It does not matter if a Yeshua believer is a bondservant or a free man or woman, every Yeshua believer should have a servant’s heart – should always be ready to happily serve others selflessly and compassionately.
True Yeshua believers are watching for the Bridegroom’s return, and they also are doing Yehovah’s Perfect Will, which, in this case, means they are handling their own spiritual responsibilities. True Yeshua believers need to make sure their spiritual temples are prepared for the Rapture.
The reasons why so many Christians who say they are saved, born-again believers of Yeshua will miss the pre-Tribulation Rapture are because they will not take to heart the Scriptures that warn them about their need to get prepared, stay ready, and stay alert – keep looking out for Yeshua’s Return – and because they don’t believe in a pre-Tribulation Rapture.
Many Christians annually celebrate man-made holidays that are rooted in paganism and based on lies and myths. By doing so, these Christians demonstrate just how unfaithful they are to Yeshua and to YeHoVaH.
I am doing what all saints of Yeshua should do – set the record straight about the Black Friday graphic that has Yeshua on the cross flanked by two criminals. Many versions of this graphic have been posted for years on Facebook, but, sadly, they all have been posted not only to confirm Yeshua died on a Good Friday but also to confirm that that Good Friday was a black Friday. The truth is that Yeshua never died on any Friday – neither good nor black or otherwise.
The reason why, from antiquity until today, Adonai’s Jewish people have looked forward to Sukkot or the Feast of Tabernacles (Feast of Booths, Festival of Ingathering, or the Feast) with great anticipation is because on the Day of Atonement they not only have received Adonai’s forgiveness and cleansing of all of their preceding year’s sins, but also He has judged them worthy to receive life, health, and happiness for the new year. Therefore, the 15th of Tishri festival is marked for its time of extraordinary joy—the joy that comes from having the closest possible relationship with Adonai.