Forgiving each Other!

February 7, 2019

Love, Marriage and Divorce?

Divorce was never in the vocabulary of Elohim, it was something forced upon Moshe by the people in the Sinai!

Next week millions will be spent of St. Valentines day in the annual day of slushy romance, many will propose and get married enjoying the aspect of the experience!

But about this time next year or the year after depending on the marriage date, they will be divorcing because I did not sign up to this?

We are all Sinners so the Complete Tanakh tells us and because of our fallen nature we are all selfish! This ugly monster is in each of us and it will come out from time to time in differing degrees! But the answer to the problem is to learn to forgive and press on, if we really love each other?

Since Elohim loved us, and gave us His one and only son, since He forgives us our failures, then we too must learn to forgive others!

Psalm 130:4,    Jeremiah 50:20,   Matthew/Levi 6:12-15,   18:21,   Yochanan 3:14-16,   20:23,   Ephesians 4:32,    Colossians 3:16.

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No Elohim. Part-Two.

April 14, 2016

The Futility of Humanity!

People spend their lives trying to prove the Complete Tanakh wrong, they continue to refuse the truth that Elohim is the Almighty, creator and sustainer of this world, the universe and humanity.

Many new scientific, philosophical, medical books are produced each day to try to prove their is No God. Ha ‘Olam is obessed with the demand that they are right, and that anyone who has faith is mentally unbalanced.

But the truth is that Elohim is with us today, Yeshua His one and only son is right beside our hearts, if we would see our failure and let Him come in!

Ecclesiastes 1:13,  12:12,  Yochanan 5:39,  1 Timothy 4:15, 2 Kefa 1:20-21.

Simchat Torah. Part-Two.

October 22, 2015

Legalism does not equal Salvation.

No one will ever be saved by the Law, because no one can keep the whole of Ha’Torah.

That is why Elohim gave us His One and Only Son Yeshua to make one final atonment for our Sins. He was the perfect man, the second Adam and if we believe in Him we will be saved and be in eternity with Him.

Yochanan 3:15-17,  Romans 3:23,  6:23,  Psalm 73;11-13,  94:8-11,  Galatians 3;5,  Ephesians 2:1-4.

Yom Kippure. Part-Two.

October 1, 2015

Yeshua Forgives.

The sin of the people of Y’srael is not over after Yom Kippure, even though now it is Sukkot and we are heading for Simchat Torah. Sin is an ever present problem that needs to be sorted out immediatly.

Faith in Yeshua today will change that situation and burden that Ha’Torah cannot do. Yeshua has made the final atonement for our failure and by trusting in Him Ha’Torah is fulfilled. because He was the perfect man the second Adam, who gave His life for us.

Yochanan 3:15-16,  11:25-26, Hebrews chapter 5.

Blocked Off. Part-One.

August 6, 2015

Failure to Understand.

The Yehudim have a serious problem in relation to failing to see what the Tanakh has to say about Messiah. This is constantly pointed out to the religious leaders throughout the scriptures, but they cannot still see or understand it?

Traditions and rituals over time have clocked their minds from reading the Tanakh, the Mishna has replaced direct understanding and the various teachings of different Rabbinaicle schools have done the same.

Acts 13:27,  Psalm 2:7.

‘You Looser.’

Yeshua is now hanging on the tree/stake/cross dying for you, me and them and those people who had followed Him, were now passing by making bad statements and challenges for Him to save Himself.

Matthew/Levi 27:39-43,  Mark 15:29-32,  Mark 15:13, Yochanan 19:15.

Despite three years of miracles and healings, the greatest words ever spoken they were mow hating Him. They had hated Him before Pilate, roused by the false religious leaders of the day, that Yeshua always pointed out to them.  Matthew/Levi 23:13-39,  Luke 11:43-44.

Repent and be Saved.

March 12, 2015

‘I take no pleasure in the death of evil Men.’

Elohim is mercyfull and He has no desire to see anyone one lost, for lack of believing in Him. We are now near to the time of Passover and deliverance from slavery. This story is once more coming through in the Easter message of our Messiah dying and shedding His blood on the tree/stake for us.

Faith is the key to believing Elohim, but to know the fulness of the promised New Life we must first repent of our failures and believe in the works of Yeshua Adonai. His death and resurrection from the grave, this His victory for us.

Yezeki’ EL 33:10-20,  Luke 15:20-37,  Acts 3:19,  Romans 14:11,  1 Timothy 2:4,  1 Kefa 3:9.

Sheep.

What are sheep good at doing, going into places where they find they are stuck. They do this because they are easily scared, even when the shepherd cannot foresee any problems ahead.

Yeshua uesd this illustration to describe our fallen nature, ‘we have turned everyone to his own way and all have gone astray.’ On the night Yeshua was betrayed in the garden all His Talmidim ran away in fear.

This Pesah/Easter you may be astray in your life, its a mess, its a snare for you and you are stuck not able to untangle yourself from it. But only Yeshua has promised ‘if you return He will help you get sorted out.

Isaiah 53:6,   Romans 5:6-8,  1 Kefa 2:25.

Promiscuity. Part-Two.

January 23, 2014

Giving in to Sin.

This is what is wrong with our world today and the Church/Ekklesia, we have accepted into our teachings on love, what the world does. Rather we should be trying to overcome our natural desires and be going out for Elohim, for Yeshau and surrendering our selfishness and repenting of it before Him,

As new believers, married or single yeshua is always wanting the best for us, to grow in Him and to be inproving, Sin is a problem, but we can now refuse the temptations that the enemy will throw at us.

Jeremiah 3:6,   Matthew/Levi 15:19,    Galatians 5:19.

Regular Visitor.

When we read the New Testament we encounter Yeshua visiting the Temple at every religious festival. This is because He was the Messiah and all these festivals were in relation to him. The people on the other hand, were mostly obeying the traditions of religion. But through the crowd Yeshua knew of the many who were seeking Him, some with very little faith.

Mark 11:27-33,  12:35-44,  14:49,   Yohanan 5:14-47,   7:14-28,   8:1-11,   10:23-38,  18:20.

People heard Yeshua teaching them, He taught with authority and life, whereas the Rabbis talked empty words. Today we have a fulfilled vision, we also see Ysra’el as a restored nation. So with all these things around us what is stopping you from coming to Messiah?

Do you think I am either to good or too bad, my friend we are all failures before Elohim, we were born with an inherited condition called Sin. But it is only by faith in Yeshua Adonia that He died on the tree and rose from the grave for us that we have the promise, the hope of a New birth and Life, that is eternal.