Nov 21, 2011


photo by: Chris Kotsiopoulos.
Yeshua said, “I was sent to the lost sheep of Israel,” 
(Matt 15:24; 10:5-7; 17-18; 19-20; 23) Yeshua also instructed his disciples to preach the Good News of the Kingdom to the lost sheep of Israel. 
(Acts9:15-16; 26:5-6; 7-8) The apostle Paul was chosen to preach Salvation and Good News to Israel and the Gentiles. 
(Ro 15:20-21; 24) After Paul was freed from Roman prison he traveled through Spain. Was Paul's mysterious journey seeking the lost tribes of Israel? 
(Col 3:11) As Paul spread the Good News of salvation; he  considered the contrast between different people groups; the Greeks compared to the Jews who are circumcised and the uncircumcised barbarians are different from the Scythian who once were slaves but now are free. Who then; are the Scythian people?
(Jas 1:1)  The apostles were aware of the location of the missing tribes of Israel. James  addressed a letter to the 12 tribes scattered among the nations.
(Ge 32:12)Yehawah Eloheyem promised Abraham that his descendants would be like the sands of the sea. 
(Ge 22:17; 18) Who are the descendants of Jacob and where are the lost tribes of Israel today? 

Aug 31, 2011


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 2 Corinthians 5:21; 2 Cor 5:21 NASB; 2 Cor 5:21 ESV; 2 Cor 5:21 KJV; variations in translations attempt to conform the original Greek text to agree with christian theological dogma. To learn the truth it is necessary to carefully read the original language while considering related scriptures.
When examining literary styles of authors it is reasonable to assume there are clear and logical similarities in the thought patterns of communicators in every era of history.  It is important to ask  analytical questions when synthesizing documents that may contain information difficult to transfer from an earlier style of writing into a reasonable facsimile. 
  A quote from George Washington’s farewell address contains colorful language from his era. Understanding his statements requires careful consideration of language and sentence structure. In paragraph 28, President Washington reminded us that:
  "It is substantially true, that virtue or morality is a necessary spring of popular government. The rule, indeed, extends with more or less force to every species of free government. Who, that is a sincere friend to it, can look with indifference upon attempts to shake the foundation of the fabric?"

Jul 17, 2011


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The mystery of the Eloheyem family is very great. John reveals in his gospel that Yeshua is the Eternal Logos. 
(Jn 1:1-3) Logos existed with the Heavenly Father and together; they created everything. 
(Jn 1:14)  Logos entered the physical creation by becoming human. It is revealed that he is the one and only Son who comes from the Father. (Jn 10:30) The Eloheyem family consisted of only two persons. So who or what is the Holy Spirit?

Jun 20, 2011


NASA Chandra
   Yeshua came the first time; to announce the Good News of the Kingdom of Heaven. He will return a second time to govern the earth. Yeshua revealed to His disciples many mysteries about the future plans of the Father.          (Mt 16: 27-28; 17:1-2; 3)  The disciples witnessed a vision of the Glorified Messiah; talking to Moses and Eli-Yeha-wu in the Kingdom. They later asked why do the scribes say Eli-Yeha must come first; (before the Kingdom comes???) Who is Eli-Yeha? Hebrew names contain a treasure of hidden information within a few words. Digging deeper will uncover a wealth of understanding.

Apr 23, 2011


    Amos 3:3 Fellowship
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(1Jn 4:16) And so we know and rely on the love (The Heavenly Father) has for us. (Eloheyem The Father) is love. Whoever lives in love; lives in (The Father), and (The Spirit of The Father) lives in us.  (John 14:15-17)
  What is True Love? The words of the Bible speak to our hearts. We long to be loved. Does the Creator of Life; Love everyone unconditionally?

Mar 26, 2011


NASA Apollo 11
  Question: do human beings have an immortal soul? The topic of Eternal Life is throughout the Bible. When  the first man Adam was created he became a living being. Bible translators often use the modern word (soul) to substitute for the original languages. In the old testament Hebrew language describes Adam as a living creature (chey–yeha nephesh) which means a living being dependent upon breath (air). The New Testament Greek language uses the word psyche to describe the intellectual knowledge of self-awareness and free will to express the life in humans. The word soul is constructed from the Hebrew and Greek words that do not contain any reference to immortality.

Mar 16, 2011


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   The Day of Atonement: Reveals the Eternal Creator's participation in the struggle of good against evil. Symbolism is used within the ritualistic animal sacrifices of Levitical Priestly Law. For symbolism to be properly understood there must be a clear association between the ritual performed in the Old Testament and the revealed truth defined in corresponding scriptural references. Many New Testament quotes portray atonement sacrificial imagery as identifiers of doctrinal prescriptions for salvation.

Mar 2, 2011


photo by: SSRO; Rick Gilbert
[Lucifer means: bringer of light or Morning Star]. The Heavenly Father and Son created Lucifer and placed him over a third of the angels and he was a powerful spiritual leader filled with wisdom and talented in music and song. The Father and Son continued creating a universe filled with stars and planets; with one special earth which would be a center for their creative work.

Feb 27, 2011


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   A Bible Topic: WHO IS JESUS: this blog is dedicated to the pursuit of truth as it is revealed in the Holy Bible. Bible chapters and verses may be linked to topic comments.  References to the original Hebrew and Greek languages are used to benefit Bible study. 
The name Jesus is well known to many people as the savior. When Jesus was born he was given the Hebrew name Yehawshua.