The Covenant: The Promise To Avraham

So then belief comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of Elohim.
Romans 10:17 (ISR98)

“He who is of Elohim hears the Words of Elohim, therefore you do not hear because you are not of Elohim.”
Yochanan 8:47 (ISR98)

“For from ancient generations Mosheh has, in every city, those proclaiming him – being read in the congregations every Shabbat.”
Acts 15:21 (ISR98)

If you are not hearing Moshe every Shabbat, then you do not know the Words of Elohim.

“For if you believed Mosheh, you would have believed Me, since he wrote about Me.
But if you do not believe his writings, how shall you believe My words?”
Yochanan 5:46,47 (ISR98)

Those who do not believe Moshe, do not believe Y’shua.

[Warning: This teaching is graphic when speaking about pagan feasts.] If Avraham’s seed is not a blessing, then what is the hope? Is it because no one is expecting or allowing that seed to be a blessing? Therefore are you a blessing or a curse? It is your choice. The promise to Avraham is a land. The faith of Avraham is expecting that promise to be fulfilled. This is the inheritance of the descendants or heirs of that promise. Anything that denies this is a lie. This is the Good News, none of the rest of it can happen unless this is first fulfilled.

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