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What Rob Believes

 

 

There are a LOT of rumors going around about me these days. So for the record (and for the newbies in the crowd) I’ve created this blog post. It is divided up into the Short Version and the Long Version.

 

 


The Short Version:

The following represents a high-level, general overview of my thoughts and beliefs on commonly challenged topics. 

The first thing people need to realize is that much of this is nothing new. People have been arguing and fighting and in disagreement over many of these things for hundreds and even thousands of years.

Indeed, there is a reason we have thousands of Christian denominations. It’s because Christians can rarely agree on anything. Worse still, when they encounter others who have a different take on something, one of the first words to get thrown around is, “HERETIC!” Frankly, I find that to be exceptionally ignorant and rather immature. Especially when used toward a brother or sister who DOES believe that “Jesus Christ is the way, the truth and the life and no one comes unto the Father except through Him. And that salvation is by grace, through faith and not of works lest anyone should boast.” If someone believes this, that’s really all that matters as far as I’m concerned. The rest is debatable. And to think any one of us has ALL the RIGHT ANSWERS is presumptuous at best and exceptionally arrogant and prideful at worst. I for one do NOT claim to have it all right. All I can do is share what I think and believe to be true about these somewhat “weighty” topics based on decades of experience and personal research. So here goes…

1) I believe the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are indeed “one” and I accept the way Scripture defines each. I don’t however accept the definitions of the Trinity, which were given to us by a Mithra worshiper (Constantine), through the Catholic Church. I accept what Yeshua/Jesus Himself had to say about His relationship to the Father. And my understanding of the Holy Spirit is not limited to the use of pronouns which can and are translated in our English Bibles in a variety of different ways. Furthermore, I recognize that “God” and “the LORD” are not the NAMES of our Creator. His name is YHWH and our English translators REMOVED it over 6,000 times, replacing it with a title. I also recognize that the word “Jesus” was never heard prior to about 400 years ago. Even the KJV originally shipped with His name as “Iesous.” His given name was Yeshua, the name FROM WHICH the word “Jesus” was transliterated:

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That said, I am NOT a “Sacred Namer” and don’t believe the way we pronounce these names are things we should be dividing over.

2) I believe Yeshua/Jesus is the way the truth and the life and no one comes to the Father except through Him (John 14:6).

3) I believe we are saved by Grace through Faith and that it is a free gift, and NOT of works, lest anyone should boast (Ephesians 2:8:9). And I have NEVER believed nor taught anything even remotely close to a doctrine of earning our salvation based on works.

4) Concerning the role of the Law in the Believer’s life, I believe and teach nothing more/less than what was taught by Yeshua/Jesus in Matthew 5 – 7 and by John in 1 John 2 – 5. Obedience to YHWH (within the post Resurrection of Christ parameters given in Hebrews 4 – 8 of the Melchizedek order) should be the natural by-product of our faith and the evidence that we “love God” and “love our neighbor.”

5) I think the Apostle Paul is AWESOME and now that I’ve come to know where he was coming from, I love him all the more. And Galatians presents no problem for me because I accept Paul’s statement in 1 Cor. 11:1 as well as his own defense of his beliefs given in Acts and all the more because of his firm stance against sin (a.k.a. transgression of the Law) all through his writings. I find him to be 100% in AGREEMENT with every other author of Scripture and believe MANY in the Church today (especially pastors) are guilty of what Peter warned (the GALATIANS) about in 2 Peter 3.

6) I don’t accept the commercial interruption between Malachi and Matthew most people want to insert there. It’s one complete story from Genesis to Revelation, describing ONE God who has a relationship with ONE Bride, which had to be redeemed by ONE Messiah, ONE time.

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7) Regarding the identity of the “Church,” I accept Stephen’s testimony in Acts 7:38 and Paul’s understanding given in Romans 7 – 11 and Ephesians 2, which is in complete agreement with the entire book of Hosea (which he directly quotes in order to make his case).

