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Yah’s Masterplan: Forging a Divine Family Beyond Rituals

Updated: Mar 19

In the beginning, as told in Genesis 1:26-27


26 Then Yah said, “Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals,[a] and over all the creatures that move along the ground.”

27 So Yah created mankind in his own image,    in the image of Yah he created them;    male and female he created them.


, Yah set out to create more than just life; He wanted a family made in His image, focused on deep relationships rather than just following rituals. Yah envisioned Himself as a Father guiding His children, who would live by His teachings and follow the example set by the Messiah, Yahshua, who lived in perfect harmony with Yah’s will.


The Bible, especially in Psalm 82:6

6 I have said, Ye are Gods; and all of you are children of the most High.


and Romans 8:14


14 For as many as are led by the Spirit of Yah, they are the sons of Yah.


, highlights this call for people to reflect Yah’s character and carry out His intentions on Earth. This idea of being Yah’s family encourages looking out for each other and obeying Him, presenting a clear choice to either be part of Yah’s family or to stand apart from it and aligning yourself with Satan’s kingdom.

 

Originally, Israel was chosen as Yah's only family, called to live by and showcase Yah's ways. This role was deeply connected to their culture, laws, traditions, and history, making them a unique family with a mission to set an example for others. Despite their failures and moments of loss, similar to the prodigal son's story, Yah's plan continued. This opened the door for Gentiles to join Yah's family, as explained in Romans 8:15-17


15 For ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father.

16 The Spirit itself beareth witness with our spirit, that we are the children of Yah:

17 And if children, then heirs; heirs of Yah, and joint-heirs with Messiah; if so be that we suffer with him, that we may be also glorified together., ,


marking a significant expansion of Yah's family beyond Israel.


This passage explains that Gentiles, though not initially part of the covenant, have been adopted into Yah's family, receiving the Spirit of adoption and thus becoming co-heirs with the Messiah. This widened Yah’s family beyond ethnic boundaries, retaining a special covenant with Israel, the firstborn, but also fully incorporating the Gentiles as adopted sons and daughters through faith.


This collective body of believers, comprising both the firstborn (Israelite believers) and the adopted (Gentile believers), is destined to steward the earth and uphold Yah’s kingdom values, including exercising judgment over angels as per 1 Corinthians 6:3


3 Know ye not that we shall judge angels? how much more things that pertain to this life?.


This authority shows our role in Yah's kingdom, focusing more on relationships than on a system of ranks. 


Hebrews 1:14

14 Are they not all ministering spirits, sent forth to minister for them who shall be heirs of salvation?


further illustrates that angels are dispatched to serve those inheriting salvation, emphasizing a support system within Yah’s family that extends beyond human members to include celestial beings, all serving under Yah’s sovereign plan.


The unfolding narrative reveals a plan of unity and redemption, facilitated through the Messiah’s sacrifice, which opened the doorway of salvation to both Israelites and Gentiles. This expanded family is now called to reclaim dominion over the earth, symbolizing an ongoing struggle between the forces of light and darkness. This challenges the concept of a rapture, calling for a direct establishment of Yah’s rule on earth.


Matthew 11:12

12 And from the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven suffereth violence, and the violent take it by force.


encapsulates this battle, motivating believers to be proactive in advancing Yah’s kingdom. This directive not only serves as a call to action but also underscores the unique responsibility of Israel as the firstborn to model Yah’s will to the world.

To summarize, Yah’s intent extends beyond the establishment of a religion to the creation of a family where His nature is emulated, and His purposes are achieved through lives marked by obedience and service. This divine family, embracing both Israel as the firstborn and the Gentiles as adopted members through faith, according to Romans 8:15-17, represents a unity under Yah’s leadership, collectively striving to manifest His kingdom on earth.


 


 

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Psalms 82:6 Appears to be talking about the Elohim that was with Yah at the beginning, not mankind. Those fallen Angels. I may be wrong.

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I have a teaching called the sons of god that thoroughly goes into this.

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