Yom Ha ‘Adon!

September 5, 2019

Be careful for what you wish For?

The Complete Tanakh can be a scary book at times, since we are reading the words and the directions of Elohim in them?

Many believers today in their struggles and difficulties will at times long for the return of Ha ‘Adonai and we are all guilty of this, but we are warned that this day is not a relief but one of darkness, dread and destruction!

Basically the end of this world, and it makes one wonder about how Noah and his family felt after the flood, seeing the new Earth?

Our emphasis must be on sharing Yeshua with the already decaying Ha ‘Olim and their need for salvation?

Amos 5:18,    Zechariah 14:7,   Matthew/Levi 24:36,   Acts 1:7,   Revelation 16:15.

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Yom Kippure. Part-Two.

October 1, 2015

Yeshua Forgives.

The sin of the people of Y’srael is not over after Yom Kippure, even though now it is Sukkot and we are heading for Simchat Torah. Sin is an ever present problem that needs to be sorted out immediatly.

Faith in Yeshua today will change that situation and burden that Ha’Torah cannot do. Yeshua has made the final atonement for our failure and by trusting in Him Ha’Torah is fulfilled. because He was the perfect man the second Adam, who gave His life for us.

Yochanan 3:15-16,  11:25-26, Hebrews chapter 5.

Yom Kippure. Part-One.

September 24, 2015

Sin.

We all suffer from this inherited terminal illness!

There is no point trying to say, ‘that we are born innocent, because that is a untruth.’

We are out of control, when it comes to how sin effects us, it leads us always into disasters and a maze of tangled weeds in our lives causing more problems. The first six hundered and one years on this planet, humanity went out of controle and Elohim had to end these peopls. From Noach and his family only eight people started the new human linage again.

Many Jewish people today will mark this time of the traditional year, but they have no belief in the events of the Tanakh, only picking out the bits such as Abraham and Moshe.

But we must continue to address the seriousness of Sin today, because it has not changed. All the Patriarchs had one thing in common, they had faith in Elohim to answer. Today we have Yeshua and without faith in Him, no one will see New Life, but face the damnation of Hell.

Genesis chapters 6-7,  12:1-3,  Exodus 3:7-10,  Yesha ‘Yahu 28:18-22,  Matthew/Levi 23:33,  Hebrews 2:3,  11:1-11.