Who Is Accusing Ewe?

In a court of law, a government has a prosecutor that represents it’s laws/rules in a criminal trial. This individual is to strictly adhere to the established guidelines of those laws. There is very little leeway for the accuser/prosecutor to function under, this is where the phrase ‘the letter of the law’ comes from. The government’s representative is to insure the legal issues are upheld. It is not the duty of this person who represents the state to determine either guilt or innocence but to present the authorities case against the defendant. The one who stands for the Kingdom of Yah in a case cannot be an entity who is not part of the official regime/reign/system.

What are the laws of a government? In the Kingdom of Elohim these standards are commonly referred to by the following terms:

  • The Ten Words
  • Decalogue
  • Ten Commandments

These categories are simply like chapter headings under which the established standards are explained in detail. If we look at Sh’mot/Exodus chapters 21-23 we find more information concerning what each commandment requires us to know. We may also examine how D’varim/Deuteronomy chapters 5-8 admonishes us to approach the governance of the Kingdom. No authority is to ever use those rules to subjugate it’s citizens. The purpose of laws is to provide a framework for the welfare of the people under this system. This is why the governments on this earth each has its own sets of guidelines for their own people. When an individual enters another corporate domain they must now abide by that dominions regulations for its citizenry. Only under special circumstances do a small portion of a governments representatives receive immunity while in another nations borders. Usually those who are given immunity serve as ambassadors symbolizing the regime they represent.

Too many people have the perspective that government is a bad thing as they do not like to be under any authority but themselves. This type of individual is self-righteous which is defined as whatever “self” determines to be right … upon this premise democracy breeds anarchy. Rights and privileges must never undermine the community as a whole as this gives birth to inequality. Being equal is not the same as being identical, misunderstanding this premise is a major source of humanities problems today. Depriving a person of the opportunity to use their natural talents is unfortunately the common system in most countries today. The “plug-you-in” pattern used in business today does not care about a persons talent but what does the system need a person to do. Is it any wonder that people become burned out and disillusioned with they type of work they do as they are not doing what they are really designed to do.

We believe we have a designer and that entity owns everything, this includes human beings. This Being is the one that we refer to as the Father or Yah. He is the King over the Kingdom and this is an absolute monarchy. The difference between the Father and humanity is He is seeking our well being. He knows what is best for us because He is the planner or architect. Consider how stupid it would be for a person to create a blueprint for something yet not know how to make it function. As the one who establishes the pattern decides how that creation will operate, they are the judge of whether it is successful or not. Then the Lord God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden, that he might dress it, and keep it. And the Lord God commanded the man, saying, Thou shalt eat freely of every tree of the garden, But of the tree of knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it: for in the day that thou eatest thereof, thou shalt die the death. B’resheit/Genesis 2:15-17 (GNV) Yah does not want us to force a square peg into a round hole because He made some square and some round for a reason. Are we trying to fit where we were designed to fit or where we want to put ourselves or be placed by others.

The crime: When the woman saw that the fruit of the tree was good for food and pleasing to the eye, and also desirable for gaining wisdom, she took some and ate it. She also gave some to her husband, who was with her, and he ate it.
B’resheit 3:6 (NIV)

The trial: Then Adonai Elohim called to the man and He said to him, “Where are you?” Then he said, “Your sound—I heard it in the garden and I was afraid. Because I am naked, I hid myself.” Then He said, “Who told you that you are naked? Have you eaten from the Tree from which I commanded you not to eat?” Then the man said, “The woman whom You gave to be with me—she gave me of the Tree, and I ate.” Adonai Elohim said to the woman, “What did you do?” The woman said, “The serpent deceived me and I ate.” B’resheit 3:9-13 (TLV)

The verdict: And יהוה Elohim said to the serpent, “Because you have done this, you are cursed more than all livestock and more than every beast of the field. On your belly you are to go, and eat dust all the days of your life. And I put enmity between you and the woman, and between your seed and her Seed. He shall crush your head, and you shall crush His heel.” To the woman He said, “I greatly increase your sorrow and your conception – bring forth children in pain. And your desire is for your husband, and he does rule over you.” And to the man He said, “Because you have listened to the voice of your wife, and have eaten of the tree of which I commanded you, saying, ‘Do not eat of it’: “Cursed is the ground because of you, in toil you are to eat of it all the days of your life, and the ground shall bring forth thorns and thistles for you, and you shall eat the plants of the field. By the sweat of your face you are to eat bread until you return to the ground, for out of it you were taken. For dust you are, and to dust you return.” B’resheit 9:14 (ISR98)

The sentence: And YAHWEH Elohim said, Behold! The man has become as one of Us, to know good and evil. And now, lest he put forth his hand and also take from the Tree of Life, and eat, and live forever, YAHWEH Elohim sent him out of the Garden of Eden to till the ground out of which he was taken. And He drove the man out. And He lodged the cherubs at the east of the Garden of Eden, and the flaming sword whirling around to guard the way of the Tree of Life. B’resheit 3:22-24 (HRB)

Placing the incident in the garden of Eden in a legal court setting should give a better idea of what Yah is trying to explain to us. This crime committed in the garden was an act of treason against the government of the Eternal, as they had been given authority by Him to oversee the rest of creation. Their responsibility to perform these duties was set aside for selfish reasons. There are two witnesses in this trial and they are also the defendants. They are questioned by the prosecutor and their reply validates the guilty verdict. Why people do not recognize what happens in this scenario as a trial is puzzling to us. The finding of guilt requires a sentence involving a just penalty, this punishment is exile and loss of citizenship from the Kingdom of Yah.

