So descendants of Esau have wrath for the Yehudim. However, the number one weapon against us is not [as the scripture conveys] flesh and blood it is principalities and wickedness in high places. Do we know what that means?
Ladies and Gentlemen, I was just watching a video and the Hebrews are out and about in the city speaking truth and one of the brothers announces that they come with the scriptures, but can defend themselves otherwise if they need to. So in revelation this tells me that they fight twofold, that is with scriptures [Torah] and with physical weapons and or contact.
Now this is an enlightening truth, because many of us do not understand why these people are attacking us. I have read all over the internet how these people really feel about the Yehudim. Whether we know we are Yehudim or whether we believe we are Yehudim is of essence, because then we would see that Esau’s descendants are hateful and have not love for us as they would have us to think. Why? It is the case that their journey has been predestined for them as ours have. Hence, in the street is where we see them in full action. Therefore, if wisdom cries in the streets [Proverbs 1:20] there is a reason that wisdom cries there–to protect us, and it is because there is bloodshed in the streets
For your hearing:
Wisdom calls aloud outside; She raises her voice in the broad places. At the head of the noisy streets she cries out, At the openings of the gates, In the city she speaks her words: “How long, you simple ones, Would you love simplicity, And shall scoffers delight in their scoffing, And fools hate knowledge? [v. 20-22].
We may never know the effect our living a righteous life before men has had. The help we gave someone, or that encouraging word, but we can be sure that what we do in private; that is, in secret has gotten God’s attention.
Look at this:
“Beware of practicing your righteousness before other people in order to be seen by them, for then you will have no reward from your Father who is in heaven. “Thus, when you give to the needy, sound no trumpet before you, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, that they may be praised by others. Truly, I say to you, they have received their reward. But when you give to the needy, do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing, so that your giving may be in secret. And your Father who sees in secret will reward you. “And when you pray, you must not be like the hypocrites. For they love to stand and pray in the synagogues and at the street corners, that they may be seen by others. Truly, I say to you, they have received their reward. But when you pray, go into your room and shut the door and pray to your Father who is in secret. And your Father who sees in secret will reward you.” (Matthew 6:1-6)
I was thinking about this because its great to want praise reports from people we have kept lifted, also good to hear that prayers are answered; but what is it about when we see people inquiring and bragging about who they prayed for, what they did an when for Sis Lucy and Bro. Joe? Broadcasting that they bought them something to eat…certainly not because the family needed help but because of their need of recognition and attention. God says that we should keep it quiet when we share…giving in private. People doing stuff and spreading what they did over the neighborhood…so what if Sis. Lilly is wearing the suit you gave her last week; should everyone know it was you?
Today: Do it as unto the Most High and not unto men for Yah sees.
For your hearing:
Christianity has dealt us a dirty hand in that we do not know that though we are redeemed to Yah through Messiah that we have to receive that He is Yahushua Ha’Mashiach. Now many will claim, have claimed that there is reception in this, however, there is not if we have not truth his name is not Jesus, but the Name above all Names and that the world does not know Him as [Yahushua]. Why? Because that name is wiped out of the minds and hearts of the Yehudim and the world by wicked men. [Intentionally]. (Isaiah 1:3).
John 3:16, we love to claim this scripture. Yahuah so loved the world, but this does not make sense when the Messiah says also that he came of the lost sheep [Yehudim] of Israel. Hence, it does not make sense, (a) that Yah would change his mind, and that (b) he would save everyone. Therefore there is error in how this is preached.
Let us look at this with a magnifying eye. The redemption though already done [at the impalement] is conditional and contingent upon ones belief and that belief is in the name. How do we know?
1. All who call on the name of Yahusha Ha’Mashiach shall be saved. (Romans 1:13).
2. Every knee shall bow and every tongue confess that Yahusha is Messiah to the glory of the Father(Romans 14:11; Philippians 2:8-11).
How can there be glory to the Father when the introduction to the Father is through the Son whose name we do not know? (1 Timothy 2:5)
Are we there yet?
This is not a literal bowing as at the alter of the idol, but a bowing of heart and mind to truth, giving succession that He rules, He reigns as the Son of the Most High El. He is Elohim in the flesh.
Now the difference is that we have not the Name to call, and if we have not [did not know] the name how can we call Him?
John 3:16, is conditional on belief, and one cannot believe unto righteousness unless we have the name right.
