The Messianic Way



I am a Messianic Jew seeking to find fellowship and love among fellow Messianic Jews and Gentiles.  This blog iis dedicated to sharing my life experiences as a Messianic Jew.

Some of my inner convictions are;

Yeshua Messiah, the King of Israel, has brought his light into the world, and has given it to those who desire to walk in it.  Mediating one on one within our hearts under a NEW covenant.  Raised to life in the light of Messiah to follow him in newness of life, as the the first born of all creation.

This world is a shadow of what is to come; the substance is the Messiah.

God is one; and there is but one Mediator between God and humanity, Yeshua the Messiah, himself human, who gave himself as a ransom on behalf of all, thus providing testimony to God’s purpose at just the right time.

Yeshua the Messiah did this so that in union with him the Gentiles might receive the blessing announced to Avraham, so that through trusting and being faithful, we all might receive what was promised, namely, the Holy Spirit.

In union with him, through his faithfulness, we have boldness and confidence when we approach God. We, following along with his promise, wait for new heavens and a new earth, in which righteousness will be at home.

“I AM the Way — and the Truth and the Life; no one comes to the Father except through me.”

Thank you for visiting my blog.



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One comment on “Shimshon

  1. Matzah Mama
    February 4, 2014



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