Archive For The “Remez Monthly Teaching” Category
The life of Sarah as seen from the perspective of the Temple.
This teaching lays the foundation for interpreting numbers in Scripture based on the pattern in Genesis One. For the last one hundred years, EW Bullinger has been the go-to guy for interpreting numbers, but he missed something very key. Find out what in this teaching.
In the first session, Dinah and Rik discuss the Temple and its relationship to Rosh Hashanah/Feast of Trumpets. Part 1 Video Part 2 Video Part 3 Video Part 4 Video
This is a 12 part teaching that examines the symbolism and imagery of the temple throughout the Bible. This study is an overview that looks at the temple as a framework for study and research. Many difficulties arise when we try to make our modern understanding of the Bible fit into the ancient worldview. Symbols and imagery are examined from an Ancient Near East perspective and from the writings of the Second Temple Period. The series will help students recognize temple language in Scripture. Yeshua spoke and taught mostly in parables which was the temple language of his day. Session titles include: The Temple Revealed in… The Ancient World, The Garden,…
This in an in-depth look at a very unique midrashic story in the Book of Judges. After a discussion on the history and geography of the Tabernacle in Shiloh, where the Levite resides, the teaching goes on to explain Israel’s Ancient Marriage traditions of betrothal and full stage between the Levite and the Concubine. Also discussed is the significance of the Threshold covenant and the redress of grievances the Levite obtains from the nation of Israel. The teaching will reveal just why the Levite chose to chop up the Concubine into 12 pieces. Part 1 Video Part 1 Audio
This series begins with a discussion on the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, which the sages concluded was a fig tree. Rashi, for instance, made an interesting observation about the tree saying, “By the very thing by which they were disgraced were they restored.” The rich symbolism and imagery of the fig tree reveals that, not only does it represent Israel but, more significantly, it represents the Kings of Judah. You will also hear why Yeshua cursed the tree. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8
The life of King Hezekiah of Judah perfectly matches the life of Yeshua the Messiah in many areas. The most significant connections relate to the Temple itself, the festival of Passover, the additional 15 years given to Hezekiah, the various names for Messiah from Isaiah 7-9 and the sun dial of Ahaz. Part 1 Part 1 Part 2 Part 2 Part 3 Part 3 Part 4 Part 4 Part 5 Part 5 Part 6 Part 6 Part 7 Part 7 Part 8 Part 8 Part 9 Part 9 Part 10 Part 10 Part 11 Part 11…
Ascent to Tziyon (2 parts) This teaching begins by explaining the importance of “returning”, or making teshuvah, to the Father. I use the geography of Jerusalem to illustrate this concept in a physical sense and then connect it to our spiritual ascent to our Heavenly Father. I then describe the place of the “tophet”, the most cursed place on earth, and explain how we must leave our flesh there in order to enter into the city gates and ascend. From there I go into detail about Gihon Spring, the fountain of living water, and how it is a picture of the Spirit flowing into the Pool of Shiloach or Siloam. Finally,…
This is a 4 part series that looks at the facets of the offering service. We explain the ancient altar ritual of the burnt offering and how this ritual continues today in the Siddur, the Jewish book of prayer. This series does not discuss the Siddur but reveals the ancient customs that surrounded the altar and their deep spiritual meaning. Part 1 – Daily Cycles of Israel Part 2 – Drawing Near to God Part 3 – At the Alter Part 4 – Isaac and the Binding Part 1 Part 1 – Part 2 Part 2 – Part 3 Part 3 – Part 4 Part 4 –
This teaching is divided into two parts. The first is called Death at the Altar and looks at the elevation offering and its importance in our daily walk. We then examine the burnt offering and connect the offering to Abel and Isaac. In the second part, called Life at the Well, we will connect the story of Moshe at the well with the seven daughters of Jethro and the Woman at the Well in John 4. Part 1 Part 1 – Part 2 Part 2 –