” May the utterance of my mouth and the resounding music of my heart Be acceptable in Thy sight, O YHWH, my Rock and my Redeemer.” (Psalm 19:14) Shabbat Shalom
Monthly Archives: February 2016
PASSOVER – The Crimson thread that runs from Genesis to Revelation. Part 1 Shalom – J&R
One of many Truths I have learned from my ‘better half’ in these past years is this fact – “God never works down a one-way street . . . He never does just one thing”.
Case in point? The Holy Spirit.
“And I will put My Spirit in you (says YHVH) and move you to follow My decrees and be careful to keep My laws. ” (Eze 36:27)
And why were the Laws and decrees given? The goal of The Law is to bring us to Salvation/Yeshua and show us our sin and our need for Him and to reconcile us back to our Father. (Romans 10:4, 7:7, 5:10)
And how do we come to the Father? No one comes unless they are drawn (John 6:44) and they must come through The Son (John 14:6), or more specifically, the work of The Son on the cross. (John 3:16-ff)
And how does Father draw us? Through the convincing/convicting power of Holy Spirit. (John 16:8) “For The Spirit brings conviction in regards to sin, righteousness and judgment.”
And as Holy Spirit leads, He leads us into Truth (John 16:13) He is our teacher and the One who reminds us of those things said. (John 14:26).
And then there is the work of Holy Spirit to give the ‘gifts of the Spirit severally as He sees fit’ for the good of the Body and the Glory of our Father and His Kingdom. (1 Cor. 12:7-11) And that is not the end of the work of Ruach, but merely some highlights.
So, back to the original statement – God never does just one thing . . . He never works down a one-way street. Shalom
This year’s Passover/Pesach gathering will be held at the Junction City First Baptist Church building on friday April 22nd, at 6:00pm Eastern. Doors will open at 5:30 pm. The Passover meal will be ‘potluck’ as in the past. The remaining details will follow soon. Doors open at 5:30pm. An RSVP is needed no later than Wednesday April 13th in order for all to make adequate plans. Gather with us for this ‘Appointed time of God’. We all enter the Kingdom at Passover, and Yeshua is the Door. Shalom
On this segment of our phone campaign, Jerry and Rhonda Tomlinson of Prodigal Ministries International co-host. They bring on special guest Bill Cloud of Shoreshim Ministries, who shares with us principles about ‘coming out of Egypt’. In the second hour, they bring on special guest Joel Sanchez of Crucified Life Ministries in Costa Rica, and they discuss how they came out of the denominational system and their journey into ‘the Biblical roots of The Faith’. .
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Does anyone else have issues with the quote below, taken from the article link posted ??
” . . . Christians have created a doctrine that is not in line with their own Christian Bible, which never says that Jesus’s mission was for Jews to accept him. I do not believe Jesus’s mission was towards the Jewish people. I believe in what the Bible says; that the Jewish people are in covenant with the God of Israel and have never been out of covenant with Him,”
Why does God need to renew the covenant with Judah, as well as Ephraim, (according to Jeremiah 31:31-32), if Judah has never been out of covenant with God? Yeshua did NOT come for the Jews? What does that say to and for Jewish believers in Messiah Yeshua?
“Oh come, let us sing to The LORD; let us cry out to the Rock of our Salvation . . . For YHWH is a great God, and a great King above all gods Oh come, let us worship and bow down; let us kneel before The LORD, our Maker! For He is our God, and we are the people of His pasture, and the sheep of His Hand.” Shabbat Shalom