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.

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Av 9. Part-Three.

July 3, 2014

The New Yerushalayim.

Men have plans, Judaism has plans to capture the Temple mount from Muslim and to start re-building the Holy Temple. These are the facts now and at an appointed time this work will begin.

There will be much bloodshed and hatred expressed on all sides, but it will work out eventually to a peace between a false messiah and the world.

But for us, we know the real truth and perhaps in these processes being worked through many of us will die and enter Glory to be with Yeshua. We also know the historical events of the complete Tanakh and our role to share the Good News of Yeshua Adonai to this dying and decaying world around us.

Elohim, Abba has promised us we will see the New Yerushalayim.

Acts 5:20-21,  Revelation 3:12.

Yeshua said…

January 25, 2013

I am Ha’derek, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to ha’Abba but through Me.  Yohanan 14:6.

There is only one way to Elohim, there is only one way in which all peoples can be saved and that is only through faith in the death and resurrection of Yeshua Adonai.

Welcome to edoshaderek.

This was the name that the early new congregation called themselves, because Yeshua had said that ‘He was the way.’

Edos is the Greek word which was used in the New Testament by its Jewish writers.