When did faith and salvation get so complicated? Rules, man made imposed laws, twisted view points, regulations, genealogies, words and knowledge have all become stumbling blocks to faith and salvation.
Salvation is not technical, it hasn’t changed, it doesn’t get upgrades, it doesn’t expire, it doesn’t get old, dusty, or dirty.
Salvation is simple – YAHUAH the Father loved us so much that He gave His only brought forth son YAHUSHA Our Savior and Master to all who believe. YAHUAH extends His mercy and grace as a choice and those who choose to receive it, live in the power of newness of life with the resurrecting King YAHUSHA Messiah.
Salvation is simple – Confess, Repent, Receive Grace, Exercise Faith
It is time to get Back To Basics of our faith and live in the joy of salvation! Today’s Shabbat Message Back To Basics is just the refreshing word we need.
Cornelius was a faithful man, he fasted, he was a giver, he prayed to YAHUAH, he feared YAHUAH and had a good report with others but…
He was not saved.
He was not saved by his own righteousness.
YAHUAH sent a messenger to tell him he needed something else.
He needed to hear.
He was saved by hearing the words of Kepha!
While Kepha was speaking the Set-Apart Spirit fell on Cornelius and his household! Kepha immediately immersed them.
This instance was so powerful that when Kepha recounted the story to the brothers who were extremely skeptical-they stopped criticizing the new believers and began to praise YAHUAH.
So what saves a person? Torah? Knowledge of words? The Torah of Words? Find the answers to your questions and more in this weeks Shabbat Message: Salvation Through YAHUSHA Messiah.
Have you learned the truth about the Name of the Father and His Son, but have found yourself tired and frustrated, feeling weighed down by “current” correct word pronunciations? Or laws that seem to bind your faith into joyless worship? Or maybe no real worship or praise at all? What happened to mercy? What saves a person?
Be encouraged and changed in this excellent message What Mercy Did For Me?