Dear Believer and Reader of these articles. It is with sincere love for Yahweh and those who make up Yisra’el that I, prayerfully, write these articles hoping that the eyes of our understanding might be opened.
I have been serving Yahweh, preaching and teaching, since I was 19 years old. As of this writing, I am in my seventies. During the majority of that time, I walked and lived as a Christian. And like many people, I assumed that I was doing all that I was supposed to do in following Him. I thought that I was obeying His commands until the Spirit began to show me what His true commands were. Then I said, "woe is me, I am undone." This is what we must realize "woe is me, I am undone."
Biblically, every generation of people come to faith and salvation under the governing knowledge of their time. In other words, our fathers received Eternal Life according to the knowledge that they had, the faith, and righteousness that Yahweh granted to them, based on their devout understanding of the scriptures and their trusting in the Yahweh.
Our generation is called to this same believing faith. However, because we live in a time that is referred to biblically as the "Day of Yahweh", the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) is turning those who have an ear to hear back to His teaching, the TORAH Jeremiah 31:31- 34. He is teaching people how to walk in it with understanding.
I pray that these articles and this site will provoke you to a better understanding of faith and the Creator, Blessed be He.
Isaiah 2:1-3 CJB (Mic 4:1-5) This is the word Yesha'yahu the son of Amotz saw concerning Yíhudah and Yerushalayim: In the acharit-hayamim the mountain of Yahweh’s house we established as the most important mountain. It will be regarded more highly than the other hills, and all the Goyim will stream there. Many people will go and say, "Come, let us go up to the mountain of Yahweh, to the house of Ya'akov! He will teach us about his ways and we will walk in his paths." For out of Tziyon will go forth Torah and the word of Yahweh from Yerushalayim.