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"WWJD" ?

1 John 2:6 "Whoever says he abides in him ought to walk in the same way in which he walked"

1 Peter 2:21 "For to this you have been called, because Messiah also suffered for you, leaving you an example, so that you might follow in his steps. He committed no sin, neither was deceit found in his mouth. When he was reviled, he did not revile in return, when he suffered, he did not threaten, but continued entrusting himself to him who judges justly"


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In the 1990s there was a fad(sadly it was just a fad) where people started saying "WWJD?" and wearing bracelets and jewelries saying "WWJD?".

WWJD stands for "What would Jesus do?", basically asking what would the Messiah do in various situations.


This WWJD exploded in a craze, and it actually made differences in the lives of the people.

People were stopping themselves before they did things they shouldn't do and thinking to themselves, WWJD? Then proceeded to make a much better choice.

People were seeing others acting in certain ways, and they would casually say to them, WWJD? And the people would snap out of it and behave better.

This is recent evidence to show us just how big of a difference it can make if people would just put importance on behavior and talk about and mention YHWH and his righteous son Yahushua the Messiah.


This really is a good thing to ask yourself when you're in a tough situation where you need to choose what to do, if you're having trouble choosing correctly, suffering from blindness or bias, you can ask yourself what would the Messiah do.


Those who obey the commands of YHWH wear tassels every day, these tassels also serve to accomplish in reminding us how to behave and what to do just like the WWJD bracelets.
 The Messiah himself wore these too of course.

Also, those who bind the commands to their hand as well are having a reminder on their hand just like these WWJD bracelets.



Another benefit of these WWJD bracelets that made an impact in the world, was others were curious when they seen these and they would ask about them, as to what they were and meant, and it led to opportunities for the people wearing them to share about YHWH and his son, and the Bible, with others.

That is a great benefit, and these same opportunities come up when you obey the commandments of YHWH.
 It can make it much easier to get onto the subject with friends and strangers naturally, others may be curious why you're doing a certain thing, or they may be curious what your tassels are.
 So, don't hide your light from others as it influences others to do likewise, and also motivates people to converse with you concerning such things.


This idea of wearing a reminder is not anything new, as mentioned above, it's in the Law of YHWH.
 However it certainly may have seemed like a new concept in the modern Christian societies that knew nothing about the Law of YHWH(because they did not read and obey the Bible).

This shows us teachings and such does still affect those in these groups.
 Get out there and work to share with others, not everyone is a hard stone that rejects righteousness, many truly are just misled, having inherited false teachings from their parents and society.



WWJD traces it's origins from far back actually, it did not originate in the 1990s, but rather someone revived it and put the question into the spotlight with the fad.
 Men throughout the centuries have asked this question with their teachings of the imitation of the Messiah.


WWJD in modern days has sadly passed on, and fallen out of popularity.
 There are many people who are still familiar with it having lived through that fad and I hope those people are able to gain inspiration from this shared point.


I imagine that there is a chance now to recapture that curiosity of others and that is by making use of WWYD(Restoration of the Messiah's Hebrew name).
 They may think to themselves, I know about "WWJD", but what does this "WWYD" mean?
 So they may ask you, and you will be able to share to them it's the same phrase but makes use of his actual Hebrew name, and this opens up the chance to continue on sharing more things that will hopefully capture their interest.


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To the point of this project, modern Christians out there are teaching and claiming that they imitate Yahushua.
 
We are taught to do this from the Bible, and he is our example of how we should live.

1 John 2:6 "Whoever says he abides in him ought to walk in the same way in which he walked"

1 Peter 2:21 "For to this you have been called, because Messiah also suffered for you, leaving you an example, so that you might follow in his steps. He committed no sin, neither was deceit found in his mouth. When he was reviled, he did not revile in return, when he suffered, he did not threaten, but continued entrusting himself to him who judges justly"


Imitate means to do exactly like he did, yet how are those modern Christians that claim this imitating him?

He didn't start a new "religion" and say have nothing to do with the ancient ways, he did not forsake the Law, he did not forget the 7th day Sabbath, he didn't feast on unclean animals, he didn't honor tradition over Elohim and follow men over Elohim, neither did he ignore his Father's festivals and instead keep pagan festivals and traditions.
 
Not only are those who behave in these ways not imitating him, but they're doing the things him and his Father have told us not to do.

So, WWYD?

He would love YHWH.

He would keep the entire Law of his Father!

He would keep the 7th day Sabbath.

He would Keep the festivals.

He would warn against vain traditions of men.

He would teach others to hear Elohim and obey the Law, and for them to teach others to do the same.

He wouldn't eat unclean animals.

He wouldn't celebrate his Birthday on Dec 25th.

He would love others.


These are the things he did, so to imitate him these are the things that you must do too, otherwise you're not imitating him.

There is no profit in lying about imitating him, it would be more beneficial for modern Christians to admit they do not and will not imitate him because he does the things they teach against, then in their honesty rather than trying to hide the facts, people may wake up and realize modern Christianity has very little to do with actual "Christianity" other than stealing it's name and trying to trick the masses into following the satan.




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