Emet Ministries

 

 

You are the original messengers

 

  

Exodus 7:1: “So the Lord said to Moses: “See, I have made you as God to Pharaoh, and Aaron your brother shall be your prophet.””

In the account of the Ten Plagues, both Pharaoh’s servants, as well as the Egyptian people, recognized that Moses was the servant of the only true G-d, the G-d of Israel.

Moses showed confidence and absolute trust in G-d, and he allowed G-d to direct every one of his and Aaron’s steps.

Moses came across with G-d’s authority, and he did not let Pharaoh’s heard-heartedness sway him.

Moses was a bold, unflinching ambassador for G-d even at the possible cost of his life.

 

As G-d was with Moses and Aaron and showed His incredible power to an unrelenting Pharaoh through them, so G-d will be with you in every situation you face.

Like Moses and Aaron, be bold to proclaim the only true G-d, ‘Adonai’.

Be bold to proclaim Yeshua, the Saviour of the world, and be bold to proclaim the gospel to all people beginning with Jewish people, trusting that as ‘Adonai’ took the children of Israel from slavery and bondage to freedom then, He will take Jewish people today from slavery and bondage to sin and death to the wonderful freedom that comes through Yeshua, the Jewish Saviour of the world.

No miracle is greater than that of salvation, leading a person to freedom from sin and death to forgiveness and everlasting life.

However, let us always remember that salvation begins with the Jewish people. Yeshua Himself says in John 4:22: “You worship what you do not know; we know what we worship, for salvation is of the Jews.”

Both Pharaoh’s servants as well as the Egyptian people recognized that Moses was the servant of the only true G-d, the G-d of Israel.

Moses showed confidence and absolute trust in G-d, and he allowed G-d to direct every one of his and Aaron’s steps.

Moses came across with G-d’s authority, and Moses did not let Pharaoh’s heard-heartedness sway him.

Moses was a bold, unflinching ambassador for G-d even at the possible cost of his life.

How about you?

Do you show confidence and absolute trust in Almighty G-d?

Do you allow G-d to direct every one of your steps in a given situation or do you operate in your own strength?

Do you come across with G-d’s authority or do you side with the world?

Do you stand for G-d and for Yeshua with boldness no matter the cost?

Are you a bold, unflinching ambassador for ‘Adonai’ and for Yeshua no matter the cost?

1 Peter 2:9 declares: “But you are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, His own special people, that you may proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvellous light”

Yeshua saved you out of the hand of Satan the day you came to faith in Him, telling Satan: “Let my people (you) go that they may serve Me”. And as ‘Adonai’ made a public spectacle of Pharaoh and the gods of Egypt, so Yeshua made a public spectacle of Satan and his demons on the Cross.

And as ‘Adonai told Pharaoh: “I will make a difference between My people and your people”, so Yeshua has made a difference between you and the world.

And like Moses, you have G-d’s full backing behind you. And you are His servants who He is using to redeem His chosen people, His original messengers, His people through whom salvation came to the Gentiles, the Jewish people.

I now want to address all who are not born again followers of Yeshua – including my Jewish brothers and sisters: G-d is extending an invitation to you to live righteous blameless and holy lives…and this can only happen through Yeshua. In fact, Joel 2:32 declares: “whoever calls on the name of the LORD shall be saved.”

Accepting Yeshua’s gift of salvation will bring about your ultimate redemption, guaranteeing you eternal life in heaven. 

To my Jewish brothers and sisters, ‘Adonai’ told Pharaoh: “I will make a difference between My people and your people”. And to this day, you are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, His own special people.

And you are the original messengers who not only showed Almighty G-d to the world, but you are the original messengers who showed the Jewish Messiah, Yeshua to the world.

You see, the first Christians were all Jewish.

And ‘Adonai’ wants you to proclaim the praises of Yeshua who called you out of darkness into His marvellous light”.

Will you accept G-d’s invitation? Will you commit your life to Yeshua, who lovingly and faithfully endured the cross for you and for me, accepting Him as your Messiah, your Saviour? This is the only way to salvation, as only through Yeshua can one’s sins be forgiven and one’s soul be atoned for – or saved.

To accept G-d’s gift of the forgiveness of sin, salvation and everlasting life in heaven, all you need to do is confess your sins, repent of them, and ask Yeshua to come into your life as your Messiah, your Saviour. 

And you can do this by praying the following prayer:

Thank you Yeshua for Your love for me. Thank you for giving up Your life on the Cross for me and for taking my sins upon Yourself.

I confess that I have sinned and I repent of my sins and I turn from everything I know to be wrong.

I invite You to come into my life as my Messiah, my Saviour, and by Your grace I will serve You all the remaining years of my life.

And then, as G-d’s chosen people, be a bold, unflinching ambassador for ‘Adonai’ and for Yeshua, the Jewish Messiah.

 

 

 

Words from our leadership

Vision Statement

Ministering the truth of the gospel to the Jewish people and the truth of the Jewish people and Israel to the church.

Manfred Nochomowitz

Jewish people are not just 'another people group'; they are the most strategic people group.

Bible Reading for today

And that the remission of sins should be preached in His Name to all nations, beginning at Jerusalem...

Luke 24:47

For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ for it is the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes, for the Jew first and also for the Greek..

Rom 1:16

For by Grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is a gift of God, not of works, least anyone should boast...

Eph 2:8-9