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Nothing but the righteous will prevail in God\’s Kingdom

May 6, 2009


WHAT SHALL I RENDER UNTO THE LORD FOR ALL HIS BENEFITS TOWARD ME? Search the scriptures (Psalm 116:12; Habakkuk 2:4 and II Chronicles 32:25).

The benefits of God’s Kingdom are that the blind would see, the deaf would hear, the lame would hear, the tongues, and the impaired handicaps would demise (Isaiah 35:6 and Revelations 21:3-4).

You cannot afford to move backwards. Did you just receive a silly and foolish e-mail stating that you have denounced God? Or does someone think that your faith, your religion or identity is not to par with their beliefs and that you will bust hell wide open, that none are righteous. I did. Let me explain several reasons why you are lie and the truth is not in you. The enemy will say anything that will impede you from moving forward with the righteousness of God. Nevertheless, it is better to seek a stable sanctuary home is what you desire, then keep your contacts and relationships intact, don’t be like me an escape goat for several years – loyal to a congregation. You may be too old to make new acquaintances or engage in new friends, the chances of that happening after the age of 16 years old?

I say prepare me the way of the Lord, through the wilderness. I agree that no matter what your color or nationality that it seems that people of Gaelic ancestry may not have an opportunity to share our story of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ taught from the Torah and he is so much more than a messenger, a divine prophet or a Messiah, Jesus is Lord. He fulfilled each and every scripture of the Son of Man (Deuteronomy 18:18). Jesus is perfect, holy from the righteous branch of King David, of the House of David – to ever walk this earth (Psalm 30:1-5; Psalm 46:9 and Psalm 72:7).

Holiness is an integral part of the faith walk in your life. Holiness is only valid if you put on your faith and put it into action (Leviticus 20:7 and Leviticus 21:8). Your faith is as unique as your DNA; the holiness in your life and the members in your body bear witness to your acts, behavior and conduct of transgression and iniquity. Then I think you should know that your righteousness is worthy of a regal greeting at the gates of the tabernacle/sanctuary. I thought it was a bit of an overstatement to say that you should know that your righteousness is worthy of a regal greeting at the gates of the tabernacle/sanctuary. I thought it was bit of n overstatement to say that you should sit in the sanctuary that represents your doctrine. True, is the scripture that the tongue is unruly evil (James 4:8; Psalm 140:3; and I Timothy 4:16).

The Epistle John, wrote that if ours condemns us not; then we have confidence toward God (I John 3:21). The Epistle of John goes on to say that you are righteous (I John 3:6-9) your sin has to end, and the only way it can end is abiding in the word and let the word abide in you. If you don’t want to read the word, then I encourage you to get to know Jesus Christ, who descended from the female descendant of Aarons’ Sons, Zadok (Psalm 110:1 and 4 and Psalm 118, Psalm 95:11, Hebrews 4:3 and Luke 6:5). Jesus is the embodiment of the word of God. Even Jesus Christ had to justify the doctrine that Jesus began to preach in Jerusalem and was lifted up: your sin must end, do not die in your sin; and the truth will set you free. Then Jesus said to those who viewed him as the Son of Man, the Son of God, or a little lower than the angels, said that, “If the Son shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.” The Angels, said that “If the Son shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed” (Psalm 2:7; Matthew 17:13-19; Matthew 3:17; Matthew 12:8 and John 8:33-36). The people who did not seek to kill Jesus; are no different than the people who seek to dismiss his doctrine or the ability extend righteousness; this is the kind of faith that you can be adopted into (Romans 4:17 and Genesis 17:5). The people in those days of Jesus of Nazareth were required to be in abeyance to Jesus because they were required to be in abeyance to Jesus because they sought Him, Jesus the Christ. I am not telling you not to seek Jesus, just be careful of the false prophets and those that seek to pervert the name of the righteous. The gates are a good way to determine who seeks the truth through Jesus; your free will offering is to worship in truth and in spirit. Jesus said that he was the Messenger, the Messiah and the Lord who David prophesied about as a descendant (Luke 20:41-44 and John 4:19-26). Jesus was also known as the Son of God to his disciples (Numbers 23:19; Ezekiel 24:14; I Samuel 15:29). The righteous must overcome their iniquity i.e., wickedness cannot be a snare or a stumbling block. Therefore, we pray that our righteousness is remembered by God, so that we can enter into the kingdom of heaven, God’s Kingdom (Matthew 5:10; Matthew 6:33 and Psalm 37:25). I plead you to value your righteousness that is from God above, and to guard your righteousness against affliction, persecution, wickedness, rebellion, iniquity, sin. If you don’t guard your righteousness then you will die in sin. On the other hand, if you do guard your righteousness then you will die to sin. Jesus said that if you received him that you received the person who sent him, God (Mark 9:37 and Matthew 10:40). God has equipped us with righteousness that will prevail. You need the righteousness of God to enter into his Kingdom, or you will perish and miss out on your opportunity for the promise of everlasting covenant with the Eternal One (Psalm 1:8). When we chose to share and learn and teach or choose to give an offering to maintain our sanctuary we are guarding our righteousness so that nothing can prevail against our righteousness’ – and nothing can impede you from the entering the gates of heaven.

