The Library Of LWMLC Ministries


Welcome To The Library Of The Living Word Mission Life Ministries   

Introduction:

Why is sun worship the chief object of modern day cultures

Where did this worship first begin?
We shall discover the historical facts of where it began, as well as to what is the main catalysts today.

Biblical History, searching the scriptures find out what happened throughout history to preserve the WORD of Yahuah

A brief description of who we are First Welcome to The Living Word Mission Life Congregation

The Sabbath as a sign is symbolically the full embodiment of the Besorah {Gospel} Good News.

We are baptized, Spirit-led individuals who are scattered around the world, as "the assembly" of called-out individuals which consists of true believers whom YHWH 's Spirit dwells, who may be members of different originations, but are joined directly to Yahusha, 1st Corinthians 12:12-14,27;Colossians 3:1.

Dietary Laws Outlined in Old Testament Observed?: Yes
Annual Holy Days Outlined in Old Testament Observed?: Yes

 

What is it that defines Sin? What are we to repent of?

If the 10 Commandment's are done away with,

{which you hear preached from behind the pulpit and we are told they were nailed to the cross}

then there is no sin! If there is no sin, what are we to repent of?

There only remains {1} answer!

Sense the 10 Commandments are done away with, then it is man's tradition that defines sin,

THUS, no need for Elohim for man has declared himself above His Creator.

 

 To help you understand what is the law and what is the Ordinance It has been broken down for you. Easy for you to follow and understand between the two.

Ten Commandments (Moral Law) Ceremonial Law {the temporary law for sin offering "the ordinances)
1. First spoken by Elohim Himself. Exodus 20:1, 22 1. Spoken first by Moses. Exodus 24:3
2. Written by Elohim’s finger. Exodus 31:18; Exodus 32:16 2. Written by Moses hand. Exodus 24:4; Deuteronomy 31:9
3. First written on stones. Exodus 31:18 3. Written in a book. Exodus 24:3, 7; Deuteronomy 31:24
4. Handed by Elohim its writer, to Moses. Exodus 31:18 4. Handed by Moses, its writer to Levites. Deuteronomy 31:25-26
5. Placed by Moses “inside the ark.” Deuteronomy 10:5 5. Placed by the Levites “on the outside of the ark.” Deuteronomy 31:26, ARV
6. Deals with moral precepts. i.e. love and relationships with God and man. Exodus 20:3-17 6. Deals with ceremonial, ritual matters. (See parts of Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy)
7. Reveals sin. Romans 7:7 7. Prescribes offerings for sins. (See book of Leviticus)
8. Breaking this law is “sin.” 1 John 3:4 8. No sin in breaking, for now “abolished.” Ephesians 2:15 (Where no law is, there is no transgression. Romans 4:15)
9. We should “keep the whole law.” James 2:10 9. Apostles gave “no such commandment” to “keep the law.” Acts 15:24
10. We “shall be judged” by this law. James 2:12 10. We are NOT judged by it. Colossians 2:16
11. Those who keeps this law is “blessed in his deed.” James 1:25 11. Those who keeps this law is not blessed. (See for example, Galatians 5:1-6)
12. “The perfect law of liberty.” James 1:25 (See also James 2:12) 12. Those who keep this law loses his liberty. Galatians 5:1, 3
13. Paul said, “I delight in the law of Elohim.” Romans 7:22 (See also Romans 7:7) 13. Paul called this law a “yoke of bondage.” Galatians 5:1; Galatians 4:3, 9 (See Acts 15:10)
14. Established by faith in the Messiah. Romans 3:31 14. Abolished by the Messiah. Ephesians 2:15; Colossians 2:14
15. Yahushua was to “magnify the law and make it honorable.” Isaiah 42:21 15. Blotted “out the handwriting of ordinances that was against us.” Colossians 2:14
16. Eternal? Yes. Psalms 111:7-8; Matthew 5:18; Luke 16:17 16. Eternal? No. Hebrews 7:12; Galatians 3:19; Colossians 2:14
17. Points out sin. 1 John 3:4; Romans 7:7 17. Points to Messiah. Leviticus 4:27-31
18. Obey Now? Yes. Matthew 5:19 18. Obey Now? No. Colossians 2:14-17; Galatians 4:9-10
19. Liberty? (freedom) Yes. James 2:12; James 1:25 19. Liberty? No. It was bondage. Galatians 4:9; 5:1
Note: Freedom and bondage are exact opposites.
20. Perfect? Yes. James 1:25; Psalms 19:7 20. Perfect? No. Hebrews 7:19
21. Good? Yes. Romans 7:12 21. Good? No. Colossians 2:14; Galatians 4:9

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Joh 15:8 "In this My Father is esteemed, that you bear much fruit, and you shall be My taught ones.
Joh 15:9 "As the Father has loved Me, I have also loved you. Stay in My love.
Joh 15:10 "If you guard My commands, you shall stay in My love, even as I have guarded My Father’s commands and stay in His love.
Joh 15:11 "These words I have spoken to you, so that My joy might be in you, and that your joy might be complete.
Joh 15:12 "This is My command, that you love one another, as I have loved you.
Joh 15:13 "No one has greater love than this: that one should lay down his life for his friends.

Joh 15:14 "You are My friends if you do whatever I command you. Here are some rather pointed scriptures. YAHUSHUA is speaking and what HE says, we should play close attention to. In verse 10, HE is talking about guarding his commands. HE says that if we guard them, or rather "keep" them, we will stay in HIS love, just as HE stayed in HIS Fathers love. I think that is a very important command .......... In verse 12, HE commands us to love one another, just as HE HAS LOVED US !!!!!!!!!! Another really good command ........... but here is the kicker, Verse 14 sums it all up. HE says, "Your are MY friends, "if" you do what ever I command." Let me put this another way ......... We ARE NOT His friend, If we do not keep His commands........... Now I am sure you understand that.
So take a few moments, and look around. Then ask yourself this question .......... Are you, or are you not, keeping HIS commands ???????

