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Our Fathers Have Inherited Lies

Our Fathers Have Inherited Lies Jeremiah 16:19 by Christine Egbert Speaking to the scattered tribes of Israel, regarding that future time when the LORD (Yahweh) would regather Israel, Jeremiah prophesied that one day Gentiles would

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Syncretism

Syncretism: Why Christians Should Not Celebrate Christmas & Easter by Christine Egbert Syncretism is the combination of differing beliefs (especially religious beliefs) in which customs merge. Or as Dictionary.com states it: It’s “the attempted reconciliation

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What Scripture Says About Torah

What Scripture Says About Torah by Christine Egbert The Hebrew word “תּוֹרָה” (Strong’s H8451) is translated into English as Torah. Torah can refer to the first five books of Scripture (Genesis through Deuteronomy) but Torah

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Women in Scripture

Women in Scripture by Christine Egbert Many of us who have returned to the old paths of the Christian faith, via restoration of the original Hebraic definition of faith, came out from denominations that taught

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A Prophecy Fulfilled

A Prophecy Fulfilled by Christine Egbert Four years ago, I was blessed to meet the husband-and-wife founders of Firekeepers International, Chief Joseph RiverWind—a descendant of the Arawak Taino Tribe—and his beautiful and brilliant wife, Dr.

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What Is Scriptural Faith?

What Is Scriptural Faith? by Christine Egbert Due to the influence of a Greek (Constantinian) mindset (instead of a biblical Hebrew mindset), many Christians see faith as a mental construct, something they merely believe. When

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Beware of Translator Bias!

Beware of Translator Bias! by Christine Egbert Bias means to skew or slant. It is my contention that over the centuries, in order to promote their own denominational doctrines, many Bible translators have chosen less

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Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving! by Christine Egbert Anyone who has been in Hebrew Roots for a while is likely to have run across those who claim that, like Christmas and Easter, Thanksgiving is also pagan. I hope to

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Greek Versus Hebrew Mindset

Greek Versus Hebrew Mindset: Worship, Spirituality, Salvation, and Prayer by Christine Egbert I recently read an excellent book by Brad Scott titled Let This Mind Be In You. In it, Scott contrasts the never-changing Scriptural

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Who Gets Left Behind?

Who Gets Left Behind? Exposing the Pre-Tribulation Rapture by Christine Egbert The scripture most often cited by pre-tribulation rapture theorists as proof that the church will be snatched away to Heaven before the tribulation is

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The Church in the Wilderness

The Church in the Wilderness by Christine Egbert When I first came to the Lord back in 1987, I started reading the Bible. In the New Testament, I learned that Jesus—the One I now call

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Debunking the Lunar Sabbath

Debunking the Lunar Sabbath by Christine Egbert Lunar Sabbatarians teach that each New Moon resets the weekly seventh-day Sabbath, which the LORD (Yahweh) established on the 7th Day of Creation. According to their hypothesis, when

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All Truth is God’s Truth

All Truth Is God’s Truth by Christine Egbert Scripture informs us that we overcome by the blood of the Lamb and the word of our testimony. Well, this is my overcoming testimony. My late husband,

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Sinning Through Misuse of God’s Word

Sinning Through Misuse of God’s Word by Christine Egbert In Matthew 12:36-37 Jesus (Yeshua) said that on Judgement Day, we will all have to give an account of the words we’ve spoken. By those words,

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The Quartodeciman Controversy

The Quartodeciman Controversy Rome Outlaws Passover by Christine Egbert In the footsteps of Paul Harvey–that folksy news commentator, whose radio segments delved into little-known facts about well-known events–this article will recount the history of what

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The Deity Of Jesus (Yeshua)

The Deity Of Jesus (Yeshua): Son of God/Son of Man by Christine Egbert Proverbs 18:13 declares that “If one rejects a matter before he hears it, it is folly and shame to him.” In this

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Whose Mark Will You Take?

Whose Mark Will You Take? by Christine Egbert 2 Thessalonians 2:8 is about the Antichrist, who Scripture calls the Lawless one. In verse 9, we learn that Satan himself will empower the anti-Messiah, enabling him

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Preach the Word

Preach The Word by Christine Egbert Scripture declares that prophets “spoke from God as they were moved by the Holy Spirit.” Prophecy is a message inspired by God. With that in mind, I have written

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John 8:6 In Light of Jeremiah

John 8:6 In Light of Jeremiah by Christine Egbert Proverbs 25:2 says, “It is the glory of God to conceal a matter and the glory of kings to search it out.” (TLV) The longer I

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Divorce Versus Putting Away

Divorce Versus Putting Away by Christine Egbert For some strange reason, many English translations of Matthew 5:32 say: “Whoever puts away his wife, apart from a matter of fornication, causes her to commit adultery. And

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Rebuttal of Church Father Origen of Alexandria

Rebuttal of Church Father Origen of Alexandria by Christine Egbert Origen of Alexandria (185-254 C.E.), also known as Origen Adamantius, has been called the greatest genius the early church ever produced. Joseph Ratzinger, known best

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Torah: Blueprint For Creation

Torah: Blueprint For Creation by Christine Egbert For two decades, after becoming a believer, I studied the Bible the only way I knew how. I took it at face value. And there is certainly nothing

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God Is With You

God Is With You (Zechariah 8:23) by Christine Egbert I used to think that anti-Semitism started with the ravings of Adolf Hitler. Then, just over a decade ago, I learned that this malevolent hatred of

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Circumcision of the Heart

Circumcision of the Heart by Christine Egbert I’ve written many articles about anti-Semitism begetting Replacement Theology. In this article, I’ll focus on a more subtle form of anti-Semitism. This form doesn’t lead to Replacement Theology.

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Who is The Bride?

Who is The Bride? by Christine Egbert At the suggestion of my pastor, Matthew Miller, I recently listened to a most intriguing audio teaching titled “The Bride, The Concubine, and The Harlot” by Barry Phillips.

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Praying God’s Word Over Yourself

Praying God’s Word Over Yourself by Christine Egbert This past Sabbath Pastor Matthew taught about the importance of our words. Our words are powerful. They can bring life or bring death, both to others as

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When LAWLESSNESS Increases!

When LAWLESSNESS Increases! by Christine Egbert In December of 1776, Thomas Paine wrote the famous line, “These are the times that try men’s souls.” Paine went on to write (I’ll paraphrase) that the summer soldier

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Polycarp, A Church Father Who Taught TRUTH

Polycarp, A Church Father Who Taught TRUTH by Christine Egbert In the past, I’ve written articles comparing Scripture’s TRUTH to unscriptural declarations made by many Church Fathers. Today, I will tell you about a Church

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Paul’s FALSE Accusers

Paul’s FALSE Accusers by Christine Egbert When quoting any one of the thousands of verses in the Bible that extol Torah, there are some who will counter with one of the twenty or so passages

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A Prophet Like Moses

A Prophet Like Moses by Christine Egbert In Hebrews 10:7 Jesus (Yeshua) quoted one of the Psalms, “Then I said, ‘Behold, I come to do Your will, O God. In the scroll of the book

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