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You can find more inspirational Teachings and download our free EBooks on our ministry Website @ arthurbaileyministries.com Please follow us on: · Facebook @ House of Israel - Arthur Bailey Ministries· On Instagram @ ApostleArthurBailey· On Twitter – @ApostleBaileyAlso, please subscribe to our YouTube Page @ ApostleArthurBailey1If you are in the Charlotte area, please come and fellowship with us. We will do our best to make you feel at home. Our address is:Arthur Bailey Ministries Internatio ...
 
Yeshua, before He ascended gave His followers these instructions known as “The Great Commission” found in Matthew 28:19-20... (19)“Therefore, go and make people from all nations into disciples, immersing them into the reality of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, (20) and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. And remember! I will be with you always, yes, even until the end of the age.” Just as all living organisms in the Kingdom of God reproduce after their kind, ...
 
Arthur Scott Bailey (1877 – 1949) was author of more than forty children's books. He was born on November 15, 1877, in St. Albans, Vermont, United States, the second child of Winfield Scott Bailey and Harriet Sarah Goodhue. THERE was great excitement in the neighborhood of Farmer Green's house. Rusty Wren had found some strange tracks. And nobody knew whose they were. Now, when they were puzzled like that the field- and forest-folk usually went straight to Mr. Crow for advice. But this time ...
 
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At the time of John Chapter 2, Yeshua had five Disciples following Him that attended the wedding in Cana where Yeshua turned the water into wine. Through this event, we can see clearly how Yeshua taught in two ways. He taught by what He said, and by what He did. John writes that this first miracle manifested Yeshua’s glory and His Disciples believe…
 
After two years of famine, with five more years to go, Joseph convinces his brothers to bring Israel and all his family to Egypt. Upon their arrival in Egypt, Joseph prepares his father, Israel, and several of his brothers to meet with Pharaoh. Joseph meticulously instructs them how to answer Pharaoh’s questions. Their responses to Pharaoh are a pa…
 
In the context of this passage, when John the Baptist says, “Behold the Lamb who takes away the sins of the world”; John is speaking of Messiah as our atoning sacrifice. Passover was not a sacrifice for sin; the sacrifice for sin was Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. As our High Priest, after His crucifixion, Yeshua presented His own blood in the T…
 
After a couple of trips to Egypt to purchase food and return to the land of Canaan, Israel was informed by his sons that Joseph was not only alive, but was lord of Egypt, and had extended to him and all his household an invitation to come to Egypt. This pilgrimage of Israel and all his children going to Egypt would set the stage for the development…
 
Apostle John was a disciple of Yeshua, and he was an eyewitness to the things that occurred with Yeshua. Apostle John also writes about some of the things that took place with John the Immerser/Baptist. John the Immerser was ministering to people who had knowledge of the coming Messiah. Last week we talked about The Messiah, Elijah, and that Prophe…
 
Loaded down with as much food as they could carry, the sons of Israel departed from Egypt, headed back to the land of Canaan, only to be apprehended for theft by the servant of Joseph. The stage has been set as the plan of Joseph comes into full view. The brothers are gripped with fear not knowing what is about to happen. Joseph then reveals himsel…
 
In this portion of the Teaching, the Apostle John presents the testimony of John the Baptist. John the Baptist speaks of Messiah, in the flesh, revealing the Almighty through Himself. John the Baptist is calling the Israelites to repentance because the Torah is not being taught by the religious leaders. They're teaching the traditions of the Elders…
 
After a successful second journey to Egypt, with Benjamin in tow, to secure grain for their father and families to keep them from perishing, the sons of Israel are about to face their greatest challenge. Benjamin’s role in YeHoVaH’s plan to bring salvation to the tribes of Israel and begin the process of developing Israel as a nation according to a…
 
John sends a clear message in his opening remark, “In the Beginning, Yeshua was There.” In this teaching, we will explore John's understanding and perception of who Messiah was and is. He establishes the Oneness of YeHoVaH and the deity of Messiah in the same statement. Yeshua was with YeHoVaH from the very beginning and that nothing was made that …
 
