Thursday, January 31, 2019

Experience the Kingdom of Heaven Today!

Almost everything Jesus taught was linked to teaching people how to do acts of tzedaqah. He made it clear that this was what God had anointed him to do – his mission as “the Christ” was to do and teach people how to do acts of tzedaqah. So, what is tzedaqah? Every “follower of Yeshua” knew the answer to that question by heart. But today, most “believers in Jesus” have never heard the question, much less know the answer. Read the complete blog and find out by clicking here.

Monday, January 28, 2019

Be the Kingdom of Heaven Today!

If you had been a follower of Yeshua, aka Jesus, what would he have told you to do? The answer is found in his announcement about being the “Anointed One” – the Christ. This happened at his hometown synagogue at Nazareth. Read the complete article at --

Friday, January 18, 2019

Did Jesus Promote Violence or Shalom?

From the days of John the Baptist until now the Kingdom of Heaven
suffers violence, and the violent take it by force.

The English translation of the verse above has influenced Christian theologies and Western cultures for centuries. Some Christians have used it to promote violence as part of their mission. You can even find graphics of Jesus in military gear with an AK-47 urging people to use violence and force in Google searches. But for most Christians, the thought of Jesus promoting violence simply feels wrong. However, some of them also believe the English words of their Bible are the inerrant and infallible word of God -- God said it so that means it is true! It’s a crazy religious matrix that we live in. So, did Jesus actually say those words? Read the complete blog by clicking here.

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Unleashing the Power of Yeshua’s Key Words - Tzedaqah

TZEDAQAH is the transliteration of the Hebrew word above; ZAH-DAKH-AH is how it sounds. It is one of the most important words Yeshua taught. Yeshua said:

1. Those who do tzedaqah will enter eternal life.

2. Unless your acts of tzedaqah are greater than the scribes and Pharisees you will not enter the Kingdom of Heaven.

3. You love and serve God by doing tzedaqah.

4. Those who pursue opportunities to do tzedaqah are blessed.

5. People that do tzedaqah will let their light shine before people and glorify God.

6. Doing acts of tzedaqah will lay up treasures in Heaven.