What Your Pastor Never Told You About… “Sin”

Most Pastors today do not fully teach only Scriptural words or concepts. Instead, they have unknowingly embraced the re-defined word definitions of their respective Theologians.

And as a result of feeding on a mixture of truth and error, these Pastors, and the multitudes that follow them, will not be allowed to ‘enter in’ to that part of the Promised Land that is called the City of the King, according to Scripture (Matt 19:17; Rev 22:14).

Those who will not be allowed to ‘enter in’ to the City of the King, are those who will not receive their “full reward” as the apostle John warns (2John 1:8).

This is first of a series revealing the importance and simplicity of the Gospel as presented in the Scriptures, as opposed to the twisted concepts taught by the Doctrines and Commandments of Men.

For example, most Pastors and Theologians today will tell you that “Sin” is defined as “missing the mark.” But what does the Bible say?

“Whosoever committeth sin transgresseth also the law: for sin is the transgression of the law.” (1John 3:4)

This and many other Scriptures reveal that Sin is defined as “Transgression of the Law of Moses.” So, why have Theologians changed the definition of sin?

There is one simple reason. Because if satan can not prevent you from “coming out” by the Blood of the Lamb, he will try the next best thing — he will try to prevent you from “entering in.” And to do that, satan must, through deception, get rid of any New Covenant doctrines that relate to the “Law.”

The Scriptural definition of New Covenant ‘Sin’ is based on the Law of Moses. So according to satan’s devices, the Biblical definition of ‘Sin’ had to be re-defined, so that ‘Law’ could be removed from New Covenant Truth.

This will be more clearly seen in the next of the Series: “What Your Pastor Never Told You About… The Law.”

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The Feast of Tabernacles
“You shall keep the Feast of Sukkot seven days, when you have gathered in your produce. You shall rejoice in your feast because the LORD your God will bless you in all your produce and in all the work of your hands, so that you will be altogether joyful.” (Deuteronomy 16:13-15)

Those who desire to follow Yahushua Messiah are now preparing to celebrate the Biblical Feast of Tabernacles starting the 15th day of the 7th Biblical month.

Also called ‘Sukkot’ [pronounced ‘sue-coat’] and ‘Feast of Booths’ in Scripture, it is Yahuweh’s Festival of rejoicing. Then at the close of the 7-day Feast of Tabernacles, the Eighth Day celebration [Shemini Atzeret] begins. This 1-day celebration is the culmination of the fall feast-days of Yahuweh, and pictures our eternity with Messiah.

Fall Feast Schedule:The 7th Biblical month begins tentatively at sunset on 21 September 2017, depending on whether the moon is sighted in Israel by the required 2 or 3 witnesses. At the very moment of sighting, the Feast of Trumpets [‘Yom Teruah’ — the day of shouting and alarm] begins. It is at this time that we are to blow the Shofar [‘trumpet’], to announce the start of the first day of the 7th Biblical month.

The Biblical High Sabbath day of the Feast of Trumpets [‘Yom Teruah’] — will tentatively begin at sunset on 21 September 2017, and will continue until sunset the next evening. This day is a ‘High’ Sabbath day, a day of no customary work (Lev 23:24).

The Biblical High Sabbath day of the Day of Atonement [‘Yom Kippur’ — the day of reconciliation] – begins tentatively at sunset 30 September 2017, and continues until sunset the next evening of 01 October. This is a High Sabbath day, a day of no customary work (Lev 23:27-28).

The 7 days of the Biblical Feast of Tabernacles [‘Sukkot’] and the Eighth Day [Shemini] begins tentatively at sunset 5 Octoberber 2017, and continues until sunset on 13 October 2017. The first day and the eighth day are both High Sabbath days, days of no customary work (Lev 23:34-36).

Wake up! Yom Teruah is YHWH’s ‘alarm clock’ to awaken His people, to call them to prepare for Messiah’s soon return! It is the Wise Virgins who follow the examples of Yahushua and the apostle Paul, by keeping Father’s Biblical Feast Days!

The Feasts of YHWH are for ALL of Israel (God’s people), which includes those grafted-in by faith in Messiah!

The Feasts are also vital parts of the Everlasting [New] Covenant, and are vital to our perseverance in holiness! (Lev 23:2,4; Col 1:22-23) (See also Zec 14:16-20)

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