Elohim Warned.

The promise land Israel was for the taking, because Elohim promised and the people who lived there were sinning and only going from bad to worse. This theme of cleansing the land runs right through human history in how God deals with the earth and so it is applied time after time in the Bible/Complete tanakh.

Elohim said, ‘Go in and take the land and do not be afraid of them,because I Am with you.’ But after a time the people got tired and started to do their own things, this proves that sin is an inherted illness in humanity. This proved to be a fatal error, because today the modern peoples that call themselves the Palestians (Arabs) are a constant thorn in Y’sraels flesh.

Elohim has left the Israeli peoples to get on with their own ideas, but there will always be a remnant of believers in Yeshua Adonai. Many great and terrible events are ahead in the days to come for the Yehudim and one needs to know now where you stand are you on the Lords side or not?

Deuteronomy 7:2, 10, 16, Judges 8:27,  Psalm 81:11-12, 106:36, Yesha’ Yahu 3:9,  Revelation 2:7.

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Promiscuity. Part-One.

January 16, 2014

Believers and the World.

Sometimes it is hard to distinguish between believers and the world? We may meet and fellowish or attend a ‘Church and the people we meet on those occasions live, carry on as the world does. This is perhaps more obvious with youner people, they live together well before marriage. We can say much about the worlds loose moral attitudes, and if we have been saved later in life we will know for ourselves.

The Tanakh is very clear in relation to this matter, despite many people falling into temptations. But as believers we do so need to speak to young people and older ones to. The Tanakh/Torah taught us that the woman should be stoned, but we are now free from the Torah through the atonement of Yeshua.

But the New Testament teaches us that we must do our best to flee any form of immorality, sexual sins. We are born again by the power and the dynamic of the Ruach Ha’Kodesh of Elohim Ha’Adon.

Deuteronomy 22:20-21,    Yezeki’el 16:23,    1 Corinthians 6:13, 18.