JohnThursday, Sep 17, 2020
The commandments the Master binds upon His disciples with the cords of love are the commands, judgments, ordinances, and statutes of the Torah. He bound them to observe even the least of the Torah’s commandments (Matthew 5:17-20). All of Yeshua’s teachings were explanations and interpretations on His Father’s Torah commandments.Read This More from John
The disciple of Yeshua should pray with confidence. Though we are unworthy of having God answer our prayers, we know that our righteous Master is worthy. When we ask in the name of the Master, God regards it as if Yeshua Himself made the request.
Yeshua says that His disciples will “do the deeds that I do and will do greater things than these.” Did His disciples actually do greater deeds than His? According to tradition, the miracles and wonders of the Messianic Era will utterly eclipse even the greatest signs and wonders performed by Moses.
A son might resemble a father as Isaac resembled Abraham, but the Son of God bears more than mere resemblance. He possessed conscious awareness of a transcendent and uninterrupted union with God—His individual person absorbed into the vast sea of the Infinite Light and the same vast sea filling His person.
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