Pesach/Passover teaching (first day) from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

This week the regular Torah parsha takes a calendar break, given that, even with allowances for some differences in the counting, the first of the Spring Feasts of Yahuah are at hand.

So the first of the readings, and the focus of the Erev Shabbat teaching, is from Exodus chapter 12, which describes the instruction concerning the first ‘passing over,’ in the land of Mitzraim, or Egypt.

During the Sabbath day teaching, given the confluence of “Holy Days” and pagan substitutes, it’s time to take a closer look at what Scripture really says, and what is most important. But Mark suggests it’s also appropriate to ask, given the emotion, the tradition, and the depths of the LIES, “OK – just what parts are TRUE?”

And one of those things it that we’re told – no less than three separate times even before the admonition that this is to be “a night of watching” – is that His instruction about His Passover is to keep it as a “statute, forever.”

Scripture repeatedly describes two whoring houses, both still in exile, and it SHOULD be clear during this season – and ESPECIALLY at this “cusp” point in history – that there are two sets of errors, as well as parallels and warnings.

There’s also a lot of consternation right now about ‘snake venom.’ But how does that make taking the Zyklon B injection, or allowing any venom to be injected into our children, any worse? Just maybe, however, the admittedly confusing story about Moses and the brazen image of a serpent on a pole might start to make more sense.

In John chapter 3, Yahushua says that,”as Moses lifted up the nacash in the wilderness, so must the Son of Man be lifted up.” When we look upon Him, are we seeing the REAL “Torah Made Flesh,” or what Paul described as “another jesus, whom we have NOT preached?” And isn’t it ironic that a “medical” industry which has forgotten any promise to “first do no harm,” now ignores the death and injury that their hypodermic fangs are doing? All the while, ignoring the implications of a paganized “snake on a stick” symbol that now seems more apropos than ever?

“Passover Midrash: Look upon Him – AND the ‘fake snake on a stake’ – and SEE!”

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

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Parsha “Metzorah” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

This week’s Torah portion, Metzorah,(Leviticus chapters 14 through 15) is essentially part 2 (of 2) in that sequence on “leprosy” that most who would prefer to ignore it can’t even get the name right.

And this week, referencing Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous detective Sherlock Holmes, the key is in “the dog that did not bark.”

The actual “plague” described in Scripture as ‘tzaraat‘ literally hasn’t been seen for centuries, but it’s not like Yahuah did warn us – more than once – that He would “hide His face,” given the level of rebellion that has now gotten so bad that even Disney has given up trying to hide it.

Still, it has been suggested that this plague — which never REALLY was “leprosy”, or Hansen’s Disease, to begin with — was once associated with the Hebrew words “lashon hora,” for the “Evil Tongue.” And there’s actually a pretty good case to be made on that score.

But there’s an equally valid case to be made that the lesson of the “dog that did not bark,” is telling us something even more vital — in a time where we should heed that warning.

First, the Erev Shabbat survey of the entire parsha:

During the Sabbath day teaching, Mark asks a different question, for “such a time as this”:

IF tzaraat WAS a punishment, or ‘plague’, given by Yah to chasten His people for lashon hora – the ‘Evil Tongue’ – then Why, OH, WHY, doesn’t He today punish far more unbelievably Evil “Lies that KILL?”

Is the Whole Fetid WORLD so far gone and unclean that no one even merits chastening now? Has He ‘changed His mind” and decided to tolerate Evil Speech that is intended to kill literally billions? Or could it be that – as promised – He has “hidden His face?”

Mark suggests in this midrash that the Creator seemed to use tzaraat to chasten, to teach, and even to restore ‘right relationship.’

As the lessons of Scripture are ignored, it is educational – even shocking – to observe that we have moved SO far toward “calling Evil ‘good'” (and vice-versa) and so far beyond merely the ‘evil tongue’ to tongues that kill – en masse.

“Metzorah: Has He ‘hidden His face” EVEN from Lies That KILL?”

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

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Parsha “Tazria” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

This week’s Torah portion, Tazria,(Lev. chapters 12 through 13) might be called the “poster parsha’ for the “it’s all done-away-with-anyway” crowd. The actual “plague” described in Scripture literally hasn’t been seen for centuries, the people charged with identifying and ‘pronouncing’ it to be what it is aren’t doing that anymore, and since pretty much the Whole World is so unclean that they wouldn’t recognize real filth when it takes over, why, who cares anyway?

