From Mormonism, to Secular Humanism, to Christian to Messianic and now to seeker of YHVH and His ways.

I believe Torah and Prophets are supernaturally inspired - but the Prophets reveal some interesting things. Solomon was not supposed to be the chosen King and was wicked from the beginning.
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  • I firmly believe that Yah used the NT to point us _BACK_ to Torah for those willing to dig.

    DO NOT WORSHIP ANY MAN!
    I firmly believe that Yah used the NT to point us _BACK_ to Torah for those willing to dig. DO NOT WORSHIP ANY MAN!
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  • Someone said, "know who rules over you, by who you can't speak against."

    The elites love shaul.
    Someone said, "know who rules over you, by who you can't speak against." The elites love shaul.
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  • Since YouTube is blocking me, for the mean time I'll be exclusively using odyssee / library.

    I talk about Isaiah 1:16-20 here.

    https://lbry.tv/@TorahRevealed:7/abundant-quaint-goldfinch:7
    Since YouTube is blocking me, for the mean time I'll be exclusively using odyssee / library. I talk about Isaiah 1:16-20 here. https://lbry.tv/@TorahRevealed:7/abundant-quaint-goldfinch:7
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    Mercy is greater than sacrifice
    you don't need human sacrifice for sin, and Yah doesn't delight in any sacrifice.
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  • When does "deriving a principle" become "building a fence"?
    When does "deriving a principle" become "building a fence"?
    Can we generalize a command or derive an enforceable principle from a command? What is the textual line on this?
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  • Chris Evans:

    "The goal is to get to the point where it (homosexuality) is seen as normal"

    No Chris, my goal is to obey Yah and reject your Roman filth.
    Chris Evans: "The goal is to get to the point where it (homosexuality) is seen as normal" No Chris, my goal is to obey Yah and reject your Roman filth.
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  • Psalm 22 is not about Yeshua or Jesus.

    “My enemies [MET] surround me like a pack/group of wild dogs. A group of evil men has encircled me, ready to attack me. They have already smashed my hands and my feet.” (Psa 22:16, T4T)

    What enemies?

    Who are the dogs?

    Outsiders. Romans, sure could be, but does the rest of the context fit the Christian presupposition which also got them to change the translation to pierced from smashed or dug?

    No.

    “Rescue me from those who want to kill me with their swords. Save me from those who are like wild/fierce dogs [MET].” (Psa 22:20, T4T)

    David the context of this psalm, tells us he's calling on Yehowah for deliverance *from* the dogs.

    *Save me from those who are like wild/fierce dogs*

    Now, is it true, as Joel says, "whoever calls on the name of Yehowah shall be saved"?

    He called on Yehowah to save him from the dogs smashing his hands, and Yehowah did what?

    Leave him to be destroyed?

    “Snatch me away from my enemies who are like lions whose jaws are already open, ready to chew me up Grab me away from those men who are like wild oxen that attack other animals with their horns [MET]!” (Psa 22:21, T4T)

    I plead with you Christians read the whole context not your proof texts!

    “***But you have saved me,*** so  I will declare to my fellow Israelis how great you [MTY] are. I will praise you among the group of your people gathered togetherto worship you.” (Psa 22:22, T4T)

    Who saved David?

    Yehowah!!!

    This is also a big problem for the Christian interpretation!!

    David didn't die from the dogs, he was *delivered and saved* not by Jesus which would make zero sense, given the context is the afflicted servant David calling on Yehowah to be delivered - is yeshua as the son of God, afflicting himself as the Father and calling on himself for deliverance as the son, but according to the NT - the only name under heaven that saves is Jesus, so why not call on himself to be saved from the dogs?

    See what nonsense this is?

    David called on Yehowah and Yehowah saved him.

    “You people who have an awesome respect for Yahweh, praise him! All you who are descended from Jacob, honor Yahweh! All you Israeli people, revere him! He does not despise or ignore those who are suffering; he does not hide ◄his face/himself► from them. He has listened to them when they cried out to him for help.” (Psa 22:23-24, T4T)

    This is so clear. Read your bible and believe the tanakh.

    If Yehowah saved David, he can save us.

