Holy Wednesday: The Day of Yahushua’s Sacrifice

Holy Wednesday: The Day of Yahushua’s Sacrifice

Huge and remarkable positive changes have been taking place in Christianity worldwide for several decades. The Reformation continues, especially in places like the American and the African continents. The name Yahuwah has been used very widely for decades in the form of Yahweh, which is the same in terms of consonants, slightly different in terms of vowels from the original name Yahuwah, but the essence is still there: YHWH

Among the many distortions, the circumstances and timing of the Sacrifice of the Lamb could not be left out. The enemy never sleeps. Several people are dealing with this topic, which is important because it is fundamentally our duty to restore everything that has been deformed by the institutional pseudo-churches. However, with this article, we will also examine

what are the deeper spiritual impacts of restoring such seemingly “minor” questions.

On what day did Yahushua die?

According to Christian tradition, Yahushua’s sacrifice on the cross happened on a Friday. Then, as we also read in the Scriptures, by Sunday morning the tomb was already empty and the Resurrection had taken place. Friday was chosen because we read in the Scriptures that this event took place a day before Saturday. Thus many people think that the Pesach holiday at that time fell on a weekly Saturday. They seem to have forgotten that in the Old Testament, all the major holidays are considered to be Shabbats. See in the Torah, book of Vayikra (Leviticus) 23rd chapter. Moreover:

No matter how we interpret the concept of day, whether from the Greek or the Hebrew perspective, a day or a night is always missing from the picture and it doesn’t take much mathematical knowledge to see that between Friday and Sunday many things can fit, except from 3 days and 3 nights.

However the promise is as follows:

For as Yonah was three days and three nights in the belly of a huge fish, so the Son of Man will be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.

Matthew 12:40

According to the Jewish calendar, the days begin on the evening of the previous day. This time of eve is what we call Erev, like in the expression erev shabbat which happens to be the name of our ministry as well. The Jewish day begins on the evening of the previous civil day, when the sun goes down.

The first day of the week, Yom Echad (Sunday), starts on Saturday evening.

But whether we count the 3 days and nights backwards from Sunday morning or Saturday evening, we will not fall on Friday in either case.

The crucifixion took place on Wednesday

From here we can start counting:
– Wednesday: CRUCIFIXION + FIRST night
– Thursday FIRST day + SECOND night
– Friday SECOND day + THIRD night
– Saturday THIRD day + with the arrival of the first day of the week, Saturday evening: RESURRECTION

The Jews were preparing for the Sabbath. But this Shabbat was the great holiday as we read in the Old Testament and not the weekly Sabbath. Thus, the same laws applied for Pessach since the Great Holidays are considered as being fully shabbats as well.

Furthermore, we read: When the Sabbath was over, Myriam Magdalene, Myriam the mother of Yaakov, and Salome bought spices so that they might go to anoint Yahushua’s body. Mark 16:1

Here we can also see that one Sabbath had to pass and the other had to come before the first day of the week, so that between the two the women could buy the oil and spices for the anointing of Yahushua’s body. Because no one works on Shabbat and everything is closed, and these faithful women are unlikely to have broken the law of the Sabbath even for such an act.

What time did Yahushua die?

The problem of the hours is similar. Today’s civilian timekeeping is identical to the Roman timekeeping of that time, according to which the day begins at midnight. So the first hour starts at midnight, and then a 12-hour cycle starts again at noon.

Interestingly, the calculation of the Jewish hours did not start with the onset of the evening, but the daylight hours only started at sunrise. At this time, around Pesach in Israel, the sun rises between 6 and 7 in the morning. Thus, the hours mentioned in the Gospels are to be counted from this time.

Yahushua was crucified at the third hour. This was roughly between 9 and 10 a.m. Roman/modern time. It was nine in the morning when they crucified him. Mark 15:25 as we can read in the renewed english translation instead of at the Sixth hour in the former versions. The changed the original SIXTH expression in order to make sure we understand the exact time of the day when crucifixion began. Then it follows saying instead of the original THIRD our, we can read: At noon, darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon. Mark 15:33

And darkness spread over the world around noon. When, if not then? At the time when the sun reaches its highest point, when it is the warmest and especially the brightest. In short, the darkness came when people least expected it. Elohim leaves nothing to chance, and arranges his signs in such a way that they cannot be misinterpreted or explained with other arguments.

This darkness lasted for three more hours after the curtain was torn apart, i.e. Wednesday approx. from 3 to 4 p.m.

After that, they put him in the grave and the period of 3 nights and 3 days began.

Were there two Seder evenings?

A very big question still remains regarding the described holiday and series of events.

Yahushua and his disciples ate the lamb at the last supper on the first day of unleavened bread on Nisan 14 according to the Mosaic instruction as we read: On the first day of the Festival of Unleavened Bread, the disciples came to Yahushua and asked, “Where do you want us to make preparations for you to eat the Passover?” Matthew 26:17

This is how we remember that evening – the day before the day of the exodus, when the angel of death killed the first-born Egyptians. We had to slaughter the 1-year-old lamb – which is a young ram – and smear its blood on our doorposts then quickly eat everything being fully dressed up and ready to go.

If this event fell on the date that Yahushua and the 12 disciples ate their last meal on earth, the Pharisees and Sadducees would have to arrest him one day before without letting them the chance to gather and have the Last Supper together. Why did they urge the execution only the next day which, according to Yahushua’s act of celebration, was already the day of Passover, thus a Shabbat?

Why didn’t the Jews of that time observe the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread when Yahushua and his disciples did?

Because they would have had to try to kill Him before that precise night when the Master and the disciples met for the last time and not the day after!

If the rest of the Jews had eaten the meat of the lamb then, like Yahushua and his disciples, they would not have been able to take anyone to the stake the next day, since it was already a holiday, i.e. Saturday!

We don’t know exactly why this shift happened. Perhaps Yahushua brought it a day earlier so that the Jews would symbolically sacrifice Him as a lamb when the lamb sacrifices were also made according to the law? Or maybe a Baylonian distortion modified the original counting of dates? Perhaps something happened in Babylon that besides modifying the Commandments did also modify the dates and forgot one day somewhere. One jewish day may have been left in Babylon? Who knows? I don’t have an answer to that question for the moment. No such historical record exists to my knowledge. But the latter explanation seems more logical, although in this case the shift did not extend to the days of the week, but only to the dates. Indeed, Yahushua and his disciples have always kept the same Shabbats at the same moment of the weeks as the other Jews.

But what is certain:

Yahushua’s sacrifice was to fall on the day when the Jews performed the lamb sacrifices.

Sequence of events

Yahushua eats the sacrificial lamb with his disciples
On the first day of the Festival of Unleavened Bread, the disciples came to Yahushua and asked, “Where do you want us to make preparations for you to eat the Passover?” … They left and found things just as Yahushua had told them. So they prepared the Passover. When the hour came, Yahushua and his apostles reclined at the table. And he said to them, “I have eagerly desired to eat this Passover with you before I suffer.
Matthew 26:17 and Luke 22:13-15

Yahushua prays in the Garden of Gethsemane
When they had sung a hymn, they went out to the Mount of Olives (…) Once more he went away and prayed the same thing. When he came back, he again found them sleeping, because their eyes were heavy. They did not know what to say to him. Returning the third time, he said to them, “Are you still sleeping and resting? Enough! The hour has come. Look, the Son of Man is delivered into the hands of sinners. Rise! Let us go! Here comes my betrayer!”
Mark 14:26, 39-42

Yahushua is arrested
They took Yahushua to the high priest, and all the chief priests, the elders and the teachers of the law came together.
Mark 14:53

Yahushua is brought before Pilate
Very early in the morning, the chief priests, with the elders, the teachers of the law and the whole Sanhedrin, made their plans. So they bound Yahushua, led him away and handed him over to Pilate.
Mark 15:1

Crucifixion in the 3rd hour (around 9:00 a.m.)
It was nine in the morning when they crucified him.
Mark 15:25

Darkness around noon until 3 pm
At noon, darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon.
Mark 15:33

Yahushua dies / the Curtain is torn in two
And at three in the afternoon Yahushua cried out in a loud voice, “Eloi, Eloi, lema sabachthani?” – which means “My Elohim, my Elohim, why have you forsaken me?” – (…) With a loud cry, Yahushua breathed his last. The curtain of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom.

Mark 15:34, 37-38

They make sure He is dead
Now it was the day of Preparation, and the next day was to be a special Sabbath. Because the Jewish leaders did not want the bodies left on the crosses during the Sabbath, they asked Pilate to have the legs broken and the bodies taken down.
John 19:31

Yahushua is laid in a tomb
It was Preparation Day (that is, the day before the Sabbath). So as evening approached, Yossef of Arimathea, a prominent member of the Council, who was himself waiting for the kingdom of Elohim, went boldly to Pilate and asked for Yahushua’s body. Pilate was surprised to hear that he was already dead. Summoning the centurion, he asked him if Yahushua had already died. When he learned from the centurion that it was so, he gave the body to Yossef. So Yossef bought some linen cloth, took down the body, wrapped it in the linen, and placed it in a tomb cut out of rock. Then he rolled a stone against the entrance of the tomb. Myriam Magdalene and Myriam the mother of Yossef saw where he was laid.
Mark 15:42-47

The women buy, then prepare the anointing oil and finally rest on Saturday
When the Sabbath was over, Myriam Magdalene, Myriam the mother of Yakov, and Salome bought spices so that they might go to anoint Yahushua’s body. (…) Then they went home and prepared spices and perfumes. But they rested on the Sabbath in obedience to the commandment.
Mark 16:1 and Luke 23:56

Pesach is fulfilled

So Yahushua celebrated the Seder – the night before the Exodus, when the Jews living in the land of Goshen ate the meat of the sacrificial lamb while the angel of death was killing the firstborn in Egypt.

Then the disciples drank the blood of the lamb, thus symbolically smearing the blood by which they were redeemed on the doorposts of their hearts so that death has no longer power over them. The next day, through the death of the Lamb of Elohim, He offered mankind the door and opportunity of Salvation – the ultimate exodus of mankind from the fallen world.

The rest of the Jews, who did not follow the Messiah, crucified the Savior on the Day of the Lamb Sacrifice, precisely when the lambs were sacrificed in preparation for the Passover.

Prophetically, the Jews sacrificed their Messiah as a Lamb,

which most of Jews still have not consumed since then, because they persist in rejecting Him. But at the end of time, i.e. now, more and more of us, Jews, are gathering around that table of Seder where our Master sat with his disciples. More and more of us are continuously gathering there to accept His sacrifice and blood for the forgiveness of our sins and as a seal of our salvation.

Why are these questions important?

Again and as I have written many times: Dates and times do not save you, as Paul warns us. The feasts are fulfilled in us by being born again, by our covenant with Yahushua HaMashiach and Ruach HaKodesh filling our hearts. (See: The Feasts of Yahuwah in Yahushua)

Restoring dates and times are important because they are part of the whole picture.

They are part of the Gospel. And as such, everything has its exact role and place. And if we do Restorative work – Apostolic work – it must cover everything. Not in oder to create new dogmas/laws/theologies and breed new and even more Pharisees, but rather because Yahuwah ordered it that way and if Satan messes with it at any level,

then it is our duty by Ruach HaKodesh to restore the details as well, so that the whole truth is strengthened thereby.

