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Fields White unto Harvest

  Fields White unto Harvest I've begun a new project dedicated to topically arranging the words of Jesus. In reading John 4:34-38, which is placed well before the twelve apostles are chosen, and before anyone is sent by Christ to preach, in the chronologies I've found,[1] it struck me that Jesus is speaking of God's work in the earth and what he was sent to do. Jesus says, "I have meat to eat that ye know not of. My meat is to do the will of him that sent me, and to finish his work." He then goes on to explain the concept of reaping and sowing and mentions how the fields are white unto harvest. He says, "And he that repeath receiveth wages, and gathereth fruit unto life eternal: that both he that soweth [the Father] and he that repeath [the Son] may rejoice together." Next, he explains a saying: "One soweth, and another repeath." The next part is key, I think, for understanding what Jesus is saying: "I sent you to reap that whereon ye be

Pride Month 2022

Pride Month 2022 The abominations... Well, it’s “pride month.” The Christian’s are going to do a lot of stone throwing. If you know me, I try and play fair. So, the wicked sins of homosexuality and transvestism aside, here are but a few other things that are considered abominable by Yahweh, the one true God: The prayer of one who turns his ear away from hearing the law.[1] Those who eat swine’s flesh, mice, and other abominable things.[2] Everyone that is proud in heart.[3] Worshipping other gods.[4] Now allow me to investigate. Dear Christian, do you and your pastor enjoy bacon because of the false teaching that the law is done away with? If so, you’re hearkening unto a false prophet[5] and your very prayers are abominable to Yah. Do you worship a pagan deity called the Holy Trinity? Thats idolatry. Abominable. If you're scoffing at this, you’re proud in heart. Abominable!  Conclusion My advice: let‘s all , “gay and straight,” forsake the ways of death and abomination and purify o

The Fringes

The Fringes Many are confused, shocked, and wary when they learn I’m more and more “Torah observant,” especially if I encounter fellow “Anabaptists.” Most, including “Anabaptists,” have adopted a centuries-old interpretation of the Scriptures that makes most, if not all, of Torah (“the law”) obsolete. “We’re under a new ‘dispensation’,” or, “We’re not under the ‘old covenant’” are the common responses I hear. But this just isn’t true. Let’s consider a couple of passages (of many) that illustrates the importance of God’s law. ALEPH. Blessed are the undefiled in the way, who walk in the law of the YWHW. Blessed are they that keep his testimonies, and that seek him with the whole heart. They also do no iniquity: they walk in his ways. Thou hast commanded us to keep thy precepts diligently. [1] If we expect God’s blessings, we do well to walk in the law of Yahweh. The Psalmist reveals what we all know: “Thou hast commanded us to keep they precepts diligently.” But the modern refrain is, “I