About

Over 30 years ago God granted grace to me, Daniel, to accept the one true gospel without reservation. And the one true gospel is the Mashiach died for our sins according to the Old Testament, He was buried and He rose again the third day according to the Old Testament. Yeshua of Nazareth is the Christos of God. Over 20 years ago according to His grace and will, God made me an able minister of this gospel. At the same time God brought forth an assembly attached to this form of teaching. These past 20 years God has allowed us by grace to continue in the one true gospel. And He has been our teacher. (There is the gift of a teacher. There is the gift of apostolos, prophet, evangelist, pastor also.) By grace may we continue to the end and be of the noble spirit of Yeshua who endured to the end. May we have completed faith as He. Maranatha!

13 Responses to About

  1. habasar says:

    Sue, above all I declare the one true gospel, and it is the Mashiach, Yeshua of Nazareth, died for our sins, and according to the Tanach, He was buried and He rose again the third day, and according to the Tanach. (Luke 24, 1 Cor 15:1-6) For all understanding come from the one true gospel as God gives grace according to His will by His Spirit.

    • Ed says:

      Hi Daniel,

      Where is your fellowship located and/or do you know of a similar fellowship in the Indianapolis, Indiana area? Your site is a refreshment for the soul! This is especially true since I found you while trying to find out about a man named Darwin Fish, a very disturbed man……. Thanks!

      • habasar says:

        Ed, we fellowship in the Detroit area. I know of no fellowship in the one true gospel in the Indianapolis area. If we walk in the light as He is in the light, we have (will have) fellowship one with another and the blood of Yeshua His Son cleanses us from all unrighteousness. Please feel free to keep in touch. I am always looking for fellowship in the one true gospel.
        Daniel dlang4@hotmail.com

  2. Dennis Thomsen says:

    Hello,

    You declare that Yeshua died for all men, yet not all men will be saved.

    How can this be? Does Yeshua lose some of those He died for?

    ……….Dennis

    dennislthomsen@hotmail.com

    • habasar says:

      Dennis, you understand not what “saved” means. Despite “many are called, few are chosen”, God loves all people, and Yeshua died for all men. The truth that all people are not saved, does not diminish the love of God. God is love. Paul writes in 1 Cor 15, “in Adam all died, in the Mashiach all our made alive, each person in God’s own order.” All people will be made alive in the end, despite all people not being saved. “Every knee shall bow and every tongue shall confess that Yeshua is Lord to the glory of the Father”, despite all people not being saved. Let God be true and every man a liar. God loves all people, and Yeshua died for all people and in the end all people shall live. The few, partakers of the divine nature (these are the ones who endure to the end by His grace and will alone), and the many of the nations of the saved, who do not enter in to the new Yerushalem, for they find it not within theirselves to enter in, but they bring the glory of the nations to the gates. And everything is as it should be, for God makes no mistakes. And all people everywhere know the one true God and give Him freely of the fruit of their lips, thanks God for Yeshua, the Lamb of God, and righteousness reigns forever and ever. And there shall be no sin or sorrow and tears.

  3. Dennis Thomsen says:

    habasar, Thank you for your quick response. It seems to me that we agree on many things which are unknown to most who claim “salvation”.

    Thanks for your web page, lots of good food.

    …………….Dennis

    • habasar says:

      Dennis, Yohan wrote, “if we walk in the light as He is in the light we have fellowship one with another and the blood of Yeshua, His Son, cleanseth us from all righteousness.” I agree.

  4. E.F.B. says:

    “Saved” carries many definitions according to one’s perspective of how far one is along in their life’s journey “to being saved”. Many do not understand the context of how the word is used in the passages it is used in, for example when it speaks of the 30, 60, and 100 fold it is speaking of three different classifications of being saved. Being saved to the 100 fold or the status of the elect by no means one is lost and is eternally tormented, it just means they have lost the salvation of the highest calling in Christ Jesus. In the New Testament it speaks of one running and failing but he will be saved, yet though as by “fire” or the further cleansing of God’s word.

    I may be saved into one of these three classifications yet lost to one of the others, so as we read in context, we understand God’s love for each and His placement into His kingdom as we learn and obey to our fullest extent and potential. While my being saved for example, may or may not be the calling of another, it is my calling or order to gain or lose…but salvation was given before the foundation of the world. Where we are placed in salvation and our “job description” in the future is what is being determined here on earth. We were born of the spirit in innocence, not having yet been placed in our order which was yet to be determined. “As in Adam all die, so as in Christ all shall be made alive, every man in his own order……..” If we study this verse in it’s completeness, comparing it with other scriptures it plainly tells us we “all” have an “order” to be completed in. As we understand the fall

    • E.F.B. says:

      Continued

      it included “all” of mankind as they had no choice in the matter we also understand that the term “so as” between the two parts of the sentence must use “all” in the same context. All means all and not just some no matter in the fall or in the resurrection.

