The Introduction of Philip Pouliot's Beliefs

If you wonder or have asked Bro. Pouliot (Philip Pouliot) what religion does he attend to a Church or what kind of practical belief does he believe in? His answer: “I don’t believe in a religion thing but do believe in the Creator ONE who made the heaven and earth. The believe in about Yahuah’s teaching, His words which is found in the scriptural book. So, the practical belief I follow is the law of life which was handed down to us from heaven where Yah is.”

Those who've asked him those questions may not expect the kind of answer from him or find it weird or confusion. Bro. Pouliot answer may-be uncommon to most people. He no longer attend in the so-called denomination church (or the congregation) place where people worship, listen to the sermon or have such public market. At the end of this document article, you maybe will understand. You will see that Philip Pouliot is just a simple man who want to be a believer and the follower of Yahuah. Who he the observant of the printable law of YHUH. He know he isn't the descendants of Yisrael, Abraham or Shem but Japheth. Because he know his descendants came from the Gentiles people.


 

Bro. Pouliot is now making the statement here:

 

The word of the Creator ONE who made the heaven and earth. I have observe the laws (the teaching or the Turah), where I believe in Yahuah (YHUH) name. Where we should guard HIS name and his words, HIS commandments. I, Brethren Pouliot am not a religious believer, but a simple man who believes in the ONE who created the heaven and earth. I do not believe in this so-called word religion. Because this word RELIGION or RELIGOUS considered to mean more than one beliefs. I believe this word is a made up pagan word to brainwash people's mind about the truth. I believe Satan, the devil have done the evil work to trick people mind away from the truth.

I believe in Yahuah's commandment, the instructed way of life. Another word, I believe this scriptural book is more like a manual of life, a backup manual book to ensure whether we're going or doing what is right. A book that can also help remind us who is our maker of life. The manuscript of YAH's words were given to the mankind to understand and be able to recognizes what is right and wrong. Even so it is already written in our heart, this scriptural book still can help us. So that we the people wouldn't fail to choose to sin, but to have the rightful path of life by doing what is good and pure. To respect the law of LIFE which YAHUAH draw a line to know how to do that. Why we must have faith, patience and ensure to help one another to live right from wrong. I also believe the scriptural book tell us about the promise of the good new in the future. The future where there will be no more sin among us. Where there will be eternal life.

Now let talk about religion, why is that I do not believe in religion. This word religion I must straighten it out with you. I've discovered and learned that this word religion does not exist in the ancient text book. It was replace with the other word in the early century. What I do understand is that religion mean an organized collection of beliefs, cultural systems, and worldviews that relate humanity to an order of existence is a made up word. Like how the two dictionaries can us an example below:

1. The American Heritage Dictionary said:

a. The belief in and reverence for a supernatural power or powers, regarded as creating and governing the universe: respect for religion.

b. A particular variety of such belief, especially when organized into a system of doctrine and practice: the world's many religions.

c. A set of beliefs, values, and practices based on the teachings of a spiritual leader.

2. The life or condition of a person in a religious order: a widow who went into religion and became a nun.

3. A cause, principle, or activity pursued with zeal or conscientious devotion: a person for whom art became a religion.


 

The Oxford Dictionaries said: “The belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, especially a personal God or gods. Would the scripture book define that? The belief in a god or in a group of gods : an organized system of beliefs, ceremonies, and rules used to worship a god or a group of gods : an interest, a belief, or an activity that is very important to a person or group.”

According to the online Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, said the same thing: “religion” is a set of variously organized beliefs about the relationship between natural and supernatural aspects of reality, and the role of humans in this relationship as well. Since the Wikipedia, encyclopedia or dictionaries all have describes the same view of it meaning, none of those can define that in the original scripture book. The thing is, there is only one belief that come from the ONE who is from heaven.. Here is how I know why the word religion does not belong in the true scriptural book. With the help of the heavenly one spirit, the Hebrew-English scriptural book of James 1:26-27, mention a word observant and/or observance, instead of religion and/or religious? I realized this word observant and observance is the correct word and it does make a lot sense to me what the scriptural of James 1:26-27 saying.