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8) I completely REJECT Dispensation theology and consider it to be a total heresy, which has robbed entire generations of their true identity according to the Scriptures.

9) I no longer believe in the pre-Trib. Rapture and consider that doctrine to be Biblically unsupported and entirely eisegetical.

10) I accept Biblical cosmology for how the Scriptures describe it LITERALLY and see no reason to spin the whole thing off into turning all of those Scriptures into allegory, metaphor and poetry.

11) I believe the Bible is the authoritative, Holy Spirit inspired words of YHWH – IN THEIR ORIGINAL LANGUAGES. By this I mean to say that I’ve yet to find a “perfect” TRANSLATION of the Bible in English. From what I’ve seen, all translations come with translator bias attached. I grew up with and still study from the KJV. However to say it is the ONLY “perfect, inerrant, literal, word-for-word translation in English” is demonstrably false. I stand against KJV Only mentalities because there ARE errors in it and you can’t claim to have a “literal word-for-word translation” that has literally REMOVED the name of YHWH over 6,000 times and replaced it with a generic title. That indisputable fact nullifies the argument for me. For this, and many other reasons, I am a HUGE advocate for parallel Bibles and ALWAYS comparing the English with the Hebrew, Greek and Aramaic. This is easy enough to do with many on-line tools and software.

12) I am NOT and never have been into Kabbalah.

13) I am NOT a Freemason, and regularly teach against that and all other “secret societies.” In fact, my first book, Babylon Rising: And The First Shall Be Last is all about rebuking that sort of Luciferian nonsense and I have a long and well-established track record of publicly taking a stand against such things.

14) I am not and never have been a member of any cult, nor am I the leader of one. In fact, I REGULARLY tell people NOT to believe me and to do their own research. And when I do attend a small home fellowship, I am NOT the leader of it.

15) I don’t do what I do out of a desire for fame and fortune. People who REGULARLY claim I “do it for the money” need to explain why it is then that I give ALL of my material away for FREE! People buy the products I sell because they want to, not because it is their only option. Furthermore, if you think lots of subs on YouTube automatically translates to lots of money, you are delusional. Especially in my case – because most of my videos get demonetized for use of “third party content”. What that means is, even if I only use 30 sec. of someone else’s material in a 3 hour video, THEY get to monetize the content and not me (even though, legally, I’m well within Fair Use). Beyond that, if I’m supposedly “all about the money,” why the heck am I consistently picking the UNPOPULAR topics to talk about?? The subjects I discuss are NOT the feel good, make lots of money kind of topics. No. The stuff I talk about usually ends up getting everyone mad at me and then I typically find myself being kicked out of churches, conferences and ministries for it. So, where people get the completely misguided notion that I’m somehow “fleecing the flock” or doing what I do just to gain followers and more money is beyond me. At least at present, I don’t even have a Patreon account. But that’s not to say that YHWH isn’t an amazing provider. He certainly is and He continues to bless my wife and I for the work we do. But if you have a problem with people being prompted by the Holy Spirit to contribute toward our work, then you need to take it up with the Holy Spirit.

There are many more points I could list, but these are the big ones.


Another question that seems to pop up a lot lately (due to the rantings of lunatics stating otherwise) is this one right here:

Is Rob Skiba REALLY a Christian?

For anyone who knows me and who has taken the time to look at pretty much anything I write or speak about, this answer should be quite obviously stated with a loud, YES! But let’s unpack it a bit for those too lazy to look into my whole life’s body of work for themselves:

Acts 11:
20 And some of them were men of Cyprus and Cyrene, which, when they were come to Antioch, spake unto the Grecians, preaching the Lord Jesus.
21 And the hand of the Lord was with them: and a great number believed, and turned unto the Lord.
22 Then tidings of these things came unto the ears of the church which was in Jerusalem: and they sent forth Barnabas, that he should go as far as Antioch.
23 Who, when he came, and had seen the grace of God, was glad, and exhorted them all, that with purpose of heart they would cleave unto the Lord.
24 For he was a good man, and full of the Holy Ghost and of faith: and much people was added unto the Lord.
25 Then departed Barnabas to Tarsus, for to seek Saul:
26 And when he had found him, he brought him unto Antioch. And it came to pass, that a whole year they assembled themselves with the church, and taught much people. And THE DISCIPLES WERE CALLED CHRISTIANS first in Antioch.

