Orthodox Rabbinic Presentation
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Interview with OvadYah Avrahami, Stephen Spykerman & Merv Watson at the 2017 COI Conference
COI Presentation – fit for Jewish consumption The COI Shavuot Conference of 2017 presents a paper by historian Steven M. Collins on the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel. Material presented by Stephen Spykerman.
Orthodox Rabbinic Presentation – Why is the Nation of Israel made up of Twelve Tribes? What is true unity? Each of the Twelve Tribes reflects a unique path in life. As the verse tells us at the conclusion of the blessings: All these are the twelve tribes of Israel… every one according to his blessing […]
Orthodox Rabbinic Presentation – Abundant End Time Harvest promised for the labors of Judah, the Plower, and Yosef, the Harvester
Orthodox Rabbinic Presentation – Rabbi Machlis – review of the Weekly Bible Reading Parashah – ‘Vayechi’ – from the final chapters of the Book of Genesis which reveals the metaphor of Yosef. All Rabbis interpret these chapters as pointing to the Return of ‘Ysef’ as the ‘Restorer of Peaceful reconciliation’ of the Family of God.Though […]
Cautionary Note to Jews – This presentation contains Ephraimite Messianic Content – In a language and from a platform familiar to scattered and unidentified Ephraimites who lost their Hebraic Israelite identity in the 2700 year exile from the Land of Israel, Elder Kevin Jones brilliantly reviews the Scriptural Definition of “The Blessing of Avraham.” Enlightening […]
Cautionary Note to Jews – This presentation contains Ephraimite Messianic Content – Stephen Spykerman is a renowned author of several books on the Topic of the Reconciliation and Restoration of the two greatly alienated Houses of Israel. This video was taken at the historic 2016 COI Reconciliation Conference and reviews the metaphor of ‘The Prodigal Son’ […]
Academic production – fit for Jewish consumption A documentary that shows from both the Bible and history, where the “Lost Ten Tribes of Israel” were taken during their Assyrian captivity, and where they migrated to after the fall of Assyria, in fulfillment of Bible prophecy.