Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Wednesday, August 08, 2012

New Richmond, 18th of August

We were invited to play at a worship / praise gathering, in a barn, out by New Richmond on the 18th of August (a week from this coming Saturday) - I'll post the start times when I find out. From what I understand, there isn't really a stop time. When I asked how long they wanted us to play, I was told, "you just get up there and play... and stop when ever you run out" or something to that effect. 
I told him jokingly that we would try to work up a set list of 60 or 80 songs then! 
 ...So, we will be playing a lot of our original stuff, and a lot of stuff that will be a little more familiar. I'll post a map with directions as soon as I get the go-ahead.

Monday, August 06, 2012

emet on the radio?
  Just go to the search field and type in emet, and you will be taken to our page.
Keep listening on these stations for songs by emet!

Saturday, August 04, 2012

Either Way

emet info

Alright people, I'm going to need your help. We are on a mission to get into drug rehabs and jails, and where ever else the Lord will allow us to play & give testimony.
 That's why I've been on a mission to get the name of Emet out on all the social networking sites.
So here's what we have so far, in no particular order.
Please go to each and "like" or comment, share, or just listen. 
All of our songs can be heard for free, or downloaded for $0.99 each, or just $9.99 for the entire 16 track CD, which is a much better deal if you ask me.
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Thursday, August 02, 2012

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Sunday, April 08, 2012

Listen to emet's music online!

Listen to our first tune here.

Meet "emet"

Blessed are You Adonai our God
King of the universe, God of our fathers
Our King our Mighty One our Creator, Redeemer, Maker
The Holy One, the Holy One of our father Jacob

Shepherd, oh Shepherd of Israel
The Good King who does good to all, every day
He has done good, He does good, He will do good for us
He rewarded us, He rewards us, He will reward us forever with grace

Hallelujah praise His Name
Give glory to the King of kings
Hallelujah praise His Name
Give glory to the King of kings

The Merciful One will reign over us forever
The Merciful One will be blessed in heaven and earth
Through all generations and glorified in us through eternity
And honored in us forever and for worlds without ending

Shepherd, oh Shepherd of Israel
The Good King who does good to all, every day
He has done good, He does good, He will do good for us
He rewarded us, He rewards us, He will reward us forever with grace
...forever with grace; ...forever with grace

Ok, so why are we calling ourselves "emet"?" In Hebrew, Emet means Truth. The majority of our songs are taken from the scriptures, and the ones that are not from the Word, are usually telling bits of my testimony.
The prayer, Birkat Hamazon, is an ancient Hebrew prayer that is usually said after a meal. The message in the prayer is that Hashem has provided for us, and always will, because He is faithful. 

Friday, March 02, 2012

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Bible Study this Tuesday, 21 FEB 2012 Ya'akov Chapter 2

Like the title says, we will be having another bible study this Tuesday, 21 FEB 2012.
It starts at 7:00pm, and will last a couple hours.

This week, we are going over the 2nd chapter of James, or Ya'avov in Hebrew.

So far, we have learned:
  1.  James was not his name, it was Ya'akov. King James liked "James" better than using the actual translation, which is Jacob. (James in the Greek=Iakobos; in the Hebrew=Jacob)
  2. Ya'akov (James) was the brother of Yeshua (Jesus)
  3. He was the leader of the synagogue in Jerusalem - yes, the Jewish synagogue in Jerusalem. In fact, he remained the leader of it until his death (see number 4).
  4. According to Eusebius, James was taken to the pinnacle of the Temple, and thrown off after refusing to denounce Yeshua's  messiahship. 
  5. Eusebius also said that Ya'akov prayed so much for the people in his life, believers and unbelievers, that his knees were hard like a camel's, thus earning him the name "Camel Knees." Or something similar. 
  6. One more important thing to note about what Eusebius relayed; he said that Ya'akov had a good reputation, as a righteous, just man, among both Jews, and Gentiles.
  7. The importance of #6 lies in the fact that if he were the leader of the synagogue, and teaching that the Law had "been done away with," he would not have had a good reputation among the Jews. Especially those who went to the synagogue of Jerusalem.  So, we can assume that he was not teaching against doing the Law, or Torah.
  8. James says that faith without works is dead. "Works" in a Hebraic context, in the 1st century expecially, is a Hebraic idiom for Torah obedience, or walking out the Commandments - today we say, "How is your walk, Joe?" and if Joe is a Christian, he understands that you are referring to his walk with the Lord. 
  9. James is NOT writing in opposition to Paul. Not in the least. Regardless of what the "Church Fathers" have to say about it, the two were in agreement. One is referring to how we attain salvation, and the other is referring to how we live after receiving that salvation. We will explain more on this later.

...and that is my short outline of what we have gone through so far.
Mo, we are truly missing you there!

Stupid Is as Stupid Does

This morning on it me, or is everybody asking themselves, "what the heck are they still buying oil from Iran for in the first place???"

If you depend on the bully for your milk, you will go thirsty. 

Why? because he is a bully

As for France, well, I sort of expected that, but the UK? That seems a little short sighted. Does the name Neville Chamberlain mean anything to them? 
Those who refuse to learn the past are doomed to repeat it.

I just got used to this place... and I'm comfortable

...uh, how long was I gone?

Well, I'm back. I won't even attempt to tell you how long I will be back, because every time I do, I end up leaving again. Sorry about that.

I have returned with purpose. Let me start by saying that our country is heading straight to becoming a dictatorship. In fact, I am so convinced of this, that I contemplated deleting all previous posts, and starting over fresh - without a lot of political in-correctness. You know, the kind that gets folks under a dictatorship put in jail, or concentration camps, or whatever modern dictators are using these days.

...then I decided against it, and here's why: as of right now, we live in the United States of America. Land of the free, home of the brave. We are backed by the greatest constitution in the world - a constitution that doesn't provide, but rather protects liberties given to us by the God of Israel. We have the right to free speech, and as long as I can, I intend to use it.

Politically, my views have changed, anyway. I have come to the conclusion that something sinister has been at work since the beginning of this great land. I won't get into what I believe it to be right now, but I will tell you that I don't like any of the choices given to us by the media. Which reminds me... when did it become the media's job to pick our candidates in the first place? At any rate, I'm back, and I am not deleting my past posts. At least not yet.

I will post a couple of videos that Luke and I made though. Hope you enjoy...