Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Rejecting Y'shua is blaspheming the Holy Spirit!

I recently saw this comment written on one of the blogs at Truth2U radio:
“Thank you for helping to bring me out of the darkness, out of the lies and out of the bondage! I used to think I would die for Christ…. No, I would not, I will live for the L-rd G-d that is in Heaven……”
It’s very disheartening to see so many people all of a sudden, rejecting Y’shua!  This truly must be part of that “falling away” the Scriptures warn us of!  I honestly believe those do dare to do that are guilty of blaspheming the Ruach haKodesh (Holy Spirit), which is the only “unforgivable sin.”

After all, it is the Ruach who guides us once we have accepted the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.  And by suddenly deciding that Y’shua and the “New Testament” are myths after having been a Christian and/or Messianic believer all your life, aren’t you telling YHWH His Ruach was wrong?

Matthew 12: 30. Whoever is not with me is against me, and whoever did not gather with me, scatters. 31. Because of this I say to you that all sins and blasphemies will be forgiven to the sons of men, but blasphemy that is against the Spirit will not be forgiven to the sons of men. 32. And anyone who says a word against the Son of man, he will be forgiven, But anyone who will speak against the Ruach haKodesh, he will not be forgiven - not in this world or in the world that is to come. (Aramaic English New Testament)

Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is an eternal sin, because if one rejects the evidence provided by the Holy Spirit and ascribes it to God's enemy haSatan, he rejects the only evidence upon which faith can be based.

YHWH is the One True Universal Authority Who chose to be represented by His Mashiyach. But man wars against Yeshua and one another to establish his own authority. Dividing and scattering, fallen man inadvertently follows the pattern of haSatan, the Adversary.  (For more, please see our article on “blaspheming the Holy Spirit.")

16 comments:

  1. Amein! I love your blog.

    YHWH/Yeshua: One Salvation

    Isaiah 11 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
    11 But a branch will emerge from the trunk of Yishai,
    a shoot will grow from his roots.
    2 The Spirit of Adonai will rest on him,
    the Spirit of wisdom and understanding,
    the Spirit of counsel and power,
    the Spirit of knowledge and fearing Adonai —
    3 he will be inspired by fearing Adonai.
    He will not judge by what his eyes see
    or decide by what his ears hear,
    4 but he will judge the impoverished justly;
    he will decide fairly for the humble of the land.
    He will strike the land with a rod from his mouth
    and slay the wicked with a breath from his lips.
    5 Justice will be the belt around his waist,
    faithfulness the sash around his hips.

    I still love your article: http://www.therefinersfire.org/son_of_man.htm

    Isaiah 9:6 tells us that one of the names of Mashiyach is "the Everlasting Father," who is obviously YHWH Himself. Then Isaiah 11:1-2 tells us that Mashiyach as the Root of Jesse will have the Spirit of YHWH rest inside him! Incidentally, the Spirit of YHWH and the Ruach haKodesh are also one and the same, as evidenced by Psalm 51:1-11 and Isaiah 63:1-11.

    On Isaiah 11:1-2 tells us that Mashiyach as the Root of Jesse will have the Spirit (Ruach) of YHWH rest inside him!

    Yeshua haMashiyach: Matthew 1:21 NET
    She will give birth to a son and you will name him Yeshua [Jesus],*because he will save his people from their sins.”

    Yeshua (Jesus) sn The Greek form of the name Iēsous, which was translated into Latin as Jesus, is the same as the Hebrew Yeshua (Joshua), which means “Yahweh saves” (Yahweh is typically rendered as “Lord” in the OT). It was a fairly common name among Jews in 1st century Palestine, as references to a number of people by this name in the LXX and Josephus indicate.

    Yeshua (Son): YHWH is Salvation (Yahweh saves)

    From Isaiah 11 still connect to Isaiah 12: Yeshua [salvation] mentioned 3 times on Isaiah 12 Chapter!

    Isaiah 12
    1 On that day you will say:
    “I thank you, Adonai,
    because, although you were angry at me,
    your anger is now turned away;
    and you are comforting me.
    2 “See! God is my salvation [Yeshua].
    I am confident and unafraid;
    for Yah Adonai is my strength and my song,
    and he has become my salvation [Yeshua]!”
    3 Then you will joyfully draw water
    from the springs of salvation [Yeshua].
    4 On that day you will say,
    “Give thanks to Adonai! Call on his name!
    Make his deeds known among the peoples,
    declare how exalted is his name.
    5 Sing to Adonai, for he has triumphed —
    this is being made known throughout the earth.
    6 Shout and sing for joy,
    you who live in Tziyon;
    for the Holy One of Isra’el
    is with you in his greatness!”

