The Creation Gospel is a foundational teaching study that unveils the work of the Holy Spirit from Genesis to Revelation through the light of the menorah.
THE CREATION is described in the oldest and most reliably copied text of the ages, the Scriptures; starting with the Torah (the Five Books of Moses), it is also referenced in the Prophets, the Psalms, the Writings, and in the Renewed Covenant (New Testament). In Genesis (Bereshit), which means “in the beginning,” the text first describes the Creation within 7 one-day segments. It is that precise recording of each day’s creation that is the focus of The Creation Gospel. The spirit God, who is first recorded by the name Elohim in Genesis, directed His Spirit in a plan calculated to bring the physical vessels of creation into unity with His Holy Spirit.
From this unity, Israel derives the statement of faith and greatest commandment, “Hear O Israel, the Lord your God, the Lord is One.” The Israelites received feast days (moedim) and a holy Sabbath when they received the everlasting covenant of the Torah. Since Yeshua is the Word of Creation made flesh, the festival times and seasons are His Spirit working in physical vessels to effect individual, family, congregational, and planetary growth in the Word and gospel.