When we speak of Y’Shua being the Messiah, we have a clear view of what that implies. We understand the significance of what He did for us when He offered His life for us. When we look into the details of the ministry of Y’Shua as recorded in Scripture, we see that almost nobody knew the real mission of Y’Shua on earth. When we read about the ministry of Y’Shua, a number of things become a lot more interesting once our eyes have been opened to the spiritual dimension. Let us see what Y’Shua mission on earth included.
There are many references to YHVH’s Set Apart Spirit in Scripture. In the Tanakh we read of many people who had the Spirit of YHVH upon them always in order for them to perform a task or position. In the Apostolic writings we read of Y’shua speaking of this promise of YHVH, which will be fulfilled after He ascended to Heaven. This promise was YHVH’s Spirit as a helper to all who believed. Do you know if you have YHVH’s Spirit in you?
There is great significance in the blood of Y’shua. So much, you will be amazed by it. Although, I think we don’t have a full understanding yet. Our human minds cannot fully comprehend the things of YHVH, yet sometimes He gives a glimpse. This seems to me like one of those times. This study has revealed much about YHVH’s plan of redemption and the role Y’shua has in it. In this article, we will focus on the significance of the blood of Y’shua and how much people throw away when they choose to deny Him as their Messiah. This is an important topic and very actual. Many people come to the truth that the Torah has not been done away with and then go and reject the Living Torah. This is a great deception. Please read this and share.
It is almost Yom Kippurim, the most solemn day of the year. A day of atonements, a day of introspection and repentance. I am sure we have all been searching ourselves, to find the areas where we fall short. I always ask YHVH to reveal these areas to me, and He is faithful. It is never pleasant, but good for growth and profitable in becoming who He wants us to be. So, how does this relate to the six woes and rotten fruit, you may wonder.