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That The Two May Be One

This teaching is based primarily on John 11 and Ephesians and expounds upon the fact that the Messiah Y'shua died that the two might be one. Not only do we show and discuss the Father's purpose, but in knowing this we automatically can discern the Adversary's agenda to keep the two from becoming one. Furthermore, we delve into his methodology and show how he has kept the two - the Circumcision and those called Uncircumcision - apart all these centuries. In this teaching we also discuss:

  • Just how God speaks of the restoration of all things from the beginning.
  • How John 4 teaches about the two becoming one.
  • The bones in Ezekiel 37 and who they represent.
  • How political ties demonstrate religious tendencies
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I Will Rule Over You
This teaching is based largely upon Ezekiel 20 and is intended to show how those things the Father told the elders of Israel so long ago pertain to His people living in this time. If you enjoyed the "Pharaoh Who Knew Not Joseph," then you will want to follow that up with this new featured message. In Ezekiel 20, the Father was alerting those of His people who wanted to mix and mingle with the cultures in which they resided that He was no longer going to allow them to get away with that type of thinking. As a loving but firm Father, He told them, "I will rule over you." In this message, you will see that we are the time of our visitation and, like those who lived in Egypt long ago, our Father is compelling us to rid ourselves of the idols of Egypt. In the end, He will get His way one way or the other.
Power of the Tongue
This teaching is based primarily on John 11 and Ephesians and expounds upon the fact that the Messiah Y'shua died that the two might be one. Not only do we show and discuss the Father's purpose, but in knowing this we automatically can discern the Adversary's agenda to keep the two from becoming one. Furthermore, we delve into his methodology and show how he has kept the two - the Circumcision and those called Uncircumcision - apart all these centuries. In this teaching we also discuss: • Just how God speaks of the restoration of all things from the beginning. • How John 4 teaches about the two becoming one. • The bones in Ezekiel 37 and who they represent. • How political ties demonstrate religious tendencies
The Ezekiel Wars
With trouble raging in the Middle East, everyone wants to know what is going to happen next. Is the current situation the prelude to the war of Gog of Magog (Ez. 38 & 39)? In this recent live message, Bill describes the chronology of events as predicted by the prophet Ezekiel and shows that there is actually another war to be fought before the invasion from the north.
The Last Day Famine
The Scripture teaches that God reveals spiritual truths through natural things. In this audio message, "The Last Day Famine", Bill shows that the Scripture predicts a literal famine that will sweep across the earth and devastate the economies of even the most powerful nations. Bill also shows how the prophecies of a physical famine are intended to teach us of an approaching spiritual famine as well. Moreover, Bill will provide information on the vanishing bee phenomena and how it may be an indication of both the literal and spiritual famine.
Going To The Mountain
This message, recorded in San Antonio, TX, describes the distinctions between Esau and Jacob, specifically how one symbolizes the goats and the other, the sheep. Using this as a basis, Bill discusses the two natures within each of us that struggle within us for dominance in our lives. All of this is so that we may understand our Heavenly Father is calling us to draw closer to Him in these perilous times and, as we do, we see that life gets more uncomfortable. The reason being, as we draw closer to His holiness, more of who we are has to die. Consequently, the level of commitment that has brought us through the testing of the past my not be sufficient to endure the tests that are surely coming in the future. In short, we must change our dingy garments for clean ones as we prepare to go to the mountain. (Approximately 75 minutes)
End Time Observation: Mingling With the Seed of Men
This, the first of our End Time Observations, focuses on the recent protests in Egypt to determine what was truly behind the uprising - food shortages and unemployment; democratic reform or something far more sinister? This teaching briefly analyzes the Muslim Brotherhood and examines the role it may have played in this crisis. Specifically, Bill addresses the Brotherhood's attempt to mix Islamic principles with "democratic" reforms in an effort to further its ultimate goal - the establishment of a fundamental Islamic state with Sharia as the law of the land. Bill also compares the methodology of the MB with that of Saul Alinsky and his controversial book, Rules for Radicals. The goal of the teaching is that we may see how a prophecy in Daniel 2 may be materializing right before our eyes. (Approximately 60 minutes)
Torah Portion: Terumah
Commentary on the Torah Portion - Terumah, "portion." This parsha highlights the preparation for the Mishkan - the Tabernacle. Teaching highlights include: the relationship between the Mishkan and Sinai; the role of the Ark and the Holy of Holies as the heart of the Sanctuary. Bill also discusses the interesting relationship between the Hebrew words for cherubim, drawing near and Horeb. Also included is how the Menorah demonstrates the role of Y'shua in relationship to His two witnesses - a theme that runs throughout the Tabernacle. Much more. (Approximately 70 minutes)
Torah Portion: Tetzaveh
Bill's commentary on the Torah portion Tetzaveh. This parsha emphasizes the selection of the priests and preparation of the holy garments designed especially for them and, in particular, the High Priest. This teaching highlights:
  • The mystery of the two stones worn upon the shoulders of the High Priest.
