Are you ready to go deeper into your walk of faith? Many know Jesus Christ, but we want to introduce his True Name: Yahusha Ha Moshiach, the Melchizedek (King of Righteousness). Discover the priesthood that provided our redemption and is open to the circumcised of heart!
What is Torah? Everyone has heard of the Book of the Law, but most never hear of the Book of the Covenant. Covenants of promise (Ephesians 2:12) are distinct, traceable throughout Scripture, and they are available to us today.
Didn’t Yahuwah say He would never break his covenant (Psalms 89:34)? When the Promise Covenant (Genesis 12) had a death penalty (Genesis 15) added to it, our sin nature was bound to make things messy. When the Israelites sinned at the Golden Calf, Yahuwah made a preparation in His Torah that would allow us to return to the foundational relationship He originally called us to.
How do we know what is Covenant and what is Law? What happened to the Melchizedek Priesthood? Learn the four elements of covenant that attach back to the Avraham/Abrahamic Covenant and the 19 laws that are outlined by Rav Sholiac Shaul/Rabbi Apostle Paul in the Brit Chadasha/New Testament. Separate from being a nation with priests, to a nation of priests!
Are not the Levites the chosen priests for the nation of Israel? We know that under the law one family (Aaronic), from one tribe (Levi), exclusively was admitted to the priesthood and that the Gentiles, as unclean, were so far from having it in their power to discharge that priesthood that they were forbidden to enter into the temple! Yeshayahu/Isaiah prophesies the coming a holy nation (Isaiah 66), a return to Covenant, and a Melchizedek reality!
What was it that was added because of transgressions? Just how many trips did Moshe/Moses make up to the top of Sinai? Discover how Moshe/Moses and Yahusha/Jesus are both Melchizedek Covenant Mediators and how a distorted, Greco/Roman, chronological lens will impact the Melchizedek revelation.
Do you want the blessings or the curses? We can now begin rightly dividing the Torah (2 Timothy 2:15) into that which is Covenant and that which is Law, that which is of Faith and that which is of Works, that which is Carnal and that which is Spirit, from Bereshith/Genesis to Gilyana/Revelation with the consistency of the Melchizedek!