“I Will Do a New Thing,” Saith Yahweh

Yahweh is crying out to us through the lips and pen of His prophet Isaiah. “Behold, I will do a new thing” in the earth for the last days (43: 19).

A new thing? If you take a stroll through the myriad denominational churches including the Catholic church, where is this new thing to be found? Nothing much has changed. The services are about the same as they were 50-15o  years ago. In fact, you can almost predict the invitational hymn at the end of a service by pulling upon your childhood memories of that same old sermon. It’s about the same.

Instead of the Holy Spirit leading us into more truth, the message heard in the churches remains about the same. Each sermon is projected through the grid of their particular denomination’s assumptions, traditions, and interpretations. Therefore, scripture passages are squeezed through their preconceived ideas of what the Bible is about. Furthermore, verses plop like cookie dough onto a baking pan, and they are served up half baked–devoid of nourishment as to the real story that the prophets and apostles taught and diligently wrote about. Sadly, most preachers and laity do not know that this is happening.

The Warning to You and Me

While all of the denominations are singing the same old song about Christ, all of the prophets and apostles in the Bible are warning us about false teachers in the so-called Christian camp.

Beware of them, they all caution us. Have you ever noticed that it is not Vishnu or Zeus or Osiris or Venus or the Sun-god or Buddha that they warn us about? It is always the “false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ.” These false ministers of Christ are the ones we are warned of.

The false gods of the other religions don’t deceive anybody in our era. So “Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteousness” (II Cor. 11: 13-15).  We see here that Satan comes on as a messenger of the light and that he has ministers, and he deceives people by having his ministers preach things about Christ. Question: Who are these people teaching the “broad way that leads to destruction”?

Christ Himself warned us about these false ministers that preach about Him. “Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.” Sheep’s clothing. They will look and sound just like the sheep of God’s pasture, but “inwardly,” their heart is far from Him (Matt. 7: 15).

A sincere seeker of truth will ask, How can we tell the difference between the true minister of Christ and the false? And Christ Himself answers, “You shall know them by their fruits…A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit” (7: 16-18).

We should not pass over this lightly. The true ministers of righteousness will teach that a good tree (a child of God) not only does not bring forth evil fruit (sin) but cannot bring forth evil fruit.   They will invariably teach that Christ may forgive you of your sins when you commit them, but you will always remain a sinner in your earthly walk.

He did not teach that; He said that “a good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit,” and “whosoever sins has not seen Him, neither known Him,” and [this one is very hard to take] “He that commits sin is of the devil…whosoever is born of God does not commit sin, for His seed remains in him, and he cannot sin because he is born of God” (I John 3: 6, 8-9). In a word, these ministers are not “doing a new thing” in Christianity.

So What Is the “New Thing” and When Will God Do It?

God will do His “new thing” after we get it right, after we purge out of our hearts and minds the false doctrines and concepts. Hence, all of the warnings about false teachers and prophets.

First we must take into our hearts that the great Spirit Father Yahweh dwelt in the Son Yahshua (spoken of as Jesus Christ in the English speaking world), and that Yahweh is the Savior, walking around in the Son (Isa. 43: 11; 45: 5, 21; Hos. 13: 4). “There is no savior besides Me,” says the LORD (Yahweh). Paul explains, “God was in Christ reconciling the world unto Himself. Yahweh is the Redeemer (Isa. 43: 14). We simply must see and then receive into our hearts this revelation before He will do the new thing.

In fact, this revelation is part of the new thing that God is doing in the earth. He says that He is bringing down the old power structure of man. “They shall lie down together; they shall not rise; they are extinct” (43: 17). In fact, He is saying, Don’t remember these things, these “former things,” and do not “consider the things of old. Behold I will do a new thing” (v. 18-19).

And that new thing will be the pouring forth like a spring the “rivers of living water”out of the mouths of His elect in these latter days. This new thing will spring forth…making a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert” (v. 19).

There is a famine of hearing the word of God going on today. The earth is a barren spiritual wilderness, and through His Spirit, He is crying in this wilderness. And God is pouring out the “latter rain” of truth upon the thirsty ground, the “good ground,” and He is causing to flow “rivers in the desert.”

And only those who have ears to hear His words being taught by His Spirit through His teachers–they will drink. Even the heathen nations, the ethnos, the Gentiles, will honor God because He gives “waters in the wilderness and rivers in the desert to give drink to My people” (v. 20).

The new thing that He is doing is pouring out the truth of just who He is and what His plan and purpose is for this earth. And the “living waters” of truth will fall into those who have ears to hear, for not all have the ability to hear at this time. He is unambiguously giving the truth to those who can understand. The “truth” here would only include knowledge that is free from false concepts and traditions. Today He is revealing His truths and plainly putting them out there; He is not speaking in parables anymore. The “latter rain” of truth is the new thing.

And this latter rain that He is pouring out will drench the earth. And many shall drink of this Spirit of truth. But before one may drink, one must have a profound thirst for the “rivers of living waters” and not be drowned in the infected waters of falsehoods about God, which are legion.

And I say unto you once more, Beware of the wolves in sheep’s clothing.  kwh




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5 responses to ““I Will Do a New Thing,” Saith Yahweh

  1. Annnette

    Excellent. i can’t agree more. But alas I see to many false teachings around me, for the very few that still do believe. Thankyou for sharing.

