The need for Atonement. Two.

September 28, 2017

Forgiveness of Sins?

The Complete Tanakh tells us very clearly that we are all sinners, since the fall in the Garden of Eden humanity has inherited incurable failure!

But Elohim has always provided a way for people to confess and repent of their bad doings, from the first sacrifice offered by Abel, through to the various alters and offerings made by the Patriarch’s until Moshe was shown the Tabernacle or mobile temple!

Today political intrigue and strife continue in Jerusalem and Israel as to the Dome of the Rock and when will the new Temple be restored? But Elohim has already offered both  Ha ‘Yehud’im and Ha ‘Goy’im the way to be atoned for finally, in that He has given Ha ‘Olam His one and only Son Yeshua!

Hebrews 9:22-28,   Exodus 30:10,   Yochanan 3:14-17,   31-36.

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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.

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.