So, again YES, I accept the title of “Christian” in like manner to what is described above. I believe in and regularly preach Yeshua haMashiach (aka Jesus Christ) as our Savior. This makes me a “Christian.” That said, what has happened to “Christianity” from about 300 AD forward has twisted and mangled the original meaning so badly that a “Christian” today looks nothing like what it did in Acts 11.

Thus, my goal has been to try and restore “Christianity” back to “the WAY” of the 1st Century and to reveal the true HEBREW Messiah – the Torah observant man of the tribe of Judah – named Yeshua (born during the Fall Feast season – I believe on the Feast of Trumpets), Whom many have distorted today into a Greek “Jesus” (born on December 25th) Who allegedly did away with Torah. The content of this website represents just a portion of my work toward accomplishing this goal.


This video was not done by me, but it really does a great job of summarizing what I likewise believe:


The Long Version of my Statement of Faith:

Originally published on September 22, 2013 at 6:26 PM

Although many like to think otherwise, I am NOT part of the Hebrew Roots Movement nor the Sacred Name Movement. Many have tried to tie me to one or more of these movements (or even to some cults), but the fact is, I am a “free agent” who does not consider himself part of any denomination, movement or cult. But since so many wanted (needed) to place a label on me, I went ahead and created one out of thin air:

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If interested, you can read more about “the Whole Bible Movement” CLICK HERE. So, if you must put a label on me, use that one. Thanks.

Along similar lines, it has come to my attention that there are a few exceptionally ignorant, obnoxious and annoying people out there as of late, who have made it their life’s mission to bear false witness and spread gossip, claiming to know what I believe and stating things that simply are not true. In fact, from a legal standpoint, these bogus posts qualify for slander, defamation of character and libel. While I have no intention of suing anyone, I will not stand by and let this nonsense pass unchallenged. So, for the record, and for anyone who cares to actually know the truth about what I believe, here is my…

OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF FAITH:

  1. I believe in one eternal God whose name is YHWH (Deuteronomy 6:4). He is the Father of the “only begotten Son,” Yeshua (a.k.a. Jesus – John 3:16) , and He has sent His Holy Spirit to empower, comfort and encourage us in our walk with Him. I believe the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are one (Genesis 1:1-4; Isaiah 11:1-5; John 1:1-14; 10:30; 17:11; 1 John 5:7), thus, commonly referred to as the Trinity. 

  2. I believe that YHWH sent His only begotten Son into the world to pay the price for our sin (John 3:16) and that Yeshua was His given name (though He is commonly known as “Jesus” to most). When He came to this earth, He did so having been born of a virgin (Matthew 1:18-20), lived a sinless life (Hebrews 4:15), demonstrated the authority and power of God in works and speech, died on the cross, rose from the dead on the third day (1 Corinthians 15:4), and is now seated at the right hand of God (Mark 16:19; Luke 22:69; Acts 2:33) having accomplished all that is necessary for man’s salvation (as described in all four Gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John as well as in the books of Romans and Hebrews and all throughout the New Testament). [Click here for more on my take on the nature of Christ]

  3. I believe it is essential for man to repent of sin and by faith receive the finished work of Christ by professing Yeshua (Jesus) as Lord with his mouth and believing in his heart, thus resulting in regeneration by the Holy Spirit (Romans 6:23, Romans 10:9-10). I believe salvation comes by Grace through Faith and that it is the free gift of God, not of works lest anyone should boast (Ephesians 2:8,9). I also believe that this profession of faith should be followed by full immersion baptism as a public act of obedience (Acts 2:38). Once saved, I believe YHWH’s Law (Torah) becomes written on our heart (Jeremiah 31:33). The Law cannot save us, but it does set the standard for what sin is (1 John 3:4). Once saved, we should strive to not sin (1 John 2:1-6) and with the power of the Holy Spirit living within us, we should be compelled to obey God (Romans 8:1-16). We do so not out of a need to “work for our salvation” but rather, simply out of love for and obedience to our Heavenly Father (1 John 5:1-4) who sent His only Son to save us by Grace through Faith in His finished work alone. Paul teaches that it is the CARNAL mind that is at war with God and thus refuses to be subject to the Law – thus such people cannot please God:

