top of page

What is the Truth about Salvation?

(Currently updating from this section onwards, please bear with us)
We strongly believe that it is not our place to decide what the truth is about salvation; how to attain it and then teach others our understanding as if we are correct in our own words and comprehension. We believe that such an incredibly important topic as this can only be taught by one person, and that is, our AMAZING MESSIAH! YAHUSHUA! He is after all our Teacher and our example. He is our Rabbi, High Priest, Pastor, Shepherd, Messiah and Saviour! No other person is, right? Therefore, we choose to not teach but rather share our Teacher's words on the subject. We are disciples and He is our Teacher.

There is so much dogma, false doctrines and very dangerous teachings that have come about since the time of our Messiah and this is obviously and mostly due to the Adversary / Satan deceiving the whole world with lies and even lots of truth but mixed with lies although, it is also the fault of the pride and ego of certain humans. However, it is our heavenly Father's will that we are tested. As explained in Deuteronomy Chapters 13 & 18 YaHuWaH allows false prophets to rise up and test the heart's of the people. One such false prophet was Balaam who deceived the Israelites into worshiping and eating food sacrificed to Ba'al who eventually ended up sacrificing their babies in fire to this idol. So as we can see, this matter should not be taken lightly in the least...

Here we will simply reiterate the soul saving words of Yahushua. These are the words that lead to long life, eternal life, salvation. The publishers of the later King James versions of the Bible decided to put all of Yahushua's words in red and there is where we will put our focus.

Any person, be it a self-proclaimed apostle such as Saul / Paul, or the founder of Protestantism Martin Luther, or Joseph Smith of the Mormons etc... are not our Messiah, Teacher, Rabbi, Pastor, Messiah and Saviour. We have Yahushua and His words in red are all that matter to us, and they are very straightforward and sound teachings. We believe we do not need anyone to explain to us what Yahushua taught because, His teachings, are as clear as can be, just as His Father's are:

Deuteronomy Chapter 30 

Verses 11 to 14

"For this commandment I give you today is not too difficult for you or beyond your reach. It is not in heaven, that you should need to ask, ‘Who will ascend into heaven to get it for us and proclaim it, that we may obey it?’ And it is not beyond the sea, that you should need to ask, ‘Who will cross the see to get it for us and proclaim it, that we may obey it?’ But the word is very near you; it is in your mouth and in your heart, so that you may obey it."

There is this ridiculous notion that the Messiah came to release us from obeying the commandments (also known as the law or Torah) because they were too difficult and were just a foreshadow of the Messiah. Such ideologies are in fact in opposition with Yahushua's teachings and are very dangerous and proven incredibly destructive. This is how the Adversary works.

Considering the 45,000 denominations, the division and constant contention caused by the differing beliefs between believers in the faith it is obvious to us that something just isn't right with what is being taught regarding Yahushua and the topic of salvation and we find peace and confidence when keeping our Messiah as our only Teacher which is what He instructs us to do anyway as shown in the
Book of Matthew Chapter 23 Verse 10: "Nor are you to be called 'Teachers,' because you have only one teacher, the Messiah!" and the parable of the House on the Rock in Matthew Chapter 7 Verses 24 - 27: “Everyone then who hears these words of mine and does them will be like a wise man who built his house on the rock. And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat on that house, but it did not fall, because it had been founded on the rock. And everyone who hears these words of mine and does not do them will be like a foolish man who built his house on the sand. And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat against that house, and it fell, and great was the fall of it.”

Here we have a very clear and important teaching on salvation from Yahushua. It is so often overlooked and brushed aside that when brought to the attention of believers in the saved by faith alone through grace doctrines it is quickly ignored and refuted by a simple response such as "Well Jesus has fulfilled everything at the cross". Again, these reasonings and ideologies, in our honest opinion and through personal experiences, are very dangerous and destructive. The Greek word used to fulfil is 'Pleroo' which means to 'Complete' or 'Fill up', it doesn't mean to end or abolish. It makes absolutely no sense that Yahushua would say: "Do not think I have come to destroy the Torah/Law and the Prophets. I have not come to destroy but to end them." Think about that for a minute...He then goes on to say in Verses 18 to 20: "For truly I say to you, until heaven and earth pass away not an iota, not a dot, will pass from the Law until all is accomplished. Therefore, whoever relaxes one of the least of these commandments and teaches others to do the same will be called least in the kingdom of heaven, but whoever does them and teaches them will be called great in the kingdom of heaven. For I tell you, unless your righteousness exceeds that of the scribes and Pharisees, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven." That sounds a lot like a Faith & Works Salvation. When He says, "until ALL is accomplished" that isn't when He died and said, "it is done" it is at the end of this world that is when all is accomplished because the heavens and earth must pass away first and He speaks to the Apostle John as written in the Book of Revelation regarding believers' deeds as in doing works either good or bad i.e. obeying or disobeying the commandments of YaHuWaH as we see in these verses (Revelation 2:4-5, Revelation 2:23, Revelation 2:26, Revelation 3:2, Revelation 3:8, Revelation 3:15) and then everyone being judged by their works (Revelation 20:12).

The ultimate truth is our Messiah as with all the Prophets before Him taught that people should repent from their wicked ways, turn back to the Almighty and keep His commandments. That is what the entire scriptures of the Bible are about. In the Book of Revelation those who eat from the tree of life, keep the faith AND the commandments, and there are so many other verses that agree with this doctrine that it makes you have to question "why does the church not teach this?" Why do they keep teaching that we are saved by something that our Messiah never mentioned or taught, the doctrine of Grace?

Later in this site you will see a page about the false doctrines from the self-appointed apostle Paul and how they have been used to create the world's largest ever religion and... deception.

Some verses that agree with the Faith & Works (Obedience to Torah) salvation - Matthew 5:17-20, Matthew 7:21-23, Matthew 19:17, Luke 11:28, Luke 16:17, Mark 7:7-9 and as reiterated in James 1:22-25, 1 John 5:3, 1 John 3:4, 1 John 3:21-22, 2 John 1:6 & Revelation 14:12, then add every book in the Tanakh which total to 24 because they all teach repentance, a return to faith and belief in YaHuWaH and obedience to His commandments so that we may be blessed, have long life and be resurrected into eternal life.

Matthew Chapter 19 Verse 17

"If you wish to enter into life, obey the commandments..."

Matthew Chapter 5 Verse 30

"And if your right hand causes you to sin, cut it off and throw it away. It is better for you to lose one part of your body than for your whole body to depart into hell."

We don't think the Messiah could make it any clearer, do you?

bottom of page