Simchat Ha ‘Torah! One.

October 31, 2019

The Importance of the Complete Tanakh?

Even today this is not a light matter for all who take their Judaism seriously and it should be the more so for all believers in Yeshua Adonai!

This is indeed a very Holy book that needs full respect, traditions and ritualism in both Christianity and Judaism has blinded faith to make it into something that it was never intended to be and yet it must remain sacred in our understanding of it?

For legalists it is a book to be obeyed and not tinkered or interfered with, for believers it is to be taken seriously and what it says in relation to the New Testament applied in the life of the New believer!

Matthew/Levi 22:40,   1 Corinthians 15:6,    Galatians 3:12-13,   4:21,   Hebrews 7:16,   19,   Ya’akov 2:10,   12.

A page out of the History of Israel.

For all the new political leaders of the world (Britain)?

Yoshi ‘yah (Josiah) was a man who wanted to worship Elohim and to follow Ha ‘Torah, but he was wise to seek the council of God through the Prophetess Hul ‘dah (Hulda).

Many politicians are running head long into some serious trouble today both in Britain and the U.S, they just do not get it that N-Korea has a unstable dictator, China may be vying for a war and Islamic State, Al-Quida and many others are no easy swipe aways?

Nominations, political reform and promises can all be made today, Huldah warned the King, ‘You are with Elohim and your familiy will not see the ultimate exile that is coming, because the people are not really with you?

This the facts of life and the fate of many a great leadership, wither political or Royal. This is a eternal warning from the Complete Tanakh (Holy Bible).

1 Kings 22:14-20,  2 Chronicles 34:22-25,  Acts 20:29.

Elohim Delivered Y’srael.

Today thousands return making Aliya each year, sometimes the numbers vary but still they come. Many would say this was Israel’s right to do this plan of bringing our own home and it has been a success for many years.

What they fail to see is that the Tanakh is full of promises in relation to the return and restoration of the nation. Men have plans and some are inspired by Elohim, as in this case.

Modern Israel is so caught up in its humanistic ideals, that it remains in some senses bling to the reality of what Elohim is doing?

Yesha ‘Yahu 49:6,   Jeremiah 27:22,   Acts 1:6.

Blocked Off. Part-One.

August 6, 2015

Failure to Understand.

The Yehudim have a serious problem in relation to failing to see what the Tanakh has to say about Messiah. This is constantly pointed out to the religious leaders throughout the scriptures, but they cannot still see or understand it?

Traditions and rituals over time have clocked their minds from reading the Tanakh, the Mishna has replaced direct understanding and the various teachings of different Rabbinaicle schools have done the same.

Acts 13:27,  Psalm 2:7.

Yesha-Yahu 53.

This is the missing scroll from the Tanakh, many good excuses have been made for this text in Yehudaim but non of them justify its exclusion. Many scholars have argued ‘that if their interpretation of the vowel pointings are coreect and then are applied to all of these collective writings, their is no mention of Moshiach, as Christians claim? But when this change is made to the account of the promised Moshiac, the account of Yesha’Yahu 53 will appear in another place of the collective writings.

This proves to anyone who is studying the Holy scriptures of Elohim, that they cannot be written by men. But that they have to come through the revelation of Elohim to the ancient scribes. Over the years many schools of thought in Ysra’el and around the Disporah continue to reject parts of Tanakh Ha’Kodesh, as nothing more than a fablse.

Meanwhile taking out Ha’Torah and then rejecting everthing around it in the scriptures, is a deadly violation of Ha’Adon Adonai words to us.

We first must have a living personal relationship with Ha’Adon, who gives to us His Ruach Ha’Kodesh to interpret what the ‘Abba Father is saying to us. This in turn has nothing to do with keeping the traditions of men. It is in this scroll that we are shown who the real Messiah of Ysra;el is and what was the purpose of His coming first to Ysrael and then to the Goy’im.  Yohanan 3:15-21.

Yesha’Yahu 53:1,   Yohanan 12:37-43.

Promiscuity. Part-Three.

January 30, 2014

Illicit Sex.

The Complete Tanakh is very clear on what Elohim wants for us to do, how to live and how to walk with Him and His Son Yeshua on this side of our Eternity. Originally Ha’Torah or legal requirements were for one people and race Ysra’el. But now that the Messiah Yeshua Adonia has completed His work of atonement the Goyim has been included en-mass.

Our sexual relations must only be between a man and a woman and nothing else human or animal. But the hearts of humans are naturally selfish and we are easily lead to have other desires, Sin is attrative but its wages only bring us death and failure.

Romans 6:23,   1 Corinthians 5:1,   6:9,  13,  18,   7:2.

Yeshua Speaks…Part-Three.

October 31, 2013

‘To Yohanan.

Yohanan the Talmidim is now an old man serving a prison term in a quarry on the Greek island of Patmos. One day he receives a vision of Yeshua speaking to him about future events that are to happen in history and the times leading to the end of the ages. We know this as the book of the Revelation.

This is the last book of the New Testament and the complete Tanakh. It is here that we learn of the agenda set out by Elohim. yeshua Adonia is to return for His Ekklesia and then Satan is to be released.

Revelation 1:8, 11,  18-20,   2:1-3;22,

Yeshua Speaks…Part-Two.

October 24, 2013

Paul.

Yeshua spoke to Sha’ul before he was saved and many times after his conversion. Yeshua continues to speak to every believer today, through His word the complete Tanakh and through the Ruach Ha’Kodesh in our hearts.    Act 9:4-6.

Yeshua speaks words of comfort and reassurances to build us up and encourage us to go on. If you cannot hear these words from Elohim, there is a problem.   Act 9:11-12,   15-16,   12:16,   18:9-10.

‘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.