I just lost 3 posts trying to create this blog. Something does not want me to speak about this. Or I’m inept today.
I recently ran across a article from the Messianic Israel Alliance that surprised me. Why? They are saying the same thing I have been. Only using different labels.
And as seen here below, have had their ministry hijacked by others too. I find a commonality in what they believe. A redeemed Israel. Where Yeshua is King on the throne of David, and reigns over the House of Israel forever. Not in observance to the law of Moses, but to the Words of Yeshua.
We seem to have both found the connection in the prophets of Yeshua, and his title. King of Israel who sits on the throne of David reigning forever. (Luke 1:33)
I ask this because I never liked being called “Two House.” I dislike the title because it was made popular by someone who copied our teachings and then added some terrible errors. I would love to be able to escape that negative association. Beyond that, I see an absolute irony in the way the title was picked up and is now often used by people who reject the truth about the restoration of Ephraim and Judah. Every time I hear us being labeled as “Two House,” I feel like it is an incorrect, unsuitable name, one that does not describe us – or our ultimate goal – but it instead well describes those who oppose the truth of Scripture that we teach!
I have been studying and tailoring The Return of the King for years. It began as an inspirational study (led by the Lord) to identify the Remnant of Israel in the prophets. As Paul states in Romans 11, there is a remnant of Israel even today. And as the angel said in Luke 1:33 about Yeshua, that he would sit on the throne of David and reign over the house of Israel forever.
As you read the prophets we see that this King would be assembling the dispersed of Israel and gathering them in their own land to be King over them, and the world.
I find the Messianic Israel Alliance to be proclaiming these truths. Much to my huge surprise.
And beauty of all this is, I do not change a thing! I believe as I have believed all along. I simply found a common voice in those I once held at arms length. Who knew? Not I, but I do now.
"When you awake in the morning, learn something to inspire you and mediate upon it, then plunge forward full of light with which to illuminate the darkness." -Rabbi Tzvi Freeman
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