Jesus is an anglicised form of the Greek name Iesous. The spelling of the name Jesus has been in use for less than 400 years. This can easily be seen in the fact that the original 1611 King James Version of the Bible (early printed books, not newer or online versions) spelled our Jewish Messiah`s name Iesous- not Jesus. Just like many other English translations of the Bible before 17th century. This English name Jesus remained uncommon until the 18th century.
I am a whole Bible follower of Yeshua (Jesus). I believe that all of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation, is for all people for all time. Regardless of people's nationality, ethnicity and race, age, sex or background, the whole Bible is for them. Yahweh our God has created all people and has made all rules for them, how to live here on earth.
A watered down gospel is no gospel at all. If the biblical gospel message is altered or refuted, it is just another gospel- and no gospel at all. Perhaps one of the all time greatest delusions in the Christian world, is the innumerable number of people who are under the impression that, in order to be forgiven their sins and inherit eternal life, all they have to do is believe Yeshua (Jesus) died for their sins on the cross.
All wrongdoing is sin but not all sin leads to death. These sins we can forgive. All sins against Yahweh our God leads to death. These sins popes, bishops, priests, preachers and so on CANNOT forgive or proclaim forgiven. For these sins Yeshua (Jesus) died for us.
The followers of Yeshua (Jesus) met as congregation every day in their homes- they literally lived their lives together. When they came together in their homes their corporate worship and sharing together was completely open and spontaneous with no one leading from the front. The early believers didn’t have anything that even approximated a church service. They understood each congregation to be an extended family unit. The idea of churches being institutions or organizations would have been totally alien to them.
We need the Torah !! I could keep on telling you these examples for hours- but I think I made my point. We need the Torah for our direction, instruction or teaching- meaning guidance and protection in our lives. It does not matter, what you think or feel. We need the Torah. If you like to do what ever you like, and the Torah is not written in your heart, ask youself: Am I saved ?? Or am I just a Christian pew warmer in a church ??
Why me ?? Was I worth every drop of Your Blood Yeshua (Jesus) ?? When I was jobless, divorced and homeless. Just another hobo living in the airport- picking up coins, empty bottles and cigarette ends. Why me ??