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.
Is Yeshua’s Linage True?
Many scriptures in the Bible are used as weapons against faith in Yeshua. One of the most challenged, is the lineage of Yeshua and the inclusion of Jehoiachin, the cursed king of Judah who was written off as “childless.” In this teaching, Aliyah carefully and apologetically, analyses the curse of Judahs final king and it’s connection to Yeshua’s lineage. This teaching is vitally important as we need to be equipped with the truth of scripture, to fully understand what we believe and to answer the anti - Yeshua naysayers.
The Adulterous Woman – Fact or Fiction
John 7 verse 53 to 8 verse 11. I’ve heard many sermons about this adulterous woman, some have stirred my heart and made me awestruck by Yeshua’s Love and Kindness. A love He often displayed. Yet, within those sermons, we have not encountered the truth about these few short verses. A thorough, discerning reading of any good Bible would tell you that these verses about the adulterous woman, do not appear in the earliest manuscripts of John. So where do these verses come from? And are they inspired? The truth – will give you something to think about!
Trial & Victory
It’s the new month of Adar, a month for miracles, joy and deliverance. In this weeks coffee break, Aliyah and Yosef get into the reality of trials, miracles and victory. Through the lives of both David and Esther, they discuss what overcoming and victory truly looks like.
Philistines – People of the Bible.
The Philistines are described as the most threatening of all Ancient Israel’s enemies. Mentioned over 200 times in the Old Testament, their presence threatens the peace of the land of milk and honey. But just who exactly were they? Where did they come from? What did they look like and what did the Bible prophesy about them? Aliyah covers this and more in this exciting teaching on people in the Bible: The Philistines.
The Amorites – People of the Bible
Last time, we took a closer loser at the Ammonite people of the Bible. In this teaching, Aliyah is digging into the people of the Bible, looking closer at the Amorites. This warrior tribe mysteriously appeared in the Ancient Near East, and within time, they flourished and their king Hammurabi became well known for the first law code of the world. Join Aliyah to take a deeper look at these ancestors of Abraham.
The Ammonites – People of the Bible.
Over the next few weeks, Aliyah will be sharing historical teachings on the people groups of the Bible, who often came in to conflict with the Israelites. Through these teachings you will become acquainted with the people who lived in the Ancient Near East and influenced life and history. The first in this teaching series is the Ammonite people. Take a journey with Aliyah through the Biblical thread of Ammonite history as they interacted with Gods people.
King Cyrus and Isaiah’s Prophecies
In the book of Isaiah, an unknown king is prophesied to come. His name is Cyrus, and his reign was foretold 150 years before it would happen. Through the chapters of Isaiah 44 and 45, Yahweh declared that King Cyrus would become a liberator for Israel and a shepherd of a vast empire. But was this prophecy fulfilled? And what does history teach us about Yahweh's divine words in the book of Isaiah? This teaching delves deep in to the Persian Empire, Cyrus and Isaiah's prophecies.
Do not do as they do
Matthew 23 is a complex warning from the mouth of our Messiah. The Pharisees sat on the seat of Moses, teaching Torah and a lot more. Yet, Yeshua said “do not do what they do!” In this Coffee Break, Yosef and Aliyah unpack this warning and it’s implications for our present day.
Should Women be Silent in the Congregation – 1 Corinthians 14
Congregations and leaders within faith communities have used two simple verses in 1 Corinthians 14, to preach a doctrine that women are to be “seen and not heard,” within congregations, bible studies, seminary halls and within areas of teaching influence. Two verses out of context from the letter of Corinthians and out of context of the greater teachings found in the New Testament.