Does our Messiah teach his death cleanses our sin, that somehow his physical shedding of blood yields forgiveness for all sinners? or is this message a watered down version of his truth, even more, would he teach such a message?
The Hebrew truth?
This sort of thing is tantamount to suicide, a crime to YHWH – who teaches, “you shall not murder” (this includes the staging of our own murder – murder is murder). It is in this profound truth that we can begin to discard man-made doctrine for YH’shua’s true purpose, that which brings us back to basics, that of our walks – that of our hearts, that of his heart – his walk; a lesson that helps us define what obedience to the Father looks like, that we, the disobedient Adam (Eve) find salvation:
How simple yet profound right? A doctrine that prepares us to emulate he who one day will return, that he may recognize we are his true and faithful servants.
The question then? Am I walking in Messiah’s life example? If your answer is, “I am not sure”, then welcome to an original message. Come, the Hebrew Messiah waits.
May it be so, in YH’shua (YH is salvation)!!!!
“12 “Most assuredly, I say to you, he who believes in Me, the works that I do he will do also; and greater works than these he will do, because I go to My Father.” Amein 🙂