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Moses Wrote about Christ–How “He Opened to Us the Scriptures”–Chapter 12 of the Book, YAH IS SAVIOR

Let’s take a little quiz at this time.  Moses wrote the first five books of the Bible, the torah.  He penned down many proper nouns, which are names of particular persons, places and things.  Now the question: Which proper noun did he write down over 1,700 times in the first five books of the Bible?                              

     Answer: Yahweh.  He wrote the proper noun Yahweh down hundreds and hundreds of times.  Yahweh in the Garden of Eden.  Yahweh at the Tower of Babel.  Yahweh communing with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.  Yahweh face to face with Moses himself.  And many more appearances.

     And we learned in Chapter 11 that the Pharisees were searching the scriptures, which included the law and the prophets, or Moses’ writings and the writings of the prophets.  The Messiah continues on confronting their unbelief.  He tells them that they are hinging all their hopes onto the sayings and writings of Moses, and they are rejecting Him.  And the  irony  is  that  Moses  wrote  about Yahweh, the Savior.   He  wrote about the very One that the Phar-isees had written off.  “But do not think I will accuse you before the Father.  Your accuser is Moses, on whom your hopes are set.  If you believed  Moses,  you  would  believe  me,  for  he wrote about me.  But since you do not believe what he wrote, how are you going to believe what I say?” John 5:45-47. 

     He was telling them, You believe what Moses wrote when you believe what I say.  Just that simple, for He wrote about Me! Every type and shadow points to Me, Yahweh-in-human-form!  The Master is speaking about the hardest unbelief there is—not believing that it is Yahweh dwelling within His human form.  They did not believe Moses; they said they did, but they had deceived themselves in their own concepts of what Moses was saying in the torah.  Moses wrote of me.  Moses wrote down Yahweh’s name 1,700 times!  That’s how much Moses wrote of the Savior. The revelation is this: Moses wrote about Yahweh, who is the same Spirit that dwelt fully in Yahshua, the Messiah.

How the scriptures will open    

     The Master mentions Moses’ writings again.  After His resurrection He joins two of His followers walking dejectedly down the road to a village named  Emmaus. They were prevented from recognizing Him as they spoke. He asked them what they were so down about.  And they basically said that the prophet they had been following had been killed by the chief priests and rulers.  And besides, it had been three days now and they had not seen hide nor hair of him.

    And then He said this unto them. How foolish you are, and how slow of heart to believe all that the prophets have spoken!  Did not the Messiah have to suffer these things and then enter his glory?  And beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, he explained to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning himself. Luke 24:25-27.  He has just said that all of the writings of Moses and the prophets were writings about Himself.  And we know that they wrote of Yahweh.

     What Moses and all the prophets were writing about was Yahweh’s glorious coming to this earth in a flesh body to become the Savior of His creation.  That’s what the scriptures are about!  That is what the Master just said. 

     The Master, to finish the story, went on to the next village with them.  Still not recognizing Him, they encouraged Him to stay with them and eat.  During the meal they finally recognized Him, and then He disappeared. Then they asked each other, “Were not our hearts burning within us while he talked with us on the road and opened the Scriptures to us?” Luke 24:32.  The scriptures open when we realize that they speak of Yahweh coming in human form!

     Many do not understand and therefore do not read the Bible because it is closed to them.  He will open the scriptures to us just like He did to those two on the road to Emmaus, when we believe that Yahweh of the “Old Testament” is clothed in human flesh and is really the Messiah of the “New Testament.” {The previous sentence will only be revealed to us if He opens the scriptures to us—if He shows us who He really is.}

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For Those Weaned from the Milk of the Word and Want the Meat

God’s great eternal plan is this: He is bringing many sons and daughters unto Himself.  They will do the ‘greater works’ that Christ promised some of His followers would do. 

  That is His purpose and plan, to multiply Himself.  After all, He is the Seed, the Word, made flesh, and falling into the ground and dying, and thereby bringing forth much fruit.  That is what the Son {the Father/Spirit Yahweh clothed in a human form} said, and He is the Seed.

Two things stand out on this quest for the truth.  First: Oneness, not a Trinitarian concept.  There is Father, yes, Son, yes, and Holy Spirit, but they are not three distinct persons.  In other words, there are not three of them sitting up there in the throneroom.  The Father is the Holy Spirit, and He is invisible, and He dwells now in the glorified heavenly body [I Cor 15: 35-50], which is our destiny upon His return to earth.

