There are no Gentiles in Yehovah kingdom; there are only Ger and Ezrach men (with their families). What is a Ger and an Ezrach? Well, that is the question this series will answer. First we will discuss how a Gentile becomes a Ger. And then how a Ger becomes an Ezrach, a native-born man. Get ready for an exciting journey in the way that leads to life.
The Gentile Becomes A Ger
The “church”, the called out ones, are CALLED INTO something and that something is Israel. Baptism was and still is, or should be, an expatriation from the government of our first birth and a joining of one’s self to Yehovah’s holy nation.
What is expatriation and how does it relate to Yehovah’s kingdom? How many masters can we serve anyway? Let’s explore the roots behind baptism and free ourselves to serve Yehovah with all our heart, soul and strength. Below is a 4 part series of articles that will cover how a Gentile can become a Ger in Yehovah’s kingdom.
Please, what I have found and what I will share with you in these four articles will help you get on the road that leads to life. We have learned many lies, and I do not know a single teacher that even knows who the Ger (one of the two precious men in Yehovah’s kingdom) is; . The other one is the native-born son or seed, His Ezrach man.
One law shall be for the native-born man [Ezrach] and for the stranger [Ger] who dwells among you.” (Exo 12:49)
You shall have one law for him who sins unintentionally, for him who is native-born [Ezrach] among Israel’s seed and for the stranger [Ger] who dwells among them. ‘But the person who does anything presumptuously, whether he is native-born [Ezrach] or a stranger [Ger], that one brings reproach on Yehovah, and he shall be cut off from among his people. (Num 15:29-30)
The stranger [Ger] who dwells among you shall be to you as one born among you [Ezrach], and you shall love him as yourself; for you were strangers [Gerim] in the land of Egypt: I am Yehovah, your Elohim. (Lev 19:34)
One ordinance shall be for you [speaking of the Ezrach] of the assembly and for the stranger [Ger] who dwells with you, an ordinance forever throughout your generations; as you are, so shall the stranger [Ger] be before Yehovah. One law and one custom shall be for you and for the stranger [Ger] who dwells with you.‘ ” (Num 15:15-16)
The Gentiles do not keep Yehovah’s Torah until AFTER they leave the kingdom of their birth and join themselves (and their family) to Him and His other called-out men. THAT is what this series is about. Yehovah never told a single Egyptian to keep His Sabbath. We have much more to learn.