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  • What We Believe

What We Believe

  • God (Yahweh) is the one true God over all creation and always has been (Deut 6:4).
  • Through His Word, He created the universe in six literal days (John 1:3). His Word would later be revealed as His Son, Jesus (Yeshua). “Yeshua” is the Messiah’s Hebrew name; it means “salvation.”
  • Jesus is the transliteration of the Hebrew “Yeshua” into the Greek “Ieosus” and then into the English “Jesus.” The word “Jesus” is not an English equivalent to “Yeshua,” but an English transliteration of each Greek letter of “Ieosus.” “Yeshua” is the Hebrew name for “Joshua” in English.
  • On a side note: This is why Moses could not lead the Israelites into the Promised Land. Joshua had to be the one leading them because he was the prototype of the true “Joshua” (typology of Yeshua) who would lead His people at the end of time into the true Promised Land. It was a hint to the name of the coming Messiah.
  • From Creation to Mount Sinai, the people of the Earth were offending God (Yahweh) by sinning – breaking all the laws and instructions that God gave them orally – so, He gave the people His Word and Instructions (His Law) in written form for the purpose of helping them clearly understand the difference between right and wrong. It helped create patterns in their lives that would bring blessings and connection with Him. (Gal 3:19).
  • The sacrificial system was created for the purpose of temporarily averting God’s wrath away from His people and their sin as well as providing a prophetic symbol for what the coming Messiah would complete (Heb 9:1-9).
  • The “Word” that God spoke in Genesis to create the universe was the same Word that was sent in John 1:1 to become flesh. This “Word” that dwelt among us was to be called “Yeshua.”
  • Yeshua (Jesus) is the prophesied Messiah of the Old Testament, the Son of God, creator of Heaven and earth, sent by His Father.
  • Yeshua is divine in origin and is YHVH (Yahweh) (Isaiah 44:6, Rev 22:13).
  • Yeshua’s purpose is to get mankind to believe through faith that His death satisfied the requirement of the Torah and thus, through His resurrection, mankind would now be set free from the law of sin and death and have a way back into covenant with YHVH. (Rom 7, Deut 24, etc…) This IS the Gospel.
  • In order to be saved one must first understand that he has broken God’s perfect law and is condemned because of his sin to eternal destruction away from the presence of almighty God (Duet 11:28, Rom 6:23). He must then accept the blood of Yeshua/Jesus over the door posts of his heart and believe that outside the death, burial, and resurrection of Yeshua there is no way for salvation.
  • At the point of conversion it is the responsibility of the believer to submit himself to the teachings of his new “Rabbi Yeshua,” to be baptized (immersed) into His name, and to follow Him all the days of his life (Luke 9:23, 1 Cor 9:24).
  • We believe this is best done by surrounding oneself with a community of believers that have the same passion to be more like Him daily. Being in a local community of believers is critical for spiritual growth, accountability, and the maturity of spiritual gifts within the body.
  • We believe the gifts of the Spirit were in existence in the past and are still active today: word of wisdom, word of knowledge, faith, the gifts of healing, the working of miracles, prophecy, discerning of spirits, [divers] kinds of tongues, and the interpretation of tongues (1 Cor 12:1-11).
  • What God destroyed on the cross was the penalty that the Law of God demanded as payment for breaking it. We are no longer under the law of sin and death but are under grace as Paul says in Romans 6:14.
  • What was destroyed at the cross, in fact, was the power of sin and the penalty thereof over all of mankind.
  • We believe in honoring the Father by keeping His commandments the best that we are able. Keeping the commandments is our way of walking out our faith and expressing our love of The Father. (John 14:15)
  • Through His death, Yeshua took over the High priesthood, and because of His perfect blood sacrifice, His Father would be forever satisfied and man would now always have the ability to come into the presence of Almighty Yahweh (Heb 9:11-12) through the blood of the Lamb.
  • Someday, our Messiah will come back to Earth to redeem all those that are His, those that have been grafted into the commonwealth of Israel (Rom 11, Eph 2). Then He will reign from the New Jerusalem for 1000 years (1 Thes 3:13, Rev 20:4).
  • After that period, God will raise up the rest of the dead, and the entire Earth will be judged at the Great White Throne Judgment (Rev 20:5).
  • All those that do not have their names written in the Lamb’s Book of Life will be thrown into the Lake of Fire, and God’s enemies will be no more (Rev 20:11-12).
  • Until then, we are to remain faithful to the work to which He has called us, which is to “Love the Lord God with all of your heart, mind, soul and strength, and love your neighbor as yourself” (Luke 10:27).
  • We do this by studying His Word and walking it out in our lives.
  • The 66 books of the Bible, although chosen by men, were inspired by YHVH. They are 100% accurate in their purest, original language and form.
  • The scriptures are the final authority on all doctrine and all matters of which it speaks.
  • Matthew 18:15 is our instruction for handling conflict. When the scripture refers to taking the matter to the assembly, the First Century Church called this the “Beit Din”.
  • The Beit Din (meaning “House of Judgment”) is the ruling by the elders whose purpose is to restore relationships, assess punitive damages, and decide guilt or innocence.
  • The ultimate goal of this ministry is to equip and develop strong, spiritually healthy individuals, which creates strong families. This, in turn, creates strong, healthy communities that can truly be a light to the nations. Fulfilling our mandated Biblical role of bringing the gospel of Yeshua and the blessing of His Torah to the nations is our fundamental mission.
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