Shavo’ut. Two.

June 8, 2017

Fruit of Ha Ruach!

It is one thing to have the fruit or the gifting of Elohim, but it is another thing to have love for others? Especially when they insult, undermine and cut us down, when we are not overly angered but have the insight to see that they are blinded as once we were in ignorance?

It is hard to be a believer, no matter what religious or non-religious backgrounds we may come from? The Complete Tankah tells us that there are only two kinds of people in this world, those know Ha ‘Adonai and those who do not, or who refuse to know Him!

The fruit is the outcome of the gift’s that are poured in and out of us, many rush for the big ones, teaching, tongues, prophecy? Yet it is the building of our character that is an essential work of Ruach Ha ‘Kodesh in us to end the temptations of self-centeredness and the cry of, ‘I want!’

Galatians 5:14,  16-21,  22-26,  Deuteronomy 21:20,  Psalm 1;3,  92:14,  John 16:7,  Romans 8:2,  4-5,  10,  2 Corinthians 3:6,  Ya’akov 3:17-18.

Blocked Off. Part-Two.

August 13, 2015

Yeshua Explains.

Yeshua was always telling the religious men of His day the way to Salvation in Messiah, as they followed Him. They themselves had various reasons for following, some did believe but still like the Talmidim could not totally grasp it all. others we know were trying to catch Him out with Ha’ Torah and others were determined to kill Him.

Today many Yehudim are making Aliyah to Ha’Eretz Y’rael and in their home land it is dawning on them that there is more to this secular pluralism that has to do with the fulfillment of Prophecy. In the process the Kingdom is growning in numbers and being added to daily.

”Praise Ha’Adonai.”

Yochanan 3:3-8,  Genesis 1:11,   Daniel 12:3,   Romans 6:8,  8:21,  1 Corinthians 15:38-42,  Galatians 6:8.

Circumcised.

We see that Yeshua as a baby had to be circumcised on the eight day as the Torah required his parents to fulfill. This was the beginning of life time of connection with Har Hek’el.

Unfortunately many ‘Christians over look these events as irrelevant, but we must never do this. Because this shows that He was first a Jew and the Messiah of Ysra’el. While in the Temple, there were two people and man and a woman who had lived to see this day and to prophecy the arrival of the messiah in human form.

We are also given a prophetic utterance by a priest prior to the birth of his son Yohanan the Baptizer, who would be a forerunner of the Messiah being revealed to the world.  Luke 1:5-23,  57-64,  2:21-39,  25-35,  36-37.