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.

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Treatys Forbidden. Part-Two.

October 29, 2015

The Problems.

Unfortunatly Y’srael did start to make treaties with its neighbours and so not long after entering the Promised Land, their gradual decline was underway. After the time of the Judges, they wanted a King like the other nations so poor Shamu’ EL was put in the position of getting Shua’l and in later year this king would do the unthinkable of seeking a witch to raise the prophet from the grave.

The Babylonian exiles, the destruction of the Temple even after the death and resurrection of Yeshua was the cause of political intrigue. ‘We have no king, but Caesar!, fifty years later they were kicked out of the land.

!834 Years later they wer able to return and 50 years later establish the modern Sate of Israel, but ever since 1948 they are up to the same things again. They are in constant peace negotiations with the P’lishtim, who today are showing them with knives how much peace they want.

Exodus 23:27,  Deuteronomy 7:22-23,  11:25, Joshua 1:5, 6:2, 10:8, 10, 23-25,  23:9.

Ysra’el and Yehudah.

The Prophet Jeremiah said that one day the people would again be re-united as one nation. Along time passed in human history for this to happen. In between there has been many terrible persecutions from the Goyim and false Kings in Ysra’el.

Today we have the established State of Ysra’el it may not yet be a perfect Holy and fearing Elohim, but in the days to come many more will seek Ha’Adon.

Jeremiah 50:4-5,  Hebrews 8:6-10, Yaku’uv 4:9.

 

Natan Navi. Part-One.

July 10, 2014

Dav’id and Shlomo.

Natan was the Prophet who recorded the history of Ysra’el during the reign of King Dav’id and his son Shlomo. The writing down of the scriptures that make up the Tanakh was no easy task and during the reign of two great biblical figures we will see it was hard going for him.

Natan saw Dav’id as a great leader of men and of Ysra’el and in his nature he would have sought to bless him and this is perhaps are warning to us not to be to presumptious in our actions.

Shamu’el-Bet 7:1-17,  7:3,    1 Chronicles 17:1-15,   17:2,  Luke 9:54,  Yohanan 7:3-5,  Yakub 4:13-15.

‘On the road to Ammaus.’ Luke 24:13-35, Mark 16:12-16.

Here we wil only be looking at two verses in the whole story, because they are key verses to understanding why Yeshua cam and died in the way that He had to.  Luke 24:26-27.

At the time and even today many people are looking to the Messiah to be a great prophet and the deliverer of Ysra’el? He is both these expectations, but he is also much more as we will see.  Luke 24:7,  Hebrews 2:10,  1 Kefa 1:11.

Genesis 3:15, Numbers 21:9.    Yochanan 3:14.

Deuteronomy 18:15.     Yochanan 1:45, 5:46.

2 Shamu’el 7:12-16, Yesha’yahu 7:14.    Matthew/Levi 1:23.

Yesha’yahu 9:1.  Matthew/Levi 4:15.

Yesha’yahu 42:1   Mathew/Levi 12:18.

Yesha’yahu 53:4.   Matthew/Levi 8:17,  Luke 22:37.

Dani’el 7:13,  Matthew/Levi 24:30.

Micah 5:2, Matthew/Levi 2:6.

Z’haryah 9:9, Matthew/Levi 21:5, Acts 13:27.