Did you know that during the Protestant Reformation, the reformers almost convinced Rome to give up its Church traditions and rely on Scripture only? If not, then read my article. Find out WHY Protestants failed to reform the Roman Catholic Church. ... See MoreSee Less
Sola Scriptura/ By Scripture Alone! by Christine Egbert One of the five pillars of the Reformation and battle cry of Protestants was “Sola Scriptura,” Latin for "Scripture alone.” The reformers proudly claimed to rely solely on Scripture, and not the traditions and dogma of the Roman Catholic ...
If any of your Christian Face Book friends wish you a Happy Valentine's Day, first remember that they mean well, then politely enlighten them regarding the "historical roots" of this (money making) pagan holiday. ... See MoreSee Less
Beware that Snare: Saint Valentine’s Day! by Christine Egbert In Deuteronomy 12:30 Yahweh's people are warned not to be snared into worshiping Him the way pagan nations worship their gods. Yet, many are snared! The Roman Catholic Church’s disregard for the Most High's warning is manifest in its ...
Only Scripture can interpret Scripture! Phrases like "LOST SHEEP", a phrase repeated again and again, both in the Old and New Testaments, can only be properly understood when one allows Scripture to defines WHO they are. ... See MoreSee Less
by Christine Egbert In Matthew 15:24 Yeshua told a Canaanite woman with a demon possessed daughter that he was sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel. But because of that woman’s great faith, Yeshua healed her daughter anyway. But have you ever wondered just WHO those lost sheep of th
A Call To Prayer For Israel. Worst escalation since 1982!Today's top stories 12.02.18; 1) Tension between Israel, Syria and Iran, reached an all-time-high over the weekend, in what is defined as "the severest escal... ... See MoreSee Less
The term "Greater Exodus" is not found in the Scriptures. It refers to a future time spoken of by Jeremiah in which it will no longer be said, "As Jehovah lives Who brought up the son's of Israel from the land of Egypt," but rather, "as Jehovah lives Who brought the sons of Israel from the land of the north and from all the lands where He has driven them. In this article, we will delve into the future, by studying the past! ... See MoreSee Less
The Greater Exodus, Not the Pre-Trib Rapture! by Christine Egbert For two decades, while sitting in various congregations, I was taught that at any moment Christ could return to snatch away born-again believers and save us from coming tribulation. I found that pre-trib rapture doctrine comfortin
congregation trip to evangelize, go now around the block without saving a penny, lead tens of thousands to Jesus by walking and talking together and performing miracles, baptizing and teaching them like Jesus Yeshua Hamashia and the apostles. Plant a church in someone's home, even a new convert's home in the worst part of town. May God's will be done!!! Declare the voctory.
Another invention of the Roman Catholic Church is Jesus' 3.5 year ministry. But Scripture assures us that God's Spotless Passover Lamb, Yeshua, had to be a yearling. During the 4th century, eight Greek words were added to John 6: 4 “...and the passover, a feast of the Jews, was neigh.” These words do not appear in earlier manuscripts. They were added to establish RCC's “Preterist” eschatology, so they could decree God’s everlasting covenant with Israel nullified, and the Pope could proclaim himself Almighty God upon earth. If this is news to you, then read my article, The Yearling & Greek Manuscript #472! ... See MoreSee Less
The Yearling & Greek Manuscript #472! by Christine Egbert Ask most Christians how long Yeshua's ministry was, and they'll assure you it was 3 ½ years. But was it? In Exodus 12:1-5, Yahweh instructed Moses to have the congregation of Israel, on the 10th day of the 1st month, select (for each ho
Easter is considered by most Christians to be the holiest day of the year, a day preceded by 40 days of Lent. It's celebrated at dawn in a sunrise service, then comes the church's Easter egg hunt, in which children search for dyed eggs from the Easter Bunny, after which everyone goes home to enjoy hot cross buns and that church favorite, the Easter ham. Well, in this article, we will examine where all of these traditions come from. ... See MoreSee Less
Why Easter Is Celebrated With Rabbits, Dyed Eggs, and Easter Ham by Christine Egbert Noah's son Ham had a son named Cush. The extra-biblical book of Yasher, mentioned in Joshua 10:13, informs us that after Cush died, his wife Semiramis married their son, Nimrod. In Genesis 10:8-10, we learn that
by Christine Egbert Easter must break the Father’s heart. He so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son, Yeshua, to be our Passover lamb. Yeshua must hate it too. After all, he called those who lay aside His Father’s commandments to keep man made traditions hypocrites (Mark 7:6-9). Su...
In this article I will expose some of the lies that have been embedded into the Christian faith, through manmade doctrine and traditions, over 1,700 years. These unscriptural doctrines and traditions have been mixed in with Yah’s Scriptural TRUTH, a Truth so potent that in spite of this un-holy mixture, the Most High has been saving all who turn to YESHUA in faith and make Him their Master. ... See MoreSee Less
The Gentile Jesus or Israel’s Yeshua? by Christine Egbert Although God had been pursuing me since childhood, it wasn't until the fall of 1986 that the Most High finally had my full attention. I had just gotten my R.N. license, and my divorce from my first husband. But it wasn’t the so-called "si...
Scripturally speaking, does a Gentile who becomes a disciple of Yeshua (Jesus Christ) remain a Gentile? If you don't already know the answer to this very important question, then click on the article below. ... See MoreSee Less
No Longer A Gentile! by Christine Egbert Have any of your Christian friends ever ridiculed you for keeping the Sabbath and Feast Days and for eating Biblically clean? Have they tried to convince you that “those things” are for the Jews, for Israel, not for Gentile-Christians? If so, you need to ...
Has anyone ever tried to convince you that Acts 20:7 proves that Paul and the disciples were gathering for worship on Sunday, their new Sabbath? Well, they were NOT! In this, my latest article, I will prove that they were meeting on the 7th Day Sabbath. Paul was "counting the Omer! to Shavuot." ... See MoreSee Less
Acts 20:7 Says What? By Christine Egbert False teaching (through either ignorance or in some cases duplicity) has led to many church doctrines that are–simply put–NOT founded on Scripture. One of these false church doctrines has to do with the biblical Sabbath being changed to Sunday. Many have
The Prodigal Son AND the MYSTERY of the KINGDOM By Christine Egbert Most everyone in the western world has heard the parable of the prodigal son, even those who have never once opened a Bible. The very first time I read this amazing parable I understood its larger themes. They deal with sin, whic
At the first codifying of the Covenant at Mount Sinai, YHVH's finger wrote His TORAH (instructions), which Israel failed to abide by, on tablets of stone. During the Shavuot following the Messiah's ascension, YHVH renewed that Covenant with both houses of Israel (Jer 31:31& Heb 8:8). But to assure Israel would keep their part this time, He wrote His instructions on their hearts and placed them in their minds, then gave them His Holy Spirit, so they would now be able to fulfill the righteous requirements of His TORAH. (Rom 8:4) ... See MoreSee Less
A Tale Of Two Covenants by Christine Egbert Those who teach that Yeshua came to start a new religion need to study the Hebrew scriptures, and to realize that it is God's word that is inspired, not the translation they are reading. As I have pointed out in previous articles, translators have m