Why am I Blogging?

Welcome to my Blog.

This blog is not just about Messianic Judaism, it is about God. The God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and the only God that there is.

It is also about what He says. You see, God gave us rules, regulations and laws that we, those who say we believe in Him and follow Him, should obey.

There are not rules for Jews and rules for Gentiles, there are just rules. Rules for everyone.

That’s the point, you see: God has no religion.

I started this blog-Ministry (if you will allow me to call it that) as a means for getting the truth about God out there. When I was in Sales and people would meet me at their door saying, “It doesn’t matter what you say, I am not buying anything”, I would reply, “Fine- it’s your money, I won’t tell you what to do with it. However, let me ask you something- do you make important decisions without any knowledge of what you are buying?” When they would say of course not, then I would say, “That’s all I am here to do- give you the knowledge so that whenever you make a decision, it is based on good information.”

That is what this blog and what my book are all about- giving you the best information I can, led by the Holy Spirit, so that whatever decision you make about God and how to worship Him, is based on good information.

I hope you find these entries to be entertaining, informative and more than anything else, I pray these blogs make you wonder about what you may have been told about God, His Word and who it applies to.

Remember this: when Judgment Day comes, and we tell the Almighty that we were only doing what we were told He wanted, I think He may say something like, ”I understand, but what matters is what I say, not what they say, and that’s why I had Moshe (Moses) write it down for you. So, moving on…. Here’s your SPF10000, have a lousy Eternity. Next?”

That’s why I read His word every day and let His Rauch HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) lead me.

Make your own decisions because whatever you do, it’s accredited to you as your decision.

 

Comments

  1. Steven R. Bruck
    Will January 29, 2017 at 02:38

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    sam June 12, 2015 at 16:59

    Yes, and As many as they wanted!
    Refer to Gen 6:1-4. To further investigate, refer also to ‘The book of Enoch’ As found in the dead sea scrolls. The Nephalim were the offspring of these Un-Godly unions (Angels and Humans). The were giants as in very tall, but the word for them is Nephalim (Fallen ones). The Anakim were also Nephalim, apparently there was also genetic hybrid fertilization going on even after the flood as recorded in numbers, The giants. Peter refers to The Angels who sinned as being in Tarturus. Keep this in mind, Jesus said “As it was in the days of Noah so shall the coming of the son of man be” I’m sure if Jesus meant that it would be an evil day like then, then we all better get life vests on, but that is not what he meant. He meant something all together more than just the evil of that day. Our Father destroyed the world because the human race was compromised except for one man and his sons and their wives.

    • Steven R. Bruck
      Steven R. Bruck June 12, 2015 at 17:43

      Thankyou, Sam, for your comments. I made a copy of this on the actual post that it refers to from 6/12.

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      I went to wordpress.com and started my blog there. It is free, and there are upgrades if you want to pay for more options. The cost is minimal.
      You can also do a search for free web sites. Again, what you get for free is limited space and there are always options for a price, but the costs are not too bad- maybe only a few dollars a month. Word Press offers a web site for $18/yr.
      If you like what you read on Messianic Moment you can follow along and get a notification when I post, which is usually Mon-Fri, by clicking on the Follow button at the bottom right of the page.
      Good luck with your Blog.
      Steven

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    Susie Smith July 29, 2014 at 13:32

    You demonstrate that humor and midrash/serious discussion can co-exist! Thanks! I am a first time bogger.

    • Steven R. Bruck
      stevenrbruck July 29, 2014 at 15:58

      Thank you for your kind words. I hope you enjoy following along.

      Steve

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    • Steven R. Bruck
      Pam October 4, 2016 at 21:56

      God knew that it would be too much of a burden for non-Jewish believers in Yeshua (Gentiles) to try to keep the Law after they were converted from their many gods to the One God through Yeshua, and Paul said as much. The only commandments the pagan converts were to obey were to abstain from fornication, blood, things strangled and meat that had been offered to idols (if it was known and would caused another to stumble in their faith). It’s easy for a Jewish believer to tell a Gentile believer that they should keep the law, but for a former pagan such as myself, not having had the privilege of being raised in a God-conscious environment as is present in the family and community of Judaism, it is a burdensome and impossible task. The only requirement for the believer in this age of grace is to be filled with the Holy Spirit and to follow His leading in everything we do, as this sums up the Law. I agree that Nicene was the beginning of the apostasy.

      • Steven R. Bruck
        Steven R. Bruck October 5, 2016 at 06:25

        Pam,
        Thank you for your comments. I agree that following the law completely is impossible, that’s why God had to send Yeshua. On the other hand- with God, all things are possible, which means (for me) that even though I can’t completely and perfectly follow everything in the Torah (which means “teaching”, not “law”), that is no excuse to stop trying and just say, “Well, Yeshua died for my sins, it’s impossible to stop sinning, so what the heck- let’s just do what it says in Ecclesiastes: eat, drink and be merry.”
        Moses tells us that the law is not so far away and not so hard; with the guidance of the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) we can do better.
        Deuteronomy 28 tells us we receive blessings for obedience and when we reject God’s word we are left to face a cursed world on our own. If you’ll pardon me for saying this so bluntly, telling yourself you can’t do it so there’s no reason to try is a cop-out and IS rejecting God’s law. Yeshua didn’t die for us so that we didn’t have to try to honor Torah- He died for our failure when trying. We are still supposed to obey God’s word. You are misquoting Yeshua if you say being led by the Spirit and following it’s leading sums up the law- what Yeshua said was love the Lord with all your heart, soul and might and love each other- THAT sums up the Torah. And when you love God, you try to obey everything He said because you do love Him.
        May God’s Spirit continue to guide you in all your do, and may you be open to the fact that a labor of love is not burdensome.

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