Our reading in program 3 shows clearly the difference between what the Scriptures tell us of the relationship between Father God and His Son Yeshua and what Christianity teaches about that relationship. The forms of angelic life and the nature of angelic authority is also explained.
In this program we are given an understanding of the Father-Son relationship of the God Family. We learn a little about the pre-creation family and how Yeshua is the model and source of son-ship.
Holy Order Restored by Eliyahu ben David gives the story of creation from before our world was created right up to our present day. It explains what God’s will was and still is for His creation and how sin and iniquity changed that perfect plan. This book tells us who we were created to be and what the rewards are for restoring His order to the earth.
This first program tells us about the dream, vision, and call that was given to Eliyahu by Yahweh in 1981. He was shown what this world system looks like from Yah’s perspective. We also learn the condition of God’s people now.
Starting in 2006, Tsiyon has produced weekly high-quality Bible-study materials. With so many excellent resouces available folks sometimes ask, “How can I find things at this website?” Here are a number of website features to explore which can help with site navigation:
Blog Format. New material is published in “blog format.” Blogs place the newest content at the top of the main page. When visiting www.tsiyon.org the newest content will be on the first page.
- Page Navigation. There are page numbers located at the bottom of the page. The first box indicates the page currently being viewed and the total number of pages available. In the illustration below, Page 1 is displayed of 79 total pages. Click on “Last>>” to go directly to the first materials produced. Clicking on the other boxes, will take you to that numbered page.
ARCHIVES (month-year drop-down menu). This feature is located in the left-hand side bar, under the Tsiyon Road radio player. It is entitled “ARCHIVES” and includes a drop-down menu. A drop-down menu gives you additional choices, which at first are not visible, once it is clicked. To access the drop-down menu, click on the down arrow next to the “Select Month” box, as shown below.The drop-down menu choices will appear. You can scroll up or down within the drop-down menu by clicking on the bar on the right-hand side of the drop-down menu. Clicking on any of the dates displayed, will take you to the materials originally produced in that specific month, such as “May, 2012″ as shown below.
CATEGORIES. This feature is also located in the left-hand side bar, under the Tsiyon Road player. The “Categories” show each of the main Categories. Click the “On The Road To Tsiyon” text to see a display of all the On The Road programs. The arrow next to each category or subcategory also functions as a drop-down menu. Click on the arrow next to ”EbD bet Midrash” and the various midrash subcategories display, as shown below. You can do likewise for all of the other categories and subcategories listed.
Menu Tabs. An additional method of navigating the website involves using the menu “Tabs” at the top of the page. Exploring these tabs will provide a wide variety of information including information about the Tsiyon mission, what Messianic means, how to listen to Tsiyon Road radio, the radio station schedule, information about the various programs available and the people who produce them. Click on the “Mail Us” tab to contact us if you need additional help in finding specific resources.
Today, many websites have additional features available once you ”login.” The process of logging in generally requires a website specific Username and Password. It can be hard to remember all of the usernames and passwords to your favorite websites. If you cannot remember your login info, you won’t be able to access the great additional features and you may even get security error messages locking you out of your favorite websites.
Thankfully, there are a number of great software solutions to avoid these problems. Most web-browsing software already include a feature to remember your login info. For more information on your specific web-browsing software’s ability to do this, read the “Help” menu of your web browsing software. If you use a public computer or a computer which belongs to someone else, you can obtain a “portable app” or portible application to help remember your login info. There are a number of password management software programs to help you remember all of your log in information. As you visit different websites the password management software will remember and enter the correct login information for you. Each of the different password management programs work a little differently so it is worthwhile to read about the one you choose to learn how it works. The time you spend finding and learning your new password management software will no doubt save you a lot of hassles in the future.