It is good to begin the day reading the Word of Yahuah. The word “good” is important, though we take it for granted, lumping it into the category of words we classify automatically and without much thought. Many, if not most readers here have a Biblical worldview. Amen. That is part of the Way.
The Powerful Delusion – Is The Delusion This: “We Are Not Under The Law”?
The Lord Yahuah will allow people to believe a huge error because they “did not receive the love of the truth.”
2nd Thessalonians 2:10 – “and in all deceit of unrighteousness(the lies that lawlessness is covered by grace) in those being lost (in the process of falling away), because they did not receive(it is offered and taught in the Scriptures – but rejected by the church)the love of the truthin order for them to be saved.” 2Th 2:11 And because of this, God will send to them a working of error, for them to believe the lie, (“a working of error” sounds like a work within the church, a doctrine in the church that is in error and that this error is a lie, not a mistake; a false premise, not a position of sound doctrine.)
If we do not “receive the love of the truth”, then what does the Holy Bible tell us “truth” is? [AnythingPopup id=”3″] Yahuah says so – Ps 119:142 “Your righteousness is an everlasting righteousness, And Your law (Torah) is truth. (NKJV)
Sitting in Sunday School this morning, our teacher asked everyone to turn to 1st John, chapter three, verse four. I love this scripture, as it defines what sin is. Let me ask you, before you go further, what is sin?
Its clearly defined for us. My Pastor said “We should believe what Jesus says about the Word of God”., and he is right. My Pastor also said “When we contradict Yahweh, we blaspheme Him”, which is also true.
So what is sin, brothers?
Most people in your church, including you, likely do not know. Our Pastors teach continually the necessity of “not sinning”. We all know sin = bad. We all know we are sinners, yet as Paul said, we do continually obey our flesh and deny our minds, ultimately we sin. But sin can be avoided, because Yahuah tells us plainly each sin. In writing.
If you want to understand where you stand with the Rabbis, watch this video. Acccording to their writings and current beliefs, any “gentile” (they consider all non-Jews to be “gentiles”. That is incorrect. Any UNSAVED non-Jew is, scripturally, a gentile. A SAVED non-Jew is, scripturally, ISRAEL.) is unworthy to follow, study or read Torah.
People are important, and if we are the body of Yahusha, the savior of mankind, we will love and do good to any who persecute us. We will, as much as possible, live in peace with all men. We will be slow to take offense, and quick to forgive, forgiving 70 times seven times lest we be turned over to the torturers.
We follow Him throughout our day. We choose our path and He directs our steps. We cannot bring peace to the world, my dear sisters and brothers.
I have not posted much lately, mostly because my life has been rapidly evolving and I lacked the focus to share any meaningful information. In the last 90 days, my wife divorced me, my oldest and dearest friend died without bothering to even let me know he was sick, and I walked out of my Christian church convinced that there is no good going to come from my fellowship with the members there.
I have been in a serious bind maritally for many years. Although I loved my wife, there were several important issues that had made life together extremely difficult for many years. I prayed for YEARS for Yahuah to resolve them, and finally, this year, I began to pray that He would provide a definitive conclusion to our problems. Continue reading “Let The Christians Go”
Let me tell you this: I used to slaughter and BBQ a live rabbit every Easter just to drive the point home to my baby girl that there was no bunny in Easter. I served him on a platter with a small apple in its mouth. Furious at what human beings had done to mock the conquest of death by Yahusha.
Last week I started teaching my sons from the Book of Matthew (Besorah Matityah, or “The Good News According to Matthew”). Matityah (aka Matthew by the KJV translators/creators) is a very special book on the Word of Yahuah, because it teaches so many things.
One of the “things” that Matityah teaches which is quite remarkable is this: If you do not forgive your enemies, or those who have harmed you, Yahuah (“God” per the KJV translators) will not forgive you of your own sins.
Let’s begin a divine instruction study by starting at Deuteronomy (DaBarim, Hebrew for “The Words”), ch 12. While there are many commands of Yahuah, beginning in Genesis with “Let light come to be”, DaBarim 12 is the only place that I find which begins with:
These are the laws and rightrulings which you guard to do in the land which your Yahuah, Alahim of your fathers, is giving you to possess, all the Yomim (days) that you live on the soil.”
If you are obedient to the command in Numbers that states from the mouth of Yahuah that there is one law in the congregation of the Hebrews and the non-Hebrews, that we are all commanded to submit to the same set of instructions, then congratulations, for you have received the love for the Truth.