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116 thoughts on “Donations

  1. Good Day to Jono, Keith, and Nehemia. I am sending you this small note because Nehemia said if the listeners wanted to hear the half torah teachings to write in. It would be a such a blessing to hear these teachings from you all ! Dont leave us hanging. Please.
    Your show is supercharged by the Holy Spirit. Keep up with the fun and laughter is is so refreshing. Yehovah Bless you all.
    Laura from Arizona.

  2. Blessings and Praises too you and your guest! Hope all is well for you and your family. Thank you for the suggestions on good study bible! Words can never express how blessed I feel hearing the Truth and learning the truth and meaning within His Word! Shalom

  3. Hi jono,
    Just want to suggest if you could maybe add another payment option for donations cause here in singapore, paypal has a new policy that prohibits us from making donations using paypal to organizations or charities outside of singapore..id really like to donate even just a little but i dont have a checque…i have a debit card that i can use like a credit card but your donation options uses paypal route so it automatically blocks my card and wouldnt process it…
    Hope you can provide other means, maybe if theres another way i can enter my card details without using paypal method…

    Thanks and Shalom!
    Regards,
    Jenny

  4. Did we order some Tzitzit off your site? We ordered some and we recieved two packets. but we only bought one. We would like to make sure we pay for the second. please let us know.

  5. Hi there at truth 2 u
    I was wondering,is Yeshua ( the lamb that takes away the sins of the world),still considered to be the one who atoned for your sins or do you have another version of atonement.

    David

  6. Howdy Jono and company,

    I was wondering if in some context you guys wouldn’t mind discussing how you fellowship, religiously speaking. As I have bounced from Christian denomination to denomination to Hebrew Roots and now bouncing completely out of a belief in Yeshua, I face a quandry. I am not swayed by the arguements that Oral Torah is divinely inspired, ex cathedra, inexorable truth. Lots of good stuff that provides historical context, but some things I just can’t swallow. Perhaps I’m too distrustful after my Christian experience. So no I am left to choose from 1) Staying at home with my family and doing Torah Portion (and Pearls!) 2) Worship with Messianics (who are still all about Jesus and the “Brit Hadasha” 3) Find a synagogue and submit to Jewish Oral Law (or one that is so liberal that anything goes.) Even some Karaites (not that there are any around here) have traditions they insist one follows, even if they don’t call them divine, if you want your card punched.

    Currently we are still fellowshipping with our Messi-friends, but as the topic of Yeshua comes up, I get more uncomfortable being involved in prayers to him and I feel the need to ask those uncomfortable questions to others that I found no good answers for. Sorry for the long post, maybe it can make for a long episode. :)

    So in summary: where does a Karaite in China, an Australian “apostate,” and a non-Oral Law believing Orthodox go to worship?

    Thanks,
    Aaron Kavli

    PS- What is the Karaite view of the Righteous Gentile, aka Noahides? I don’t quite see that idea in Torah. There is one law for native born and convert / stranger, unless I’m missing something… which is quite likely.

  7. Hey Jono: im also writing a note requesting that you all continue doing tpop. I was really looking forward to hearing you three do that. It is my prayer that that project is still in the works. Thanks

  8. Hey Aaron Kavli,

    I guess I am in the same boat as you. Your experience and mine are very similar. Except I pretty much stopped fellowshipping. It is very difficult. If it weren’t for Truth2U I would probably be going out of my mind.

    I would most definitely like to chat with you further. Maybe Jono can help us contact each other.

    Todah Rabah!
    Mike

  9. I listen to Torah Pearls every week, enjoy it very much, however, I do have one complaint. I appreciate how Jono, Keith, Nehemiah are digging for the truth. I love how Nehemiah is always saying’This is what the Hebrew says”…But I am very disallusioned about the fact, mostly Keith calls Yeshua ‘Jesus”. I know, I know why he said he does it. But in all the teachings you’all have, you are trying to tell truth, in this one instance, is it OK to use the tradition of calling Yeshua ‘Jesus”.? Jesus does not mean ‘salvation’. Yeshua means ‘salvation’. He has a name and it it breaks my heart every time Keith says something like ‘what ever you call him’ To me this is disgraceful. How would you three guys like to be referred to as , Tom, Dick or Harry, or whatever you call them”. To me the fact that you cater to calling Yeshua ‘Jesus’, reminds me of all the lies I believed when I was going to a regular ‘church’. I appreciate the truth and wish the truth would come out in this area also.

