Land of the Hebrews 6 Pt 2

 

…………………………Crossing the River Jordan…………….

 Walk down the Via Dolorosa, Hebrews 6, together, in the dusty streets of Jerusalem around 33 AD.

My own mind is my own church

 The path is very narrow

Take my Hand and walk with me and He will carry us thru

Reach out and touch God
Your own personal Father
He hears your heart
Someone who cares
Your own personal Father
Someone who cares
Someone who’s there
When you’re feeling unknown
And you’re all alone
Flesh and blood
By the telephone
Lift up the receiver
I’ll make you a believer
First time around
Put me to the test
Things on your chest
Still need to confess
He will deliver
He will forgive
Reach out and touch him
Feeling unknown
When you’re all alone
Flesh and blood
By the telephone
Lift up the receiver
I’ll make you a believer
I will deliver
You know I’m a forgiver
Reach out and touch God
Your own personal Father
Reach out and touch him

@RFT2019

Khabouris Codex Cannon 3rd Century New Testament

Hebrews 6

3:19-b …..able to enter in, because they did not believe.

6:3 If the Lord permit, we will do this.6:4 But they who once unto baptism have descended, 5 and have tasted the gift
which is from heaven, and have received the Spirit of Holiness,

6:5 and have tasted the good word of Aloha, and the power of the world to
come,

Your individual world(s) is coming look at Heb. 11: 3,KJV,  it is a matter of what you believe.


Note: 5 Honun d’chado zaban l’mahmuditho nechathu. The Greek reads, Tous apax photisthentas, ” they who have been
once enlightened.” The rendering of the Peschito here harmonizes with the emblematical way of speaking of baptism, as the
mysterion photismatos, ” the sacrament of illumination, ” that prevailed in the ancient church; and to which an allusion is
made so early as the middle of the second century, in the Apology of Justin Martyr. (Apol. i. cap. 80.) The epithet of “the
illuminated” might have been applied to the baptized, in primitive days, both because the administration of the ordinance
betokened a recognition, on the part of the church, of a certain measure of divine knowledge in the candidate, as well as that
it was in itself a medium through which the BELIEVER had the privilege of receiving more of the illuminating grace of the Holy
Spirit. Still we have no evidence that, in the tous photisthentus of the Greek text, there was any specific allusion to baptism. In
this and the parallel place, in chap. x. 32, the Greek phrase plainly refers to inward and spiritual illumination,-or, as it is
expressed in the explanatory terms of verse 26 of that chapter, the receiving the knowledge of the truth.


6:2 and for the doctrine of ablution

Water baptisms performed by mans churches falls within the realm of ablution it is up to you the believer to become immersed in the illuminating grace of the Holy Word.  Again I want to caution the word Holy Spirit in the Aramaic canon means,”Received his goodness”.  You can not receive goodness from the tongues of man.  I take a bath everyday in the Word: Why would I want to take a bath with the altars of man?


God rested from his creation (you) in the Garden of Eden.  Your still tilling in the Garden of Man, East of Eden, were you have no rest from the animals around you destroying your Garden, memories of Cain.

Happy Trails Till We Meet Again
He sent you two witness at to your gate,
( Your gate is your eyes the narrow path to your soul)

Listen to Your Heart

 Peace and Quiet

Guarded by

the

Old

“Rattlesnake King”

Hell on Wheels<>I<>Spearhead

Ist. Armoured Div

Lord chose me, I chose you