Thursday, February 2, 2012

Pure Bride by Leeland

Such a beautiful song.....enjoy....;)

Scripture of the Day

In You, O יהוה, I have taken refuge; Let me never be ashamed.
In Your righteousness deliver and rescue me; Incline Your ear to me, and save me.
Be to me a rock to dwell in, To go into continually. You have given the command to save me, For You are my rock and my stronghold.

Tehillim 71:1-3

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Vain Traditions

At last! A tool for Messianics to freely distribute to those questioning the contradictions between the practised Christian traditions and the Commands found in the Word of YHWH. This book will be the definitive resource tool for those exploring the pagan roots of Christianity!


Ever since our initial realizations that the Christian religious traditions we had been practising nowhere resembled that of what the Messiah taught and practised, and that the large majority of the traditions were pagan in origin and assimilated into the true belief via Roman Catholicism, we had sought to expose them all in one format and although the internet is by-and-large the easiest way to do this and is easily editable, it is quite apparent that there are a large number of people who do not have computers and the like and this information really needed to be layed out in a book format for all to access.

Up until now there have been a couple of books that have partially exposed the vain traditions within Christianity, eg. Pagan Christianity by Frank Viola, Come Out of Her My People by Chris Koster but there is a desparate need to fill a gap with a clear, concise well illustrated and documented book backed by Scripture for Messianics worldwide to distribute to those with ears to hear...


It is our desire to make this book free to those who cannot afford and print and distribute entirely from donations of those who can afford. We know that material for believers CAN be printed and distributed freely in accordance with the Torah and that of the early assemblies (Acts 4:32).
"And the group of those who believed were of one heart and one being. And no one claimed that any of his possessions was his own, but they had all in common."

(Acts 4:32)
If you feel you have no need of this book yourself, please consider donating so those who are ignorant of this information can come out of darkness to light. Without the help of fellow Messianics these books cannot be printed. This book is to be a witness to the entire world for the lost tribes of Yisra'el - those wanting and seeking truth!

Help get this information into their hands...


The book is to be titled: 'VAIN TRADITIONS' and will cover most topics including:

- The Name of YHWH and the Messiah,

- The Sabbath,

- The Torah/Laws,

- Holidays vs. YHWH's Appointed Times,

- Pagan Romanism and sun worship and

- Most of the invented doctrines held by Christians.

As you can see from the cover artwork, work has already been begun on this project and therefore we are calling for donations now so that it can go straight to print as soon as the work is complete.

Be assured that every penny donated to this project will be spent solely on printing and shipping...

Get in behind this imortant project to provide a resource for all those questioning the vain traditions within their belief system.

The greatest resource to a believer is the SCRIPTURES themselves, but many Christians have been raised with a biased mindset and there is also a large amount of history to be uncovered that sheds light on Christian tradition.

It is our goal to fill this book with many topics exposing the vain traditions of Christianity using a large proportion of Scripture... There is only ONE TRUTH - "Thy Word is Truth!" (John 17:17)

Rainy Day Thoughts

Not that I speak concerning need, for I have learned to be content in whatever state I am.
Philippians 4:11

What a wet and muggy day out this am. I am not as delighted to have the rain this winter as there are too many outdoor projects that need finishing here on the farm. It was a bit tougher to get my son up this am with it pouring rain. It certainly puts a "damper" on things.

As for a few things I am thankful for today:

1. Clean clothes - Yesterday was such a beautiful day (65*) that my daughter washed clothes outside. All of the small children ran over to help her. They all wanted to "plunge" the clothes. It certainly was fun for them and a big help for her.

2. Wood heat -  I grew up using wood burning heater and said I'd never use one as an adult. Wow! As I look back and see the wisdom that my dad had by using wood to heat the house, I'm certainly eating my words. 

3. Dry clothes - After washing clothes yesterday, we hung them across the porch rails. However, expecting rain, we moved them inside to finish drying. The problem is that I don't have a clothes rack to hang clothes on. So I made a "make shift" clothes dryer by placing 4 long 2x2 boards across the back of 2 chairs and placed it right in front of the heater. It worked like a dream and all clothes were dry this am. 

4. My husband - My husband is the most wonderful man I know. After working his shift at work, he comes home and works another shift at the farm. That leaves him about 4 hours of sleep each day and often less than that (like last night.) I am very thankful for my dear husband.

5. Contentment - I'm so thankful that Yahweh has given me a content heart. It makes it easier to handle inconvenient having to flip pancakes with a spoon, having to walk a 1/4 mile in the rain because the vehicle is on the other side of the farm, having a dead battery on EVERYTHING because the generator was out of gas, brushing your teeth with a hosepipe...I could go on and on, but I won't. Again, I'm thankful to be content in whatever situation I find myself in. Thank you, Yah! 

6. Lastly....MUCK BOOTS!