Virtual 2021 Passover Celebration

Hi there,

You are invited to a Zoom meeting.
When: Mar 27, 2021 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUuf–oqDgqE9CDaEJnVSJ4WoLAmrBmYL5q

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Join us for a Zoom virtual Passover Celebration with Commissioned Ministries. It doesn’t matter if you’ve never celebrated before and you don’t have to practice Judaism to observe this holiday. If this is your first time and you would like to celebrate but would like to learn more first, follow the link to the how to page for more information. Then make sure to pre-register to celebrate with us.

Celebrating Passover: How & Why

Passover begins at at sundown or 6:00 p.m. Saturday, March 27, 2021. Commissioned Ministries is blessed to provide you with a step-by-step how to guide (PDF guide) with a video companion on how and why to celebrate Passover. If you have questions or would like to be included in our Zoom Passover Observation, please contact us at cmchurchtx@gmail.com

Continue reading “Celebrating Passover: How & Why”

You Have a Greater Need

CM Online Weekly Fellowship, 1/3/2021, Pastor J.

John 6:26–27 (NLT): 26 Jesus replied, “I tell you the truth, you want to be with me because I fed you, not because you understood the miraculous signs. 27 But don’t be so concerned about perishable things like food. Spend your energy seeking the eternal life that the Son of Man can give you. For God the Father has given me the seal of his approval.”

The Year of Vision: Proverbs 29:18

CM Weekly Fellowship, 2/2/20, Pastor J. Banbury

 Dabar is a literary term that is associated with “dreams,” “visions,” or other mysterious forms of divine encounter.  In the text, dabar was an indicator to the reader of the ways that God was at work ruling and reigning in the world.  By comparison, mention of dreams vision angels or other heavenly manifestations within the biblical texts, without actual references to dabar, still served as cues the Hebraic reader to infer God’s visitation and activity by means of His dabar.

The Lost and Forgotten Gospel of the Kingdom : A Hebraic Perspective by Steven Service

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