Most often, the world rejects the Good News we are bringing because they see the contradictions caused by these deviations. And if we cannot give answers to their questions and objections, or if we approach them being contaminated by these distortions ourselves, then we are not credible and our testimony is weak.

There is another very big problem with this: the further distancing of the Jews from the recognition of the Messiah. When the Savior himself, Yahushua, declares that no other sign will be given to this people – the Jews – than the sign of Yonah, then any alteration of the times and days adds further bricks in the wall that separates the chosen people from their own Messiah. Thus, collective responsibility falls on groups of believers who do not smooth the way between Jew and Yahushua, as Yohanan (John the Baptist) once began. Such a person works against the prophecies and not for their fulfillment.

Do never lose sight of the fact that one of the essence of our ministry as disciples is as follows:

Prepare the way of Yahuwah, make straight in the desert a highway for our Elohim!

Isaiah 40 / Matthew and Luke 3…

This is the basic summary of reformation: taking all obstacles and stones away from the path between Man and Elohim.

See also: New Year’s Day: When the Messiah was born!, Prophet Ezekiel’s Message for Christmas, The Feasts of Yahuwah in Yahushua


You will own nothing and be happy

You will own nothing and be happy

The Original Structure of the Early Church and the System of Managing Its Wealth

It may seem strange that when I write about the testimony of Yahuwah who cares for us and provides us with our daily bread, I use as a title a phrase cynically used by the forces of the antichrist. Satan, as a monkey of Elohim, again did not invent anything on his own, so no one should be mislead by this sentence!

When it comes out of the mouths of the puppets of the Antichrist, we are rightly outraged since it is hiding unhealthy intentions and aspirations. But once again, the situation proves us that the enemy wants to appropriate a very noble idea, even a promise and we, the disciples do not even realize that this sentence is one of the keys that should govern our daily life. We are not aware that the Church has lost and forsaken that blessing long ago. For the promise of Elohim is the same then and now. Thus it is time for us to return to and restore it as soon as possible. For indeed, as followers of the Messiah:

We do not have and cannot have anything in this world.

Just like our Lord Yahushua had nowhere to lay his head.

However, we do still own houses, cars, work contracts or businesses, and we give thanks to Elohim for that. But we must always consider these things as if they wouldn’t belong to us.

“Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moths and vermin destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. Mattew 6:19-21

Perhaps you’ve also experienced already that the less you were bound to material things, the more you were free and pure in spirit!
I am not preaching the gospel of poverty here, but The Gospel, with a capital G, that is free from all sorts of excesses. I am speaking of the original promises, where earthly possessions are a blessing, as long as they are given to us exactly according to our needs.

No more no less !

For the two extremist gospels, the one of excess and the other of privation are huge lies opposing and mutually nourishing each other and which hold many Christians in very critical spiritual and physical bondage:

The gospel of success and the gospel of poverty: the first which uses the Almighty as a tool to satisfy human objectives and the second which, neglecting the work and power of Yahushua and Ruach HaKodesh (the Holy Spirit), falls into the sin of self-redemption and self-sanctification.

For our part, let us be wise and avoid these two foolish doctrines and ask our Father what Agur asked Him in the book of Proverbs:

Keep falsehood and lies far from me; give me neither poverty nor riches, but give me only my daily bread. Otherwise, I may have too much and disown you and say, ‘Who is Yahuwah?’ Or I may become poor and steal, and so dishonor the name of my Elohim. Proverbs 30:8-9

I don’t want to dwell on the issue of tithing in what follows, but to sum up:

our tithe in Yahushua HaMashiah is none other than our whole being and all our possessions

When we consecrate all that we ARE and all that we HAVE on the altar of Elohim, the question of what will happen tomorrow can no longer be asked. From then on, Elohim is the Master and owner of everything and He personally takes care of us. Those who are still afraid of the next day are not fully engaged and some areas of their lives have still not been handed over to the High Priest, our Messiah Yahushua.

This is often the case, especially in our relationship to material things. In such cases, the problem is that we still cannot accept unconditionally what Elohim wants to give us and that we do not yet see. It is difficult for us humans to agree to move forward a bit blindly without being able to plan our future ourselves or simply not seeing what tomorrow has in store for us. We would always like to know, but the Kingdom of Heaven does not work that way and we must accept it and renew our conscience.

For us men, the question of finances, as well as our relationship with women, are among all the others, the most sensitive questions that we have to face.

This is what our Lord Yahushua HaMashiah asked the rich young man. By sharing his wealth, he should not have kept struggling for himself and worry about what will happen to his possessions. By distributing his wealth, he could have supported the fraternal community in which he would have had his place/function and everything he needed.

The one who stores up heavenly treasures is none other than the one who is letting himself being built up by Ruach HaKodesh and who then preaches the Gospel and proclaims the forgiveness of sins, the new birth and who passes through the Holy Spirit to the born again brethren. Such a disciple will also receive earthly goods according to his needs in order to do this work unhindered. The rich young man was offered the same the as we are today:

we can continue with Yahushua, with less personal wealth, but with a large and eternal family, surrounded by brothers and sisters, avoiding both privations and luxuries.

Then we will understand and see the fulfillment of the following promise:

So do not worry, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ For the pagans run after all these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them. But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own. Mattew 6:31-34

Just as the Holy Land is not the property of the Jewish people, but is simply its rightful and sole tenant, our homes and other material possessions are to serve the glory of Yahuwah. We’re better of hanging all that we are to Elohim, declaring Him being the owner of everything that belongs to us so that our possessions are in the best hands we can imagine. Our life and wealth is going to be blessed only if we’ll be able to declare this wholeheartedly and categorically. This is the way the providence of Elohim does really work.

What is the true Providence of Elohim?

But I think we should live a much more radical lifestyle as followers of the Messiah. A way of life that began in the past, almost 2000 years ago as we can read in the book of Acts, but which unfortunately fell into disuse.

Is it really good to have anything recorded in our own names?

Isn’t that the worst source of temptation that most people fall into? They are believers, but are spiritually and physically overwhelmed because they are consumed by material worries and money!

When we acquire wealth, we enjoy it like the people of the world and immediately start to always need more and more just like them. In the end we are terrified at the idea of losing everything. Because the fear of seeing moths and rust eat away our goods does also eat us away from within. This fear is a powerful thief in itself which is robing our time and energy to the detriment, for example, of the ministry that we should be doing.

But for those believers who gave up everything to and for the KING and who are simple users and not the owners of the goods they are living from, there is nothing to fear concerning the next day. Indeed, such a person knows perfectly well that even if something bad happens, the Owner is there to replace, restore and make all of our troubles become a blessing. Everything has a specific purpose even when troubles are arising. What is stolen from us belongs to the Supreme King.

How can anyone think that He isn’t able to fill all of our gaps easily?

Who do we think He is? Is He not the Almighty, the Eternal of Hosts? Our Master is not just a banker, but also an insurer (as well as a doctor, a teacher, etc.).

Furthermore, our King is also our Bridegroom. For us men, our role and place in relation to Him is similar to that of the woman who, in more balanced times, was really in her place and assumed her tasks with enthusiasm and joy. As that kind of woman. our task is taking care of the garden and of the children. While working that way, it is our Husband who performes the more difficult tasks by cultivating the land in order to provide for the needs of the family.

The Husband is fully taking care of the needs of his wife and children. Thus the wife does not have to worry that something would go wrong that she couldn’t replace on her own. She does not have to worry if a danger would arise from which she can’t protect herself and her children. And of course, she does not have to be stressed by the idea of not having anything to put in the saucepan to feed herself and the whole family.

We men, living in the Messiah, have a similar relationship with Yahushua as the wife has with her husband.

Our Bridegroom is the head, He protects us, He provides, He replaces, He restores and in His case He even heals us daily. We must only take care of the children and cultivate the vegetable garden: In other words our duty is to give life to new disciples by evangelism, then to carry them to adulthood by teaching them, feeding them with the Word as well as strengthening the already mature brothers.

Christian Kibbutz

Here too it is worth taking a look at some Jewish communities,

in order to see how in Christ we should position ourselves in relation to money, material things, objects, work, and each other. I am not thinking here of Jewish businessmen and bankers, and even less of Orthodox religious communities, but of those Israeli settlers who lived in the famous kibbutzim from the 1940’s to the 1970’s. They lived in smaller communities growing their own food and cultivating the land. Since these self-sufficiant groups were functioning remarkably well in many aspects until the 1980s.

By saying this, I do not wish in any way to Christianize the communist/socialist ideals, but to emphasize that it is precisely these false ideologies which have taken over and stolen the original models from us.

Early Jewish settlers also created and managed these communities based on socialist doctrines and other anthroposophies and not according to the declared Word and Will of Elohim, the Torah. Therefore, the kibbutzim could not survive for long, having been based on human interests and ideas. Indeed, when the foundations are false, the building collapses sooner or later. However, they can be used to open our eyes to recognize the original model of which they were only the shadows.

We must not allow false ideologies to rob us of the main root of the blessings that are promised to us. Let us recover the original structural form of the Body of the Messiah, as we read in the Acts of the Apostles. Because, the sad and harmful heritage of those satanic socialist and communist systems consists precisely in the fact that they expropriated something holy in order to falsify it, defile it. These noble concepts having been lowered and made ungrateful, Christians do not even realize that it is the kind of societal model that was invented for them in the first place.

But this system can only function and subsist if it is put under the unique power of Elohim.

Earlier, I wrote about how the enemy anticipates the truths, actions and fulfillment of Elohim’s prophecies by creating a counterfeit, which he lauches “into the market” in advance, before the original should appear. He uses this strategy in order to distract people’s attention from the original. See: Tools of Deception 1 – OVERTAKING

Our Christian kibbutz is no other than our life, the functioning of our relationships with our brothers, our ministries, our civil work and our places of residence. All these things should look and work like what we are reading as follows:

When they heard this, they raised their voices together in prayer to Elohim. “Sovereign Yahuwah,” they said, “you made the heavens and the earth and the sea, and everything in them. You spoke by Ruach HaKodes – the Holy Spirit – through the mouth of your servant, our father David: “ ‘Why do the nations rage and the peoples plot in vain? The kings of the earth rise up and the rulers band together against Yahuwah and against his anointed one. ’ Indeed Herod and Pontius Pilate met together with the Gentiles and the people of Israel in this city to conspire against your holy servant Yahushua, whom you anointed. They did what your power and will had decided beforehand should happen. Now, Yahuwah, consider their threats and enable your servants to speak your word with great boldness. Stretch out your hand to heal and perform signs and wonders through the name of your holy servant Yahushua.” After they prayed, the place where they were meeting was shaken. And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke the word of Elohim boldly. All the believers were one in heart and mind. No one claimed that any of their possessions was their own, but they shared everything they had. With great power the apostles continued to testify to the resurrection of the Lord Yahushua. And Elohim’s grace was so powerfully at work in them all that there were no needy persons among them. For from time to time those who owned land or houses sold them, brought the money from the sales and put it at the apostles’ feet, and it was distributed to anyone who had need. Acts of the Apostles 4:24-35

What preceded the emergence of this perfect social form?


It was then that they learned to live together and connect with each other properly.

