Posts Tagged ‘whore church’

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

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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!”

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

Parsha “Re’eh”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Monday, September 2nd, 2019

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for the continued study of the set of several of the “most anti-paganism” and pro-Torah portions IN the Torah. As clear as the ‘run-up’ to this parsha has been, when it comes to how YHVH literally “hates” the worship of foreign, false, gods, this one pulls no punches. Chapter 13, in particular, and the description of a ‘false prophet’, and what should be done with such is the kind of thing which has, not surprisingly, disappeared from any dogma that it exposes.

And the latter part of the parsha is an outline of the major lies of the ‘whore church’, which turn out not to have been “down away with” at all.

The Erev Shabbat overview of the portion (Deuteronomy 11:26 – 16:17).

 

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Sometimes the Sabbath Day “deeper examination” has a twist, too. Again we are reminded of the ‘snare,’ and the seduction of idolatry. Still, we will hear the question asked, “just what revelance does any discussion of someone trying to entice to follow after ‘foreign gods,’ especially “those which you yave not known,” have today? (The irony of just how pervasive they are, instead, may be lost on the questioners.)

Mark suggests the best clue to the dilemma is still found in the parallels between idolatry and adultery, but the key to understanding how to combat the problem lies in “joy” (actually, simkah, and the difference matters).

“Re’eh: Looking for God[s] in All the Wrong Places”

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The combined audio file and Hebrew Nation podcast page link is here.

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)

 

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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”

 

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

Parsha “Pinchas”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Sunday, July 28th, 2019

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a study of perhaps one of the most “problematic” portions in the Torah, “Pinchas” (Bemidbar/Numbers 25:10 through 3:1), because it describes the outright ‘killing-by-spear’ of two pagans, engaged in a pretty brazen act, not only right before Moshe, but the ‘whole congregation’ of Israel. And for that act, Pinchas is not tried for ‘murder,’ but given an ‘eternal covenant of peace’ by the Most High Himself.

This lesson is not only ‘timely’ – perhaps more now than ever before in our lifetimes – but incorporates one of those “jots and tiddles” that speaks literally VOLUMES to those with “eyes to see”, but doesn’t even get translated in the English renderings of the Bible. Truly, an example of what is worth “studying for ourselves” from His Word, as Written.

(Internet outages Friday evening – sure looked like a beta test! — so this is a single combined teaching this week)

“Pinchas: The ‘broken vav’, and what it says about ‘Mercy vs. Justice’ “

 

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Parsha “Korach”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Sunday, July 7th, 2019

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a study of parsha “Korach” (Bemidbar/Numbers chapters 16 through 18), as well as some ‘compare and contrast’ from other parts of Scripture, and, yes, the ever more undeniable parallels with a world which is arguably in greater outright rebellion to Him than Korach even was.

But that is part of the ‘enigmatic’ nature of this story, too!

In the Erev Shabbat review, the story says a fellow named “Korach” (or Korah, in most English variants) took men and then began one of the prototypical rebellions in both the Bible, and history. And it ended dramatically, too. There is, of course, more to the story. Some of it you really don’t even see without a look back at some of the very revealing Hebrew words, which may not even show up in most translations.

SSM “Korach” 2019

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the story just begins there.

The Sabbath day message, as promised, takes a deeper look at that “rebellion”, and why it was punished so quickly, dramatically, and UNUSUALLY. And, perhaps, why other rebellions against YHVH seem to go unpunished as well. At least for a while.

 “Korach: Just a li’l bit o’ Blessing – or – Rebellion against Who?”

 

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The podcast page from HNR for the weekly teachings is here.

Parsha “Shalach Lekha”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Sunday, June 30th, 2019

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a study of parsha “Shalach Lekha” (Bemidbar/Numbers chapters 13 through 15), some of the related references from elsewhere in Scripture, and the undeniable parallels with a world which still literally “despises” Yahuah and His Word.

In the Erev Shabbat review, the story begins with the decision to “shalach” or send out men to ‘spy out’ the promised Land. When they return, we have recorded what Mark refers to as the “first recorded VOTE in history,” which two fellows named Joshua and Caleb are said to have lost. But the truth is that all who thought the ‘vote’ mattered were the real losers, and ultimately their “carcasses fell in the wilderness.”

SSM “Shalach Lekha” 2019

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But the story just begins there.