After consuming the grain, they had received from Egypt, the sons of Israel must return to Egypt for more grain to keep from perishing. Israel’s sons convince him to let Benjamin go with them or they would not return to Egypt. In this episode, Arthur explains how Benjamin, Joseph’s brother, becomes a critical piece of the puzzle of YeHoVaH’s plan t…
 
The opening statement of John’s Gospel establishes the oneness of YeHoVaH and the deity of Messiah in the same statement. In addition to discussing these facts, we will answer four questions. 1. Who wrote The Gospel of John? 2. When was The Gospel of John written? 3. To Whom was The Gospel of John written? 4. Why was The Gospel of John written?…
 
During the famine of Israel’s days, YeHoVaH prepares the way for the preservation of the Children of Israel by giving Joseph a series of dreams. YeHoVaH then sends Joseph to Egypt, ahead of his brothers, setting the stage for the fulfillment of Joseph’s dream of reigning over and having dominion over his brothers as The Lord of the Land. Don’t miss…
 
The sins of the world made it impossible for there to be righteous fellowship between YeHoVaH and His creation. Redemption was about much more than simply saving man from his sins. Mankind had lost its way with no hope and no way to return to YeHoVaH in righteousness and fellowship with the Creator. YeHoVaH’s plan to redeem man and His creation pro…
 
Abraham, the first person referred to as a Hebrew in Scripture, was given the promise to become the father of many nations. Abraham never became a nation. However, through Abraham’s son Isaac, and then Isaac’s son Jacob (whose name was changed to Israel by YeHoVaH), the promise given to Abraham takes shape. Long before the sons of Israel became the…
 
YeHoVaH demonstrated His Mighty Power in Yeshua’s life from the announcement of His birth, His early life in Egypt and Nazareth, protecting Him throughout His earthly Ministry, to the epic showdown between the Savior on the cross and satan which was on full display for the whole world to see. The worldly powers of King Herod, Pontius Pilate, the Hi…
 
Egypt has played a pivotal role in the lives of the Hebrew people since the days of Abraham, the Hebrew. Two years after Joseph, the Hebrew, is given the interpretation of the Baker and the Butler’s dreams, YeHoVaH sets the stage for fulfilling the dreams He had given to Joseph as a young boy in his father’s house. Tune in, as Arthur examines the w…
 
The epic showdown between the Savior and satan that began at the birth of Yeshua comes into clearer focus in the closing Chapters of Matthew. When Yeshua was a toddler, satan used King Herod, who committed mass murder, hoping to have Yeshua murdered. This caused His parents to flee to Egypt for His protection. At the beginning of Yeshua’s earthly M…
 
Joseph’s saga and journey continued in prison, as the favor of the Most High elevated him above all of the prisoners. Although Joseph could not see the full plan of his being unjustly imprisoned, it is evident to him that YeHoVaH was with him from the moment he was given dreams, and the trouble those dreams caused him. Arthur explores how Joseph’s …
 
Yeshua’s illegitimate facade of a trial, at the hands of the religious leaders, concluded with a guilty verdict. The Lamb of God, who came to take away the sins of the world, had been convicted of crimes He did not commit and was condemned to death for blasphemy. The flagrant display of lawlessness, abuse of authority, and inhumane treatment agains…
 
After Joseph was sold by his brothers into slavery, Joseph is sold by some descendants of Abraham to a high-ranking official in Egypt. In this Podcast, Arthur focuses on the various incidents that lead to Joseph’s trouble and investigates the Favor that continuously manifests in Joseph’s life. Arthur also explores the cause of Joseph’s favor and sh…
 
In the teaching, The Prophet and The Word on Trial, we witnessed the flagrant display of lawlessness, abuse of authority, and inhumane treatment against the Lamb of God who came to take away the sins of the world. All of the abuse levied toward Yeshua during an illegitimate facade of a trial was at the hands of the religious leaders who were suppos…
 
In this Podcast, Arthur focuses on Israel’s son Judah, his marriage to a Canaanite woman, and the promise Judah made to his daughter-in-law that would later be recognized in the Torah given by YeHoVaH in Deuteronomy 25:5-10. Ultimately, Judah does not keep his promise and his daughter-in-law concocts a death-defying plan that exposes Judah’s heart …
 
