Another Year 2019!

January 10, 2019

But the same old Story?

We have to press on with our faith in Yeshua, but there are many out there who seek to undermine our religion and culture by re-writing history and denying Ha ‘Shoah!

They have denied the facts of history, as they deny the facts about Yeshua and His love for Y’srael! The fact that Elohim chose our people to possess the land that has been given back once more, for the day of His return!

We must share our faith, but also the truth about Nazi-Germany and its eugenics ideas in the deliberate destruction of the Jewish race?

Exodus 11:17,  14:25,  Y’hoshua 7:20,  Nehemiah 5:1,  Dani’EL  3:8,  Luke 2:34,  Romans 11:2. 

Loving. Part-Two.

February 11, 2016

Romance to Personal Cost.

There is always a time to appreciate and say thank you to those loved ones, wives, husbands, family, and friend?

But when we have faith and are walking in fellowship with Elohim, Yeshua Adoani our love is concerned more with not expecting a return! But being intrested in the welfare, care and concern for others, even it will cost us with rejection and insult.

Yeshua died for us, it was His choice and he asks us to try to serve this Ha ‘Olam as He has done.

Mark 12:29-30,  1 Corinthians 13:1-8, 14:1, Philemon 1:8-10, Ya’akov 5;20, 1 Yochanan 2:5-10.

Natan Navi. Part-Two.

July 17, 2014

Confronts Dav’id.

It must of been very hard for Natan, after blessing King Dav’id to return a few days later to challenge him in relation to his recent conduct. King Dav’id fell into temptations and built evil upon one block after another in relation to his adultery with Bath-Sheva. He set up her husband to have sex with his wife, and then played on his loyality finally sending Uriah to his known death.

But Elohim knew everything, because He does and he knows all of us and our failures. Natan told Dav’id that he was that bad man and that Elohim would allow that first child to die. Elohim was not changing His mind on Dav’id, because Messiah was to come through his line

2 Samuel 12:1-15,  Psalm 51:1-19,  Matthew/Levi 1:4-6.