 

Let compare it with the King James Version and the other kind of the English book called the Besorah of YahUah in THE MESSIANIC WRITINGS of James 1:26-27, you can try other versions book as well.


 

“Those who consider themselves religious and yet do not keep a tight rein on their tongues deceive themselves, and their religion is worthless. The religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world”.


 

“If anyone among you thinks he is observant and does not bridle his tongue but deceives his own heart, this one’s observance is worthless. Clean and undefiled observance before the Elohim and Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction and to keep oneself unstained from the world”.


 

Unlike the Besorah of Yahuah for James over the KJV book, it turn out that Besorah of Yahuah is the correct message. Even after I have study a little about the ancient Hebrew alphabet letters, religion in Hebrew is not found to be translated to English. It actually translated to observe. The very same word used often during the Old Testament time. Since the old testament had often mention for the believers to observe and guard YHUH's teaching forever. That mean we're to be the observant of the law. Just like what the book of Yeshayahu (Isaiah) 42:20 teaches. I strongly believe the paganism translator had in vain changed many words as did for religion. Just as how they and their king had change the time and law of YHUH. This is also why I must clarify not just you but everyone why this word religion is the idea word of man. To ensure people about the correction, including about the ancient Hebrew language as well. Since the modern Hebrew are not the same as the ancient Hebrew.


 

Earlier, you have learned that I am not a Christian, and yet, you may want to know what kind of believer am I anyway?

Let look into the book of Acts Chapter 11; verses 19 to 26 where I knew the word Christian or Church were also the incorrect word for the scripture manuscript. Let compare this with the KJV and the Besorah of YahUah also:

“Now they which were scattered abroad upon the persecution that arose about Stephen traveled as far as Phenice, and Cyprus, and Antioch, preaching the word to none but unto the Judahs only. And some of them were men of Cyprus and Cyrene, which, when they were come to Antioch, spake unto the Grecians, preaching the LORD Jesus. And the hand of the Lord was with them: and a great number believed, and turned unto the Lord. Then tidings of these things came unto the ears of the church which was in Jerusalem: and they sent forth Barnabas, that he should go as far as Antioch. Who, when he came, and had seen the grace of God, was glad, and exhorted them all, that with purpose of heart they would cleave unto the Lord. For he was a good man, and full of the Holy Ghost and of faith: and much people was added unto the Lord. Then departed Barnabas to Tarsus, for to seek Saul: And when he had found him, he brought him unto Antioch. And it came to pass, that a whole year they assembled themselves with the church, and taught much people. And the disciples were called Christians first in Antioch.”


 

Then, indeed, they who were scattered because of the pressure that arose over Stephanos passed through to Phoenicia and Cyprus and Antioch, speaking the word to no one except the Yahuḏim only. But some of them were men from Cyprus and Cyrene, who, when they had come to Antioch, spoke to the Hellenists, bringing the Besorah: the Master OSwhy! And the hand of the Master was with them and a great number having believed turned to the Master. And word of it came to the ears of the assembly in Yerushalayim and they sent out Barnaḇah to go as far as Antioch, who, having come and seeing the favour of Elohim, was glad and encouraged them all with purpose of heart to cleave to the Master. Because he was a good man and filled with the Set-apart Spirit and with belief. And large numbers were added to the Master. Then Barnaḇah went to Tarsos to seek Sha’ul, and having found him, he brought him to Antioch. And it came to be that for an entire year they came together in the assembly and taught large numbers. And the taught ones were called ‘Natsarim’ first in Antioch.


