This final episode of Today is the Day of Your Salvation has Rabbi Hadassah Ryklin leading the viewer through a profound and very deep understanding of the necessary prayers for genuine salvation.
Have you ever heard about a circumcision of the heart? Have you wondered what it is all about? Watch this episode to find out about this spiritual principle and its connection with "being born from above/being born again."
The Jewish people are familiar with the Book of Life. The Christians know about the Book of the Lamb. Are these two different books or one and the same?
Is being born again a Christian principle? Watch to learn about the deeper meaning of salvation through the Messianic perspective as taught by Rabbi Hadassah Ryklin. Use this as an excellent evangelical tool to the Jew first and also to the Gentile.
What is salvation? What do you need to be saved from? Why do I need to be saved? I am ok. I don't hurt anybody. God doesn't send people to hell. I give to charities. I help at making the world a better place. I am successful. I have a good family and I raise good children. I constantly pray to God, I read my Bible and my prayers are answered.
Messianic Judaism defines salvation as the process of redeeming every human being (Jew and Gentile) into a personal relationship with the Creator by the atoning blood of Yeshua HaMashiach.
Just asking Elohim to forgive your sins is not enough. Acknowledging your sins and repenting before Elohim is not enough. Fasting and praying on Yom Kippur is not enough. Why? For it is written: Vayikra/Leviticus 17:11,
"For the life of the flesh is in the blood, and I have given it to you upon the altar to make atonement for your lives, for it is the blood that makes atonement for the life."
Ivrim/Hebrews 9:22 "And, according to the Torah, almost all is cleansed with blood, and without shedding of blood there is NO forgiveness."
But whose blood should be shed for my forgiveness? The answer is - the blood of a lamb of Elohim.
But if the Temple at Yerushalayim is destroyed, then how can a sacrifice be made? The answer is: Elohim has provided the lamb, His only and unique Son, Yeshua from Natzeret. He became Seh HaElohim (the Lamb of Elohim) Who took upon Himself the sin of us all. It is through His atoning blood that you are saved and brought back to the Father. These four teaching videos will bring you step by step to salvation.