The Shema

https://www.hebrew4christians.com/Scripture/Torah/The_Shema/the_shema.html

With everything in life there are traditions to observe, sometimes man’s frail traditions, but the true traditions of Jehovah God are the ones that should be observed and followed. The Hebrew experience has been a proven one for them for many years and so it has for me as well.

As a Native American Christian or Messianic Believer, my culture has traditions also but they are just as frail when compared to the Word of God and what he instructed Israel, as to his Moral Laws and the Torah. Moses gave the written and oral Torah, but it was the Lord who became the Living Torah and when we accept Christ deep within our hearts, he becomes the living Torah within us, able to write his laws within our fleshly hearts.

His death on the Cross of Calvary enabled him to become the living Torah, and when he arose again, conquering death and the grave, displaying his Passion over the coming days, then finally rising again to the Third Heaven, he promised to send the Holy Ghost. On the Day of Pentecost, he delivered and Acts 2:4 becomes the proof of his Word.

I love my Living Torah, Jesus Christ, whom God chose and anointed with the oil of gladness, so that he set his face to the Cross of Calvary and died for you and I, and anyone else who shall accept him. See 2 Peter 3: 1-14, paying attention to verse 9, for he is not willing that any should perish but that all should come to repentance. He is coming again! He also promised to do that. Once for those who follow him faithfully as his Bride, and then he shall come again and touch the Mount of Olives, it is referred to as the 2nd Coming of Christ, but his first appearance he shall not touch the Earth, but merely call for His Believing Church Body. That is what everyone calls the Rapture. After that event begins the Tribulation. Be ready for God’s traditions are True!

Ahau, nin se Neaseno.

Published by neaseno

I was born on Powers Bluff in Wood County, Wisconsin, into a traditional community of Neshnabek. I was raised speaking only native languages, and learned to speak English upon entering school at the age of 6. As of this writing, I am one of 5 remaining Heritage Fluent Speakers of Potawatomi.

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