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    1. Tamra, you absolutely amazing in your knowledge of Scripture! Thank you, sis, for another awesome post! AMEIN to everything you wrote!

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    2. Very Cool Tamra :)

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  2. I think that people cannot imagine themselves dying for Christ because they cannot imagine themselves dying or even devoting their life to another person, even GOD.

    When you willing sacrifice or eve devote your life to another person in LOVE this is an echo of God's gift to us. Christ died for us in love, created us in love. God is the true manifestation of love - this is the mystery of love. Love gives without question because love fills us with hope.

    People are afraid to die for Christ because they think death is an ending and thus there is no return. But if you believe Christ will give you a new life why should you be afraid to die??? Death is a transformation. That is why there can be both spiritual deaths - shedding away the old us, old mentalities, sins, etc. - and a literal death of the body.

    People are selfish. They do not live in love and do not worship God with love or the knowledge of love. They are stuck in the worldly view that God is some sort of whip snapper dude on his gangsta cloud throwing lightning bolts at us. That's not God.

    And Christ is not the dolt 'Jeezus' figure modern society has stigmatized Him to be. He gave His life for us - why should it be so hard for us to give our lives, too? Maybe Christ asks not for a literal death many times but a spiritual sacrifice - one that might be even harder because it requires us to give of ourselves completely...

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  3. Matthew 24:10 "10 At that time many will be trapped into betraying and hating each other, 11 many false prophets will appear and fool many people; 12 and many people’s love will grow cold because of increased distance from Torah. 13 But whoever holds out till the end will be delivered. 14 And this Good News about the Kingdom will be announced throughout the whole world as a witness to all the Goyim. It is then that the end will come."

    Hang tight guys, Y'shua is coming soon and He will give justice to all souls. Let's include those souls who are "falling away" from Him in our prayers.

    Shalom!

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  4. Christopher SadounJanuary 15, 2015 at 3:43 PM

    There was the First Aion Age when Jesus was walking the Earth and arguing with the Pharisees, which corresponds to when Jesus said “This age” (Bible, New Testament, Matthew 12:31-32)
    There was the Second Aion Age when Jesus was dead in the tomb, which corresponds to when Jesus said “the age to come” (Bible, New Testament, Matthew 12:31-32)
    There is a the Third Aion Age when Jesus was resurrected alive again and also is the Age when Blasphemy Against the Holy Spirit is forgiven and is also the age that we are in now. This age goes on for eternity.

    Thus ALL GO TO HEAVEN and nothing changed about grace.
    Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is the term word for unbelief.
    ALL GO TO HEAVEN BECAUSE unbelief is forgiven.

    A Time in the Life of Jesus is an Age because Jesus is God and is that important.

    “Anyone who speaks a word against the Son of Man will be forgiven, but anyone who speaks against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven, either in this age or in the age to come. ” (Bible, New Testament, Matthew 12:32)

    Matthew 12:32 is when Jesus canceled the Old Code of the law found in Matthew 12:31.

    “And so I tell you, every kind of sin and slander can be forgiven, but blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven.” (Bible, New Testament, Matthew 12:31)

    “Anyone who speaks a word against the Son of Man will be forgiven, but anyone who speaks against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven, either in this age or in the age to come. ” (Bible, New Testament, Matthew 12:32)

    In the Third age blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is forgiven along with all sins.

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  5. LOL, Christopher! You are definitely "out there" brother! You are hangin' with the wrong crowd if you think you know the Bible!

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  7. Joel, we started to respond to all your allegations and your newly-found "proof" that Y'shua and the NT are myths...but then decided we're not lowering ourselves to argue with someone who accuses us of being "dishonest" and outright "lying" concerning our beliefs. We know from experience that, no matter WHAT proof we present, people like you will not listen. So...you just keep believing whatever you want, but we ask that you leave us alone. We've got nothing to say to you! You're not looking to discuss; you're looking to BASH, and we won't have it.

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  8. why do we need the holy spirit when we have the written word and what are we saved from

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    1. How can we understand the Word if we don't have the Holy Spirit within?

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  9. the word is written so that it is eazy to understand that's why it is written down so no one has to search for it

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    1. http://www.therefinersfire.org/explaining_holy_spirit.htm

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  10. nothing in that link that said that we need the holy spirit to understand the written word. It clearly says in the ot that it is not to hard for and we should do it

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  11. John, my reply for you on this was too long to post here, so I have answered you in a new blog post:

    http://blog.therefinersfire.org/2015/02/more-on-rejecting-yshua-is-blaspheming.html

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