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Welcome to the Home page!  I won’t take up too much of your time, just want to state the purpose and ground rules here.

The purpose here is to glorify God through exploring what the Word says about Him.  This is not a place for people who want to spam their opinions, or create a following, or post their “amazing revelations” that have only been given to them.  This is not a place for divisions, or to take offense if I am not doing things precisely the way someone wants me to. As believers, we have to come to a place where we put ourselves on the back burner and make it all about Him — and that is what I am attempting to do.  I am not always going to succeed.  If I am biblically incorrect and you can prove it in context, then please do so politely.  I have a great amount of respect for my boundaries, and I will not allow rudeness, either to myself or the other commenters.  I will not allow any sort of demeaning behavior whatsoever, so please do not try to “pull rank” either.  It doesn’t matter if you have credentials, all that matters is if you can prove your point with scripture in context using the two witness rule.

The two witness rule:  According to established Torah law (Deut 19:15) and upheld by Yeshua (Jesus) in Matt 18:16, and Paul in 2 Cor 13:1, no matter is established by only one witness.  That means that two people in scripture have to have said something for it to be Biblical truth, and Paul saying something twice doesn’t count, it only counts as one witness, someone else has to say it too.  If one verse contradicts all the other writers, then that verse is misunderstood, not untrue.

This wall is not a billboard for the teachings of other people.  It may sound arrogant, but if I allow people to post teachings that I have not seen, it is my obligation to go through them all before allowing them to remain up.  I don’t have time for that.  If you would like to post something that is relevant, please just ask.  I will only say no for two reasons — one, I have not seen it AND I don’t know the teacher well enough to approve it without looking at it, or two, from experience with that teacher I don’t want people to get involved with their ministries.  Sometimes the teachings are good, but not everyone does a very good job of representing the character of our Creator.  I do not support teachers who misrepresent the character of our King in how they treat others, period, because I do not see any greater transgression than that.

So, Yeshua (Jesus) said that the law and the prophets could be summed up this way ” Love God, love your neighbor.”  The law of my blog is the same but I will narrow it down even further while still maintaining the rest of God’s laws — “Behave yourselves.”  Treat me and others like God loves us and I will make sure that you are treated the same way.  If you can’t do that, I have no qualms about banning you.

Titus 3:10  As for a person who stirs up division, after warning him once and then twice, have nothing more to do with him

 

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  1. (Wow–good thing I’m good at math!) 🙂

    I took advantage of the free offer of your book on Kindle, and I’m 38% through it on page 107, and if you tell me how I can make a donation (PayPal?) I would love to.

    I’ve been in Hebrew roots for two years now, and this is a breath of fresh air that is MUCH needed! Thank you SO much!

    Vic

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    1. Thanks Vic for the encouragement, it means more than you can imagine. You honor me greatly with your generous words. My paypal address – oh, and sorry about the math, if it makes you feel any better, I have to do a math problem whenever I log in too, but it seems the spambots off my page 🙂

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  2. Found you! I’ve started the book. Just wanted to say I have missed your council and posts but I want to stay in touch. I will follow this blog with love.

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  3. I don’ t have Facebook but sometime I get into my wife Facebook which she doesn’t mind and Love reading your articles. You have so much to give. I just bought your book and will start reading. I have enjoyed watching you and Rico and the other Torah teachers on Wednesday night . Thank you so much for all the inside you bring to the understanding of the Torah. Specially on the ANE understanding of the Scriptures.

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    1. Thanks David! We all really enjoy learning and sharing all of this. Right now I am studying monolatry in Ancient Israel – the worship of other gods alongside YHVH. I will be teaching that in three weeks 🙂

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      1. Hi Tyler, where can I find your research and teaching on monolatry?

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        1. Hey Kay – I have book that I am writing at the moment but the only other place i have it is as part of the WIT Talmidim Round Table from some months back – lemme link that for you but don’t expect much finesse – it was my first live teaching 😉 lol Ryan messaged me something hilarious in the middle and I about lost it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2OAR3RdXAo

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  4. hi! I am reading your book, The bridge and I have a question. On page 43, you state that Yahweh has promised to never forsake or destroy the genetic remnant of Abraham. You even bold and italicize the word genetic. So, are you saying that if you can’t trace your genetics back to Abraham then you don’t get that promise? And what about Noah? We are all descended from Noah…doesn’t that trace us back to Abraham? I guess I’m not understanding why you have stressed genetic remnant. For you, does this effect being grafted in?

    Thanks for taking the time to explain this to me.

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    1. Hi and thanks for asking. That specific covenant promise was made to Abraham, that his seed would always endure and in the Ancient Near East, having descendants was HUGE. Now your or my family lines might die out. For example, I am barren and cannot have children and so after me – my and my husband’s genetic lines dead-end with no promise of endurance. When this promise was given to Abraham, and later Isaac and then Jacob, it meant that they would always have a genetic remnant remaining in Covenant. I wrote that because there are some church doctrines that teach that Christians have completely replaced that genetic remnant and that promise to Abraham no longer exists – replacement theology – Abraham’s descendants are out and the Christians are in. But God’s promise to Abraham is that there would forever be children of Abraham in Covenant with the Creator. I hope that helps. And yes, we are all descended from Noah, but Noah had three sons and Abraham only descends from one of them. So although we all come from Noah, not all come from Abraham and even fewer come from Isaac and fewer still from Jacob. In my newest book, I cover in great detail how genetic descent has nothing to do with our Kingdom citizenship in Messiah. So the whole genetic remnant thing has nothing to do with our place in the Kingdom, only with the specific promise to the forefathers that God would always remember them 🙂 Grafting in is simply being adopted, and we do become Abraham’s seed when that hapens – just like my children are 100% a part of my family even though they are not genetically related to us. If that doesn’t help please ask again and I will try again.

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  5. makes sense, thanks so much for answering.

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    1. You’re welcome! It was a good question and I am glad you asked.

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  6. Warm greetings in Yeshua to you Dawn!
    I am loving your book “The Bridge”. Thank you so much! And I thank YHVH so much that you wrote it.

    I am wondering if it is possible to purchase this book in bulk orders?

    Kindest regards,
    Kim

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    1. Yes, I can handle bulk orders – I emailed you 🙂

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  7. Shalom,
    Blessed are you who come in the Name of Yhvh!
    I have both your books and 1st volume curriculum and looking forward to the 2nd volume….I am fairly new to torah (finding that i already knew a lot more then I thought I did) and found your book easy to read and understand. I have a strong, deep desire to give a physical book to everyone I know (everyone who Yahveh has put on my heart). Would you email me?

    Thank you,
    Brandyrenae

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    1. thanks that is very kind encouragement, I emailed you as requested 🙂

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  8. Hey Tyler,
    My wife and I are reading through the Bridge together and really enjoying the truths brought forth in a clear and understanding way. Thank you for making complex concepts easy to comprehend.
    My question for you, is do you know of any good podcast that teach for the ane perspective? I don’t always have time to sit and watch a video but can listen while driving or doing work around the house.
    Thank you again for your writings!

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    1. hmmm… lemme think. Oh, I know. Ryan White has a teaching website and a lot of his stuff is in audio form and can be downloaded. http://www.rootedintorah.com
      Also, Matthew Vander Els has a youtube channel – Founded in Truth
      Rico Cortes also, at http://www.wisdomintorah.com – but I don’t think Rico has any audio files, just video. I have a youtube channel called Context for Kids but I imagine you would rather have the grown up versions 🙂

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