Atonement?

September 13, 2018

Sins to be dealt With!

How is this now to be sorted out since their has been no Temple in Jerusalem for the last one-thousand and nine hundred years?

It is ironic that some legal way has been made in Judaism to justify ways around this but, the truth is that with the advent of Yeshua there is no need of either sacrifices of animals or a building!

Since we can call on Him confess and repent of our failures and Elohim will have mercy on us, but repentance is not something that excuses us to return back to sin again and again but rather that we will be changed by Ruach Ha’Kodesh into a new people

Jeremiah 31:34,   1 Corinthians 11:25,   Ephesians 2:13,   Hebrews 9:28.

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Nothing Impossible. Two.

March 16, 2017

Requires from Us!

Deeds are good things to do, as long as they are not an excuse to cover up sin or to think I will have good luck or fortune? Today both Christianity and Judaism have become secular with God being tagged along on the end, many believe that their good deeds will be enough to get them into Heaven?

The Complete Tanakh tells us that Salvation can only be found in trusting-Faith in the Good works of Yeshua Adonai! Many Jewish people will reject this statement as either madness or lies, while others will take to course of Islam and say he was a Prophet but not divine?

The truth will set you free from the blindness that Elohim Ha ‘Adon has allowed, so that the Goyim may come into fellowship with Y’srael. One does not know why some are chosen and others are not, but what an opportunity to be grasped to know the Messiah!

Romans 11:7,   2 Corinthians 3:14,  Philippians 3:20,  1 Timothy 1:1,  2 Timothy 1:10,  2 Kefa 1:1,  11,  3:18.

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.