The 2,000 Years of Messiah

This article demonstrates how the Hebrew letters in the opening verses of Genesis reveal the 6,000 year plan of human history, including the 2,000 ‘years of Messiah’ in which we now live. These insights are based upon ancient rabbinic writings including the Talmud. Click the link below to read about these amazing insights.

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  1. by Charlotte Gunther

    On December 18, 2012

    Yes, Come Yeshua HaMashiach!

  2. by Tom Rudd

    On December 25, 2012

    I have doubts about the certainty of NOT losing ones’ salvation.
    I am aware of “None shall be taken from my hand” or ” None can be taken from those I have been given.” ( I am paraphrasing.)
    Is that what was suggested or am I misunderstanding.
    The REST that is spoken of; isnt it also the Sabbath?
    The thousand year reign ?

  3. by L. Grant Luton

    On December 28, 2012

    Tom, I think my primary contention is with the term “lose”, as if one’s salvation can be misplaced like one’s car keys, or lost like a pair of gloves. And, sadly, there are those who teach that our salvation is just this delicate and tenuous. It is my belief that one’s salvation cannot be ‘lost’ so much as it can be disowned. That is a completely different dynamic.

  4. by Tom Rudd

    On December 30, 2012

    I agree 100%.
    Thanks for the wonderful message in Hebrews.

  5. by je rome

    On February 16, 2013

    I know we can not lose our salvation but what about giving it up? While no man can pluck us from his hand (or no one more properly) I think we can step out of his hand. Foolish, yep, but we have a choice otherwise we become little more than robots with no real ability to love. HaShem does not want programmed computers saying “I love you” just like parents do not want false affections.
    So HaShem gave us freedom to choose him or reject him at any time so that our love can be real. (These are just my opinions based on my belief that all emotion, reason etc is a dim reflection of HaShem’s.)

  6. by L. Grant Luton

    On February 17, 2013

    Je, You bring up some great questions and I don’t claim to have the answers, but let me share just two thoughts. First, how is stepping ‘out of His hand’, or giving up our salvation any different from what Adam and Eve did? And yet God pursued them and their children across the ages. Second, I wonder if those who have abandoned their salvation truly abandoned “it”, or merely some false notion of what salvation truly is. Our spiritual eyesight is very limited, and so we must wait to see what God is doing just over the horizon. He may have bigger plans than we suspect. Eventually we will have all of our questions answered!

  7. by pieter janse van rensburg

    On January 2, 2014

    Something else is the name of Messiah in the fist sentence, center word. In Revelation Messiah calls himself the alpha and the omega. As the statement was in Hebrew it was aleph tav which is also the name of the central lamp of the menora. Makes you think.

  8. by Jan Ross

    On February 28, 2014

    This is amazing! Thank you for your insight and for “cutting” the Word for us to shed “Light” on words that contain such profound truth!

  9. by deb

    On January 29, 2015

    Hmm about losing our Salvation , what I have learned is: Did we have it to begin with~

  10. by L. Grant Luton

    On January 29, 2015

    Great question. But we must remember that our salvation is not a thing a thing that can be lost, but a person who seeks those who are lost.

  11. by deb

    On February 4, 2015

    Yeshua literally means “salvation” as in what He supplies to those who believe in Him. In Matthew 1:21 the Gospel reads, “…and you are to give Him the name Yeshua, because He will save His people from their sins.” And He did. And He is. And He will.

    Iam sorry I didnt mean to use the word as IT.. thank you for your comment
    he picture meaning for ישוע “Yeshua” is as follows:

    Yood: י Yahweh, God in His capacity of mercy and grace
    Shin: ש Shaddai, God in His capacity as judge
    Vav: ו Nail, “and”, to add, to secure
    Ayin: ע eye, to see, know, experience

    Yeshua: Mercy, grace and judgment secured by knowledge and experience. To know Yeshua is to know God in His mercy, grace and judgment. Yeshua came once to bring mercy or salvation. He will come again to bring judgment. In His own words as recorded by John He says:

    Joh 12:47 “And if anyone hears My words and does not believe, I do not judge him; for I did not come to judge the world but to save the world. 48 “He who rejects Me, and does not receive My words, has that which judges him–the word that I have spoken will judge him in the last day. (NKJV)

  12. by brother aike

    On June 21, 2018

    Thank you bethtikkun and teacher Grant Luton.
    I have downloaded most of the torah teachings in Audio. I used to play and learn from it while Im driving my car especially when its trafic here in Manila Philippines. The torah movement here is flourishing.

    brother aike
    aike mesias ( facebook page)

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