Final Pesach Lamb.

The system of burnt offerings, the slaughter of animals was a temporary thing to atone for sin. The Passover prior to the deliverance of the nation of Israel from Egypt, required blood on the lintels and doord so that when the Angel of Death passed over.

The Egyptian oppressors had no knowledge of this and thus their first born children died. This whole process occured with Yeshua from His birth, King Herods actions right up to the tree of cursing.

Yeshua died for all who place their trust in Him, by faith and good works will follow. Ha ‘Torah does not lead us to salvation, it is to show us how sinful, debase and failed we are/

Psalm 22:1-31,   Yesha ‘Yahu 50:6,   53:2-12,   Luke 24:46-47,   1 Corinthians 15:3-4, Hebrews 10:7-9.

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Selfishness.

This is perhaps the real key to understanding why we have a rise in racism and Anti-Semitism, everyone wants to be free and do what they want to or would like to. Great Britain, the United States and the European Union along with Australia and Israel have never had it so good as today.

But this is not the right way to be going about our actions as believers, if we really are following the teachings of the the Complete Tanakh and Yeshua Adon then we will have less of a desire to want. A battle for us to fight! Yes between the old man and the New in each of us.

Romans 6:5-8,  2 Corinthians 5 :10-11,  Ephesians 4:21-27.

A New Life.

Change is the key to being Born-again or Converted. We have to change from the old to the New, what we were we no longer can be. Today many people fill the seats in our fellowshps and justify their baggage, but before Jesus this should not be?

A New life means changes to serve God daily in our actions and to what is good, right, fair and true. it is hard to be a ‘Christian because we are offensive to all as we say No to Sin.

Mathhew/Levi 9:22,  Acts 3:29,  1 Timothy 6:20,  2 Kefa 2:6,  Yehuda 1:4.

Promiscuity. Part-One.

January 16, 2014

Believers and the World.

Sometimes it is hard to distinguish between believers and the world? We may meet and fellowish or attend a ‘Church and the people we meet on those occasions live, carry on as the world does. This is perhaps more obvious with youner people, they live together well before marriage. We can say much about the worlds loose moral attitudes, and if we have been saved later in life we will know for ourselves.

The Tanakh is very clear in relation to this matter, despite many people falling into temptations. But as believers we do so need to speak to young people and older ones to. The Tanakh/Torah taught us that the woman should be stoned, but we are now free from the Torah through the atonement of Yeshua.

But the New Testament teaches us that we must do our best to flee any form of immorality, sexual sins. We are born again by the power and the dynamic of the Ruach Ha’Kodesh of Elohim Ha’Adon.

Deuteronomy 22:20-21,    Yezeki’el 16:23,    1 Corinthians 6:13, 18.