Guess What I Discovered on the Way to Church?

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Xulon Press, 2007 - 428 pages
In your walk of faith, as a believer, have you ever felt that there was something missing? Have you ever wondered why the Church is so different from the Congregation in the Brit Chadasha/New Testament? Clearly, Scripture reveals that we are to walk as Yahushua/Jesus walked, but if we are honest with ourselves, we'd have to admit that our faith walk is not the same as Yahushua's, is it? What's missing and when were these things changed/replaced? Who is responsible for those changes that took us down the road to Rome, leaving Jerusalem behind? As you study your Hebrew roots and begin to "connect the dots," so to speak, a fuller picture will emerge of our Hebraic foundation and our Hebrew Savior, Rabbi Yahushua. This is a journey that will change your life forever! Are you ready for the challenge? If so, then read on! Diane L. Otto was born and raised in Franklin, Pennsylvania. She gave her heart to YHWH at 17, married at 18 and moved to California where she and her husband, John, had their five children. In California, during the eighties, she attended World Reaching Faith Bible School, receiving her Minister's License. She served as a Prison Chaplain in California and Georgia receiving recognition for her work. She was on the Aglow Board and was an Aglow speaker, as well as giving seminars on reaching out to the cults. She continued her education with the Christian Writer's Guild, the Institute of Jewish-Christian Studies and Scriptural Hebrew in the nineties. She received her ordination as a Rebetzin with the Union of Nazarene Yisraelite Congregations. Currently, she's teaching Scriptural Hebrew at Lion of Judah Academy and is studying for her MBA in Theology at Lion of Judah University. In the meantime, she and her husband are restoring an 1870 historical home in Virginia, while enjoying their fourteen grandchildren.
 

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Wow...I can't wait to read this book. I was just rebutting my used to be christian shepherd in regards to this and he has called everything other than a child of Yah. May blessings and peace be upon Diane L. Otto.
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Let scripture speak for itself: Isaiah prophesies of a NEW NAME: Isaiah 62:2
John penned Revelation 3:12 where the Lord promises to write upon those of faith his NEW NAME.
God speaks a universal
language, as evidenced at Pentecost. The 'y' sounds like the english 'J' thus the rendering of the Greek name 'Iesous' as 'Jesus.'
Those who know him and have heard his voice do not follow another. When all things were subjected to the Lord then all things are permissable. Only the person who attributed God's attributes to things and objects, such as eggs or trees, is guilty of worshipping pagan idols. I have never known anyone who observes these holidays to attribute God's attributes to these things. So who is guilty of idol worship? The one who believes there is some evil quality in inanimate things or the one who has dedicated all things to his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ? When the Israelites conquered their enemies they took their possessions to the temple and dedicated them to the Lord.
'There is no condemnation for those who are In Christ Jesus.' R0 8:1
Do not let anyone put you back under condemnation who has once been FREE. These Judiazers don't know what freedom is and love their yoke of bondage and their legalism.
'Come take of the Living Water FREELY.' And never drink their wine of fornication again.
 

Contents

Preface
xxi
Hebrew Roots
27
Chapter V
29
Chapter II
33
Chapter VI
47
Chapter VIII
55
Chapter X
63
Conclusion
69
Chapter IV
233
241
241
Chapter VI
249
Chapter VIII
257
Chapter IX
263
Chapter X
269
CotcIwsiqh
277
YHWHs Shabbat
283

Chrtpter 1
81
Chapter HI
87
Chapter IV
93
Chapter V
99
Chapter VII
121
Chaeierx
133
Conclusion
139
Two Houses
145
Chapter II
151
Chapter IV
157
Chapter VI
165
Chapter VII
169
Chapter VIII
175
Chapter
181
Chapter XI
193
CfindMsiQii
205
Chapter I
211
Chapter III
225
Chapter II
289
Chapter III
299
317
317
Article
325
Chapter I
333
339
339
Chapter V
349
Chapter VII
355
Chapter VIII
361
Chapter IX
379
Chapter X
385
Conclusion 389
389
Chapter I
395
Chapter U
405
Chapter III
411
Conclusion
417
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