    Romans 8:
    Because the carnal mind is enmity against God: for it is not subject to the law of God, neither indeed can be.
    So then they that are in the flesh cannot please God.

  4. Through our profession of faith in Yeshua (Jesus), I believe we receive the deposit of the Holy Spirit within us (2 Corinthians 1:22; Ephesians 1:14; 2 Timothy 1:14). Furthermore, I believe the Holy Spirit is continuing the work that was started at Pentecost (i.e. the Pentecost of Acts 2) empowering Believers to live a godly life and to continue in all the works of Yeshua (John 14:12; Mark 16:17,18; Acts 1:8).

  5. As Believers in Yeshua (Jesus), I understand that we are now His body here on earth and therefore I believe we should be doing what His body did while He walked this earth: proclaiming the Kingdom message, healing the sick, raising the dead, casting out demons, curing lepers… and even greater works (John 14:12;1 Corinthians 12:28; Mark 16:17,18). Thus, I choose to accept the words of our Savior and reject the words of men who teach that the “Gifts of the Spirit” passed away with the Apostles as described in the (Satan inspired) Doctrine of Cessation, which is in direct contradiction to many New Testament Scriptures, not the least of which, Romans 11:29 and those already given above.

  6. I believe that all who have trusted in Yeshua (Jesus) as their Savior will be resurrected after death in an incorruptible body (1 Corinthians 15:53-55) to receive reward in Heaven (Luke 6:22-23; Colossians 3:23-25; Hebrews 11:6) and a dwelling place in the New Jerusalem (Revelation 21). Those who do not believe in Christ will join Satan and his host in everlasting punishment (Matthew 25:46; Luke 16:22-24; Revelation 14:11). Thus, I also believe in a literal Heaven and a literal Hell (which will eventually be cast into a Lake of Fire according to Revelation 20:14).

  7. I believe the true Church is composed of all born-again Believers in Yeshua, regardless of man-made denominational affiliations. Such Believers are also known as the “body of Christ” (Romans 12:5; Colossians 1:24; Ephesians 5:23). This body consists of many parts (1 Corinthians 12:11-13), all of which are essential for God’s work here on earth; with Gentiles becoming “fellow heirs” with Israel of the same body (Ephesians 3:6). Thus, I believe that the Church began at the first Pentecost (Acts 7:38) and that when we accept Yeshua (Jesus) as our savior, we get grafted into the “cultivated olive tree” that is Israel (Romans 11), we get adopted into the family of God (Galatians 3:6,7; 14; 26-29; Romans 8:14-16), and we become part of the New Jerusalem (Revelation 21), which is defined by the twelve tribes of Israel. This is not Replacement Theology. It is an understanding of the grafting/adoption/joint-heir process clearly taught in the Scriptures. I believe there is one God, who has one plan, for one Bride and that there are many errors in Dispensation Theology (see also: Jeremiah 31:31-33; Matthew 15:24; Ephesians 2:11-13; 3:21; 1 Peter 2:9,10; Hebrews 8:8-12).

  8. I believe all born-again Believers have been commissioned to share the complete Gospel to all the world (Matthew 28:18-20).

