Season 6 episode 5 summary of they historic churches beliefs and doctrines.

We look into the early Church Fathers beliefs, the branch of Christianity that is often overlooked in history from the council of Nicaea, the doctrines of the churches, The starting of the Catholic Church and the reformation of the protestant Churches. We check the different beliefs of Unitarians, Trinitarians, and the different beliefs such as Jehovah’s Witnesses, Calvinists and other forms of beliefs. 

Sabbath readings
Deut 7:12-11:25
Isa 40:1-26
Mark 12:28-34

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History provided by The Church of God International

Season 6 episode 3 who is your God?

Today we are going to dig into scripture and while we do I want you all to ask yourself, who is your God? Is he loving or malevolent? Is he human or spirit? Let’s find the truth together!

Season 6 Episode 2 The apocalypse of Adam


We look into the Gnostic Scripture The Apocalypse of Adam, As people seem to claim it being about truth. We will dig into together and find out whats right and whats wrong with the gnostic scripture. (Apologize for how I sound, I haven’t been feeling good lately)

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Season 6 Episode 1 Morning Star (Jesus/Yeshua vs Satan/Lucifer)


SEASON 6 ALREADY!!!! Today we have an early release episode of this (due to construction at my house) I wanted to make sure you fellow brothers and sisters are ready for the Sabbath! We look into a very confusing aspect of “Morning Star” and how it relates to Lucifer and Jesus in scripture. Lets dig in and get down to the roots of it all! I strive hard to give you all an experience where we take all the worldly confusions and make it clear!

Sabbath Readings
Numbers 25:10-29:40 (30:1)
1 Kings 18:46-19:21
John 2:13-22

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I want to thank everyone who has helped and been on this journey with me. As someone who struggles with my day to day life, I felt I couldn’t ever do something for God and seeing the amount of listens and people enjoying this has really inspired me to continue. I pray everyday for this world to be shaped better in God’s image and even though we struggle, we hurt, we suffer, we are all a family in our Lord! Season 6 which means we’re bridging over 60 episodes, so please share with friends, family, loved ones, strangers, together we all can get away from the worldly fog that pollutes our mind and focus on the word of God!

Faith vs politics

I hate politics, I truly do. Not so much the people but the action, the virtue and idea of governmental, political powers that are set in order to be our institutions on which we rely on. Why did I use “hate” as a word? Well the way I see this world is becoming more and more wicked. I don’t know if any of you agree. When Jesus (Yeshua) roamed with his ministry with his disciples there was a few things he said. In John 18:36 “Jesus answered, My kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: but now is my kingdom not from hence” showing that his kingdom isn’t on earth and he didn’t interfere dabble with politics or governments. Infact it was Paul who wrote more about governmental institutions. However Jesus also mentioned in Mark 12:17 “And Jesus answering said unto them, Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s. And they marvelled at him.” Why did Jesus (Yeshua) say these things? Because at the time the gentiles were taking over land, building giant nations, raging war against neighboring areas, and becoming worldly people with the desires and wants of this world. Jesus’ kingdom was for that of the spirit, for love, for those who give themselves to God.

The truth of the matter is that this world with our technology, cars, engineering, and everything that makes our lives easier are illusions, idols and devices that make us see the world in a worldly way. People can argue that the times are different, it’s how to survive, we need them for society today, and some of that debate maybe valid… But it’s also in context of greed. A sin many people have. Greed mixed with lust. Many of you have seen the commercials with attractive people trying to sell a product and manipulate our minds in thinking that’s what’s the best to get. I’M NOT INNOCENT EITHER!!

But it’s time we see the value of God, we stop arguing over the politics, we stop being greedy and getting all the new phones and cars. It’s time we look at our neighbors, and our enemies, we forgive them, we love them and we continue as people together, not just as one nation… But as one world… Under God… Together without any hate, prejudice, greed, lust, envy, sins in general and we focus on giving to God what is God’s.

Coming together in Faith

Today we live in a world in the shadow of sin. We see so many things some of us dont agree with and we’re forced to accept them as truth because of the way society is. When we bring up our opinions and statements; we are often chastised, made fun of, bullied and not accepted. This however was a very common thing in the days of the past. Christians used to be chastised, ridiculed and killed for their beliefs. Many Martyrs rose up against these people and although were killed, they sent a message to the world. Jesus (Yeshua) was no exception. The Son of God was often ridiculed and hated among the many for his truth and revelations that have been given out throughout the Old to New testaments.

Why is this world like this? 2 Cor 4:4 “In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them.” and although this is a world that God YHVH has made, Satan is the biggest influencer of the evil deeds that continue throughout today. There will be a time, where like will shine through this world and the return of the Messiah will come, When our Lord will be revealed and everything will be made anew. Until that time we need to urge ourselves to stay away from the sins of this world, regardless of the conviction that withstands in this world.

I invite all of you, to come together… Bring your Christian friends, Atheist friends, Agnostic, Jewish, Muslim, Mormon and even those in a pagan belief to see the world through the eyes of our God. Each of us is blessed and given the holy spirit. It’s not our place to “Make” them believers; but to at least share with them the word of God. To try and let that seed be planted and given to them so that the possibility that Christ will be grow with them in spirit, love and truth.

