Loving Others? One.

June 22, 2017

The Power of Yeshua Adonai!

We can say that we believe, but if their is no fruit, something is seriously wrong with our walk with Yeshua? We must love others as we are loved by Elohim and forgiven our past sins!

Ruach Ha ‘Kodesh cannot move beside us to put into effect the gifts that have been given to us, to serve and lead others that we meet to faith in Yeshua!

Loving enemies and those who persecute us is hard, but if we claim we must follow to be really effective?

Matthew/Levi 5:5-11,  Romans 12:9-14,  Ephesians 1:4,  Hebrews 6:10.

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Shavo’ut. Two.

June 8, 2017

Fruit of Ha Ruach!

It is one thing to have the fruit or the gifting of Elohim, but it is another thing to have love for others? Especially when they insult, undermine and cut us down, when we are not overly angered but have the insight to see that they are blinded as once we were in ignorance?

It is hard to be a believer, no matter what religious or non-religious backgrounds we may come from? The Complete Tankah tells us that there are only two kinds of people in this world, those know Ha ‘Adonai and those who do not, or who refuse to know Him!

The fruit is the outcome of the gift’s that are poured in and out of us, many rush for the big ones, teaching, tongues, prophecy? Yet it is the building of our character that is an essential work of Ruach Ha ‘Kodesh in us to end the temptations of self-centeredness and the cry of, ‘I want!’

Galatians 5:14,  16-21,  22-26,  Deuteronomy 21:20,  Psalm 1;3,  92:14,  John 16:7,  Romans 8:2,  4-5,  10,  2 Corinthians 3:6,  Ya’akov 3:17-18.

Shavo’ut. One.

June 1, 2017

They were in the Temple/Ha ‘Heki ‘EL.

For believers world-wide and in Israel Pentecost marks the beginning of the Church or Ekklesia? But almost immediately there is a division between the believers, that is more of a problem today than it was then?

The Basilea was already in existence at the time of the Ascension of Yeshua and this giving of Ha ‘Ruach Ha ‘Kodesh was for the empowerment of all believers both Yehud’im and Ha ‘Goyim!

The giving of the Holy Spirit, breath of God, the third person of the Trinity was to help us serve Elohim in various ways as the gifting’s are divided to us. Ha ‘Ruach is in each one of us prompting us in prayer and in service and guiding us in everyday living!

Acts 2:1-11,  2:33,  38,  5:3,  Ephesians 5:19,  1 Timothy 4:1-5,  Hebrews 9:14,  2 Peter 1:21,  1 John 2:20,  Jude 1:20.