CHRISTMAS! Two.

December 27, 2018

Bearing the Name?

The virgin conception and birth of Yeshua is one of the key factors about Chanukka-Christmas, that the promised Messiah and the Saviour of Ha ‘Olam has come Elohim into human flesh the gift given for our redemption!

But being a believer in Yeshua comes with a cost, that of being ostracized from what ever group you belong too? Be targeted for being different, doing right, seeking to be honest or showing integrity? Because Ha ‘Olam is the opposite of everything that is honourable and it is a challenge for us to bear His name!

Jeremiah 29:11, 13,   Amos 5:4,   Luke 1:35,  37,   Yochanan 3:3,  14-17,   Colossians 2:2-15,  Hebrews 11:5.

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Unconditioal Love. Part-Two.

February 20, 2014

Elohim never gives up on us.

Elohim loves us and he will never give up on us, He will try and try again and again to choose those He has called. It is then our own choice to choose Him. This process is not Eternal, because there are the Saved and the Lost.

Humans are different from every other creature, we have been given free will, to choose between doing what is right and what is wrong.

Elohim will always be with us who believe by faith in the death and resurrection of His Son Yeshua Adonai, this is because we have now been purchased by Him in the final Atonement of the sacrifice upon the stake/tree made by Yeshua.

Psalm 130:3-4,    143:2,    Yesha’Yahu 49:4,    Galatians 2:16,    19-21.

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.