The Seleucids set about radically imposing their values and Greek ideas on to the Jewish people. Some fell to the influence of Hellenism, while others resisted. Mattathias and his sons rebelled against Greek ways and stood against the Seleucid army. This family became known as the Maccabees, but their brave fight to ward off Greek ideas seeping into Jewish life, was short-lived.
Their ancestors soon slipped steadily into Hellenism and lusted for power. Civil war broke out, and the Jewish people felt only animosity towards these rulers. A Maccabean descendant, Shelamzion married her cousin Alexander the king, and her destiny would begin to unfold during a time of war, terror, murder, and injustice. This is her story, a story worth reflecting on during the feast of Chanukah.