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543 So you say you don’t like what I made for breakfast


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543 So you say you don’t like what I made for breakfast


Yochanan 13:18-38


SYNOPSIS: Sometimes we can make the biggest mistakes that cost us so much in spiritual wealth. Sometimes during our walk with the King we don’t like what He says to us. We don’t like the rules that He makes us follow. Many of us sometimes forget where we came from. Why we even called on Yehovah in the first place. This behavior really makes Yehovah’s nostrils flair. One of the things Yehovah hates most is people that don’t respect His word and don’t like His cooking. In this message we will find out what is on the breakfast menu to see if we can stomach it.

SECTION 1: HE CALLS US CHILDREN. How many times did Messiah Yeshua call the talmidim children? When HE did there was an incredible purpose behind it. But before He called us children, one of the talmidim did not love his cousin enough to say don’t eat that it will make you eternally sick. The question is why didn’t he speak up? What was the meaning behind this event? What purpose does it service in our life today?

SECTION 2: I HATE YEHOVAH’S COOKING. How many people think Yehovah can cook? How many people would love to taste His breakfast foods day after day? There is an event in Torah that happens that makes Yehovah so mad His nostrils flare. Let’s just say that was not good for the mixed multitude. The question we are asking in this section is what would posses you to say to the King of the universe, “I like satans cooking better then yours?” What would possess the people to say I don’t like your word anymore? Once we answer these questions we will see how to remember never to say those words ever again, or have we already said them?


Yochanan 13:18-38

Why does Yeshua call His talmidim children at the Last Pesach

Joh 13:20  Yes, indeed! I tell you that a person who receives someone I send receives me, and that anyone who receives me receives the One who sent me."


Joh 13:21 

Anguish G5015 ταράσσω tarassō  Thayer Definition: 1) to agitate, trouble (a thing, by the movement of its parts to and fro) 2) to cause one inward commotion, take away his calmness of mind, disturb his equanimity 3) to disquiet, make restless 4) to strike one’s spirit with fear and dread


Joh 13:25-27

Joh 13:25-26

Joh 13:27-28

Joh 13:29-30

Joh 13:30


Ref: Num 33:3  They began their journey from Ram'ses in the first month. On the fifteenth day of the first month, the morning after the Pesach, the people of Isra'el left proudly in view of all the Egyptians;


Joh 13:30  As soon as he had taken the piece of matzah, Y'hudah went out, and it was night.

Joh 13:34-35




Yochanan 15:13-14

Joh 15:13  No one has greater love than a person who lays down his life for his friends. Joh 15:14  You are my friends, if you do what I command you.


Joh 13:34-35

Joh 13:36-38

Joh 13:37 

Joh 13:37-38

Joh 13:33

G5040  τεκνίον Teknion Thayer Definition: 1) a little child 2) in the NT used as a term of kindly address by teachers to their disciples 3) darlings (Christian converts): - little children.


Luke 22:11-20

Luk 22:13  They went and found things just as Yeshua had told them they would be, and they prepared for the Seder.

Luk 22:14  When the time came, Yeshua and the emissaries reclined at the table,

Luk 22:15  and he said to them, "I have really wanted so much to celebrate this Seder with you before I die!


Luk 22:17-18

Luk 22:17-19

Luk 22:20




Ecc 1:9  What has been is what will be, what has been done is what will be done, and there is nothing new under the sun.

Ecc 1:10  Is there something of which it is said, "See, this is new"? It existed already in the ages before us.


Luk 22:20

Sh’mot 13:1-10


Exo 13:8  On that day you are to tell your son, 'It is because of what Adonai did for me when I left Egypt.'


Exo 13:3-4


Aviv H24  אביב  'â̂yb BDB Definition: 1) fresh, young barley ears, barley 2) month of ear-forming, of greening of crop, of growing green


Exo 13:8 




B’midbar 11:1-10

Num 11:10  Moshe heard the people crying, family after family, each person at the entrance to his tent; the anger of Adonai flared up violently; and Moshe too was displeased.


Crying H1058 בּכה  bâkâh BDB Definition: 1) to weep, bewail, cry, shed tears 2) to weep bitterly (with cognate acc.) 3) lamenting


H639 אף  'aph BDB Definition: 1) nostril, nose, face 2) anger


Num 11:5-6

Num 11:6 

Num 11:1

Complaining H596  אנן  'ânan BDB Definition: complain, murmur


Num 11:4


Mixed – rabble - H628  אספּסף  'aspesûph BDB Definition: 1) collection, rabble, collected multitude 2) a promiscuous assemblage (of people): - mixt multitude.


Greedy - H8378  תּאוה  ta'ăvâh BDB Definition: 1) desire  2) desire, wish, longings of one’s heart 3) lust, appetite, covetousness (bad sense) 4) thing desired, object of desire


Num 11:5-9

Num 11:10 


Crying H1058 בּכה  bâkâh BDB Definition: 1) to weep, bewail, cry, shed tears 2) to weep bitterly (with cognate acc.) 3) lamenting


Num 11:5-6


1Sa 15:22  Sh'mu'el said, "Does Adonai take as much pleasure in burnt offerings and sacrifices as in obeying what Adonai says? Surely obeying is better than sacrifice, and heeding orders than the fat of rams.


B’resheet 9:14-16

Gen 9:15  I will remember my covenant which is between myself and you and every living creature of any kind; and the water will never again become a flood to destroy all living beings.



Exo 13:3  Moshe said to the people, "Remember this day, on which you left Egypt, the abode of slavery; because Adonai, by the strength of his hand, has brought you out of this place. Do not eat hametz.


Exo 20:8  ד "Remember the day, Shabbat, to set it apart for God.


Num 15:39  It is to be a tzitzit for you to look at and thereby remember all of Adonai's mitzvot and obey them, so that you won't go around wherever your own heart and eyes lead you to prostitute yourselves;


D’varim 4:7-9

Deu 4:9  Only be careful (REMEMBER), and watch yourselves diligently as long as you live, so that you won't forget what you saw with your own eyes, so that these things won't vanish from your hearts. Rather, make them known to your children and grandchildren -


D’varim 8:18-19

Deu 8:18  No, you are to remember Adonai your God, because it is he who is giving you the power to get wealth, in order to confirm his covenant, which he swore to your ancestors, as is happening even today.




Mattiyahu 16:8-12


Revelation 2:5-6

Rev 2:5  Therefore, remember where you were before you fell, turn from this sin, and do what you used to do before. Otherwise, I will come to you and remove your menorah from its place — if you don't turn from your sin!


Yochanan 15:1-14

Joh 15:2  Every branch which is part of me but fails to bear fruit, he cuts off; and every branch that does bear fruit, he prunes, so that it may bear more fruit.



Prune what does it mean G2508  καθαίρω  kathairō   Thayer Definition: 1) to cleanse, of filth impurity  2) to prune trees and vines from useless shoots




Lev 19:23  " 'When you enter the land and plant various kinds of fruit trees, you are to regard its fruit as forbidden — for three years it will be forbidden to you and not eaten.

Lev 19:24  In the fourth year all its fruit will be holy, for praising Adonai.

Lev 19:25  But in the fifth year you may eat its fruit, so that it will produce even more for you; I am Adonai your God.


Joh 15:3-4

United G3306  μένω  menō  Thayer Definition: 1) to remain, abide 2) to sojourn, tarry 3) not to depart 4) to continue to be present 5) to be held, kept, continually


Joh 15:5 

Joh 15:6 

Joh 15:7-8

Joh 15:8-10

Joh 15:11

Joh 15:12-14




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He was and always will be a JEW!!!

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