Brilliant thank you. Great clarity. The so called Hebrew Israelites remind me of a child who realises the gift that was claimed by others, actually belonged to him. The child went around proudly announcing, that the gift is his to anyone and everyone. He takes the gift but does not open it and learn how to properly use it by following the instructions laid out by the creator. Instead he is proudly holding it and admiring the wrapping paper, and shouting, "see I told you, I told you." Childish.
Good point right from the start concerning the different between the gentiles and the Israelites.
You error in not believing the virgin birth. Yes the Messiah is man and it did not take the seed of man/sperm to make him a man, it only took the Holy Spirit making the divine conception possible. Do not say what the Spirit of Elohiym cannot do. Look at Adam. Not from the seed of man/ neither born of a woman, yet 100% Man! The second Adam is likewise except he has all glory of Elohiym in him the fullness of the God-head. The truth is there is a mystery to the God-head according to scripture because now see through the glass dimly. The conviction I've been given is to not try and replace the mystery with error. This is where the doors of grace open to lead us to knowledge. Shalom!
The Hebrews keep the commandments, which is obedience, but lack faith in messiah, which is unbelief. Habakkuk ch 2 ver 4 "the just shall live by his faith."
The Gentiles and stranger have faith in the messiah, but don't keep the commandments, so they aren't obedient, therfore they're lawless. Isaiah ch 42 ver 21 "Yahuah is well pleased for his righteousness' sake; he will magnify the law, and make it honourable."
But those who keep the commandments of Yahuah and faith in Yahusha, will enter into the kingdom. Revelation ch 14 ver 12-20 "Here is the patience of the saints here are they that keep the commandments of Yahuah, and the faith of Yahusha."
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