Just as the Commandments of the Old Testament were fulfilled on the day of Shavuot as described in the Acts of the Apostles by the arrival of Ruach HaKodesh, among these, the laws concerning the social structure and functioning of the chosen people were also fulfilled. been performed in their most perfect form, as we read in Atcts 4:32 to 5:16.

Badly organized brotherly relationships

The pattern described in the Acts of the Apostles is the functioning that should still characterize the Church today. Unfortunately this is no longer the case.

The Father, the Son, Ruach HaKodesh and His Word are all the same today as they were then and will be forever.
If this is a fact, then everything described in Acts, as well as all the characteristics of the Church of that time. Everything has to work as in those holy days: Community life, the types of tongues, prophecies, signs, wonders, healings and Sanctification.

This cannot be accomplished by human will and effort, but only

under the guidance of Ruach HaKodesh, where all of us, in unity, put our trust only in Elohim.

Once such a level of faith has been reached, brothers and sisters will no longer have to live at different social and financial levels.

If someone is an architect, engineer or economist (to mention some of the highest paying professions on the market as an example), they shouldn’t mind if the people who deliver their mail or those who clean their offices have practically the same amount of money as them to live on a daily basis. Even if they are the ones who generate the largest part of the income, if they are brothers: everyone should have the money distributed according to their needs.

Because the clerk and the housekeeper both also invest time and effort in their work, just like the bosses, maybe even more. Is it therefore normal that they must constantly fight to survive and cannot make ends meet without being forced into debt? While the biggest issue of those having a higher degree is choosing which restaurant to invite their business partners to, which distant country to go on the next holiday with the family, which new car or house to buy or what investment could be the best to put their extra money in.

Because work is a whole that crumbles if any link breaks or ceases to exist. We are interdependent. A surgeon cannot carry out surgeries successfully without having his assistants/nurses by his side and without the operating room having been thoroughly cleaned beforehand.

If you remove the side-characters leaving only the main actor to perform alone on stage or in a movie, the work will lose all its meaning, no matter how good the remaining actor may be. The performance will become heavy and indigestible and the auditorium will soon become empty.

Anyone who is truly Spirit-filled must understand that IQ and the right social conditions, level of education, being born in the right place, at the right time, in the right family etc., should not allow anyone to tolerate or worse, practice such a level of difference in income and lifestyle compared to brothers of more difficult conditions. This conception comes from the world, it is against the Law, it is ruthless, deeply human and selfish.

Where can one find communities today – except of the Amish – where these laws of the jungle are not accepted and cultivated even amongst the Body of the Messiah? “So the world is” say modern Christians. “Let’s pray the Lord that at least we makes us look more like the wolves than their preys!”

Unfortunately, this way of thinking has seeped into the depths of communities and governs the lives of Christians with impunity and little remorse.

This is what the teachers of the gospel of success preach. Where, instead of restoring the Commandments of Elohim, they encourage to pray the Almighty, so that He blesses them with such a blessing like the wolves outside. Then, once their pockets are filled, they drop a tithe here, an offering there, as a sacrifice of grace towards the Father, but above all as a sacrifice of expiation towards their own conscience which knows very well that something has gone really wrong.

At best, these offerings go directly to the needy, but usually they end up in the piggy-bank of the local church instead. Either way, people’s consciences are kept clean, they wash their hands like Pilate and go quickly away like the rich young man in the parable, so that they don’t have to face the Word of Yahuwah and recognize what they really should be doing and how they should manage their wealth.

Thus contemporary disciples remain attached to their own goods, obtained by their own work which they use for their own interests and well-being. So that in the end many could ask: “in what do Christians still differ from the people of the outside world?”

As long as the basis of the Body of Christ remains the model of American Christian capitalism and not the original, no revival is to be expected, let no one be fooled.

Indeed, it is from that direction that the cramming of the gospel of injustice has been reaching us for more than half a century.

And while we give thanks to the Lord, we don’t even realize that mammon still rules our finances.

Unfortunately, this material approach is the most valid in the case of communities that were originally created on the basis of Pentecostal blessings and activities. It seems that the closest Christians get to the original roots, the heaviest is the counterattack from part of the ennemy.

But if our way of thinking is really in the Pentecostal Spirit, then we must realize that a worker should not live under more difficult conditions than a his brother who is a doctor or a lawyer.

Indeed, the latter will have more income, since they get it from the unrighteous world. But as soon as they return to the common living space, then everything must be put in the common fund together with the money of those who have less income, so that everyone receives from it according to their needs.

Thus our money will be sanctified and blessed!

Moreover, if someone was born into a better family, had a more comfortable and harmonious childhood with a healthier genetic heritage, because he was conceived in a more orderly environment, where there was no “as many” sins, alcoholism, etc, if he has a more stable intellect, or even more advantageous physical characteristics which basically opens doors to further opportunities in life, would all this mean that as a member of the Kingdom of Elohim, he should continue to enjoy for himself all the benefits that such assets can bring after being born-again in the Messiah?

Several questions can arise when I try to protect the rights of people with less education and qualifications:

– Didn’t the graduate invest a lot of work in his studies to get where he is?
Yes, because being born with such advantages, it was not too much of a problem for him to cultivate what he basically had. A supporting family, a good intellect and enough wealth for financing his studies, all that contributed to it.
But always remind that as long as he was a student, he did not have to go to work like his poor brother who, for lack of financial and intellectual means, had to go and earn his living from an early age.
Those who study, simply postpone their professional activities for many years. While the other is already working, the first one is acquiring knowledge for himself. At the time of taking up the job, the other will have already worked for many years, having paid all sorts of taxes which, among other things, will have been used to help that first one getting his degrees. All this by doing works that are much harder and more physical than those the graduate will ever do in his life.

The world also let workers retire earlier than those working in offices.

Next argument they can come up with:

– “The higher the position, the greater the responsibility!”
If we take the exemple of a doctor, we can say that if our faith was in order, we might not even need them. At least not to this extent. But for the rest, engineers, lawyers, economists, etc., these people are working on the construction of a world in perpetual growth such as the Tower of Babel, rather than working on the edification of the Celestial Sanctuary: the Church. This does not mean that followers of Yahushua cannot practice such professions, but certainly not in the form in which it is done today.
In addition, a higher level of responsibility implies a greater number of challenges and interest in their work which are source of motivation. Motivation, on the other hand, is one of the main drivers of well-being that gives satisfaction in what we’re doing. When a person is motivated, he has already received one of the greatest rewards that work can give: the fact of being satisfied with what we are working on.

There is no more painful feeling than the lack of motivation. What a feeling of hopelessness when you have no more goals and prospects in your life! The higher you are in the hierarchy, the more “important” your role may seem, the lower are the chances that you feel miserable in your job.

However, there is no inferior or dirtier work!

All professions are important and noble if they are done properly. All jobs can be inspiring and motivating if we do them in a good conscience.

What the world considers valuable or not is its problem and none of our business. This should not influence our way of thinking.

Elohim does not look at peoples’ diploma and level of studies, but at the hearts and energy they do invest in their work.

Elohim looks at the amount of sweat, the work done in relation to the talents that the person has received in the first place. What interests Yahuwah is the attitude of people towards the work they received, the degree of gratitude and enthusiasm they are showing while working as well as the level of glory that is returned to Him during the tasks. Does the person really work for the Glory of Elohim, with and for Him? Does he or she also demonstrate humility and respect toward their superiors? The only question He asks is: Are we fulfilling His requirements as written in the New Testament?

These are the things that really matter to Him!

If we were fully the members of the same Body, then, based on the parable of 1Corinthians 12, the question could be asked how did one member become stronger or grow disproportionately bigger compared to the others? If we are the members of the same Body,

shouldn’t we feed from the same stomach we should be sharing as well?

And if today these glaring differences within Christianity is clearly present, then we are feeding ourselves from different stomachs that simply means that we are not one body at all. The Body of the Messiah should not look like a mutant whose members seem to have been inherited from Arnold Schwarzenegger for some and from Mahatma Gandhi for others.

Poverty resulting from laziness

Of course, there are a large number of people who owe their misery also to their own sins of omission and laziness in particular. Many could have studied and learned, but they did not. Many could have climbed the social ladder, but preferred wine, gambling and women. (see the book of Proverbs concerning the path of fools).
But when such a person repents, is baptized, is born again in the Messiah, becomes filled with His Spirit and becomes a member of His Body, his sins have been forgiven to him and no one can blame him for being in such a situation any longer.
He must then be helped to learn to work and to love it. Therefore, the question is: to what extent he henceforth satisfies the conditions that can be expected from a born again christian?

Anyone who persists in parasitism and laziness will sooner or later have to be expelled from the community,

until this spiritual leprosy ceases and the person is free from it. Again, the commandments of the Torah provide the answers on how the Body of Messiah has to function today. Because there are differences between the foreigner, the traveler, the daily worker and the inhabitant and we should not mix up these people’s rights.

We must ask the Father for the Ruach HaKodesh to fulfill the decrees regarding the functioning of the People of Israel within the Church today. We find the complete manual in the Old Testament!

It’s not communism or any other utopia I’m talking about here, but the Kingdom of Elohim, which is among us, therefore inside of us. This is a promise, and it is our duty to pray for the restoration of this original order of the Church.

If the Messiah is ruling over us and our communities, then His Law must also live and act among us. In this way, he will also protect us from undesirables who come among us with bad intentions in order to live as parasites and take advantage of our common goods. The way that happened in the case of this couple of impostors who wanted to deceive the Apostles by withholding part of the sum of their sold property in Acts 5.

Worker/Engineer: Same salary?

As we have explained, the world is the one that thinks the more knowledge, degrees and language skills people have, the more valuable they are. But these are just talents. Elohim distributes them according to His will and loves those who receive them in the same way regardless of the number of talents they had been given by Him. But everyone has the duty to make them grow!

Elohim, on the other hand, watches with how many drops of sweat, even tears, someone is doing his work. If he received fewer talents, does he deal with them according to his Commandments?

Whoever was born into a better family, who grew up in a better neighborhood, with better physical and intellectual capacities, will be more accountable in the end.

We don’t receive more, to build ourselves up and watch our brothers toil to avoid starvation and ruin.

Does a manager, engineer or doctor have more responsibilities? May he be happier and praise the Lord even more! For he had received more interesting and exciting work, a source of greater joy and more satisfaction. This in itself is a great remuneration and an additional reward for his soul. He is higher up on the ladder, so less exposed to potential petty bosses. This situation in no way justifies differences of 10-20 or even more times the salary of another person.

It should be emphasized that here it is only question of the functioning of the Body of the Messiah. The world is as it is, it is not up to us to change it. I am not talking about reforming the World’s economical system. This one is running to its loss as it has been written for long in the good Book. I am talking about reforming the Church to its original pattern. It is the Body of Messiah that could and should function in this way and witness in the eyes of the world to the justice and love of Yahuwah in making such a righteous society function.

Naturally, an engineer or a doctor needs different and more expensive tools to work with. Each would receive from the common fund what he needs to fulfill his function. The number of children must also be taken into account, but in terms of own pocket money, daily expenses, food-heating-access to housing-etc, none of this should differ so significantly between brothers and sisters such as what we see happening in the world and in Christianity today.

What is obtained by the disciples from the unjust mammon must be sanctified on the Altar of Elohim to be redistributed fairly according to His will and their needs.