 

Notice how the Besorah of YahUah used Natsarim instead of Christians, why is that? It is because one of the word is right and the other one were translated wrong. Christ and Christian are also the improper English word as well. Even in the Septuagint version of the Hebrew Bible, the word Christ was used to translate into Greek, the ancient MessiYah (Messiah) (H4899), meaning “anointed.” Christós (G5547 – Root G5548) in classical Greek usage could mean covered in oil, or anointed, and is thus a literal translation of messiYah. The term “Christian” was used to describe a follower of Messiah from the world's wrongful point of view through paganism idea. The pagans at Antioch called the apostles “Christians” first (Acts 11:26; Acts 26:28) and used it derogatorily because the apostles did not follow the commercial world of the pagans. “Christian” is an adjective, not a noun. MessiYah who name is YahuSha never called himself a Christian, and never called his followers Christians as well. Even the apostles never called each one another Christians. MessiYah YahuSha never even used an adjective to describe himself!


 

The bottom line is, the original ancient word for "Nazarene" is based on the root word "natsar", which means to “WATCH” -- this is because the area around the burg Natsareth was named for it, hence the word "Gennetsaret" (vale of Netsar) -- referring to the whole district. This root word used points to the fact that the town was situated on high ground, and provided a panoramic view of the surroundings. It was an absolutely lovely place to grow up. In these places, the change in vowels forms the root "netser", meaning "branch"; it's a kind of synonym, like any word with two meanings, but the same spelling. "He shall be called a Natsarene" (Mt. 2:23) refers to the verses above, but it is not a direct quote as we are led to believe. This synonym (word spelled the same) forms a play-on-words: "netser", meaning "branch", and "natsar", meaning "to watch". So, we can be called branches, and watchmen for this reason. Remember what Yahusha said, "I am the vine, you are the branches" (Yahuchanon 15:5). The original followers of Yahusha were known as "Natsarim" (the plural of Natsari), because you'll see "sect of the Nazarenes" written in your translations at Acts 24:5.


 

The title name Christian came from the idea follower or member of “Christ”, with adding an IAN after it. Since ian means a member of the group or office. We shouldn't change or add the word that was already given us. We shouldn’t translated change into a differences language anyway. Since it is not respectful to have our heavenly Father's name to be call with a different language name. A name that was given only one name from heaven to call upon heavenly Father, no other name (according to SHEMOTH (Exodus) 20:2-7).


 

According to history, whether you knew about the letter 'J', 'W' and even a 'V' had only exist for the last 400 to 500 years? In fact this letter "J", as we are familiar with it today, came into being around the 14th to 15th century, a corruption of the Greek, and Roman/Latin language. It was used interchangeably with the letter i, and was not considered a consonant until around the 17th century, then coming into its own as a letter, no longer a derivative of the i letter and pronounced completely different with a sound of its own. Our old English came far from the Anglo Saxon (Englisc) which came after the Runic alphabet(s) language. Webster's New World Dictionary: "J, j, 1. the tenth letter of the English alphabet: Formerly a variant of I, i, in the seventeenth century it became established as a consonant only, as in Julius, originally spelled Iulius.


 

The name for Yeshua or Iesus nor Jesus is also not the correct translated (or pronouncing) name as well. Since the name Jesus is not the name, which is not an "equivalent", but a "replacement" for what should be the only name found under heaven which was given to Mary and Joseph. His name is YahuSha (NOT YesHua or Jesus). A name for every nation to know HIS true guiding name of the Father YahUah's (YHUH) which we must be saved (Acts 4:12). The way we see his name YahuSha is the Hebrew-English name, but the pronouncing name is ancient Hebrew. Our heaven Father's and Son's name was also changed in vain as well. No wonder why the Romans along with some of the Yahudim (and even the Yisraelites), had been polluting over the believers of YHUH faith by festivals inherited from the pagan religions idea of the Roman's way for years, while they kept calling themselves Christians or Judahs which isn't the true name as the follower or believers of YHUH. This is how I've also realized, it is not hard but easy to prove this necessarily without the so-called bible. Because our history of typography and alphabet language have been changing and even in vain can clearly show us that.


