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  • Prophetic Feasts of the Lord


    A discussion of the history, prophetic symbolism, and Messianic fulfillment of the Feasts of the Lord, their contemporary observance in Judaism and Christianity, and personal application.

  • The Prophet Zephaniah


    Zephaniah is one of the Minor Prophets who lived in Jerusalem before the Babylonian exile. He prophesied of the destruction of Jerusalem and God's judgment of His people. His words are prophetic of the future Great Tribulation and the Millennial Kingdom that will follow

  • The Book of Micah


    Dr. Davis was led to an in-depth study of the Book of Micah because of Yeshua’s startling introduction to words spoken by that prophet. “I have not come to bring peace but a sword”, declared Yeshua (Mat 10:34).

  • Satan's Final Battle Plan


    Dr. Anne Davis turns to Scripture to learn what the Bible says about deceit and discusses what Scripture reveals as Satan's final battle plan.

  • The Time of Jacob's Trouble


    What did Jeremiah mean by the time of Jacob's Trouble when he said, "Alas! for that day is great so that none is like it: it is even the time of Jacob's trouble; but he shall be saved out of it." (Jer 30:7 - KJV) Join Dr. Anne Davis as she takes us on a journey to uncover the deeper meaning of Jeremiah 30:7 and the time of Jacob's trouble.

  • Galatians


    This study is based on Christy Anderson's in-depth, 2 volume book on Galatians. Because Paul was clashing with traditional issues in the Judaism of his time, it is important to view the message of Galatians from a Hebraic perspective.

  • Eternal Life and the Hebraic Sense of Time


    There are two aspects of time in the Bible. You are familiar with one, which is the Greek, western sense of time that views points on a line. The past is behind us and the future has not yet happened. Only the present is a reality; we can access past and future only through evidence and imagination. However, there is another sense of time, which is God’s time. Since God created time and is in time, the ever-present God is in all aspects of time. To the extent that we are “one with God,” we are with Him in all aspects of time. The words translated “eternal” portray this sense of God’s time.

  • Hezekiah


    In this teaching, Dr. Dye looks at the life and times of Hezekiah, King of Judah. The rabbis associated Hezekiah with the Messiah, and Sennacherib, Hezekiah's enemy, with Gog and Magog. With that understanding, Dr. Dye examines key figures, problems with dating, and prophetic symbolism that reveal the remarkable connection between Yeshua and Hezekiah, and uncovers over twenty-five areas of concurrency.

  • The Levite and the Concubine: Messiah and His Bride


    This in an in-depth look at a very unique midrashic story in the Book of Judges. After a discussion of the history and geography of the Tabernacle in Shiloh where the Levite is from, the teaching explains Israel’s Ancient Marriage traditions of betrothal and full stage between the Levite and the Concubine. The significance of the Threshold covenant, and the redress of grievances the Levite obtains for the nation of Israel, as he chops up the Concubine into 12 pieces, is also explained.

  • The Wedding Week


    This 6-part series explores the relationship, from the book of John, between the festivals, the marriage week and the Torah portion readings of the first century. Diana’s premise is that the book of John covers a three and one-half year cycle of Temple festivals related to the three and one-half year Torah readings. The book of Revelation represents the completed wedding week of seven years.

  • First Century Religious Groups


    In this 6 part Series, Dr. Yana Sanders teaches about the prominent religious groups of the first century in the land of Israel. She discusses the specifics of the Saducees, Pharisees, and Essenes, exploring their similarities and their distinct differences while also showing direct correlations to our present era Christian groups. Dr. Sanders shows some of the specific issues that caused the first century religious leaders to turn against Yeshua and His disciples as well as how the believers practiced their faith in the first century.

  • Early Morning Blessings


    This series teaches about the early morning prayers and blessings. For example, the blessing, "upon arising", is really a rehearsal for the resurrection of the dead. The prayer "entering into the tents" speaks of the importance of coming into the presence of God each morning. Dr. Dye also examines the spiritual imagery of the tzitzit, the tallit, and the tefillin in the life of the believer. The teaching covers the prayer service from Israel'stents to the incense offering.

  • Biblical Health: Hellenistic, Hebraic, or Christian


    Dr. Sanders compares and contrasts the Hebraic and Hellenistic concepts and beliefs of emotional, physical, and mental health. As believers and followers of Yeshua, we should strive for Biblical Health so that we are able to fulfill the LORD's will for our lives. The goal is to be inwardly healthy so that we are able to fulfill the Greatest Commandment: To love YHVH and One Another. To Be FULLY able to fulfill the purpose for which we were created - having a pure heat, healthy body and a mind purified by His Holy Word.

  • Building Biblical Relationships with Men


    We must know how to go to Scripture with the confidence that we can find answers to all of our difficult questions. Bible Interact has recovered ancient methods of searching the Scriptures that uncover a depth of meaning. "Building Biblical Relationships with Men" presents two full mini-lectures that discuss our biblical role as women of God.

  • The Universal Threshold Covenant


    A presentation of the origin, corruption, and eventual restoration of the universal covenantal traditions of antiquity that will magnify your understanding of Scripture and challenge your heart to greater holiness

  • Ruth: A Journey from Empty to Fullness


    A verse by verse exegesis of “Ruth” from the Hebraic perspective, utilizing the Hebrew language, grammar, and syntax to deepens one’s understanding of the prophetic imagery that points to Yeshua and His Gentile bride.

  • Ancient Traditions from Hebrew Scriptures


    Presenting the history and commitment of the ancient scribes, who meticulously copied the sacred Scriptures and preserved the pronunciation of the Hebrew language for future generations; also discusses the history, purpose, and symbolism of the mezuzah, tefillin (phylacteries in Greek), and the annual Feast of Purim.

  • Service of the Heart


    This is an in-depth teaching on the Hebrew prayer service. It begins by tracing the development of prayer from Israel's time in Babylon to present day. It examines how the prayers became the substitute for the offerings in the Temple. The series also examines the role of Ezra and the Men of the Great Assembly in the development of the various prayers that are still recited today. Finally, the series discusses the importance of the specific prayer times and connects those times to a number of examples in the New Testament.


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