Just found this fast paced recap of the excitement and people at Revive2014…
Technically, day 3 was
two three four days ago… Sunday. (Yep, been busy since getting back and trying to catch up!!)
We finished near midnight on Sunday and had no internet access until Monday afternoon, but with travel, tiredness and family matters, I’m just now finally sitting down to recap!
What a weekend! Already, I am excited about next year!! Mark your calendars and start saving money/making plans. It will be worth it! REVIVE2015, Dallas, TX Hyatt Regency, June 26-28!
Day 3 was interesting to watch as everyone was noticeably tired and somewhat lethargic. Overall, the crowd was great to be in/around. Very friendly and warm atmosphere. By this point, we were seeing and recognizing new friends in the hall between sessions and meeting still more new friends… What a joy to hear so many different stories of how Abba calls His children back to the Torah. All similar, yet each unique in flavor and events.
I began the morning with Tony Romibson’s third session on the Garden and its patterns. this time the focus was on mankind. He sang a song for us that he had written years ago and taught some basics on chiastic structures in Scripture. Much, to me, was a refresher, however he pointed out some structures in the Garden account I had never noticed. The first three chapters of Genesis are so deep that in the last year I have been surprised again and again at the great depth and foundational connectivity with all things written and in life!!
My second session was Dr. Deborah Wiley and her talk titled Gospel, Great Commission and the Call to Torah. One of the interesting thoughts that she posited, similar to one I had heard the day before, was: “What is the Gospel?” Christendom teaches that it is salvation in Yeshua/Jesus, but we know the ‘gospel’ was preached to Abraham (Galatians 3:8). Questions she asked, to drive the point home included: Continue reading “REVIVE2014. Day 3.”
While preparing for next week’s conference, I was planning which speakers and topics I want to attend. Daniel Botkin is a name I’ve heard a number of times, but am not really familiar with, so I thought I’d do a little research. Turns out, besides being a gifted teacher and long-time Messianic Jew, he is also an artist. In cruising some of his work, I found this little gem that harkens back so some of our posts about Mr. “Golden Mouth.”
Botkin brilliantly captures the absurdities that came from the mouth of this ‘hero’ among the ‘church fathers.’ Following is the desription of this painting in Botkin’s own words explaining the text on the scrolls as well as the Hebrew around the perimeter: Continue reading ““I’m a good Christian and so am I” -Daniel Botkin”