The love of Elohim!

October 4, 2018

‘Not an excuse for Sin?

Today it is very hard to find believers who follow the teachings of the Complete Tanakh/Holy Bible, who are not adding things on that have nothing to do with Elohim!

Much of this comes from the lack of the ability to read the Tanakh/Bible and many believe that somehow Yeshua has done away with Ha ‘Torah/The Law, when in the Gospels we are told that He did not!

What is prevalent is the excuse to deliberately sin in the hope that God has forgiven and excused our future situation, but alas that is not how it works! The false ideas of ‘Once saved always saved, excuses sin and gives the impression that we can just say sorry sometimes and Elohim will let us off with it?

Accountability and responsibility are two of the most important actions of faith, how we appear to Ha ‘Olam will mark us out as wither we live by what we claim to be or show us to be hypocrites and thus loose our witness?

Exodus 34:6,   Deuteronomy 7:12,   Yochanan 3:3,   3:14-18,   2 Corinthians 9:13, Ephesians 2:4,   Alef  Yochanan 3:17,   Jude 1:21.

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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.

Marriage. Part-Two.

February 5, 2015

The Bible and our Age.

Very few Christians today follow or keep what the bible has to say on many subjects, so instead of applying many have found ways to get around its commands. This is what happened to Ysrael in the past and the consequenses were the Babylonian exile for the survivors.

Today we who are believers in Yeshua, will on the Day of Judgement have to give an account of our actions to Elohim. We will also be juged on our words and what we said in life.

There can be no excuses in marriage, no ground for adultry or same sex relationships with the excuses of we loved each other. People can love each other and live together, there is nothing wrong with that. When perverted sexual practice is employed we are now up against forbidden Sins.

Leviticus 18:22-24, Judges 19:22-26, 1 Kings 14:24, Romans 1:24-27, Yehudim 1:7-8.

Victory. Part-Two.

March 7, 2014

Living in the Victory.

Knowing anything is one thing, but moving on with it is another.

We have overcome death, but that does not mean we have to die in our bodies.

What we have is the assurance of knowing we live on to Eternal Life.

Having this knowledge should be enough for us to do great things for God!

So then why do we allow ourselves to be stopped?

Acts 17:31,  Colossians 2:2,   1 Thessalonians 1:5,  Hebrews 11:1.

For study, if you want to?

Overcome.

Knowing.

Barriers.

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.

A New and Living Way.

If we profess to believe and follow Yeshua Ha’Adonai we will have started to walk in the New Living Way. The Ha’Derek to Eternity.  but despite having both this great trust and faith in Him, we must keep to the Way. even when it gets hard and very hard.

Elohim, Yeshua knows us, He sees us and we still have to give Ha’Abba an account at the end like everyone else. Many believe sadly, that they can continue as they were. but this is not so.  Hebrews 10:20-23,  Ephesians 2:10,  Hebrews 12:14,  2 Kefa 3:13.