The seventh Day!

It was on this day that Elohim rested from creating the world and the universe, time here is measured in what the human mind can manage to understand? We do not really know how long it took, but it is a far more complex issue that many scientists and believers want to see?

Rest was important to Elohim, and so it must be to us His creation, the whole of the Complete Tanakh tells us the story of interaction between man and the Eternal! Everything is being done to redeem or buy us back to Him!

Yeshua Ha ‘Moshia pointed out to the religious legalists of His day on Earth that to do good on the Shabbat was not breaking Ha ‘Torah, this is the great mercy of Elohim that He is not like us in our thinking!

Genesis 1:5-31,  2:2-3,   Matthew/Levi 12:10-13.

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.

The breath of Elohim.

We learn in the Tanakh that Ruach Ha’Kodesh was given and taken away from individuals who were chosen to carry out the will of Ha’Adon. So we see that the Holy Spirit was not for everyone.

Yet the breath of Elohim was at the creation of the universe and earth, we are told of His nature and purpose and this is missed out in Judaism as something else and not a part of Elohim.

Genesis 1:2,  Exodus 35:21,  Psalm 51:11,  Yesha’Yahu 63:11.

Our Walk with Yeshua.

Ascension is now upon us who know about faith in Yeshua, this was the times after fourty days that our Adonai left His Talmidim and returned to Heaven. this had to happen so that the Ruach Ha’Kodesh could be pourd out on all believers from the Temple in Yerushalayim.

But the question of times and dates were to remain a factor in the mind set of Ha’Yehudim, that the apostle Shaul had to adress in in his first letter in Thessalonika in Greece.

1 Thessalonians 5:1-2,  1 Corinthians 15:52,  2 Kefa 3:10.