Righteousness and Justice of Our King 3 Part Series – Updated

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Israel’s Mission to do “Justice and Righteousness” first appears in the Bible in God’s call to the father of the nation

Genesis 18:19…I have chosen [Abraham], that he may charge his children and his household after him to keep the way of YHVH by doing righteousness and justice; so that יהוה may bring about for Abraham what He has promised him.”

The Mandate of Israel is to be the way to our King. Justice And Righteousness is the task of the King and that makes him accountable for the establishment of a just society or kingdom.

This is a series of the Official Righteousness and Justice Teaching in which we establish Yeshua as the Royal Figure who came to restore the Message of Mishpat V'Tzadakah to Israel.

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3 thoughts on “Righteousness and Justice of Our King 3 Part Series – Updated”

  1. I was speaking with one of my Hebraic minister friends on Friday about the subject of Orphans and Widows. Let me give you the context of the conversation. . .
    There was a certain man walking down the street in tattered pants and a long coat; pushing a grocery cart full of personal things; down the street here in East Houston, TX. My friend and I were discussing my walk towards retirement into a new career in agriculture and how I would like to help our military vets and folks like this man to have a better life than that of living on he streets, through a program of education and lifestyle change that I wish to incorporate into my farm.
    My friend, in his following opinion, explained to me the Hebrew meaning of the phrase “Widows & Orphans” described in the scriptures meant those individuals who are without relatives (A father or mother, uncles, aunts, cousins, or siblings) rather than a woman or child without a husband or a father.
    I am seeking the advice of my Rabs, therefore I wonder what is your opinion on the subject?

  2. Ex 22:21-23

    21(22) “You are not to abuse any widow or orphan. 22(23) If you do abuse them in any way, and they cry to me, I will certainly heed their cry. 23(24) My anger will burn, and I will kill you with the sword — your own wives will be widows and your own children fatherless.
    CJB

  3. Brother you are so funny sometimes! do you have any idea how many years I’ve heard you say, I’m going to slow down, I talk to fast hahaha. Love it and I am so blessed that YHVH caused us to get together to study His Torah to come to such a day as this.
    your friend always
    Tony

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