Here also, it will happen that someone receives more than the other, because having a larger family or precisely a job involving more responsibilities, requiring more sophisticated thus more expensive equipment. Of course, a doctor’s stethoscope costs more than a housekeeper’s broom. An architect, on the other hand, will need more expensive and more efficient computing devices than a car mechanic, who would only use them for leisure and thus would have to make it with less efficient, lower cost models. Those who travel more during their work will be allowed to buy a more efficient car, etc.

We are not talking here of a rigid and blind Bolshevik system, but of

a world literally made perfect by the action of the Spirit of Elohim,

where the truth of the Almighty would work in an almost unimaginable and perfect way for the common good.

A system similar to this is now emerging in the world: a counterfeit of that perfect and original pattern, which the antichrist is building in these days. This will be the last world order where the ruling elite would take back from the Western world the right to a life of luxury and idleness that it has led since the end of the Second World War. The pre-covid era was truly an unsustainable and harmful system, especially for the part of the world that did not benefit from common resources. The concept of taking back everything from the hands of western people like us is therefore a very good idea in principle. But it is precisely the same spirit that was responsible for the construction of this chaotic and perverse system which now comes as a savior to bring order in its own way and always for its own benefit.

The goal is the perfect and final submission of the whole humanity to the central power.

This end-time world system will be one in which we, the followers of Yahushua, will no longer have our place. We shall be forced to return to the social form and life dealt with in this article. Because when those who will not have taken the mark of the beast on their hands of foreheads and therefore will no longer be able to buy or sell, we’ll have only one thing left to do with our dipolomas and other patents: to sew them into the lining of our jackets in order to reduce the feeling of cold that will challenge us once in the street. Unfortunately, it looks like the rapture won’t actually happen until the great tribulation begins, as many are claiming. But one way or another, the Body of Messiah will have to endure at least 3.5 years. If we do not follow and restore this societal model, it will come as a surprise to us, and the test will only be greater.

Half-Truth of Antichrist / Fullness of Christ

The title phrase was not only stolen from us, but as usual, the enemy uses all the originals in an incomplete way or by adding something to them. In this case, something is missing. Indeed, because in the sentence: “You will have nothing and you will be happy” we must add:

and you won’t miss a thing!

When the antichrist offers his seal, through which people’s knowledge and spiritual-physical condition can be significantly improved, through external and human intervention (with AI for exemple), then humanity will truly achieve the apparent earthly happiness that they all yearn for. What can be achieved here on earth, through knowledge, science and technology, is soon going to reach its peak. Through the connection of perfect knowledge and health with the Internet, health organizations and centers, almost unimaginable doors and opportunities open up for the modern man, the transhuman.

All sources of collective happiness will be available tomorrow. People won’t have private properties, so they won’t have to worry about what will happen if they lose them. The central power will provide all the means they will need to continue this parasitic and futile way of life that has ruled the world for more than half a century. Like in the socialism of the old days, when people lived in municipal flats and received almost free utilities (the bills then were a much smaller portion of salaries than they are today). Work will also be completely different, many won’t even work, but robots will do the work for them, like in the last decades of the Roman Empire, when slaves worked while privileged citizens enjoyed themselves in public squares and benefited from free state-funded cultural events. Very soon, everyone will receive the Universal Basic Income many are already talking about since Covid. This basic salary will be an integral part of the fundamental rights of Man and the Citizen.

There will be only one problem with all this, it will be necessary to consciously say yes to a ruler who will openly and irreversibly ask to sell their souls, or rather their spirit, in exchange for all these advantages.

Then everyone will know, at least those who still believe in Life after death, that they will no longer be able to receive Salvation, Eternal Life and citizenship of the Kingdom of Elohim described and offered by Yahushua our Savior. Many will accept anyway. Because the state of paradise on earth will be so attractive to them, when there will be no more sickness or wars or accidents or any other inconvenience – at least that is what they will be promised – that they won’t be able to resist the offer. The false Messiah will apply false promises and false commandments, or more exactly imitations of the originals.

Many will be deceived into actually believing that eternal life, happiness, peace and security will be achieved here on earth. How could one resist that?

And for those of us who resist, the structure of the Church described in Acts must be restored, or else we will be in a critical situation. The persecutions will finally force the Body of Messiah to accept this truth, but better not wait until then. That the members of the Church do not wait to be ejected from their homes to finally found each others on the streets once they have become homeless.

It would be better to start planning now and urgently, because the last act has already begun, the anti-christ is on the verge to be anointed as a king.

And now, let’s take back another motto that had been taken away from us and which is not addressed to the proletarians, but to the followers of Yahushua: “Let us unite”: Let’s return together to Shavuot/Pentecost, so that Ruach HaKodesh will spread over us and fills us evenly. So that our tithe, that is to say all of our goods, are redistributed among us righteously.

The Kingdom of Elohim is already here, among us and we must already experience it here and now.

See also: The Acts of the Disciples, Peace & Safety: Science-fiction or Reality?


New Year’s Day: When the Messiah was born!

New Year’s Day: When the Messiah was born!

What is Yahushua’s true date of birth?

In the continuity of my article exposing Christmas, it finally seemed important to me to treat the question of the day of the birth of the Savior, Yahushua HaMashiah. There has never been a biblical, hence Jewish, custom prescribing the celebration of birthdays, but if it is so important for non-Jews, then I think it is worth considering the facts set out below. Also, from the accounts of Yahushua’s birth in the Gospels, it seems fairly obvious what time of year He appeared among us.

The Sukkot Theory

Of those who reject the late December theory most regard the Feast of Tabernacles as the time of Yahushua’s birth. For years, I myself considered this date as the most probable. Most people support this theory because we can read in John 1:14: …the Word was made flesh and DWELT among us… The word a Dwell in the original text is expressed by the same word as “tent” or “tabernacle”. The original text therefore implies that He Tabernacled among us.

However, knowing the people and especially the Romans, the best time to organize a census when everyone has to make the trip to return to their native village is naturally a time when the weather is favorable enough to facilitate the movement of people. It would have been completely illogical and foolish to force masses to move in the season of Sukkot, which is early fall when the weather is unpredictable and often already quite cold. Moreover, it is the time following and closing the late summer-early fall harvests, when the crowds of people still living mostly on agriculture were most exhausted from the physical labor that they had just finished.

The Feasts of Yahuwah: Stages of Salvation History

The birth of Yahushua, as well as all the events of the history of Salvation known until now, all and exclusively took place during original “Jewish” biblical festivals. read more about it here

The Sacrifice of the Cross on Pesach, the Resurrection on the Feast of Firstfruits, the gift of the Holy Spirit on Shavuot. Now humanity has been in the period between Shavuot and Yom HaTrua for almost 2000 years. The next fulfillment will be the Rapture, when the shofar will sound as announced in 2 Thessalonians and Revelation of John. Then, on Yom Kippur, Israel will recognize the Messiah in Yahushua and mourn him as the firstborn son.

Succoth is the feast of the final harvest, when the Messiah will return and gather the peoples that have not taken the mark of the beast. Succoth’s duration of several days symbolizes the duration of the Millennium at the end of which the new heavens and the new earth will be created as the new beginning in a new month of Nissan.

Succoth will be the last holiday to be fulfilled. Yahushua, the Lamb of Elohim, could not appear during this feast, since His Birth announces the New Creation of humanity.

The first day of the year

Contrary to Jewish tradition, which regards Yom HaTrua as the beginning of the Judaic year and renames it Rosh Hashanah (head of the year), the laws of physics and nature bear witness to a completely different time, concerning which moment of the year should be considered as its beginning. If the word of Elohim which has long defined times and days is no longer enough for people, then let the laws of physics and nature alone bear witness to it: The creation of the world could not have taken place any other time than in spring, when Life springs out from nothingness.

Life always begins in spring then goes through a summer and an fall to finally disappear in winter.

And for those for whom the Word of Elohim suffices, on the basis of Exodus 12:1-2, we can again declare that the first day of the year, thus that of creation is the

1st of Nissan

Yahuwah said to Moses and Aaron in Egypt, “This month is to be for you the first month, the first month of your year. Tell the whole community of Israel that on the tenth day of this month each man is to take a lamb for his family, one for each household. Exodus 12:1-3

The 1st of Nissan, which according to the civil calendar usually falls between the end of March and the beginning of April each year, is not considered a holiday. Thus, Joseph and Miriam could go wherever they wanted, they were not breaking the law if they did not go up to Jerusalem.

Everything was created in, through and for Yahusha. When could he has been born, if not on this day when Life revives

By the way, Yahushua’s birth was not only on the first day of the first month of the year, but also on the first day of the week, as was his resurrection. Therefore, the first day of creation was Nissan 1, the first day of the week. This, however, is by no means an excuse to change the Shabbat law. See Saturday / Sunday

It is interesting to notice that the majority of ancient peoples, including the Greeks and Romans, originally set the beginning of the year at the spring equinox, which is around March 20-21. This is evidenced by the names of certain months still in use today such as September, October, November, December, which are respectively derived from the Greek and Latin numerals seven, eight, nine and ten. The months of July and August were added later, so shifting their original occurrence. Thus the seventh month September became the ninth etc.

The pagan astrological cycle also begins with the constellation of Aries or Ram towards the end of March. The ram which by the way is a symbol of renewal and fertility. The one-year-old male sacrificial lamb was also already and practically a ram.

The Sacrificial Lambs

We know from the accounts that the shepherds were outside with their cattle in the evening, late at night, even at night. Shepherds only come out with their herds at night at calving time, when the females give birth to their young.

And sheep only give birth once a year: during the spring.

Another interesting thing is that the Passover sacrificial lambs, which were specifically offered as a burnt offering in the Temple in Jerusalem, came from the area of Bethlehem. The sacrificial lambs were symbolically brought to the Holy Place from King David’s hometown.

The local shepherds who appear in the Nativity Story were none other than the herders of these specific lambs. Elohim reveals the news of the Birth of His Lamb to these Shepherds, for they were already awaiting the birth of the sacrificial Passover lambs.

Moreover, according to the law, the paschal lamb had to be one year old. This clearly indicates that

each Passover sacrificial lamb had to be born on the previous year’s Passover period

Yahushua’s life did not last a year, but much longer. However, as the Perfect Sacrificial Lamb, He also had to be born at the time foreseen by the Law as well as the animals which foreshadowed Him having all been born a year earlier.

In addition, on the 10th of the month of Nissan, the sacrificial lamb was to be separated and brought into homes, a few days before their sacrifice at Passover which takes place on 14-15 Nissan. This is what happened on Palm Sunday: Yahuwah brings his own Son, the Lamb, to his own house, Jerusalem, on the back of a donkey and celebrated as King.

Completed holiday cycle

Yahushua is the Alpha and the Omega, or rather the א (alef) and the ת (tet) according to the original Hebrew alphabet. Everything was created in, for and through Him.

The Feasts ordained by Yahuwah all point to Him and He fulfills all of them.

The Lamb of Elohim physically appeared in the visible world on the first day of the Creation of the world. He came down here in order to perform the final Sacrifice of the Lamb on a Passover feast which was subsequent to the one on which his was born.

From his birth, the Messiah bears in him all the feasts while opening a new cycle: the one of the time of Mercy.

Since Pentecost, filled with the Holy Spirit, we live in the time of harvest and await the rapture which will take place at a certain time on the first or second day of the feast of Yom HaTruá, the exact year being still unknown. In the meantime, our task is to gather souls as well as teach and further strengthen those who have already been gathered, so that they will remain in faith till the end.

