Many people struggle because they apologize but yet still feel un-forgiven. Let's see what the scripture reveals to us about forgiveness and repentance. Scripture reveals to us in 1 John 1 verse 9 that “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.” The … Continue reading Forgiveness
Many people are confused with whom it was that Moses saw, and many believe Moses saw Yahshua. Since scripture cannot contradict itself, let’s examine some of these accounts and see if we can better understand this. In exodus chapter 33 we read Moses, when conversing with the Lord, saw His backside. Verses 18-23 say; And … Continue reading Who did Moses See?
Many people believe that Michael is merely an angel, as in a created being. There are very few apparent accounts of Michael in the scripture, so this conclusion without deeper study would be logical. However, Lets examine a few things and see if we can take a closer look into his role and personality. Names … Continue reading Who Is Michael . . .
To Keep the Sabbath What does it mean to “keep” the Sabbath? Many assume that if they go to Church or spend the day off from work, they are “keeping” the Sabbath holy: because they are setting it aside. However, the Sabbath was not a time that man sets aside, but a time that was … Continue reading To KEEP the Sabbath
You also, as living stones, are built up into a spiritual house, a holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices, acceptable to God by Jesus Christ. (1 Peter 2:9) Many lessons can be learned from examining the building of the temple. We read that TWICE the temple was torn down, and a command to rebuild … Continue reading Building Jerusalem
Before jumping into this topic, it would be well for us to take heed of God’s counsel: “To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them,” Isaiah 8:20. The word “law” is the Hebrew word “Torah,” H8451, and it means … Continue reading The Law and The Sabbath
What was nailed to the cross? What did Christ come to remove?
What was nailed to the Cross?
Examining Colossians 2
There has been much confusion on what exactly the verses in Colossians 2 mean. Some believe that they mean the ‘Law of Moses’ was nailed to the cross; others say only the feast were nailed to the cross. Let’s examine the scriptures and see if we can make sense of this verse.
We have to remember when reading scripture context makes all the difference. So to properly understand what message Paul is giving in Colossians 2 lets examine the topic being discussed in chapter 1.
Let’s begin by examining the verse, in Colossians 2, that many use to say God revoked the Law of Moses, or the feast.
“Blotting out the handwriting of ordinances that was against us, which was contrary to us, and took it out of the way, nailing it to his cross;”
So from the above scripture we…
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Head Coverings. . . Are they law? Part 1 Because scripture does not give us a “thus saith the Lord” when it comes to the question of head coverings, we cannot definitively say that this was law. However, let’s take a look at this and search deeper. The fact of the matter is that if we … Continue reading Head Coverings
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What was nailed to the Cross? Examining Colossians 2 There has been much confusion on what exactly the verses in Colossians 2 mean. Some believe that they mean the ‘Law of Moses’ was nailed to the cross; others say only the feast were nailed to the cross. Let’s examine the scriptures and see if we … Continue reading What Was Nailed To The Cross Examining Colossians 2