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Torah Life Ministries Podcast
Bible Instructions For A More Excellent Way
Category: Christianity
Location: West Palm Beach
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Raw Food Chef and Author and Torah Teacher Paul Nison. Your Health Watchman.

by Paul Nison
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April 12, 2017 08:54 PM PDT

King David had such a heart for Yahweh. Every Christian should read the Bible every day. Going to church but not reading your Bible is a waste of time. Learn all about the Hebew Roots of Yeshua by learning the Torah. I continue to do live readings of the Psalmes on my channel. As believers we are to pray, praise, proclaim, read, repent and submit daily.

April 02, 2017 08:46 PM PDT

Exodus 12:14 and Exodus 12:16 Not Exodus 2:14 and Exodus 2:16

Why Do Christians Celebrate Easter and not Passover?

Exodus 12:14 and Exodus 12:16 Not Exodus 2:14 and Exodus 2:16

Why Do Christians Celebrate Easter and not Passover?

This year, a billion or more people who identify themselves as Christian will celebrate Easter. The week before, a far smaller number will observe Passover.

How do these two scenarios compare? On the one hand, we have a fun-filled Easter egg hunt, Easter bunnies galore and an Easter Sunday sunrise service. On the other, a solemn Passover service that typically includes participants washing one another’s feet and partaking of unleavened bread and wine.

Easter seems more fun, more joyous; Passover seems old-fashioned and more serious. These are some differences that are obvious on the surface. Many other differences aren’t so obvious.

A valid replacement?
Have you ever compared the meanings and symbols of Passover and Easter? Have you ever asked what God thinks of the two?

If you celebrate Easter with sincerity (and many millions do), you likely regard Easter as a religious holiday that superseded the archaic Old Testament Passover. After all, that’s what most churches teach—that Easter has replaced the Passover. But is there more to the story than that?

Even the Catholic Encyclopedia acknowledges that Jesus and His apostles never celebrated Easter, observing instead the seventh-day Sabbath and the annual festivals of God, including the Passover, all listed in Leviticus 23 and mentioned in many other places in Scripture ( New Catholic Encyclopedia, Vol. 5, 1967, p. 867, “Early Christian Feasts”).

You might have heard that Easter came from pagan origins but may have simply dismissed this as irrelevant. After all, God surely wouldn’t mind if you celebrated this holiday to honor Him, would He? Yet He does mind. The Bible clearly states that God wants to be worshipped according to the way He instructs in the Scriptures (see Deuteronomy 12:29-32).

Has Easter, in fact, replaced Passover as a Christian obligation, sacred because so many people keep it and because it was sanctioned by the universal church? Additionally, does Passover keep the Jews (and those Christians who insist on observing it) in darkness, unable to receive the grace and life of Jesus Christ?

If those assumptions are true, then—end of story. But if they are not, then we’d better ask some serious questions. In fact, we’d better seriously question those assumptions either way.

Shining the light on Easter
Can Easter and Passover be compared and weighed in the balance? If so, could and would it have any effect on your life, your future?
Finally, let’s review how Easter and Passover compare and differ.

Jesus observed the Passover, not Easter, with His apostles, instructing them to continue to observe it and teach it to the Church and declaring that when He returns, He will observe it again with His true followers (Matthew 26:26-29).

Easter, even the very name, finds its origins in the worship of an ancient fertility goddess, Ishtar (or Ashtoreth as she was called in Israel during Bible times—1 Kings 11:5, 33; 2 Kings 23:13). She was worshipped in many ancient nations, which helps explain the origins of the Easter egg, a fertility symbol associated with this goddess (Alexander Hislop, The Two Babylons, 1959, pp. 103, 109).

There was another church that emerged after the early New Testament Church, one that began as an alternative to the original Jewish-Christian church of Jerusalem. Over time it appeased, negotiated, reconciled and pacified the pagans into accepting a nominal form of Christianity; and by replacing the Bible’s religious observances with popular idolatrous celebrations, it merged paganism and Christianity into a new religion.

Instead of easter, consider the Hebrew Roots of Yeshua. Read what the Bible really has to say about this Holiday and how the religion of christianity changed it.

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March 26, 2017 08:43 AM PDT
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If we desire to have God take away all our worries and fears and stress we much obey Him. If we seek a clean heart we must repent to him. In this audio I explain how we can heal and grown from our experiences and relationship with our Creator.

Create in me a clean heart, O Elohim; and renew a steadfast spirit within me. -Psalm 51:10

For He has delivered me out of all distress; and my eye has seen its desire on my enemies. -Psalm 54:7

March 20, 2017 06:30 AM PDT

The things happening is this world today are insane and clearly sin. Many Christians will be the first to remind people how bad it is to cross dress, and about homosexual acts in children's movies, but at the same time continue to sin and transgress Gods law daily.

March 13, 2017 02:25 PM PDT

Waiting for God to help us is not easy, but David received four benefits from waiting. 1-God lifted him out of his despair, 2-God set his feet on solid ground 3-God steadied him as he walked, and 4-God put a new song of praise in his mouth. Often blessings cannot be received unless we go through the trial of waiting.

March 08, 2017 06:57 PM PST

A continual theme that you see in the Psalms in that they humble who fear Yahweh will be redeemed and saved by His salvation (Yeshua) but the prideful will be punished. See more videos on my website http://www.TorahLifeMinistires.org

February 25, 2017 09:29 PM PST

Many Christians say we are no longer under the law. The Bible says that sin is transgression of the law. So if there is no law how can we transgress? In this audio I explain what Torah is and what Law means. Also how to apply the law for our life.

February 20, 2017 07:41 AM PST

I've been doing live Psalm readings every day via my website. Here is a taste of how it is going. Please tune into my website and youtube page to see every reading live.
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February 12, 2017 11:31 AM PST

According to Scripture there is one sure way we know that our Creator blesses us. In this audio I discuss that way.

February 02, 2017 09:17 PM PST

Will Our Creator respond to our prayers if we are not righteous? The Bible tells us not only will He not listen to us, but He will bring evil upon us. This message needs to be heard by every Christian to understand the importance of works and the law.

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