 

Since we now know what "NATSARIM" mean, a watchman and/or the branches (believer/follower of the vine (YHUH). There more we need to understand about watchman. YirmeYahu (Jeremiah) 31:6 tells us of a day when watchmen (Hebrew, Natsarim) will arise: "For there shall be a day when the watchmen (Natsarim) cry on Mount Ephrayim (the lost tribes sown into the nations, Amos 9:9), 'Arise, and let us go up to Tsiyon, to Yahuah our Elohim.'" Also, read Ezekiel chapter 37, and Ephesians chapter 3; it is the 'secret' of Elohim, Rev. 10:7, Ephesians 3. Part of that scripture help us understand that the believers can consider being as the Natsarim. This does not mean they are the group name like the Christian, Baptist, Methodist, Catholic, Pentecostal, Jehovah Witness or Muslim etc...


 

In our modern day, the so-called Christians say they are "God's" people. The Judahs say that they are the People of Yahweh. The Muslims say they are Allah's people. Other religious groups say they are "God's" people. And within these groups there are many sub-groups – all making exclusive claim to being the people of "God." Many of these groups are at one another’s throats! What ever they are, they are antagonistic toward one another; whether they are the Judah (today people called them Jews) and Christians war against Muslims and vice versa; Christians and Muslims persecute Judahs; Shiite Muslims fight Sunni Muslims; Judahs exclude Christians from the "Commonwealth of Israel" (Ephesians 2:12); Protestants war with Catholics; Charismatics war with Fundamentalists; various sects, denominations, and churches within Christianity fight one another; even congregations within a church are antagonistic toward one another; various sects of Judaism conflict with one another. And this divisive conflict is sad, because Yahusha ("Jesus"), who gave His life that the whole world might be saved (John 3:16; 1 Timothy 2:6), prayed, just before He finished His mission here on Earth, that all “. . . who believe in Me . . . might be one, as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You; that they also may be one in Us . . .” (John 17:21).


 

So, who are, really, the “chosen ones,” the “redeemed of the Master ONE from heaven?” the People of Yahuah ("God") whom He longs to be united with Him and He in them? If we will just get our egos and misconceptions out of the way long enough to look at Scripture carefully, comprehensively and objectively – getting the big picture of Yahuah’s wonderful plan to restore His entire Creation in Heaven and on Earth to Himself (cf. Colossians 1:16-20), as well as the details of that plan – we will see with crystal clarity who His People are. And you are invited to do exactly that with me right now.


 

In the Beginning To find out who Yahuah’s People are, we must start at the beginning, understanding the YAH’s original plan for His Creation. In the beginning Yahuah created the universe and all that is in it (Genesis 1:1-25). Then, His crowning achievement was the creation of human beings – Adam and his wife – who were perfectly united with one another and with Yahuah (cf. Genesis 1:27; 2:24). So, Adam and his wife were the first People of Yahuah. And it was Yahuah’s will that they eat of the Tree of Life (Genesis 2:9, 16) and live in perfect harmony with Him, one another, and His Creation forever. And Yahuah wanted Adam and his wife to be categorically different from all other created beings or animals in Heaven or on Earth. So, He created them in His own image (Genesis 1:27). And since the essence of Yahuah is love (1 John 4:16), He created human beings, unlike any other creatures in Heaven or on Earth, with His capacity for pure, unselfish love. And it is the love of Yahuah that unites us with Him and with one another (1 John 4:16). But, in order to love unselfishly, we need to be able to choose not to love, don’t we? For how can we say that someone loves us if they have no choice but to love us? So, among all the beings Yahuah created, human beings are the only ones He created with free will – the capacity to choose between right and wrong, good and evil, to love or not to love Yahuah and one another.


 

Some may argue that Lucifer, once a good angel created by YAHUAH have chose to rebel against him is his fault. We should be able to see that Lucifer had made the terrible choice and is not YAHUAH's fault who made him evil. It was Lucifer alone who have turned dark by his own will. Why on earth did YAH Created him in the first place and why did he planted the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil in the Garden? So fasten your seatbelts; some of this may really stretch your understanding of the one, true Creator ONE, the MAKER of all, whose name is Yahuah. But if you will hang on and go along for the ride, you will see the truth, Scriptural understanding of Yahuah’s plan for the restoration of His whole Creation is nothing less than astonishing in its wisdom and magnificence.