Even with the sentence that is handed down to the guilty parties, the possibility of return is there. An animal, lamb, is killed to provide them a covering; so that they will not be naked anymore. This nakedness is brought on by the loss of innocence. One defiant act brought on chaos and disorder to which we still have to deal with today. Why was being naked suddenly different after they ate the fruit than before, is it because they began to lust after each other … rather than love each other; which involves respect?

Notice that the sentence of exile does not have the element of permanence attached to it. An assignment is given to the Kerubim/angel to guard the way to the Tree of Life, not to prevent access to it. However, reentry is only permitted to those who will abide by the Way of the Kingdom. Repentance means to turn away from something yet they do not go back to the garden … why? Lack of remorse is part of the problem and still is humanities problem to this day – “no one is the boss of me” mentality prevents us from returning to His Way. How many use the excuse that they are not under the law – but grace to justify their self-righteousness?

What shall we say then? Is the law sin? Certainly not! On the contrary, I would not have known sin except through the law. For I would not have known covetousness unless the law had said, “You shall not covet.” But sin, taking opportunity by the commandment, produced in me all manner of evil desire. For apart from the law sin was dead. I was alive once without the law, but when the commandment came, sin revived and I died. And the commandment, which was to bring life, I found to bring death. For sin, taking occasion by the commandment, deceived me, and by it killed me. Therefore the law is holy, and the commandment holy and just and good. Romans 7:7-12 (NKJV)

Far to many people use the defense “I am not under the law, therefore it does not apply to me”. The problem with this justification is the admission of guilt is contained in this very statement. Sha’ul/Paul clearly is explaining how the system of Kingdom government applies. Once a person states that the rules do not apply to them, they instantly do apply as, they know that there are rules to live by. In using the rejection defense one is immediately acknowledging that there is something to violate. Knowing that there are laws means that they do apply to us … because we are aware of them.

One cannot be ignorant of the law once they know there is a law. Once we know there is a requirement of conduct, we have to choose whether we are going to comply with that obligation or not. Non-compliance is nothing but disobedience to the Father. Look! For to Yahweh your God {belong} heaven and the {highest heavens}, the earth and all that [is] in it. Look! For to Yahweh your God {belong} heaven and the {highest heavens}, the earth and all that [is] in it. D’varim 10:14 (LEB) If heaven and earth belong to Yah then who gets to make the rules? Certain not the creation! We have noticed that many people, who say they believe in the Bible, have the idea that in the Kingdom or heaven there will be no rules any more. If this were true, why does the beginning (B’resheit) tell us about the elimination of chaos and the introduction of order? What is used to establish order, is that not rules?

Going back to the court room setting, the judge is obviously Yah, the defense attorney is Y’shua, so who is the prosecutor? Remember the accuser must represent the Kingdom government, not be opposed to it. Without laws, a defense attorney is not needed. A trial would not even be necessary if there were no authority to adhere to. A sinner is someone who has violated the established guidelines of the Kingdom. Is it not funny that many who go around claiming that people need to have their sins forgiven, continue to commit some of those same sins themselves? How many times has it been said by someone that another is a sinner, yet did not tell them what sin is? Is it because the very definition would require a self-admission of guilt? In other words, they would be testifying against their own actions … and no one wants to do that.

If there are no guidelines to live by then how come Y’shua tells us a warning for the last days? “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. On that day many will say to me, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and cast out demons in your name, and do many mighty works in your name?’ And then will I declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from me, you workers of lawlessness.’ Mattityahu/Matthew 7:21-23 (ESV) One cannot be lawless without knowing the law. Notice that they are coming to Y’shua and he is turning them away because of their disobedience. Their very proclamation, that he is their master is disputed by the Master himself. These individuals are being rejected by the one they seek to defend them at their trial. Knowing who the Master is, is not the same as obeying the Master.

