Skip to comments.Shabbat Night Live – December 14, 2012 (Michael Rood)
Posted on 12/16/2012 12:33:21 PM PST by Errant
Michael Rood broadcasts SNL (Sabbath Night Live) from Dallas Texas at the debut of his new book, The Chronological Gospels.
A former Christian minister and U.S. Marine, many of Michaels teachings come from his own life experiences. He seeks to teach the Hebrew Roots of the Christian faith, unsoiled, pure scripture without any added non-Biblical traditions or beliefs.
At approximately 1 hour and 39 minute minutes into the broadcast Michael explains the confusion in Matthew 1: the genealogy of Jesus the Messiah the son of David, the son of Abraham, and in Luke.
An accurate interpretation is required to support Matthews declaration:
1: 17 Thus there were fourteen generations in all from Abraham to David, fourteen from David to the exile to Babylon, and fourteen from the exile to the Messiah.
These verses in the book of Matthew relate to the Daniel 7 prophecy being fulfilled in Jesus.
(Excerpt) Read more at aroodawakening.tv ...
A Karaite and a disgrace to the messianic Hebrew Roots movement.
That said, listen beginning about the 1 hour and 39 minute mark concerning new evidence to Christ's genealogy in the books of Matthew and Luke. It's pretty convincing, weather from a "Karaite/disgrace to the messianic Hebrew Roots movement" (your opinion - not that of others) or not.
Btw, lookup Karaites. Michael Rood ain’t one by any stretch...
Keep digging, you’ll eventually figure it out. I don’t have the time to waste.
And no he’s not a rabbi.
No doubt Rood would agree with you on that! And you would know that if you knew anything about Rood or his Rood Awakening Ministry. Obviously you don't, as you've shown twice now.
His background is from The Way International.
Rood is neither associated with the Karaites shalom b'SHEM Yah'shua HaMashiach
nor the Messianic movement.
His background is from The Way International.
He left that organization when he realized what they were about, as he explains in the video available at his about page (it is lengthy however):
Thank you for helping to clear up the other!
Brian: I am NOT the Messiah!
Arthur: I say you are Lord, and I should know, I’ve followed a few!
I don't know who maintains that site, or who led you to it, but they don't know what they're talking about.
A Karaite Jew does not believe Jesus to be the Messiah and rejects later additions to the Tanach (Jewish Bible) such as the Rabbinic Oral Law.
Likewise, Rabbis of the Jewish Rabbinic faith do not believe Jesus to be the Messaih.
Michael Rood whole heartily believes Jesus/Yeshua to be the one true son of God and the Messiah as foretold by the Hebrew prophets. He actually has a distain for the use of the word Rabbi.
There is the Messianic Jewish faith that at least shares the common belief with Rood in Jesus as Messiah, but Rood differs with this belief in many other teachings.
So see, Rood is neither a Karaite or a Rabbi. He is a follower of what is being termed the Jewish Roots movement. You really should spend a little time learning more from the source and/or reliable sites, before making these outrageously untrue statements.
And Michael Rood has light...
Zechariah's Thermonuclear War
A must read...
Interestingly, the Nazis told the Karaites they weren't Jews, and thus were exempted from certain fates the Jews suffered.
And what calendar do you follow?
And how many more times will the doomsday deadline predicted by Rood pass?
Don't get me wrong -- I don't have an issue with many, or probably even most, of his views -- view that are common in the messianic Hebrew roots movement. But Rood goes far, far beyond that, portraying himself as a -- dare I say it? -- prophet.
That is a new and different way of viewing scripture.shalom b'SHEM Yah'shua HaMashiach
All within the metaphor.
Since he is not a Christian, he is not a part of the Hebrew Roots movement.
Gordon is a linguist, a translator and a top notch scholar.
Indeed! Thank you for posting. He has some of this in one of his video presentations. This written version is much better, as you have time to ponder the information presented.
It looks like he wrote this soon after 911, now over decade ago! I can see he was thinking that an invasion of Iraq might lead to Iraq launching a nuclear attack against Israel; we didnt know at the time if Iraq had nuclear weapons are not. As it turned out, they did hit Israel with a number of missiles, conventionally armed.
His revelation that the word commonly translated as woman in Zechariah, instead really means fire or fire offering was truly an inspiration from somewhere. It appears Zechariah, perhaps saw a vision of great weapon used against Israel. This may relate to the verse in Revelation which says, 6:4And there went out another horse that was red: and power was given to him that sat thereon to take peace from the earth, and that they should kill one another: and there was given unto him a great sword.
IMO, the term red horse as used in Revelation refers to Persia or nowadays, Iran. It occupies part of the historic land of Shinar (mentioned in Zechariah) that makes up the Southwest area of the country bordering both Iraq and the Persian Gulf. Of course, similar to Rood a decade ago, my thinking is directed toward areas of possible threat to Israel. So we shall see.
No matter, Israel, based on scripture, could very well be attacked with unconventional weapons and therein suffer massive casualties, until God himself intervenes.