 

So, the YAH gave Adam and his wife a choice. He planted the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil in the Garden and told Adam and Eve not to eat of that tree – that the day they ate of that tree they would die (Genesis 2:17). It has never been Yahuah’s will in the first place after Lucifer change, although He created it, for His People to have an intimate knowledge of evil. To make a plan of salvation.


 

This does not mean the same way that Yahuah created Lucifer to rebel against Him and become Satan as He created the deadly Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, He created - evil itself (Isaiah 45:7 KJV). Be careful how we read the scriptural book to what Bible version we read. Because this King Jame Version scripture statements of Isaiah 45:7 is not correct “I make peace, and create evil.”. Other scriptural message said “I bring prosperity and create disaster” similarly to other version “I am the one who sends good times and bad times”. Don't get stuck with only one kind of Bible, otherwise we will get the wrong picture about our Creator. Because HE surely did NOT created evil.


 

Isaiah 45:7 partly teach about how he can created wrath, so that he make His power known to people, endured with much longsuffering the vessels of wrath prepared for destruction? (Romans 9:22). In the end, it will make all sense, and we will have a perfect understanding of Yahuah’s plan and HIS will. But meanwhile, please notice what happened. Adam and his wife made the wrong choice; they chose to believe the Serpent’s (Satan in disguise) lie that they would not die if they ate of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil (Genesis 3:4). And, as Yahuah had warned, that day they died and were banished from His presence. No, they did not die physically right a way – they had children and lived many more earthly years, but eventually they did died (they were separated from Yahuah's world in spiritually). In other words, they were no longer one with Yahuah and with one another in His Spirit of pure, in Yah's unselfish goodness and love kingdom. And, at that point in time, they ceased being His People; they became children of the devil, controlled by the spirit of evil. So, what makes someone a person of Yahuah? Let’s take a closer look at what happened to Adam and his wife. When we understand why they fell out of favor with Yahuah and ceased being His People, we will understand who, down through history, have been the People of Yahuah. Adam and Eve forfeited their relationship with Yahuah because they were disobedient. He told them not to eat of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, and they ate of it. It’s that simple, right? Wrong. Their disobedience was just a symptom of a deeper, spiritual deficit – lack of faith. They believed the serpent rather than believing Yahuah. And so they gave in to their impulses and the lies of the devil, and joined him in His rebellion against Yahuah. A loving relationship with anyone – a spouse, a friend . . . or with Yahuah – is based on trust, isn’t it? If we don’t trust (have faith in) that person, or Yahuah, we have no real relationship with him or her, do we? So, when we look at the people of Yahuah down through history, we see that the key qualification for being one of Yahuah’s People is faith in Him. The People of Yahuah in the Bible Here is a chronological list of some of the other People of Yahuah named in the Bible together with Scriptures that tell why they were Yahuah’s people:

Abel – Genesis 4:1-4; Hebrews 11:4

Enoch – Genesis 5:24; Hebrews 11:5

Noah – Genesis 6-9; Hebrews 11:7

Abraham – Genesis 15:6; Romans 4:3; Hebrews 11:8, 17-19

Sarah – Genesis 21:1-3; Hebrews 11:11

Isaac – Genesis 27:26-40; Hebrews 11:20

Jacob – Genesis 48:1-20; Hebrews 11:21

Joseph – Genesis 50:22-26; Hebrews 11:22

Moses – Exodus 2:11-15; 10:28; 12:21; Hebrews 11:23-28

The Children of Israel – Exodus 14:22-29; Joshua 6:12-20; Hebrews 11:29-30

Rahab – Joshua 2:1; 6:25; Hebrews 11:31

Deborah – Judges 4:4-16

Ruth – Ruth 1:16

David – 1 Samuel 17:45-47

Elijah – 1 Kings 18:24-38

Esther – Esther 4:16-5:2

Mary – Luke 1:31-38

The Apostles – The book of Acts Cornelius – Acts 10


 

