Unbelief?

By traditional Judaism the lies and bribes given to cover the events of the rising of Yeshua Ha ‘Adon have remained to this day, but some Yehud’im know sort of believe He was a good man and nothing more than a Prophet?

Elohim has blinded the majority of the Jewish people from knowing the Messiah, but individuals are still allowed to come to faith in Yeshua! The reason for this blinding behind the vail is so that the Goyim may also come into this rest with Y’srael!

Faith is difficult for many to grasp, because it has nothing to do with the ritualism of claiming to keep Ha ‘Torah when we know that no one can actually keep all of it because of our inherited condition of sin and failures!

Psalm 69:22-23,   Matthew/Levi 17:23,    20:19,   Mark 9:22-23,   Yochanan 3:3, 14-18,   Acts 10:40,   Romans 11:7-11,   Colossians 2:8-15.

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Keeping Shabbat.

Elohim created and on the seventh day He rested, this the example he left for all who follow Him to keep! Ha ‘Shabbat is giving one day to God, since we have six others to work and play?

The problems arrise when we make it a law, that is outside the confines of Ha ‘Torah? This is the problem with religion and the ritualism of traditions without the trust in Him.

Once the people of Y’srael where offering up second class animals, today that could be said to be foriegn coins under the 10% that Elohim asks believers to give?

Genesis 2:2-3,  Exodus 16:26-27,  Malachi 1:13,  Acts 5:1-5,  Hebrews 4:4.

Cost of Faith in Yeshua.

December 24, 2015

Many claim to be believers!

But few really are, why?  Because it does really cost us many things to believe in the Messiah.

Religion is easy, keeping traditions even more so, many who claim to have converted have not. They still cling to oder and keep special days, some even still keep Ha’Torah, not fulling understanding that they have been released from it.

Yeshua must be the focus of our faith daily, in actions, in service and in words. It will cost us dealry as our first martyred brother Stephen, and we must see through the hatred and failure of our own race in relation to their zealous attitudes. Acts 7:60-8:1.

Matthew/Levi 11:28-30,   1 Corinthians 4:11-15,    Hebrews 13:1-3.