For now the only videos on the website are the ones listed below. I will be adding more shortly. Thank you for your understanding. Reuven
The Old and New Covenants - What are they? -
As amazing as it may sound most Christians today have no idea what the New Covenant actually is. In this video it will be shown that the New Covenant IS NOT the Letters from Matthew to Revelation. and the Old Covenant IS NOT the Books from Genesis to Malachi. Then what is the New Covenant? View the video and learn possibly for the first time just what the New Covenant actaully is.
The Heavenly Father's Name -
The Heavenly Father, Yahuweh, tells us that His People "know HIs Name" (Isa 52:6), His People are called by His Name (2 Chron 7:14). The Messiah, Yahoshua, said that He manifested His Father's name to his disciples (John 17:6, 26). Do you know His Name? Can you possibly be His People if you don't know His Name?
No other Name given among Men... Acts 4:12
Would you be surprised, or even shocked, to learn that the letter "J" did not exist in any language on the face of the earth until the 16th century? If that were true, which it is , then what Name was the Messiah called by when he walked the earth? It absolutely was not 'Jesus' What is the name then by which we must be saved? Watch the video and read the articles
Part 1 - the story of my growing up in the projects in Cleveland and how the heavenly Father, Yahuweh, brought me to Jerusalem some 36 years later, waiting for the Messiah's return. Of which I'm convinced will be very soon, months not years.
Part 2 - from Baptism to the Trinity. The Almighty showed me the importance of Baptism and how He, the Heavenly Father Yahweh, is the Only True Elohim (G-d) - John 17:3
Tours of the Old City Jerusalem:
Avoid clicking the list of articles below. They "are not" categorized. What that means is they are not listed in any specific order. They appear in the list below in the order in which I posted them on the website. I had to list them here so as to get a 'website address' for each article. I'm sure there's a better way of doing it but as of yet I don't know that way.
If you wish to read a specific article go to "All Articles" and find the topic that you're interested in and read the article/s there.
Thank You Reuven