Now, what is the one thing that all these People of Yahuah had in common? Was it because they were men? No . . . many of the great People of Yahuah throughout history have been women too. Deborah was a judge and prophet of Israel. Was it because they were all Judahs? No . . . about half of the people listed above – Abel, Enoch, Noah, Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Jacob, Rahab, Ruth, and Cornelius were not the descendants of Jacob. Ruth, a Moabite woman, was an ancestor of Yahusha. Was it because they were “Gentiles”? No . . . only the apostles (after Yahusha’s resurrection) and Cornelius were what were called by the Gentiles. Was it because they were good, righteous people? No . . . they were all sinful humans, just like we are. Abraham and all the Patriarchs were adulterers and polygamists. Abraham, out of fear of what Pharaoh would do to him if he knew Sarah was his wife, lied to Pharaoh, telling him Sarah was his sister. The Children of Israel were constantly whining and complaining about their circumstances, rebelling against Yahuah, and worshiping other gods. David, the “apple of Yahuah’s eye,” was an adulterer and murderer. Rahab was a Gentile prostitute. So, it is not our own goodness and righteousness that makes us people of Yahuah, is it?


 

Obviously, the one factor that makes a person one of Yahuah’s People is faith, isn’t it? . . . a faith that keeps us coming back to Yahuah although we frequently fail Him, trusting Him to work everything out in the end. All the above references in the book of Hebrews state, “By faith” Abel, Enoch, Noah, Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, they (the children of Israel), and Rahab did this and that great thing. Abraham is the prototype of Yahuah’s People. And it was in faith that this great man of Yahuah, who was very comfortable and prosperous in Mesopotamia, the place where he was born and raised, gathered up his possessions and left, not even knowing where he was going, simply because the Lord told him that if he would do so, He would make Abraham’s descendants a great nation (Genesis 12:1, 2). And it was in faith that Abraham was willing to obediently offer his son as a sacrifice to Yahuah (Genesis 22:9-10). And it was simply because of his faith, not because of his obedience or lack of sin, that Yahuah considered Abraham righteous (Genesis 15:6; Romans 4:3). Yes, the People of Yahuah are obedient, but that is only through their faith. Often, when they are not acting out of faith, they are disobedient. But if they are truly the People of Yahuah, they will keep repenting of their sins, turning back to Him in faith for forgiveness, and trusting Him to save them in the end. And it is not just going through the motions of obedience that makes one a child of Yahuah. Cain obeyed Yahuah in offering a sacrifice, but it was not done in faith, so it was rejected (Hebrews 11:4). King Saul offered sacrifices to Yahuah, but not in faith, so his sacrifices were rejected and so was Saul (1 Samuel 13:9-13). The Bible states, “Whatever is not from faith is sin” (Romans 14:23).


 

If we attend to the service and function place to sing praises to Yahuah with our hands raised, give away all of our possessions, and do great things in the name of Yahusha, pray fervently, would still not be His People. Only those who really do His will in faith are Yahuah's People (cf. Matthew 7:21). The People of Yahuah Today So, who are Yahuah’s People in the world today? They are the same as His People throughout history – those who have trusted Him with their lives and follow Him wherever He leads. And, because there are thousands so-called of “gods” being worshiped in the world, the one, true Maker, the Creator ONE of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and the Children of Yisrael, has made Who He is very clear and specific by manifesting Himself as a human being – Yahusha, the Messiah. To believe in HIM, the only person in history who could legitimately claim to be Yahuah in heaven, is to believe in Yahuah only (cf. John 14:9-15).