Second: Knowing His true name unlocks the door to answered prayer.  But just knowing that the God of the ancient Hebrew partriarchs was Yah or Yahweh and the Son Yahshua is not enough.  We must know what the names mean.  Utmost importance. 

Beware of this one thing:  Most who are finding out about the sacred names of God are being led away into “Hebrew roots movement.”  This is a trap because they are seduced away from the oneness of God;  they are taught that there is a ‘twinity’ and not a trinity.  They are also led away by teachers of the law.  Now this sounds noble and good, but we humans cannot work real hard to ‘keep the law’ and thereby be more accepted by God.  No.  We must die with Christ, receive a new heart and the Spirit, grow in grace, walk in His word, and grow up into the sons and daughters of God who will do the ‘greater works’ that the Savior Yahshua did!  This will not be done by very meticulous sincere people trying in their own strength to keep the laws of God.  The Law [10 commandments] ‘are not made for a righteous man, but the unrighteous.’  His Spirit in us is quite capable of keeping the law by us believing He can.  Faith.  It is elemental to our walk with Him…Just a heads up on your walk.  Kenneth Wayne Hancock….[for more read my books found here at the top of my blog].

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The Oneness of God–Christ Said, “The Father Is in Me”

Believing in the meaning of His name is of utmost importance.  To ever fulfill our God-given calling of becoming His sons and daughters with His power flowing through us, we must believe on His name.

“But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name” (John 1:12).  And in John 3:18 we discover that “believing on Him” is “believing in the name of the only begotten Son of God.”  And conversely, he that “believes not is condemned already” for only one reason: “because he hath not believed in the name.”

Not believing in the meaning of His name carries a catastrophic result.   The condemnation is “that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil” (John 3:19).  Because that same apostle wrote, “God is light,” in I John 1:5, we might read the above passage, “God is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than God, because their deeds were evil.”  He did say that He was “the true Light” in John 1:9.

The Savior’s name, Yahshua, which means in Hebrew, “Yahweh is the Savior,” has within it God’s truth as to what His very nature is.  That nature is that He is One.  One Spirit, one expressed image called the Son, One, One, One.  The invisible Father is in the Son, which is God (Spirit) in human form.

Let us get this teaching from the Master’s own lips.  In John 14:10, it is like the Savior is speaking to us today.  Don’t you believe that I am in the Father, and the Father is in Me?  The Father that dwells in Me speaks the words through me and does the works.  The Father is omnipresent.  He is everywhere.  The Son is a vessel, then, that is in the Father, in the Spirit.  We, then, since God is everywhere, we are in the Father, too. And the Father, in turn, is also in the vessel as that same one invisible Spirit.

In verse 11, He commands us.   “Believe me that I am in the Father, and the Father is in me: or else believe me for the very works’ sake.”  This is a commandment.  In fact, this is one of his new commandments that John tells us about.  He is saying, The things I do only God can do, so believe what I am saying to you about the Father being now present right now with you (in me).  These miracles done through me—it is the Father in me that is doing them.

Believing on Him as the Scripture has just said

In verse 12 He says that those who “believe on Him” will do the same works that He does.  Now, most assume that this means “accepting Him as their personal Savior.”  But it does not mean this.  It means, “to believe on Him” in the same manner that He just expounded on in the previous two verses.  I repeat—those that “believe on Him” will believe on Him as He has just expounded—believing that the Father, the great wonderful invisible Spirit-Creator is in the Son.  There is only one way the Father could be in a human vessel, and that is by the Father being an invisible Spirit.

Let us not forget already what He taught about belief in them.  First, He said that “ if you have seen me, you have seen the Father.”  Second, He said, “Believe me that I am in the Father and the Father is in me.”  This was His teaching on “believing on me.”  That is what He meant when He commanded, “Believe on me.”  It was that we believe that He was in the Father and the Father in Him, as opposed to the idea of the Father in some other vessel.  For the Son is the “expressed image of the invisible God.”

He emphasized this truth by prefacing it with, “Verily, verily.”  This means, “In truth,” and He said it twice to make sure we got it.  And that truth about believing on Him means believing that He was in the Father and the Father was in Him.  And if we get this right, there is a ton of promises He makes to us.  One of them is that we will do the same works that He did.  And “if we believe on him as the scripture has said,” the Spirit will flow out from our depths.  KWH

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