Asher speaks about mutual submission and the dangers of not being under spiritual authority.
Asher writes, "Sometimes we are asked by fellow Israelis, 'If Yeshua is the Messiah, why is there no prophecy of that being his name in the Tanakh?'"
Asher writes, "I had a dream recently in which I was going through a series of spiritual tests over and over again. I was totally dismayed and tired of having to go through so many tests. I knew the goal was to get to total and perfect obedience, but…"
Asher writes, "Since John was the last writer of Scriptures, his writings contain a unique view of the whole spectrum of Scriptures from beginning to end. John often spoke in terms of 'beginning to end'."
Asher goes deeper into the meaning of the word "soul" and shares on the sacrifice of Yeshua for our transgressions.
Asher writes, "We respect the priestly elements in both Jewish and Christian traditions, and we recognize that the symbolic signs all point to Yeshua’s spiritual priesthood in Heaven."
For 2000 years the appointed times and geography hasn't played an important role in Christianity, but God has set a time and place for...
Asher writes, "There are several passages in the prophets that speak of a day in which the “wealth of the nations (or Gentiles) will come.” Is there to be a fulfillment or even partial fulfillment for these verses in our time?"
Asher writes, "Reconciliation has two directions: one toward God and one toward people. Reconciliation toward God is the Gospel. Yeshua died on the cross to demonstrate sacrificial love and to pay the price for our forgiveness."
In this teaching Asher shares on the baptism of the holy spirit in fire.