Join host Joel Spencer as we journey into rediscovering what has been forsaken by the modern Church.

September 25, 2021

Part 3 - Afflicting Ourselves: The Purpose of Yom Kippur/Day Of Atonement

* This originally aired as a video episode on Youtube HERE.

The series concludes as we see one way to afflict ourselves is to willingly humble ourselves in the sight of men, like we see with Job and David. We are now rehearsing for a literal age and kingdom that is before us. It will require all in attendance to be laid low, afflicted and humbled. What a privilege to do this *now* as we eagerly await the arrival of our King!

September 24, 2021

Part 2 - Afflicting Ourselves: The Purpose of Yom Kippur/Day Of Atonement

* This originally aired as a video episode on Youtube HERE.

This part of the series moves into the two primary things that Day of Atonement is biblically-defined as being about, when we continue to look into the command of "afflicting/humbling" ourselves. Why does the Day fall *between* Yom Teruah (Trumpets) and Sukkot (Tabernacles)? I believe we've found an answer. Also, we'll see how Yeshua continued the same theme throughout His teachings.

September 23, 2021

Part 1 - Afflicting Ourselves: The Purpose of Yom Kippur/Day Of Atonement

* This originally aired as a video episode on Youtube HERE.

The series starts off with biblically distinguishing between "afflicting" and "fasting." Is there more to Day Of Atonement than what we eat or don't eat? If so, what is the biblical pattern of "afflicting" oneself?

September 17, 2021

Father‘s Unrelenting Love

* This originally aired as a video episode on Youtube HERE

In between Zechariah chapters 7 and 8, we see Yahweh seemingly have a change of heart towards His rebellious, hard-hearted People. Why? Let's find out and learn more about Who He is.

September 16, 2021

How Did He Do It?

This episode is merely some commentary that spilled over out of some prayer time today as I asked my Mediator Messiah, "How in the world did You do it?!" (In reference to denying Himself for His entire life.) Oh, the beauty of Father's mercy and forgiveness!