We can’t save everyone but we can bring as many to God as possible. We can show them the reality and truth of God and one day, we can hopefully see them with us… in Gods Kingdom.

God bless you all!

Season 5 Episode 11- Road Trip to God!!!


Lets take a road trip! We look into life as a highway and the temptations we will endure during our life. What will it take to reach God? How is our life compared to a road trip? We look into the lifeline and temptations we endure and find the love of God throughout the Bible.

Sabbath readings
Numbers 19:1-22:1
Judges 11:1-33
John 3:10-21

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Lineage of Noah (maps and explanations)

So lets start this off by this is in the Book of Genesis and this is being based on biblical scripture.

As we know in the beginning after the garden of Eden’s sin, the exile from the garden. The murder of Cain and Abel and the fall of the sons of God in Gen 6… we are left with the Lineage of Noah. So before the 12 Tribes of Israel; there was the time of Noah.
Gen 5:32 tells us about his 3 sons; Shem, Ham and Japheth. Gen 6-22 parallels his children and Gods plan to build the ark and establish his covenant with him; and in Gen 7:13 they entered the Ark. In Gen 8:4 we learn that it landed on the mountain of Ararat; which today is a volcano in modern day Turkey. Gen 9:21-27 tells us what Ham did when his father Noah was naked and drunk and that led to Noah cursing Ham saying ” And he said, Blessed be the Lord God of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant” and followed ” God shall enlarge Japheth, and he shall dwell in the tents of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant. ”

In this construct we notice that Noah wishes Shem to be blessed and Ham to be a servant under Shem. In 1 Chronicles we learn about the lineage of Japheth. Chronicles was paralleled by Gen 10 which explains the Lineage between Shem, Japheth and Ham. In accordance to Gen 10 we see that the lineage of the children grew throughout history and took over different continents in the world.
Ham as the forefather Southern people
Shem as the forefather of the middle people
Japheth became the forefather of the Northern people

So where exactly did they go?
Well Shem; was surely blessed by the lord and began the 5 Semitic nations of Asia. These places where known for their faithfulness.
-Elam (Persians) Northeast of the Persian gulf)
-Asshur (Assyrians) Settled between Euphrates and Tigris river
-Arphaxad (Babylonians) in Chaldea
-Lud (Lydians) settled in Asia minor, but some also sailed across Mediterranean and settled around Northern Africa.
-Aram (Syrians) biblical name for Syria and was located North and East of Israel

Japheth ended up going to Europe and he was enlarged much like the bible stated. The Japhethites were known for their high intelligence and they begot the seven nations of Japheth.
-Gomer (Cimmerians) North of the black sea, and most likely traveled around later on and took over Germany, France, Spain and the British Isles.
-Magog (Scythians) lived north of the Caspian sea
-Madai (Medes) South of the Caspian Sea
-Javan (Greeks) Settled in Greece
-Tubal (Turks) lived south of the black sea
-Meshech (Slavs) lived between the black and Caspian seas
-Tiras (Etruscans) west of the Black sea

And Ham, which again was cursed by Noah to be the servants of Shem he begot his own land which is Africa. The Hamites were known for their physical endurance and strength.
-Cush (Ethiopians) settled in Ethiopia, south of Egypt. Some of them migrated up by the Persian Gulf.
-Mizraim (Egyptians) they settled in North Eastern Africa
-Phut (Libyans) also known as Libya; settled in northern Africa
-Canaan (Canaanites) settled above Africa, east of the Mediterranean. Was later given to the Hebrews.

Now Canaan was stated to be Shems servant and that was something that happened throughout the Torah all the way up to the book of Joshua. This started in Gen 12 where Abraham was promised his own nation. It is believed that Abraham was from Ur according to Genesis 11:31 and Ur from my understanding was in the region of Sumer or Southern Mesopotamia. If we skip a lot of Abrahams travels and move to Exodus 9:4-6 we see that God wants the people to behold what happened in Egypt and what he wishes his Kingdom to become. In Deuteronomy 9:5 we learn that it wasn’t given to the Hebrews because of their righteousness but because Canaan was just a very sinful area. Leviticus and Deuteronomy explains multiple acts of Idols, taboo acts and child sacrifice at that time and then Moses sent spies over in Canaan in Numbers 13 and also we see the reference of the 12 tribes of Israel. After Moses passed, Joshua took over the campaign of Moses.

In these passages we find the Campaign of Joshua taking over Canaan. We see that in Joshua (6:24, 8:28 and 11:23) he takes over Jericho, Al, and Hazor. (11:19) explains that Joshua didn’t even want to fight most of these people but had to as no one wanted to make peace with the Children of Israel, the ones who were enslaved in Egypt and redeemed by God and his messenger Moses. It was around 1250BC that Canaan was taken over according to Britannica history. However; I do believe the Bible over this even though it does show a close relation to what occurred for reference.
Below are pictures of that of what eventually became of Japheth, Shem and Ham (These pictures MAY not be fully accurate; but they were the closest I could find at this time; if I find or am presented with better ones I may update this post)

Lastly I want to a few scriptures
Leviticus 19:17-18 To not hate your brother, and love thy neighbor.
Numbers 12:1-9 That God loves us all and hatred shouldn’t be in our hearts no matter who the person is, no matter the place, race, nation they live in.
John 13:34 Jesus’ final commandment to love each other as he loved us.