Here is a bit of my background, so that you will know where I am coming from.
I am a descendant of the Lost Sheep of Israel, which I did not know until several years ago when the Holy Spirit suddenly revealed my true identity to me. But, when He did, it felt “so right” in my spirit. I began my journey of faith as a Christian many years ago loving Him whole heartedly, and studied the Word as hard as I could. But, I was not satisfied with the teaching at church and other sources that were available. Something was not right. So, I decide to take some courses at a seminary several years ago, picked and chose interesting biblical study courses to take according to the leading of the Holy Spirit, and graduated with a certificate in Christian Ministry.
Since that time, as YHVH has led and taught me so much, I realized that there had been a famine of true and pure understanding the Scripture in the land of Christianity. I searched for more information online and in books, and joined a forum and discussed biblical prophecies, realizing that I was not alone. According to His leading and revelations, I have studied the Bible diligently, and have received more revelations. And, now, I know who we are, and where we are going … so I would like to share my understanding with you.
I am speaking to you, the Elect of YHVH, the Bride of the Messiah. It is time to realize who we are, be ready for the perilous time, and be prepared as the Bride of the Messiah.
If you really want to know who I am and in what authority I speak these things, please read my articles. The truth is my credential, and the Spirit of our Father in you is my witness. I speak to those who have eyes to see and ears to hear, so I hope you are one of them.
And, my thoughts on Torah may need to be briefly mentioned, so that the reader will not need to read extensively to find out my position on Torah. First, “Torah” I am talking about is the “Written Torah,” also called the “Five Books of Moses.” It is not the Oral Torah of Talmud. I believe Torah teaches us the origin of the people of YHVH, and without it, we would not know who we are. The Commandments Yeshua commanded us to keep (Jn 14:15; 15:10) is the Torah, the Written Torah. And, what Yeshua did was to fulfilled and perfected Torah, abolished the penalty of death, and made it possible for man to keep them. Torah was not meant to be kept perfectly by man without being regenerate. It is just that we are not complete yet, not until His return. Torah is not needed for salvation, but we are going through the sanctification process by living according to the teaching of Torah, day-by-day, with the help of the Holy Spirit until the perfection comes (1 Co 13:10). Please save your comments on this until you read more of my writing. But, this is what I think about Torah in a nutshell. I touched on it in “What I believe” statement as well, also, you can find much more detailed discussion on this in my seven-part series “Why Yeshua Had to Die”: Part 6.
In June 2014, I published “Judaism and Kabbalah (3): On ‘Weekly Torah Portion’ Reading” where I discuss my position on the Judaic tradition of “Parashah,” weekly Torah reading, in more detail.
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