Sunday, January 6, 2008

Learn to recite Messianic Shabbat Candle lighting

Learn to recite the Messianic Shabbat Candle lighting

Baruch attah Adonai Eloheinu Melech Ha Olam, Asher Kidshanu Bid-varecha Ve Natan Lanu et Yeshua mishichenu Ve Tzevanu LeHiyot Or La Olam Amen

Blessed are You oh L-RD our God King of the Universe who has sanctified us in Your word and given us Yeshua a our Messiah and command us to be light to the world Amen.


beakerkin said...

This is an interesting blog concept.
I do have to read Hebrew at work every now and then. I found myself doing it when I was in LA and Vermont, but not in NYC. I have yet to find an Israeli ID that was not correct.

The actual language of Jesus was Aramaic. Aramaic is still spoken in the Assyrian Church.

tomisgoodking said...

Hello Yerusha Yanit Shen (Janet Ellen Shen),

I read your blog at I saw pictures of you at another place on the web. And I read your page at

What Christians and Messianic Jews do not seem to know very well is the reasons WHY the Jews do not accept Jesus as their Messiah. If you find it interesting to learn these reasons, have a look at the Jewish response to this PRIMORDIAL QUESTION that every Christian should know. Use logic, reason, and knowledge, not blind faith as many Christians do. See these reasons on "Why Jews Don't Believe In Jesus" at
G.od (the G.od of Israel) bless you and your family, Yerusha Yanit because seeing your picture, I know you are a good woman.

Michael, London, UK

Anonymous said...

to tomisgoodking:

Read Isaiah 53, and then come back and tell me who is blind my friend.


aline said...

Have you heard of the narrated Torah in Hebrew on 13 cd's ? 14 divine hours, reading the Torah and listening to the words of God in the language of God ! and Jesus spoke Hebrew

aline said...

Have you heard of the narrated Torah in Hebrew on 13 cd's ? 14 divine hours, reading the Torah and listening to the words of God in the language of God ! and Jesus spoke Hebrew, look at the site

November 15, 2009 6:41 AM

منتديات راديو مرح - said...

תודה לך מאוד


Anders Branderud said...

Kilted Belgian,

This is an answer to your reply to 'tomisgoodking'.

Isaiah 53 is about the historical Rabbi called Y’hoshua - the Jewish Messiah. He grew up in Galilee and lived in the first century. Did you know that many words that are attributed to him was not said by him - including much of the content in the “gospels”, but was redacted by Hellenists: Documentation: Link? I write you this since you rely on NT, which was never endorsed by the followers of Rabbi Y’hoshua. On the contrary they didn’t accept it, since it contradicts Torah [the books of Moses]. [Documentation on the above link.]

E.g. Rabbi Y’hoshua didn’t teach about salvation as those whom are Christians teach. He taught in accordance with this:
As stipulated in Dt. 6:4-9,11:13-21 one is required to keep all of the directives of Torâh′ to one’s utmost—viz., “with all one’s heart, psyche and might [lit. "very"]“—”for the purpose of extending your days and the days of your children… like the days of the heavens above the earth” (i.e., eternal life). According to the Hebrew Bible, Ezekiel chapter 18, the Creator confer His atonement in His loving kindness to those and only those turning away from their Torah [Books of Moses]-transgressions and (re)turning to non-selectively observance of the commandments in the books of Moses.

Following the human Jewish Messiah called Y’hoshua leads oneself into non-selectively observance of the commandments of Moses to ones utmost, including an immensely meaningful relationship with the Creator.

Kind regards,
Anders Branderud