What good is knowledge without discernment? If we are unable to know the difference between what is clean and unclean, good and evil, right and wrong. True knowledge of יהוה/Yahuwah is dependent upon ongoing obedience towards Him.

The Hebraic Epistle of First John - Chapter 2

by Matthew Nolan | The Hebraic Epistle of First John

Yohanan Alef | First John – Chapter 2

First John 2:1 My little children of Yisrael, these things I write to you, so that you may not sin. But if anyone sins.

Knowing יהוה is dependent on an ongoing obedience toward Him or else you become spiritually blind. Something fundamental is meant by the term commandments – commandment in the covenant that the Son enacted. Not just the love command as the Church teaches and not a Levitical, rabbinic interpretation of Torah either. Covenant Torah – the Book of the Covenant Torah!

desires a relationship which is continuous – not episodic! A creature that lives in the יהוה darkness long enough goes blind to the light – it’s a self-inflicted blindness, so a darkness descends upon their life.

First John 2:1 I write to you, so that you may not sin. Yochanan isn’t now adopting the position of the secessionists which he just spent all this time exposing and condemning (1:8)!

The ‘these things’ refers to the situations projected either for commendation or condemnation in 1:6-10 – thereby stiffening the communities resistance to sin!

Yochanan is writing these things, in context of V6-10, so that the community not fall in with the secessionists and claim that they too, no longer sin!

The latter part of 2:1 confirms this interpretation because Yochanan recognizes the possibility of the community sinning,,,,’ but if anybody does sin.’

…we have an advocate with Abba, gauvh ha Moshiach Ha-Tzadik.

‘Advocate’ = ‘Parakle’tos’, only found here in Yoc Alef and four times in the Besorah of Yoc. Nowhere else in the NT, nor in the LXX.

In the besorah of Yoc it denotes the RHK who has been sent to earth when Yahusha returned to the Father.

But here it denotes Yahusha Himself and is connected to His function as HP in the shamayim.’Advocate’ – one who speaks on behalf of the accused. Our advocate in court but also as our sacrificing priest in the temple.

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