Hebrew Voices #65 – Saving Faith

Hebrew Voices - Saving Faith with Nehemia Gordon and Dr. Mark AndrewsIn this episode of Hebrew Voices, Saving Faith, Nehemia Gordon talks with medical doctor and theologian Dr. Mark Andrews, who shares the incredible story of the message he received from God while cycling through a New Mexico cornfield, a message which ended up changing both his life and Nehemia’s. Find out how "Rabbi Google" is destroying people's faith and why a Karaite Jew "shared the gospel" with a lifelong Christian.

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Verses Mentioned:
Hosea 11:1
2 Chronicles 25:2
Isaiah 53
Luke 24

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15 thoughts on “Hebrew Voices #65 – Saving Faith

  1. Ahhh… blessings received once again because of listening to your podcast…

    Thank you, Nehemia for, as Dr. Mark put it… your constant search for God’s Truth and your willingness to share what you learn.

    I thank Yehovah for bringing you and those you bring into this site, to cross my path in life so that I may continue to learn and grow in my search for Yehovah’s Truth.

    Blessings and Shalom

  2. Nechemia, I honestly believe you have a special anointing to bring the truth of unity to the sorely divided tribes of Israel. Your ponderings about Israel you admitted is a mystery of God’s plan is that the Scandinavians, the horrible heathens you mentioned converting to Christianity, are Israelites. So are the Angles and the Saxons, and even the Greeks and Romans were Israelites. For millennia the scattered tribes of Israel were loathe to admit they were remotely related to the Jews. Likewise the Jews were adept at inventing explanations for why their persecutors were not Israelites. To expand your understanding of God’s plan, you need to accept that the Europeans ARE the “lost tribes”. I promise it will all start to make sense.

    • I agree. This is why Yeshua said, “I am sent to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.” and “My sheep hear My voice.”

      • When Yeshua referred to the “lost sheep of Israel” he was not referring to the scattered 10 tribes, but to the Israelites who were currently living in the land because they had strayed from their true shepherd.

        By turning aside and obeying the commandments of men instead of the commandments of their Heavenly Father Yehovah the Holy One of Israel.

        “My people have become lost sheep; Their shepherds have led them astray. They have made them turn aside on the mountains; They have gone along from mountain to hill and have forgotten their resting place. (Jeremiah 50:6)

        “I have gone astray like a lost sheep; seek Your servant, For I do not forget Your commandments.” (Psalm 119:176)

  3. so if yeshua is messiah and you thought it possible for him to return to complete prophesy, could this be tied into the second coming described in revelation?

  4. Nehemiah, clearly Yah’s hand is on you and your life. As I told you in person when we spoke in Huntington, WV, YOU ARE DOING WHAT YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO DO. The people who are pressuring you to recognize Yeshua as Messiah need to have faith in Yah’s plan for you. The plan you described in this episode further confirms the two scriptures that I quoted to you in Huntington: Matthew 15:24 “But He (Yeshua) answered and said, I am not sent EXCEPT to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.” and John 10:27 “My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me.” YES, YESHUA HAS MADE YHVH KNOWN TO THE WORLD!!! PRAISE YAH!!! I love your enthusiasm, and I hope to see you again soon in person. Yah bless you and keep you.

  5. Thank you both for addressing exactly what is in my heart. I would not be in this beautiful joy full place if it were not for your work Nehemia. I listen to you and Keith every day. Yehovah is moving through people today and I can see it in their eyes when I tell them what I feel. When they say “ME TOO” I tell them about your web site and Keith Johnson and Michael Rood. Thank you thank you thank you!!

  6. This was very interesting. I’ve often thought how YeHoVaH spread his TaNahK by the sect of Jesus. This is a good aspect. Nehemiah, FYI the subtitle in the video is not correct. The subtitle needs to be fixed. There are incorrect words. Thanks for posting this.

  7. I don’t understand….. According to the conversation on the road to Emmaus, it is not a favorable position to be ignorant of the truth. In fact, those guys were criticized by Yeshua as being slow and foolish to believe the prophets. Should we use this story to prove our own ignorance and skip over the fact that that ignorance is not favorable or acceptable? … Especially when the Son of God rebukes our ignorance of the very scriptures we claim to study and follow?

    Perhaps instead we ought to go to the Father admitting our plight as the same plight of those guys on the road to Emmaus yet unwilling to settle for being slow and foolish in the eyes of Messiah or YHVH. Perhaps that kind of humility will cure our foolishness and stiff-necked approach to the very scriptures that claim our Messiah would do the very things Yeshua did.

    Don’t forget, Messiah’s rebukes and name-calling throughout the NT are not a “religious spirit” but a demand of surrender. If some of our brethren walk in those footsteps following that example, it is also not a religious spirit but an insistence of humility in approaching the Creator, not willing to let others ignore or be ambivalent to His word. That kind of rebuke is more of a gift than anything else.

    • I believe you miss the point you would expect them meaning the followers to have a better understanding of Yeshua since they knew him intimately, they ate with him they traveled together as their teacher, plus after peter revealing his identity as to who he was, still they had trouble understanding what his mission was …so it would make sense for Yeshua to call them slow and foolish..they had the advantage that no others had. So you would of expected them to believe Yeshua’s word’s to them before he died. That’s is the reason he calls them those words…so what does he do he opens the scriptures to them so they can get a full sense of his mission. And not like Paul who did not know Yeshua, ever saw him, but yet was an educated Jew knowing the Hebrew scriptures did not understand, it took a revelation of Yeshua for him to see to get it. Remember the words of John 6:44 where Yeshua says it plainly: NO ONE CAN COME TO ME UNLESS THE FATHER WHO SENT ME DRAWS THEM…

      • yes, I agree. So claiming that the Father and I have a covenant relationship yet all the while being “slow” and “foolish” by missing what the text is telling me, is actually revealing that I don’t really have a covenant relationship with the Father, right? In other words, you said it just like Yeshua said it, “no one comes unless drawn.” Therefore we’re kidding ourselves that we are drawn and in covenant all while ignoring what the prophets say.

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