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Korah 2022 || Brittney Scott

Korah/Korach, Numbers 16:1-18:32, covers the rebellion within the camp of Israel regarding who has the right to lead Israel, a fight over the priesthood, and ends with thousands dead directly upon the heels of the sin of the spies!  Isn’t it interesting that there is still an ongoing war over the …

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Naso’ 2022 (Pt. 2) || Pastor David Mathews

Naso – Aaron and the Sons of Levi Pt. 2. Numbers 4:21 – 7:89 6/25/22 I.        As we continue to ponder the role of Aaron and the other Sons of Levi in relation to the pattern of the Tabernacle Man in the Wilderness known as; ‘The Tent of Meeting’, we’re seeing …

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Remnant Manna TV || Episode 33

Tune in to Episode 33 of Remnant Manna TV on the Now Network featuring Pastor David Mathews! This episode is an excerpt from his teaching on the Torah Portion Miketz (the coming famine and role of Joseph – 2021)!

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Naso’ 2022 || Pastor David Mathews

Naso – Elevate: 6/11/22 Numbers 4:21–7:89. I.        This week’s Parsha follows on the heels of the last of the Holy Spring Convocations: Shavuot. The title of the Parsha is Naso, translated in the KJV as ‘Take’, but which literally means to lift, bear up, support, carry and to bear continuously. Not …

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Indwelling Voice – Shavuot || Shepherd John-James 2022

PPT – The Indwelling Voice – Shavuot – Mountain of Empowerment – ההר הַעֲצָמָה Psalm 67; Exodus 19:1-9 with Revelation 19:5-9 parallel; Leviticus 23; Acts 1-2 Shavuot – שבועות = Weeks (aka Pentecost). The count up to seven weeks/49 days. It is about returning to an original status. The root of Shavuot is Sha’bua/שבוע = seven. Now, …

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Bechukotai 2022 || Brittney Scott

Bechukotai/”In My Statutes”, Leviticus 26:3-27:34, is the last and final parshah of Vayikra/Leviticus!  It begins with promise of the immense blessings if we walk in His statutes and commandments, followed by the warning of the curses for rejecting the same.  It is interesting to note that the curses increase by 7 fold, …

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Behar 2022 || Pastor David Mathews

In the Mountain. Leviticus 25:1–26:2. I.       Though only 1 short chapter, this Parsha has staggering implications for those who adhere to its’ commands and equally, negative ramifications for those who refuse. Let’s begin by examining the central idea of this intriguing study – the Shemitah: H#8059, שמטה, a release, or remitting; from shaw-mat …

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Emor 2022 || Brittney Scott

Emor/”Speak!”, Leviticus 21:1-24:23, continues on with the “holiness code” started last week in Qedoshim.  However, these laws are specifically directed at the priests, yet with our understanding that Israel as a nation was intended to be and still is called to be a kingdom of priests (Exodus 19:6, 1Peter 2:9, Revelation …

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Acharei Mot 2022 || Pastor David Mathews

Leviticus 16:1–18:30 4/30/22. I.        This Parsha is unique in that while the previous instructions regarding ritual purity for all Israel has been discussed, now YHVH has them to take a look backward to recall the calamity that had befallen the sons of Aaron – Nadab and Abihu – who had approached …

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Counting the Omer 2022 || Brittney Scott

In lieu of the normal weekly Torah Portion, as we’ve entered the Spring festival season and specifically the season of the counting of the omer, this will be our focus!  Most are familiar with this season as the time frame from Passover to Shavuot.  7 complete Sabbaths are to be counted from …

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Passover 2022 || Pastor David Mathews

Lev. 23:4, 5. I.        While we treat this subject that is familiar to most Believers, we’ll hopefully extract some heretofore hidden revelation that is being unveiled for the specific season that we are now living in. Pesach is central to all we believe and as such, without this Holy Convocation, there …

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Shemini 2022 || Brittney Scott

Shemini/”Eighth”, Leviticus 9:1-11:47, details the official start of the Tabernacle service, having been dedicated for 7 days, on the eighth day it is now turned over to Aaron!  For 7 days the Tabernacle has been completed, furnished, and prepared, handled solely by Mosheh.  Exodus 40 provides these details, and the exact date …