Archive for the ‘Law’ Category

Parsha “Ki Tetze”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Sunday, September 15th, 2019

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship a two-step look at parsha “Ki Tetze” (Deuteronomy 21:10 – 25:19) and
aruably one of THE most utterly “politically INCORRECT” sets of Scripture in the whole Book. And the fact that just about everything IN this parsha is no so forbidden even to talk about, much less advocate as the Written Word of Yah, speaks volumes. As does the hideous state of the fallen world which so hates and ignores that Truth!

The Erev Shabbat overview of the portion:

SSM “Ki Tetze 2019

Alternative Link via Hebrew Nation Radio:

And given that this parsha is SO ‘politically incorrect’, there does of course need to be a warning. Not only is this “adult content” (even though “school children” are routinely taught things that are not only far more ‘sexually oriented,’ but certainly far more just plain WRONG!) but it is also the kind of thing that those who worship the “Other god” are lusting to ban, ASAP.

“Why is it,” Mark begins, that when it comes to parts of the Bible that the Whore Church would prefer to ignore or outright deny, “that we hear, ‘just because something is permitted IN the Bible doesn’t mean we should DO it,’ instead of, WHY do we insist people DO it even when Scripture FORBIDS it?”

The answer is laying in the streets of San Francisco. It’s glorified in the Superbowl halftime show. It’s crammed down the throats of innocent children in what now passes for ‘education’. And its failure is proven by everything from the divorce statistics to the lying traitors vying to be the next Dictator-in-Chief.

The fact that most of “the world” doesn’t even begin to understand WHY it is so important that this instruction for our blessing has NOT been “done away with” says more about our society than anthing you will EVER hear from the lying politicians or media. Or, even more sadly, from most of ‘the church’.

“Ki Tetze: that This SI so UTTERLY NOT PC Really Makes the Point – Abominations Abound!”

Alternative Link via Hebrew Nation Radio:

The combined audio file is here, on the Hebrew Nation podcast page.

Parsha “Ekev”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Sunday, August 25th, 2019

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a study of the set of several of the “most anti-paganism” and pro-Torah portions IN the Torah. It’s a theme that is repeated multiple times in Scripture, but perhaps nowhere else so clearly and unequivocally as in this parsha: When you come into the land, you shall not serve their gods, for that will be a snare to you. And when it comes to their idols, don’t even covet the gold and silver on them. Utterly detest them. Don’t even take an idol into your HOUSE, lest you be accursed like it!

The Erev Shabbat overview of the portion (Deuteronomy 7:12 – 11:25)

 

The alternative link via Hebrew Nation Radio:

Mark begins the Sabbath Day “deeper examination” of the parsha this week a bit differently. The parsha begins with what ‘shall come to pass,’ but – by now – all of that HAS come to pass, the blessings and the things that shouldn’t have happened, but did, leading to an exile still in progress. So it’s time to start with some talk about “faith”, and what happened with a lack thereof.

The theme of a ‘snare’, if we forget YHVH and are instead seduced by idolatry permeates the parsha, of course. But there is an element of understanding that reveals just how far down that road we’ve gone as a society when we think about what the point of “debate” once was. To find Truth, and seek to make a case based on Truth. When that is clearly no longer the goal, then what’s the point of discussion? And that goes a long way toward explaining what has happened to “civil discourse” in post-Biblical AmeriKa, too.

Moses AGAIN warns those who would turn from obedience to the instruction of Yahuah of the consequences, and AGAIN says not to do what they did, and we, as a world even, are still doing: going after other, false, ‘gods’.

This teaching, ultimately, is all about “faith”. What does that really mean anyway?

And we see that when it comes to Authority. His, and those who have sought to replace Him.

“Ekev: No Point in Debate”

 

The alternative link via Hebrew Nation Radio:

And finally, the podcast page for the HNR files are all here.