  10. Please ask Yoel Ben Shlomo do a teaching on the giving of the Torah after the Exodus. Specifically – the times Moses went up – and also where it notes that Moses and Aaron and their party (the 70 elders and a few others) saw God and ate a meal.

  11. To Kathy Tankersley
    We can trace the creation of the name of the Messiah in the Bible. There is a record of when it was first used in the book of Numbers chapter 13. All we need to do is use Strong’s concordance to examine the name that are printed in the King James Bible with their meanings in the original Hebrew.
    “Numbers 13:1 ¶ And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, 2 Send thou men … 8 Of the tribe of Ephraim, Oshea the son of Nun. … 16 These [are] the names of the men which Moses sent to spy out the land. And Moses called Oshea the son of Nun Jehoshua .”

    Strong’s 01954 עשׁוהHowshea‘ ho-shay’- ah
    from 03467, Greek 5617 ωσηε; ; n pr m
    AV-Hoshea 11, Hosea 3, Oshea 3; 16
    Hosea or Hoshea or Oshea= “salvation”

    Moses prefixed the name of Oshea (Hoshea) with the name of YHWH (Yah) or (Yah-oo) to get YHWH’s salvation which is the phonetic Yahoshua.

    Strong’s 03091 עושׁוהיYᵉhowshuwa‘ yeh-ho-shoo’- ah or עשׁוהיYᵉhowshu‘a yeh-ho-shoo’- ah
    from 03068 ( ^הוהי^ Yᵉhovah \@yeh-ho-vaw’\ ) and 03467, Greek 2424 Ιησους and 919 βαριησους;
    AV-Joshua 218; 218
    Joshua or Jehoshua= “Jehovah is salvation”
    n pr m
    son of Nun of the tribe of Ephraim and successor to Moses as the leader of the children of Israel; led the conquest of Canaan

    The three names refer to the same individual, God knows this, Just pick one or use all three. He knows where you are coming from. The names are interchangeable.

    In the 1599 version of the Bible the letters “J” and “U” do not occur in the word Jesus. The word “Jesus” was spelled “IESVS”. In the 1611 version of the King James Bible the letters “J” and “U” are both used.

    The Webster dictionary tells us:
    “J Pronunciation: jā J is the tenth letter of the English alphabet. It is a later variant form of the Roman letter I, used to express a consonantal sound, that is, originally, the sound of English y in yet. The forms J and I have, until a recent time, been classed together, and they have been used interchangeably”

    “U Pronunciation: ū the twenty-first letter of the English alphabet, is a cursive form of the letter V, with which it was formerly used interchangeably, both letters being then used both as vowels and consonants. U and V are now, however, differentiated, U being used only as a vowel or semivowel, and V only as a consonant. The true primary vowel sound of U, in Anglo-Saxon, was the sound which it still retains in most of the languages of Europe, that of long oo, as in tool, and short oo, as in wood. “

    The Hebrew language does not use the same alphabet, but the sounds are the same. From the Strong’s Concordance above and the Webster’s explanation of the sound of the letter “J” originally being pronounced as a “y” the name of the Messiah, Jehoshua= “Jehovah is salvation”, would have been pronounced as “Yah-ho-shoo” or “Yah-ho-shoo-ah”, which would most likely be spelled phonetically as “Yahoshua” in English.

    The name of the Father can also be found in Genesis 29:35 “And she conceived again, and bare a son: and she said, Now will I praise the LORD: therefore she called his name Judah ; and left bearing.”

    03063 הדוהי Yᵉhuwdah yeh-hoo-daw’
    from 03034, Greek 2448 Ιουδα and 2455 Ιουδας; n pr m;

    If we take the “d” sound out of “Yah-hoo-daw” we get “Yah-hoo-aw” for the Father’s name.

    THIS IS JUST MY OPINION. BUT I DO NOT BELIEVE YOU WILL BE STRUCK DOWN IF YOU THINK IT IS SOMETHING ELSE, but God will give you credit for trying. We are told that the Holy Spirit takes our groans, when we pray and translates them into what we have in our mind so they are acceptable unto God. Would He not do the same when we call on god and not pronounce His name correctly in Hebrew.

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