Gentile or Israelite and Bride of Messiah

Should I still act like or call myself a Gentile if I am in covenant with the Elohim of Israel.  Have I not been grafted in through Yeshua the Messiah?  Am I not now an Israelite of the Israel of YHVH?

If I’ve entered into covenant (marriage) with my wife, do I continue to act like a single man?  Call myself a single man?  Act like a single man?  I dare not, for I would be in violation of the covenant!  In sin!  We are the bride of Messiah…Let’s act like it.  The consummation of the marriage is soon to take place….I believe that’s prophetically portrayed in the Feast of Tabernacles. (Done away with?  Only for the Jews?)

And it shall come to pass, that every one that is left of all the nations which came against Jerusalem shall even go up from year to year to worship the King, the LORD of hosts, and to keep the feast of tabernacles. And it shall be, that whoso will not come up of all the families of the earth unto Jerusalem to worship the King, the LORD of hosts, even upon them shall be no rain” (Zech. 14:16-17).

Revelation 19:7, 9, Let us be glad and rejoice, and give honour to Him: for the marriage of the Lamb is come, and His wife hath made herself ready . . . . Blessed are they which are called unto the marriage supper of the Lamb . . . (Revelation 19:7, 9)

Just a short note to ponder on.  If you think I’m wrong.  Express yourself!   Yeeeeah!  Express yourself!

Shalom.  May Yah bless and keep you.

Allen Williams

3 Replies to “Gentile or Israelite and Bride of Messiah”

  1. Wonderful view. By the way, I prefer to use EHYEH as the name. It was given to Moses at the burning bush. Yah should actually be written as Yeh. YHVH is the third person name of EHYEH. I do not pronounce this version of the name as there is so much dispute over it. I just know that the pronounciation Yahweh is not accurate as I have read that it is a reference to Jupiter. I cannot remember where I read this at, but I also know that the name Yah was used for the Egyptian moon god. I just do not use that form. Peace to you.

    1. Ahhh!… the wonderful world of discussion on the name of our Elohim. I respect your view and comments. You have some interesting insights that I may look into later. As of now, I will continue with the names Yah, Yahweh and even sometimes Jesus and God…..Huh!!…Oh no!…Not Jesus and God. Yes, depending on the audience their familiarity to the names, I may use them to give context for the listener when I also use the hebrews names. I know this can be a hotly debated subject so I tend to go the way I feel the Ruach is leading me since there is no clear indication of what His name is in scripture except the YHVH or YHWH.

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