Parsha “Tzav”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a two-part look at parsha Tzav (Leviticus/Vayikra chapters 6 through 8) which – AGAIN – has to do with something that not ONLY have we been told is all “done away with,” but is “BOOOOOORRing” besides.

Yes, we know that the “done away with” part is a Great Big Lie, but it’s really only boring if we try to pretend what were seeing happen now as a RESULT of that ignorance is.

The pattern emerges in the Erev Shabbat Overview:

SSM Tzav 2020

But this year, now that “TSHTF” is in our rear-view mirror, maybe some of the lies we’ve inherited from the ‘whore-church fathers’ are a bit more evident. And, no, Mark doesn’t start “pulling punches” now, because too many lives, and more, depend on our coming to a knowledge of the Truth.

And isn’t it an amazing “coincidence” (!) that this is also “Shabbat HaGadol,” the Sabbath before Pesach? And that much of what we are already seeing fits the pattern already layed out for us?

There are a lot of dots to connect now. And this teaching will no doubt offend some. Because it should.

What has happened, is IS happening, on an international, literally truly SATANIC level, is an offense to YHVH.

And those that have been told that the commandments of Yah, concerning “sacrifices” to Him, are “Boring,” and “done away with” should ponder just how closely the Fourth Reich Police State, based on the Covid-19 Pandemic Panic, look SO MUCH like the things that “Yahuah commanded Moshe…”

…except, it’s not Moses this time, and certainly not the God Who Wrote the Bible, that people are making those blood sacrifices to.

“Tzav: As Molech Commanded Bill Gates – so did he. What, are we missing something?”

The combined two-part teaching is here, via the Hebrew Nation Radio page.

 

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Parsha “VAYIKRa”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a two-part look at the first parsha in the Book of the same name, Vayikra, (Leviticus, in the English) which – AGAIN – has to do with something right off the top that we have been told is all “done away with” anyway.

The problem is, that Great Big Lie helps cover up one of the biggest “twistings” at the heart of the “Whore Church”.

We see the pattern emerge in Erev Shabbat Overview:

SSM VAYIKRa 2020

But, what, AGAIN?

Why does the Torah spend so much ink on things we’ve been lied to about so often, and told are “done away with”? (Even IF, in this case, there IS no temple any more…)

What are we missing? Could it even possibly have to do with “twistings” surrounding the “Most Important Sacrifice in Human History?” And if we get THAT wrong, then what?

“Vayira: Offerings are NOT the same as ‘sacrifices’ — OR — If we Sin Willfully AFTER Coming To the Truth, We Are in a Whole Heap o’Trouble”

The combined two-part teaching is here, via the Hebrew Nation Radio page.

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Double Parsha “Vayakhel – Pekudei”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a two-part look at the double parsha, “Vayakhel,” then “Pekudei” (Exodus ch 35 through the End of the Book) seems to mostly describe, in no small amount of detail, more aspects and elements associated with the contruction of the ‘mishkan’, or Tabernacle in the Wilderness. But it turns out that when the Creator of the Universe and Author of Scripture spends this much “ink” on a topic, there’s more here than we have probably heard in ‘sunday-skool,’ especially when we may well have been told it’s all “done away with” anyway…

SSM Vayakhel-Pekudei is the Erev Shabbat Overview.

Mark starts the Sabbath teaching off by addressing head-on one of the questions that may at least be in the “back of the mind” of many: What relevance TODAY, given pandemic panic and likely martial law, does a lot or clearly repetitive information about the construction of something we don’t even HAVE anymore have anyway?

At least part of that answer has to do with cycles, and why (to paraphrase Mark Twain) sometimes the cycles don’t so much as repeat, but ‘rhyme’. But what was vital that the people who had just made, and barely survived, the sin of the ‘golden calf’ DID is exactly what we’d better be able to understand today. That is, if we are “wise-hearted,” and understand why “faith without WORKS is dead.”

“Vayakehl-Pekudei: The Works of the Wise, Willing-Hearted in a Time of Testing”

The combined two-part teaching is here, via the Hebrew Nation Radio page.

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Parsha “Ki Tisa”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a two-part look at parsha, “Ki Tisa” (Exodus 30:11 – 34:35) which includes THE story that is among the most fundamental in the entire Bible to the understanding of “why we are where we are,” even if so much of <em>religiosity </em> prefers to deny the obvious.

There is much more in this “chock-full parsha,” however, as the Erev Shabbat overview makes clear:

SSM Ki Tisa 2020

The Bible is clear that a “stiff-necked people” wanted ‘many gods’, and the sin of the ‘golden calf’ grew from idolatry. But more problematic is how Aaron, the high priest himself, was not only drawn into the failure, but was allowed to continue in such a position of responsibility.

The questions posed tell us why that event is still relevant to people that are, millenia later, no less “stiff-necked”.

“Ki Tisa: Can a “stiff-necked peole” actually ‘self-govern’?”

The combined two-part teaching is here, via the Hebrew Nation Radio page.

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Parsha “Tetzaveh”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a two-part look at parsha, “Tetzaveh” (Exodus 27:20 – 30:10) and not only more on the “splendor and beauty” of the priestly garments to be made for Aaron and his sons, but a bit of an incongruity as well. Are appearances REALLY all that important? Or is there more here than “meets the eye”?

SSM Tetzaveh 2020

And again, the question of “why?” Why this emphasis on clothing, or “outward appearance” when so much of Scripture focuses in the opposite direction? Why “seeing” rather than “hearing”?

