What Is The Hebraic Awakening?
HEBREW: CROSSING OVER
The Hebraic Awakening is an “Awakening” – an awakening to the walk YAHAUAH gave the Hebrew people and an attempt to pattern one’s life after the model YAHUAH gave to them – especially that of the Hebrew of Hebrews, YAHUSHA HA’MASHIACH/The Messiah.
According to Scripture, Abraham was a righteous man. He was not Jewish and he was not Christian. He was a Hebrew (Gen. 14:13). The term ” Hebrew ” is rooted in the concept of crossing over. Abram forsook the ways of his father and crossed over the Jordan River into a new life – a life of following the Creator of the Universe YAHUAH.
Nearly 400 years later, the Yisraelites left Egypt and eventually crossed over that same Jordan into the promised land to begin a new life as free men – governed by a code of laws and instructions spoken by the mouth of YAHUAH to His servant Moses.
Though Abraham was neither Jewish nor Christian, both Judaism and Christianity are rooted in and are called to be a part of the covenant YAHUAH made with this righteous man, Abraham the Hebrew.
Thus YAHUAH calls Himself “the ELOHIYM of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
Aka Gerald W Thomas in New Hebron, Mississippi