Celebrate His birth?

Yes, we can, you even owe it. Although we emphasize that celebrating a birthday separately is very dangerous and incomplete, because we are opening a cycle that has already gone further. If we retain only one aspect of it, we cut ourselves off from the whole.

The Word does not mention in a clear and precise way the moment of his birthday, because Elohim does not want humanity to remain stuck on the image of the child Jesus. This intention has obviously not really been respected so far.

However, the elements of the story are clear, only spring can come into consideration and anyone who has eyes, ears and knowledge of the roots knows this. Humanity and among them a large part of Christianity fell into the temptation to want to celebrate and detach an event to assimilate it to their great pagan feast in order to safeguard the tradition of their ancestors rather than submitting themselves to the gift of Sanctification proposed by the Spirit of the Messiah. The Christmas story is such a test that many people still stumble over.

It is indeed possible to celebrate the birth of the Lamb of Elohim every Passover, but only do so if we also remember the rest of his work and life,

the Sacrifice of the Cross, then the Resurrection, Ascension and the coming of the Ruach HaKodesh/Holy Spirit.

One of the great conspiracies of the Romanization or Hellenization of the Church also manifested here, as we wrote earlier in connection with the false feast called Christmas. Now, digging a little deeper, we can also see that once again an original New Year has been twisted twofold: On the one hand by rabbinic Judaism postponing it to a later holiday which has nothing to see with the New Year; and on the other hand by the Greco-Romans who postponed it to their winter solstice and the Gregorian New Year.

Because the Savior was truly born on New Year’s Day. But not according to the Roman calendar, not even according to the modern Jewish calendar, but according to the original biblical calendar.

So, on this December 31, 2022, we do not wish you a happy new year, especially since 2023 does not bode well, but we will possibly do so next spring. As usual, we rather and above all wish you all good and new Reformations!

Related article: Prophet Ezekiel’s Message for Christmas

Paul and the Law 2

Paul and the Law 2

Concerning the “contradictions” of the apostle Paul

In the following article, I would like to discuss the writings of the Apostle Paul (Rav Saul) regarding the law from a Jewish perspective. We will get an overview of the role of the law in the times of Grace, after the sacrifice of Yahushua HaMashiah, concerning Jews and non-Jews, mainly through the epistle to the Romans. It is important to bring the matter back to original thought, since the letter is addressed to the Hellenized Jewish and non-Jewish congregation living in Rome and written by a Jewish man who believed in Yahushua, but never denied his identity. All that Paul wrote was inspired by the Ruach HaKodesh/Holy Spirit of Elohim.

It is important to state that for Jews living in Rome at the time, the law differed from the laws initially disclosed by Moses for two reasons:

On the one hand, the original Commandments were not yet completely separated and purified from the added human Pharisaical laws, and on the other hand, the original Laws contained in the Torah were also interpreted and applied according to the Pharisaical way of thinking they’ve learned from their birth. This pharisaic way of thinking happens at the intellectual level rather than coming from the heart.

In the letter to the Romans, Paul does not absolutely go against the Commandments of Elohim, but:

he opposes the Pahrisaic laws that the Jews added to the original Law of Elohim


he is working on the restoration of the Commandments of Elhohim which the Roman spirit of Hellenism had already begun to twist and mix with paganism.

Keeping these additional laws according to the letter led to self-righteousness, which Yahushua fought against. This self-righteousness attributes an effect of self-salvation to the observance of the law in itself. This way of thinking pushes to the background the personal relationship with Elohim, the one which stems from faith and love coming from within. Being a Pharisee of course does not imply being faithful to all the commandments, but rather placing the observance of them before the need to directly listening to the voice of the Lord. Someone is a Pharisee because he does not keep the law by faith, to honor Elohim whom he loves, but because he expects rewards from him in a kind of spiritual business relationship.

Paul fought against these additional laws, which do not come from faith, which are not kept because we do it with joy, not under compulsion, but because we love Elohim. When experiencing a restored relationship with Yahuwah, man feels more free than ever, for the Law is there to protect his life and restore the order in his relationship with Elohim and with his neighbour. Paul struggles against the spirit of law-keeping through coercion, through fear of a rebuking god. Paul wants to restore the living Law that flows from our inner faith and love for Elohim.

Moreover, Paul fought so that the law would not be in the first place in people’s mind. From the Sacrifice on the cross, the order has changed and had been inverted. The law is no longer our pedagogue until the Messiah, but all the contrary: the Ruach of the Meshiach teaches us the Law from the moment we are born again in Him. We first meet Yahushua, then He reveals who He is by showing how He fulfills the Commandments and the Prophecies that are the Word of Elohim, those that bacame Flesh in Yahushua.

Thus history shifts and it is no longer the Law that teaches us the Messiah, but the Messiah who teaches us the Law after having obtained Grace.

Paul also struggles with older brothers who tried to teach decrees that are not yet concerning spiritually newborn disciples. He who has just come out of the water and been born again does not need Moses YET! The 7 Laws of Noah, the rudimentary and universal basic rules received after the Flood for all Humankind, are more than enough for them and for the moment. Moses is already a heavier food and the child still needs milk. With this, Paul did not nullify or destroy Moses neighter the Commandments received through him, but Paul is putting everything at its right place. Although it is not expressed, it is still clear that he considers that the commandments of Moses are naturally still valid, but that everyone should deal with what is appropriate for their age.

Paul worked to restore these distortions, because the apostolic work is above all a work of Reformation.

This is how the essence of Yahushua HaMashiah can be understood. What does it mean that He fulfills the Law? When I place myself under the domination of the Messiah and I am reborn in Yahushua by immersion in water and then by the baptism of fire, then I no longer live, but He lives in me. At this moment, He does not exempt me from the Law, but on the contrary He applies it and puts it into force. I keep the law because it is no longer written on tablets of stone, but is engraved on the flesh of my heart through the baptism of fire and the dwelling in me of the Ruach HaKodesh.

I will give them an undivided heart and put a new spirit in them; I will remove from them their heart of stone and give them a heart of flesh. Then they will follow my decrees and be careful to keep my laws. They will be my people, and I will be their Elohim. Ezekiel 11:19-20

But now, let’s look at the verses about the laws in Romans:

1. What advantage, then, is there in being a Jew, or what value is there in circumcision? Much in every way! First of all, the Jews have been entrusted with the very words of Elohim. Romans 3:1-2

From this part, the word Oracle is immediately highlighted as the Word of Elohim which was entrusted to the people of Israel. When we talk about the 10 commandments, these are the 10 fundamental laws which have 613 or rather 700 further extensions and which can all be summed up in the 2 Great Commandments of Love (Love of Elohim and Neighbour). The Word is one of the synonyms for the law, but as a whole it covers the entire Old Testament including all the Prophecies, a very important and significant part of which are the Commandments. This is also how John begins the story of the coming of Yahushua HaMashiah:

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with Elohim, and the Word was Elohim…The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth. John 1:1…14

John immediately begins by describing the very essence of Yahushua. He himself was the Word, in other words, he was the Law. What else could the Word have meant but the word of Elohim, which He gave to his people on Mount Sinai. What was this declared word if not the law and the prophets? The prophets who were sent to pronounce judgments because of the transgression of the Law and whose main work was to restore the Commandments by announcing the wrath coming upon them due to its transgression.

2. Therefore no one will be declared righteous in Elohim‘s sight by the works of the law; rather, through the law we become conscious of our sin. Romans 3:20

How can we know what sin is except by the law? And how does grace work if we are unable to recognize sin? How does one know that one needs Grace if we do not recognize the state of sin in which we were born? The Law teaches this to us, so that we can recognize our need for the Messiah! Is Grace then possible without the Law? Not at all, because if I cancel the law, Grace becomes automatically useless too!

Here, also, Paul’s word is addressed primarily to the Jews who were looking for their justification by the simple observance of the law, and not to people of other nations who did not care about the law, because they did not yet know it. The Law must be promulgated to the Nations in due time so that they will understand what the work of redemption is. The Jews on their side must be freed from the additional laws and from the original laws which have been distorted by assimilation.

3. It was not through the law that Abraham and his offspring received the promise that he would be heir of the world, but through the righteousness that comes by faith. For if those who depend on the law are heirs, faith means nothing and the promise is worthless, because the law brings wrath. And where there is no law there is no transgression. Therefore, the promise comes by faith, so that it may be by grace and may be guaranteed to all Abraham’s offspring—not only to those who are of the law but also to those who have the faith of Abraham. He is the father of us all. As it is written: “I have made you a father of many nations.” He is our father in the sight of Elohim, in whom he believed—the Elohim who gives life to the dead and calls into being things that were not. Against all hope, Abraham in hope believed and so became the father of many nations, just as it had been said to him, “So shall your offspring be.” Romans 4:13-18

Where law is abolished, anarchy reigns. Is that why so many people reject the Commandments in order to wash their hands like Pilate and say we have nothing to do with them? Is that why Paul wrote these lines? I do not think so. Here, too, the emphasis is on the need to know the law, because from this flows the recognition of sin, which implies the need for and acceptance of the redemptive work of the Messiah. Without law there is no judgment, without judgment there would be no need for mercy!

Those who are descendants of Abraham by the Spirit— the Body of Messiah—must demonstrate his obedience and faith. Abraham was obedient, so He was also righteous. Why was he righteous? Because he observed the laws known until then. Why did he keep them? Not out of constraint, with the expectation of good, but out of gratitude, with joy, because he loved Elohim with all his heart. The Messiah already lived in him, even before His coming into the visible world. All the law was already alive in him when Yahuwah had not yet given them to Moses.

4. Do you not know, brothers and sisters—for I am speaking to those who know the law—that the law has authority over someone only as long as that person lives? For example, by law a married woman is bound to her husband as long as he is alive, but if her husband dies, she is released from the law that binds her to him. So then, if she has sexual relations with another man while her husband is still alive, she is called an adulteress. But if her husband dies, she is released from that law and is not an adulteress if she marries another man. So, my brothers and sisters, you also died to the law through the body of the Messiah, that you might belong to another, to him who was raised from the dead, in order that we might bear fruit for Elohim. For when we were in the realm of the flesh, the sinful passions aroused by the law were at work in us, so that we bore fruit for death. But now, by dying to what once bound us, we have been released from the law so that we serve in the new way of the Spirit, and not in the old way of the written code. What shall we say, then? Is the law sinful? Certainly not! Nevertheless, I would not have known what sin was had it not been for the law. For I would not have known what coveting really was if the law had not said, “You shall not covet.” But sin, seizing the opportunity afforded by the commandment, produced in me every kind of coveting. For apart from the law, sin was dead. Once I was alive apart from the law; but when the commandment came, sin sprang to life and I died. I found that the very commandment that was intended to bring life actually brought death. For sin, seizing the opportunity afforded by the commandment, deceived me, and through the commandment put me to death. So then, the law is holy, and the commandment is holy, righteous and good. Did that which is good, then, become death to me? By no means! Nevertheless, in order that sin might be recognized as sin, it used what is good to bring about my death, so that through the commandment sin might become utterly sinful. Romans 7:1-13

In this passage, keeping and knowing the Law is quite clear, but henceforth it is not us, but the Spirit of the Messiah living in us who manages its functionning. Elohim made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of Elohim. 2Corinthians 5:21

Again, we can read from Paul that in order to expose sin, the Law that became flesh, Yahushua became sin, so that Grace could take effect. Does this mean that Elohim declared His Son guilty? Certainly not, but his great grace is shown in this: that he placed upon the only one who has always been innocent all the consequences, the judgment we all deserve according to the Law.

