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Join me as I bring forth the Biblical root and truth's to believers' lives while celebrating Jesus as Kings, L-RD, and Messiah!!! IRF - Bearing The Burden is hosted by Pastor and Rabbi Billy Elias. FOR MORE INFORMATION EMAIL US - Ilanfellowship@gmail.com

IRF - Bearing The Burden Billy Elias

    • Religion & Spirituality

Join me as I bring forth the Biblical root and truth's to believers' lives while celebrating Jesus as Kings, L-RD, and Messiah!!! IRF - Bearing The Burden is hosted by Pastor and Rabbi Billy Elias. FOR MORE INFORMATION EMAIL US - Ilanfellowship@gmail.com

    THE MESSIANIC DILEMMA PART 2-B

    THE MESSIANIC DILEMMA PART 2-B

    Romans 8:15 15 For you did not receive a spirit of slavery to bring you back again into fear; on the contrary, you received the Spirit, who makes us sons and by whose power we cry out, “Abba!” (that is, “Dear Father!”).

    In the latter text, Shaul (also known as Paul) provides an introductory lesson on being a natural-born son versus being adopted. In numerous translations, the expression adopted sons is commonly used. Paul, however, doesn’t use the word for adoption. The rationale behind not doing it is not based on it being wrong but on the fact that it is implied. Signifying more than our transformation from spiritual death to life as children of God, the phrase “adopted” carries a deeper meaning. This meaning encompasses more than transforming from being a gentile in the flesh to embracing Jewishness in the Spirit. Paul acknowledges further revelations as he concludes this sentence, expressing his awe with the exclamation, “Abba!” (that is, Dear Father!”)
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    • 11 min
    THE MESSIAH DILEMMA PART 2-A

    THE MESSIAH DILEMMA PART 2-A

    Romans 8:15 15 For you did not receive a spirit of slavery to bring you back again into fear; on the contrary, you received the Spirit, who makes us sons and by whose power we cry out, “Abba!” (that is, “Dear Father!”).

    In the latter text, Shaul (also known as Paul) provides an introductory lesson on being a natural-born son versus being adopted. In numerous translations, the expression adopted sons is commonly used. Paul, however, doesn’t use the word for adoption. The rationale behind not doing it is not based on it being wrong but on the fact that it is implied. Signifying more than our transformation from spiritual death to life as children of God, the phrase “adopted” carries a deeper meaning. This meaning encompasses more than transforming from being a gentile in the flesh to embracing Jewishness in the Spirit. Paul acknowledges further revelations as he concludes this sentence, expressing his awe with the exclamation, “Abba!” (that is, Dear Father!”)
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    (732) 314 – 1956
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    • 24 min
    THE MESSIAH DILEMMA PART 1-B

    THE MESSIAH DILEMMA PART 1-B

    It is essential to note that this study does not sway from the truth that Jesus is The Messiah of all mankind. There is no departure from that truth! Anything contrary is a heretical belief that can lead to eternal destruction. Rather, this explains why today’s Jewish theology, indeed the first-century theology, does not believe in Yeshua (Jesus) as the Messiah.

    Throughout the Tanakh, a messiah with prophetic, priestly, and kingly attributes was expected. And when interpreting the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Qumran community’s theology didn’t differ. The Qumran community was a group of highly zealous Jews striving to follow and achieve intimacy with God. Despite their fervor, it is essential to note that they were not studying from an established Jewish canon. Additionally, the absence of an established canon during the Qumran era makes it difficult to reconstruct which writings were deemed as scripture and which were not. However, the Qumran did profoundly believe that Ha Maschiach, The Messiah, would come with three attributes.
    1) Priest
    2) King
    3) Prophet
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    • 19 min
    THE MESSIAH DILEMMA PART 1-A

    THE MESSIAH DILEMMA PART 1-A

    It is essential to note that this study does not sway from the truth that Jesus is The Messiah of all mankind. There is no departure from that truth! Anything contrary is a heretical belief that can lead to eternal destruction. Rather, this explains why today’s Jewish theology, indeed the first-century theology, does not believe in Yeshua (Jesus) as the Messiah.

    Throughout the Tanakh, a messiah with prophetic, priestly, and kingly attributes was expected. And when interpreting the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Qumran community’s theology didn’t differ. The Qumran community was a group of highly zealous Jews striving to follow and achieve intimacy with God. Despite their fervor, it is essential to note that they were not studying from an established Jewish canon. Additionally, the absence of an established canon during the Qumran era makes it difficult to reconstruct which writings were deemed as scripture and which were not. However, the Qumran did profoundly believe that Ha Maschiach, The Messiah, would come with three attributes.
    1) Priest
    2) King
    3) Prophet
    ***DON’T FORGET TO LIKE AND HIT THE SUBSCRIBE BUTTON! ***
    (732) 314 – 1956
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    On FB @ilanrestorationfellowship

    • 21 min
    Ha Shedim (The Demons) - MYTHOLOGY- Part 1D-MEDIEVAL ERA

    Ha Shedim (The Demons) - MYTHOLOGY- Part 1D-MEDIEVAL ERA

    Learn where several legends and superstitions became household beliefs, influenced by Nordic and Germanic culture.
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    (732) 314 – 1956
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    • 17 min
    Ha Shedim (The Demons) - MYTHOLOGY- Part 1C- MYTHOLOGY V. TRUTH

    Ha Shedim (The Demons) - MYTHOLOGY- Part 1C- MYTHOLOGY V. TRUTH

    Discover some ancient Babylonian, Mesopotamian, and Kabbalistic beliefs that corrupted what scripture has to say about the enemy.
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    (732) 314 – 1956
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    • 9 min

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