I believe in:
In One God, the Father, who created the universe: His name is YHWH, YIHWEH. The
God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (Deuteronomy 6:4, Jeremiah 10:10, John 17:3). Hebrew word meaning: "He Shall be".
Only YHWH has to receive sacred worship (Deuteronomy 6:13, Luke
4:8.), It is because this is the only God (from Hebrew "Elohim": title that means The Most Mighty, The Most
In Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah, or Christ, a
descendant of David (Luke 18:38); in the new covenant confirmed in his blood (Luke
22:20), who will return to exercise his reign as the scriptures declare (Isaiah 9:7,
In the Gospel of Yeshua, or good news of the kingdom
of heaven; that is, believe in the death and resurrection of Him, repentance of sins,
with immersion in his name for the forgiveness of the sins; thereby receiving
the spirit of holiness (Acts 2:38).
That the spirit of holiness or holy spirit is the
strength of God (Psalms 51:11, Luke 1:35 ), not a divine person, but therefore, the
spirit of God.
That God's commandments are not burdensome, nor
are out of our reach (Deuteronomy 30:11). Therefore, we have to follow them to a holy
life (1 John 5:3). These commands are detailed in the Torah, or Law of Moses, and
must be met as you are Israelite or from the nations. That is, all of them are
Jews, but many also for the nations. They are called: moral prescriptions.
In a return to the Hebrew roots of faith, which has
been paganized by Christianity, and also disrupted by the Rabbinic Judaism.
The Christ's Church is Israel, that is, the meeting of Jews
and non-Jews who accept the new covenant in Yeshua (Romans 11; Ephesians 2:16).
In the gathering of all Israel in his land: Ephraim
and Judah (Ezekiel 37:19, Acts 1:6).
In the scriptures cited: in the Torah or Law of
Moses, the Prophets, and the Writings, known all this compendium by Jews as
Tanakh, and Old Testament for Christians. In the New Testament, the Book of Enoch,
the Book of Jubilees, and other non-canonical compendia. In a return the analysis
of their syntactic and semantic structures, and the context, idioms and others (Hebrew,
Greek , Aramaic); aimed at understanding what they meant when they wrote; preserving
the good, and rejecting the bad.
In the resurrection of the dead (Isaiah 26:19, John
In the time of Peace for Israel and the
whole world, after the return of Yeshua (Isaiah 2:4; Revelations 21:2).
Yeshua (Jesus) is biological son of Joseph
Yeshua is biological son of Yosef/Joseph, because the Messiahship of Yeshua is
given through the offspring of King David, and that of the House of David was
Joseph (Luke 1:27). Yeshua is a created being, that is, he has a beginning; a
doctrine known in this age as: Arianism (Colossians 1:15, 1 Timothy 6:16).
Yeshua (Jesus) is not God
Yeshua is not God, that is, he is not of the same
substance of the Father. In the rejection - therefore - of the Council of Nicea
Yeshua (Jesus) pre-existed
Yeshua pre-existed as a being created in the bosom of the Father from before the
foundation of the world, being reserved to be manifested when the time came
(John 1:1). He is an elohim/god, that is, a Powerful Being; Not God in the same
form as the unique and intrinsic true God, Who is the Father (John 17:3). Thus,
are many called gods: heavenly beings, kings, magistrates, judges, Moshe/Moses
(Exodus 7:1, Psalm 82:6, John 10:33).
Yeshua (Jesus) suffered on Wednesday not a Holy Friday
Yeshua suffered on Wednesday, and remained
deceased for three days and three nights (Matthew 12:40), that is, until Saturday
evening, instance in which the yom rishon begins/first day of the week
begins (in The
Bible the day begins in the evening).
The ruach haqodesh/holy spirit is the strength of God (Psalm 51:11, Luke 1:35),
not a person other than the Father, but therefore the spirit of God. It is the
manifestation of God in the universe, since He dwells in inaccessible light, not
even the whole universe can contain Him (1 Timothy 6:16). He is beyond space and
Men rebelled against the commandments of God shall be taken away from the
earth, and the righteous prospered (Malachi 4:1, Revelations 20:15).
Christianity has fallen into a massive apostasy
Christianity (Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican, Evangelical, etc.) has fallen
into a massive apostasy, leaving Torah, or Law of God, and the sound doctrine of
Messiah Yeshua. We must, therefore, work to rescue the correct basis of our faith.
In a true and effective death: that is, there is no
life beyond the grave immediately after dying. To deny death is to deny the
resurrection of Lord Yeshua, for in order to be resurrected, one must first have
died. Therefore, it is to deny all their labor for the salvation of Israel (Ecclesiastes
Satan or Devil
In Satan, an entity of spiritual structure that has made stumble man into sin,
and has the power of the fallen world (2 Corinthians 4:4), until power is given to
Christ and saints (Daniel 7:18 ), In a world raised, and exalted.