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Azariyah Yashra'al
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Ghostface Killah - Love Don't Live Here No More by Tommy Boy on #SoundCloud

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Stop Lying!!!!
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Yet, they love to lable you an "agent" or "coon" when you speak against what they are trying to do right??? When we know that Amalak and company had dealings with the enemy, then Kittim conquered and raped all these people...leave it to Judah to start lies and continue to keep Goyim thinking they are a tribe, when they're what they're Father is (Amalak, Kittim, Hittite, Etc.) They still have a chance, but they ain't of the 12 of Yasrhaãl. In fact, why are they still enslaving the AFRO-portions of the communities???😀😀😀😕😕😕#False Charts

Argue if you want I will post Vids with all these camps violating of you decide to aruge. Shut it down. Dont add to Scripture.
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Torah in Hebrew, better known as Instructions from Yahuah are the "foundation" upon which we are to build our faith. The Hebrew word, torah (תורה), is derived from a root that was used in the realm of archery, yareh (ירה). Yareh means to shoot an arrow in order to hit a mark. 

The mark or target, of course, was the object at which the archer was aiming. Consequently, torah, one of the nouns derived from this root, is, therefore, the arrow aimed at the mark, The target is the truth about Yahuah and how one relates to Him. The torah is, therefore, in the strict sense instruction designed to teach us the truth about Yahuah. Torah means direction, teaching, instruction, or doctrine. 

Most true believers would agree that the Torah is the foundation for understanding the rest of the Tanakh (Old Testament) and the New Covenant Scriptures. The Tanakh (Old Testament) is the only true Scriptural source for a "foundation" that can lead to deeper understanding of the will of Yahuah. As the messiah said: it is like a person building a house, who dug a deep hole to lay the foundation on solid rock. When a flood came, the floodwaters pushed against that house but couldn't shake it, because it had been founded on the rock. The Torah/Tanakh is our solid Foundation, which we build our Belief upon.

The Torah alone should be the starting point for building a faith foundation after your rebirth in Yahusha the Messiah. The Torah/Tanahk is the foundational revelation about the nature of Yahuah and His redemptive dealings with mankind. 

The New Covenant Scriptures are therefore a continuation of the Torah/Tanakh in that they complete the revelation of the Tanakh. How so? We must remember the Torah was a shadow and pattern of good things to come. All concepts and doctrines developed in the New Covenant Scriptures are "already revealed in the Torah"; as shadows of what would come.

If your faith isn't based upon the foundation of the Torah/Tanakh, then you need to seriously consider studying the Torah diligently for yourself to see what Yahuah’s Torah/Tanakh says. If your foundation is built predominantly upon Scriptures from the New Covenant alone, then you will have a less than ideal understanding of Yahuah's Scriptures and His will for your life. This less than ideal understanding will exist because you will lack the proper foundational understanding to interpret the rest of the Torah/Tanakh and New Covenant Scriptures correctly.

Bottom-line, it will be impossible to fully comprehend the New Covenant Scriptures without a proper foundation from the Torah/Tanakh. No wonder Yahusha said, "I have not come to destroy the Law (literally meaning, to do away with), I have come to fulfill the Law (literally meaning, "I have come to explain and interpret the Torah to you correctly")". Therefore, "everything" in the New Covenant Scriptures is founded in the Torah/Tanakh.

For a Deeper Study of the Covenants read:
http://www.yahuahkingdom.com/uploads/8/3/6/9/8369443/covenants.pdf
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5 And one of the elders said to me:
Do not weep. Behold, the Lion being of
the tribe of Judah, the Root of David,
conquered so as to open the scroll, and
to loose its seven seals. (Gen 49:9-12,
Is 11:1, 10)
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