Statement of Faith

We believe that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah and Savior of all mankind. Our overarching goal is to bring more glory to Him and to the Father by obeying His commandments and teaching others to do the same (Matthew 28:19-20, Matthew 5:19). We believe that none of the Law (Torah) was abolished at the cross, and that Yeshua is coming back to reign for a thousand years with Torah as the law of the land. We believe that those who teach against obedience to Torah have no light in them (Isaiah 8:20). In short, we believe and teach both the Spirit (Yeshua) and the Truth (Torah) as equally valid for today. Yeshua is our salvation, Torah is how we live a holy, righteous lifestyle after accepting our Messiah.

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8 responses to “Statement of Faith

  • Mishkan David

    Where’s the LIKE button???

  • Texas Jon

    Pretty much sums it up nicely! I love you, brother! Thanks for doing this; thumbs…

    Where’s the LIKE botton??? YES! 🙂

  • Coby Teune

    I am so thankful for everything God is doing in my life! I am so thankful for Yeshua haMashiach for the grace in His blood and the strenght of the Ruach haKodesh, I am thankful for all His commands (love it!) and His Feasts! I love Psalm 119! We read a part of it every Shabbat eve.

  • Pam

    couldn’t have said it better 🙂

  • John

    Amen! Sin is the transgression of the Law (Torah), which is the word, YESHUA is the word in the flesh so when people say that part of the word is done away with they take part of our Messiah. It just cant be. When you do the Deut 13 test on their vision of YESHUA he becomes a false prophet in the eyes of anyone who understands the front of the book. Its really dangerous teachings GOD is perfect he doesn’t change for no one!!!

  • John

    you said ” We believe that none of the Law (Torah) was abolished at the cross” but we know animal sacrifices were. Afterall God Commanded that a sacrifice be offered EVERY weekly Sabbath…

    • David Negley

      you said ” We believe that none of the Law (Torah) was abolished at the cross” but we know animal sacrifices were. Afterall God Commanded that a sacrifice be offered EVERY weekly Sabbath…

      This is a badly misunderstood concept. There are many things commanded by Hashem that are presently on hiatus. This does not mean the instruction has been terminated–only that we accept the temporary state of not being able to obey. The Torah, including the sacrifices, has not been nullified.

      I encourage you to read Jeremiah 33, where the Levitical priesthood is explicitly said to be just as permanent as the Davidic throne. We all believe Yeshua will sit on the throne someday. Why do we expect any less for the Levitical representative?

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