Still, it has been suggested that this plague — which never REALLY was “leprosy”, or Hansen’s Disease, to begin with — was once associated with the Hebrew words “lashon hora,” for the “Evil Tongue.” And there’s actually a pretty good case to be made on that score.

But, still, and important question remains: If this malady is so easy to ignore, and expunge from our understanding – then why, oh, why, does the Bible waste SOOO much ink on it?

First, he Erev Shabbat reading of the parsha (which also includes a bit of other “not PC” stuff as well!):

During the Sabbath day teaching, Mark approaches the ‘why’ question, and adds a twist as well.

Not only does the Bible provide a LOT of detail about a ‘nega‘, or plague, that many would just as soon pretend doesn’t matter, we’re reading it during what might be one of the greatest times of, well, we could call it “tribulation.” in all of human history. We’ve got nuclear war on the table, the demise of the fiat dollar and what by almost any measure is the biggest debt collapse and economic meltdown ever, widespread food hyperinflation and even famine a virtual certainty, and Evil child abusers from Disney to ‘supreme court’ injustices openly pushing perversion.

And who needs a kohen (a real priest) to declare a person “unclean” when we have Twitter and TwoFaceBook that will not only do it, but silence the offender as well?

Just not for the same reasons.

So, if the Whole Steenkin’ World is just plain “Beyond Unclean” – what’s the point of sending someone who might be ‘malignantly uncean’ OUT of the camp, anyway? Yes – there’s a message here.

“Tazria: We Don’t DESERVE ‘tzaraat’ – we have TwoFaceBook, Twitter, CNN, and DISNEY!”

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

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Parsha “Sh’mini” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Parsha Sh’mini(Lev. chapters 9 through 11) is certainly what might be called “eventful.” It begins “on the eighth [sh’mini] day, when Aaron officially “steps into” his role as Kohen Gadol (High Priest) and then follows up with the tragedy – or fatal mistake – of his two eldest sons, Nadab and Abihu. Finally, there’s a discussion that might even seem ‘out-of-place’. But that, explains Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa during the Sabbath Day midrash, is only if we do NOT understand the larger context!

First, he Erev Shabbat reading of the story, and the description of what simply, IS food, and what is NOT (whether the Whore Church likes it or not):

Mark suggests during the Sabbath Day teaching that every aspect of this parsha – from consuming fire to ‘strange fire’ to the THINGS that are and can be consumed are all VERY much related. But why would Yahuah DESTROY Nadab and Abihu, but seemingly ignore transgressions of this world that seem to make Sodom and Gomorrah look innocent by comparison?

There certainly is a pattern here, and connects every element of the whole story.

This is a teaching you will either find disturbing, or want to share. Or both.

“Sh’mini: Fire Food – and Things Consumed”

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

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Parsha “Vayikra” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Vaykira (Lev. chapters 1 through 5) is the first parsha in the Book of Leviticus, and certainly one of those that is either ignored completely, or inspires controversy.

Many people have been taught, “there’s no more temple, no more sacrifices, and since ‘jesus died on the cross,’ it doesn’t even matter. Besides, it’s boring anyway, so why bother?”

Like so many of the Biggest Lies that actually AREN’T really even in the Book, these have no only caused confusion, but if we just look around, are at the heart of so much of the Destruction we see playing out today.

And there’s a lot of the ’80/20 Rule’ at play there, too.

First, the Erev Shabbat reading and overview:

The Sabbath Day teaching addresses much of that deception, the associated controversy, and the reasons why, head-on. Most importantly there’s a BIG lesson in there that is playing out before our eyes right now!

“Vayikra: BOOOORRRING? Or is it Earth-Shattering?”

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

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Parsha “Pekudei” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa Fellowship for a two-part look at the FINAL parsha, Pekudei, (Exodus 38:21 on) in the Book of Exodus.

It begins with an accounting of the work on the mishkan, or tabernacle in the wilderness, and ends with SO many references to what seems to matter so much — “as Yahuah commanded Moshe,” so he did.

And then the very presence of Yah was a constant, visible presence before all the house of Israel, for all their journeys.

First, the Erev Shabbat overview:

We should certainly not be surprised. But in what may be not only the most tumultuous time in our lives, but in American history, Scripture has much to tell us. Even if – as Mark contends this week – this parsha deals with a time “on the opposite half-cycle” from what we face:
they had just been delivered from bondage, had a leader of the stature of a Moses, and the visible presence of the One True Elohim to guide them. In so many ways, a world so richly deserving of His judgment seems to face something more like the opposite.

