Around the year 2000 I became interested in the government of Elohim (the lawmaker and judge) which is also known as the commonwealth of Israel. Yeshua taught men to pray saying, “Thy kingdom come and thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” I could not see His will being done anywhere on earth at that time.
The Commonwealth Of Israel Is The Government of Elohim
The word translated into “church” in the NT is the Greek word “ekklesia” which is in Greek a compound word. The first word is “ek,” commonly translated as “out” in English. The second word is “kaleo” which is generally translated as “call.” Together these words gives the idea that Yehovah’s people are “Called-out” of the governments of men and into the commonwealth of Israel.
As a woman can only serve one man so a man can only serve one master; a man can never be joined to the commonwealth of Israel and Yehovah its Elohim if he will not leave the kingdom of his birth and its elohim.
Therefore remember that you, once Gentiles in the fleshâ€”who are called the Uncircumcision by what is called the Circumcision made in the flesh by hands
â€”that at that time you were without Christ[this perverted NT drives me nuts, it is no wonder people are so confused], being aliens from the commonwealth of Israel and strangers from the covenants of promise, having no hope and without Elohim in the world. (Eph 2:11-12)
As a full-time Ambassador of my Yehovah’s kingdom I am often asked to give the specific information on how to live separate from the world. But because every situation is unique I can really only give general principles.Â It is far more important to understand why we should live separate from the world before we learn how to do it. In time I will tell you how I do it.
One of the short books I read while on my quest to learn about Yehovah’s Kingdom, the commonwealth of Israel, was written by Alonzo T. Jones around the turn of the 20 century. It was entitled “Christian Patriotism” and may be read by you in full here. Continue reading Commonwealth Of Israel