Yeshua and His disciples had crossed over the Kidron Valley into the Garden of Gethsemane after they had finished all the events that occurred at the Last Supper. Yeshua was deeply troubled about the events that were about to unfold and sought a quiet place in the Garden where He would agonize in prayer for three solid hours.    It was while they w…
 
The plan concocted by the sons of Israel was to kill Joseph and then lie to their father. On the surface, it seems all of the brothers were in on the plan. However, if we listen to the rest of the story, we find they were not all on the same page. Joseph is sold to a caravan of traders, Ishmaelites and Midianites, on their way to Egypt. The Ishmael…
 
Last week in Part 2 of The Last Supper and Passover, we investigated further the conversation, dialogue, and language of the Gospel narrative of Matthew and compared statements made in the Gospel narrative of John to help determine and answer that very important question of whether the last supper Yeshua ate with His disciples was the Passover meal…
 
This podcast looks at sibling rivalry as played out in the household of Israel. Genesis 37:3-4 Now Israel loved Joseph more than all his children, because he was the son of his old age: and he made him a coat of many colours. And when his brethren saw that their father loved him more than all his brethren, they hated him, and could not speak peacea…
 
In Part 1 of The Last Supper and Passover, the question was asked if the Last Supper Yeshua ate with His disciples on the night He was betrayed, was the Passover meal commanded by the Torah or was it just that, Yeshua’s last supper with His disciples? We identified and addressed the confusion surrounding the event of Yeshua’s last supper with His d…
 
This portion of Scripture implies that Esau and Israel lived in proximity to each other. As we studied last week, they were in communication with each other because they came together to bury their father, Isaac. Many of the radical sects of the Black Hebrew Israelite groups identify Caucasians or White people as Edomites and much of what they have…
 
Was the Last Supper Yeshua ate with His disciples on the night He was betrayed, the Passover meal commanded by the Torah or was it just that, Yeshua’s Last Supper with His disciples? Many people today seem to be confused about this event. As a result of their confusion, they argue, debate, and perpetuate their confusions causing babes in the faith …
 
After Israel left Bethel, Rachael went into labor. She brought forth a son, but she died in the process. She named her son Benoni, but Israel called him Benjamin. Rachel was buried in the way to Ephrath which is called Bethlehem. As the firstborn, Ruben would have inherited his father’s possessions, but by sleeping with his father’s concubine, whil…
 
The last thing Yeshua discussed with His disciples, while with them on the Mt of Olives before returning to Jerusalem, was concerning His return. Throughout His discourses with His disciples, Yeshua gave them glimpses of events surrounding His Second Coming. Yeshua spoke to them in parables and gave them the understandings of their meanings to prep…
 
In the mist of the trouble caused by Simeon and Levi, Israel is concerned about the people around him in the land coming against him and his house. Father instructs Israel to go to Bethel where Israel initially met Elohim as he was running from his brother Esau. Once again Israel’s fears were unfounded as the Bible says the terror of God was upon t…
 
Alone with His disciples on the Mount of Olives, Yeshua begins to share the events surrounding His Second Coming. His disciples had asked Him to tell them, when shall these things be? What shall be the sign of Thy coming, and of the end of the world? The questions they asked Him were in response to the teachings He had done and His remarks about th…
 
In this passage, Dinah, the daughter of Leah and Israel, goes on an adventure and is discovered by the son of the king who according to this passage had sexual relations with her. He was accused of defiling her, but because of his honor, he wanted to marry her. He was willing to do whatever her family requested or pay whatever they asked. Listen to…
 
Yeshua spent the final days of His earthly ministry with His disciples alone on the Mount of Olives preparing them for His death that would take place in two days. Prior to leaving the Temple Courts, His disciples had asked Him to tell them, when shall these things be? What shall be the sign of Thy coming, and of the end of the world? The questions…
 
Israel cared for all of his family, however his selection of how he aligned them in preparation to meet Esau showed his preferences toward them. Remember, Israel was afraid of Esau, “Deliver me, I pray thee, from the hand of my brother, from the hand of Esau: for I fear him, lest he will come and smite me, and the mother with the children.” Israel …
 
While leaving the Temple, Yeshua’s disciples pointed out the beauty and elegance of the Temple. In His response to them, Yeshua said, "...See ye not all these things? verily I say unto you, There shall not be left here one stone upon another, that shall not be thrown down” When they arrived at the Mount of Olives, while sitting alone with Yeshua, H…
 
