Have you ever wondered why the Jews reject Jesus? Perhaps it is not Jesus they reject, but Christianity as a whole- and rightly so. The mainstream church has, in times past, put forth some very anti-Semitic teachings and statements. Now my intent here is not to make a blanket statement against all of Christendom; in … [Read more…]
One factor that has proven to be a stumbling block for many who adhere to the notion that the so-called “New Testament” was written to a “Gentile Church” is this: if Yeshua’s mission to earth was to redeem the Lost Sheep of the Northern Kingdom of Israel, then why have they not yet been restored? … [Read more…]
No three aspects of the Torah Driven Life have come under attack nearly so prevalently as keeping the Sabbath, the practice of circumcision of the flesh, and eating the kosher diet. These three elements of Torah keeping are undoubtedly three of the most physically defining points of obedience to God’s commandments. According to YHWH our … [Read more…]
In reading through the Scriptures, in both the Tanakh and the Apostolic Writings, the overwhelming theme is the restoration, regathering, and reunification of both Houses of Israel- Judah and Joseph. What I find incredible is the numerous references to the Lost Ten Tribes in the Apostolic Writings that are referencing back to a specific terminology … [Read more…]
A revelation to Jesse ben Yosef on Tevet 8, 2012, regarding the restoration by the Hand of YHWH Alone.
In studying the three synoptic parallel accounts of the Good News, I have found that there is much information contained in each account that is exclusive to that account, and not found among the other two texts; so I have put this chart together for the purpose of studying Yeshua’s teachings regarding the signs of … [Read more…]
It has been falsely asserted by fourth century theologians that Christians should identify themselves, in thought and in practice, with the righteous believers who lived prior to Abraham, in not keeping the Torah. The purpose of this article is to respond to this false assertion, and to prove that the righteous men and women who lived prior … [Read more…]
The Shem Tob Hebrew version of Matthew omits the majority of Matthew 28:19, including the popular Trinitarian baptism formula, and changes the ending of Matthew’s account of the Good News to: “Go and teach them to carry out all the things which I have commanded you forever.” Unfortunately, virtually all Aramaic and Greek manuscripts of … [Read more…]
It is commonly believed today that Jewish perception of the Lost Ten Tribes of the Northern Kingdom of Israel is that they were gradually, at some non-specific point in time, reabsorbed into the fold of the Jewish people- that is, that they rejoined the tribes of Judah and Benjamin in the Southern Kingdom of Judah. … [Read more…]
Yeshua said in Matthew 15:24, “I was not sent to anyone but the Lost Sheep of the House of Israel.” This statement presents difficulties to those who see Yeshua as having come to establish a gentile-based religious system, yet to those who study the Scriptures from a Hebraic perspective, it makes perfect sense.