    He does not despise or ignore those suffering. (Another problem with the NT.)

    He listened to them when they cried out for help. (Which again the NT contradicts)

    “Yahweh, in the great gathering of your people, I will praise you for what you have done. In the presence of those who revere you, I will offer the sacrifices that I promised. The poor people whom I have invited to the meal will eat as much as they want. All who come worship Yahweh will praise him. I pray that God will enable you all to live a long and happy life! I pray that people in all nations, even in the remote areas, will think about Yahweh and turn to him, and that people from all the clans in the world will bow down before him. Because Yahweh is the king! He rules all the nations.” (Psa 22:25-28, T4T)

    Who's the king according to David?

    Yahweh/Yehowah.

    If Yeshua is the context of the suffering servant here, how could he also be Yehowah?

    Yeshua is declaring Yehowah to be king.

    NT theology destroyed again....

    Read your bible folks.
    Psalm 22 is not about Yeshua or Jesus. “My enemies [MET] surround me like a pack/group of wild dogs. A group of evil men has encircled me, ready to attack me. They have already smashed my hands and my feet.” (Psa 22:16, T4T) What enemies? Who are the dogs? Outsiders. Romans, sure could be, but does the rest of the context fit the Christian presupposition which also got them to change the translation to pierced from smashed or dug? No. “Rescue me from those who want to kill me with their swords. Save me from those who are like wild/fierce dogs [MET].” (Psa 22:20, T4T) David the context of this psalm, tells us he's calling on Yehowah for deliverance *from* the dogs. *Save me from those who are like wild/fierce dogs* Now, is it true, as Joel says, "whoever calls on the name of Yehowah shall be saved"? He called on Yehowah to save him from the dogs smashing his hands, and Yehowah did what? Leave him to be destroyed? “Snatch me away from my enemies who are like lions whose jaws are already open, ready to chew me up Grab me away from those men who are like wild oxen that attack other animals with their horns [MET]!” (Psa 22:21, T4T) I plead with you Christians read the whole context not your proof texts! “***But you have saved me,*** so  I will declare to my fellow Israelis how great you [MTY] are. I will praise you among the group of your people gathered togetherto worship you.” (Psa 22:22, T4T) Who saved David? Yehowah!!! This is also a big problem for the Christian interpretation!! David didn't die from the dogs, he was *delivered and saved* not by Jesus which would make zero sense, given the context is the afflicted servant David calling on Yehowah to be delivered - is yeshua as the son of God, afflicting himself as the Father and calling on himself for deliverance as the son, but according to the NT - the only name under heaven that saves is Jesus, so why not call on himself to be saved from the dogs? See what nonsense this is? David called on Yehowah and Yehowah saved him. “You people who have an awesome respect for Yahweh, praise him! All you who are descended from Jacob, honor Yahweh! All you Israeli people, revere him! He does not despise or ignore those who are suffering; he does not hide ◄his face/himself► from them. He has listened to them when they cried out to him for help.” (Psa 22:23-24, T4T) This is so clear. Read your bible and believe the tanakh. If Yehowah saved David, he can save us. He does not despise or ignore those suffering. (Another problem with the NT.) He listened to them when they cried out for help. (Which again the NT contradicts) “Yahweh, in the great gathering of your people, I will praise you for what you have done. In the presence of those who revere you, I will offer the sacrifices that I promised. The poor people whom I have invited to the meal will eat as much as they want. All who come worship Yahweh will praise him. I pray that God will enable you all to live a long and happy life! I pray that people in all nations, even in the remote areas, will think about Yahweh and turn to him, and that people from all the clans in the world will bow down before him. Because Yahweh is the king! He rules all the nations.” (Psa 22:25-28, T4T) Who's the king according to David? Yahweh/Yehowah. If Yeshua is the context of the suffering servant here, how could he also be Yehowah? Yeshua is declaring Yehowah to be king. NT theology destroyed again.... Read your bible folks.
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  • Guess it's time to start using my alternative media accounts.

    https://lbry.tv/@TorahRevealed:7/wry-keen-grouse:6
    Guess it's time to start using my alternative media accounts. https://lbry.tv/@TorahRevealed:7/wry-keen-grouse:6
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