Using dozens of examples and tracing them back to the Old Testament, Brad demonstrates how the meaning of New Testament words are already defined in the beginning. This book starts at the beginning, examining words of YHVH, such as light, way, life, and truth. It also contains an extensive study on the word faith, taking one back to the Tanakh (Old Testament) to give a balanced and proper understanding of the original definition. Brad also explains why we use Hebrew words and scripturally defines what these five basic terms mean: Yeshua‘, church, repentance, salvation, under the law, plus much more!
This sequel to the Blood Covenant will give deeper understanding to the role of Threshold Covenants in Scripture, including the surprising revelation of the Passover Covenant! How did Moses and the Israelites know what was meant when they heard God say 'It is the Lord's Passover?' Why did God require blood on the Thresholds of their homes? When and how did God become the husband of Israel? What role does the Threshold Covenant play in the marriage covenant? Chapters Include: Primitive Family Altar (A Blood Welcome At The Door, Reverence For The Threshold, The Connection with the Marriage Ceremony, Laying Foundations in Blood, False Dieties of the Doorway), The Earlist Temple Altar (From House To Temple, Sacredness of the Door, Temple Thresholds in Asia, Temple Thresholds in Africa, Temple Thresholds in Europe, Temple Thresholds in America, etc), The Sacred Boundary Line (Local Landmarks, National Borders), The Origin of the Rite, Hebrew Passover, or Cross-Over Sacrifice, Christian Passover, Perversions Of This Rite, & Appendices.
Hitherto unseen literary evidence reveals a new dimension to Isaiah’s prophecy that uses Israel’s ancient history as an allegory of an end-time scenario. Isaiah’s Hebrew gospel preempts the New Testament by teaching the path through which God empowers his children to ascend to the highest heaven.