  9. I believe the Holy Bible is Divinely inspired (2 Timothy 3:16), written by men and empowered by God, infallible and authoritative in the original manuscripts. When it comes to translations of the Bible, I believe it is profitable to compare multiple versions, while cross-referencing the original languages in order to discern the meanings and truths that the Scriptures are trying to convey in languages that are very different from the original texts, which were written in Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. That said, although I do believe such study techniques can be helpful, the fact is, one only needs to read the Scriptures and trust the Holy Spirit to lead them to all truth. Biblically speaking, there is no need for human teachers to explain the Scriptures to us (1 John 2:27) – meaning, even though I do believe there are people gifted and commissioned by YHWH to be teachers, the Holy Spirit is to be our final authority.

  10. I believe Yeshua (Jesus) is coming again – probably soon. I do believe in the Rapture (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18), however I do not believe the timing of it is something that Believers should be arguing about, thus causing division. Although I personally believe the Post-Tribulation/Pre-Wrath Rapture has the most biblical support (Matthew 24:29-31), my heart’s desire to be ready for it whenever it happens. I would rather be prepared (for the long haul) and not need to be, than not be prepared when I do need to be. Regardless, I believe we were commanded to occupy until He returns (Luke 19:13), not sit back and wait for some great escape. Death is just as imminent as the Rapture and therefore my focus is on reaching the Lost, and not on leaving them behind.

It is difficult to summarize everything I believe into 10 bullet points, but these are my core beliefs so please don’t let anyone tell or convince you otherwise. You may or may not agree with them and that’s fine, but at least this is coming directly from me and not some third party with an agenda.

I am not interested in debating these points, nor am I interested in dealing with the aftermath of such debates. Take it or leave it. These are simply the beliefs that I have come to after nearly 40 years worth of reading, studying and listening to teachings on the Scriptures as well as much prayer. If you disagree with my conclusions, my suggestion would be to create your own Statement of Faith and stand by it. Then let the Holy Spirit work on all of us, correcting anything that needs correcting.

Shalom.

– Rob Skiba




14 Responses to “What Rob Believes”

  1. Pat Keller says:

    Rob
    Thank you I am being attacked as well, (not like you) but this will be very helpful for me to defend my faith as my friends keep sending me stuff like Sheil Zilinsky on the dark side of Hebrew roots she mentions you and others that we are an occult. I tell them I’m not a HR follower but that I am just following what the Bible tells me because I take the Bible literally. They still insist that the law was done away with,however, I do not and so this gives me a great foundation. I really liked Avi Ben Mordechai do you still follow his teachings?
    I’m always looking for new ways to study the Torah. Hang in there Rob these demonic forces are showing their true colors. My daddy always said give them enough rope they will gang themselves. LOL those Dean Odles an Nathan Roberts are crazy and isn’t it just like Satan to use flat earth to give them a platform. Sad

  2. Pastor Kirk Wesselink says:

    After taking great pains to disarm the word heretic in defense of yourself; then later you toss all dispensationalists and cessationists into “heresy” and “Satan inspired.” You are thus saying that they are NOT your “brothers and sisters” and do NOT hold to “Jesus Christ is the way, the truth and the life and no one comes unto the Father except through Him. And that salvation is by grace, through faith and not of works lest anyone should boast.” By your own description you are “exceptionally ignorant and rather immature” to do so.

    • RobSkiba2 says:

      Uhmm… I am saying Dispensation THEOLOGY and Cessation THEOLOGY is heresy and Satan inspired DOCTRINE designed to rob us of our identity and the power(s) granted to us by the Holy Spirit through our faith in Yeshua/Jesus. So, please don’t put words into my mouth. I didn’t say those who believe those doctrines are heretics. Yes, I do understand that the definition of a heretic is someone who believes in heresy. I get that. But unlike those who regularly come against me, I’m not launching any Inquisitions against people who have differing views from my own, painting huge broad stroke eternal judgments over them based on MINOR points of disagreement. I am standing against TEACHINGS and DOCTRINES that I find unbiblical. They CAN still be my brothers and sisters if they believe Jesus is the way, the truth and the life and no one comes unto the Father except through Him and if they agree that salvation is by grace, through faith and not of works. I’ve ALWAYS said that I consider such people to be my brothers and sisters, even if we have disagreements on NON-ESSENTIAL points of doctrine. See, I believe it is actually possible to recognize someone is still saved even if they hold to beliefs that contradict Scripture in NON-ESSENTIAL areas – Dispensation and Cessation theologies fitting this category. To me, they are Satanically inspired, anti-Biblical doctrines and in my opinion, those who believe in these things are simply deceived and living beneath their true identity and potential.

