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    • Hi Cindy,

      On the right-hand column of this page, there are links to series that coincide with this one. Check out the “Unmasking the Python Spirit” and “When Python Jumped” series. It hooks right into this series!

      All the best …

  1. Niki

    I really enjoy this series Kevin. I was baptized July 25 2010 and I didn’t grow up in the church. I don’t have any reference but what is revealed to me in scripture. My husband and I don’t do holidays anymore which at first bothered our kids, but they have gotten used to it. Birthdays are a little bit harder to convince them of. We are really trying to figure out how to observe Gods feasts and Shabbot. We do church on Sunday because that’s when “Christians” have church but I don’t like being called a Christian. I would rather be called a follower or believer of YeShua or of the way. I wouldn’t even be opposed to being called a nazarite.

  2. Joe Gallion

    Thank you so much for confirming what my wife and I have found to be true. In the last 20 years we have been involved with everything from Charismatic Pentecostalism, Catholicism, Mainline Christianity and Messianic Judaism. In our search for the truth we have found exactly the same things you have put forth in your posts, and we thank Yahweh for your articulate presentation of this biblical truth.

  3. Paul

    I have recently heard the analogy of the death of John the baptist. John represents Elijah ( restorer) Herod (present day society) Herod’s wife (mother of harlots) daughter (one of the offspring of harlots). Herod has birthday party and has too much to drink. He summons his adulteress wife daughter to dance for his guest and him. He offers up to half his kingdom. She consults with the mother. Mother harlot demands the head of John (no longer can speak and accuse her). The daughter churches are going to ask for heads to please the mother church. John understood his mission and was able to accomplish it. As we keep (guard) his commands and share with others, we to will be able to fulfill our missions.

  4. Charles

    While I agree with your assessment of the failings of the Christian church, there are many good things that have come out of it. Also had the “Church ” not existed throughout the last 2000 yrs. possibly none of us now would know of God’s word. I have believed for some time that it’s existence however flawed, has brought us to a time when we can fully, as individuals, follow His covenant.

  5. John kaeb

    Amen, and looking forward to the next post of this series. I identify with those Nazarenes that Ignatius of Antioch railed against.

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