Into The Harvest In Spirit & In Truth
1. We believe in using the Old Testament, New Testament, and the Apocrypha (Intertestament).
2. We do not adhere to the teachings of the Pseudepigrapha Books.
3. We believe in using the Hebrew language to better understand Scriptures
4. We believe in the Father and his son.
5. We believe that the Father's name is YHWH the son's name is Yahusha.
6. We believe in keeping the 7th Day Sabbath.
7. We believe in keeping the Sabbath from sunrise to sunset.
8. We do not believe in the Lunar Sabbath Doctrine.
9. We believe in keeping the Feast Days.
10. We observe the Feast Days based upon the new moon being the full moon.
The purpose for Kingdom Information and/or Kingdominfo.net is an educational ministry dedicated to helping individuals to understand the Holy Scriptures by encouraging them to live a sin free life, and to further the education of the general public through audio CD, DVD productions, the internet, e-books, social media, and email.
Kingdom Information and/or Kingdominfo.net will frequently use other religious organization's materials in order to state a specific point in teaching the Holy Scriptures. This does not mean that we endorse the teachings of any particular organization(s).
Kingdom Information and/or Kingdominfo.net believe that the principle expression of our faith is found in the Scriptures:
Deuteronomy 6:4-5 (King James Version)
4 Hear, O Yashara'al: YAH our Alahiym is one: 5 And thou shalt love YAH thy Alahiym with all thine heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might.
Matthew 14:36-40 (King James Version)
36 Master, which is the great commandment in the law? 37 Yahusha said unto him, Thou shalt love the YAH thy Alahiym with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. 38 This is the first and great commandment. 39 And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. 40 On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.
John 4:23 (King James Version)
23 But the hour cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeketh such to worship him.
We believe that there exists only one true – the invisible one – the Aluhiym(God) of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
We believe that the Torah (Law) is the self-revelation of YAH, the one true Aluhiym, and to seek Him we must follow His instructions for finding Him.
We believe that due to sin and the fall of man, the joy and knowledge of spiritual communion with YAH has been greatly diminished. This has led to the continued corruption, distortion, and desecration of the image of YAH in man. Because of this, man has propagated false and distorted images that have led to the world’s religious systems and idolatry.
We believe that Yashara'al is YAH’S chosen people. At Sinai, the children of Yashara'al (consisting of Jacob’s offspring and the mixed multitude that came out of Egypt with them) agreed to live by the revealed Torah (Law) of YAH. We believe that True Believers are defined as those who keep this covenant – whether natural born or grafted in.
We believe that the Torah (law) CAN NOT save us, but disobedience to the Torah (law) can cause you to lose salvation.
We believe that the True Children of Yashara'al are chosen to demonstrate YAH in the world through their obedience to the Torah (Law). By doing so, the Children of Yashara'al become a light of revelation to the nations that all mankind may come to know the One True Alahiym.
We believe that YAH has bound himself to the True Children of Yashara'al through His covenant promises. We believe that one cannot benefit from these covenant promises without being “grafted in” to the root of Yashara'al. We believe that anyone can become a member of the household and a citizen of the commonwealth of Yashara'al through faith in Yahusha the Messiah. We believe that Yahusha the Messiah came to restore the True Children of Yashara'al back to YAH, to the Torah (Law), and to the Land of Promise.
We believe that Yahusha is the only begotten Son of the one true Alahiym (God), was anointed with the fullness of the Holy Spirit as the promised Messiah of Yashara'al, died in place of all who break the covenant, was raised from the dead after three days and three nights in the grave, and received the divine authority to judge and rule over heaven and earth.
We believe that Yahusha paid the debt so that it would be possible for us to enter again into the covenant thus fulfilling Isaiah’s prophetic promise of a “New Covenant." We believe that Yahusha came not to destroy the Torah (Law).
We believe that all believers in Yahusha are called to become the body of Messiah through the keeping of the Torah( Law) and worshipping The Most High In Spirit & In Truth. We believe that when the Spirit of the Holy One fulfills the Renewed Covenant promise, the Torah (Law) will again be written on the hearts of all believers restoring the image of YAH in man and in the world.
We believe that love for our Creator is the sole reason we keep the Torah. Those who keep Torah (Law) out of genuine love for YAH without thought of reward or punishment are living out the true spirit of the Torah.
We believe that the Torah (Law) is a gift of grace to every believer. We believe that those who love Yahusha will manifest his nature and keep YAH’S commandments joyfully and will not find them to be grievous. Thus obedience to the Torah (law) is the fruit of the work of the Holy Spirit.
We believe that the Torah (Law) was neither destroyed, nor annulled, nor contradicted by the life, teaching, ministry, death or resurrection of the Messiah. Rather, the Torah (law) contains clear and detailed revelations about the Messiah’s life, ministry, sacrifice, and return. We believe that the Gospels record the teachings of Yahusha and detail the conflicts that encountered as he lived the Torah (Law) in a society dominated by a man-made religious system that contradicted the instructions in the Torah (Law).
We believe that YAH has called us to restore the teaching and practice of Torah (Law) among believers in Yahusha Messiah and that they may again become a light of hope for the nations.