Ambassadors 7

Lesson 2

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Greetings Today in the love of the
ONE True God of Israel our Father,
Jesus our Lord of the Cosmos and the leader of The Church of His Body and our bonds of spiritual fellowship we have by our spiritual birth of holy spirit : OUR holy spirit given us by Jesus our Lord is the love of God in our Heart Romans 5:5

Wordlight Fellowship Ambassadors

Lesson 2

The Canon of The Holy Scriptures the Bible

We read instruction from the Apostle Paul that we are to study the written word known as the Bible. We do this to show ourself approved of God as we endeavor to know the light of The Faith, rightly dividing the word of truth : II Timothy 2:15

WE whom endeavor to know the light of The Faith are committed to the light that God has given us the truth in the written word. Darkness is a lack of diligent research and prayer to clarify our understanding of apparent contradictions. WE assert this darkness lies in our not understanding the Biblical texts or in mistranslation of the Biblical texts.

The men of the ONE True God of Israel gave us The Old Testament and those ordained by Jesus our Lord gave us The New Testament.

God Himself has established the Canon of Holy Scriptures. Canon is Greek Kanon and means a straight rod like a cane, a straight rod like a measuring rod and a norm like a law.

The Book or The Old Testament was an instruction of God for all things pertaining to the light of The Faith be written as a memorial

This is written in Exodus 17:14 where God gave instruction to Moses.

The canon of Scripture refers to the law in Deuteronomy:

And what nation is there so great, that has statutes, and judgments so righteous as all this law, which I set before you this day:

Deuteronomy 4:8

The Law of the book – the light of The Faith was written for the king of Israel from the copy written for the priests of Israel the Levites.

Joshua gives us this light:

And Joshua wrote these words in the book of the law of God – the book of the law of whom? The ONE True God of Israel whom is Spirit.

Samuel was a prophet of the ONE True God of Israel. He was given instruction and put it in The Book the Bible : I Samuel 10:25

God instructed the King of Israel to have the people of Israel taught the light of the Faith from the book of the law.

It is written: And the Lord was with King Jehoshaphat, because he walked in the ways of his father King David, and sought not unto Baalim – the darkness and oppression of Dark Angel.

And his heart – not just his mind – his heart too was lifted up in the ways of the Lord – he was faithful to the light of The Faith.

Moreover, he took away the high places and groves out of Judah -places of Dark Angel.

Also, in the third year of his reign he sent to the princes of the cities to teach in the cities of Judah

And along with the messengers he sent Levites and with them Elishama and Jehoram whom were priests.

And they taught in Judah from the book of the law and

they went throughout all the cities of Judah, and taught the people:

II Chronicles 17:3, 6-9

It is clear to the people of Israel that the ONE True God of Israel known to them as Jehovah /dʒɨˈhoʊvə/ :  a Latinization of the Hebrew יְהֹוָה, a vocalization of the Tetragrammaton יהוה (YHWH), the proper name of the God of Israel in the Hebrew Bible, which has also been transcribed as “Yehowah” or “Yahweh  whom gave to the prophets what was to be written.

We have this light concerning God and The Holy Scriptures:

And the statues, and the ordinances, and the law, and the commandment which God gave to His prophets to write for YOU that YOU shall observe to do for evermore; and YOU shall not fear other gods like Dark Angel whom is the “god” of this world according to the Apostle Paul.

II Kings17:37

The priests of Israel were entrusted with the responsibility of keeping the light of The Faith given to the prophets whom were true and faithful prophets of The ONE True God of Israel.

The King of Israel was responsible to see that the people of Israel were taught the light of The Faith which was given them in the Book of the Old Testament.

The Book survived the captivity of Israel by the Babylonians. Nehemiah whom was a governor of Israel and Ezra a priest of the scribes were given responsibility of the light of The Faith written in

The Book

The people were very moved by hearing the words of The Book again after gaining their freedom from captivity. It is written:

So they read in the book of the law of God distinctly, and gave the sense – they expounded the light of The Faith to give the people understanding,

And Nehemiah, whom was the governor, and Ezra the priest of the scribe, and the Levites whom taught the people, said unto the people:

This day is holy unto the Lord your God, mourn not, nor weep;
For all the people wept, when they heard the words of the law.

Nehemiah 8: 8 & 9

Whom gave us the law of Moses???

Ezra left Babylon, and he was a trained scribe in the law of Moses,

which the Lord God of Israel had given:

The ONE True God of Israel is who gave us the law of Moses and The Ten Commandments to Moses

Ezra 6: 6-11

We find the ONE True God of Israel trusted Ezra for Ezra had a pure heart and was faithful to the light of The Faith given by God

We have this light:

For Ezra had prepared his heart to seek the law of the Lord,


Ezra 7:10

The book is the light of The Faith that the priests of Israel protected from extinction.

Nehemiah was in charge of organizing the scribes whom put the written text in order. This written text is the Canon of The Old Testament.

we see that while the texts were written and protected by the scribes that later in the history of Israel we see the group known as The Masoretes were given the charge to protect the light of The Faith.

Their work is a body of work known as The Masora. This work was written in the margins known as “the fence” to protect the purity of the written word from change.

The Gospels and the written word in The New Testament known as The Church Epistles are always in the same order in what is known as the canonical order of The New Testament.

The Book of Acts is a historical text dealing with the transition of The Church of His Body – Jesus our Lord from the penalty of death under the law to everlasting life by grace, from water baptism administered by man to spiritual fellowship by spiritual baptism administered by Jesus our Lord and from fellowship in The Temple @ Jerusalem to fellowship wherever

since the day of Pentecost

The Apostle Paul kept the writings of the Church Epistles and entrusted them to certain men like Timothy his protege to teach other men whom will be faithful to the light of the Faith.

We have this light written by the Apostle Paul to Timothy:

When you come to me bring with you my cloak, and the books, but especially the parchments. The Apostle Paul further instructs Timothy:

And the things that YOU have received from me among many witnesses, the same commit to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.

II Timothy 2: 2 & 15

We are now in the 21st Century.

I ask YOU:

Are YOU willing to be faithful to the light of the Faith revealed now in the 21st Century?

Please read a 21st Century Declaration of Independence which is light given by the Wordlight Research Fellowship:

You will have access to this in Lesson 3.

Thank YOU Almighty God our Father and Jesus our Lord for giving us light in our day to day journey. Amen.

Yours in the Bonds of Fellowship

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