Law/Sin/Judgment/Mercy are all unseparable concepts since the fall of Adam and Eve.

5. We know that the law is spiritual; but I am unspiritual, sold as a slave to sin. I do not understand what I do. For what I want to do I do not do, but what I hate I do. And if I do what I do not want to do, I agree that the law is good. As it is, it is no longer I myself who do it, but it is sin living in me. For I know that good itself does not dwell in me, that is, in my sinful nature. For I have the desire to do what is good, but I cannot carry it out. For I do not do the good I want to do, but the evil I do not want to do—this I keep on doing. Now if I do what I do not want to do, it is no longer I who do it, but it is sin living in me that does it. So I find this law at work: Although I want to do good, evil is right there with me. Romans 7:15-21

Paul opposes here two kinds of laws. The laws of Elohim, and the anti-law (the laws of the antichrist), which comes from our carnal desires. Moreover, here Paul is not talking about his actual personal state of mind, but he speaks as an universal human beeing to make people not yet born again or still weak in their faith, to make them understand the porcess of sin in the world. The Law, the Messiah, the Ruach HaKodesh was living and ruling in Paul. He was free from sin and did not struggle with anything from the moment he was born again.

6. Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Yahushua HaMashiah, because through Yahushua HaMashiah the law of the Spirit who gives life has set you free from the law of sin and death. For what the law was powerless to do because it was weakened by the flesh, Elohim did by sending his own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh to be a sin offering. And so he condemned sin in the flesh, in order that the righteous requirement of the law might be fully met in us, who do not live according to the flesh but according to the Spirit. Those who live according to the flesh have their minds set on what the flesh desires; but those who live in accordance with the Spirit have their minds set on what the Spirit desires. The mind governed by the flesh is death, but the mind governed by the Spirit is life and peace. The mind governed by the flesh is hostile to Elohim; it does not submit to Elohim’s law, nor can it do so. Those who are in the realm of the flesh cannot please Elohim. Romans 8:1-8

Only the law of Elohim can protect us against the law of sin. But because of the flesh, Man is unable to keep them on his own. This is why it is necessary that they be engraved no longer on tablets of stone, but on tablets of flesh, immediately in the hearts of men, so that they can act instinctively according to the law. This is what it means to be born again in the Messiah. Even if I commit a sin, I recognize it immediately without anyone telling me or looking for the exact article in the scriptures, because the Holy Spirit who lives in me immediately points it out to me, holds me back and judges me so that I realize that I have something to settle. This is how Sanctification works. Without an inner connection to the Messiah and without being born again, the Law itself leads to self-righteousness and remains vain. However, when I find myself under the reign of the Messiah, the Law comes to life within me and I begin to apply it instinctively and without any difficulty or feeling of constraint. My old man is no longer there to try to stop me, to make me love sin rather than holiness. This is what the following verses are about:

7. The law was brought in so that the trespass might increase. But where sin increased, grace increased all the more, so that, just as sin reigned in death, so also grace might reign through righteousness to bring eternal life through Yahushua HaMashiah our Lord. What shall we say, then? Shall we go on sinning so that grace may increase? By no means! We are those who have died to sin; how can we live in it any longer? Or don’t you know that all of us who were baptized into Yahushua HaMashiah were baptized into his death? We were therefore buried with him through baptism into death in order that, just as the Messiah was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, we too may live a new life. Romans 5:20-6:4

It is difficult to understand with human thought what happened through the sacrifice of the Lamb. In the Jewish congregation of the time, Paul often used the following formulas: “What shall we say then…” then he continues: “…far from it-by no means…“. From the moment of Messiah’s ascension to the throne, orders come into effect that are easily misinterpreted even by Jews. “Do we, then, nullify the law by this faith? Not at all! Rather, we uphold the law, etc.” This often repeated turn also leads to the conclusion that there is certainly a change, but that there is still no essential change, but rather that something old and imperfect has become perfect and fulfilled. The law does not save, but the law that became flesh does indeed save. It is difficult even for an initiated person to understand the highest thoughts and works of Elohim, and the enemy takes maximum advantage of this human weakness: “What is the Law for, look, even Paul speaks against it …”. Again Satan takes biblical verses out of context in order to distort the truth based on partial truths.

On the other hand, he cancels in a very sneaky way the order of the laws concerning the purity and the sacrifices of the Temple explaining that even the Jews of today no longer respect them since there is no more Temple, so what is expected of us Christians?

8. Don’t let anyone deceive you in any way, for that day will not come until the rebellion occurs and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the man doomed to destruction. 2Thessalonians 2:3

Each law, in addition to its physical content, also has a spiritual meaning. The laws concerning sacrifices are just as valid as the others. However, the Lamb of Elohim after having shed his Blood once and for all, our sacrifices are carried over to another level and the animals are replaced by other goods which belong to us. Such is the dedication of our own lives, our families, our work, all that is ours. It is no longer the goats, lambs or other animals that we sacrifice, because this type of physical sacrifice has been made once and for all by Yahushua. But according to the pattern of this unique sacrifice, what kind of sacrifices are we able to make in spirit so that our visible lives are in harmony with the Messiah who dwells in us?

Today’s Jews no longer sacrifice animals either! Why ? Because the Temple in Jerusalem is destroyed. There is no sacrifice until the third is built. But this third Temple has existed for a long time, and it is none other than the Body of Messiah, which was built in three days. This Temple is no longer made of stone, nor of any visible physical matter, but of the Spirit. Therefore, the sacrifice must also take place at the level of the Spirit. These long written laws provide the answer to how everything should works. There is only one High Priest, Yahushua, and all of us are born again in Him are His Levites serving in the Temple. Thus all the laws concerning the Cohens and the Levites are valid concerning Yahushua and us, his disciples.

The ‘do not touch the dead’ type of law, for example, doesn’t mean that I can’t even bury my parents if they die, because I can’t touch the dead, but it does mean that I have to stand away from these spirits and from the people who carry them. Let us not be in communion with them, lest they contaminate us. But let’s be close to them so that we can preach to them the One that can bring them Life. Let us also stay away from dead actions that do not move us forward.

Another question is which laws apply only to the Jewish people and which apply to all people. Here I would like to deal only with the validity of the Law as a whole and in the context of the Time of Mercy. The rest could possibly be the subject of another lesson.

9. Circumcision has value if you observe the law, but if you break the law, you have become as though you had not been circumcised. So then, if those who are not circumcised keep the law’s requirements, will they not be regarded as though they were circumcised? The one who is not circumcised physically and yet obeys the law will condemn you who, even though you have the written code and circumcision, are a lawbreaker. A person is not a Jew who is one only outwardly, nor is circumcision merely outward and physical. No, a person is a Jew who is one inwardly; and circumcision is circumcision of the heart, by the Spirit, not by the written code. Such a person’s praise is not from other people, but from Elohim. Romans 2:25-29

A recurring theme, who is to be considered as Jewish? Is there a spiritual Israel, and why keep our Jewish identity if we believe and are already in the Messiah? There is no difference between Greek and Jew? In short, let us not confuse the standard used in the judgment of each person regardless of their origins with the earthly task and call that Elohim gave to the different peoples and which do indeed differ from each other. A pagan who has become a member of the People of Elohim, who is reborn in the Messiah, can indeed be a great judgment for the Jew who has strayed from Elohim by the testimony of his life, as to how the relationship with Yahuwah must be lived.

Such a born-again non-Jew will thus be considered more circumcised than a rebellious Jew who is only circumcised under his underpants.

This purely physical form of circumcision is vain in itself. But this does not imply that anyone non-jewish suddently becomes a real and genuine Jew.

No one should deprive the Israelites of the promises, roles and tasks that Elohim has given us for a long time so that we accomplish it in the visible world. Because some tasks fall to us and no one else is capable of fulfilling them.

10. There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Yahushua HaMashiah. Galatians 3:28

In the blind liberal-leftist world in which we live today, where people who dare to assert that there is even a noticeable difference between a man and a woman will soon be thrown into prison, it is more and more difficult for Christians, who are increasingly linked to the World, to understand that there is indeed a difference not only between men and women, but also between Jews and Greeks. Elohim loves us equally and no difference in His love and judgment will be made once we are in the Messiah. However, our callings remain different and distinct from each other although we have to do it together just like a married couple: precisely as a man and a woman should do together.

And if anyone still misinterprets this sentence of Paul, I invite such a person, if he is a man, to get women’s clothes and a wig, to put them on, to apply rouge to lips, then to go to church next Sunday to attend worship dressed like that. Especially if it is the pastor or other minister. In this case let him also try to imitate a woman’s voice and preach to his disciples in this way. Then, when he returns home after his brothers stared at him in dismay, let him write his impressions and experience in the comments section at the bottom of this page. And after that, let him especially go and think about when and how he will again take up and teach anything that comes from the pen of the apostle Paul.

I recommend this particularly to all those people who, out of hatred or even love of the Jew, identify themselves so much with us that they end up declaring themselves Jewish in mind, heart or whatever else. The apostle Peter warns against the arbitrary use of his companion’s hardly understandable words, as this can have serious consequences. It is better to live such a humiliating experience of transvestite in the middle of the assembly than to have one day to render an account before Yahuwah for the nonsense that one could have said while referring to Paul.

The Jewish people are not rejected. He continues to serve as an example to other peoples, even if he is not yet in the Messiah.

Before a prophecy happens to anyone, it will first be fulfilled in the visible world on the Jewish people, as a kind of prototype, as the main test. (The Soa is an example of this). This is what it means to be a chosen or a prophetic people, chosen and set apart by Elohim for eternity for a different and special task. This also applies to the messianic age even when the great part of the people persists in not recognizing the Messiah in Yahushua.

The law of circumcision also applies only to Jews, including those who are in the Messiah, since one must continue to wear the physical and visible sign of the old Covenant while having circumcision of the heart in addition as a sign of Grace, of the same Covenant that had been revived.

However, our circumcision in Messiah can only be like that of Theophilus, so that we can serve our people. The sign of the perfect and final Covenant is through Water and Fire. Our physical circumcision only serves to open the doors to the traditional members of our people so that we can bring the Gospel back to them.

This task is ours alone and is eternal. But if we become unfaithful to Elohim, then a non-Jew circumcised in heart can humiliate a circumcised in flesh by being more righteous than him. At the final count, in our judgment, however, we will enjoy no advantage because of our Jewishness. In fact, we’ll be in a worse situation than the others having always been the eldest compared to them. The more we have been entrusted with, the more we will be held to account. This is why no one should be jealous! In spirit, one can be a descendant of Abraham by faith, like the people of Elohim by the Messiah, but spiritual Israel does not exist.

Israel and Judah, are the first wife of Elohim and the eldest. They are not to be mixed up with its younger sister: Ephraim which is the next Bride of Elohim.

Learn more about the nature of the election of the Israelite people in: Chosen People : What does that really mean ?

