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Marci June 24, 2019 at 12:09 am

Is there a church that celebrates the feasts, and calls Jesus by his Hebrew name?


David June 24, 2019 at 1:25 am

I wish I could tell you about one Marci, but I’ve not seen one. If you have like-minded people around you, maybe a home church is an option.


Carolyn Ladd July 20, 2019 at 11:02 pm

Check out Steve Berkson who heads up Messanic Torah Observant Israel (MTOi)
Great teacher


David July 20, 2019 at 11:30 pm

Carolyn, I just made a Facebook post about Steve Berkson this afternoon, as I watched his video called ‘Beware False Prophets (Identifying the Anti-Messiah)’

I would disagree that he’s a great teacher, for he doesn’t even know who the antichrist is, and he falsely associates it with Jesus Christ.

The office of the papacy, the Popes of Rome, fulfill Bible prophecy as the Son of Perdition of 2 Thessalonians 2 and the antichrist beast of Revelation; who leads the harlot church, who is called “Mystery, Babylon the Great.”

We are not waiting on a futuristic one-man antichrist, and anyone who says that we are, is a false prophet. Time is short, I pray that you search out the truth so that you’re not deceived by how the end times play out, and so that your not caught by surprise by Messiah’s return.

Here’s a Bible study that summarizes it, and then the studies on the website prove it out verse by verse.


Arlene Morehouse August 14, 2019 at 10:46 pm

I read what you wrote about Daniels 70th week. When do you say the 69th week ended?


David August 24, 2019 at 1:30 am

Arlene, many people point to the 70 weeks of Daniel prophecy starting in 457 B.C., so 483 years (69 weeks) later is 27 A.D. That would mean that Messiah started His ministry in 27 A.D., in the fall; and was killed 3 1/2 years later in the Spring on Passover in 31 A.D. Here’s a website about the 70 weeks of Daniel prophecy.


Xenia August 23, 2019 at 9:08 pm

What are your personal thoughts on the Orthodox Churches and also the Torah Observers? Even though the Orthodox “broke away” they still seem to carry much of the same practices yet claim they are the true church. Torah Observance has also become a popular “movement”, but highly controversial.


David August 24, 2019 at 1:28 am

Hello Xenia 🙂 The Orthodox Church is essential a daughter of the harlot church of Rome. They believe in salvation through the sacraments and they revere Mary as the intercessor to the Father; which is a false salvation message.

We are still called to keep the Father’s commandments, as we can see in Revelation 14:12 “Here is the patience of the saints: here are they that keep the commandments of God, and the faith of Jesus.”

A Sabbath day of rest from work, from chores, from prepping food, etc., is good for us, as it gives us a rest day from those things, and it gives us more time to spend with family, and with Scripture and in prayer. So Sabbath-keeping is for our benefit, and no doubt our Father is blessed by it.

I believe that the Father prohibited His people from eating pork and shellfish, as they are scavengers, and they don’t eliminate toxins effectively; so their meat is toxic. So he wasn’t banning eating them because He’s a control freak, but because He knows what’s good for our body.

That said, we strive to obey His commandments out of love, not for salvation. And some people are too Torah-focused, and act like modern-day Pharisees.

I hope that helps give balance.

Keep learning and growing in The Way!


Xenia August 28, 2019 at 3:43 pm

Hey, I’m glad my comment posted, was trying to get a hold of you since I’m no longer on FB. Thanks for your response. What about the Early Church Fathers though? I know many were gnostic but some claimed to have spent time with the original apostles but what bothers me is the RCC revers these guys and calls them their saints. The Orthodox Church also uses their writings to stay in line with scripture. Do you know of any legit church fathers or were they over rated by the church ?


David August 28, 2019 at 4:25 pm

Hey Xenia 🙂 Some of the early church saints taught Scriptural truth. Others were gnostics and created heresies to deceive believers. I haven’t research the teachings of the early church saints, so I can’t say for sure who is legit and who is overrated.


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