Parsha “Vaetchanan”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Sunday, August 18th, 2019

This week, Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship embarks on a study of the single parsha in the Torah containing perhaps the premier collection of the ‘most fundamental texts’ in Scripture. And they are NOT limited to just the ‘Ten Debarim [‘Sayings’, ‘Commandments,’ ‘Words…’] and the Most Important single command in the Book, aka ‘the Shema’, but others that are now even more overlooked.

The Erev Shabbat overview of the portion (Deuteronomy3:23 – 7:11)

SSM “Vaetchanan” 2019

 

Alternative link via Hebrew Nation Radio:

Mark begins the Sabbath Day “deeper examination” of the parsha from the ‘inside out’, because the most well-known elements are in the middle of the portion, and also becauase they have largely been discounted now by a world not only gone “insane”, but downright demonic, once the parts that lead up to them were totally “done away with,” by those who failed to “hear and obey” as commanded.

Moses warns those who would turn from obedience to the instruction of Yahuah of the consequences, which included the exile we are STILL enduring. He warned as well about being coerced to serve other, false, ‘gods’. There is a vitally important promise in there, too, about the eventual time, during the ‘end times’, when we not just can, but WILL, “return to Him.”

But what might just resonate most with us, today, while we ‘wait on YHVH’ is the idea of just exactly what we are seeing built around us, and the consequences of that rebellion. A “World Without Trust”.

“Vaetchanan: Having Ignored the Warning, Picture a ‘World WITHOUT Trust’ “

Alternative link via Hebrew Nation Radio:

The combined audio file is here.

Parsha “Debarim”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Sunday, August 11th, 2019

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a study of the first parsha in the last Book of the Torah, “Devarim”, aka Deuteronomy, and — at least once — the most-quoted reference when it comes to “Law” in the united States.

The parsa, and thus the Book, begins with a recap by Moses of a forty year journey through ‘the wilderness’ that could have been made in only 11 days, but wasn’t…and he reminds the ‘second generation’ of the sons of Israel in that mixed multitude why.

The Erev Shabbat overview of the portion (Deuteronomy 1:1 through 3:22)

SSM “Debarim” 2019

 

Alternative Link via Hebrew Nation Radio:

Mark begins the Sabbath Day “deeper examination” of the parsha and a number of very-much-related Scriptures with a bit of characteristic “nerdiness” to set the stage: since both Scripture and history, and not to mention His physical universe and human nature, end up being cycles of repeating cycles, it’s important to ask not only where THIS story is, in context, but where WE are in a repeating cycle that at least ‘rhymes’.

Moses was addressing a group of people soon to enter, and hopefully conquer, the [promised] Land. Much later, as the haftorah reading from Isaiah 1 makes clear, they were ‘kicked out’, or sent into an exile that still persists. So, “where are we?” in that continuing cycle of fallen men repeating the same mistakes, but sometimes even more catastrophically?

“Debarim: THIS part of the repeating cycle, and What SHOULD the Righteous Do…Now?”

 

Alternative Link via Hebrew Nation Radio:

The combined audio file is here,

Parsha “Chukat”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Sunday, July 14th, 2019

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a study of parsha “Chukat” (Bemidbar/Numbers chapters 19 through 21), certainly one of the more ‘enigmatic’ portions in the Torah, and, of couse, some parallels throughout both history and current events to show that the understanding is at least as important now as ever.

The Erev Shabbat review, begins with a look at the title, “chukat,” and just what a ‘chuk’ is in the first place. Perhaps it helps that the ‘red heiffer’ described in chapter 19 is the ‘quintessential example’ of the type.

But it’s the related story of why Moshe is not allowed to enter the Promised Land that he suggests underlines the Rest of the Story:

SSM “Chukat” 2019

Alternative link via Hebrew Nation Radio:

The Sabbath day message attempts to explore what the concept of a ‘chuk,’ which basically boils down to “because I said so,” from Yahuah, has to do with power, corruption, and a world which seems hell-bent on trying to prove that ‘the Law’ really HAS been “done away with.”

“Chukat: ‘Because I say so!’, and why we seem to want to learn that the hard way.”

