Elohim Hashem Jehovah, Humanity, Jeshua the Messiah, Kingdom of God, Life matters, Reflection text

Husband to an ancient nation

We should look at the Most High Elohim, how He had chosen Himself a set-apart (or holy) people. Also in the parable of the Wedding banquet, mentioned in Matthew 22, we hear how He as the king invited His people. Because many did no go into His invitation He sent out His servants to invite… Lees verder Husband to an ancient nation

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Elohim Hashem Jehovah, Humanity, Jeshua the Messiah, Jeshuaists, Jews, Life matters, Religiosity + Way of Expressing Faith

Is it possible to be a Jew for Christ

From the Hebrew Scriptures, including the Talmud we can learn that the Chosen People or Israel is eternal, so the bond with them is irreversible, unbreakable and eternal, once a Jew always a Jew. As a Jew following the Jewish rebbe Jeshua should not mean that one has to give up the Jewishness, even better being a follower of the sent one of God one can become even closer to God.

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A convinced voice to debunk false allegations

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.

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The attitude of Christians to Jews

According to a recent Pew Review Western Europeans who identify as Christian are more likely than those who have no religious affiliation to express negative feelings about immigrants and religious minorities. At the begin period of the 21st century there are still a large group of Christians who also consider themselves to be the rightful heirs of Jerusalem and the Holy Land. Looking at themselves as the sole legitimate heirs of the biblical promises because the Jews rejected and killed the Messiah.

Christians, Elohim Hashem Jehovah, Jeshua the Messiah, Jews, Life matters, Religiosity + Way of Expressing Faith

Difference between a Messianic Gentile, a Messianic Jew and a Christian

We have a.o. a look at a Messianic gentile his journey of faith and his discovery as a gentile of the Jewish Roots of his faith and examine who may call himself Messianic Jew and what for name could be suited to adapt when loving God and accepting His sent one Jeshua as the Messiah.