 

The People of Yahuah have always interacted with and looked forward to the Messiah coming to take back dominion of the world from Satan. Yahuah the Son has been personally involved with His People throughout history. For example, Abraham met and gave a tenth of the spoils of war (an act of worship) to the Messiah in the person of Melchisedec, the mysterious king of Salem, who had no mother nor father, no descendants, no beginning nor end, and who was also called the "King of Righteousness" and the "King of Peace" (Hebrews 7:1-4) is also the ONE. And Genesis 18:1 states that, on another occasion, the Master appeared to Abraham in the form of three men. Then, hundreds of years later, Yahusha confirmed that He had been present with Abraham, and that Abraham had rejoiced to (in faith) see the coming of His day (John 8:56). Did reader like you ever noticed that? Yahuah's ancient People, the descendants of Yisrael, have always looked forward to the coming of the Messiah to rule from the throne of David (e.g., Isaiah 9:6, 7). And He has interacted personally with Abrabhm's future descendants (people today called them Hebrew) throughout their history. Examples include appearing to Yahushua (Joshua 5:13-15) and to Zechariah (Zechariah 1:8; 2:5). Most of the Judahs have just not yet realized that the Messiah is Yahuah in form of human name. Then, the apostle Paul, in his letter to the Believers in Rome, explained very clearly who the people of Yahuah are: They are all those who are the spiritual descendants of Abraham through faith in the coming Messiah – Judahs or Gentiles (cf. Romans 4). As was pointed out in the commentary on Revelation 19, the term translated “nation” (Hebrew: goy, plural goyim) in the Bible can refer to any of three groups - the physical descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (Israel), the spiritual descendants of Abraham (those who look forward in faith to the coming Messiah), or the unsaved Gentile nations, depending on the context. Generally, the singular (goy) refers to the physical nation of Israel while the plural (goyim) refers to either the spiritual descendants of Abraham (including the tribes/nations who will inhabit the millennial kingdom) or to the unsaved Gentile nations of the world. For example, Genesis 12:2 refers to the physical descendants of Abraham as a “great nation" (goy), identified as the "holy nation" Israel in Exodus 19:6. In Genesis 18:18, goy and goyim refer to the Hebrew and Gentile nations, respectively - goy refers to Israel and goyim refers to “all the [Gentile] nations of the earth.”


 

Then, the Master promised Ephraim (the Birthright son of Yisrael, whose name is used interchangeably with Yisrael) that his descendants would be a “multitude [Hebrew: melow - fullness, that which fills] of nations [goyim]” (Genesis 48:19) – what people today know as the Hebrew nations who will populate the Kingdom of Yahuah during the Millennium. (The descendants of the Northern Kingdom of Yisrael will be reunited with the tribes of the Southern Kingdom when they return to the Promised Land at the End of the Age (cf. Ezekiel 37:21-22). Then, together, they will again form the united nation of Israel, the twelve tribes of which (along with the Gentiles whose lives are spared at the end of the Final Seven Years - cf. Zechariah 14:16) will become the nations of the millennial kingdom of the Messiah).


 

In Romans 11:25, exactly the same phrase is used: “fullness [Greek: pleroma—fullness, that which fills] of the Gentiles [Greek: ethnos—nations]," but in this context referring to the spiritual descendants of Abraham - Gentiles who have come to faith in Yahusha as their Messiah - who have been grafted into the Commonwealth of Yisrael (Romans 11:24; Ephesians 2:12). Unfortunately, virtually all Gentile translations of the Bible and commentaries fail to recognize that goy(im) refers to both Hebrew and Gentile nations. This has resulted in much confusion as to how Yahuah is going to deal with Yisrael vis-à-vis the Gentile nations at the End of the Age, even to the extent of the formation of the false doctrine that Gentile nations have replaced Yisrael as Yahuah’s chosen People and will be the ones who inhabit the Kingdom of Yahuah on Earth during the Millennium. Because they join in HIS people which become as the Yisraelites spiritual people. As an example of a passage that has been misinterpreted, Isaiah 11:10 in the NKJV states, And in that day [the Day of the Lord] there shall be a Root of Jesse [the Messiah], Who shall stand as a banner to the people; for the Gentiles [goyim] [which has been falsely interpreted to mean only non-Judahs or non-Ysraelites] shall seek Him, and His resting place shall be glorious. But please notice that the context of Isaiah 11:10 is a prophecy that the Messiah will return to "set up a banner for the nations [goyim], and will assemble the outcasts of Israel [Gentiles were never cast out, because they were never Israelites in the first place], and gather together the dispersed of Judah [who is also part of the tribe of Yisrael] from the four corners of the earth [Gentiles were never scattered to the four corners of the earth]." (verses 11 and 12). Clearly, in these verses (10-12), the banner is being set up not only for the Yahuah-fearing Gentiles on whom the Master will have mercy and allow to enter the millennial kingdom of the Messiah, but for the physical descendants of Yisrael who will come out of the Gentile nations, because, at this point in time (at the end of the Final Seven Years), the faithful Remnant of both the descendants of Ephraim/Israel (the Northern Kingdom) and those of the House of Judah (the Southern Kingdom) who have not yet recognized that Yahushua is the Messiah will be eagerly looking for the Messiah’s return, but the time for the unsaved Gentiles to come to the Master ONE will have ended - those who are not saved by then will not be seeking Him.


