Hard Living. Part-One.

September 3, 2015

Under Attack.

Its one thing to be Jewish and be attacked over policy in Israel, but it is another to be a beliver in Yeshau and take it from both sides. The Complete Tanakh shows us that King Da’vid was a man on the run from his own people and also living in fear of the Goyim at the same times.

He was wise in that he trusted in Elohim all the time and this trust and faith has not changed, even today. We must press on trusting and seeking Yeshua becuase he fulfills all His promises to us. When we have Him, we need not fear man, because if we die we go to be with Messiah.

Psalm 27:1, 28:7-8, 56:2-4,  Yochanan 8:20, Philippians 4:13,  Hebrews 13:6.

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P’lishtim. Part-two.

September 11, 2014

Palestine not…

We have a serious misunderstanding problem today that the world is ignoring, the people who claim to be Paelestians are not. In fact 90% of them are Egyptians and the rest Bedouin. Meanwhile there is also about 2% of Christians, who are traditional rather than born-again.

It was under the Roman occupation that the name Palestine was first concieved and this had more to do with Syria than Israel. It was the policy of the Romans as adolf Hitler to totally eradicate the Jewish race from the face of the earth. But ‘boo to both of them, because Elohim keeps His promiese to His people Ysrael and Ekklesia. Amen.

2 Chronicles 9:8,  Revelation 7:5.

Them and Us.

Elohim has allowed His people Ysra’el to be temporaly blinded to the truth of Yeshua Adonai, so that the Goyim have the chance of Salvation. This is the facts and the truths about this new disspensation, some Yehudim will be saved at this time and at the end when Yeshua reveals Himself all of Ysra’el will be saved.

There is a balance here that really needs to be understood by both sides, despite Yeshua saying that there is no differences. There is in the relationship of the Ekklesia and Ysra’el.

Elohim does not go back on His promises and He has not replaced the ‘Church with Ysra’el either.

Roman 11:16-18.