Yeshua’s Marriage Covenant with His people
Huby, North Yorkshire: 6 DVDs
Relationships within the Body of Messiah and how we treat each other
This message was presented over a residential weekend in North Yorkshire, which gave Eddie time to develop his theme to incorporate some rich teaching relevant to our day.
At Mount Sinai there was a marriage (Jeremiah 2:1-3) between Yeshua the Bridegroom (Isaiah 54:5, Revelation 19:7-8) and the Bride who was the house of Jacob (Exodus 19:3). The marriage offer of the Bridegroom was to follow His Torah (Exodus 19:5-6). The house of Jacob agreed to do so (Exodus 19:8) but then broke the marriage covenant by worshipping the golden calf (Exodus 32:4-8). When Yeshua died on the tree, His shed blood paid the price for the sin of His adulterous Bride (Romans 3:24-25, Colossians 1:14). Yeshua laying down His life to redeem His Bride is the greatest love of all. The Torah is summed up in loving YHWH with all our heart and loving our neighbour as ourself. It is therefore important not only to have a relationship with the Almighty but it matters how we treat one another.