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The Names - Yahuwah and
Amanuwal are Spoken Here!
We, the members of Yahuwah’s
Louisville, Kentucky, base our faith on the inspired sacred Scriptures known
as Ha'Kadosh Bible. We recognize love as the basis of our faith. It is the
commitment of the dedicated members of this assembly to fulfill the two
great commandments as stated by our Savior in Matthew 22:37-40. “Amanuwal
replied: ‘Love Yahuwah your Aluhym with all your heart and with all your soul
and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the
second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ All the Law and the
Prophets hang on these two commandments.” Amanuwal’s teaching comes directly
from the Torah. The first and greatest commandment is declared in
Deuteronomy 6:4-9 and the second greatest commandment is stated in Leviticus
19:18. Love is the basic foundation in both of these commandments. These two
great commandments are at the root of all the other commandments in Yahuwah’s
covenant Law. The love described here reflects the Ruwach of the entire Law
of Yahuwah. Yahuwah has expressed His love for mankind through the gift of His
Son (John 3:26-21). Yahuwah is love (1 John 4:7-8, 16). Love is all important
to our faith as true believers and followers in/of Yahuwah and Amanuwal
As believers in and followers of Yahuwah and Amanuwal, it is our endeavor
to fulfill these two great commandments by having the Law of Yahuwah written
in our minds and hearts (Jeremiah 31:31-33; Hebrews 8:8-11; Hebrews
10:16-18). This can only be accomplished as we become Spiritual Israelites who have been circumcised in heart and mind to walk by the rules
of Yahuwah’s Covenant law (Romans 2;28-29; Galatians 6:15-16). We believe
that those who possess the true love of Yahuwah will willingly keep Yahuwah’s
commandments as an expression of that love (1John 5:1-3). Those who know
Amanuwal keep His commandments and walk as He walked (1 John 2:3-6).
Amanuwal identified His true disciples as having Philadelphia love for one another
(John 13:34-35). He further stated that we must love one another as He loved
us (John 15:12-13) and that those who love, as Amanuwal loved, will willingly
lay down their lives for their brethren.
With the knowledge of what the true love of Yahuwah is, it is our
endeavor to bring forth the attributes attached to the Philadelphia
Assembly as given in Revelation 3:7-13. They kept Amanuwal’s word (i.e. the
commandments of Yahuwah – John 14:21-24) and did not deny His Name. For their
dedication, they will be given protection during the great tribulation at
the end of the age (Revelation 3:10). Prophetically speaking, end-time true
worshipers are described as keeping the commandments of Yahuwah and having
the testimony and faith of Amanuwal Ha'Mashyach (Revelation 12:17 and 14:12).
It is therefore our commitment to obey Yahuwah’s Covenant Law through love.
Having Philadelphia love means having love for the brethren and by extension
for all people. Amanuwal has told us to love our neighbor and to even love our
enemies (Matthew 5:42-44). In keeping with that, it is our endeavor to
love all people regardless of gender, race, creed, color, religion, or
nationality. The Ruwach house of Yahuwah’s people shall be called a house
of prayer for all people (Isaiah 56:6-8).
We understand that in these last days, Almighty Yahuwah is causing His people
to return to Him through the keeping of His Law. By means of the same
prophetic message proclaimed by the Old Testament prophet EliYahu (i.e.
teaching the people that Yahuwah is the true Aluhym), He is turning His
people back to the true faith (Malachi 4:4-6). His Son, Amanuwal the Messiah,
is the Word made flesh (John 1:14) and as such He is the physical
manifestation of Yahuwah’s perfect Law, the law of liberty, which is able to
save our souls (James 1:21-25). We therefore, understand our responsibility
to prove our love for Yahuwah, Amanuwal, our fellow man by keeping Yahuwah’s
Torah (1 John 5:3; John 14:15). By doing this from the heart, we prove our
faith to Yahuwah so that we might be reckoned as righteous in Yahuwah’s sight
As people of faith, we are responsible to exercise our faith through our
works (i.e. the keeping of Yahuwah’s commandments). The good works of the Law
which we bring forth are the proof of our faith. We understand that we are
saved by grace and not by our works (Ephesians 2:8-10).
Salvation is a free gift from Yahuwah which cannot be earned. It is given to
those who make a covenant with Almighty Yahuwah through the shed blood of our
Savior (Romans 3:21-26) while remaining faithful to the end (Matthew 24:13).
We have determined that Yahuwah’s Word (i.e. His Law) is the Truth (John
17:17) and that the Truth sanctifies Yahuwah’s people and sets them free from
the bondage of sin (John 8:31-36) and its destructive ways (Romans 6:23).
Sin is the transgression (i.e. breaking) of the Law (1 John 3:4). It can
only be recognized through knowledge of Yahuwah’s Law (Romans 7:7). Without
that knowledge it is impossible to know what sin is, and therefore it is
impossible to repent (turn back to Yahuwah).
Those who worship Yahuwah must do so in Ruwach and in truth (John 4:23-24).
It is our commitment to possess and maintain Yahuwah’s Ruwach Ha'Kadosh in our
lives and within the body of believers by obeying the truth of Yahuwah’s
Covenant Law (Acts 5:32). We seek to be a Spiritual people in Yahuwah’s sight
by being conceived anew through water (water baptism into the name of
and through Ruwach (Yahuwah’s Ruwach Kadosh) and thereby gain entrance into the
Kingdom of Yahuwah. This is a part of the conversion process which begins
when a person recognizes the need to repent and to make changes from within,
and then undergoes baptism. That process will culminate in a physical
transformation into a Ruwach being upon Amanuwal’s return (John 3:3-7; 1
As members of this assembly, we have joined together to do the will of the
Almighty Yahuwah by living our lives in subjection to Him as personal
witness, and by collectively proclaiming the truth of Yahuwah’s Word until
our Savior returns. With this endeavor and knowledge, we therefore put forth
our “Statements of Belief” as a testimony of our faith, as brethren in
Ha'Mashyach Amanuwal and to define the major foundational tenets of our
beliefs in regard to the plan of salvation.
Sabbath Studies at 2:00 PM EST
No Cooking or Warming-up
16:23 And he said unto them, This is that which Yahuwah hath said,
Tomorrow is the rest of Ha'Kadosh Sabbath unto Yahuwah: bake that which ye
will bake to day, and seethe that ye will seethe; and that which remaineth
over lay up for you to be kept until the morning.
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