But that is PRECISELY the time when lessons like He teaches here are most vital.

“Pekudei: Fear, False Flags, Building – and RE-Building”

The combined two-part podcast is here, via Hebrew Nation Radion.

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Parsha “Vayakhel” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa Fellowship for a two-part look at parsha Vayakhel (Exodus 35:1-38:20). Can “stiff-necked” people who just narrowly escaped death learn from experience?

The same “flashing red neon sign” – is still flashing.

First, the Erev Shabbat overview:
(with a special thanks to ‘Whistler’ for the backup copy!)

On a week where the world stands literally on the brink of World War III, and a level of destruction unlike any before even possible in human history, the parallels between the situation then and now are striking. And so are the contrasts.

During the Sabbath Day teaching, Mark takes at the repeated theme of the parsha, which should strike to the very core of what is so wrong with the world today.

Those with a “willing heart” – over and over and OVER again – who evidently KNEW just how close they had come to death, and why, came together to build something for Him. And there is “wisdom” in those actions, and those hearts. Something the people whose rebellion before Yahuah very nearly got them all destroyed knew it. Today, the vast majority are clueless.

“Vayakhel: Those whose Heart is Willing – and Wise “

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

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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 through chapter 34) and one of the most”drama-filled” stories in the entire Book. Not to mention ‘fateful,’ and certainly ‘prophetic.’

On Erev Shabbat, Mark summarizes the storyline, and some of the most ‘revealing’ – albeit equally OVERLOOKED – elements of it, which all help explain just WHY this one is sometimes handled with the sunday skool equivalent of ‘kid gloves’. Even though there is at least one “flashing Neon Sign” in there…

During the Sabbath day study, Mark takes a more sober, direct, even blunt look at that part of the “Why?” behind the ‘golden calf’ — and also the ‘why?’ behind the Lies that it obscures.

Given the ‘times and the seasons,’ isn’t it about time to drop the pretense that people doing things that the story of the ‘golden calf’ – and so many OTHER admonitions in Scripture AND history – prove will get them cursed, enslaved, destroyed, and outright killed are, at best, ‘fools’? But there’s far more to it now than that.

“Ki Tisa: Is it ‘Fool’? Downright Stoopid? Or ‘Stiff-Necked’? “

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

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Parsha “Tetzaveh” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Parsha (Tetzaveh, Exodus 27:20 – 30:10) is yet another departure from not just the main ‘storyline’ of Exodus, but – MAYBE – even what we might have thought was a theme of Scripture: appearances can be deceptive, what we hear is more important than what we see, or similar things we’ve probably heard.

On Erev Shabbat, Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa admits some of that, and maybe even why this might be a difficult lesson. Do clothes really “make the man”? Still though, there IS a whole lot of detail in this parsha, and there is undoubtedly something important to be learned when He says these garments are “for splendor and for beauty.”

During the Sabbath day study, Mark takes a look at those apparent contradictions. Is this splendid clothing for the annointed High Priest ‘merely ‘superficial? Clearly not, or why would He put so much emphasis on it? And, yes, like it or not, we DO tend to “judge by appearances”. So, the bigger question seems to be, is it ONLY that?

“Tetzaveh: We Evidently Need BOTH Eyes to See AND Ears to Hear – Consistency in Him”

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

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Parsha “Terumah” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

After the story of the Pharaoh, the plagues, and the Exodus from Egypt, followed by commandments and mishpatim, this week’s parsha (Terumah, Exodus chapters 25 through 27:19) is quite a departure.

While Moses is still up on the mountain, he is told to take a terumah, offering, from all of those whose hearts make them willing. And gets a lot of information about how it is to be used.

On Erev Shabbat, Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa goes into that, and perhaps even a bit of the ‘why’ — given that this happens before the failure of the ‘golden calf’:

During the Sabbath day study, Mark addresses some of the challenges we might have in studying a set of detailed instructions such as these. Is it a lot of repetition, ‘boring’ even? Why does the Creator spend so much effort giving us so much information that might even seem a bit redundant at times?

Is it possible, undeniable even, that He might intend to make a point – or even MANY points – in a way that we might just tend to gloss over?

Perhaps the answer has to do with the very idea of a “willing heart”, and the concept of ‘terumah’ itself.

One thing is certain – there is FAR MORE here than just:
“Terumah: Curtains and Sockets and Boards, O My”

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

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