Virgin Birth of the Messiah the Mystery of Life

Posted by on Dec 1, 2019 in Oneness of the Creator, The Messiah

Virgin birth of the Messiah is a main stream theological doctrine, according to which the Messiah had no human father. Matthew clearly testifies that Yeshua the Messiah was born to a virgin, Miryam, and Yoseph adopted her son. However, Shaul says that the Son of Elohim had no father and mother, without genealogy, yet, we believe that the Messiah was born to a virgin mother. And if a birth is only possible at fertilization of a woman’s reproductive egg by a man’s...

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As in the Days of Noach, so in the Days of Messiah

Posted by on Oct 7, 2019 in Prophecy Insight, The Messiah

“As in the days of Noach” is probably the most obscured of all signs of the Messiah gave concerning his coming. We should recall that the Messiah gave two more signs concerning his coming, namely, the sign of Jonah the Prophet and “as in the days of Lot”. But no one should think in his right mind that it was accidental for the Messiah to link “as in the days of Noach” and “as in the days of Lot” in such a way as to explicitly...

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The Sermon on the Mount Few Want to Hear

Posted by on Sep 29, 2019 in Bible Study, The Messiah

Yeshua the Messiah made two addresses to the nation of Israel during His ministry. In his first address to the nation, “The Sermon on the Mount” [of Galilee], Yeshua the Messiah laid down the rules before the people for entering the Kingdom of Heaven. This sermon consists of three parts: chapters 5, 6, and 7 of the Gospel of Matthew. The first part of the Sermon on the Mount is seen by the majority of Christian commentators as an antithesis, Jesus made by the...

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Until Shiloh Comes and to Him is Obedience

Posted by on Sep 13, 2019 in The Messiah

Shiloh is a mysterious figure in the Scripture. Little is known who he is, since he is mentioned only once in Gen 49:10, when the patriarch Ya’akov (Jacob) gave his prophetic visions of the twelves tribes. It is evident in the vision concerning Yehudah (Judah) that the coming of Shiloh is not to be regarded as terminating the rule of this tribe, but that the figure of Shiloh is carried out still further beyond the literal terms of the prophecy, as it tells...

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The Revelation of the Messenger of YHVH

Posted by on Jul 21, 2019 in The Messiah

The Messenger of YHVH aka The Messenger of His Face is a mystery that cannot be comprehended completely. Who is this Messenger and what is His identity? The answers are found in the trial against Apostle Stephanos (Acts 7) where we also find the inconvenient truth for many, then and now. The exposure of this inconvenient truth in his fervent speech before the corrupted clique of Pharisees is the subject of this article. Apostle Stephanos was falsely accused by the Pharisees...

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The Transcendent Son Hidden in Elohim

Posted by on May 26, 2019 in Oneness of the Creator, The Messiah

The transcendent Son of YHVH exists beyond and outside the ordinary range of human experience or understanding. The Bible and the Rabbinical literature undoubtedly speak of a preexisting Being in heaven, who was in the Creator’s plan at the origin of the universe, through whom and for whom all things visible and invisible were created: The transcendent Son of YHVH. The Messiah of YHVH has a human nature with all human traits including the ability to sin. And indeed,...

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The Former Rain and the Latter Rain of the Messiah

Posted by on Apr 28, 2019 in The Messiah

“The former rain and the latter rain” is the designation of the coming of Yeshua the Messiah for His first and second comings. His first coming “the former rain”, although highly expected, was obscured in the Torah and the Prophets for a good reason. Not even the principalities of this world knew about it; if they had known, they would have never crucified Him. However, His second coming “the latter rain” is plainly revealed in the...

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Revealing Yeshua Sar HaPanim Secretly Guarded by the Rabbis

Posted by on Apr 21, 2019 in The Messiah

The Name of Yeshua has been secretly and jealously guarded by the Rabbis of blessed memory throughout the centuries that He is the long-anticipated Messiah, whom they called Sar HaPanim, “Ruler of the Face” [of YHVH]. The ruler of Israel about whom Mosheh prophesied at Mount Nebo. And YHVH said to me, ‘What they have spoken is good. I shall raise up for them Prophet like you out of the midst of their brothers. And I shall put My Words in His mouth, and He shall...

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Did Israel Reject the Messiah? Part 2

Posted by on Apr 14, 2019 in The Messiah

The Roman exile The Covenant of YHVH was offered to Israel on four occasions: (1) at Mount Sinai where all Israel, native and non-native stood at the mountain and entered into covenantal relationship with the Elohim of the fathers (see Exo 19-20); it would not take them so long to fail to stay in the Covenant (see Num 13). (2) Upon entering the Land when the new generation born in the desert stood at Mount Nebo to renew the Covenant (see Deu 29-30); that generation under...

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Did Israel Reject the Messiah? Part 1

Posted by on Apr 13, 2019 in The Messiah

The Sages understood that the coming of the Messiah was due two thousand years ago when He was expected to initiate the Messianic era. Tanna debe Eliyahu reads: The world is to exist six thousand years. In the first two thousand there was desolation; two thousand years the Torah flourished; and the next two thousand years is the Messianic era, but through our many iniquities all these years have been lost [He should have come at the beginning of the last two thousand years;...

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Is It Lawful to Call Yeshua ‘Elohim’?

Posted by on Sep 30, 2018 in Oneness of the Creator, The Messiah

Is it in accordance with the Torah to call the Messiah Yeshua ‘Elohim’? To answer this question, first we need to find out what the Hebrew word “elohim” means. It may be a surprise for the reader to learn that there is no specific word in Hebrew that denotes what in the Gentile languages is known as “god”. The word “God” (German: “Gott”) is an abstract word that denotes a concept of any supernatural being...

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The True Parable of the Good Samaritan

Posted by on Sep 19, 2018 in The Messiah

The Parable of the Good Samaritan is perhaps the most recognizable parable among the Christians today, and the term the Good Samaritan has become synonymous with a good person and a good Christian. On the opposite side, however, very often the Parable of the Good Samaritan has been used to denote “Pharisaic hypocrisy”, as the parable has been interpreted as an apparent illustration of “religious legalism”. But is this the true story of the parable?...

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