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The 28 Blessings of Deuteronomy 28 Part 2
YeHoVaH reveals the secret to prosperity in Deuteronomy 28. Deuteronomy 28:1 captures the prerequisite of True Biblical Prosperity. The blessings are for those who obey the Commandments of YeHoVaH, and the curses are for those who disobey. The people had incentives to do the right thing and be blessed. The people knew what YeHoVaH expected of them; there were no surprises.
Part 2 of this 4 part series in Deuteronomy 28 captures the benefits of a Torah Observant Life and covers Blessings 4-10.
4. Dt 28:4 A blessing on the fruit of your body.
5. Dt 28:4 Blessing on the fruit of your land. Your land will be fertile. Let it rest.
6. Dt 28:4 The fruit of your livestock. Your oxen and cattle will be fertile.
7. Dt 28:4 The young of your cattle will grow strong and be fruitful; not sickly and weak.
8. Dt 28:4 And flocks: goats, geese, ducks, chicken, etc.
9. Dt 28:5 A blessing on your grain-basket: barley, wheat, oats, rice, etc.
10. Dt 28:5 And kneading-bowl: challah, matza, breads, cakes, etc.
In preparation for the study of The 28 Blessings of Deuteronomy 28 Part 2, please read
Sunday is Not the Sabbath?
(Introduction & The Search Begins)
The subject of the seventh-day Sabbath is probably one of the most important subjects contained in the Holy Scriptures and yet it is the least observed among Christians. Of the Ten Commandments, it is the only Commandment that YeHoVaH told His people to REMEMBER. It is also the only Commandment that not only is not being observed; it has also been utterly forgotten.
Deceptions and strong delusions of religious traditions have led the Christian Church in the wrong direction for hundreds of years. Theologians, preachers, and teachers have been teaching that the seventh-day Sabbath was changed to be on Sunday in honor of the resurrection of the Messiah.
This series discusses and answers the question: "Sunday is Not the Sabbath?'' Evidence is provided concerning the day that the Messiah and His Apostles worshiped on during the New Testament era. Once you have discovered the hidden truths of Scripture, you will understand why we should observe the seventh-day Sabbath as the proper day of rest and worship.
Great Faith, Prophets and Prophecy
Messiah’s Ministry encountered people of a variety of backgrounds, belief systems, creeds, cultures, lifestyles, and races. People came from all over the surrounding regions to be delivered from unclean spirits, to be healed, ministered to, and taught alongside the Messiah’s 12 chosen Apostles and His multitude of Disciples.
In this portion of Luke, Messiah encounters faith on a level that had not been seen in all of Israel. He demonstrated the power of the Holy Spirit in ways that caused the people, who witnessed it, to declare Him as a great Prophet. Messiah then highlighted the life of the greatest Prophet and prophecy which exposed the hearts of the religious leaders.
In preparation for the teaching, Great Faith, Prophets and Prophecy, please read Luke 7:1-35.