      We each have our ability to understand the scriptures as God allows and we all do not understand them equally or at the same pace or with the same clarity as another. This is by God’s design for it is not knowledge ( for it says knowledge will cease) which makes us one but by His likeness of character in His spirit which makes us of His oneness. We must learn respect, forbearance, long suffering, patience, kindness, etc….to gain this likeness and we cannot take on His likeness and character until we learn to respect and tolerate others of varying perspectives and views. We grow through stages as do others and we must permit others the same respect we wish for ourselves….so love in the heart of a true believer knows no bounds as the heart of God knows no bounds. To emulate the Father we must learn to have His perspective and love for zeal, else we delude ourselves by thinking our knowledge is our savior. Knowledge is a helpmeet but it is not God. We may study many, many hours as does this writer but our confidence and salvation is not in what we know but who we know and who we are to become.

      Saved? In truth,we are only being saved from ourselves, that condition of the carnal man, born subject to vanity which we had no say in. We are being saved from our fleshy desires and being transformed to the condition of a new created man. one of where the spirit completely rules. Evils that come our way are but signs of direction to turn away from, for whom evil test and reproves and proves in a right direction (Job) is on the path to citizenship of their respective calling and order.

      In summary this commentary is given in the spirit of reconciliation for all from wherever or whatever perspective they may have at the moment, for it is not given to debate nor disagree but to add to….food for thought. Our love for the other must surpass “knowing about things” and agreeing on “things” and understand love does cover a multitude of sins. Let us strive to be like our Father, then our lesser things are swallowed up of the greater things, our love for the other where they are now.

      Best regards to all

    • habasar says:

      My sheep hear my voice and voice of Yeshua is the voice of the gospel. E.F.B, you speak many words but I do not hear the gospel. 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) You do not judge the words I speak by the one true gospel. And so I say to you, “Beware let any person spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the traditions of people, after the elements of the world, and not after the Mashiach!” Also read 2 Cor 11:3 and following about having one’s mind corrupted from the simplicity that is in the Mashiach. – Daniel

    • habasar says:

      My sheep hear my voice and voice of Yeshua is the voice of the gospel. E.F.B, you speak many words but I do not hear the gospel. 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) You do not judge the words I speak by the one true gospel. And so I say to you, “Beware let any person spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the traditions of people, after the elements of the world, and not after the Mashiach!” Also read 2 Cor 11:3 and following about having one’s mind corrupted from the simplicity that is in the Mashiach. – Daniel

      • E.F.B. says:

        There are different levels of understanding (described as heavens) as Paul described and even though all may not understand the place and understanding of another, God grants a higher understanding to those who can have dialouge with respect, love and consideration for the other.

        If we find ourself not liking ourself and our addiction to sin, and finding ourself losing being attracted to this world and it’s meaningfulness, and deeply desiring to know God and wanting to do His will, it is only because He has given this desire to us. These are all very promising thoughts and “attributes” to have, for which we will all one day be thankful for if we follow on to the end of our calling. All these things are of the Lord, the cause being His. He makes the way and chooses the time and instrumentalities in all our days, the people who come our way, the words, and circumstances, to bring one to salvation. Of Him it is said:

        “No one can come to Me unless the Father Who has sent Me draw him, and I will raise him up at the last day. It is written in the Prophets, ‘And they shall all be taught of God.’ Therefore everyone who hears and learns from the Father comes to Me”.

        Religion and church membership will not save you, neither having even very good deeds. Having great understanding of the scriptures will not save you, however correct your doctrine and “truths” are. If you study every day from morning till night this will not save you. If we do not according to “His” will and His way, nothing will “save” us. “Saving” us is saving us from what He Himself gave to us, our carnality, our fallen nature and yes, our ability to do bad deeds. This is all by His design and purpose in “saving” us. We must be reconciled, regenerated, redeemed and resurrected from what? It is from ourselves, that fallen nature given to each of us as it was given to Adam and Eve in the fall.

        When we have been allowed to “see” we see a wonderful process as was given Job to see the values in all things, good and bad. We see as Job we must by “experience” learn that it is God and God only through His Son that we are given life and life more abundantly as was Job. This is the purpose of the fall and the redemption from it plainly put, it is to have more of Himself, our positions to be secured by our “proven” devotion, loyalty and love toward not only Him but all of mankind. We can only love in truth when we understand “His” plan of salvation.

        We love…period.

      • habasar says:

        As I stated before, I do not hear the gospel (Luke 24, 1 Cor 15:1-6) in your many words.

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