Christians REALLY NEED To Watch This: Rabbi Reveals Sobering Message From God! Feast Of Trumpets! (Zev Porat)

Christians REALLY NEED To Watch This: Rabbi Reveals Sobering Message From God! Feast Of Trumpets! (Zev Porat)

Rabbi Reveals Sobering Message From God! Feast Of Trumpets! (Zev Porat)

Gentiles really were not taught properly by the church leaders in America at all and we all need to be taught correctly. This is really important so  you understand why and what is coming in the New kingdom even. The church leaders have failed God miserably and they will be held accountable for this and for misleading their flock given to them. How many churches in America teach this? This is why people in America truly do not know The Word in its entirety or even have the right meaning of verses. I urge you to watch this because he explains so easily and you will not have trouble understanding it. Blessings and Shalom

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9 Replies to “Christians REALLY NEED To Watch This: Rabbi Reveals Sobering Message From God! Feast Of Trumpets! (Zev Porat)”

  1. This rabbi is a Judaizer who took one verse out of context and ignored others that clarify it. Christians are justified by faith in Christ and not by works of the Law. We are not commanded to keep ceremonial laws, only moral laws.

    “O foolish Galatians, who hath bewitched you, that ye should not obey the truth, before whose eyes Jesus Christ hath been evidently set forth, crucified among you? This only would I learn of you, Received ye the Spirit by the works of the law, or by the hearing of faith? Are ye so foolish? having begun in the Spirit, are ye now made perfect by the flesh? Have ye suffered so many things in vain? if it be yet in vain. He therefore that ministereth to you the Spirit, and worketh miracles among you, doeth he it by the works of the law, or by the hearing of faith? Even as Abraham believed God, and it was accounted to him for righteousness.” – Galatians 3:1-6

    “Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holyday, or of the new moon, or of the sabbath days: Which are a shadow of things to come; but the body is of Christ.” – Colossians 2:16-17

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    1. Mike, this man is NOT A JUDAIZER. He follows and walks as the Holy Spirit believer. You will be judged by your “DEEDS” will you not? Revelation 20:12-13 KJV And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God; and the books were opened: and another book was opened, which is the book of life: and the dead were judged out of those things which were written in the books, according to their works.
      13The sea gave up its dead, and Death and Hades gave up their dead, and each one was judged according to his deeds.…

      You are not understanding the context of Colossians 2:16-17. Maybe this will help you.

      Colossians 2:16-17

      For centuries, people have tried to use Colossians 2:16-17 to say that Christians are not required to observe the Sabbath and holy days. This distortion stems partly from a misunderstanding of Colossians 2:14, which many claim says that the law was abolished and nailed to the cross, and partly from having a carnal mind, which is enmity against God and His law (Romans 8:7). They reason that Paul is saying in verse 16, “Therefore [since the law is done away] don’t let anyone condemn you for eating unclean meats or not observing the Sabbath or holy days.” Consequently, they interpret verse 17 to mean that Paul dismisses the Sabbath and holy days as unimportant symbols of future events, while emphasizing that the only truly substantive Christian need is belief in Christ. From this, they conclude that we should not concern ourselves about these days because, since Christ died, their observance is not required. This is not true.

      The Colossians had been significantly influenced by pagan philosophies that taught that perfection could be achieved through self-denial and abstinence from pleasure. As a result, Colossae tended to be an ascetic community which adhered to a religion of severity, and its citizens thought anyone who was religious should behave as they did. Many of the people who had come into the Christian church in Colossae had brought their pagan philosophies with them, and they soon began to have an adverse influence on the entire congregation at Colossae. Paul corrects the people in the church who were doing this in Colossians 2:20-23. It appears some of the people had begun thinking that this self-imposed asceticism could somehow contribute to their salvation and had begun turning away from trusting in Christ. They had more faith in their unchristian works. Paul warns them about this in Colossians 2:8.

      God had called the people in the church at Colossae out of their pagan, ascetic way of life, and they had begun to learn how to enjoy life in a balanced manner as God intended. This included eating meat, drinking wine, and enjoying food and fellowship when observing God’s Sabbath and festivals.

      Because the converted Colossians were learning how to enjoy life as God intended, the people in the ascetic community began to look down on them and condemn them. In addressing these problems, Paul reminds the Colossians that they are complete in Jesus Christ; they have no need for the pagan philosophies of this world (Colossians 2:9-10).

      Paul explains in verse 16 why they need not be bothered by the attitude of the Colossian society toward their practices and way of life in the church. To paraphrase, “Do not worry about what the people in the community think about your enjoyment of eating good food, drinking wine, and joyously celebrating the Sabbath and the festivals. Christ has conquered the world and all of its rulers, so we do not need to be concerned about what the world thinks about us.”

      In verse 17, Paul mentions that the Sabbath and holy days are “shadows,” symbols or types, of future events in the plan of God. The Sabbath is a type of the Millennium when Jesus Christ and the saints will rule the world for a thousand years. The holy days symbolize various steps in the plan of God and remind us annually of God’s great purpose in creating mankind.

      A literal translation of the last few words of Colossians 2:17 reads, “but the body of Christ.” What is the body of Christ? I Corinthians 12:27 shows that the body of Christ is the church! The exact same Greek expression that is translated “body of Christ” in I Corinthians 12:27 (soma Christou) is used in Colossians 2:17. Paul tells the Colossians that they should not let any man judge them or call them into question about these things but rather let the church make those judgments. He is pointing the members to the example of the spiritual leaders of the church who set the tone and pattern of worship on the Sabbath and holy days, exhorting them not to worry about what anyone in the community thinks about them. A similar exhortation is given in Colossians 2:18-19.

