To teach the Hebraic perspective of faith in and obedience to the One True Elohim.
What We Live By
In all things we might glorify the only True and Living Elohim(God) and with integrity present our witness that Yeshua is the promised Messiah of Israel(Messiah ben Joseph) and Redeemer of the World(Messiah ben David).
We declare the following truths to be the foundations of our faith.
1) Hear, O Israel: The ADONAI is our Elohim; ADONAI is One; He alone is Elohim. You shall love ADONAI your Elohim with all your heart, with all your soul and with all your strength. Deut. 6:4-5
2) All Scripture has been given by Elohim and is to be used for doctrine, for reproof, for correction and for training in righteousness. Deut. 30: 11-20, Psalm 119, 2 Tim. 3:16
3) Yeshua is the Messiah of Israel (Messiah ben Joseph) who appeared in the flesh, lived a holy life in obedience to the Torah, died as the final Passover Lamb required for the remission of sins as profecied in THe Garden, rose from the dead after three days and is now glorified at the right hand of the Father until He comes again as Messiah ben David to rule and reign over the entire earth from Jerusalem in the restored Kingdom of Israel. I Sam. 7, Daniel 7: 13-14, Zechariah 14, Luke 1:30-33
4) The Renewed Covenant imparts a new heart of flesh to replace a heart of stone, and upon that new heart the Torah of Elohim is written so that by the grace of Elohim at work in us, we learn to live a life of holiness and righteousness even as Yeshua did. Former Gentiles who join themselves to Elohim partake of the Renewed Covenant by being grafted in to the rich root of the olive tree, which is Israel, and by their faith become counted as seed of Abraham. Jeremiah 31: 31-34, Isaiah 56:6-8, Galatians 3: 6-14
5) The people of Elohim are a holy congregation called to be different from the world and to gather and celebrate His appointed festivals, to be a royal priesthood that upholds His name, and to shine as lights of truth in darkness. Leviticus 23, Matthew 5:14-16, I Peter 1: 13-16, I Peter 2: 9-10
6) The Shabbat, the seventh day of the week, is the created holy day of Elohim, which He gave to mankind as a sign of the covenant forever. While we should worship Elohim every day of the week as the followers of Yeshua in the Book of Acts exemplify, the Shabbat is nevertheless the sanctified day of the ADONAI. Genesis 2:2-3, Exodus 31:12-17, Isaiah 58: 13-14
7) The final Divine Plan for Israel is to bring the faithful remnant of the natural seed of Abraham and the remnant of the lost sheep of Israel who were formerly Gentiles, but have joined themselves to Elohim into one holy nation under one Shepherd, namely Yeshua, the Messiah, as a necessary part of the restoration of all things spoken of by the prophets. Hosea 1-2, Acts 3:21, John 17
8) Those who have joined themselves to the Elohim should be known by their fruits. The evidence of their faith must be seen in a consecrated, humble and holy life which delights the heart of Elohim and serves as a testimony of righteousness in this world. Deut. 7: 6-9, Matthew 12:33-37
9) We believe that Elohim rewards those who pursue His commandments and punishes those who violate them. In the final judgment, the wicked shall be separated from the just and all those whose names are not written in the Lamb’s Book of Life will be separated from His presence. Those who have followed Him will receive the reward of their obedience and live in the light of His glory forever. John 14:15