I have been evaluating this rhetoric and seeing the behavior of church leaders and the saints is saddening. I will say that I don’t hate Christians but my problem with them is their ignorance and arrogance that get to me. Please, let me explain. Throughout the Bible specifically, the Torah or what they called the Old Testament I do not see anywhere that mentioned anything about pastors except prophets or prophetesses. Besides the New Testament Ephesian 4:11-13 which states “11 And He gave some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, and some pastors and teachers, 12 for the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry, for the [e]edifying of the body of Christ, 13 till we all come to the unity of the faith and the knowledge of the Son of God, to a perfect man, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ.” First of all, most Christians still believe that the Messiah is the white Jesus picture circulating online. Secondly, these verses would have made sense that’s if they didn’t do away with the law of Mosheh (Moses). The sad part of it is they recite these verses but yet are falling into deeper sins. Get this, they still don’t have any clue as to why. When they speak, they sound like an oxymoron and I’m not kidding.
There are so many questionable things about the New Testament that Christians take to heart. I found some of these letters that the translators or what they called scholars put together specifically Paul’s letters that don’t align with the Torah but that’s another subject itself. Nonetheless, after evaluating the situation, the first question that came to mind was which one of the Gods ordained your pastor or anointed him or her. The second question is if your pastor was ordained by God what was the instruction or the assignment that was given for him or her to follow? The third question is did your pastor understand his or her assignment? I can go to numerous examples from the Old Testament or the Torah in regards to the prophets. Every one of the prophets and prophetesses their job was to proclaim or relay a message from God to the children of Yashar’el.
Many times you will see God says to his prophet or prophetess, go and tell the children of Yahshar’el simply because he gave him or her a message or instructions for the children of Yashar’el. Let me go to the first question, which one of the gods ordained your pastor? Understand, there are many gods out there and there is also Satan who can make himself in the appearance of a god. Satan is the great deceiver and deceptive. He can talk to you as if it was God himself but if you don’t have the spirit of discernment you will not recognize his voice. So, I will ask the question again which one of the gods ordained your pastor to preach the gospel? I’m not here to judge anyone but when a pastor stands on the pulpit and says that the God of the children of Yashar’el ordained him or her then this is where it becomes problematic. I’m not saying that God doesn’t ordain people. Let me explain because this is relating to Christian pastors in general who claimed that God ordained them to preach the gospel. As we know Christian Pastors use the Bible to preach or teach “quotes” the good news of the Messiah whom they called Jesus, right? They specifically stick to the New Testament because they believe that the law of Mosheh (Moses) is done away. Who told them the law is done away I do not know. Maybe is the same god whom “quote” ordained them.
I need you to keep in mind that the God of the Children of Yashar’el (Israel) gave Mosheh (Moses) His commandments, Laws, and Statutes for the children of Yashar’el as an instruction so they can walk righteously before Him and by them keeping these instructions He will remain in their midst. Therefore, if God ordained anyone or the Christian pastors is so that they will teach His commandments, Laws, and Statutes, right? Unlike the Messiah, he instructed the twelve to go and teach the word or the good news to the lost sheep of Yahshar’el (Israel). Understand that it was the law of Mosheh (Moses) in addition to that the good news is that he came to let them know that after his death they no longer need to offer any sacrifices for their sins because he was the ultimate sacrifice. Also, the water baptism and that was it.
When you look at Christianity in general whether Panticostal church, Baptist, the body of Christ, Catholics, non-denomination churches you name it, each of them is teaching their message but use the same book called the Bible. This brings me to the conclusion that each of the pastors from these churches either received different messages or were ordained by different gods because they are not on the same page at all when they are using the same book. Also, the message they received doesn’t align with the commandments the God of the children of Yahshar’el (Israel) gave to Mosheh (Moses). Now, that’s a big problem because if the God of the children of Yashar’el ordained a pastor and that pastor is teaching something other than what He commanded then one must re-evaluate which one of the gods ordained that pastor. God is not a God of confusion. It is either he or she didn’t comprehend the instruction that was given, or Satan ordained him or her.
My understanding is Christians are supposed to be believing in the teaching of the Christ (Messiah), correct? The Messiah was sent by God who is the God of the children of Yashar’el (Israel). He believed in the Torah and also respected that even though He was the son of God in the flesh he had to abide by his Father’s commandments, Laws, and Statutes. Understand, every verse that he quoted was from the Torah or the Old Testament. He even made it clear about His assignment given to him by God, his Father in heaven. He knew that he came to die for our sins but not to add or remove from the commandments, laws, and Statutes. You don’t believe me, let’s go to Matthew 5:17 and it reads, “Think not that I am come to destroy the law or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill.” Why did he say that is because he knew that He cannot add or remove from the Torah. After all, they are eternal ordinances. Deuteronomy 4:2 “Ye shall not add unto the word which I command you, neither shall ye diminish ought from it, that ye may keep the commandments of the Lord your God which I command you.” And in Revelation 22: “For I testify to everyone who hears the words of the prophecy of this book: If anyone adds to these things, [b]God will add to him the plagues that are written in this book;”
The Messiah’s parents understood the importance of the Law that God gave to Mosheh (Moses) therefore, they raised him by the law of Mosheh. Meaning, he was Circumcised on the 8th day (Luke 2:21), Miryam (Marie) did the purification according to the Torah (Luke 2:22-24), presented him to the temple (Luke2:22), keeping all the feasts, and Sabbaths. Now, tell me why pastors are telling their assembly that the law is done away with and they don’t need to keep it but just believe in Jesus and they will be saved? Get this, the Jesus they believe in and tell their assembly about is not even the Messiah nor did he die for anyone. Tell me why? Why do they worship Paul so much? In my opinion, Paul appeared to be a confused character in the New Testament.
He doesn’t seem to know where he stands. He was telling the people not to keep the commandments and to be his imitator. The way I see it, Christians take Paul as their savior more than the Savior himself. That’s why it is problematic. That’s why I ask the question, who ordained Christian pastors? Because they strongly believe that the law of Mosheh (Moses) is done away and all you have to do is believe in a fictitious character named Jesus. If the God of the children of Yashar’el ordained anyone I’m sure He would not tell that individual to do away with His commandments, Laws, and Statutes that are eternal ordinances because He doesn’t change nor the word that comes out of his mouth.
Let see what it says in Isaiah 40:8 The grass withers, the flower fades, but the word of our God will stand forever.” This brings me to the conclusion that Christians are either confused, ignorant to the truth, or too arrogant to admit that they are lack understanding. Be aware of false teachers. Anyone who calls themselves pastor and telling you that the law is done away then you should question them. I’m just saying. Shalem!