The Good News

What Good News did Yahshua preach?

Yoel ben Yisrael
Koinonia

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Shalom mishpacha! That is Hebrew for Peace, family! I have an inquiry for the readership. What is Ha’Besorah? These are a combination of two Hebrew words. It is spelled this way in Hebrew: הבשורה

The Hebrew letter ה when attached to a Hebrew words, means “the”.

This Hebrew word, בשורה, is articulated as, “besorah”. Besorah in the plainest sense, simply means tidings. Tidings is an archaic word that means “news”. What news did Yahshua, The Israelite Messiah, proclaim? The Good News of Yahweh’s Kingdom!

The Good News

You may have heard of Jehovah’s Witnesses preaching the Good News. Or perhaps you have heard of many in Christianity proclaim the Good News. Yet, in this particular article, we are going to get a Hebraic understanding of the true Good News. Yes, the true Good News that the Hebrew Israelite Messiah, from the tribe of Yahudah, Yahshua preached. Let us begin, by examining the words of Yahshua Moshienu (Hebrew for Our Savior)!

After Yochanan had been arrested, [Yahshua] came into the Galil proclaiming the Good News from [Yahweh]: “The time has come, [Yah’s] Kingdom is near! Turn to [Yah] from your sins and believe the Good News!”(Mark 1:14–15, CJB)

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