  • The "identity" of the twelve precious stones upon the breastplate.
  • The fascinating relationship between the 12 stones and the Urim v' Tummim.
The prophetic element of this portion reveals the role of our heavenly High Priest, Y'shua, and accentuates the importance of the restoration of the kingdom of Israel. (Approximately 80 minutes)
Torah Portion: Vay'yakhel
This is Bill's commentary on the Torah portion - Vay'yakhel ("He assembled"). In this parsha, Moses invites the entire nation to participate in the construction of the mishkan by bringing the items needed to build it. This commentary focuses on the fact that each member of the nation had to function in their purpose whether by bringing donations or taking those items and transforming them into the articles according to the pattern Moses was shown in the mountain. Highlights include:
  • The supremacy of Shabbat
  • The special mission of Betzalel and Oholiav
  • The need for wisdom
Approximately 35 minutes.
Torah Portion: Pekudei
This is Bill's commentary on the Torah Portion - Pekudei ("accountings"). The emphasis of this portion is the completion of the mishkan culminating in the appearance of the Sh'kinah - God's Presence - visibly filling the tabernacle for all of Israel to see. This manifestation of His glory signified that Moses' intercession and the people's repentance had succeeded in providing an environment in which God could dwell in His people. Some of the teaching highlights include:
  • How the mishkan is hinted at in the word b'reshiyt (in the beginning).
  • How the four-square breastplate may be a pattern for the New Jerusalem.
  • How the building process parallels Creation.
(Approximately 60 minutes)
End Time Observation: Sea and the Waves Roaring
On March 11, 2011, a devastating earthquake struck Japan killing scores of people only to be followed moments later by a more deadly tsunami. A quake so powerful as to move the entire island of Japan 8 feet should not be interpreted as just another unfortunate catastrophe. It is an indication that the creation is manifesting birth pangs - but why? In this message, Bill presents what he believes to be evidence that these type of events should not be considered as a sign to the unbeliever exclusively. To the contrary, these signs are to be understood as the Creator speaking to His people through His Creation. Moreover, what are the signs of the times supposed to be pointing to? Armageddon? Doom and gloom? The end of the world? According to the Bible these things are a sign to believers that our redemption is at hand. (Approximately 1 hour) Teaching Highlights:
  • How these events are the beginning of birth pains.
  • What the Bible has to say about future earthquakes.
  • Why we can be sure these events are speaking to us.
  • How, at times, earthquakes help God's people.
Torah Portion - Tzav
This is Bill's commentary on the Torah portion Tzav ("Command"). This sidrah addresses the priests and gives instruction concerning the offerings brought by the people as well as the tamid (perpetual) offering. These chapters essentially constitute a "how to" manual for the priests in how they were perform their duties. This teaching emphasizes certain concepts found in this portion including the principle of "holy foods" and their ability to cause something that comes in contact with them to be deemed holy. Bill also explores the rabbinic belief that the thanksgiving offering will be an eternal sacrifice and compares that to passages which suggest sacrifices will be made during the Messianic era. Other highlights include:
  • The altar fires and how it represents Israel's mandate to be a Light to the Nations.
  • A comparison between Moses' and Y'shua's inauguration of their disciples.
  • How the name Moses hints at Mashiach.
