The Temple! One.

July 5, 2018

The focus of Y’srael.

In times past the Temple was the focus of the people to bring their sacrifices for their failures to be offered by the priestly order, it was the central place of worship for Ha Y’hudim and the dwelling of Elohim on Earth!

But because of the sin, ignorance and arrogance of the people and the way that the Prophets were mistreated as they tried to warn the Kings that they were going against the will of Elohim to submit, two Temples were destroyed and the nations scattered to the four winds of the Earth via Babylon!

Yeshua told the people two-thousand years ago that their failure to trust in Elohim and to believe in Him was their ruin, because they were trusting in stones and religious duties over that of faith!

Luke 21:6,   1 Kings 9:7-9,   Yesha ‘Yahu 64:10-11,   Jeremiah 26:18,   Lamentations 2:6-8,   Zechariah 14:2,   Matthew/Levi 24:2,   Mark 13:2.

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To Pilate.

Yeshau told Pilate who He was and the power that both of them had came from the same source, thus proving that these events were not that of mere evil men. But this was actually the plan and will of Elohim.

Yochanan 18:36-37.

Behind Yeshau lay a vast army of angels, but they were not to be deployed at this time! Yeshua had to go to the stake, because here the final atonement for sin would be made and the sting of death conqured for all who would have faith in Him.

Yochanan 11:25-26.

They will one day at the end of the ages be deployed, when every eye will see the return of Yeshua Adonai.

Matthew/Levi 24:30,  Mark 13:26.

Natan Navi. Part-Three.

July 24, 2014

First child dies.

Natan told King Dav’id that this first chile of sin was going to die, but despite this revelation of Elohim Dav’id continues to intercede and plea with Ha’Adon for this not to happen. This is the natural side of the human psyche, we want and hope that certain things it will not happen.

It must of been a really terrible time for Bat-Sheva and we see that this is taken into account by the Prophet Nata. Because years later he helps her to make sure that Solomon becomes King of Ysra’el in the will and plans of Elohim.

2 Shamu’el 12:15-20,  Lamentations 3:39-42,  1 Kings 1:11-40.

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.

Wounded for Us.

When we think about wounds today, we associate them with guns and knives and the healing, even if that person is killed. The body has a natural oder to heal, or it tries to.

In the case of Yeshua, this is not so, Yeshua retains the marks of His beatings and being nailed to the stake/tree/cross for us.

Witnesses after the resurrection saw the holes in His hands and feet, when He returns again and we meet Him? We will see those same marks, that we were part of His death, because of our unbelife.

Elohim allowed Yeshua to suffer in this way for us, but it was Yeshua who chose to be obediant to the will of His Father.

Yeshua 53:5,  1 Kefa 2:21-24,  3:18.

Unconditioal Love. Part-Two.

February 20, 2014

Elohim never gives up on us.

Elohim loves us and he will never give up on us, He will try and try again and again to choose those He has called. It is then our own choice to choose Him. This process is not Eternal, because there are the Saved and the Lost.

Humans are different from every other creature, we have been given free will, to choose between doing what is right and what is wrong.

Elohim will always be with us who believe by faith in the death and resurrection of His Son Yeshua Adonai, this is because we have now been purchased by Him in the final Atonement of the sacrifice upon the stake/tree made by Yeshua.

Psalm 130:3-4,    143:2,    Yesha’Yahu 49:4,    Galatians 2:16,    19-21.