Abandonment! Two.

September 20, 2018

Rejection of the Truth?

Ritualism and tradition are very good ways to pretend to be keeping rules, while breaking every sing one of them! Many religions today worship idols and many who don’t believe in any Spiritual powers, still worship their achievements and things?

Humanity by our nature cannot escape belief in something, this has been proved time and again! We see it in Communism with man worship, in China with money and things, in the west with wealth and property?

The temporal will all fade away and what we claim to have abandoned will catch up with us on the Judgement Day, when the time for repenting and confessing our failures will have runout!

Today, now we can say sorry to Elohim, even if we have been a long time away! But you have been warned that these are serious matters that now need to be considered and decided upon?

Numbers 14:28,   Deuteronomy 4:29,  32:29,  Yov 8:5,   Amos 5:4,   Luke 19:10,   Acts 13:46,   Romans 6:11,  11:22,   Hebrews 10:24,   Ya’akov/James 5:11,   Revelation 9:6.

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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.

The Uncertainty of Life?

December 28, 2017

Knowing the Future!

The only way to truly know what our future holds is to repent of our failures and turn to Elohim for the promise of Eternal Life!

This past two months one has had the flu and complications with it, leading to illness and then it repeating leading to some serious advice to move on! Which has been both heeded and acted upon, because if it was not life would be shorter?

The problems of life can sometimes lay with our own attitudes, we can either become proud or just get stuck in the mud? We make excuses that we are doing this for Elohim Ha Adon, when it would be better to move on and let the wicked have their way!

Luke 3:11,   Matthew/Levi 5:11-48,   Proverbs 23:6.

Purim-Ester, Easter/Pesach-Yeshua,

I must say sorry for getting my dates wrong, but we know that Elohim will overrule and use it for His glory anyway. During the Babylonian exile Elohim allowed Queen Ester to be the tool to rescue and deliver His people Y’srael.

Two-thousand years ago Elohim sent us His one and only son and through the events of His three year ministry many people were healed of their many afflictions from blindness, lameness, serious illness and mental, if not demonic disturbances.

But the final work of Yeshua was that of His death on the stake/tree of cursing and resurrection from the dead. This was the final atonement of the Pesach-Passover. Blood has to be shed to make atonement for all sin and now that this one and final atonement has been achieved, all who repent and have faith in Yeshua will come into Eternal Life with Him.

Exodus 23:15-18, Numbers 9:2-3, Ester 2:27, chapters 4-9, Matthew/Levi 20:28, Hebrews 7:7m 9:24-28, 10:10, 12, 14, 1 Kefa 1:8-9.

Yom Kippure. Part-Two.

October 1, 2015

Yeshua Forgives.

The sin of the people of Y’srael is not over after Yom Kippure, even though now it is Sukkot and we are heading for Simchat Torah. Sin is an ever present problem that needs to be sorted out immediatly.

Faith in Yeshua today will change that situation and burden that Ha’Torah cannot do. Yeshua has made the final atonement for our failure and by trusting in Him Ha’Torah is fulfilled. because He was the perfect man the second Adam, who gave His life for us.

Yochanan 3:15-16,  11:25-26, Hebrews chapter 5.

Repent and be Saved.

March 12, 2015

‘I take no pleasure in the death of evil Men.’

Elohim is mercyfull and He has no desire to see anyone one lost, for lack of believing in Him. We are now near to the time of Passover and deliverance from slavery. This story is once more coming through in the Easter message of our Messiah dying and shedding His blood on the tree/stake for us.

Faith is the key to believing Elohim, but to know the fulness of the promised New Life we must first repent of our failures and believe in the works of Yeshua Adonai. His death and resurrection from the grave, this His victory for us.

Yezeki’ EL 33:10-20,  Luke 15:20-37,  Acts 3:19,  Romans 14:11,  1 Timothy 2:4,  1 Kefa 3:9.

Repentance.

We all are sinners and sometimes life is very difficult, these are are hours of despare.

This is now our oppertunity to turn and seek Elohim, but traditions and actions will not resolve our situations.

There has to be a repenting and the refusal to turn back again to do the same things.

Confession is much more than a feeling it is a change of mental attitudes, what i was I no longer am in Yeshua Adonai.

Mathhew/Levi 5:21,  9:16, Romans 6:6, Ephesians 4:22.

Av 9. Part-Two.

June 26, 2014

Destruction.

The Babylonians came marching in to Yerushalayim and destroyed the Temple and all the important buildings of the capital, that is what invasions are all about and it continues to this day.

Elohim had sent prophet, after Prophet to warn the Kings of Israel to stop Sinning and turn back to Him, but they refused to listen and in turn killed the true Prophets, while continuing to listen to the false ones.

Yesha’Yahu 64:11,  Yirmeyahu  36:27-32,  Divrei-Hayamim-Bet 36:19.

There today remains a serious lesson for modern Ysra’el and the Diasporah, that Elohim does not tolerate Sin and He seeks us to repent and believe by faith in His Son Yeshua Adoani.

Rules, Laws, Commandments, observance in them and keeping traditions written by various religious men will not save us.

Luke 13:3,  5,  Acts 8:22.

 

Offended.

Most people, even His Tamidim were offended and scared on the night that He was betrayed by Yehuda in the garden.

Yeshua was not attractive, He was a plain man and yet he was a perfect man. Yeshua knew the cost He was to face going to the stake for us, He had been rejected already by all sorts of people from the crowd to the religious men of the day.

Yeshua first experienced this pain, so that we who would place our trust in Him by Faith and Repentance would know that our trials are nothing compared  to what He went through for us.

So through it all we  should be encouraged and strengthened to push on.

Today many people are still offended by what Yeshua has to say, but if we want the truth and to find Eternity, we must trust in Him, because there is no other way.

Yesha’Yahu 53:3-4,    Mark 14:27,  50,   Yohanan 8:48-52,