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We believe that the Scriptures tell us that the good news of the gospel is that restoration to the Father, YHVH Elohim is available through Ye'shua, the Kinsman Redeemer. The gospel is not about a particular doctrine outside of Yah, but about his character and heart towards us.
The gospel is a message that communicates a clear picture of Yah’s character and heart. How does the Scriptures define what the “gospel” is?
This is a powerful message in these latter days as there is such a disconnect between the Old and New Testament. As if there is a "God of the Old Testament" and a "God of the New Testament." But the true gospel paints a different much more complete and continuous Story.
In the light of the Scriptures definition of "the gospel" Ye'shua came for the lost sheep of Israel (the Scattered 10 tribes known as "Ephraim" or "Israel") to show them the heart of the Father by being a spitten' image of Him. Among many things, Ye'shua's sacrifice pays the price for our sin of adultery against the Father, YHVH Elohim and allows us to come back be restored to our Father through Ye'shua's work. The gospel and the call of the Scriptures is simple: REPENT and RETURN to your first love, Yehovah Elohim. We are inspired to do this by looking at Ye'shua, who perfectly bears the Father's image and then eating of Ye'shua (the Bread of Life) so we can be like Him ... an image bearer.
When we were Christians we were taught that all we had to do to be saved was to "believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be saved." But that's not what the Scripture says.
Watch this video as Isaac explains to Maggie on a Shabbat morning what is meant by "believe on me and you will be saved."