Good morning to you all. I do hope and pray that I find you well and living in peace with the loving Spirit of Yahuah. Do not be fearful in these last days. Encourage each other. Trust Yahusha, the one called Jesus, Yeshua, Yeshu, Yehoshuah (That “o” in that +time was pronounced “oo” ((u)), I think).
I struggle with a lack of passion in my writing these days, and for that I apologize. In days past I would write with vigor, passion and anger. I would rage at the end-times and the wicked minions of Satan who worked day and night to deceive us, to lie, to poison and wage war and do every evil thing against us.
It was a surprise to me to discover how embedded Talmud was becoming in my primary Torah-oriented church, and the Jew’y accouterment which adorned many of my brothers turned out to be mere inventions of the very Talmudists themselves.
The Jews have no love of Yahuah. The god they love is filled with hate, especially hatred for the Palestinians. The god the Rabbis love is the same god who hates every enemy of the Jews, especially the Iranians and the wandering homeless of Gaza. Their god hates every dead Palestinian child, and most of all their god hates the one called “Jesus”, whom the Rabbis claim is boiling in a pit of human feces this very minutes.
Do not be taken in by any Jewish nonsensical decadence. They are not the “chosen people”. Remember that Yahuah stated plainly that he will have mercy on whomsoever He chooses.
Eph 1:4 According as he has chosen us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before him in love: Eph 1:5 Having predetermined us unto the adoption of children by Yahusha Ha’Mashiach to himself, according to the good pleasure of his will,
He chose whomsoever He desired. He pre-determined from the beginning of the beginning whom He would save, and He saved them. If you are saved, it is He who saved you. John writes that the names of the elect were “written down before the foundation of the world in the book of life of the Lamb who was slain” (Revelation 13:7-8).
Before the foundation of the world. Wow. He also says that “No one can come to me unless the Father who sent me draws him. And I will raise him up on the last day” (John 6:44) So are the “Jews” chosen? Are they lining up to be baptized? Did Yahuah save them from the beginning of foundation of the world?
The “chosen people” must therefore be saved by Yahusha. They are what one might call “Christians”. Therefore, what percent of these “Chosen people” are Christian Jews?
The U.S. government estimates the total population at 8.9 million (midyear 2022). According to the country’s Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) classification system (2021 data), approximately 73.8 percent of the population is Jewish, 18 percent Muslim, 1.9 percent Christian, and 1.6 percent Druze
Only 1.9 percent from a nation filled with the alleged “Chosen People”. They don’t even show up on a list of national Christian percentages. So are the “Jews” God’s Chosen People? Of course not. He has chosen very, very few Jews, and remember that Yahuah chose His people before the earth was even formed.
The Chosen people are the Elect.
The Lord Jesus declares in John chapter 6 that, “No one can come to me unless the Father who sent me draws him. And I will raise him up on the last day” (John 6:44), and, “All that the Father gives me will come to me and whoever comes to me I will never cast out” (6:37). He also declares “And this is the will of him who sent me, that I should lose nothing of all that he is giving me, but raise it up on the last day.” (6:39) When Christ here preached the sovereignty of God in salvation, “The Jews grumbled about him,” (6:41) and “many of his disciples turned back and no longer walked with him” (6:66), leaving only Him and twelve disciples.
The Jews rejected Yahusha in part because He point-blank said that people have nothing to do with salvation, that those who are called are called before the earth was created. Looking at the percentages of saved Jews, we see that virtually none of them are saved, therefore they clearly are not the Chosen people of Yahuah.
Listen to me – virtually all dead Jews are in hell, and among the living, virtually all of the living Jews will go to hell.
So what Son of Yahuah will wear the religious garb of such wicked men?
This excludes the Tzitzit, which is defined by Yahuah Himself and we are instructed to wear it by Yahuah Himself. I do strongly encourage those who walk in the Way to wear Tzitzit (Tsiytsith). If you claim to follow Yahusha yet still refuse to wear Tzitzit, then one can legitimately ask if that person actually loves Yahuah.
Num 15:37 And Yahuah spoke unto El־Mosheh, saying,
Num 15:38 Speak unto the children of Yashar’el, and bid them that they make them tsiytsith in the borders of their garments throughout their generations, and that they put upon the tsiytsith of the borders a ribband of blue:
Num 15:39 And it shall be unto you a tsiytsith, that ye may look upon it, and remember all the commandments of Yahuah, and do them; and that ye seek not after your own heart and your own eyes, after which ye use to go a whoring:
Num 15:40 That ye may remember, and do all my commandments, and be holy unto your Elohiym.
Num 15:41 I am Yahuah Elohaykem, which brought you out of the land of Mitsrayim, to be your Elohiym: I am Yahuah Elohaykem.
Blue. No white color mentioned. Let’s guess – a Rabbinical modification because those Rabbis just cannot abide obedience to Yahuah, even in the smallest of things.
Q: Why are there blue threads woven into the tassels of the Tallit?
A: Most tallitot do not have blue threads. The reason some do is because it is commanded in the Torah to include a “petil techelet” (a thread of “techelet”).
Now, the reason why most tallitot do not include a blue thread these days is the rabbis are not certain of how to obtain the techelet dye anymore. It comes from a creature known as a “chilazon” which, when crushed, bleeds a bluish, possibly purplish blood. The rabbis, when uncertain, tend to err on the side of caution and, because nobody is 100% certain of what a chilazon is, they would rather omit the blue thread than add one that is not kosher.
Kosher? – hmmm… So the Rabbis remove the blue thread because it is an unknown shade of blue? And they want it to be “kosher”? Well, if you go to google and search “What makes something kosher?” all you get is food links. Kosher is about food “blessed” by a Rabbi. So the Rabbis conclude that, because they do not know what shade of blue to put in the Tzitzit, it is best to remove it, thereby removing the only thread specifically required by Yahuah. See how that Rabbinic deceit works? And the Talmud is a large collection of Rabbinical blasphemy so they have a lot of space to lie.
I promise I will not continue to expose the blasphemers, because there is a lot of wonderful Truth that we need to cast our eyes upon. I am less Torah than I was, because in my two forays into Torah “church”, Jesus was just not praised very often and Talmud was esteemed by the elders. Disgusting. We need to focus on salvation and saving lost people. Yes, I do know that the saved are pre-ordained to be saved, but what if you are the trigger? What if a person will not call out the name of Yahusha until YOU testify the Truth to that person?
I tell you, people come to salvation in the strangest places. I was riding my mountain bike in McAlister Park in San Antonio, TX one afternoon and stopped to chat with another rider for a few minutes, and that dude got saved right there in the trees beside the trail. I bet the whole interlude took less than ten minutes and I was back on the trails on my bike. In fact, I never even got off my bicycle, nor did he.
So he was ready to say yes when I posed the question to him.
People are probably kind of stupefied by world events these days, and I suspect they might be resistant to testimony. Try and see how they respond. I will, too.
I really love you. We live in some depressing times and it is not easy to be upbeat and joyful. But do keep your chin up. Maintain your faith. Trust Jesus. He is very eager to come, and He soon will. Be faithful, even when your fellow brothers or sisters are not. The faithless who judge you will be judged by their own measure. Pity them. The world is filled to the rafters with judgmental believers who will never actually love you.
I love you. Yahusha loves you. He is coming. Praise Yah!