The Tzitzit Is Commanded By Yahuah. The Tallit Is A Rabbinical Fabrication. Rabbis Reject Messiah. The Holy Spirit Rejects Rabbis.

 

I asked the pastor of my church yesterday if the “tallit” was biblical, and he replied that it was.  I’ve never owned or put on a tallit, but have always admired them.  They look cool.  So it is unusual that I would wait a few decades before even looking the name up, which I did five minutes before I started this writing.  You will be surprised to learn that the tallit is just a Rabbinical fabrication.  Not biblical at all.  Not spoken once in the Holy Bible.

So I will pass on the made-up tradition.

How people can go out of their way to emulate the sick minds who crucified the Savior of Yahuah’s fallen masterpiece is a mystery.  How they can read the Babylonian Talmud, which specifically promotes sex with children, or the Kabbalah, which is even worse, farther from God than the Talmud and essentially a book of witchcraft, troubles me greatly.

Please, let me rant a moment.  People revere Rabbis as if they are extensions of Yahuah Himself.  Nothing could be farther from the Truth.  The Rabbis (with a few exceptions) are vehemently anti-Christ.  Being children of ha shatan, they hate Truth and cannot be filled with the spirit of Yahuah.  They walk in darkness and know not the Truth.  They do not walk in the Way.

It is they who need wise council from you.

 

Kabbalah came from Babylon, and it is the religion of the sons of serpent, and the vehicle for delivering the satanism today. Satan’s control of the dark side seems to have been done mainly through Kabbalah, and it is going on even more actively now. Satan sows many seeds. This shrewd serpent of old has so many “shops” and “flavors” for all of the man’s needs and preferences, or they come in variety of “packages,” sort to speak, which makes it difficult to identify what it really is…

And, the Satanism is like the sugar in candy, and Kabbalah is a flavor of that candy, a specially concocted flavor. Our focus, Judaism, is the main distributor and vehicle of it, and Freemasonry is another. Then, Messianic Judaism is the newly designed attractive package just for you, Christians.

https://christianobserver.net/what-is-the-kabbalah-and-why-is-it-so-bad/

You may download the entire writing quoted above below if you wish.  It might come in handy if you have a friend who thinks Talmud and Kabbalah are “just fine”, or claims to read them to “study”.  It is the satan worming his way into their souls. Its a fascinating read.  Print a copy and give it away.

What is the Kabbalah_ (And Why Is It So Bad_) – Christian Observer __ Reader View

For reliable information on the Talmud, click here.

Noahide Law, a popular Jewish fabrication, states in its charter that people must renounce “Jesus” or be executed; that non-Jews cannot study Torah.  It is the Rabbis who created the name “Hashem” for Yahuah.  They did that to hide His name, to make His name into nothing, an direct and blasphemous violation of the command that we not make Yahuah’s name “into nothing”.  (Paleo Hebrew, original tablets.)

*It also violates the paleo-Hebrew original 3rd commandment not to take Yahuah’s name in vain.  The better interpretation of the paleo-Hebrew original is the command that we “not make His name into nothing“, which is broader in scope and means to either make His name into a common verb to use, in example, as in when one stubs one’s toe, or to mistranslate His name to the point where the name becomes meaningless.  “Jesus” is a meaningless name, and a made up one at that.  “Yahusha” has great meaning. (*comment by Jerry Davis)

So my dear brothers and sisters, if you fail to remove this poison from your homes, and if you fail to repent of this grave transgression – this looking onto evil to study it, your lives will be ruined and your good name darkened.

1 Kings 11:1-5
(1) But King Solomon loved many foreign women, as well as the daughter of Pharaoh: women
of the Moabites, Ammonites, Edomites, Sidonians, and Hittites– (2) from the nations of whom
the LORD had said to the children of Israel, “You shall not intermarry with them, nor they with
you. Surely they will turn away your hearts after their gods.” Solomon clung to these in love. (3)
And he had seven hundred wives, princesses, and three hundred concubines; and his wives
turned away his heart. (4) For it was so, when Solomon was old, that his wives turned his heart
after other gods; and his heart was not loyal to the LORD his God, as was the heart of his father
David. (5) For Solomon went after Ashtoreth* the goddess of the Sidonians, and
after Milcom** the abomination of the Ammonites

What is the Kabbalah_ (And Why Is It So Bad_) – Christian Observer __ Reader View

Do not tempt your heart to follow in the path of darkness, as Solomon did.  Banish it from your lives.

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David Knollhoff
David Knollhoff
1 month ago

I recall Miguel R giving a good sermon on a Shabbat on the benefit of some traditions. I don’t recall if he spoke about the talit.

David Knollhoff
David Knollhoff
1 month ago
Reply to  Jerry

All I can think of right now in response to your concern is the repetitive reading of the entire book of James is necessary (for me), as this is what I have been doing very recently in combination to much prayer, repenting and seeking Yeshua in this time of testings and trials, of which only more and more and more are going to occur as time goes on. Yahuah is judging, and I feel ha shatan’s attacks minute by minute. The warfare has begun.

David Knollhoff
David Knollhoff
1 month ago

Jerry, you bring up a very interesting point about the talit. We have one and utilize it at the end of service each Shabbat. I will be looking into this point more deeply. Thank you for addressing it. Blessings to you, brother.

David Knollhoff
David Knollhoff
1 month ago
Reply to  Jerry

Yes, I too don’t think the tallit is a sin. I see no evidence of sin in placing a covering over one’s head that symbolically represents Yahuah’s covering/protection over them. However, I too have not seen the word “tallit” written in Scripture. I’m going to continue to use our tallit until I see a reason not too. More investigation is required.

David Knollhoff
David Knollhoff
1 month ago
Reply to  Jerry

You make very good points Jerry! I will continue my investigation into your concern on the tallit. Thank you for putting all of this material together for our review, consumption and consideration. Much appreciated Jerry as you are operating in both salt and light as discussed in Matthew 5:13-15. I wonder if there is any evidence that Yeshua used a tallit. I know he wore tzitzits in some form or fashion based on Biblical text.

David Knollhoff
David Knollhoff
1 month ago
Reply to  Jerry

I conducted a little bit of research on the subject of the tallit. You are correct. The tallit is never mentioned in our western canonical Bible. I am curious if it is mentioned elsewhere in the other apocrypha books not currently present in our Bible? I don’t want to be unwise, and I don’t want to “just” follow man’s traditions certainly of those who hate truth. Another question in my mind is, does the tallit represent any elements of being “anti-christ” or a “marking” of the beast system or a symbol of old mystic/gnostic belief systems? Also, another question in my mind is, what am I communicating to viewers when I place it over the heads of my family at Shabbat service? Is it used to replace Yahuah’s covering over us? Just a lot of questions to consider for its use. On a side note, it seems to me like there is much disagreement of the use of the tallit among members within the Messianic communities – which is an additional concern – when we… Read more »

David Knollhoff
David Knollhoff
1 month ago
Reply to  Jerry

Blessings to you brother! Keep looking to Yahuah through it all! I will miss you also.

April
April
1 month ago

Thank you Jerry, the article about the Kabbalah that was linked gave me great insight. i still have many questions, but I feel my suspicions have been correct. I hope you post more on this subject in the future.

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