The Creator of the universe says that evenour prayers are an abomination if we do not love His Law (His instructions on how all men are to live).
One who turns away his ear from hearing the law, even his prayer is an abomination. (Pro 28:9)
Then they will cry to Yehovah, but He will not hear them; He will even hide His face from them at that time, because they have been evil in their deeds. (Mic 3:4)
The sacrifice of the wicked is an abomination to Yehovah, but the prayer of the upright is His delight. The way of the wicked is an abomination to Yehovah, but He loves him who follows righteousness. (Pro 15:8-9)
But there is one prayer that Yehovah will always hear; the prayer of a broken spirit and a contrite heart.
The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit, a broken and a contrite heartâ€” These, O God, You will not despise. (Psa 51:17)
Here is a great video on the prayer that Yehovah will always hear.
Where is the kingdom of heaven today? Or, perhaps more aptly stated, “where is our heart today?”
Many, most, have dismissed the kingdom of heaven as a kingdom that will come after the tribulation; these folks have said that, for now, we must live according to the “laws of the land.” But this “laws of the land” false image comes only from a spirit of harlotry which we have all learned? The very reason that Yehovah’s men are commanded to wear tassels or tzitzit is so we remember to keep His commandments and not follow the harlotry to which our hearts and eyes are inclined. Continue reading Precept 9 – The Kingdom of Heaven→
Wikipedia describes “Making Aliyah” as “Aliyah is widely regarded as an important Jewish cultural concept and a fundamental concept of Zionism that is enshrined in Israel’s Law of Return, which accords any Jew (deemed as such by halakha and/or Israeli secular law) and eligible non-Jews (a child and a grandchild of a Jew, the spouse of a Jew, the spouse of a child of a Jew and the spouse of a grandchild of a Jew), the legal right to assisted immigration and settlement in Israel, as well as automatic Israeli citizenship. Someone who “makes aliyah” is called an oleh (m. singular) or olah (f. singular); the plural for both is olim. Many Religious Jews espouse aliyah as a return to the Promised land, and regard it as the fulfillment of God’s biblical promise to the descendants of the Hebrew patriarchs Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Aliyah is included as a commandment by some opinions on the enumeration of the 613 commandments.”
Oh Plllleeeease! A fundamental concept of Zionism? Israel’s Law of Return? Halakha and/or Israeli secular law? Automatic Israeli citizenship? A return to the Promised land? Aliyah is included as a commandment? Where is any of this in the Torah and the Prophets? These are all additions to Yehovah’s word – which we, and they, are not allowed to do.
I see HUGE problems with this Jewish idea of “making aliyah.” The only thing a man has to do to join himself to True Israel is repent and be baptized into the Kingdom of God (True Israel) and the Father Himself will see that we return home.