No other Name.
For your hearing:
Acts 17;9; 17:31
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“What then is my reward? That in bringing the Good News, I should offer the Good News of Messiah without cost, so as not to abuse my authority in the Good News. For though I am free from all, I made myself a servant to all, in order to win more, and to the Yehuḏim I became as a Yehuḏite, that I might win Yehuḏim; to those who are under Torah, as under Torah, so as to win those who are under Torah; to those without Torah, as without Torah – not being without Torah toward Elohim, but under Torah of Messiah – so as to win those who are without Torah.”
(1 Corinthians 9:18-21)
We can run in any lane we want to, problem is we might not be anointed for that particular one we choose. Walk in the Spirit.
I remember running track; or rather just running because I knew I could. I use to race our toy poodle, Georgia Girl in the park. Back and forth, up and down that park she and I would run. Surprisingly, the dog gave out. This is how I would practice if I had no one to practice with. One day a man stopped. I saw him park and get out, and when I was done going home, he said, “I just had to get out and watch I never seen a human being beat a dog running.” I smiled and said she has short legs.
When I started competing I found that my freestyle was not needed or desired, and it was that way because everyone were assigned lanes. If we crossed over into another runners lane we could be disqualified from the race. Hence, Anointed doesn’t mean no rules.
What I get from this that not everyone is anointed for the challenge of running against an opponent, but that doesn’t mean everyone cannot run. What it does mean that some people will stop, quit or give up before the finish. However those anointed will hang in there to win it.
Today: You hang in there too. Gentiles might be running faster, but remember they have short legs….you will win.
Anointed for the race….Chosen for the call.
For your hearing:
1 Corinthians 9
- What is the Torah? (altruistico.wordpress.com)
- The Torah Makes No Distinction: Even Butch Homos Must Be Stoned To Death (joemygod.blogspot.com)
- Works or Law? (reasonaddict.com)
“Humble yourselves, then, under the mighty hand of Elohim, so that he exalts you in due time, casting all your worry upon Him, for He is concerned about you. Be sober, watch, because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion seeking whom he may devour.” (1 Peter 5:6-8)
Let’s face it, the devil isn’t after people who are already his. He comes to steal, kill and destroy, and frankly, why would he kill steal or destroy what belongs to him.
This is what we should get…that the devil deals with lust. He seduces with trinkets and stuff we like, and it is the case that the minute we decide to go another way; that is THE WAY, he is going to make it hard to stay there.
We should be careful to watch!
The word says, “Resist Him, firm in belief, knowing the same hardships are experienced by your brotherhood in the world.” (v.9)
We should question then ‘the belief’ surely a life which follows prosperity doesn’t experience these type hardships and persecutions conveyed by stepping away from that life.
Today: Do the new thing….Messianic teaching…seek Torah.
For your hearing:
1 Peter 5
- To Whom was the Law Given? (eklektostouyahweh.wordpress.com)
- Dismantling The Devil! By Elaine Davenport November, 2013 (prayerwarriors.wordpress.com)
I tell you that in times past I have had great fondness for the King James version of the bible, but tonight I found out that it is weak in context compared to richness of the text with the words and names restored. Hence, I found out the Lady Elect has a name too. What do you know? Allow me to introduce her to you.
The elder, to a chosen Kuria and her children, whom I love in truth, because of the truth that stays in us and shall be with us forever.
Favor, compassion,peace be with you from Elohim the Father and from Master Yahushua Messiah, the Son of the Father, in truth and love.
And now I ask you Kuria, not as though I wrote a fresh command to you but that which we have had in the beginning, that we love one another. (v. 1-3)
I’ll pause there for a minute because in Henry dictionary the writer describes the Lady Elect as a woman and her children and I would like to take this time to note that there have been several women mentioned by name in text and their plights or their duties or their devotion mentioned without fail which left no room to a guess as to who they were. So, in this instance…the so called woman has a name; Kuria. However, Kuria, I found upon research is not a woman as in female but a tribe in Africa.
What? Someone intentionally did not want us to know that this was so.
