Torahvision: Hebrew Studies
The video linked to the picture above explains why people call Yahuah “LORD.”
BARASHITH – In The Beginning – The first word of Scripture has a root, a prefix, and a suffix. It is translated “In the beginning.”
Why Didn’t Yahusha Know?
One has to wonder why Yahusha didn’t know they were going to outlaw Shabath in the year 370 CE at the Council of Laodicea when He said, “And pray that your flight does not take place in winter or on the Sabbath. For then there shall be great distress, such as has not been since the beginning of the world until this time, no, nor ever shall be.” Mt. 24:20-21
The Sign Of The Eternal Covenant: Shabath
Hebrews 4 tells us the “seventh day” is Shabath, and how there remains a Shabath rest for the people of Alahim. This is not an allegorical idea about “every day.” Such a text or teaching does not exist, except in men’s imaginations.
It is impossible to repent while continuing to sin.
We are ambassadors sent to free the prisoners imprisoned by the stronghold of faulty thinking. Sin is very specific. If we know what a sin is, and ignore obeying, we live in a delusion. To be legal is thought of as heretical, and accomplishes the will of Nimrod, Izebel, Antiochus Epiphanes, and Constantine.
To obey shows we love Yahuah. If we do not obey, we neither know Him or belong to Him. Constantine’s Sunday is not the sign of the eternal Covenant, the sign is that we rest on the day Yahuah blessed. Shabath existed before the Covenant was given, and remains for all eternity, hence “eternal” Covenant. It will be observed in the 7th millennium (YashaYahu / Isaiah 66:23).
The lake of fire (yam aish) is not a tempest in a teapot, it’s annihilation.