But know this: That in the latter days hard times will come: and men will be lovers of
themselves and lovers of money, boasters, proud, revilers, unyielding towards their own people,
deniers of grace, wicked, unloving, addicted to irreconcilable malicious gossips, ferocious,
haters of the good, treacherous, rash, inflated, attached to pleasure more than to the love of
Elohim, having a form of respect for Elohim but wide from the power of Elohim.
Them who are such, repel from you.
2 Timothy 3:1-5
John Aaron ministry
Repairer of the Breach Congregation
Y‘shua asks do you love me ______________________? (please use your name to fill in the blank)
Yes I love you my master and King.
Can you love those who hate you and gossip about you and betray you and wish not good things about you?
Can you bless those who persecute you?
Can you pray for those who persecute you?
Yes Abba YHWH.
In your strength I can love those who haven’t be so kind.
For those of you who feel that nothing good can be accomplished by dialogue, accountability, transparency between brothers and sisters…I beg to differ, we need dialogue that is conducted with honor and humility. My experience with many Ephraimite Two House leaders could be much better, but it is only my own hopes for meaningful friendship and relationship that caused me to respond publicly on the internet. When I’ve been thrashed publically, by individuals, leaders and in front of entire congregations and have been denied the opportunity to respond and dialogue I believe the rest of the Body should know about it. Why have I been singled out by some of the Ephraimite Two House leaders? I think I understand why that is to some degree, and I believe the rest of the Body of Mashiyach should have the opportunity to hear my public response. That is equality. That is Torah.
But I also think that internet has limitations and so I’ve decided to whack a bunch of articles where I wrote about my experiences with numerous individuals and take a different approach.
May YHWH be with you and bless you in your sojourn in Him.
Baruch Ben Daniel