(Approximately 55 minutes)
Torah Portion: Sh'mini
This is Bill's commentary on the Torah portion Sh'mini or "Eighth," referring to the eighth day since the consecration of the Levitical priesthood began. As we see, rather than being a completely auspicious and joyous occasion, the day is marked by the sudden death of Aaron's two sons, Nadav and Avihu. Their deaths and the subsequent prohibitions when ministering unto the Creator demonstrate to us the necessity of distinguishing between the holy and profane. Furthermore, because textual evidence suggests that Nadav and Avihu's judgment may have been cloud by intoxicants, we learn that we must guard against our spiritual senses being dulled by the allure of culture. We also learn that kashrut - the dietary laws - demonstrates how ingesting unclean things can dull our spiritual senses and impede our ability to imitate the Creator's holiness. Highlights include:
  • Aaron's silence and how it compares to Y'shua.
  • Importance of not being a "pig's foot."
  • Comparing gachon (belly) and gihon (fountain).
  • Much more.
(Approximately 90 minutes)
Torah Portion: Tazriah
This is Bill's commentary on the Torah portion Tazriah - "Conceive." In the previous Torah portion, Scripture details the animals that are not considered to be food and whose carcass defiles God's people. This portion focuses on the contamination that results from what comes from humans whether through childbirth or as a consequence of tzarat - "leprosy." Rather than what we consider leprosy, tzarat may be something entirely different than a simple skin disease. Scriptural evidence strongly suggests that tzarat is a physical manifestation of a spiritual condition which rabbinical sources suggest is the sin of lashon ha'ra (evil speech) and slander. Through this and previous portions, we see that the Father stresses the importance of distinguishing between holy and profane, clean and unclean. Some of the highlights are:
  • How physical things reveal spiritual things.
  • What is revealed through the Hebrew spelling of tzarat.
  • The distinctions between leprosy and tzarat.
  • Much more!
Hope you enjoy. (Approximately 60 minutes)  
Torah Portion - Acharei Mot
This is Bill's teaching commentary on the Torah portion Acharei Mot – “After the death.” This portion begins what is regarded as lev ha'torah (the heart of the Torah) and emphasizes how the Creator is to be approached and uses the death of Aaron's sons to make the point that it must not be done "at all times." Beginning with the procedures on the Day of Atonement in Leviticus 16, this sidrah addresses the importance of holiness and how we, as His people, are not to profane but sanctify His name among the nations. In the section pertaining to Yom Kippur we see patterns for events that would transpire when Y'shua offered Himself as the sacrifice for and bearer of our sins. Furthermore, in chapters 17 and 18, the portion details the concepts of the pollution of idols, the sanctity of blood and forbidden relationships - all principles addressed in the letter sent from Jerusalem to the new believers in Acts 15. In this we see that James did not choose directives for non-Jews arbitrarily but went to the very heart of the Torah. Highlights in this teaching include:
  • Parallels between the Yom Kippur service and the suffering of the Messiah.
  • Two he-goats of Yom Kippur and the two Y'shuas before Pilate.
  • Pollution of idols and its connection to Esau.
  • How this portion inspired the letter of Acts 15.
  • The holiness of the land of Israel.
Hope you enjoy. (Approximately 80 minutes)
Torah Portion - Metzora
This is Bill's teaching commentary on the Torah portion Metzora - "Leper." In this portion the unique requirements for the cleansing of the metzora are detailed and it is these procedures that attracts our attention. Traditionally, no Israeli male had ever offered the gifts that Moses prescribed and, thus, the instructions given by Y'shua to the cleansed leper (Mark 1) says more than we have imagined. Also included in this teaching are the "emissions" from humans that render ritual contamination. Of special interest is the fact this describes what the woman with the "issue of blood" suffered with for twelve years. Her healing meant that she was no longer considered unclean and could, once again, be permitted to enter "His courts with praise." Ultimately, we see in this portion that we all are unclean and only Y'shua can cleanse us from our filthiness. (Approximately 60 minutes)  
Torah Portion: Kedoshim
