How Far Would You go?

My dear friend in Christ Yeshua, shared this with me, and now I am sharing it with you.

This has a strong “tissue warning”!

http://www.maximumreferrals.com/videos/bridge/bridge.html

 

Take care and God bless you.

In Christ Yeshua,

Briggie

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2 thoughts on “How Far Would You go?

  1. Hello Anders. Thank you for visiting my blog and for sharing your faith and belief in Jesus, the Messiah.
    If converting to Orthodox Judaism brings you closer to God and His Son, I am very happy for you. As for me, I do not feel led to convert as much as I feel led to know more about Him, His will for my life and sharing Him with others and part of that journey is learning more about Judaism so I can learn about His upbringing and early beliefs. I am not a scholar nor am I knowledgeable enough to discuss Judaism, or even the bible, however I’m not in agreement about Jesus being a “pharisee” as a lot of what He said and did during His ministry went against the grain of the “pharisee’s”, against some of the “law” and led to His ultimate crucifixion.
    I pray that your walk with Jesus brings you happiness, peace and joy. May God, Creator of the Universe and all that is seen and unseen bless you and keep you in His care.
    -Briggie

  2. Hello!
    My name is Anders Branderud, I am 23 years and I am from Sweden. I have practised Orthodox Judaism through Netzarim (www.netzarim.co.il) in Ra’anana in Israel (led by the Orthodox Jew Paqid Yirmeyahu ha-Tzadiq), who are followers of Ribi Yehoshua – the Messiah – since 2007-05. Before that I was a devoted Christian for 6 years.

    By practising Torah non-selectively we make the world a better place to live in!

    How far would you go? Would you go as far as practising Torah non-selectively just like the historical Ribi Yehoshua – the Messiah?

    The research of world-recognized authorities (for example Barrie Wilson; ) in this area implies that Ribi Yehoshua was a Pharisee (a Torah-practising Jewish group) – who according to 4Q MMT (a Scroll found in the Qumran-caves) practised both written and oral Torah.

    That Ribi Yehoshua was a Pharisee implies that you need to practise his Torah-teachings if want to follow him. You do that by practising Torah (including oral Torah; see “Mishpat” and “Halakhah” at Glossaries in the first page at the abvove website)!

    Ribi Yehoshua warned for false prophets who don’t produce good fruit = defined as don’t practise the commandments in Torah according to Halakhah (oral Torah; see “Mishpat” and “Halakhah” at Glossaries in the first page at the abvove website). See Devarim (Deuteronomy) 13:1-6.

    If Ribi Yehoshua didn’t keep Halakhah he is a false prophet. Torah gives authority to Halakhah (as I said see the glossaries-definition at our website).

    To quote the first century Ribi Yehoshua: “Happy are they to be who hunger and thirst after tzedaqah [justness according to Torah; that is practising the מצות in תורה (Torah)], for they shall be filled of it.” [The Netzarim Reconstruction of Hebrew Matityahu 5:3].

    All the best,

    From Anders Branderud

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