“Tetzaveh: Splendor and Beauty – but Appearances CAN Deceive”

The combined two-part teaching is here, via Hebrew Nation Radio.

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Parsha “Terumah”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a two-part look at parsha, “Terumah” (Exodus 25:1 -27:19) and an apparently sudden “shift” from instruction about commandments and judgments following the giving of the Covenant at Mt. Sinai to some detailed contruction information about the ‘mishkan’, or tabernacle.

And certainly one of the first questions that might come to mind is “why?” Why now, why the level of detail, and why the emphasis on “terumah”, or freewill offerings, gifts, at this point in the story? Those are a few of the elements that make up the Erev Shabbat “overview”.

SSM Terumah 2020

The Sabbath day teaching suggests that one of the interesting aspects of this parsha, especially in the context of ‘current events’, is that it’s almost a “time out”.

Moses is up on the mountain, if we’ve read ahead, we already know what’s going to happen next (and so does Yah!) and there’s already a plan in place to begin the process of restoration. And He gives people the opportunity to learn to give, too.

What does learning to give – from things that were all from Him anyway! – have to do with dealing with tests we still have to face?

“Terumah: Time Out! What do “

The combined two-part teaching is here, via Hebrew Nation Radio.

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Parsha “Mishpatim”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

This week Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship examines parsha “Mishpatim,” (Exodus chapters 22 through 24) which follows the “Ten Commandments” in a way that too many who teach that the “law is done away with” would no doubt prefer to CONTINUE to ignore.

The Erev Shabbat overview points out why the name “mishpatim,” ordinances, or judgments, is apropos, (there are more of ’em in this parsha than any other) but the structure itself speaks volumes. If the ‘ten commandments’ outline our relationships, first to our Creator, then our fellow man, in order that we might know how to stay OUT of the bondage of Egypt, then here is an immediate, dramatic contrast!

SSM Mishpatim 2020

The Sabbath day teaching is about what happens when the “Law” really IS “done away with”. Not by the One True Creator, YHVH, of course, but men who not only don’t like what He Wrote, but hate Him.

There has perhaps never been a more clear demonstration of what “lawlessness abounds” means! And this portion outlines the framework: Destroy “law”, destroy marriage and family, and slavery – REAL Slavery! – follows.

“Mishpatim: The Common Law ISN’T Any More, but PC Is Deadly”

The combined two part teaching is available here, via Hebrew Nation Radio.

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Parsha “Yitro”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship a two-part study of parsha “Yitro,” (Exodus chapters 18 through 21) which might certainly be one of the most “fundamental” in the Torah, if not even among the most important.

Mark sets out the overview in the Erev Shabbat teaching,

SSM Yitro 2020

The Sabbath day teaching begins with a look at the scorecard. What parts of the “Ten Commandments” still apply to a ‘church’ that already got rid of His Sabbath? So who is it really intended for, still, anyway?

“Yitro: Come all who will”

The combined two-part teaching is here, via Hebrew Nation Radio.

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Parsha “B’shalach”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

There is a military concept, sometimes attributed to ancient military strategist Sun Tzu’s book, <em>The Art of War</em><strong>, that is based on different types of fighting ground, from “open ground” to “desparate”. Today, that most desperate situation that people can find themselves in, a fight from which no escape seems possible, “backs to the wall,” or a literal fight for survival, is often called “Death Ground” by military strategists.

But one of the most ancient descriptions of such a seemingly hopeless situation comes from this week’s Torah portion, “Beshalach,” and precedes what might be the “Biggest Miracle” — in terms of scope and later fame — in all of Scripture, the “parting of the Red Sea” (ok, well, probably really the “Sea of Reeds”).

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship a two-part study of this first part of the long journey from bondage to freedom.

Mark sets out the overview in the Erev Shabbat teaching, which includes a WHOLE of elements that are fundamental to SO much of the Torah, along with what seems to be a setup for some potential contradictions:

SSM Beshalach 2020

The Sabbath day teaching takes on those apparent “contradictions” head-on.

“B’shalach: What is often OVERLOOKED about the ‘Crossing of the Red Sea, and LIFE Ground!”

The combined two-part teaching is here, via Hebrew Nation Radio.

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Parsha “Bo”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship a two-part study of the first part of the “plagues of Egypt” (Exodus 10:1 through 13:16)

“Bo,” or GO to Pharoah, is how the final installment of the story of the ten (or, three sets of three, plus one) plagues of Egypt ends, as the command to remember and TEACH it, as the Passover, begins.

The final plague in the sequence, death of the firstborn, is indeed different, for several reasons. And all of those shed great light on the narrative, and the nature of what is, and is NOT, happening now.

Mark sets out the overview in the Erev Shabbat teaching:

SSM Bo 2020

The final plague is particularly unique in that it not only requires the children of Israel to DO something specific, in order to see HOW Yahuah will “put a difference” between His people and those who will see suffer the death of the firstborn, but a repeated commandment to remember and teach it to our children, and children’s children, forever.

This story creates a narrative that is to be taught, and thus shape our lives and culture. It is, and was, supposed to be “forever”. And the fact that it has been so generally ignored, and the narrative even replaced with pagan, even “death-oriented” narratives, instead is vital to understand, and CORRECT, while there is time.

“Bo: Narratives are the Battleground!”

The combined two-part teaching is here, viat Hebrew Nation Radio.

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