W E L C O M E !
Discover what the Father is doing in these last days to
regather His people Yisrayl from all the nations of
the earth, to bring them together as one flock
If you are a Christian -
Whether you are part of a Protestant denomination or a part of the Roman
Catholic Church, this website is to encourage you to take a closer look
at what the Scripture truly says about Yisrayl.
And what it means for you today.
Have you ever taken time
To reflect on where you fit into
The Father’s Scriptural plan for His people?
W H O I S Y I S R A Y L ?
Is Yisrayl just a country over in the Middle East?
Is it comprised of those who call themselves Jews?
How does this relate to your spiritual walk with the Creator, regardless of
your perspectives or church denomination?
THIS WEBSITE IS TO CHALLENGE YOU TO DIG A LITTLE DEEPER
What did the Savior teach?
What does, as many people refer to as
'The Old Testament' proclaim about Him?
What was the original faith of the Apostles and what did they preach?
How did the early believers in the book of Acts truly live, and what
did they believe?
"But YHWH has taken you and brought you out of the iron furnace, out of Mitsrayim [Egypt] , to be His people, an inheritance, as it is today...Guard yourselves, lest you forget the covenant of YHWH your Mighty One which He made with you...when you bring forth children and grandchildren, and shall grow old in the land...And YHWH shall scatter you among the peoples, and you shall be left few in number among the gentiles where YHWH drives you. And there you shall serve mighty ones [other gods/demons] ....
But from there you shall seek YHWH your Mighty One, and shall find, when you search for Him with all your heart and with all your being,. In your distress, when all these words shall come upon you in the latter days, then you shall return to YHWH your Mighty One and shall obey His voice." Deuteronomy 4:20,23,25,27-30
"'For I know the plans I am planning for you,' declares YHWH, 'plans of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and an expectancy. 'Then you shall call on Me, and shall come and pray to Me, and I shall listen to you. And you shall seek Me, and shall find Me, when you search for me with all your heart. And I shall be found by you' declares YHWH, 'and I shall turn back your captivity and shall gather you from all the gentiles and from all the places where I have driven you, declares YHWH. And I shall bring you back to the place from which I have exiled you' " Jeremiah 29:11-14
WHAT DO THESE VERSES MEAN?
WHO IS YHWH SPEAKING TO?
A L i t t le H i s t o r y
Briefly explaining, history records that after the death of King Solomon in 931 BC, the Reign of Israel (or Yisrayl) split into two. The northern ten tribes maintained the name “House of Yisrayl”, and the southern tribes of Judah (Yehudah) - and Benjamin, along with part of Levi - became known as “the House of Yehudah" and its people known as Yehudim. 2 Kings 16:5-6. The 10 Tribes of the House of Yisrayl were then scattered as sheep throughout all the earth after about 722 BC, when they were taken captive by the Assyrians.
To read in greater depth about the history of Israel, please go to this page:
In these last days however,
The Father is re gathering His people, not just the House of
Judah, but all the 10 tribes of the House of Israel,
from where they have been scattered throughout the gentile
nations, to become one people again.
We say the Hebrew word Yehudah which is Judah in English. Yisrayl is also many times referred to as Ephrayim)
The Words of Yahushua (many know Him by the name Jesus) in John 10:16: "And other sheep I have which are not of this fold - I have to bring them as well, and they shall hear My voice, and there shall be one flock, one Shepherd. Matthew 15:24: "And He answering, said, 'I was not sent except to the lost sheep of the house of Yisrayl."
Which two groups was Yahushua talking to?
WHO ARE THE LOST SHEEP OF THE HOUSE OF YISRAYL?
We invite you to watch this video below
This is what we are going to be exploring on this website, so we invite you to join us!
Just take time now, for a few moments to consider why you believe and hold to the perspectives that you do. For most of us, it goes back to some of what we were taught as children and on into our early adulthood. We must admit, that through the many influences of our life…our parents, siblings, friends, certain teachers we have had, books we have read, and even through what we have personally experienced in day to day life through the years – all of these things has in one measure or another, molded how we view the world around us, and what we deem to be “the truth”. In the area of your faith, ponder for several minutes on who and what has influenced you most, and why.
The longer you have held to a certain teaching to be truth, the harder it may be to let go of it. It can be compared to our home. If we have resided within a house for a long period of time, it is “home” to you. Within its walls is where you feel secure. You have it set up just the way you like it, with all your possessions in the places that you have chosen. You are comfortable, and the more years that you live there, the more attached and secure you most likely will feel – because it is home.
But what if one day, someone entered through the doors, and told you that they were coming
in to do some “renovating” ? A few minutes later, a work crew showed up, and began to
re arrange the furniture, remove several items which they said should not be there, and
then even to knock down walls and change the entire structure of your home! How would
you be feeling? A little upset, to say the least?
This is true many times with what we believe to be truth. If we have held something as
truth for many years, and grown our roots there, it will be as “home”, the place where
we feel spiritually secure and protected. But just because it is something familiar to you,
and what you have believed for a long time, or even seems “right” because it makes
sense, does that make it truth according to the Scriptures?
We have all made more assumptions in life than anyone likes to acknowledge. And at times we have a tendency to assume that whatever is widespread and familiar, is also probably true. We don't always take the time to seriously check out the information we have been taught.
On this site, we will be sharing a lot of information that perhaps you have never heard about before. It may be unfamiliar to you. It could be termed as “the other side of the story” that has been suppressed or ignored by mainstream Christianity. Some things could be completely contrary to what you have been taught thus far in your spiritual journey, and what you thought was right.
If you are willing to take some quality time to search this out, and take an honest look into what the Scripture teaches on these issues, then please read on. If not, then we recommend you read no further, because only those who are willing to let go of the teachings of man (building your house on sand) and make His Word your final authority, will have their house built on a solid foundation which cannot be shaken in these last days.
In light of this, now let us go on to Part 2 to examine a few of the teachings within Christianity and how they compare with what the early believers practiced and believed: