of our teaching:
considering the many teachings and private individual concepts and opinions in the world today concerning sacred
knowledge; it is our conclusion that the best way to present the TRUE knowledge of the Creator and His purpose is to tell
it simply and clearly. Then you may investigate, examine and research for yourself to see whether or not what we are saying
is true. If you already know the specific way to learn of Him,
then by your own efforts you will be able to discover for yourself the validity of the "substance. . .and evidence"
presented here. Yes! The Creator Himself has given us a divine pattern to go by, and revealed a specific way we must follow
in order to learn of Him. Therefore if you continue with us, it is possible to gain correct knowledge of the divine tools
which can help one to understand correctly the "thoughts and ways" of our Creator, then you too will be qualified
to examine spiritual concepts and clearly discern for yourself what is true from what is faults.
the Jewish Messiah spoke to the religious leaders and lawyers of his day, he told them to "search
the scriptures", because those scriptures testified of him. That was how they would know who he
was and by what power he was able to do the wonderous works he did. Then later, after his crucifixion and resurrection, the
messiah chose the man Saul, and made him an apostle also. And the Holy Spirit spoke through him and said---
prove [test] all things and accept that which is true
(1 Thessalonians 5:20).
That is why we are given the proper learning
tools and these particular scriptures--the Law (the 5 books of Moses)
and the Testimonies (the writings of holy Prophets). Those were the source of sacred knowledge and
still are today, for Orthodox Jews (Israelites or Hebrews) who were made to be the stewards of the original source of knowledge
and instruction to live by. It had been that way for about 1500 years before the messiah was born into this physical world.
But the Messiah told those leaders and teachers of his day, to search those scriptures, and especially to begin
at Moses because he wrote of him (the Messiah).
But WAIT ! We have a problem here.
HOW -- How do we search those scriptures?
-- And how do we know for sure what they mean?
this statement written in the book of Isaiah...
Whom shall he teach knowledge? and whom shall he make to understand doctrine?
Them that are weaned from the milk, and drawn from
the breasts: For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, and there
a little: For with stammering lips and another tongue will he speak to this people.
That describes a learning process
that is possible for almost anyone to participate in, but only after they no longer need or are bound to milk only.
This is another very important point, because this part of the learning process is very orderly and it requires us to learn
the discipline in following instructions. For some people that could be a big problem, but here are the facts. This teaching is all carefully described
in the scriptures and the writings of the apostles; but it cannot be recognize or embraced unless someone shows you HOW to
do it. And Saul spoke concerning this necessity by saying,
. . . we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, even the hidden wisdom,
which God ordained before the world unto our glory: Which none of the princes of this world knew: for had they known
it, they would not have crucified the Lord of glory.
The Messiah himself began at Moses, when it was time for him to teach his disciples
his own death, burial, and resurrection. And then after Pentecost, the apostles, and later Saul, used those same sacred
scriptures as the source of their knowledge and the basis for their preaching and teaching. That is how we know that
we must also begin at Moses just as the Messiah told those Jewish leaders and teachers, because they were questioning who
he was and his authority. Remember what he told them---
I have come in my Father’s name, and you do not accept me; but if someone else comes in his own name, you
will accept him. How can you believe if you accept praise from one another, yet make no effort to obtain the praise
that comes from the only GOD? “But do not think I will accuse you before the Father. Your accuser is Moses, on
whom your hopes are set. If you had believed Moses, you would believe me, for he wrote about me. But since you
do not believe what he wrote, how are you going to believe what I say?”
John 5:43-47, 1984 (NIV1984)
do not need any interpretation for those instructions. And
when we do check back into the books of Moses, we find that it's in
Exodus chapter 3 where we find the Creator introducing Himself to the man, Moses. This is a critical junction point,
and it must be recognized for what it is. It is the beginning of our (the world’s) knowledge of the Creator.
Right now you may dispute what we are saying, but please bear with me,
please consider what the Holy Spirit expresses in these words . . .
The Lord executeth righteousness
and judgment for all that are oppressed.
He made known his ways unto Moses,
his acts unto the children of Israel.
After forty years of wandering in the desert Moses tells these words to the children of Israel,
For ask now of the days that are past, which were before
you, since the day that God created man on the earth, and from the one end of the sky to the other, whether there has been
anything as this great thing is, or has been heard like it? Did a people ever hear the voice of God speaking out of the middle
of the fire, as you have heard, and live? Or has God tried to go and take a nation for himself from among another nation,
by trials, by signs, by wonders, by war, by a mighty hand, by an outstretched arm, and by great terrors, according to all
that Yahweh your God did for you in Egypt before your eyes? It was shown to you so that you might know that Yahweh is God.
There is no one else besides him.
About 1500 years later a man by the name of Saul of Tarsus wrote these words after receiving the Holy Spirit.
Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed
it unto them. For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things
that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse;...
You are a dear and precious Soul, please reflect deeply upon what we have
just related to you. And be encouraged to do the research, and maybe even re-read Exodus chapters 3, 4, 5, and 6. We do not
mean to imply that you are not knowledgeable about these things. But our intention is for us to be looking at these things
from the same vantage point: because we wish for you to see what we are looking at--especially HOW we are looking at it and
using the bible tools we have mentioned. And please remember the words of Saul---
Be diligent to present yourself approved
to God, a worker
who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.
2 Timothy 2:15, (NKJV)
We also encourage you to please use a good dictionary and maybe an encyclopedia,
to diligently investigate the name, “YAHWEH” and the divine title, "ELOHIM,” because
these two words are especially sacred. Without knowing the importance of the name, Yahweh and title Elohim there
is absolutely no way to gain the correct and true understanding of what is recorded in the Hebrew sacred writings, the Holy
Bible (Old Testament and the New Testament).
questions that need to be considered, as we read the record and
reports given to us in the context of the Hebrew sacred writings. Non-Jews commonly refer to these writings
as the “Holy Bible.” So questions of importance that we need to consider may be prompted by these five words:
What, Why, Where, When, Who, plus How and Importance or In conclusion, what does this all have to do with me? These
key words prompt extremely important questions to ask to examine subjects and materials in order to gain accurate insight
into the nature of the Creator, His thoughts and the unfolding of His purpose.
The apostle Saul in his letter to the believers in Rome, wrote that the threefold supernal nature of GOD
and His eternal power could be
by the things that are made."
This particular insight is taken
from Romans 1:19-20, and is a most profound mystery for anyone who does not know and understand the purpose and functioning
of the "pattern of heavenly things" (Hebrews 8:4-5). That "pattern" is
the tabernacle that Moses had the children of Israel build in the wilderness. It is one of the three things that was
specifically made according to a direct command from Yahweh (the other two: the Ark built by Noah and the Temple built by
King Solomon), and they were all made according to a pattern (a divine principle). And it is that Pattern or principle
that unifies students and causes people to "see eye to eye"
and to be at peace in their own mind and heart with others.
what I am saying here is that we must begin our study with the experiences of Moses, BECAUSE that is where the Creator FIRST began to reveal the knowledge of Himself
to mankind, and to have that knowledge recorded. And as a student (disciple) a person MUST ALSO LEARN about
the “ PATTERN of heavenly things ” mentioned above, because that is the only WAY for knowing the structure,
systematic arrangement and operation of the events in the history of mankind as recorded in the Holy Bible. That is
why a description of this divine Tabernacle Pattern can be found fully recorded beginning with the Book of Exodus 25:8-9. . .
And let them make me a sanctuary;
that I may dwell among them. According to all that I show you, after the pattern of the tabernacle, and the pattern of all
the instruments thereof, even so shall ye make it. . . . (verse 40) And look, see that you make them after their pattern,
which was shown to you in the mount.
And it is further recorded that through
Moses and the children of Israel, the Creator has PRESERVED for us a detailed record and description of creation (the universe,
times and seasons, and the ordering of events relating to land, people and nations according to His Eternal Purpose) with
a full explanation of how and why He caused these things it to be).
Yes! The Bible is a mystery book, and a stumbling block for many, because it is a volume of writings that contain hidden wisdom
and a Divine Pattern and two other keys to access answers and unlock the mysteries. And YES! There are problems with the credibility
of the writings, because they are not a normal kind of literary work. But the one who authorized them to be written is in
total control of their destiny. Remember, it is the product of and comes from the Creator of this huge Universe we live in.
Listen to His words:
“For my thoughts are not your thoughts,
neither are your ways my ways,”
“As the heavens are higher than the earth,
so are my ways higher than your ways
and my thoughts than your thoughts.
Isaiah 55:8-9 (NIV)
it is recorded in another place . . . And I am come . . .
Moreover he said,
I am the God of thy father, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob. And Moses hid his face; for he was
afraid to look upon God.
And the Lord said, I have surely seen the affliction of my people which are in Egypt,
and have heard their cry by reason of their taskmasters; for I know their sorrows; And I am come down to
deliver them out of the hand of the Egyptians, and to bring them up out of that land unto a good land and a large, unto a
land flowing with milk and honey; . . .
Exodus 3:6-8 (KJV)
Therefore we encourage you to think on these things. Consider what you know and believe;
and then ask questions. Please come back and study with us. Ask the questions so you might learn and grow and learn HOW to
know what is true. So you may become skillful and able to see and know the LORD as He really is and actually exists
for yourself--for your own satisfaction--and salvation.
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so please bear with us. Much like a fetus in the womb: our campus and studies are formed and
developed according to the tabernacle-pattern which serves as a universal principle. Because the pattern, as a principle, is a threefold
structure; therefore the development
of our university and learning programs are also arranged in three parts.
Once our programs are completed the student or learner should be greatly benefited from this structured and systematic way of learning. The Book of Exodus
is the source for our direction in this task (see Exodus 25:8-9, 40; Hebrews 8:3-5).