11. In the same way, faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead. But someone will say, “You have faith; I have deeds.” Show me your faith without deeds, and I will show you my faith by my deeds. You believe that there is one Elohim. Good! Even the demons believe that—and shudder. You foolish person, do you want evidence that faith without deeds is useless ? Was not our father Abraham considered righteous for what he did when he offered his son Isaac on the altar? You see that his faith and his actions were working together, and his faith was made complete by what he did. And the scripture was fulfilled that says, “Abraham believed Elohim, and it was credited to him as righteousness,” and he was called Elohim’s friend. You see that a person is considered righteous by what they do and not by faith alone. In the same way, was not even Rahab the prostitute considered righteous for what she did when she gave lodging to the spies and sent them off in a different direction? As the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without deeds is dead. James 2:17-26

What kind of actions is James talking about here? Where can the works come from? Of our human will, of well-intentioned humanism, of our desire to please? When Abraham believed and acted accordingly, did he not obey the word of Elohim and his Commandments which he had known up to that time? (Since Abraham lived before Moses, he could not have known all of the revealed Law, yet there were laws he knew even in his uncircumcised state centuries before Moses.) Works are nothing but the observance of the Law, their acceptance and obedience. How could I act if I don’t know the law? Without the law, there are no possible good actions.

Faith without deeds is dead. That is to say that faith is dead without the law, and grace is meaningless without it!

Anyone who thinks it is possible to act well outside the Will, Word and Law of Elohim is mistaken!

In conclusion, I would like to end this teaching not with the words of Paul, but from our Lord Yahushua HaMashiah himself:

12. For truly I tell you, until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means disappear from the Law until everything is accomplished. Therefore anyone who sets aside one of the least of these commands and teaches others accordingly will be called least in the kingdom of heaven, but whoever practices and teaches these commands will be called great in the kingdom of heaven. For I tell you that unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Pharisees and the teachers of the law, you will certainly not enter the kingdom of heaven. Matthew 5:18-20

As I have written before in another teaching, Paul spoke in many ways, because he was speaking to very different people in terms of state and spiritual maturity. In Yahushua’s day no one had yet been born in the Spirit, for the Ruach HaKodesh had not yet been sent to fill the disciples at least not so widely.

And if we don’t understand Paul, let’s stick to Yahushua’s words. Let us always and mainly base ourselves on what Yahushua says, because Paul is not the messiah. However, through Paul, the Messiah spoke in a way that many do not/cannot/ or even do not want to understand since the are not willing to grow. Above all, Paul must not become a cornerstone over whom many stumble to their own ruin, as the apostle Peter said concerning his colleague who is sometimes so hard to understand. (2 Peter 3:15-16)

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Paul and the Law 1

Paul and the Law 1

Concerning the “contradictions” of the apostle Paul

Bear in mind that our Lord’s patience means salvation, just as our dear brother Paul also wrote you with the wisdom that Elohim gave him. He writes the same way in all his letters, speaking in them of these matters. His letters contain some things that are hard to understand, which ignorant and unstable people distort, as they do the other Scriptures, to their own destruction. 2Peter 3:15-16

Chaos reigns in the Church due to certain statements of Paul that are difficult to interpret. This is what we will try to remedy with these two following teachings.

If we really want to be honest, everyone may have noticed at least once in their life that Paul seems to be in total contradiction, both with the Old Testament, with Yahushua’s statements, and even with his own.

However, we must agree on one fundamental truth:

There is NOT and CANNOT be any contradiction

in those writings which were inspired by the Holy Spirit of Elohim and preserved by the same Spirit during the processes which men commonly call canonization.

From now on, we must no longer run away from what seems difficult to us, even withdraw what is good then to sweep the rest under the carpet. We should rather ask persistently that Ruach HaKodesh enlighten us and give us the answers to these cardinal questions.

Jews and Christians agree on one essential thing concerning the character of Paul. According to both parties:

Paul is the one who “canceled” the Law.

This is considered sacrilege in the eyes of the Jews and an ultimate blessing for the Greeks.

On one side – the Jews – considers it a scandal that someone should claim that the law is no longer an aim to be achieved and that the main task of man is not to keep it. On the other side, the Nations which were originally outlaws when they did not yet know Yahushua HaMashiah, always seek to benefit only from the positive sides of the Alliances and neglect what seems to them to be difficult or unpleasant.

Paul stood between these two extremist and erroneous perceptions of what our relationship with Elohim should be. It is in this state of spiritual middle ground that we should all be like Paul. He warned that we refrain from following the spirit of the Pharisees who bet everything on the Law and the works that flow from it, so as not to trample the sacrifice of the Lamb of Elohim.

At the time when most of the first disciples were newly converted Jews straight out of traditional Judaism, the detachment and purification from Babylonian Judaism had not yet been fully accomplished. It was not yet entirely clear to them what the difference was between the laws added by the “Babylonian wises” and those disclosed to Moses by Yahuwah himself.

But the problem is far from being that simple. Because the original Commandments can also be approached in two different manners. The original Law can be interpreted Pharisaically and not spiritually. When we obey the Father’s Word in order to obtain retribution and avoid punishment, we do so only out of self-love. But we can also obey our Father’s will out of love for Him without expecting any reward from Him, but just “to please Him”. It is this form of obedience that comes from pure and unconditional love that is the right path. It is when his perfect Son lives in our hearts and directs us from within which is the sign that the Commandments have been engraved and fulfilled within us.

The first attitude is self-righteous, that is to say formal, on the basis of mutual concessions, as in a contract between two business partners. Not by faith and heart, but by reason, not by love of Yahuwah, but by fear of him, as we can mainly see it today in religions like Islam where believers are scared to death of their god who they are serving as slaves rather than sons.

We are all to be sons of Elohim through the Ruach HaKodesh, when the Spirit of the Son Yahushua fills up our hearts to rule from within.

Thus the Messiah applies the Law in us, without we having to make the effort to respect it. It simply starts to work by itself inside of us, as if by instinct.

Paul therefore attacks both false Judaism, which is fundamentally human, but he also goes against this fulfillment of the original Law which is based on the effort of man wanting to perfect himself. This human effort is futile and harmful. Both lead to death.

Why does Paul contradict Yahushua? “We are no longer under the law” vs. “Not a iota will pass from the law…”?

Let’s start from a fundamental principle that we must apply in all circumstances:

If there is a contradiction between the words of Yahushua and those of any other character in the Bible, the standard is ALWAYS what Yahushua says.

If we don’t understand, let’s not cling to what is most sympathetic to us or what theologians have put in our heads over the centuries. Until we are wise and spiritually mature enough to understand Paul’s words which are indeed often very difficult to understand, we must hold very firmly and exclusively to the word of Yahushua and act accordingly, for no evil can result from this.

Then, when we reach the level of maturity and sufficient obedience, we realize that ultimately

Paul never contradicted Yahushua

The big difference between them was that unlike Yahushua’s message, Paul’s message was primarily aimed to people who were already born again and were of very different spiritual ages and states. Yahushua was in a “simpler” situation one might say, since everyone was on the same spiritual level and no one had yet been born again and received the Holy Spirit.

Law begets death

The letter kills and the Spirit gives life.

2 Corinthians 3:6

The law is a dangerous weapon like a knife. With it you can kill, mutilate and injure if it is considered as a simple letter, but it can also be used to feed, to cut tumors and gangrene, even to defend oneself, in a word to maintain and preserve Life, if it is lived in the Spirit.

The question of the weak

The root of the all that seems contradictory in what Paul says, is the concept of weakness. He puts all laws and commandments of Elohim to the background for the weak, for those who are still children in spirit so that we do not burden them with things that do not yet concern them. The subjects which concern the elder ones must not be treated in the ears of the youngests so that no false custom, dogma and other tradition comes to veil the heart of the children. If they would forced themselves to do things instead of letting the Messiah shape them from within, it would only lead them away from the Spirit of the Messiah.

Because the law of LIFE and LOVE prevails over all others.

If a law has been re-established in us and which is not yet in our neighbour, let us avoid teaching them to obey it, because instead of accompanying him on the path of sanctification, we would put him again under the curse of the law. Thus his relation to the law would reduce to the letter, to formalities, to self-righteousness, in a word, to religiosity. We would make him a Pharisee and not a disciple capable of discerning by himself through the Spirit of what he should think and act in a given situation and a given moment in his journey. He would end up obeying the decrees in the hope of obtaining more rewards and blessings and would miss the conduct of the Ruach who in turn would end up momentarily withdrawing for lack of submission to Him.

The commandments have been fulfilled in me when I no longer obey them by constraint, but rather instinctively, without thinking about it and even by deeply desiring to fulfill them and not even being able to imagine doing otherwise.

It is good to be able to resist temptation. But if the problem is not solved at the level of the spirit and we obey the will of Elohim only at the cost of internal struggles, sooner or later big problems will arise in our spiritual life. What I still have to resist when I am already born again is a sin from which I am not free yet. It is therefore necessary to get rid of it, to clean it so that the power of the Messiah does not stop progressing in me. This mechanism is nothing more than the


Sin is the root of all disorder and all hindrances. Only the law can expose sin. And Yahushua can free us from sin by applying the Commandments. Because He is High Priest who executes judgment against sin in our hearts – on the level of our minds.

We are the Temples of His Spirit and He ministers in us as a High Priesthood according to the order of Melkishedek and according to all the Commandments concerning the High Priests which have long since been disclosed in the Torah. Instead of calves, heifers, goats and other animals, he burns our remaining sins through the execution of the Law.

This can manifest itself at the level of our relations with our environment in the visible world: relations die, others revive or arise; links are broken, others strengthened; hitherto hostile people suddenly change their attitude towards us; our living conditions stabilize or even improve; etc. But I am thinking here above all of the internal problems of our person which, like obstacles, prevent us from moving forward.

At the root of all sin is the breaking of a law. In the long run this involves death if we do not detach ourselves from sin, but can also beget life if the Spirit of Messiah frees us from it. It is by letting Yahushua apply the sentence against sin that is in me that he frees me from it at the same time. So it is He, Yahushua, who takes the place of sin in my heart so that His Law will henceforth be applied in and through me. I thus obey the order given, because it is living inside of me and acts by itself, without effort, like breath that gives life.

The weak need milk. He needs to experience and see Grace, the Good News, deliverance, healing, so that his faith is strengthened. Then he will gradually begin to hunger for more and more solid food. Sooner or later

you must have the curiosity to learn what the Word contains including the commandments found in the 5 books of Moses.

If we want to know the essence of the Messiah more and more in depth, then we must let this process begin.

And while masses of teachers preach the denial of the law, still greater masses of believers are deprived of this curiosity and the ability to go in search of solid food by themselves, not through teachers, but independently, as spiritual adults, through the direct guidance and teaching of the Ruach HaKodesh. When, according to the promise, we no longer teach one another (Jeremiah 31:33 and Hebrew 8:11).

We all have to reach this level of spiritual maturity thus letting the Ruach HaKodesh fulfilling this promise in us and stop teaching our own sipirtual children when they also become adults like us. Just as in the case of a physical family. We are not the same parents for our adult children than we were when they were children. Once they grow up, we must at best standing before them as witnesses and examples.

Let us therefore not forbid anyone to eat rabbit or pig, to celebrate Sunday and Christmas, or to give foreign names to the Eternal, as long as these people do it with a pure heart and that they are still immature in spirit, for we would offend them. And, if he listened to us and returned to the originals, to what is holy, but it is not Ruach HaKodesh who restores these questions in his heart and at the appropriate time, but me and at the level of his intellect, then I would have labored in vain.

