Blessed is He who comes in the name of Adonai!

In most Christian aspects this word from the Greek Hosanna is associated with the Sunday a week before Easter known as Palm Sunday, but the full meaning of this is lost to the Gentile Church since it would not seem to them to be that important?

Yet it is vital to fully understand everything in the Complete Tanakh as important or we will become confused as many do!

The people wanted Yeshua to be their King not just their Ha  Moshia/Messiah, but the Scriptures tell us that this was the servant King coming to redeem both Israel and all believers amongst Ha Goy’im to His Abba!  Psalm 79:9,  Yesha ‘Yahu 53:1-12.

Meanwhile the Torah-Teachers of the day were jealous of Yeshua, because they feared loosing both their power, influences and comforts under this Roman leadership!

Israel’s call for deliverance was not that of their own failures, but that of the Roman occupation. Generally most of the people had misunderstood the scriptures and this is worrying even today in relation to the End times and the Book of Revelation?

Matthew/Levi 21:7-11,  15-17,   Mark 11:7-11,   Yochanan 12:13-16,  Galatians 1:14.

Yom Ha ‘Adon!

September 5, 2019

Be careful for what you wish For?

The Complete Tanakh can be a scary book at times, since we are reading the words and the directions of Elohim in them?

Many believers today in their struggles and difficulties will at times long for the return of Ha ‘Adonai and we are all guilty of this, but we are warned that this day is not a relief but one of darkness, dread and destruction!

Basically the end of this world, and it makes one wonder about how Noah and his family felt after the flood, seeing the new Earth?

Our emphasis must be on sharing Yeshua with the already decaying Ha ‘Olim and their need for salvation?

Amos 5:18,    Zechariah 14:7,   Matthew/Levi 24:36,   Acts 1:7,   Revelation 16:15.

Faith then and Now?

Do we share our faith with others, or are we to scared them ever knowing that we love Yeshua Ha ‘Adonai?

Between Yeshua rising from the dead and His return to Heaven over 500 people said that they had met with Him, like His Talmidim they saw His marks of the tree/cross/stake because he had the same body!

But Yeshua said, ‘Blessed would be those who believed without seeing Him, meaning from that time on and to today and tomorrow until the time appointed by Abba for His return!

If we know Him, then we will want to take the time and opportunity to share such a precious gift that has been imparted to us?

Yochanan 20:29,   2 Corinthians 5:7-8,   Hebrews  11:1,   27,   39,   Alef Kefa 1:7-9,   Bet Kefa 1:1,  4.

Chanukkah! Two.

November 29, 2018

The fulfillment Of!

Malachi id the last Prophet of the Tanakh and much of what he has to say is about the decline in the standards required by Elohim in relation to Temple sacrifices! But we are then left with a four hundred year gap until the birth of Messiah to a young virgin in Roman occupied Israel!

But those four hundred years in Jewish history are not left empty, we have the rise of the Maccabees and the Hasmoneans revolting first against the Greeks and then the Romans?

But then the last Temple is finally restored and dedicated by the Festival of lights, looking back for Messianic believers we now understand this was a prophetic interlude to Yeshua words, I Am the light of Ha ‘Olam!

But there is more when Yochanan tells us that, ‘For Elohim so loved Ha ‘Olam that He gave us His one and only Son Yeshua!

Malachi 4:2,  Matthew/Levi 4:16,   Luke 2:32,   Yochanan 3:15-16,    8:12,    9:5,    Acts 26:18,   Ephesians 5:14.