Alternative link via Hebrew Nation Radio:

The combined podcast page on Hebrew Nation Radio.

“Come out of her, My people” Show

Thursday, July 11th, 2019

This week sex slavery and child sex trafficking are in the news, but much of not most of what underlies that far bigger story is not.

Instead, traitors who seek to destroy what’s left of the “Rule of Law” prattle about “reparations for slavery” — while they seek to EXPAND a form of slavery that will eventually exceed anything the worst antebellum slavemasters even dreamed of.

“Let those who FALSELY believe they are free — RATTLE their CHAINS!”

Join host Mark Call for a discussion of why understanding what the Bible really said about “slavery” (and “bondservice”) and the anti-Scriptural utter slavery that is is being erected now.

It has never mattered more.

“Slavery and Reparations – Obscene Joke”

Declaration of Independence Special podcast

Sunday, July 7th, 2019

Host of the “Come out of her, My people” Show Mark Call prepared a new special show for a very special day, 4 July, 2019, which includes a look at where we are, where the 13 colonies once were, and why what has been so long ignored and in some cases now, even despised, matter more than ever.

Download and save this one, share it with your neighbors, family, and friends.

While we still can.

Parsha “Emor”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa”

Saturday, May 18th, 2019

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a look at parsha “Emor” (Leviticus chapters 21 through 24)  which again SOUNDS like a whole lotta ‘stuff’ that we’ve been told is “done away with”, and doesn’t matter anyway, for reasons that turn out to be, well, “Bogus Stuff”.  And it’s very “NOT PC” besides!

In the Erev Shabbat review, that becomes  clear, along with the myriad, REPEATED reasons why it all still matters.

SSM Emor 2019

During the Sabbath day teaching, Mark again begins by noting that there’s a lot in the portion that is “Not PC” – because there’s a LOT of this lately, perhaps because those who prefer to call ‘evil,’ good, and then subsidize and mandate it, simply decide what IS ‘politically-correct’ based on what Scripturally-ISN’T.

This is yet another portion that thus touches the heart of so very much that is wrong today, and why.  It only starts with Priests-that-aren’t.

“Emor:  No Sleepin’ with Jezebel – or – SPIRITUALIZING a Real Battle!”

 

 

“Nitzavim/Vayelekh”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Sunday, September 17th, 2017

This week the annual Torah cycle begins to come to a close, with double-parsha “Netzavim/Vayelekh,” from Deuteronomy 29:10 through all of chapter 31.

The Erev Shabbat overview teaching reviews what Mark often calls not only one of his very favorite parts of Scripture, but also perhaps the most “compelling” single chapter in the Book.

And the reasons will be made clear!

SSM Netzavim-Vayelekh 2017 – including Deuteronomy chapter 30

The Sabbath Day teaching is a look at what may be one of the most fundamental issues that those who attempt to “come out of” the Whore Church — and, yes, that’s really the bottom line — have to deal with. What really IS different about a “Hebraic mindset”? And why does that same guy (Paul) who warns us about being fooled by “another jesus, whom we have NOT preached,” also say we need to “work out our own salvation with FEAR and TREMBLING?” It is REALLY possible that we have “inherited lies” after all? And that the solution has been right here, and emphasized in THIS Torah portion, all along?

Nitzavim: THE Big Choice, and
Do NOT Keep Silent!

“Korach”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Sunday, June 25th, 2017

Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa takes a two-part look at parsha “Korach” (Numbers chapters 16 through 18)…and in particular, the issue of “rebellion”.

During the Erev Shabbat overview teaching, the story describes one of the most famous rebellions in history, that of Korach, and also Dathan and Abiram, and their 250 followers. And their ends, too. But there’s more, albeit still part of the same lesson.

SSM “Korach” 2017

The Sabbath day teaching will no doubt offend some who have what might be called a “subtle contempt for law”. His Instruction, anyway. But if we fail to recognize what happens when “lawlessness abounds” – well, look around…

Do we “tremble at His [s]Word”?