      Dispensation Theology completely contradicts the entire Bible, but most specifically what Paul himself wrote in Romans 7-11, Ephesians 2 and elsewhere. And Cessation Theology totally contradicts what JESUS said in John 14:12, what Paul had to say concerning the Gifts of the Spirit and what James had to say in chapter 5 of his epistle.

    • Rebecca (justbecky) Collins says:

      Pastor Wesselink, I feel I must defend Brother Rob and offer myself as a testimony to Rob’s work. After spending 30 plus years in Sunday churches, I left feeling completely sucked dry. I had no relationship, understanding or knowledge of YHVH. Then I came across Rob Skiba’s Genesis 6 material. I learned more about my Creator’s character in two of his videos than any church ‘teacher/leader’ could answer in 30 years. I am now a scripture reading, born-again Jesus/Yeshua loving zealot. My husband is a believer and both my teenage daughters could out midrash most adults. YHVH’s blessings reign in our household with peace and abundantly living. I know this is one of a hundred testimonies for Mr. Skiba. His basket is full of fruit from the Father and you can’t call that ignorant or immature no matter how you stuff and spin words. I pray that your eyes be opened and heart gets fleshy so that you to can have a full harvest basket.

    • Roxanne says:

      Pastor Wesselink,
      Why so thin skinned and offendable? I am sure it’s because you believe in dispenation/cessation, which is just a part of your belief system, but not necessary for salvation! If the love of Yah is in you and you truly believe Rob is in error, why aren’t you praying for the eyes of his understanding to be opened!? However, I do not believe he is in error.
      As a very thick skinned (unoffendable), ex Catholic, ex Baptist, ex Word of Faith follower of Yeshua I would strongly encourage you to walk in love having no buttons people can push! This is the problem with the church…..the love walk! John 13:35
      Shalom Pastor

  3. David Waite says:

    If we can agree that we are human beings, subject, each to our own personal existence, we learn to perceive our finite natural existence. Birth, growth and death become a perceived order that we express as time. Extended time is then perceived as history.
    Due to the sequential nature of existence, we naturally have to rely on recorded and oral history. Here lies a possible problem. Humans make mistakes, errors, lie and deceive.
    As we are not the author of our own existence and are surrounded by an ordered habitation, this begs the question, ‘What intelligence made us intelligent?
    The only true answer must come from the intelligence alone, who can be the only objective entity of our subjective existence.
    This revelation comes by way of spirit from the Creator and reveals our fallen state, a surprise to the intellect of the soul. Communication with the Creator reveals our sin and need for a Saviour.
    This reveals to him who believes and desires the truth to surrender to the true maker who is Jesus, the Christ of God.
    The Spirit reveals this Man, who offers salvation in His own death on the cross. The believer must be born again from above by dieing into Him in order to receive the new Life in Christ Jesus.
    If the believer counts the cost and stumbles at this death and turns away, he will not receive the gift of faith that comes by hearing His voice. At this stage the word has not fallen on good ground.
    Unfortunately, the born again believer has already had a life so far of hearing falsehoods and now enters, as a babe in Christ, to a new community of believers who ‘know all right doctrine’ so being taught by the Creator can be ignored.
    Faith received by the Spirit speaking who confirms with witnesses is substituted by intellectual comprehension of truth or unbelief that profits nothing.

    So we are advised to read the bible and ask God for understanding too.

    Here in lies the same pitfall of intellectual understanding in opposition to personal revelation from God.

    What is wrong with the oft repeated sentence: “The bible is the true inerrant inspired word of God”

    Answer: It is a created book that cannot “SAY” anything. To believe so is actually idolatry, and it has become an idol of wood.