The Sabbath day message picks up the theme of those who Yah said “despised” Him, and includes a deeper look as well into the latter part of the parsha, including chapter 15, which Mark suggests might be titled, “Requiem for the Whore Church,” because it encapsulates in brief SO much of what the “Israel” that was later exiled (again, sent out or “shalach”-ed) for cause says is “done away with,” while He clearly says otherwise.

And notably today, we have our own version of evil men who not only bring a “bad report” of the Creator, but destroy literally every element of the things He said to keep, remember, and DO, “throughout your generations.”

The people of Berea were once praised for their willingness to “search out” a matter, and “see if these things are true.” Today, people “google” them instead, and one of the many lessons of this portion might be that the word has become a verb whose real meaning amounts now to “deliberately rebel” against them.

“Shalach Lekha: Spies, Demonocracy, and Gulag,
— OR —
So Close, and Yet SO Far!”

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The link to, which includes the revelant “know the times and seasons” update from the Erev Shabbat service, is here.

 

Parsha “Beha-alotecha”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Sunday, June 23rd, 2019

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a study of parsha “Beha-alotecha” (Bemidbar/Numbers chapters 8 through 12) and the related Scriptures that give us a bit more insight into the ‘cycles’ still being repeated.

In the Erev Shabbat review, the story begins with the instruction to Aaron via Moses concerning “when you light the lamps” of the menorah. That is followed by the cleansing, consecration, and even ‘waving’ of the Levites, who serve “in place of” the firstborn, what the silver trumpets are for, and a bit more of the story that has a WHOLE lot to say, both then and still, about human nature.

SSM “Beha-alotecha” 2019

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The Sabbath day message again explores the cycles of human history and Biblical prophecy. Mark-the-engineer begins by noting that cycles can be confusing, since they repeat, but unless we understand which PART of a cycle we are looking at, the pattern might only not be obvious, it might appear backward.

And from there he combines several of the continuing aspects of human nature evident in this week’s parsha, and a lot of things that we have HEARD, but which, out of context, we’ve also seen twisted…to the point where many of them have even been turned ‘upside down’.

“Beha-alotecha: Human Nature – the Opposite Half-Cycle – and Evil”

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Parsha “Naso”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Tuesday, June 18th, 2019

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a look at parsha “Naso” (Bemidbar/Numbers 4:21-7:89) where this time it’s things that are just generally “overlooked” by the “Bible-believing-but-Not-Really” church that really SHOULDN’T be!

In the Erev Shabbat review, we see the story begin with more numbers, this time of those who will ‘carry the burden’ of His sanctuary, which sets the stage. That is followed by two sets of commandments concerning those things that, because of their implications, most of xtianity does seem to ignore, and then the longest chapter in the Torah, and ‘most redundant’. But there are reasons for that, and even, as it turns out, a lesson in computer science for those with “eyes to see”.

SSM “Naso” 2019

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In the Sabbath day part of the message, Mark examines the “Things Overlooked” part of the parsha to show why they may be more important than we’ve been led to believe. What is it about Acts 21 that offends church dogma? And why is that cup of ‘the sota’, whether it’s referred to as “cup of trembling,” or “wrath”, or even “abominations” so central to a theme of the ‘torah of jealousy’ that ignoring the reasons WHY is easier than dealing with the idolatry?

“Naso: Things overlooked, or ‘Hellbound and Proud of It!”

The combined link is here via Hebrew Nation Radio.

 

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!”

 

 

Parsha “Vayigash”– teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa”

Sunday, December 16th, 2018

On this Sabbath teaching, Mark Call takes a look at parsha, “Vayigash,” (Genesis 44:18 through 47:27), which completes the “cliff-hanger” story of Yosef (Joseph) and the test of his brothers, and ends with a reunion and a message that none of them anticipated.

The Erev Shabbat review of the whole story, from the place where Judah “Mans Up,” comes forward, and shows his brother something that Joseph had not expected:

SSM “Vayigash” 2018

 

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The Sabbath Day teaching is suggests that the major themes in the parsha are not only just as important as ever, but are now coming to a climax unlike that ever seen before. And it’s the haftorah part, from Ezekiel chapter 37, that helps to make that clear.

“Vayigash: Judah and Joseph – Two Sticks – and Life, Preserved AND Restored”

 

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The combined part 1 and 2 files for both sections, and the page link via HNR, are up here.