  2. Deedlums


    The ultimate Wolf in sheep’s clothing…. False Apostle Paul (Saul/Sheol). Compare King Saul to Apostle “Saul”. Both men were: Benjamites (Gen 49:27) both men afflicted by evil spirits (1 Sam 16:23 & 2 Cor 12:7) both men chosen over YHWH’s Way, both men named Saul which in Hebrew is indistinguishable from “Sheol” (Strongs #7585 & 7586).
    God’s fruit does not come from thorns (Matt 7:16)… don’t take fruit from Pharisee Saul who associates himself as afflicted with a thorn in his flesh.
    Matthew 7:15 “Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.”
    Matthew 16:6 “Then Yahowsha said unto them, Take heed and beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and of the Sadducees.” Saul, all things to all men, a Pharisee, a Roman, A Jew, A Gentile, Lawless Man, but kept the Law if it suited him. What a hypocrite!
    The ONLY church that survived Paul and made it to Revelations was Ephesus, and they were commended for turning away from false Apostles! None of the churches who accepted Paul made the list!
    Follow the Ma’aseyah Yahowsha, the real name of the Saving Right Arm of the Almighty God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Yahowsha did not do away with the instructions of YHWH. The Torah stands until the earth is destroyed. We’re are still here… so why is Paul’s “Spell of Grace” (something the Messiah never ever mentioned) replacing the Towrah of YHWH, which the Messiah observed and commemorated!

    Duet 4:29-32 “29 But if from there you seek YHWH your Elohim, you will find him if you seek him with all your heart and with all your soul. 30 When you are in distress and all these things have happened to you, then in latter days you will return to YHWH your Elohim and obey him. 31 For YHWH your Elohim is a merciful El; he will not abandon or destroy you or forget the covenant with your ancestors, which he confirmed to them by oath. 32 Ask now about the former days, long before your time, from the day Elohim created human beings on the earth; ask from one end of the heavens to the other. Has anything so great as this ever happened, or has anything like it ever been heard of?

    Rev 12:17 “Then the dragon was enraged at the woman (Israel) and went off to wage war against the rest of her offspring (the Ekklesia)—those who keep YHWH’s instructions and hold fast their testimony about Yahowsha.”


    Don’t believe me. See for yourself. Without Paul, Christianity crumbles. YHWH’s Torah will stand until this earth is destroyed. YHWH’s name can be prounounced, YaHoWaH (Yowd, Hey, Wah, Hey). Call on His Name, there is no power in false names and impotent titles. Know His Name.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZAFM4GQisY – Habbakuk tells us the plague of Death 666 years before it came and its name is Saul/Sha’uwl/Sheol!

    • Deedlums, thanks for commenting. However, I disagree strongly. Permit me to briefly state my case, please, before rejecting it out of hand. First, re: Saul/Paul the apostle. The danger with throwing out Paul is this:
      1. If you discard his writings, then you have to throw out Peter’s found in his two epistles. For Peter says, “Even as our beloved brother Paul also according to the wisdom given unto him hath written unto you” (II Peter 3:15). Paul here is a beloved brother, with wisdom given to him from Yahweh, for that is the only place that wisdom comes from. “If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of Yahweh, who who gives liberally.” Peter goes on to say that some of the things that Paul writes in the Spirit is “hard to be understood, which they that are unlearned and unstable wrest, as they do also the other scriptures, unto their own destruction.” Peter is warning us all, that’s you and I, to be careful with Paul’s writings, for they are easy to misconstrue, and likens them to OTHER SCRIPTURES! Mercy. We must be careful; “destruction” is a strong result.

      2. So if Paul is a false prophet, then he has deceived the apostle Peter, and we should, therefore, throw Peter’s full testimony out. But that would mean we would have to throw out Luke’s Acts of the Apostles, for Luke wrote almost the entire book about the Spirit’s exploits through Peter and Paul. So now we have Paul, Peter, and Luke thrown out, if Paul is a false prophet. If Luke, who thought Saul/Paul a prophet and apostle of Yahshua, is a false witness, then we can’t trust him about Pentecost and the miracles thereafter.

      3. And the apostle John and James was with Peter, according to Luke’s book of Acts, so I presume that we need to get rid of the gospel of John and his three letters and the book of the Revelation, too.

      So what’s left of the “New Testament”? Not much. Is that what you really want, Deedlums? Surely it isn’t. But that is what you’ll have left if you go down this road.

      4. And maybe most destructive to the good news is that you have no teachings about how to get rid of the old Adamic sinful self, the “old man Adam,” as found in Romans 6. The law (Ten Commandments) was not made for a righteous man. The law is there to show us our sinful nature that must die with the Son on the cross. That is how the old heart is gotten rid of, freeing us from sin. The Spirit through Isaiah did say “Wash you, make you clean” (1: 16). But the Spirit did not elucidate how exactly that happens at that time. It would not be explained until, you guessed it–Paul–would explain it.

      In closing, you can continue ranting against Paul, but you will never convince me that he is off because I am my own greatest witness. For I have received a new heart many years ago as explained by Paul. “Knowing this that our old man is crucified with him, that the body of sin might be destroyed, that henceforth we should not serve sin. For he that is dead is freed from sin.” I have rejoiced in this new life and have been teaching others for decades how to do it. Paul is the only teacher that confirms Yahshua’s statement: “He who saves his life shall lose it, and he who loses his life shall save it.” Paul teaches us how to lose our old life and receive His new life inside of our hearts. I hope that this helps. kwh

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