    I agree with Rob that there are human errors and no perfect translations underscoring that it is a created book of scripture.

    The same Spirit that inspired men of old to write down what God said to them requires the same Spirit to reveal the truth to the reader.
    To assume that all scripture in the bible is God inspired cannot be correct.
    Books have been included and removed over time by humans.
    Modifications to scripture have been admittedly made to impart a ‘better’ grammatical reading and understanding. The favourite ‘infallibly, completely inspired proof’ scripture 2Tim 3V16 is a case in point.
    KJV scholars admitted adding the word ‘is’ in two places to do this.
    Many recent translations have copied this change.
    This change imputes infallibility to scripture alone, whereas removing ‘is’ requires the Holy Spirit to inspire scripture.
    All scripture is read and therefore interpreted, so it is no wonder that there are false doctrines and a myriad of denominations with pet bias.

    I believe the church that Jesus builds has continually strayed into denomination.
    The best example of Jesus building His church is in Acts 2 where they were of one accord and one mind, but it did not prevail and abide in Jesus, soon descended into human control and direction.

    What we born again believers call the church is not, but just the body of Christ gathering together in places of communal worship often with spots and blemishes, and even wolves in the midst.

  4. Daryl Erfmann says:

    Hi Rob,
    Just wanted to know who died on the cross for you,
    was it Jesus, was it God, who was he that dies on the cross for you ? You can answer it was Jesus or you can answer it was God. Simple question deserves simple answer.

  5. Daniel Souza says:

    Shalom, Rob. How is it going?
    I’ve seen some of your debates on youtube regarding the flat earth theory. Are you interested in debating this topic with brazilians? This belief has been growing here lately but there are no flatearthers who accept real debates. Please, mail me danieel.m.s@bol.com.br
    Thank you and best regards.

    • RobSkiba2 says:

      Hey Daniel. Thanks for thinking of me. Not really interested in debating anyone. I put a lot of time and effort into what I’ve done already. People can take it or leave it. I simply don’t have the time to prepare for and conduct debates anymore. I’m moving on to more important issues/topics.

  6. Heather Thorne says:

    I need to show you illustration asap Yehua showed me

  7. Heather Thorne says:

    Rob you have e done all the research . I drew what Yeshua showed me today.where can I send it? Satan counterfeits but also copies because he is not creative. I can only give e this to you

  8. Thank you, Rob. I’m fresh from defending you on a Nathan Roberts post. I appreciate your statement of faith. I have differences with how you believe, but I have a lot in common with you also, and especially in all the vital points — and also strive to follow the whole Bible.

    You are the first one I heard to really keep saying that those in Israel now were not the fulfillment of prophecy. I really didn’t want to believe that, but go figure — You were right! I do believe that there are prophecies about what’s going on in Israel now, but I get what you meant about the reign of Christ/Mashiach on Earth not being fulfilled yet.

    Anyway, thank you! Stay strong in the fundamentals. Like Torah, Flat Earth, and of course Yeshua/Jesus!

  9. Cathy Catey says:

    Rob,

    Just want to say thanks for fighting the good fight. We cannot turn away from those things we know the Holy Spirit has brought is to teach it to us that we might share it with others. That seems to be my calling, a “trumpeteer” or what would be called a “seedsower.” I have been so blessed by your teachings and though I cannot articulate chapter and verse like I should, I have to come to the same points of question and conclusion as you. Many of us have been brought through these realizations – I believe for desired to know Truth in the inmost place. Once there, how can we or anyone turn back without having to deny the very Spirit of God at work in us through the confirmation of the Word and the indescribable Shalom of God it endows? It is why my faith in YHWH, Yeshua, the infallible original Word, is so strong, and Lord Willing will never be taken from me. It is why I can confidently share my faith in the finished work of YHWH through our beloved Messiah’s sacrifice – the purchased prized redeemed possession – His bride and the hope and promise of the restoration of all things! Hallelu YAH!!

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