Hebrew Roots Research by Lew White
Can our lives be significantly altered by positive thinking alone?
Or, is our heart-condition incurable without Yahusha?
Two words or two rules are not what controls our future, or our behavior.
Our behavior is our fruit, and must be the result of being under the control of the Spirit of Yahusha.
Without Him, we can do nothing.
It’s not our fruit, it’s His.
The words and rules of men
cannot produce anything. Yahusha’s branches live and produce good fruit because
they abide in the Root, not men’s words and rules.
The new "Two Rules" are:
"let them have it" and "don't take anything personal."
They are new axioms being promoted as rules for living.
They are very similar to "don't do anything rash" and "keep calm" (Acts 19:36,
advice given by a city clerk at Ephesus).
Aleister Crowley's Law of Thelema (Greek for "will") is "Do as thou wilt."
Another colloquial axiom used in conversation is "more power to ya'," as if to
say, "I couldn't care less," or "that's your problem; you're on your own, face
The new "Two Rules" are good advice for defusing a civil disturbance, but they
do not convey any spiritual message to bring us closer to our walk with Yahusha.
Yunah, AliYahu, and Yahusha were not bringing the message "let them have it"
(let them be who they are, and have their opinion).
They brought the message of repentance and obedience.
When the reapers are released, the true futility of the new "Two Rules" will be
The New Two Rules: Are They Of Yahusha?
For the last several years, a new teaching has arisen among some Natsarim -
It's called The Two Rules:
1. Let them have it. (let everyone have their opinion)
2. Don't take anything personal.
I've been more or less tolerating the promotion of these as axioms, and as time passes I've been pressured to take a stand either for, or against them. What is missing from these two rules? First, they are not found in the Word of Yahuah, neither is Yahuah or love mentioned in them.
They are not "living words." They may post-pone conflict, but there is no love to be nurtured in them, therefore they are empty of life. Love is the goal of life.
We are not to add rules of men:
Dt. 4:2: "Do not add to the Word which I command you, and do not take away from it, so as to guard the commands of Yahuah your Alahim which I am commanding you." See also Dt. 12:32, Prov. 30:6, Rev. 22:18-19
Mark 7:6-7: "And He answering, said to them, 'Well did YashaYahu prophesy concerning you hypocrites, as it has been written, "This people respect Me with their lips, but their heart is far from Me. And in vain do they worship Me, teaching as teachings the commands of men."'"
Romans 10:2-3: "For I bear witness that they have an ardour for Alahim, but not according to knowledge. For not knowing the righteousness of Alahim, and seeking to establish their own righteousness, they did not subject themselves to the righteousness of Alahim."
We must not be of different opinions, or divided.
Imagine a world filled with people following the two rules above. People would wander around having all kinds of opinions, with no one to challenge them. Yunah in Nineveh did not use this approach, and neither did AliYahu (Elijah) or Yahusha. The message must never change:
Repent, or perish!
The message could not be more simple.
The new rules are external and hypocritical, with the goal of manipulating behavior in others. They are unable to affect a change internally, in the mind. They represent a replacement for the Mind of Yahusha, seeking to exhibit righteous behavior by a manipulative means. It is an approach to behavior that bypasses Yahusha's circumcision of the heart, a means of entering into the sheepfold without using the Gate. This new wind of doctrine is another potential false reasoning (stronghold).
1. a maxim widely accepted on its intrinsic merit
2. a statement accepted as true as the basis for argument
3. an established rule or principle or a self-evident truth
Some that have adopted these axioms have made this an issue that rises to sinful
behavior if they are not accepted.
Based on the following forceful question, I have decided to open the discussion
of the two rules to the body of Natsarim:
"We have pleaded with
you both for over two years now . . . how much longer are you going to reject
the warning . . . Do you believe it’s from Yahusha?"
Here is my response to this question:
If you mean the two rules, I'd say we have to go to Scripture for correcting, rebuking, and training.
My first question would be, where is Scripture teaching these two rules in
context? I've gleaned the general idea of the two rules to be aimed at behavior,
however just following these two rules does not imitate Yahusha's behavior. He
said if one does not repent, they will perish. Our responsibility remains to
warn others when they are out-of-bounds.
Also, if we examine Aleister Crowley's philosophy,
The Law of Thelema,
we can see the similarity to the two rules.
The Law of Thelema:
“Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.”
Thelema is Greek for “will,” referring to one’s individual path and purpose in
life. Aleister Crowley developed the Law
of Thelema as a religion based on ideas from occultism, Yoga, and
Two Rules fall short of our
sharing the witness of Yahusha with others, and they fail to warn people of
their being on a path of destruction. They are not found among the teachings of
Scripture, nor do they fit into the priestly mission of Yahuah’s people to the
My answer is no, it’s not of Yahusha, based on the fact they were not a part of
the eternal Words that will never pass away; they are the words of men.
What do you discern, as the body of Yahusha, should be the Two Rules we live by?
The new two rules equate to a humanistic approach to behavior, matching the teaching of Aleister Crowley.
"Let them have it" - their opinion may stand, "do as thou wilt."
"Don't take anything personal" equates to "Keep Calm."
New form of Christian WITCHCRAFT:
The UN seal / logo uses the ancient laurel wreath of Kaiser (Caesar). This ancient symbol of Kaiser meant victory, domination, and ultimate authority.
The Roman Sun deity Apollo wore this wreath.
The UN seal's meaning: victory over the world.
VICAR OF NIMROD
A vicar is one who acts in place of another, "vicariously."
He is a stand-in, or replacement.
Does the pope teach what Yahusha taught?
Or, is he a deity among men, as the dogma states?