Here is what Henry says, ” The saluted – a noble Christian matron, and her children: To the elect lady and her children. A lady, a person of eminent quality for birth, education, and estate. It is well that the gospel ha got among such. It is a pity but lords and ladies should be acquainted with the Lord Christ and his religion. They owe more to him than others do; though usually not many noble are called. Here is a pattern for persons of quality of the same sex. The elect lady; not only a choice one, but one chosen of God. It is lovely and beautiful to see ladies, by holy walking, demonstrate their election of God. And her children; probably the lady was a widow; she and her children then are the principal part of the family, and so this may be styled an economical epistle.” (Henry, 2013)
Look at this:
The Kuria are an ethnic and linguistic group resident in the Tarime, Musoma, Bunda and Serengeti districts of the Mara Region in Northern Tanzania, and the west and east districts of the former Nyanza Province in southwest Kenya. In 2006 the Kuria population was estimated to number 609,000, with 435,000 living in Tanzania and 174,000 in Kenya.
The Kuria people are mainly agriculturalists and pastoralists, with the Kenyan Kurians leaning towards agriculture and the Tanzanian Kurians more towards pastoralism. The Kurians in the Serengeti district are distinctly pastoralist.
The Kuria are closely related to the Kisii people of Kenya both in language and physique. They are said[by whom?] to have been one people until a vicious attack by the Maasai in the early 19th century scattered both populations in different directions. This apartness has led to the formation of distinct dialects which are clearly understood by both peoples. The Kuria people are divided into about 16 “subtribes” or clans, namely: Nyabasi, Bakira, Bairege, Bagumbe (who reside in both Kenyan and Tanzanian districts), Batimbaru, Banyamongo, Bakenye, Baikoma, Bamerani, as well as several others. All this subtribes or clans are present in the kisii tribe of Kenya.
The Kuria tribe is also related to the Zanaki tribe of the Mara Province in Tanzania. They share some cultural aspects.
Verse 7, “Because many who are leading astray went out into the world who do not confess Yahushua Messiah as coming in the flesh. This one is he who is leading astray and is the Anti-Messiah. See to yourselves that we do not lose what we worked for, but that we might receive a complete reward.
Everyone who is transgressing and not staying in the teaching of Messiah does not possess Elohim.
The Great Revelation of who the blacks in America really are and notation of how the land of Israel was taken from them because of idol worship which still prevails in the Christian teachings of the day.
Deuteronomy 28, denotes the curses which are the result of disobedience to the Laws found in the Book of Moses (Torah).
Yahweh is calling us back. Come from among them, that is the world of idol worship.
Watch: THE ISRAELITES ARE BLACK: THE CURSES
- The Anti Christ and his agenda, Satanic vision (daileytalks.wordpress.com)
- Your SundayBread: The Curses of True Israel (grinddaileyissues.com)
- Come From Among Them and Live (daileytalks.wordpress.com)
- Any given day (psychebites.com)
- Worship (jbailey8849.wordpress.com)
- Monday, December 17, 2012 @ Deuteronomy 29-30 (phyllisbenigas.wordpress.com)
There are a couple of things to consider when we speak of “Tithes” First we consider that in the Torah that tithing was a feast called once a year by Yah and the tithe was not about money, because of the fact that people had harvest from their crops. Yah required the tithe for the children of Israel and only at a specific place of his choosing where they gather together; along with, the Levites who had no inheritance. If someone had too much surplus(crop) to carry to the designated place then Yah allowed them to sell the surplus for money. Conversely, the tithe was never about money, and it was a feast where the people gathered together to eat and praise Yah for the harvest. See:Leviticus 27:30-32, Numbers 18:20-32.
Now, the tithe has another view and we have to understand that there was no tithe in the church because the government provided and took care of the churches needs. However, the church and state separated; thus, the church was left without support, so the the introduction of the tithe coming from Malachi 3, used today as a guilt trip and condemnation to get people to give money. See: United States Constitution.
The truth is this, there is no tithe other than what is paid when taxes are deducted on your paycheck or a tithe is paid when you help someone by paying their light bill or buying a bill of groceries, and the confirmation comes from the word of God which says, “
“Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver.” (2 Corinthians 9:7)
Hope that helps.
- My tithing experience (christianpf.com)
- John D. Rockefeller on tithing (christianpf.com)
- Tithing: is it still relevant today? (growup318.com)
- Church Employee Accused of Stealing More Than $100,000 In Tithes (arkansasmatters.com)
- Oh, How We Share! (heraldmagazine.wordpress.com)
- Christians, Generosity, Tithing, & Fancy Cars (ebccrosswalk.wordpress.com)