Click here: Learn about Daylight Diet; Divine Eating for Superior Health and Digestion

Get more Bible Videos at our website:

Support us:


Music by


13 thoughts on “Live Sabbath Message 8/11/18

  1. When a man saved by faith in YESHUA HAMASHIACH, and abides in him, Christ no longer calls him a sinner, he refers to his people as saints. 1 Cor.11:17-35
    a sinner and a saint are completely different: a sinner is someone who lives a sinful lifestyle and they practice sin. They take advantage of the Grace of GOD. Saints of GOD are people who strive to live righteous and holy so that they do not dishonor the sprinkling of the blood of JESUS CHRIST. Saint can and will fall short (sin), but we recognize when we sin, in our Spirit, we are grieved by sin and bring it before the LORD in repentance (godly grief for wrongdoing) saints strive for perfection which is to live a holy life as Christ commands us to and in our short comings, The LORD YESHUA is just to forgive. HE encourages us to continue to follow HIM and strengthens us in our Spirit to carry our cross. HE also at times carries us, in his love and faithfulness. Amen! Shabbat Shalom!

  2. I am humbled by this lesson. I joined in the very end so I had to go back And rewatch to receive the blessing of the teaching. Thank you for it. Please keep the Sabbath chats! It is your largest street corner!

  3. PREACH BROTHER PAUL, PREACH!!! WE NEED TO HEAR THIS!!! Super convicting… I need to praise and proclaim more and tell ppl my testimony more. :))))

  4. My daughter who is 8 said that’s what the devil said. I love her so much. Because of her is why I’m following Yeshua. We are going to start a channel to get the word out. Thanks to you. We love you and help us to get to where we need to be with Yahweh ether we want to hear it or not. It needs to be said: clothing, make up, heels, testifying, etc.

  5. Shalom Paul😊. So glad you are speaking like this!! Please continue!! Love to hear you explain the “fish” symbol. HalleluYAH and blessings to you and yours

  6. Yes saying we cannot judge others is very ignorant of Bible truth…. We are to judge all things but with righteous judgement…. The difference is, we cannot judge someone differently than the way we judge ourselves if we are committing the same sin we are judging them for….Romans 2:2 Therefore thou art inexcusable, O man, whosoever thou art that judgest: for wherein thou judgest another, thou condemnest thyself; for thou that judgest doest the same things.2 But we are sure that the judgment of God is according to truth against them which commit such things.
    3 And thinkest thou this, O man, that judgest them which do such things, and doest the same, that thou shalt escape the judgment of God?
    We must very careful though that we judge according to the Word not our own prejudices….
    Paul I really enjoy listening to you….

  7. Shabbat Shalom Brother Paul!
    I wold like to point out that there are MANY translational and interpretational issues within the Bible, including the most accurate English translation, the KJV.

    It is important to get the message of Yeshua, but it is also very important, especially in the days we are living in, to be able to properly and accurately interpret ALL of the contents of scripture.

    The message of Salvation is not all that is contained in the Bible.

    It is full of prophecy, understanding and direction, for the end times.

    The enemy uses different translations to change discrete things that will corrupt the overall meaning and / or interpretation.

    Have you looked in to the Catholic Bible? (For example, it indicates that Mary was born of a virgin and that her holiness ensues salvation.)

    It’s an extreme example, but quite sinister.

    Have wonderful remainder of Shabbat!

  8. So many Christians today think the law is invalid now.They think only the Jews need to obey them, just because of the new testament is for the Christian and Old testament is for the Jews.

Leave a reply

Restoring Hebrew Roots To Christians
CIF: 000000
215-25 Hollis Avenue, Suite 101
CP: 11429 Queens Village (U.S.A.)
Tel: (347) 395-4422

For Christians Seeking Knowledge Of Their Hebraic Roots…