It is a well-known fact that there are not many Jews who have accepted that the Nazarene master-teacher Jeshua is the promised Messiah. Although the Messianic Jewish movement may not have been huge or well known until the 60s, there has been a faithful remnant keeping the torch lit from the time of Yeshua’s apostles… Lees verder Certain Messianic groups betraying the Elohim
In de christelijke eschatologie, erkend men een antichrist of de anti-christ, als iemand die de bijbelse profetieën vervult over iemand die zich tegen Christus verzet of zal verzetten of zelfs zo ver gaat om zichzelf in de plaats van Christus te plaatsen. Best kijken wij naar de term (inclusief een meervoudsvorm) die vijf keer wordt gevonden in het Nieuwe Testament, namelijk uitsluitend in de Eerste en Tweede Brief van Johannes, waar de Antichrist wordt aangekondigd als degene 'die de Vader en de Zoon ontkent' .
People should know there is a big difference between trinitarian "Jews for Jesus" and those Jews who believe in Jeshua as their Messiah but who worship the Only One True God of Israel.
Presenting a website in defence of Non-Trinitarian groups and people who prefer to keep on Biblical doctrines and loving the Most High Only Supreme Highest Being, the Elohim Hashem Jehovah.
In the world we can find a growing amount of Messianic groups. There may be seen a lot of differences in the way they are structures and hold services, but what is most important is how they want to try to the Word of God and want to be partakers of the Body in Christ, willing to be united in Christ.
During the years of Nazism several Jewish children found themselves placed by goyim and several of them got a Catholic education and formation. Years later several of them, their children and/or grandchildren wanted to find their Jewish identity again, others lost faith in God and religion, whilst others went looking for Scriptural Truth. Her we want to offer a place for those searching for Biblical Truth and the possibility to be a Jew as well as a Christian, being part of the People of Israel and a member of the Body of Christ.
Looking at the results of two surveys (one from 2013 and one from 2017) which mainly looked at one group of "Messianic Jews" instead of looking at all sorts of millennial Jews.