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Keeping Passover

The following represents my understanding of how/when to eat Passover as a Believer in Yeshua, still in the Diaspora. I reserve the right to be wrong. So please do your own research, and prayerful study of Scripture in order to form your own convictions.   A few things to note starting off:   1) Passover is to be done FOR EVER. This is repeatedly stated in the Torah. Seeing as YHWH Himself gave... read more

Yeshua is the Messiah

In recent years, I have seen a massive increase in anti-Yeshua rhetoric on my Facebook page – usually from Torah folks who now deny the Savior they once believed in as a result of listening to the likes of Tovia Singer (among others). They did a pendulum swing from once believing to now disbelieving and they are now just as passionate in their disbelief as they once were in their former, firm... read more

!START HERE!

For those coming here for the first time, this site can be a bit overwhelming. There is a lot of content here – much of which may challenge some of the things you’ve believed most of your life. To be honest, much of my own beliefs have been significantly challenged and this site reflects the personal journey of discovery that I’ve been on since about 2010.     What is the... read more

Lunar or Weekly Sabbath?

http://www.educatetruth.com/featured/the-origin-of-the-sabbath-and-weekly-cycle/·THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2015 When is the Sabbath? I know this is a debate currently raging in some circles. Is the Sabbath based on the moon or has it always been about the consistent seventh day of the week? Well, consider the fact that “Saturday” is… Shabbat in Hebrew Sávvato in Greek yawm alssabt in Arabic... read more

It’s so simple a child could get it…

Published by Rob Skiba Sunday, October 11, 2015 Mark 12… 28 And one of the scribes came, and having heard them reasoning together, and perceiving that he had answered them well, asked him, Which is the first commandment of all? 29 And Jesus answered him, The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord: 30 And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and... read more

Double Standard Abominations

Published by Rob Skiba July 1, 2015 at 3:29 PM A typical 21st Century Christian: “THE LAW HAS BEEN DONE AWAY WITH! IT WAS JUST FOR THE JEWS! WE’RE NOT UNDER THE LAW!!!! WE ARE FREE IN CHRIST!! WE ARE NOT BOUND BY THE OLD TESTAMENT!! STOP TRYING TO PUT US BACK UNDER THE LAW!! Now excuse me while I protest gay marriage and accuse other Christians of robbing God if they don’t tithe to... read more

Circumcision, Salvation and the Feasts

Published by Rob Skiba March 9, 2015 at 1:40 PM My thoughts on the issues of circumcision, salvation and the Feasts. I’m not telling anyone what to do. I’m merely stating what I believe based on my studies on these topics. Take it or leave it. More and more people are realizing the it’s time to ditch the pagan celebrations of X-mess and Ishtar day and get back to the actual HOLYdays of... read more

“So do you keep all 613 commandments Rob??”

Published by Rob Skiba January 3, 2015 at 2:51 PM People ask me all the time, “Well if you claim to be Torah observant do you keep ALL 613 commandments in it?” This is of course usually done in a smug effort to try and trip me up and eventually label me either a liar, hypocrite, heretic or worse. I can almost guarantee that nearly everyone who hurls that accusatory question has never... read more

“Church Fathers” and the Closing Words of Scripture

Published by Rob Skiba December 30, 2014 at 5:47 AM People love to quote the “early Church Fathers” all the time. Unfortunately, the ones they are choosing to quote are really more like “early Church Children, Grandchildren, Great Grandchildren” and even rebellious step children. The true  “early Church Fathers” are the authors of the New Testament! Yes, they... read more

Historical facts about X-mess and the Church

December 23, 2014 at 1:11 PM The following compilation of historical facts are taken from: http://www.biblestudying.net/churchhistory5.html and are provided here for your consideration:It is a historical fact, that for 200 years after Christ the church did not celebrate Christ’s birthday or any holiday on December 25. And it wasn’t until sometime in the middle of the 300’s AD that most of the... read more

I’ll see your Paul and raise you ten plus… and a Vulcan just for the fun of it

Published by Rob Skiba December 16, 2014 at 2:48 PM Oh how interesting it gets whenever we talk about actually obeying YHWH with Christians. It still astounds me that there should even be a debate as to whether or not obeying YHWH is something we should be doing. Yet, time and time again, we find that it is a hotly contested debate. And within this debate, everyone and their dog wants to throw down Paul... read more

Where in the world is the world?

Published by Rob Skiba December 12, 2014 at 10:25 PM I often hear one of the excuses for justifying X-mess and Ishtar Day: “But these are the times when the world comes to the church. It’s when we have the best chance of reaching them.” On the surface, that sounds great, doesn’t it? Good opportunity for out-reach, right? Well… let me ask you a question:   WHERE... read more

10 or 613?

Published by Rob Skiba May 13, 2014 at 2:16 PM When it comes to “keeping the Law” most of my posts really revolve around the 10 Commandments (and the Feasts). Still, time after time, people continue to come at me with the question/accusation, “Well, are you keeping all 613 (alleged) commandments of the Torah?” as if to try and trap me. Look… NO... read more

The Sign Between YHWH And His Bride

Published by Rob Skiba May 16, 2014 at 3:54 PM So, I’ve been thinking about the marriage of Israel and YHWH at Pentecost (the first one at Mt. Sinai), which birthed the Church that is the Bride. What if we thought of the Ten Commandments less as “commandments” and more like wedding vows? Think of them more like your wedding band, which serves as a “sign” to everyone else that... read more

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