Let not your heart be troubled: believe in God, and, believe in me. There are many mansions in the house of my Father: and if not, I would have told you; for I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go to prepare for you a place, I will come again and take you to myself; that where I am, there ye may be also. And whither I go, ye know; and the way ye know. Thomas said to him: Our Lord, we know not whither thou goest; and how can we know the way? Jesus said to him: I am the way, and truth, and life: no one cometh unto my Father, but by me. If ye had known me, ye would also have known my Father: and henceforth, ye know him, and have seen him. Philip said to him: Our Lord, show us the Father, and it will suffice for us. Jesus said to him: Have I been all this time with you, and hast thou not known me, Philip? He that seeth me, seeth the Father: and how sayest thou, Show us the Father? Believest thou not, that I am in my Father, and my Father in me? And the words which I speak, I speak not from myself: but my Father, who dwelleth in me, he doeth these works. Believe, that I am in my Father, and my Father in me. And if not, believe, at least, on account of the works. Verily, verily, I say to you: He that believeth in me, the works which I do, will he also do. And greater than these will he do, because I go unto my Father. And what ye shall ask in my name, I will do for you; that the Father may be glorified in his Son. And if ye shall ask of me, in my name, I will do [it]. If ye love me, keep my commands. And I will ask of my Father, and he will give you another Comforter, that he may be with you for ever, the Spirit of truth; whom the world cannot receive, because it seeth him not, and knoweth him not: but ye know him, because he abideth with you, and is in you. I shall not leave you orphans: for I shall come to you in a little while. And the world will not see me; but ye will see me. Because I live, ye will live also. In that day ye will know, that I am in my Father; and that ye are in me, and I in you. He, with whom are my commands, and who keepeth them, he it is that loveth me. And he that loveth me, will be loved by my Father: and I will love him, and will manifest myself to him. Judas, not Iscariot, said to him: My Lord, how is it that thou art to manifest thyself to us, and not to the world? Jesus answered, and said to him: He that loveth me, observeth my instruction; and my Father will love him, and we will come to him, and make our abode with him. But he that loveth me not, observeth not my instruction. And the instruction which ye hear, is not mine, but the Father’s who sent me. These things have I said to you, while I was with you. But the Comforter, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, he will teach you every thing, and will remind you of all that I say to you. Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. It is not as the world giveth, that I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, nor be afraid. Ye have heard what I said to you that I go away, and come [again] to you. If ye had loved me, ye would have rejoiced, that I go to my Father; for my Father is greater than I. And now, lo, I have told you, before it occurreth; so that when it shall have occurred, ye may believe. Hereafter I shall not converse much with you; for the ruler of this world cometh, and hath nothing in me. But that the world may know, that I love my Father, and as my Father commanded me, so I do. Arise; let us go hence. Yochanan/John 14:1-31 (Murdock)

For everyone, “whoever may call on the name of YAHWEH will be saved†.” How then may they call on One into whom they have not believed? And how may they believe One of whom they have not heard? And how may they hear without a preacher? And how may they preach if they are not sent? Even as it has been written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news of peace, of those preaching good things.” But not all obeyed the good news, for Isaiah says, “YAHWEH, who has believed our report?” Then faith comes by hearing, and hearing through the Word of Elohim. Romans 10:13-17 (HRB)

The three highlighted areas in the above passage from Sha’ul’s letter to the Romans are directly from the Tanakh/OT. It is the name represented by the letters YHVH/YHWH. Also Yesha’yahu/Isaiah states that he was delivering the Good News in his own time. How can the Good News/Gospel not be known until Y’shua arrived in the first century CE? Those who proclaim it does not come until Y’shua arrived are baring false witness against the Good News of the Kingdom. Readers of the B’rit Chadashah/NT that claim the gentiles have replaced Isra’el; do not know what the Covenant is. The first century writings were not what the talmidim/disciples and apostles were calling Scripture, it was the Tanakh that they are referring to. The books, called the New Testament, had not yet been written.

Now we will address who the prosecutor/accuser is and it will not be who many expect it to be. The word Satan is a neutral word, which must be defined by the context it is placed into. It merely means adversary or opponent. Two sports teams would be satans to each other. In the court room the defense attorney and the prosecutor are adversaries to each other, though they each are part of the Kingdom government system. Both are working to insure the law is abided by, in regard to the case they are dealing with. So … who is prosecutor? “But don’t think that it is I who will be your accuser before the Father. Do you know who will accuse you? Moshe, the very one you have counted on! For if you really believed Moshe, you would believe me; because it was about me that he wrote. But if you don’t believe what he wrote, how are you going to believe what I say?” Yochanan 5:45-47 (CJB)

Keep in mind the defense attorney cannot overturn the law but merely seeks a way for his client to be deemed innocent of the charges brought against them. Everyone in the courtroom must conduct themselves according to the same rules. The advantage the accused has is his attorney is willing to take his place when the sentence is delivered. Do you think there will not be potential clients that the defense attorney will reject? Depart from me … I never knew you. Would it not be horrible to have the defense turn us down as we are unrepentant for our crimes? What sentence will the judge have to give in our case? Something to think about, is it not?

Shalom Aleichem!

With the help of the Ruach HaKodesh, written by:
Rabbi Danny Palmer and Bernard Yosef Honigfort

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