There are several lessons we can learn from the life of Israel or Jacob as we look at what Father has done and said. Men, even to this day, tend to ignore YeHoVaH’s Words and therefore the lessons they contain. People have referred to Jacob as a deceiver, but as the Scriptures revealed, it was Esau who referred to him as a deceiver. Jacob acquired …
 
Messiah Yeshua’s earthly Ministry set the record straight concerning the preeminence of YeHoVaH’s Word in the earth in the lives of the people of Israel and the people of the world. From the very beginning of the New Testament writings, John the Baptist proclaimed Messiah’s coming and Yeshua made clear He did not come to do away with the Law or the…
 
Isaac was still alive when Jacob returns to the land. Remember: Jacob had obtained the birthright, but had not taken possession of any of his father’s possessions. The last thing Jacob knew about Esau was that his mother said Esau was planning to kill him. So, Jacob sends messengers ahead of his arrival to inform Esau that he was already very wealt…
 
Messiah Yeshua’s earthly ministry set the record straight concerning the preeminence of YeHoVaH’s Word in the earth in the lives of the people of Israel and the people of the world. From the very beginning of the New Testament writings, John the Baptist proclaimed Messiah’s coming and Yeshua made clear He did not come to do away with the Law or the…
 
Last week in the first part of Chapter 31, YeHoVaH calls Jacob out from amongst his kindred in Haran to return to his kindred in Canaan. On the third day after Jacob had fled from Laban and taken his wives, children, all of his livestock and possessions, Laban was told that Jacob had fled. Laban pursued Jacob for seven days. Laban shows his intent …
 
Acting is the art or practice of representing a character on a stage or before cameras. The role of the actor is to convince the audience or on-looker that they are the actual character they are representing. Merriam Webster’s definition of actor is: 1: one that acts: DOER – one that takes an active part 2a: one who acts in a play, movie, televisio…
 
In this teaching, Jacob receives instructions to leave and return to the land of his fathers, Isaac and Abraham. Jacob heard the conversations of Laban’s sons and see the countenance of Laban that is now very different than before. Jacob discerned that his welcome has worn thin. Laban realized he had been out witted, not by Jacob but by YeHoVaH. El…
 
Yeshua concluded His series of parables about the Kingdom of God, which exposed the hypocrisy and wickedness of the Chief Priests, elders of the people, Pharisees, and Herodians, only to be confronted with questions from the Sadducees that exposed their lack of knowledge and understanding of the Scriptures. The Chief Priests, elders of the people, …
 
YeHoVaH has no problem prospering those who pursue Him. He made Abraham rich; He prospered Isaac during a time of famine; and He prospered Jacob under the harsh treatment from Laban. The passage we are about to study highlights several Scriptural truths about wealth. Jacob has fathered 12 children, 11 boys and 1 girl by his wives and concubines, an…
 
In a series of parables about the Kingdom of God, Yeshua speaks to the Chief Priests, elders of the people, Pharisees, and Herodians on a variety of topics about a father and his sons; obedience and disobedience; John the Baptist; prostitutes; tax collectors; and then, a land owner and tenants. The evil and wickedness of the people led Yeshua to sp…
 
In this Podcast, we will learn the 3 C’s of Haran: Customs, Culture, and Contracts or Covenants. These customs set the foundation for the birth of a nation and the 12 tribes of Jacob or Israel. Leah not only was the first, but the older sister of Rachel. Jacob never wanted Leah, but was bound by custom to take her as a wife. Jacob loved Rachael, an…
 
Yeshua’s interactions with His disciples, discourses with the Chief Priests and the elders of the people, and the parable of the man and his sons revealed some powerful and dynamic lessons on faith, fear, and the way of righteousness taught by Messiah Yeshua. Yeshua revealed that the Kingdom, He came to bring, was first offered to the Children of I…
 
Jacob did not understand the culture, customs, and nature of Contracts or Covenants in Haran. From his entrance into the region Jacob was introduced to a different way of life, but maintained his way of doing things. Jacob makes a covenant or verbal contractual agreement with Laban not fully understanding the firstborn sister marriage-first custom.…
 
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