A key element of replacement theology holds that the new “Christian Religion” was born on the “Pentecost” of Acts Chapter Two. In this program we de-bunk that myth by investigating what Pentecost was really all about. In the process we discuss the connection between Shavuot, Passover, Unleavened Bread, the Waiving of the Omer, the Counting of the Omer, the First Fruits Offering, the Giving of the Covenant at Sinai and the Renewed Covenant at Pentecost of Acts Two. Through this discussion we will find that the believers did not start a new religion on Pentecost. Instead we find that the Remnant of Faithful Israel were renewed in the Covenant as the Holy Nation of YHWH on that very special day! You will find this to be a very timely program which explains details of the real meaning of this season on the Torah Calendar.
The night before His death Y’shua the Messiah instituted a renewed covenant with a renewed Israel, represented by its tribal heads. That night He explained to those leaders how life under the Renewed Covenant would be very different from all that had come before. He told them about new endowments they would receive in the Renewed Covenant as well as setting out what was most important. His comments remind us of Jeremiah 31:34; “and they shall teach no more every man his neighbor, and every man his brother, saying, Know YHWH; for they shall all know me, from the least of them to the greatest of them.” That night He told His Talmidim how they could realize that prophetic promise to truly know God and what that would mean for them – and for us. Perhaps most important of all, He told them what they and we must do to Stay in the Renewed Covenant.