Yeshua practiced religion he went to Synagogue-Ekklesia every Shabbat-Sabbath, He observed the Jewish festivals and traditions, He was circumcised on the eighth day of Sukkot, He went through His Bar Mitzvah at 12 years old, He didn’t go into ministry until He was 30, He read the Torah Portion regularly as was His tradition, He was called Rabbi (Teacher) as an accepted Jewish teacher, He used the festivals to teach on issues relating to His Messiahship, for example on Chanukah in Jerusalem to declare that He is the light of the world, He used Passover to establish a way for us to remember His life, death and resurrection, He spoke positively with other Rabbi’s who had questions, His disciples continued to pray at the hour of prayer at the temple after the veil in the temple was rent, the Gift of the Ruach HaKoddesh fell on the Festival of Shavuot (Pentecost), Passover, Pentecost and Sukkot are the three festivals that we are commanded to go up to the temple in Jerusalem if there is one, there is none now, however those are the three holiest days and Yeshua had an impact on those and even the other smaller Biblical festivals. He prayed often, ministered and taught often, Yeshua rebuked the Leaven of the Pharisee‘s and said “Do as they say not as they do.” Many people have a false view of Yeshua. He is the founder of Judaism and Messianic (Christian) Judaism. Right religion and right fasting takes cares of those who are hurt and in need. He came for the sick not the healthy. That’s religion, that’s ministry.
- Hannukah: The Miraculous Victory of Judah “The Hebrew Hammer” Maccabee, Super-Hero’s, Comic Book Characters, Mel Gibson & The Miracle Of The Menorah In The Light Of Messiah Yeshua (paradoxparables.justparadox.com)
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