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"And the kingdom and dominion, and the greatness of the kingdom under the whole heaven, shall be given to the people of the saints of the most High, whose kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and all dominions shall serve and obey him." Daniel 7:27

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Remnant Nation Live!

A Hebrew Nation Without Borders Daniel 7:27


Remnant Nation Live! is an active Hebraic ministry which teaches, empowers, and demonstrates the spiritual and practical depths of Hebraic living. Our approach is two-fold and includes the harmonious blend of nation (kingdom) building, and the prophetic edge needed for strategic guidance and empowerment to act on behalf of heaven. 

Remnant Nation Live! seeks to gather and build, teach, and establish viable communities where holiness is embraced and cherished through HaRuach HaKodesh. 

As a Hebraic Body, we hold to these truths as set forth by HaTanakh (The Torah, Books of Prophecy, and the liturgical "Writings" including praise, prayer, wisdom, and historical writings.)

HaShem Shal Yah

Note: We strive and insist upon using the most honorable and authentic name of our Elohiym. We prefer to use His original name as revealed in scripture and not the Greco-Roman or sometimes Germanic substitutions of God, Jesus, etc. As we have been called by different names and answered out of kindness, so would He. However, consider His preference revealed in this scripture. "And if thou wilt make me an altar of stone, thou shalt not build it of hewn stone: for it thou lift up thy tool upon it, thou hast polluted it." (Shemot) Exodus 20:25

In principle, our human efforts to shape, change or even create something holy falls short of His acceptance because it simply isn't good enough, it is polluted at best. Even so as we embrace translated names, titles, and even conceptual understandings, we accept a polluted version of what was intended to be holy. This must not be. "Say among the heathen that (the LORD) Yahuah reigns...!" (Tehilliym) Psalm 96:10 Notice, scripture doesn't say, "Say among the heathen that 'Any name they translate in any foreign tongue" reigns! No, it is the Hebrew name Yah or Yahuah that reigns.  Names like God, Lord, and even the Latin and Greek derivations pollute and lessen the purity of His name and character with Greco-Roman tainting.

Remnant Nation Live! insists upon keeping the name and character of Yah holy and separate from the world's influence, including its political and social manipulation. 

I.   The name of "God" is and should be called "Yah" as revealed in (Tehiliym) Psalm 68:4 (Psalms). We therefore refer to Yah by name and embrace Him as our Elohim of intimate covenant relationship.

I.I   As noted, we also refer to Yah as the creator of all through His collective name "Elohiym," which hints of His eternal and unending power. It is by His grace that such powers are embraced and employed by His children. (Breshiyt) Genesis 1:1, (Shemot) Exodus 22:28


I.II   We hold that while Yah is His name, the extended name YHVH IS NOT Jehovah, but a variation of Yahuah, Yahuwah, or another variant thereof. Accuracy is desired but not always obtainable. We know His name to be "Yah," but may also call Him by His extended name, Yahuah.

I.III   We hold that His firstborn son's name is Israel, according to Exodus 4:22, and Hosea 11:1. Scripture details there being other sons like David; Psalm 2:7, and angels; Job 2:1 and the anointed kings of Israel. What the New Testament refers to as the scriptures is what many call the "Old Testament." Realistically, it is simply the word of our Elohim, the word of Yah. In the Tanakh, the word is perfect, converting the soul, and making the simple wise. Psalm 19:7. All that humanity needs is within the Tanakh.

I.IV  We refer to our Elohim as the only true God that created all by Himself Isaiah 44:24. He is Yah and beside Him there is no other, or savior beside Him. Isaiah 43:11 

The Scriptures

We hold the scriptures to be one complete Law-Word that applies to Israel and through them, to all humanity. There is only one law to govern all. (BaMidbar Numbers 15:15) "One ordinance shall be both for you of the congregation, and also for the stranger that sojourner with you, an ordinance for ever in your generations: as ye are, so shall the stranger be before the LORD."

II.I  There is only one Law and therefore only one book of the law. Moshe (Moses) wrote both Torah, and Tehilliym. (Shemot) Exodus 24:4, (BaMidbar) Numbers 33:2 . While Moshe also had the assistance of scribes, he wrote in a book which became known as "This book of the Law..." in Yehoshua's day. (Joshua 1:8) It is this book of the Law referred to as the "Word of Yah" Psalm 119:152 which is established for ever. Nothing within the scriptures is "Done away with," it is eternal and perfect.


What many refer to as the New Covenant wasn't even written yet when this reference to "Old Testament" scripture was made. Simply put, Hebrews 4:12-13 is speaking of what we were taught to be the Old Testament. The very one who is said to be against Judasim and the creator of Christianity (Jesus Christ,) was an observant Hebrew (Jew) who saw the law as the way to eternal life.

"Why callest thou me good? There is none good but one, that is God: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandmentsMattay Matthew 19:17

On this note, many will say, "That's all done away with in Christ Jesus!" Again, this is polluted thinking. Let me give you an example. 

A Story: You need provision so you seek work. You happen upon an employer who says, "Guaranteed contract, you work six months for two years pay!" Excited, you sign on the dotted line. You happily work each day until you get to your last week. You use the sick time given you as the boss says, "Yes, you're covered by sick leave, see you on Monday to settle the contract." You feel better and rejoice going in on Monday to receive your pay. You enter the office, sit down, when the boss comes in. He says to you, "I first want to thank you for being faithful and doing all you could to live up to the agreement we made." He smiles, and then proceeds to tear up the contract in front of you without paying you. You are upset and so you declare, "You cannot do that, You owe me, this is wrong!" 
To you he replies, " That contractual agreement is all done away with, I fulfilled it for you when you. I took care of everything. Go now, be warm, and be fed!

The polluted thinking that states, "Christ is the fulfillment of our obedience to the Law..." is equally as errant as the story above.  The Law is not done away with like the contract above. Yeshua obeyed the law and WAS NOT A CHRISTIAN.

What is deemed to be the New Testament is merely commentary and addendum to the true scriptures and serves as a book of testimony regarding the spiritually renewed covenant. This is not to be confused with a new covenant which discards the previous, but a simple renewing of the former. 


We Obey

We hold that to Love Yah is to obey his laws, statutes, commandments, and ordinances. "And thou shalt love the LORD thy God with all thine heart, and with all thy soul and with all thy might Deuteronomy 6:5." (Exodus 20:6, Deuteronomy 5:10Obedience is Yah's love language! You can not truly know Yah without keeping His commandments. If you say that you know him but don't keep his commandments, you are called a liar as noted in the renewed covenant.

This Means:

We observe Shabbat (Sundown Friday to Sundown Saturday) (Leviticus 23:32, Exodus 12:18, Exodus 16:6,)
We obey regarding eating clean (Leviticus 11)
We obey in dressing and apparel (Numbers 15:38, Deuteronomy 22:12, Ezekiel 16:10-12)
We obey socially (Leviticus 19:12-18)
We obey concerning government (Exodus 22:28, Isaiah 9:7)
We obey Yah's Law (Deuteronomy 4:5-9)

There is much more to discuss...