what we believe in brief
1. Hebrew Apostolics believe in one God whose name is Yah, Yah (Lord) or Elohim (God). We do not just believe in any other gods or lords, of which their are many, we believe in one God and He is Elohim the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob - The Elohim of Israel.
2. We believe in Yahoshuah His Son as the only means of Salvation for all of humanity whatever their ethnicity and that He was born of a virgin.
3. We believe that Elohim's focus is first and foremost the salvation of His lost sheep of the House of Israel or the dispersed. That this means the Semitic (black and dark skinned) peoples who are descended from Jacob and from the enslaved Hebrews spread all over the world and not the European (Ashkenarzi or Sephardic) Jews converted to Hebrewism and currently the majority in Israel.
4. We the Hebrew-apostolics are to be a light to the gentiles (non-Hebrew peoples) including those who stole our identity and call themselves "Jewish". We are to lead them all by our speech, behaviour and beliefs back to Yah so that those who truly follow Him will be saved.
5. We the Hebrew-apostolics believe in Salvation by repentance to Yah, baptism in the name of Yahoshuah the Messiah (Jesus Christ) and infilling of Yah's Holy Spirit as the only way to be adopted into or be born again into the family of Yah (no matter what race).
6. Hebrew-apostolics are believers in the whole counsel of Elohim and that this is best conveyed in the King James Authorised version of the the Scriptures. We do however see significance in some non-canonized books that are mentioned in Scripture like the book of Enoch and Jasher.
7. We the Hebrew-apostolics believe we must live a life acceptable (Holy) unto Elohim as outlined by the Apostles and disciples of Yahoshuah.
8. It is because of these beliefs that we the Hebrew apostolics are so called, because we cannot deny our identity (Hebrew) nor the teachings that we follow (apostolic doctrine). The teachings of the apostles and disciples of Yahoshuah as He passed it down unto them. What we believe is no secret
9. Last but not least, Hebrew-apostolics believe in the prophetic and miraculous power of Elohim and that His will is unstoppable, His Word indomitable and that what He says, must surely come to pass. click here to get some cool free stuff or look below for some video information.