The Temple! One.

July 5, 2018

The focus of Y’srael.

In times past the Temple was the focus of the people to bring their sacrifices for their failures to be offered by the priestly order, it was the central place of worship for Ha Y’hudim and the dwelling of Elohim on Earth!

But because of the sin, ignorance and arrogance of the people and the way that the Prophets were mistreated as they tried to warn the Kings that they were going against the will of Elohim to submit, two Temples were destroyed and the nations scattered to the four winds of the Earth via Babylon!

Yeshua told the people two-thousand years ago that their failure to trust in Elohim and to believe in Him was their ruin, because they were trusting in stones and religious duties over that of faith!

Luke 21:6,   1 Kings 9:7-9,   Yesha ‘Yahu 64:10-11,   Jeremiah 26:18,   Lamentations 2:6-8,   Zechariah 14:2,   Matthew/Levi 24:2,   Mark 13:2.

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Up to Yerushalayim.

After three hard enough years on the roads, Yeshua now comes up to the golden city as both King of Y’srael and Messiah. The prohecies concerning Him are being fulfilled. The people must have been extatic seeing this great even in their history, but we as believers know now they did not really understand the fulness of His ministry.

Today the King of Y’srael is in Heaven and He is returning soon at the end of the ages Today He offers salvation without cost or demands to both the Goy and Yehudim. One day Ekklesia will be gathered in the air and He will sit again in this great city to rule Ha’Olam.

Yochanan 12:13-15,   Matthew/Levi 21:1-11,   Mark 11:1-11,  Luke 19:29-38.

P’lishtim. Part-One.

August 7, 2014

Who are they and where do they come from?

The complete Tanakh tells us that Elohim brought them from the island of Crete to test Ysra’el in relation to His promises and them obeying Him.

After forty years in the wilderness it was time to take the promised land, all went very well at first but leter the people broke their promises, let their guard down and made treaties with the natives.

Genesis 10:14,    Deuteronomy  2:23,    Acts 17:26-27.