Because it is possible to be saved even by drowning in pork, if the Savior catches us in time and we say yes to him. No one should try to force or accuse someone who, out of purity of heart, does not yet comply with a decree that has already become important and natural for us.

But if you are no longer part of the weaks, because you are already an adult or at least mature enough to move on to more serious things, then stop playing the child and pretending not to be concerned with all the Word of Elohim. Because if you keep shying away and refusing to know and obey the law, you’ll end up in big trouble.

From a certain age, we can also be beaten with sticks if we continue our childishness.

In our ministry, we are not to play little christs judging the weak, but to present the merciful Yahushua to them. Because the time for the return of the Messiah who judges has not yet arrived. The time of Grace is still going on, but the Law remains eternal and valid. Anyone who preaches otherwise is preaching a foreign gospel. The fact is that the Law is applied by Ruach HaKodesh in the life of each individual, according to their spiritual age.

We mustn’t teach the crude law to our younger brothers but rather show them the way to walk with the Ruach HaKodesh who can fix the living Commandments in their hearths.

Then when we are convinced that they are also being directed from within by Ruach HaKodesh, then we can begin to witness how He has restored the Commandments within ourselves.

Read more: Paul and the Law 2

Related articles: The Essence of the Law, Commandments in Yahushua HaMashiah?

Prophet Ezekiel’s Message for Christmas

Prophet Ezekiel’s Message for Christmas

Again, he said, “You will see them doing things that are even more detestable.” Then he brought me to the entrance of the north gate of the house of Yahuwah, and I saw women sitting there, mourning the god Tammuz. He said to me, “Do you see this, son of man? You will see things that are even more detestable than this.” He then brought me into the inner court of the house of Yahuwah, and there at the entrance to the temple, between the portico and the altar, were about twenty-five men. With their backs toward the temple of Yahuwah and their faces toward the east, they were bowing down to the Sun in the east. He said to me, “Have you seen this, son of man? Is it a trivial matter for the people of Judah to do the detestable things they are doing here? Must they also fill the land with violence and continually arouse my anger? Ezekiel 8:13-17

In addition to our previous articles, where we have already discussed the spiritual problems and the corrupt roots of Christmas, I would like to summarize in a little more detail what is the historical and pagan context of this holiday. See also the article: The prohibition of the “sacred tree”.

In the best of cases, Christian pastors teach their flocks that they must rely on their own conscience and that everyone must judge their relationship to this feast for themselves. In a somewhat loose way like Pilate: “I wash my hands of it, let everyone do as they see fit and in accordance with what the Spirit allows them to do.” Based on what is described here below, I now specifically encourage those who are in the Spirit and who have been filled with the Holy Spirit at some time to trust not their conscience, but their stomach, regarding how they will now position themselves in relation to this celebration which is frankly dark and demonic.

The revival of this feast was one of the key stages in the Christianization of the pagan world and at the same time in the paganization of Christianity. By safeguarding and Christianizing at the same time the greatest pagan festival, the power of the time succeeded in a “master” trick, thus ensuring that the peoples did not rebel against the new religion adopted by the Emperor Constantine. The main tool in the greatest attempt ever perpetrated against the Body of Messiah by the foundation of the Roman church is as usual: mixture.

Winter Solstice Celebration

The gradual return of light from the shortest and therefore darkest day of the year was considered a very great event among all the peoples of antiquity. From here, light begins to take over darkness.

The symbol seems really conducive to the celebration of the birth of Yahushua, the Savior of the world, the advent of the Light of the world coming on earth. We can say that the situation lends itself perfectly to the mixture of the two.

However, the Holy Scriptures do not state exactly when Yahushua was born, and most importantly, Elohim never gave instructions for anyone’s birthdays to be celebrated, including his own. It is not known why this subject is so taboo for Elohim and according to the original Jewish traditions, but it is so, like it or not.

Adding anything to the commandments as well as to the feasts is a problem in itself, but the situation is aggravated by the fact that

the day of the celebration of the vilest spirits was appointed to commemorate the birth of the Most Holy,

and what is more, by having preserved all the range of the original pagan symbols which are attached to it.

The real and deep root of this holiday is none other than people’s instinctive desire to cheer themselves up during such a dark period.

Before anyone makes the mistake of explaining their relationship to this feast by saying that Elohim purifies everything and that we have freedom in the Messiah to do whatever we want, let us instead reflect on the reasons why we still into this feast which obviously has long since turned into a real capitalist and consumer orgy. We are silent about the hidden side of Christmas, because eventually we are afraid of suffering more rejection from the world and from other Christians who are up to their necks in it? We wish for diplomatic concern, to preserve a good understanding and especially not to spoil a holiday which after all is still mainly celebrating the birth of the baby Jesus? Are we tired of always standing out from others and refraining from attacking a feast for fear of going against the Messiah and being accused of blasphemy? The question is exactly the same as in the case of the change from Shabbat to Sunday. See the article: Saturday / Sunday

Christmas: the feast of the Sun and other deities

Let’s see the main examples of foreign deities that have been celebrated at the end of December since the dawn of time:

Nimrod / Tammuz

Nimrod means: he will rebel. Nimrod, who was also called deer, claimed to be the Sun god. All sorts of orgies and parties seasoned with human sacrifices were organized in his honor, the “climax” of which was the sacrifice of children at the stake, from which, incidentally, the symbol of the Yule log comes.

Nimrod married his own mother Semiramis, to whom their son Tammuz was born on December 25. According to popular lore, Tammuz is the reincarnation of Nimrod, who eventually died in a forest where a pine tree grew from the remains of his body. In commemoration of his death, people went to meditate every December 25 at the foot of this fir tree where Tammuz brought them all kinds of gifts from the hereafter.

Nimrod and Tammuz are often depicted in arts as children sitting on the knees of their mother, Semiramis. It is directly from here that the representation of the Virgin Mary with the child Jesus comes.


He was also celebrated on December 25. Here human sacrifices have been replaced by gladiatorial fights which outcome was often fatal. The Saturnalia lasted a whole month during which people indulged in drinking parties and various orgies. During this period, another holiday, the Juvenalia specifically celebrated youth, children and fertility. Meanwhile, the roman upper and ruling class was worshiping Mithras – the Persian sun god.

Saturn was often depicted with a scythe and a celestial chariot. Here, the draft animals were not reindeers as in the case of Santa Claus, but giant snakes. Saturn, the Roman Chronos, was the principality who, according to mythology, devoured his own son to avoid him from eventually usurping his throne when becoming an adult. The spirit of Saturn is directly related to Santa Claus and still worshed through him till today.

Other foreign deities

We could go on making a long list of all the names of foreign spirits which the various pagans associated with light and Sun and which are thus celebrated to this day. Here, I will only mention a few from the best known examples:

Re/Ra/Oziris, Mithras, Helios/Dionysos, Sol Invictus, Lucia, …

The Roman attack on the Church, the real one, to which I often refer, when Constantine the Great, in his effort to assimilate everything, mix and thus falsify the original, incorporated here the celebration of the anniversary of Yahushua in the greatest feast celebrated worldwide by all people.

Puritan American Christians banned the celebration of Christmas until the middle of the 19th century. We know that masses of renewed Christians have emigrated to America. The Reformation has already settled this question once in the past. Later, due to marketing and capitalist interests, the feast was restored in order to push the masses into consumption. This affected the Christian communities, which began to feel a kind of lack during this coldest period.

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Do you still sacrifice your children to Moloch?

Millions of people trick their children into believing that there is a nice old man with a white beard and dressed in red clothes who distributes sweets and gifts as a reward to the children according to whether they have been good or not. They are brought before the image of an old “wise man” with a paternal face to whom they can write and even pray to win his clemency. What happens in such a case, at the spiritual level?

What kind of idol do people get their own children used to?

Wouldn’t these practices be a way of teaching them how to make idols from an early age?

In addition,

what image does the child have of Elohim,

if he is encouraged so early to ask some spiritual authority for all kinds of nice gifts after playing the nice boy or girl in order to obtain a reward? Isn’t this what we call religiosity, self-righteousness or pharisaism? Earn your salvation based on your deeds?

Are we surprised that there are so many believers who still see the Savior as an idol, a “little” Jesus who distributes gifts i.e. blessings and money in the context of current adult Christian?

To accustom our children to this kind of idols is simply to mislead them and develop in them a false image of Elohim and Yahushua. Wouldn’t this process just be

the sacrifice by fire of the spirit of our children on the altar of Moloch?!

As I mentioned in my other article on the prohibition of child sacrifice, every compromise with the world is a kind of spiritual sacrifice, the spiritual burning of our children, which can have serious repercussions on their adult life and their relationship with Elohim. See Do not follow the World

Notice the reaction of almost every small child when they are first placed on the lap of a man dressed as Santa Claus. They cry and scream in terror, many parents don’t even understand why. They think it’s because it’s an eccentrically dressed stranger. After a few years, the child grows up and gets used to the phenomenon, thus ending up crying. But what the children feel at first, in my opinion, is rather the foreign spirit that hides behind this masquerade and the spiritual sacrifice in which they do not want to take part and even less to be the victims.

Does the question still arise?

May those who have no children not be deceived. Those who celebrate alone or with their partner, parents or friends do nothing more than worship Satan without even suspecting it. Whether atheists or believers, the situation is the same.

The enemy doesn’t care if you believe in him or not, Christmas remains his unholy holiday in any case.

The acceptance of such a circus strongly impacts the spiritual state of people who submit to it or who do not warn of its dangers. In the case of Christians, this kind of festivities strongly affects their personal relationship with the Savior and the Father and distort even further the altered image they have of Him.

Yahushua has no intention of purifying anything that is unclean and rotten. The soiled roots must be dug up, cut off and thrown into the fire. Unclean spirits act even when we don’t believe and think about them. We activate them and empower them by letting them act. But as in all things, the time of ignorance is tolerated by Yahuwah, the Eternal. However, after the recognition of a problem, when a new imposture is unmasked, we can easily slip into a state of conscious rebellion if we do not purify ourselves of it. This kind of conscious rebellion will sooner or later lead to tragic consequences.

In conclusion, I recommend continuing to read chapters 8 and 9 of the book of Ezekiel.

Let’s be shrewd and use these false feasts for the benefit of Yahushua

Christmas is only good for one thing:

to minister to unbelievers who no longer commemorate the birth and existence of Yahushua except on this cursed day.

We have the opportunity to commemorate the birth of our Savior Yahushua HaMashiah and all other events related to Him at any time. The holidays, whether true or false, are an opportunity for us to bear witness to the Savior that many do not yet know, or only in this rudimentary form. Because religious holidays, original or not, are the occasions when even non-believers question a lot of things concerning Life and thus have their hearts more open and better prepared to receive the Gospel.

Christmas can thus be the occasion to bear witness to the Messiah so that the following year it is no longer celebrated, because the person will also have entered the Heavenly Sanctuary: the Body of the Messiah, where the Feasts of the Eternal become Eternal.

See also the article: The Feasts of Yahuwah in Yahushua, The prohibition of the “sacred tree”, New Year’s Day: When the Messiah was born!

Instead of merry christmas, wishing you further blessed reformations.

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