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.

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.

High Tower. Part-One.

July 2, 2015

Refuge from Enemies.

The tower in the Complete Tanakh refers to a place of refuge and saftey in times of need and when the enemy attacks.

Psalm 9:9,  61:3,  144:2.

Now that Yeshua Adonai hase been revealed, it is He who we should be running to to Repent and to seek His Eternal home for us in the New Yerushalayim.

Romans 10:5-6, 9-11.