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The Restoration

When Messiah comes, he will restore the Kingdom of God (Kingdom of David) to its glory. That restoration includes four things:

1. He will restore the Land

2. He will restore all twelve tribes back into the Land

3. He will restore the Temple

4. He will restore peace by defeating Israel's enemies.

Join us in this study of the Restoration by understanding the book of Numbers, or in Hebrew: B'Midbar "In the Wilderness".

Torah Portions:

1) B'Midbar "In The Wilderness" Numbers 1:1-4:20 

During the book of numbers, the people of Israel are in the wilderness of the desert. In the End of Days, all twelve tribes of Israel will be brought out of the "wilderness" of the nations to be gathered in the "wilderness" of the 2nd Exodus. In this first teaching, we look at the prophetic meanings behind the names of the clan leaders, and their position around the Tabernacle, 

2) Naso "Take" Numbers 4:21-7:89 

We continue to study the progression of events in the book of B'Midbar, including the significance of tzararat (leprousy), the cup of bitterness given to the woman suspected of adultery, the Nazarite vow and the Aaronic Blessing. All of these events can be tied to the ministry of Yeshua.

3)  B'ha'alotkha "When you set up" Numbers 8:1-12:167

This teaching covers the setting up of the menorah, and the significance of the Silver Trumpets. We also look at the quail sent by Adonai to those who were "greedy" for meat. 

4) Shlach L'kha "Send on your behalf" Numbers 13:1-15:41

The story of the the twelve spies who are sent into the Land is a familiar story. We will study the meaning of the names of the twelve spies, and see how they are connected to the 144,000 of Revelation 7. They may give us an important clue as to the sequence of events that happen in the coming of Messiah!

5) Korach "Korah" Numbers 16:1-18:32 

Most people are familiar with the story of the rebellion of Korah, Nadab, and Abihu. In this two-part teaching, we take it to the next level. Topics include the danger of "Encroachment" on the office of the Priesthood;  the prophetic meaning of the the names of the rebels; the hidden link between the earthquake that swallowed up Korah with the earthquake of Revelation 6 and the 144,000 of chapter 7; and the possible connection to Aaron's rod that budded with the sign of the Woman of Revelation 12 that is occurring in the sky in September 2017.

6) Hukkat "Regulation" Numbers 19:1-22:1

Join us as we study the prophetic meaning of the Red Heifer and how it is connected to the story of Yeshua healing the woman who had an issue of blood for 12 years; and the story of the resurrection of the 12-year-old daughter of Jairus. We also study the meaning behind the death of Miriam, Moses and Aaron striking the rock to bring water, and the bronze serpent lifted up in the Wilderness.

7) Balak "Destroyer" Numbers 20:2-25:9

Balak (the Destroyer)  hires Balaam (the Sorcerer) to curse the people of Israel. In this story, we study the prophetic meaning of the donkey that saves Balaam from death, the four prophecies that Balaam speaks over the people of Israel, and the story of Pinchas, who judges the people joining themselves to Midianite and Moabite women. We can see shadows of the Messiah in these stories, and the importance of our role to be obedient to Him.

8) Pinchas "The Priest of War" Numbers 25:9-29:40

 In this two-part teaching we first study Pinchas as the Priest of War, and compare him with Yeshua, Command of Heaven's Armies. The second teaching covers the gathering of an end-time army, the redemption of "Joseph" from the gentile nations by studying the daughters of Zelophehad, and the importance of re-establishing the Feasts.

9) Mattot "Tribes" Numbers 30:2-32:42

 After all the Twelve Tribes have been gathered in the 2nd Exodus, all the people will have to be "judged" or divided to determine whether or not we are willing to be a part of the Kingdom of Israel. In this lesson we will learn the prophetic meaning of "vows", the battle with the Five Kings of Midyan, and the Place of Safety in the Wilderness during the time of Tribulation.

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