Faith comes by hearing and being obedient to God’s word. We do the word of God when we accept the perpetual statute (Exodus 29:9). Never let anyone tell you that you do not possess accurate knowledge. Always be ready and able to answer the hope that you will not die in your sin. The perpetual statute will prevail forever in God’s Kingdom (Numbers 18:7-8 and Numbers 18:5-8). Some may say that we are all sinners and no one is righteous and that our righteousness is like dirty sac-cloth, but I challenge you to put on a new clothing of God’s righteousness, anything is possible with God for His Kingdom, the power and the glory. We maintain the closeness to God through prayer that God’s kingdom is established quickly and that your generation will be established in God’s word, this is righteousness. God extended his righteousness to His people, and the people proved Him righteous, for a moment the people did not trade their righteousness in for the works of sin; and God established a covenant with his people and thus the beginning and the law of burnt sacrifices begins (Exodus 20:6, 19 – 24; Exodus 28:36; Exodus 40:31; Leviticus 6:14-18; 19-23, 25; and Leviticus 7:1, 7, 10, and 31, 32; Leviticus 8:22; Leviticus 9:21-24; Leviticus 11:44-47
; Leviticus 19:18, Matthew 22:39; Matthew 6:43-44; and Mark 12:29-30).

My greatest hope in reading this is not that you got and spread more rumors, but that you will know that your righteousness is from God, just like when Jesus sent out the seventy-two and met up with his twelve disciples. God knows who he wants together and he will gather them out of His Kingdom and then their righteousness will shine forth as the sun in the kingdom of their Father (Matthew 13:41-43; Matthew 9:6; Luke 10:17-20). I don’t want you to sin in a sanctuary that opposes your identity, or you would not be true to your fellowship with the entire congregation i.e. you should be free to express yourself during Yom Kippur or any other High Holiday that a congregation recognizes. Remember that Jesus Christ said the end of times would be that people would lay their hands on you to persecute you to deliver you up (Luke 21:12). If you do not adapt to a particular congregation, then I want you to be strong and continue to tell my story, our story, the coming of Yom Kippur, the most important reasons to be Holy. God is Holy, so you shall be Holy. Your holiness is from God and allows you to own your righteousness, which is from God that is above and not beneath us (Matthew 13:24-30, 41). Therefore, I want each and every one of you to be in a congregation that you don’t have to spend too much time. Your doctrine, an audience that listens to you and wants to hear what you say and you are eager to hear what they say about righteousness that prevails into God’s Kingdom. If we were to measure to the standards of Jesus Christ then this world would be lost and chaos (Psalm 2:7; II Samuel 7:14; Deuteronomy 15:15-22; Hebrews 1:4-5; Hebrews 2:5-8; Hebrews 5:5-6). I am not asking you to be with a congregation that allows you to have if your way. God’s Kingdom is not Burger King. Remember you have to plead to God that you desire mercy and not sacrifice (Psalm 51:14; Jeremiah 33:14-18).

Your holiness is you’re the light to the world. Your holiness is like measuring salt, it designates your value to God’s Kingdom (Ezekiel 37:19-28). Don’t waste foolish time in a congregation that does not want you. Have you ever been to a place where the doors of the church are not open or any other ecclesiastical, well this is what Jesus based his ministry, and defending his doctrine and no one, not even Barnabas took his place on the cross. The Disciples, namely Paul and Peter had the blue print for the church; it was to be equipped with a Bishopric office and the doors are open to all of God’s children, it ought to be… I know that God desires that you should live forever, he even extends his righteousness through his covenant as an everlasting perpetual statute (Jeremiah 31:31-37).

In closing, we know that all congregations are not open to all people. I have seen this on the last Saturday that I was at a congregation, and they were not partial to my kind. So there are certain people that are liked and some are preyed on, and you will never rise to the level of sharing your rich biblical heritage and that’s all we were created to do.

“The entire Jewish people are a single, perfect and whole.” – Zohar

“Every morning, before your prayers, commit yourself to love every other Jew as your own self – Then your prayers will be accepted and bear fruit. – Rabbi Isaac Luria, “The Ari.”

Do you hear what they say in the heavenly academy? “That to love your fellow means to love the completely wicked just as you love the completely righteous!” – Maggid Mezritch.

There are dozens of other greetings and trust that I will be posting them here.

God established you and me to be priest in the Kingdom that you could enter only if you prevail. If you would listen to God’s voice you can be established in God’s Kingdom, by prevailing in His righteousness (Exodus 19:6. God established the mandate of burnt sacrifices were established so that you and I could live forever in a place specifically chosen by God (Exodus 20:24; Deuteronomy 12:5; Deuteronomy 11:21; Deuteronomy 14:23 and Deuteronomy 4:40; Leviticus 19:37; Leviticus 20:7, 24; Leviticus 22:31).

The righteousness’ of God is extended through the Table of Commandment, this is so that you do not die and may have eternal life through the obedience of God’s word (Deuteronomy 5:27; Deuteronomy 18:16; Exodus 20:19 and Exodus 31:18).

The mandate of burnt sacrifices were established in Exodus 20:24; and the Israelites were required much like their forefather Abraham, because the sacrifices were to be offered on an altar built by the wisdom of God, every place that God blessed Abraham, this is where he built his altar. Thus we would be established forever as a kingdom of Priest (Exodus 19:6). Now you can build a sanctuary or testify or witness on behalf of God’s kingdom when you feel blessed, and hopefully in a sanctuary.

May God bless you with abundant peace. May your rivers be running waters of joy and righteousness’ in abundance like a wavy sea. May you preach like Jonas and bless the name of the Lord, at all times. May my Lord bring the Lord Jesus in a remembrance to bless us always (Isaiah 45:28 and II Chronicles 36:22, 23)

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