Category Archives: Messianic

Believers in Yeshua ha Mashiach

A believer walks in the faith of Yeshua. The faith of Yeshua is the steadfastness (the Hebrew word, emuwna) of God. There can be no faith without steadfastness, and the steadfastness must be to the end. There is no falling … Continue reading

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Yeshua ha Zerah

All the understanding of Elohiym, the God of gods, comes through the writings of the prophets (Old Testament or Tanach) in the light of the Mashiach’s death for our sins, His burial and His resurrection the third day. Yeshua of … Continue reading

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Messianic Christian?

Beloved, literally “Christian” means “of Christos” or “one of Christos”: a follower of the Christos. Christos is the Greek word for “anointed one”, or in the Hebrew “mashiach”. As “seed” or “zerah” prophesied the coming promised one at the beginning, … Continue reading

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Messianic Jews (con’t)

I will present some thoughts of Jew and Gentile who call themselves believers in our day and hour, and judge their words by the one true gospel. The Gentile Christian says: “It is not possible to say one is a … Continue reading

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Messianic Jew or Jewish Christian?

Beloved, where to start? In the Tanach. It is written, “in thy seed, all the nations of the earth shall be blessed.” The seed is one, and the seed is Christ, and the interpretation is sure and true. (Galatians) All … Continue reading

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The History of Messianic Judaism

The quotations below are common on Messianic websites. This particular history was obtained from “Messianic Jews”, written by John Fieldsend. Quote: What are Messianic Jews? Remember the first church was entirely Jewish and did not have a special label. They … Continue reading

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Customs and the Law

When God chooses a Jew and gives him grace to accept the gospel message does he cease to become of Jew and from that point on must he be a Gentile? God forbid! The gospel preached to Abraham was: “in … Continue reading

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