 

So, Paul points out to the Believers in Yahusha who name mean 'Yah Save' that have been grafted into the cultivated olive tree (the Commonwealth of Israel), that they should not look down their noses at the Judahs just because they rejected the Messiah the first time He came. It was all part of Yahuah’s plan to make faith in the Messiah Yahushua available to everyone. Paul explains it very graphically, stating that the Judahs (those of physical Israel who look forward in faith to the coming Messiah), who came back to the land of Israel after their captivity in Babylon, are branches of the cultivated olive tree. (The olive tree is a symbol of Israel - Jeremiah 11:16.), and the redeemed Gentiles (not the natural, physical descendants of Israel) are branches of the wild olive tree (“elect according to the foreknowledge of Yahuah the Father” - 1 Peter 1:2) grafted, "contrary to nature" (Romans 11:24), into the cultivated olive tree. And the wild branches have been grafted in only because the cultivated branches have been (temporarily) cut off (blinded to who their Messiah is). Therefore, the wild branches grafted in should not boast against the cultivated branches that have been cut off, because if Yahuah did not spare the cultivated branches who did not believe in Yahusha at His first coming (but who will be grafted back in when they do believe), He will certainly not spare the wild, grafted-in branches if they do not continue (through faith) in the goodness of Yahuah. (Romans 11:17-24)


 

So, the only difference, at the present time, between the Renewed Covenant Saints (those who have already believed in the Messiah Yahuha) and the Saints still living under the original covenant with Israel is that the Renewed Covenant Saints have (or should have) the Torah written on our hearts (Hebrews 10:16) and the fullness of the indwelling Holy Spirit enabling us to live by the Torah, not that we are any more the chosen People of Yahuah than are the Judahs who believe in the coming Messiah. The doctrine that the cultivated olive tree, composed of those of the twelve tribes of Yisrael who still believe in Yahuah and look forward in faith to the coming Messiah, although they have not yet recognized that He is Yahusha, are not just as much the People of Yahuah as those who have already accepted Yahusha as their Savior and Messiah.


 

Therefore, there is no Scriptural reason for anti-Semitism, is there? All believers in the coming Messiah, whether or not they have yet recognized that Yahusha is Yahuah and believe in HIM. The name of YahuSha is a temporary name in a form of human man (Hebrews 2:7 or Psalm 8:5). Because he is Yah Salvation or Deliverance.


 

Today we have a varieties of cultures, traditions and belief which somehow we called it RELIGION. Religion is not from Yah’s teaching but mankind who the one invented it. OBSERVANT is the correct place for James 1:26-26. To understand what kind of OBSERVANT YHUH accept is the kind of person who follow and guard YHUH's laws (his way of life). By practices the good duties to our self and other, to love thy neighborhood, caring one another and helping one another the good moral way. To ensure one another to stay pure and faultless from polluted of the worldly way.


 

“Therefore, brothers, since we have confidence to enter the Most Holy Place by the blood of Messiah, by a new and living way opened for us through the curtain, that is, his body, and since we have a great priest over the house of Almighty, let us draw near to Almighty with a sincere heart in full assurance of faith, having our hearts sprinkled to cleanse us from a guilty conscience and having our bodies washed with pure water. Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful. And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds. Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching” Hebrews 10:19-25.

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