The word and the light.

Yeshua the only Son of Elohim is not limited to the Gospels and the New testament of the complete Tanakh, He was there at the beginning of everything in both the word or breath of Elohim ‘Ruach Ha’Kodesh, and the light.

We see this made clear in the passages of Genesis 1:1-5 and Yochanan 1:1-5.

But Yeshua says of Himselft ‘I Am the light of the world and he who believes in me will never perish’. Yochanan 3:14-17, 8:12, 9:5.

In all of these passages we see that the meaning of Elhoim is more than two, because the breath word may also include the Spirit of truth who was working to creat at the beginning. this then makes three persons instead of two.

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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.

Yesha-Yahu 53.

This is the missing scroll from the Tanakh, many good excuses have been made for this text in Yehudaim but non of them justify its exclusion. Many scholars have argued ‘that if their interpretation of the vowel pointings are coreect and then are applied to all of these collective writings, their is no mention of Moshiach, as Christians claim? But when this change is made to the account of the promised Moshiac, the account of Yesha’Yahu 53 will appear in another place of the collective writings.

This proves to anyone who is studying the Holy scriptures of Elohim, that they cannot be written by men. But that they have to come through the revelation of Elohim to the ancient scribes. Over the years many schools of thought in Ysra’el and around the Disporah continue to reject parts of Tanakh Ha’Kodesh, as nothing more than a fablse.

Meanwhile taking out Ha’Torah and then rejecting everthing around it in the scriptures, is a deadly violation of Ha’Adon Adonai words to us.

We first must have a living personal relationship with Ha’Adon, who gives to us His Ruach Ha’Kodesh to interpret what the ‘Abba Father is saying to us. This in turn has nothing to do with keeping the traditions of men. It is in this scroll that we are shown who the real Messiah of Ysra;el is and what was the purpose of His coming first to Ysrael and then to the Goy’im.  Yohanan 3:15-21.

Yesha’Yahu 53:1,   Yohanan 12:37-43.

Victory. Part-One.

February 27, 2014

Knowing we have the Victory.

Life is tough, being a believer in Yeshua Adonai is even harder. But we who have this faith in Yeshua, should know that we also have His victory over Sin and death from now to Eternity in our lives.

We do not need to walk around with our heads bowing down, but rather with them risen up knowing that Yehsua has achieved much for us, like Life Eternal with Him and His Father Elohim.

We are a ‘Victorius people of faith and action, everyday by the power of Ruach Ha’Kodesh in our hearts.

1 Shamu’el 2:9,  Psalm 3:3,  60:12,  149:4,  Romans 8:32,  1 Corinthians 15:57,  Galatians 4:6,  1 Yohanan 5:4,  Revelation 21:7.

Yeshua Speaks…Part-Two.

October 24, 2013

Paul.

Yeshua spoke to Sha’ul before he was saved and many times after his conversion. Yeshua continues to speak to every believer today, through His word the complete Tanakh and through the Ruach Ha’Kodesh in our hearts.    Act 9:4-6.

Yeshua speaks words of comfort and reassurances to build us up and encourage us to go on. If you cannot hear these words from Elohim, there is a problem.   Act 9:11-12,   15-16,   12:16,   18:9-10.