FATHER, we thank you for your word ........ BLESSED BE THE NAME OF YAHWEH !!!!!!!!!

At the time the letter to the Colossians was written, the Colossians were being misled by influences from their pagan past and a contemporary teaching called Gnosticism. Gnosticism was a heresy of the first two centuries of the Assembly. Its central tenet was that the spirit was entirely good and matter or the physical was completely evil. This notion gave rise to the teaching that salvation comes by the escape from our evil bodies through special knowledge (hence gnostic, meaning "knowledge") and ascetic practices. Because the physical was inherently evil, the body was brought under subjection through physical deprivations. And because matter was considered evil—and not the breaking of Yahweh’s law—one could break the law and not sin. Paul had convinced a few Hellenized people at Colosse to turn from their pagan ways and faithfully follow the Redeemer of Israel. He was urging them to keep their spiritual vitality alive and pure, and not allow it to suffocate under paganistic, philosophical, and man-made traditions dominating their society. The situation of these converted Colossians is very similar to ours today. They also were in the minority in their religious beliefs. They were always in danger of being swept downstream by the torrent of seemingly superior intellectual bias that was contrary to the true message of the Bible. Paul’s letter reveals a concern that these people would be in danger of falling for human reasoning and rhetoric, which ridicules the Bible’s formula for living a spiritual life. "Be careful, lest any man [person] spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit ["pretensions," Goodspeed] after the tradition of men, after the rudiments [elementary teachings] of the world ["following the material ways of looking at things," Goodspeed] and not after the Messiah..." Colossians 2:8. Paul warns them about not allowing their minds to be captured by intellectualism and high-sounding nonsense (Phillips). Delusions and philosophical speculations passing for fact would trip up many and separate them from Yahweh’s Word. This passage does not refer to Yahweh’s Commandments. His laws are not "after the tradition of men," nor are they "after the elementary teachings of the world." Paul can only be referring to pagan worship of idols, former heathen customs, and materialistic philosophies. Vincent’s Word Studies in the New Testament says rudiments of the world refers to ceremonialism practiced in asceticism, pagan symbol mysteries, and initiatory rites.

"Blotting out the handwriting of ordinances that was against us, which was contrary to us, and took it out of the way, nailing it to His torture stake," Colossians 2:1
Refer to the above chart...to learn the difference between the Law and the Ordinances...


The Hebrew Calendar and Feasts

The Hebrew Calendar

The Hebrews used two kinds of calendars:
Civil Calendar: official calendar of kings, childbirth, and contracts
Sacred Calendar: from which festivals were computed
Names of
Months
Corresponds
with
No. of
Days
Month of
Civil Year
Month of
Sacred Year
Tishri
Heshvan
Chislev
Tebeth
Shebat
Adar
Nisan
Iyar
Sivan
Tammuz 
Ab
* Elul
Sept-Oct
Oct-Nov
Nov-Dec
Dec-Jan
Jan-Feb
Feb-Mar
Mar-Apr
Apr-May
May-June
June-July
July-Aug
Aug-Sept
30
29 or 30
29 or 30
29 
30 
29 or 30
30 
29
30
29
30
29
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
11th
12th
7th
8th
9th
10th
11th
12th
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
* Hebrew months were alternately 30 and 29 days long.
Their year, shorter than ours, had 354 days. Therefore,
about every 3 years (7 times in 19 years) an extra 29-day-
month, VEADAR, was added between ADAR and NISAN.
The Hebrew Day was from sunset to sunset, in 8 equal parts:
First Watch
Second Watch
Third Watch
Fourth Watch
First Watch
Second Watch
Third Watch
Fourth Watch
Sunset to 9 P.M.
9 P.M. to Midnight
Midnight to 3 A.M.
3 A.M. to Sunrise
Sunrise to 9 A.M.
9 A.M. to Noon
Noon to 3 P.M.
3 P.M. to Sunset


Hebrew Feasts

Feast of
Hebrew Calendar
Month
Day
Month
Ref
* Passover
(Unleavened Bread)
Nisan
14-21
Mar-Apr
Ex. 12:43-13:10
Matt 26:17-20
* Pentecost 
(First Fruits or Weeks)
Sivan
6 (50 days
after Passover)
May-June
Deut 16:9-12
Acts 2:1
Trumpets
Rosh Hashanah
Tishri
1,2
Sept-Oct
Num. 29:1-6
Day of Atonement
Yom Kippur
Tishri
10
Sept-Oct
Lev 23:26-32
Heb 9:7
* Tabernacles
(Booths or Ingathering)
Tishri
15-22
Sept-Oct
Neh 8:13-18
John 7:2
Dedication (Lights)
Hanukkah
Chislev
25 (8 days)
Nov-Dec
John 10:22
Purim (Lots)
Adar
14,15
Feb-Mar
Esth 9:18-32
* The three major feasts for which all males of Israel were required to travel to the Temple in Jerusalem (Ex. 23:14-19)


Secular Weekday Name

Hebrew "Name"

Hebrew Meaning

Sunday Yom Reeshone First day
Monday Yom Shaynee Second day
Tuesday Yom Shlee´shee Third day
Wednesday Yom Revee´ee Fourth day
Thursday Yom Khah´mee´shee Fifth day
Friday Yom Ha´shee´shee Sixth day
Saturday Shabbat Rest







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