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Ecclesiastes 12:13


"Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man"

Scriptures explained #Read Here...

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Updated: Aug 16, 2023

If you’re here you want to know what we are about or stand for, so here goes… What Do We Believe?

Here we believe and know that the scriptures are what we should be following, and not any organised religion such as Catholicism, and the other denominations which exist as byproducts of it. Hopefully your sensibilities haven’t already been offended and if not rest assured we do not accept or tolerate any hate here, but we do believe in the truth… This has to be said because unfortunately the the truth of the world and the truth of scriptures are juxtaposed, a fact that makes it seem like the bibles truth is some how racist or hateful when it’s interpreted truthfully… In the world it is said that a little white lie doesn’t matter, but when we read the scriptures we are told that the truth makes us free (John 8:32) and that to lie (Leviticus 19:11) is a sin. This is just one of the many examples of the worlds truth in contrast with the bibles truth. The question is who do you believe?

The Terminology We Use

At this point I think it’s important that we established the terminology that we use on this website, this is a subject that is very much overlooked. Because we adhere to what the scriptures say, we follow a very important commandment which says not to take the father’s name in vain (Exodus 20:7). When we interpret the word vanity part of this includes calling the father by the right title and name, to not do so would be vain, because it means we have no respect for the Most High and his Son… So for this reason we do not support the following terms but we may still use them on our website because we know that it can be overwhelming for those who haven’t heard the more accurate terms.

Specific Terminology We Use

These terms are as follows we do not not support the words “God”, “Jehovah”, “Christ” and “Lord“, although we may use them on our website. The alternative for the words “God”, “Lord” and “Christ” that we use are Machiach (In English some say Messiah, which means chosen one to be anointed), “Elohim”, “Most High (Genesis 14:20)”, “Yah” or “Yahuah” (YHWH).

The Name Of Jesus

The same goes for the word "Jesus" this word is used but not accepted here because it's not his name... We may use the term because we understand that using Yahusha is foreign to most Christians and it is our sincere desire to help all belivers as much as we can.

The Letter “J”

The letter “J” did not come into existence until the 15th century. Incidentally if you look in a 1611 King James Version bible, which you can still buy, you’ll see that the name “Jesus” is spelt “Iesus”, this is because the letters “i” and “J” could both be used as the sound for the letter “Y” at the time. The letter “y” wasn’t present in the English language. “Iesus” was a translation of “Yahusha“, some spell it “Yeshua“

What’s Our Mission

Just like the Messiah said to his disciples, go out and preach to “all nations”, AFTER he sent them out to his people of the promise Israel first. Our mission here is to give you a complete overview of what the scriptures (bible) are talking about, a which is totally neglected in Christianity and Christendom. We don’t totally disagree with all the traditions in Christianity, although we do disagree with a lot of them. If you were to describe us we would be considered pre-Constantine (325 AD) Christians. If you have no idea what this means, you serve to prove the aforementioned point regarding the overview required to understand what the scriptures are about and who they were given too.

Bible Overview In A Nutshell

So here’s in a nutshell what you will be learning on this website… You will learn that the scriptures are the source for the three major religions in the world, which are;

“Catholicism”, “Islam” and “Judaism!… …You may be asking how? …or you may have never thought about this… When you check the dates you will realise that all three of these major religions take information from the Hebrew scriptures too suit there own narratives.

When Each Major Religion Started In A Nutshell

The first Catholicism started in the 4th century AD… The second Islam started in the 6th century AD and… The third religion Judaism started in the 8th century AD. All of this can be verified through history, and historic sources which we will provide on the website.

Worlds History In Scriptures

Further to this many people don’t know, but the scriptures prophesy all the significant kingdoms that came and passed up until the current Kingdom today. In the book of Daniel we are told about the kingdoms to come after the Sumerian, Egyptian and Israelite kingdoms… The kingdoms that we’re told about are as follows; the “Babylonians” & “Assyrians”, “Medes” & “Persians”, the “Greeks” & “Romans” and the final religious kingdom represented as…. “Catholicism” It is Catholicism, more specifically it’s head officials that seek “to change the times and laws (Daniel 7:25)” set up by the Most High. There is also damning prophecy that identifies the Vatican which sits on “seven mountains” (Revelation 17:9), which is fascinating! I’m sure you’d agree.

