“What is enosh [אנושׁ – man, pronounced e-noosh’] that You remember him, and the son [בן– ben] of man [אדם – adam] that You visit him? For You have made him a little lower than the Elohim (God, not angels), and You have crowned him with glory and honor. You have made him to have dominion over the works of Your hands; You have put all things under his feet, all sheep and oxen– even the beasts of the field, the birds of the air, and the fish of the sea that pass through the paths of the seas. O Yehovah, our master, how excellent is Your name in all the earth!” Psa 8:4-9
“What is enosh [אנושׁ – man], that You should exalt him, that You should set Your heart on him, that You should visit him every morning, and test him every moment?” (Job 7:17-18)
“Thou turns enosh [אנושׁ – man] to contrition; and says: ‘Return, you son of man [אדם – adam].” (Psa 90:3)
The psalmist quoted above wrote what is enosh [אנושׁ– man] that You “remember” and ” visit” him? Yehovah, our Creator, made the man to have dominion over the earth. Unfortunately for men today, this is not the case because of our rebellion to Yehovah’s ways and our love for the ways of men.
Yehovah is mindful of the enosh (אנוש] who will humbly make His ways their ways, but not men in general. He does not even hear the prayer of a man who does not love His Torah, His instructions concerning how all men are to live and guide their families. Knowing who we are in relation to our Creator will give our minds a clearer image to build His truth on and the right attitudes to commune with Yehovah as He desires.
What is man (enosh)? Continue reading Enosh – Mortal Man
Basic information to the faith that Yeshua (Jesus) taught is that we are to leave the doctrines and traditions of men and to love Yehovah (the LORD) our Elohim (God, lawmaker and judge) with all our heart and with all our souls and with all our minds. But what does that really mean?
Few people really understand that Yeshua was not “coming up” with some new teaching but instead he was quoting, word for word, right out of the Deuteronomy. What Yeshua said was so foundational to our faith that we would be lost without a true picture of what he meant. I had a false image in my mind that needed to be toppled before I could be set free.
If I had learned the principles that are taught in this free video teaching called “Loving God 101,” I would have been set free in 1975 when I recommitted my life to the Elohim of Yeshua; but I was not. Instead I was taught the traditions and doctrines of men which left me in bondage to sin for the next 25 years and finally resulted in the loss of my precious family. If you would allow me, I would like to spare you much pain in the future. The information contained in this video is for every tribe, nation, tongue and people; past, present and future. Continue reading Loving God 101
For me, defining the church, the ecclesia (the called out ones) begins with defining who True Israel is. The STATE OF ISRAEL are those who follow the laws of a man-made government with its statutes, judgments and ordinances and who trust in its Military Intelligence, tanks, ground to air missiles, planes, etc, etc, etc. In contrast, True Israel are those who have repented and are diligently learning our heavenly Father’s statutes, judgments and ordinances and who trust in Yehovah God exclusively for all their provisions and safety.
Our Father has only ever had one people, their name is True Israel. Continue reading Defining the Church
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