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Set apart as holy Yeshua (את)

Shalom friends. If you will turn in your bibles to Lev 25:10, a treasure will be revealed to you. The verse reads: ‘And you shall consecrate (את) the fiftieth year, and proclaim liberty throughout all the land to all its inhabitants. It shall be a Jubilee for you; and each of you shall return toContinue reading “Set apart as holy Yeshua (את)”

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Yeshua as the zaroah/ shank bone AND as the seed we are to sow

Tonight as I was reading the Torah portion of Behar (Lev 25:1-26:2) I came to a stand-alone Alef Tav that I had skipped over previously, not understanding it’s significance. But this time it jumped out at me! If you do YHVH’s commandment of Passover/Pesach, this treasure will be clear to you. If you have yetContinue reading “Yeshua as the zaroah/ shank bone AND as the seed we are to sow”

Witness of Yeshua in 1 Sam 13:20 with a sickle.

In Revelation there are a few verses that mention sickles being used in the last days. For example, Rev 14:14-19, which read: We also have an end time prophecy in Joel 3:13 that mentions a sickle. But hidden in 1 Samuel 13:20, we have Yeshua, represented as the Alef Tav, being prophecied with a sickle.Continue reading “Witness of Yeshua in 1 Sam 13:20 with a sickle.”

YHVH את all righteousness of YHVH

In 1 Samuel 12:7 we have an interesting Aleph Tav (את) treasure. Our verse reads: Now therefore, stand still, that I may reason with you before YHVH את all righteousness of YHVH which He did to you and your fathers: – 1 Sam 12:7 This is another stand-alone Aleph Tav but it is right nextContinue reading “YHVH את all righteousness of YHVH”

The Two Middle Words and Middle Letter in Torah

Shabbat Shalom kingdom people! May you be having a blessed day of rest. Embedded in today’s Torah portion we have the two middle words (since there are an even number of Hebrew words) and the middle letter. We are in the Sh’mini Torah portion which goes from Lev 9:1 through Lev 11:47, or to theContinue reading “The Two Middle Words and Middle Letter in Torah”

Yeshua and taxes

In Matt 17, we have an account of Peter being asked by the tax collector of Capernaum if Yeshua pays taxes. The verses read: Mat 17:24 – When they had come to Cafer’nachum, those who received the temple tax came to Peter and said, “Does your Teacher not pay the temple tax?” 25) He said,Continue reading “Yeshua and taxes”

Yeshua, the Firstfruit offering

There is a verse in Leviticus/Va’yikra that prophecys Yeshua as the Firstfruit offering! Turn to Lev 2:14, which reads: “If you offer a grain offering of your firstfruits to YHVH, you shall offer for the grain offering of your firstfruits green heads of grain roasted on the fire, grain beaten from full heads.” – LevContinue reading “Yeshua, the Firstfruit offering”

Yeshua, our Redeemer

Welcome back! Before we reveal Yeshua as the Redeemer in Torah let’s look at some other English verses that prophecy Yeshua being our Redeemer, such as Isaiah 59:20, which reads: 20) “The Redeemer will come to Zion,And to those who turn from transgression in Jacob,”declares YHVH. 👆(“Redeemer” was already capitalized in the bible.) 😉 ThatContinue reading “Yeshua, our Redeemer”

Yeshua, the Bread of Life

The apostle John records for us where Yeshua refers to Himself as the bread of life, but we also have 3 accounts in the older testament (Tanakh) of Yeshua, being represented as the stand-alone Alef Tav (את), as the bread. Lets first look at what Yeshua says. Turn with me to John 6:35. His wordsContinue reading “Yeshua, the Bread of Life”

Yeshua, Gift of Eloheim / John 4:10

When Yeshua tells the Samaritan girl by the well that He is the gift of God (or better, Eloheim) we just gloss right over it as a nice saying, but we don’t think too much about it. What if I told you that there are 2 witnesses in the older testament of Yeshua, represented asContinue reading “Yeshua, Gift of Eloheim / John 4:10”