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The Messianic Jewish Community of Uganda, Africa

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MRabbi Hillel. © 2013 by Nehr HaOlam Publications. "For some, Africa seems to be the last place in people’s minds to find Messianic Jews [...]." Find out what the Messianic Jewish Community is trying to do in Uganda, Africa. The Messianic Jewish Movement is a lot bigger than what many would like to give credit.

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Elohim's Light

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In the study “Appreciating The Light,” we’ve learned that Elohim created both darkness and light (reference Isaiah 45:7). As you may already know, the study discussed both the literal and spiritual meaning of this light as well as how we can exercise Messiah’s instruction: “Make sure that the light you think you have is not actually darkness” (Luke 11:35).

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December 05th, 2013

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Recently, I was asked, “Rabbi, what’s a Menorah?” This brand new Messianic Jew was very genuine about his question; yet, he felt embarrassed to ask! You yourself remember the first time when you started to follow the ways of Elohim as prescribed in Torah and desired to imitate Messiah Yeshua; it can be quite a challenging experience.

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Nursing Anger

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“Do not nurse hatred in your heart for any of your relatives. Confront people directly so you will not be held guilty for their sin” (Leviticus 19:17).

 In this mitzvah, we learn that it’s prohibited for us to allow our own personal family issues to fester into a deep seeded resentment against them.

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Light & The Kingdom Of Elohim

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Previously, we expressed what we believe: the Kingdom of Elohim is here in the now and not some future event as some suspect. In order to understand this concept, consider King David’s words of worship. He too believed that the Kingdom of Elohim was in the here and the now in his days.

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Christ

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When a Christian asks a Jew, "Do you believe in Christ?" it's like the moon is about to crash with the earth. When these two different views are compared side by side, the Christian perspective of Christ is quite different to the Jewish perspective of Messiah. To add, the Jewish perspective of the Christian Christ is insulting to the Christian faithful while Christians remained baffled with the Jewish perspective of Messiah.

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December 09th, 2013

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MRabbi Hillel. © 2013 by Nehr HaOlam Publications. "If there was ever an obstruction to making disciples that follow the teachings of Messiah Yeshua (reference Matthew 28:19), that would be the anathema - a contender to biblical truth that was inspired by the Holy Spirit." What is an anathema? An anathema (ἀνάθεμα) is a term used in the Greek version of the New Testament that identifies a specific kind of person, a contender to the Bible's guidance.

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Sin

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Ask a Christian, “How do you view sin?” and he will immediately discuss matters pertaining to moral implications and ethical values. Ask a Jewish woman, “How do you view sin?” and she identifies quickly sin as being the actions that which you either do or don't do in relationship to the standards that are already established in the code of ethics, Torah. This very same word has two completely different meanings.

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Repent

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        When a Christian tells a Jew, "You need to repent," the Jew immediately thinks, "I need to return to the ways of Elohim as prescribed in Torah; I need to return the Promised Land and enjoy the inheritance that Elohim has endowed my people."

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The Maccabean Wars

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There is full abundance in the world, but we can’t manage to arrange it for life; like a family that has material prosperity but such a bad relationship with each other that it’s impossible to live together. Then there is no choice and people either get divorced, or like in our case, the only thing we can do is to connect. We cannot draw away from one another or get divorced because nature still forces us to attain mutual connection.

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