Aaron was the High Priest who ministered before the Ark Of The Covenant. What did Moses' Ark Of Covenant symbolize? It was designed to be a symbol of the presence of Elohiym in the midst of His people, Rev 21:3.
As of today, Aaron is no longer the High Priest of the Covenant. YAHUSHA is the High Priest of our Covenant, Heb 4:14-15. And the Elect are symbolized as His Ark Of Covenant. A greater understanding of this is realized when you consider the following discussion:
Inside of Moses Tabernacle (the Holy of Holies) was the Ark Of Covenant, overlaid round about with gold, wherein was the golden pot that had Manna, and Aaron's Rod that budded, and the Tables of the covenant (Commandments).
Just as Moses' physical Ark contained the above items, the Elect also carry the same items on their physical body:
1. We eat of the hidden Manna, Rev 2:17.
2. We have a Rod (just like Aaron), to rule the nations, Rev 2:26-27.
3. The Commandments (Laws) are written on our heart, Heb 10:16.
Therefore, the Elect, who have and carry the presence of the Most High in their midst, have been called to Awaken many from spiritual slumber, to Restore them to the Truth of the Word, which will Konnect them to YAHUSHA our Messiah.
Elder Yahchanina has known from the tender age of 9 that she was given the gift of dreams and foresight by our Heavenly Father. It was at this age that she gave her life to Yahuah and was baptized. However, she was not persuaded to answer the call of ministry until many years later.
In her twenty’s, she finished her Undergraduate Degree in Business. She continued her education to become a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. Through a series of supernatural events she met her husband, her soul mate. Two years after she was married, the unction to draw closer and seek more after Yahuah became stronger and could not be ignored. Therefore, she spent many years in praying, reading and meditating on the scriptures to gain an in-depth understanding of the bible. After being soaked in the Word of Yahuah , she realized it was time for her to share the good news.
She started a Children’s Ministry in California from 2002 – 2004. In the year 2004, she relocated to Arizona where she felt led to shift from Children’s Ministry to Adult Ministry. Therefore she attended and graduated from Jerry Savelle’s School of Ministry. She continued with additional mentorship training under the leadership of Dr. Francis Myles. Her ordination as Assistant Director of Discipleship Training was completed with Dr. Francis Myles of Lovefeast Church International, Tempe, AZ.
Finally she was ready to make a complete paradigm shift. Through hardships, loss of friends and rejection of loved-ones, she began to teach the "Ways of Yahuah", which is obedience to His laws because they are still applicable today. She joined hands with Prophetess Yemunah to establish the House of Shiloh Ministries in Mesa Arizona. Elder Yachanina currently resides in Arizona with her family and every Shabbat she shares Spiritual Truths with the Ecclesia.
Our ministry follows the teachings of Torah, the Prophets, the Writings, the Apostles and Yahusha HaMashiach.
We celebrate the weekly Sabbath and Yahuah’s (not Moses) 7 annual Sabbath Days (Feast Days), for they are eternal, Lev 23:3, Isa 66:23,
Zec 14:16-17. They are a statute forever throughout your generations, Leviticus 23 verses 14, 21, 31, and 41. Proof of this can be found when Apostle Paul wrote, "Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of a feast day or a new moon or a Sabbath Day, which are a shadow (future tense) of things to come; but the body of Messiah," Colossians 2:16-17. Apostle Paul confirms that Yahuah's Holy Days are a foreshadow of upcoming prophetic events.
We agree with scripture , which reveals that the New Testament Apostles continued to keep the Holy Feast Days after the death of our savior Yahusha, Acts 18:20-21, Acts 20:6, 16, Acts 24:11, 1 Cor 5:8, Acts 2:1, Acts 12:3-4, Acts 27:9.
We understand that beginning with the book of Matthew and ending with the book of Revelation, the sum total of these books were written several years after the death of Yahusha. Therefore Yahusha and His Disciples studied and taught from the Old Testament, also known as the Holy Scriptures.
2Ti 3:14-15, "But continue thou in the things which thou hast learned and hast been assured of, knowing of whom thou hast learned them; And that from a child thou hast known the holy scriptures (Old Testament), which are able to make thee wise unto salvation through faith which is in HaMashiach Yahusha".
We agree that “sin is transgression of the law”, 1 Jon 3:4. The very definition of sin could NOT be relevant without Torah/law. Actually, it would be impossible to be a law-breaker (sinner) if Torah /law no longer existed. Therefore we understand that the Law/Torah is not abolished or nailed to the cross.
About. One of the greatest travesties today is the reluctance of our Christian Churches to study the Holy Scriptures from a Hebraic perspective. What does it mean to study Scriptures from a Hebraic perspective? It means to view the Scriptures with a biblical mindset:
>That is similar to that of our ancient Prophets, and Yahusha and His Apostles.
>That comprehends the literal and underlying Spiritual intent of the written Holy Word.
> That understands the parables, for without a parable Yahusha did not teach, Mat 13:11.
The parables separate the listeners from the hearers. He who hath an ear, let him HEAR!
Why. Studying from a Hebraic perspective is vital to enriching our Scriptural understanding of the written Word. After all, the Holy Scriptures were written first in Hebrew and then translated to various other languages. Therefore, it is vital to use Hebraic resources to look up biblical words/definitions, which provides deeper spiritual insights that are hidden within the plain English text..
How. Learning to see the Scriptures in a different light is fun and challenging. We are commanded to study, not just read, to show ourselves approved. There are several free online tools to assist us with accessing Hebraic definitions of Scriptural Words. eSword is a good place to begin, where you can download the Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Bible (AHLB). This feature might not be free to download, but it is rich with Paleo Hebrew Alphabets, definitions, thoughts and descriptions of words that will put you on a in-depth path of greater revelation and insight.
As a final thought, it is imperative for you to realize that Hebrew Letters are more than ordinary letters. They are alive and rich with inner meanings that begin with a straightforward understanding and will lead you to a deeper spiritual meaning.
The definition of a Prophet can be defined as a person who has knowledge of something that is not known by the natural five senses.
In other words, a Prophet is given ears to hear and eyes to see, Mat 13:11, the hidden things, the mysteries about the Kingdom. The Holy Scriptures tell us that the "mysteries" are given to Apostles and Prophets, Eph 3:4-5. Therefore, our foundational messages are scriptural based and prophetic in nature.
There are 4 levels of Torah interpretations, which are written as the acronym P R D S.
Peshat (simple understanding)
Remez (hint or hidden understanding), Derash (interpretative understanding) and Sod (mystery/mystical understanding).
Actually the English word Paradise (PaRaDiSe) is a derivative of the above root acronym.
Much of our Ministry Lessons will weigh heavily on the Sod level of understanding.
Changes are taking place all over the world and at a pace much faster than we can grasp! Here you will find news articles and videos that make it possible for us to remain informed about many of those changes. After all, we are commanded to "watch & pray"!
The Holy Scriptures tell us that the "Word" is the incorruptible seed. When a seed is planted in soil, it is considered closed and is planted in darkness (hidden). When the seed opens, it is considered to be in light (enlightened). Our prayer is that these videos will "open" the incorruptible seed for you, in a new and living way.
We are commanded to share the Besorah (Good News) of the Kingdom and to make disciples of all nations. Our focus is to equip the body of Yahusha with a Spiritual arsenal for the coming day of battle.
If you live in the Mesa Arizona area, feel free to come and "break bread" with us. We meet every Shabbat (Saturday) afternoon at 1:30pm (MST). Our reserved meeting room has limited seating, so we ask for advance notice (email is acceptable) of your arrival to ensure seating availability.
We look forward to connecting with you, in body and in Spirit.