Learning The Truth

Understanding and accepting the truth is the beginning of a beautiful relationship with God.
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Today it seems we have so many different translations of God’s Word that Scripture can be mistranslated, leading to confusion and even false teaching. God’s Holy Word was written for everyone He created, so we can learn who He is, why He created us and what are His plans for our lives. Most importantly, He wants us to know His only begotten Son (Yeshua) Jesus Christ. For the record, the Holy Bible was not written in English as some of us read it today. The Old Testament was written in Hebrew (with a few passages in Aramaic) and the New Testament was written in Greek. 

Why Learn The Truth?

Most people around the world cannot read Hebrew or Greek, but here at Lost In Translation we have Dr. Baruch Korman who can read it and explain it to us in depth .This is why we came up with the idea to do a radio program based on translating the Scripture directly from the original languages. I think most people would be surprised to find out that what they were taught about certain verses in the Bible were actually incorrect and the real meaning could make a huge impact on how they understand the Holy Word of God. There is so much for us to learn from God’s Word. It really can change the world, and it has, but we need to know what the Bible really says, in order to apply it to our lives.

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Next Steps

Path To Redemption

To confess that you are a sinner and do not have a personal relationship with the Living God.  Isaiah 59:1-2 states, "Behold, the hand of the L-rd is not so short that He cannot save, nor is His ear too heavy from hearing, rather your iniquities separate you from G-d and your sins have caused His face to be hidden from hearing."
To confess before God that you acknowledge that Yeshua was sent by G-d the Father to be your Passover sacrifice, when He died upon the tree.

To confess before God that you do not want to continue sinning.

To believe that Yeshua from Nazareth is Messiah and only through faith in Him is one Redeemed/saved.

To believe that Yeshua rose from the dead on the third day as the scriptures states.

To confess before God that you are unable to save yourself.

To believe that Yeshua's blood was shed for the remission of sins.



I confess before you, O God, that I am a sinner. I confess that I am not able to save myself. Therefore I turn to Yeshua from Nazareth, Your only Begotten Son, Who You sent into this world to redeem me. I believe that He died upon the tree (cross) in order to redeem me.

I believe that He rose from the dead, signifying the victory over sin that He offers to all who believe in Him. I believe that only through His blood that You forgive my sin, those which I have sinned or will sin in the future.

I want to invite You, Yeshua, to be my Lord, send me Your Holy Spirit, that I might walk in Your ways, obeying Your Word, in the Name of Yeshua the Messiah, Amen.