The Healer.

Yeshua in His life with us healed many people in Ysra’el and also in some lands of the Goyim. But that process continues now since the time of the stake, He bears our griefs. Yeshua bears our sin and He shed His blood for us.

This blood of the Atonement is not eternally shed, the time of Elohims grace, favour will continue to the end of the ages. But it will stop at the day of Judgement.

We at this time have to choice to believe in the works of the Messiah, but no matter who we are Yehudaim or Goyim we still have to believe in Him by faith to be Eternally Saved.

Yesha’yahu 53:4,   Matthew/Levi 8:16-17,   Mark 14:61-65,    1 Kefa 2:24-25.

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Offended.

Most people, even His Tamidim were offended and scared on the night that He was betrayed by Yehuda in the garden.

Yeshua was not attractive, He was a plain man and yet he was a perfect man. Yeshua knew the cost He was to face going to the stake for us, He had been rejected already by all sorts of people from the crowd to the religious men of the day.

Yeshua first experienced this pain, so that we who would place our trust in Him by Faith and Repentance would know that our trials are nothing compared  to what He went through for us.

So through it all we  should be encouraged and strengthened to push on.

Today many people are still offended by what Yeshua has to say, but if we want the truth and to find Eternity, we must trust in Him, because there is no other way.

Yesha’Yahu 53:3-4,    Mark 14:27,  50,   Yohanan 8:48-52,

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.