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Saturday, November 28, 2015

Yahweh's Law On Usury

First, a little on the Father's law
Throughout the Bible there are many references to the fact that Father Yahweh's laws were in effect in the beginning of time, just as they are still in effect today. Many contemporary churches in Connecticut, will tell you that the Messiah did away with Father Yahweh's (God's) laws, or that Yahweh's laws are no longer important enough to follow. 

The Pastors of these same churches parrot what they hear from others and state that all that's important is for you just love Jesus and ask him into your heart. There's no place in the Bible that states Jesus walked around telling people to ask him into their heart, or that Father Yahweh's moral laws have been done away with. If it were true that the Fathers Laws have been done away with, as being Christian Israelite's, we would have no moral compass and there could be no sin because the Bible tells us that sin is the transgression of Yahweh's law; 1 John 3:4, and we would literally have to look to the edicts of mans government to guide morality. So in a nut shell, it's not a matter of who we love and ask into our heart, but rather it's a matter of who's laws we love enough to obey.


The Messiah (Jesus), stated in Matthew 5:17-20that he did not come to destroy the Father's law, but rather to fulfill the Father's law. He also taught that if anyone would break the commandments of God (Ten Commandments), and teach men to do so likewise, then they will be called the least in the Kingdom of Heaven.

Father Yahweh's laws are based upon the two commandments of both loving God and loving your neighbor. Mark 12:30-31 These two are the core that make God's laws; Matthew 22:40. There are approximately 614 laws to follow as Israelite Christians. If you put both God and neighbor first, then the rest of his laws should become automatic without explanation. Most of his laws are directed collectively to the government of Israel and how to deal with non-Israleites, rather than to the individual. 

Yahweh's Law on Usury...
One such law that should be automatic is to not charge usury (interest) to your neighbor on loans. Your neighbor of course are Hebrew/Israelites and are not hordes of non-Israelites and perverts that mans law claims are the same as Israelites.

Some of the verses that clearly state not to charge interest to Israelite neighbors are:

There are many verses that show Yahwehs laws are contrary to usury. But, when pastors teach the laws have been done away with, it leaves many Israelites and churches for that matter borrowing money and going into debt on everything thing they own, making themselves slaves to our current Babylonian system that we now live under; Proverbs 22:7.

The Jewish-Christian (Judeo) argument for usury comes from one mistranslated example in Matthew 25:14-28. For those who are familiar with the passage of the Parable of the Talents will quickly point to verse 28 to try to show that it's now OK for people to charge usury to his Israelite neighbor, because the Messiah told the servant with one talent that he should have at least given his one talent to the money changers to collect interest on which of course goes directly against all the verses mentioned above.
Common sense would tell you that if the Messiah broke his Father's law by telling his servant to collect interest on his money, he would be breaking the law of usury, he would be contradicting himself, he would not be a sinless redeemer of Israel, and by his own words, he would called the least in the Kingdom of Heaven :  Matthew 5:19

I have stated before in this blog, that it's my opinion that there are many translational errors in all Bibles including the King James Bible. In fact, I have never seen a translation of the Bible that didn't contain errors. The Word of God is perfect. The men who translate the Bible and monkey around with the words in order to make it say something opposite of what it really states are not perfect.
In this parable the servant described the Messiah as a man who was stealing by reaping what he did not sow; Luke 19:21Although we are to judge according to the Bible, we are instructed to judge righteously, which the servant did not do; John 7:24

The Messiah judged the servant according to his own words as it states in Luke 19:22 and just as he promises us he will do to all in Matthew 7:1-2, It states, that if you judge others than you will be judged by the same standard that you are judging. He told the servant, that if what he was saying was true, being that he was mean and was a thief, then him being his servant, he should have at the very least stolen more money for his master by giving his talent to a bank to collect interest on. So even by the servants own words, he was not obeying the Fathers law. This statement of collecting interest from the Messiah was not a directive, but rather it was a judgement where the servant was being judged by his own words.
So one may ask me what does this have to do with the statement above, in the second paragraph when I stated that "if you teach men not to follow the Ten Commandments, or teach the law has been done away with?" 

Quite simply, if you read the verses above, and then read the parable in the proper context, you will come to realize that usury violates the 8th Commandment and it's theft.

Praise the Lord for his laws that are in effect today, that I also have a hard time following. It's only by the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ that our violations of Yahweh's law are covered. I pray that all Israel, that truly have a calling from the Father, will follow his laws as perfect as humanly possible and earnestly seek his face.

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
2 Chronicles 7:14



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