The breath of Elohim.

We learn in the Tanakh that Ruach Ha’Kodesh was given and taken away from individuals who were chosen to carry out the will of Ha’Adon. So we see that the Holy Spirit was not for everyone.

Yet the breath of Elohim was at the creation of the universe and earth, we are told of His nature and purpose and this is missed out in Judaism as something else and not a part of Elohim.

Genesis 1:2,  Exodus 35:21,  Psalm 51:11,  Yesha’Yahu 63:11.

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Unconditional Love. Part-One.

February 15, 2014

Elohim Loves us.

To believe in Elohim we must have faith, but it is Him who chooses us not we who choose Him. Elohim has unconditional love for us, He tolerates our failing, where we do not to each other.  This is why Elohim Adonai is mercyfull and forgiving to all who come to Him

Elohim, through Yeshua Adonai expects us as believers in Him to be able to practise that love to others in good deeds and in the forgiveness of enemies.

Yohanan 13:34,   Romans 12:9-10,   Ephesians 2:4,   1 Yohanan 4:10, 19.

Following Instructions.

Don’t be afraid Yosef, take Mari as your wife, for she will bear the promised Messiah concieved by the Ruach Ha’Kodesh.  Matthew/Levi 1 :18-25.

Yosef obeyed the instructions of Elohim, later he would so the same in the flight to Egypt, because of Herod murdering all the children up to two years old, in his paranoid fit. Matthew/Levi 2:13-15.  Elohim spoke to Yosef again in Egypt, ‘its time to return to Ysrael.’ Matthew/Levi 2:19-23.

Yosef was not only a good man, he was obedient in hearing Elohim and following the instructions.

If we do, apply and put into practice what Ha’Adon is telling us to do. We will have success and be blessed. That is why Yeshua came to save us from our sins, if we would place our trust in Him, we will receive the New birth and the New life eternal.  Matthew/Levi 1:21.