Beit Tikkun

Welcome to Beit Tikkun House of Healing and Repair

About us and our Beliefs

Our goal is to educate three people groups on the Hebraic Roots of the bible. These groups are the unsaved and those in other belief systems, Christians/Returning Israelites and Jews from the house of Judah whether secular or religious. Per Hosea 4:6 Yahweh says his people perish for lack of knowledge. Because they have rejected knowledge he also rejects them as priests and because they have forsaken his Torah he will also forsake their children. Our focus is to provide sound teachings that will bring his people to the knowledge and understanding of his word that his people will love him and keep his commandments. Our motto is simple "Love the people and teach the truth". We do not uphold Christian bashing. If there is a doctrine or belief that we believe is in error or that we don't agree with we address the doctrine and not the people of the doctrine because none of us has it all right. We also do not support teachings that produce strife, evil divisions and works of the flesh. These include but are not limited to teachings on sacred names that promote the belief that a person is not saved unless they were saved under a certain name or pronounce Yahweh's name a certain way. Teachings that promote replacement theology by means of race, skin color or other beliefs that originated outside the scriptures and Teachings that promote elitism and self-righteousness rather than unity. We must remember that we are all learning and make up different parts of the body of Mashiach and as such our goal is to build unity and love throughout the body of Mashiach.

We believe that Yahweh is sovereign. That Yeshua is the only begotten Son of Yahweh as well as the Mashiach (Messiah) spoken of in the Tanakh (Original Testament) and confirmed in the Brit Chadasha (Renewed Testament).

We believe that Yeshua in accordance with the Tanakh first appeared as the Mashiach Ben Yosef fulfilling the role of the suffering servant and that we are awaiting for him to reappear as the Mashiach Ben David or the Conquering King who will reunite the 12 tribes of Israel from the two houses of Judah (Judah and Benjamin) and Yosef/Ephraim/ Israel ( the remaining 10 tribes who are dispersed throughout all the nations of the world.), will rebuild and reestablish the Temple in Eretz Israel and will fulfill all the prophecies of the Bible in regards to him as the King from Breisheit (The book of Genesis) to Hitgalut ( the book of Revelations)

As the Messiah Ben Yosef we believe Yeshua was not born of an earthly husband but by the will of Avinu Shabashamayim (our heavenly father) and by the power of the Ruach Hakodesh (Holy Spirit). Just as the first man Adam was born so was the last man Adam born which is Yeshua.

We believe per the scriptures found in the Tanakh and Brit Chadasha Yeshua was born of a virgin birth, lived as a Yehudi (Jew) keeping the Torah ( Laws) of Moshe ( Moses). We believe that Yeshua redeemed us by the shedding of his blood on a tree (cross) and took our curse for the transgression of Torah passed down to all from Adam and Eve.

We believe that Yeshua gave his life on the cross per his own words in scripture. (No one Jew or Gentile took his life and the anti-Semitism born from the misconception that the Jews killed him is of Hasatan the lawless one) We believe that after three days and three nights Yeshua resurrected and now sits at the right hand of the Father in heaven as the high priest interceding on our behalf and is soon to return as Mashiach Ben David.

We believe that Yeshua's statement in Matthew 5 about fulfilling the Law does not mean that he did away with the Torah of Moses but rather he came to fill it up with meaning and interpret it correctly. We also believe that he lived keeping all the Laws of Moshe that he could (for example he would not have been able to keep the laws of a woman on her menstrual cycle because he was not a woman) perfectly to show us that it could be done. We also believe that he came to repair breaches in the Torah born of rabbinical interpretation or what was called the Oral Law and Works of the Law also addressed in Matthew 5 and elsewhere in scripture. We believe that Yahweh's Torah given to Moses at Mt Sinai is the standard by which all men will be judged according to scripture.

We believe Salvation has and will always be by faith in Yeshua/Yahweh. Per the scriptures we believe that if a person repents of his sins, confesses with his mouth and believes in his heart that Yeshua came, died for his/her sins and resurrected and accepts Yeshua as their Lord and Savior he/she will be saved (future tense notice it says will be saved and not are saved we have salvation now but not yet and so rather than saying we are saved as is traditionally taught we believe we are being saved every day of our lives with the fullness of this being either at death or Yeshua's return). This is not a onetime confession and belief but rather a lifetime of confession and belief. We believe that the belief part of this process requires a lifestyle change of what the bible calls sanctification. We believe that sanctification is a two part process that starts with Accepting Yeshua's work on the cross as described above. We believe at this point we receive his sanctification. We believe that because we have been bought with a price Yahweh/Yeshua instructs us to begin to learn about his Torah or Laws and to keep them and this is the second portion of how we are sanctified. Thus a true believer receives a double portion of sanctification. We do not believe that keeping the Torah saves us but rather sanctifies us and teaches us what True Love is both to Yahweh and to our fellow man. We believe per the scriptures that keeping Torah was never contingent upon doing it perfectly because Yahweh has always had an allotment for repentance even in the OT. We believe that per the scriptures sin is transgression of the Torah. We believe that keeping the Torah is also based upon love and that if someone is trying to keep it without love they are in fact in violation of the Torah. We believe that keeping the Torah brings blessing from Yahweh as we are emulating him and his characteristics in learning of and keeping the commandments. We believe that all 613 commandments of the Torah either teach us how to love Yahweh with all our heart soul and mind or they teach us how to love our neighbor as Yeshua has loved us.

We believe one must be baptized in the Mikveh of Yeshua ( baptism of Yeshua) by water and that one must also be baptized in the Ruach Ha Kodesh ( Baptism of the Holy Spirit) to receive both the fullness in understanding the Scriptures and the fullness of a Relationship with Yahweh. We believe that per the scriptures the Ruach Ha Kodesh ( Holy Spirit ) was given for sanctification by leading and guiding us in all truth which per the scriptures the truth is defined as The Torah. (See psalms 119:142) Thus it is Yahweh's oral Law that leads and guides us in how to keep his written Torah while we are dispersed so that the issue of the corruption of the Written Torah through the oral laws of the Pharisees and Scribes in Yeshua's day could never happen again to a true believer. We believe that the primary evidence of the Baptism of the Spirit per Yeshua's own words is the Fruit of the spirit found in Galatians 5:22-23. We also believe that the Baptism of the Spirit will manifest the gifts of the spirit in a believer’s life per 1 Corinthians 12 and other scriptures. We believe that these gifts the Ruach Ha Kodesh gives as he sees fit and they are used for the edification and the building up of the body of Mashiach. We however look primarily at the Fruit of the Spirit produced in a believers life vs. the traditional view of looking at the gifts as a measurement of weather a believer has the spirit or not. (In other words gifts can be faked especially speaking in tongues but fruit cannot be faked and Messiah Yeshua said that we would know them by their fruit). We believe that the most common gift manifested by the baptism of the Holy spirit is speaking in tongues and so we do support the belief of the Baptism of the Holy spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues but we do not want to limit the Spirit because the scriptures say he gives the gifts as he sees fit.

We believe that True Love and Faith requires action per the scriptures. (See 1 Corinthians 13 love is described as an action and James 2:14-26)