Today Christmas is a holiday well known by Christians and non-christians alike. It’s a season that places retail companies back in the black and decorates houses with lights and various attractions. But did you know that Christmas was not always celebrated by Christians and that Christmas was even outlawed at one point in time? Join us as we learn more about this holiday and this tradition, the scriptures related to Christmas, as well as the history surrounding Christmas. Come learn the God Honest Truth with us.
Everything that lives will eventually die. When it comes to us humans, we sometimes refer to this as the human condition. Scripture reveals that all who sin shall die, but what happens when we die? Various cultures around the world have various explanations as to what happens after death, but as Messianics/Christians we put our trust and faith in scripture instead. So what does scripture tell us happens after we die? Join us as we delve into scripture to find out.
Halloween is an old tradition dating back thousands of years. It always comes around on the same date, October 31, of every year making it easy to remember. And it’s a tradition that is celebrated not only by pagans, wiccans, and atheists, but also by some Christians as well. But where did this old tradition come from? What is it meant to symbolize? What does scripture have to say about this holiday? Join us as we learn together about Halloween and what scripture says about this tradition.
Through the years the original sin tradition that has come down to us, at least in some circles, is that human beings are conceived and born as sinners. We’re told that as soon as we’re conceived in our mother’s womb that we are sinners in need of salvation. But is this tradition true? Can we find evidence for this from logic, reason, history, but most importantly Scripture? Come study with us on the topic of “original sin” and let’s learn together.
Sorry again for the late notice, but I still have a lot to do on finishing up the drash for the next episode with the research and what not. Plus I have been invited to a men’s conference tonight as well. I was planning on pre-recording tonight’s stream and just airing it at the regularly scheduled time, but that just didn’t work out. I apologize again and hope everyone has had a great week and will have a great, restful, and blessed Shabbat. Shabbat shalom everyone! Hope to see you next week at the regularly scheduled time!