This is Bill's commentary on the Torah portion Kedoshim – “Holy.” This portion is part of what is considered to be lev ha'torah (the heart of the Torah) and specifically defines how Israel is to be holy "because I the LORD your God am holy." This portion demonstrates that it is not enough to be "set apart" because others are set apart as well but in a much different way - some are set apart for evil. Therefore, outward appearance alone does not constitute being holy; those who are set apart as Israel are to imitate the characteristics of the Creator and that must come from within. While we cannot imitate God's omnipotence, omniscience or omnipresence, we can strive to imitate His mercy, kindness and generosity in how we treat parents, elders, the stranger and people with whom we do business. In doing so, we approach the mandate given to Israel to be a light to the nations. That light is not to be removed from the world but is to shine in the world and, thus, distinguish us from the world. The heart of this sidrah is the command that many rabbis consider the "sum of the Torah" - the command to "love your neighbor as yourself." According to Y'shua, this command and the command to "love the LORD your God" summarizes, and is the basis for, all the other commands. Understanding the primacy of these two, all the other commands are but commentary on the principles these two establish. In grasping the heart of God - love, mercy and longsuffering - we begin to understand what it is to be "holy." (Approximately 70 minutes)
Torah Portion: Emor
This is Bill's commentary on the Torah portion Emor – “say.” This torah portion addresses, primarily, the priests and their responsibility to maintain higher standards of purity because of their unique position. From how they are allowed to mourn to who to marry, the instructions given to the priests suggest their lives were ones of extreme abstinence. Yet, to be holy means to be "set apart" and those who are to approach the Creator - including the offerings presented Him - must be uncontaminated and devoid of blemish. In this portion we also see the responsibility placed upon the nation of Israel to sanctify the Name of the Creator among the nation and among their own people. One of the ways Israel was to be set apart was to observe the moedim (appointed times) of the Creator, the first mentioned being the weekly Shabbat. Some of the highlights include:
  • Why David was permitted to eat the shewbread.
  • The relationship between emor and the omer.
  • The importance of sanctifying His Name.
(Approximately 75 minutes)  
End Time Observation: Why the Glory Departed
This is a teaching recorded during one of our Yeshivat HaShoresh sessions. Based on 1 Samuel, this teaching compares the story of the Ark's capture and the demise of the tabernacle at Shiloh to current self-destructive trends within the Body today. The apathy of Eli the High Priest and the blatant disregard of his sons for the holiness of the tabernacle all culminated in the departure of God's presence. Without His presence, the tabernacle, the furnishings and all that it represented was of no value. Considering the dramatic pattern is liable to repeat itself, the question to us is: "How long before the unthinkable happens again?" Yet, before He brought down the house of Eli, He had a Samuel (the one who hears God) waiting in the wings. (Approximately 60 minutes).
End Time Observation: The Perfect Storm?
Recently, the cover of Newsweek Magazine asked this question in relation to the many events engulfing the world: "What is going on?" The problem, for them, is not failing to discern that something is going on; no, their problem is not being able to discern what it all means. While the deadliest tornado outbreak since the 1920's ransacked much of the southeastern U.S., media outlets were obsessed with the Royal wedding. Y'shua likened the days preceding His return to the days of Noah when men were, "eating, drinking, marrying and giving in marriage." They didn't know what hit them. Likewise, this generation continues on as crisis after crisis builds - political unrest in the Middle East; violence along the U.S. - Mexican border; record breaking droughts, storms and floods; and the renewed threat of terrorism with the death of Osama bin Ladin. All this and more leads one to consider that these events are about to merge into one big, "perfect storm." (Approximately 45 minutes).
Torah Portion: Behar
This is Bill's commentary on the torah portion, Be'har or "on the mount." In this portion, Moses is given details concerning the sh'mittah (sabbatical year) and the yovel (jubilee). Through these observances we understand that the land of Israel is God's and is enlisted in His service to help the poor and the beasts of the field. Where the land is concerned, His people are considered tenants given the opportunity to enjoy the bounty of the land while respecting the wishes of its owner - the Creator of heaven and earth. Some of the highlights include:
  • Why failure to obey these commands resulted in exile.
  • Why obedience to these commands brings fullness and peace.
  • Our obligations to the poor of our brethren.
(Approximately 60 minutes).
Torah Portion: Bechukotai
This is Bill's commentary) on the torah portion, Bechukotai or, "in my statutes." In this portion, the Scripture describes, in general terms, the blessings that come with obedience. However the text describes, in horrid detail, the judgments that befall those of the covenant who choose to walk in disobedience. Israel is warned that should they opt to continue in disobedience, a series of five groups of seven punishments, each worse than the previous one, would come upon them. Yet, for all this, we see that the God of Israel will still keep His word to the patriarchs and redeem their descendants, ultimately, through the Messiah Y'shua. (Approximately 70 minutes).
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