      Far from doing away with the observance of the Sabbath and holy days, Colossians 2:16-17 is one of the strongest proofs that the early church kept these days and that Paul taught the Gentiles to keep them.

      Earl L. Henn (1934-1997)

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    2. Mike,
      We are commanded to obey all of God’s laws.
      John 14:15
      “If ye love me, keep my commandments.”
      (KJV)
      Matthew 5:17-19
      17. Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil.
      18. For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled.
      19. Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven: but whosoever shall do and teach them, the same shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven. (KJV)

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    3. brother mike….we can celebrate all ceremonial laws that is in the torah,they have not been abolished by Jesus…only fulfilled…but not by the way they do before(they have not been abolished by Jesus)…
      paul violated the teaching’s of christ.if that’s how, we interpret the writings of Paul,,,
      and who is paul to change the word of God?

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    4. Mike,
      Picture yourself on an airplane. The plan is about to crash and therefore you are headed for destruction. Someone tells you that you need to jump, but FIRST, put on a parachute as this parachute will save you. What do you do?
      You could put on the parachute and jump and still die. How? By not actually using the parachute. You say that you have faith in the parachute, but IF you do not use it, then it actually means you are trusting in your flesh to save you.

      The faith of Abraham was shown by raising a knife to sacrifice Isaac. Your faith in Jesus is shown by walking in his commandments.

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      1. “Now this is His command: that we believe in the name of His Son Jesus Christ, and love one another as He commanded us. The one who keeps His commands remains in Him, and He in him. And the way we know that He remains in us is from the Spirit He has given us.” – 1 John 3:23-24

        Yes, the one who knows Christ walks in his commands: Believe in Jesus Christ, love one another, and walk in the Holy Spirit.

        To answer Freddie above, it wasn’t only Paul who said we are not required to follow ceremonial laws, it was the others apostles and elders in Jerusalem:

        “From the apostles and the elders, your brothers, To the brothers among the Gentiles in Antioch, Syria, and Cilicia: Greetings. Because we have heard that some without our authorization went out from us and troubled you with their words and unsettled your hearts, we have unanimously decided to select men and send them to you along with our dearly loved Barnabas and Paul, who have risked their lives for the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. Therefore we have sent Judas and Silas, who will personally report the same things by word of mouth. For it was the Holy Spirit’s decision—and ours—to put no greater burden on you than these necessary things: that you abstain from food offered to idols, from blood, from eating anything that has been strangled, and from sexual immorality. You will do well if you keep yourselves from these things. Farewell.” – Acts 15:23-29

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        1. Mike,
          Like so many, you leave out the command to love God. That is the greatest command.

          You forgot this verse as well:

          But that we write unto them, that they abstain from pollutions of idols, and from fornication, and from things strangled, and from blood. 21For Moses of old time hath in every city them that preach him, being read in the synagogues every sabbath day.

          So according to James, Gentiles turning to Christ do not need to worry about murder, lying, or taking the name of God in vain or even witchcraft.

          You can’t take a strict view of what James said and then say Witchcraft is wrong and Gentiles should forsake it.

          Also, James made it clear, that Moses was read on Shabbot. The Gentiles would continue learning what God hates and what God likes as they continued in the word. The purpose of what James stated for Gentiles was the initial integration of Gentiles with the Jewish believers. That is all.

          All believers would learn to walk in faith and be lead of the Holy Spirit grounded by the Word.

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          1. Hello Matthew,

            I still think there is still some misunderstanding here. The letter from the apostles and elders in Acts 15 was written a response to this question:

            “But some of the believers from the party of the Pharisees stood up and said, ‘It is necessary to circumcise them and to command them to keep the law of Moses!'” – Acts 15:5

            The answer, effectively, was no. But does that mean Christians can do all the things you mentioned? No, by no means!

            “Nevertheless, God’s solid foundation stands firm, having this inscription: The Lord knows those who are His, and everyone who names the name of the Lord must turn away from unrighteousness.” – 2 Timothy 2:19

            Look, I love the Old Testament and probably read it more than the new. Isaiah is the book from which God has spoken to me most on a personal level. We look to the Law to understand the principals of God’s righteousness, but we listen to the Spirit for how and when to apply them. Do you understand the difference? One is a written letter and the other is a Person who lives inside of us and speaks in real time. “The letter kills, but the Spirit gives life.” Can we trust God enough to let his Spirit lead us in the moment? And I’m sorry, but the ceremonial aspects of the Law just don’t matter anymore, unless God instructs you to do this or that – by the Spirit. This is clear in the New Testament.

            When Abraham raised his hand to kill Isaac, he was obeying God but clearly breaking the law of Moses. Let that sink in for a minute. How much do you trust Him?

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          2. Mike,
            No one here that I am aware of will support ceremonial aspects of the ‘law’. You are mixing that in to muddy the waters of our discussion.

            You are the one that appealed to a strict reading of Acts 15. Since the discussion that was taking place in Acts was about justification, would you say those four things are required for salvation/justification? Meaning, even if the person believes in Jesus Christ, do they need to abstain from those four things in order to be saved? What is the purpose of James bringing those up?

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