Walk

http://youtu.be/rCgGr1Ihhu4

Shabbat Shalom Achim (brothers and sisters in Hebrew)

This week is the Torah Portion is called Noach (Noah) . Noach is the one who had a close intimate relationship with YHVH our Elohim. In this lesson, I share with you how we can have that close intimate relationship. This requires us to change our life, and to move towards the correct path that YHVH wants us to go.

This will be difficult for many of us for it requires that we have complete trust in YHVH to take care of us while we are on that path. However, once we start walking on that ancient path, YHVH will make sure we learn His ways and bless us as we grow.

יברכך יהוה וישׁמרך׃
יאר יהוה פניו אליך ויחנך׃
ישׂא יהוה פניו אליך וישׂם לך שׁלום׃

YHVH will kneel before you presenting gifts and will guard you with a hedge of protection,
YHVH will illuminate the wholeness of his being toward you bringing order and he will beautify you,
YHVH will lift up his wholeness of being and look upon you and he will set in place all you need to be whole and complete (Numbers 6:24-26)

Have a blessed Shabbat.

Shalom,

Dirk
walksetapart.com

Understanding Elohim

http://youtu.be/dfjtBECLitQ

Shabbat Shalom Achim (brothers and sisters in Hebrew)

This is the beginning of my weekly Torah Portion. For the next year, each week, I will be teaching from the Torah Portion. In one year, we will go through the whole Torah from Genesis to Deuteronomy.

This week is the Torah Portion called Bereshit which means “In the beginning”.  This lesson is a very important one as it helps set us up for the entire year as we read the Torah. This is equally important in our lives because we will come away from the lesson with a deeper understanding of who Elohim is and what He means to us.

I will be teaching what Elohim means because many people do not really have the correct understanding of what Elohim means and to do this we must go to the Hebrew language as well as with a Hebraic mindset.

יברכך יהוה וישׁמרך׃
יאר יהוה פניו אליך ויחנך׃
ישׂא יהוה פניו אליך וישׂם לך שׁלום׃

YHVH will kneel before you presenting gifts and will guard you with a hedge of protection,
YHVH will illuminate the wholeness of his being toward you bringing order and he will beautify you,
YHVH will lift up his wholeness of being and look upon you and he will set in place all you need to be whole and complete (Numbers 6:24-26)

Have a blessed Shabbat.

Shalom,

Dirk
walksetapart.com

1x1x1=1 The Trinity Fallacy Explained

http://youtu.be/J9ChV7f6BkQ

Shabbat Shalom Achim (brothers and sisters in Hebrew)

This is a very sensitive issue among believers. We must always allow the word of YHVH to speak to us and tell us the truth. We cannot add or take away from the Torah which is given to us by YHVH.

Deuteronomy 4:2
(2) “Do not add to the Word which I command you, and do not take away from it, so as to guard the commands of יהוה your Elohim which I am commanding you.

One of the teachings of Trinity is that in order to be saved you must believe in the Trinity. The Word of YHVH does not tell us that. This is one of those things that were added to the word of YHVH by man.

This video shows you why the concept of 1x1x1=1 shows that Trinity does not fit the teachings of Miqra (Scriptures). Please keep an open mind and allow the truth to rule our life.

1 Thessalonians 5:21
(21) prove (test) them all. Hold fast what is good.

This is the responsibility of every believer: Check everything that is taught to make sure it fits in with the word of YHVH which is written in the Torah. Yahushua our Messiah taught us everything that the Father has already given to us in the Torah.

יברכך יהוה וישׁמרך׃
יאר יהוה פניו אליך ויחנך׃
ישׂא יהוה פניו אליך וישׂם לך שׁלום׃

YHVH will kneel before you presenting gifts and will guard you with a hedge of protection,
YHVH will illuminate the wholeness of his being toward you bringing order and he will beautify you,
YHVH will lift up his wholeness of being and look upon you and he will set in place all you need to be whole and complete (Numbers 6:24-26)

Have a blessed Shabbat.

Shalom,

Dirk