Faith Being Alone is Dead! It is not the Faith of the Mashiach that is Alone! Some other faith which is not faith at all!

The one true gospel is the Mashiach, Yeshua of Nazareth, died for our sins according to the Old Testament, He was buried and He rose again the third day according to the Old Testament. (Luke 24, 1 Cor 15:1-6)

When it comes to faith on God, faith simply means steadfastness. If a person say they have “the faith” or “the steadfastness of God” and there are no works, they are alone. For “the faith” or “the steadfastness of God” worketh by love. For there to be love must be people. For how can you say you love God whom you do not see, and hate your brother or sister whom you do see. For God grants grace to those He chooses, before they did any evil or good, and places them in an assembly where the gospel is preached. Grace came to chosen ones at the appointed time to accept the one true gospel. This is the will of God, and not the will of a person or the flesh. There is no free will, only the will of God and by the one true gospel, the power of God.  God does not leave the chosen ones alone after He gives them grace to accept the one true gospel. He gathers the chosen ones into an assembly and by His grace allows the gospel of grace to be preached in this assembly in their hearing over and over. And this gospel will be preached in the hearing of the saints all the days of their life after grace is given to them, if they endure to the end. If they fall away, they will cease to hear the gospel, and they are fallen from grace. For it is only by grace that the one true gospel is accepted and it is only by grace that the one true gospel continues to be accepted to the end. All things are of the will of God.

In the assembly where the gospel is preached, there are great works of love. For “the faith” works by love. “The faith” works in the assembly where the gospel is preached. “The faith” works by the love, and is never alone. The one true gospel works, and it works are of love. For this reason, well spoke James, “faith, if it has not works, is dead, being alone.” Again “the faith” does not work alone. We are saved by grace through the faith not of works lest any person should boast. Grace does not work alone. Love does not work alone. God does not work alone, but through the Mashiach and the assembly of God.

All whom I have known who have fallen away, ceased from works and the faith, and the gospel, apart from the assembly. Those who have fallen away are alone. There was debate and argument that their faith could stand alone, but this is their faith, and not the faith of Yeshua.  For the steadfastness and faithfulness of God is not the faithfulness of people. Just as many say they preach another gospel, other than the one I preach to you, and the gospel they preach is no gospel at all – for there is one gospel, so it is with faith, there is only one Faith, The Faith, and there is no other faith: there is only the steadfastness that only comes from God, which is God’s faithfulness and steadfastness. They who endure to the end, not alone, in grace and good works by the gospel, shall be saved. Looking unto Yeshua, the author and finisher of “the Faith”, “the Steadfastness of God”, for the joy set before him (the souls of all people), He endured the cross, despised the shame, and sits at the right hand of the throne of God! He ever liveth to make intercession for the chosen ones, the saints.

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One Response to Faith Being Alone is Dead! It is not the Faith of the Mashiach that is Alone! Some other faith which is not faith at all!

  1. Gwen Duckworth says:

    Thanks be to Elohim for His steadfastness!

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