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Outline of God’s Marriage, Divorce, and Remarriage to His Only Wife: Israel

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This is just a basic outline of God‘s Marriage, Divorce, and Remarriage to His Only Wife: Israel. This outline may not cover everything but it serves to illustrate quickly the basic events.   Ca 1446: God marries united Israel (all twelve tribes including the mixed multitudes which were assimilated) at Sinai. They are betrothed (legally married but not cohabiting). They have ... Read More »

Did God Get Divorced?

God got divorced.

To understand God’s relationship with Israel and the pain that He felt, imagine that you fall in love with a young woman who later gets sold into slavery. You rescue her against all odds. You scale mighty mountains; you pass through dangerous dales, and even defeat dreadful dragons. You have rescued your love at great cost to yourself but it ... Read More »

Two Houses Now United: The House of Israel and House of Judah Restored as One

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Were Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob Jewish? No! Before the break of the united monarchy ca 930 BC, there were NO JEWS. There were Hebrews who became the nation of Israel, which then split into the House of Judah and the House of Israel.  Despite this historical fact, nearly every modern Jew uses the term loosely to mean any descendant of Abraham, ... Read More »

Why Did Paul Call the Old Covenant a Ministration of Death?

Did Paul call the Torah a “ministration of death”? 2Cor 3:7 But if the ministry of death, written and engraved on stones, was glorious, so that the children of Israel could not look steadily at the face of Moses because of the glory of his countenance, which glory was passing away,   Paul is not equating God‘s commandments with death. ... Read More »

Ministry Update – We Moved to CO!

Hi Friends! Thank you all for your prayers and financial support…we are truly honored that continue to bless us. We wanted to let you know that we moved to Colorado! We are now located in Denver, CO. We decided to move in order to start a fellowship and for better affordability, and a love for the Rocky mountains. I took ... Read More »

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