True Prophets and false prophets Part 2 (The Acts of the Apostles Ch. 13 Pt. 2) Teaching Review

Shalom Saints, Everyone is under the influence of a spirit.  The question is, “What spirit are you under?”  In Part 2 of this Teaching, Arthur continued to shed light on differentiating between truth and falsity.  Here are the critical keys that Arthur shared to help us avoid being taken captive or brought under the influence of […]

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Who Is Israel? Teaching Review

Who is Israel by Arthur Bailey

Shalom Saints,   Arthur was preaching before the Teaching!  He was determined to expose the lies, we have heard over and over, so that the truth could be told.  His desire to see all of YeHoVaH’s children blessed by the truth was definitely evident today.  Apostle explained that if you are a believer and in bondage […]

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Persecution and Yah’s Deliverance (Acts of the Apostles Chapter 12 Pt. 1) Teaching Review

Arthur Bailey Deliverance Message

Shalom Saints,   Arthur’s opening prayer included, “Father … If Your Word cuts us today, we know that You will heal us!”  That was a definite signal that we were going to receive strong meat today!  The persecution experienced by the disciples, the death of James (John’s brother), Peter’s death sentence, and Peter’s divinely engineered escape […]

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In the Beginning Teaching Review

Shalom Saints,   Truth never gets old!  Efraiym’s Teaching from Genesis was a testimony of that truism.  He taught from truth and wisdom that was more than 6,000 years old (from Creation) and yet is still relevant TODAY.  Efraiym said that Genesis, or Berishith, is his favorite Book of the Bible.  Berishith means “in the beginning” […]

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The Gospel Goes to Antioch – Teaching Review

Shalom Saints, Arthur opened the Teaching with a thought-provoking question. Did you know that many great things happened in the Bible as a result of the actions of Saints whose names aren’t written in the Bible?  Arthur went on to say that those ordinary believers were just like you and I!  At the time, they probably did not […]

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