Who Are Israel?

We are not just here to give you the history about the scriptures, we also answer the all important question which is… Who Is Israel? This is a very overlooked topic as it is assumed that the Jewish people in what is called Israel today are Israel, but nothing could be further from the truth… As we look at the history we realise that they are converts to the religion. The Israelite’s of the scriptures have very distinct prophecies which identify them, one of which is that they would be sold by a people that came from another land they had never encountered before. They would also be scattered to all parts of the world, forgetting and losing their heritage, all of which will be restored at the time of their Awakening. Incidentally all of this is happening as you read this article, especially if you happen to be an Israelite, and even if you’re not…

We identify who Israel are and where are all the 12 tribes of Israel reside predominantly today.

What Books Do We Read?

As you may or may not know the books that we’re given concerning the Bible are given to us by the authorities of Religious institutions. When we whittle it down, at the helm of these authorities are the Officials that established the Roman Catholic Church. An important date is 325 AD, which is when the council of nicea, the first christian council which came to gether to address all christians… In short, they established Sunday as the day to keep Pasach (Passover). It was also common practise to keep sabbaths on the first, not the seventh day of the week (Exodus 20:8-9) (Sabbath, called Saturday today). Keep in mind the point, here. It is not why Sunday was chosen as a day of worship, but rather, did the Most High say that first day (Sunday ) was a day of worship? The same is true for Pasach (Passover) The Most High did not ask any man to change or establish their own day for his Holy days.

All this being said you should understand that Romans or converts to the Hebrew faith had and have no authority to decide which books stay in the scriptures and which books come out, or when worship days should be kept. First of all the Romans were not Israelite’s as mentioned and secondly they had no affinity with the Israelite’s culture. This is proven by the fact that the Greeks/Roman’s forced the Israelite’s to break their commandments and desecrated their temple twice…

The Scripture You Should Be Reading

Here we read the scriptures as we find them which includes the most commonly read 66 books generally found in the bible.

But we also understand to verify a books authenticity it has to be read. So here are the books that you can read to get a full understanding of how to worship the Most High, and what he expects from Israel and believers who take up the faith given to them. So here’s he are some books… The “king James version” of the bible because it’s a close translation from the Hebrew scriptures. We recommend the 1611 KJV bible aswell as a KJV bible. As it shows you the books that were apart of the bible originally and the name of Jesus spelt with an “i”, discussed above. It’s also recommended that you read the Apocryphal books… So you should read… The Apocrypha KJV and the Cambridge New Revised Standard Version. The Cambridge version because it has verses in it about the after life that are not found in a KJV Apocrypha. Next we recommend that you read the Book Of Mormon… Contrary to popular belief the book of Mormon is an extension to the bible it tells us what happened to the Northern Tribes who left Israel in 720BC. It’s revealed in both the Apocrypha book of Maccabees and the Book of Mormon that the Northern Tribes sailed to what we call America today. This is long before Christopher Columbus which puts to bed the propaganda about Columbus discovering the Americas.

Other important biblical books are as follows…

  • The Book Of Jubilees

  • The Book Jasher

  • The Book Of Enoch

As well as the aforementioned biblical books we also use history where possible to verify the authenticity of the biblical scriptures.

The books above are not an exhaustive list, we always read Apocryphal scriptures once we verify that they don’t contradict the core scriptures found in the Law and the Prophets.


Here we read the scriptures as we find them which includes the most commonly read 66 books generally found in the bible.

But we also understand to verify a books authenticity it has to be read. Thanks for reading hopefully you understand where we are coming from. Our mission above all is to teach the gospel as the Most high intended. So if you’ve every asked what is the purpose of the bible our articles will provide that answer… We believe in following the commandments including the Dietary laws as well as Baptism in the name of the Yahusha. We know that works alone can not get any of us into heaven, but the scriptures also tell us faith without works is dead… Meaning if we believe the Messiah died and rose for our sins we must keep the commandments that the Most High gave us in the scriptures. James 2:17-19 17 Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone. 18 Yea, a man may say, Thou hast faith, and I have works: shew me thy faith without thy works, and I will shew thee my faith by my works. 19 Thou believest that there is one God; thou doest well: the devils also believe, and tremble. Shalom! And if you have any questions don’t hesitate to reach out.

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