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Abba El, Where Are You? Teaching Review

Shalom Saints, Amongst all the important messages that Efraiym has delivered at House of Israel Charlotte, thisTeaching was stellar!  Why?  This Teaching touched the spirits of the Saints with its practical applications that we all could relate to in our faith walk.  The testimonies, confessions, and revelations shared during the Q & A Session were witnesses […]

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The 8th Day 2018 Teaching Review

Shalom Saints, Arthur introduced the Message by letting us know that Father has an established way of life, or culture, for His people.  His culture embodies the Instructions He has given us on how to relate to Him, how to relate to each other, and how we are to conduct our lives. The Feasts are an […]

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The Prophets are Sent Teaching Review

Arthur boosted our self-confidence today by telling us that our capacity to do what Yeshua did, far exceeds our ability to comprehend this fact.  Our natural mind cannot comprehend the things of YeHoVah, which is why we need to take on the mind of Yeshua.  It is so important that we do not limit ourselves […]

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Tabernacles 2018 Teaching Review

Shalom Saints,  Arthur passionately warned us about the conflicting and authoritative voices that have exalted themselves to be more than the Voice of the Almighty.  Listening to these voices leads to being distracted from the responsibilities that Father has given us.  Our primary responsibility is that we listen to His voice and direct others to […]

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The Gentiles and Salvation Part 2 Teaching Review

Shalom Saints,  Arthur was quite masterful at conducting a verse-by-verse Teaching on this multi-faceted portion of Acts 15. Only 11 verses were covered, Verses 19-29, yet there was a wealth of information drawn from those verses. Arthur shared his search of those Scriptures with us. It was quite enlightening on how much more one is […]

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Yom Kippur 2018 Teaching Review

Shalom Saints, Arthur’s unorthodox Teaching for the Day of Atonement was strictly Biblical!  Arthur’s teaching was heretical according to the tradition of Judaism, but he had searched the Scriptures and gleaned from the Word that this was a Day to Rejoice and not be mournful.  We were assembled according to Elohim’s Command and, as Arthur proclaimed, […]

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