Elijah’s Cry is a ministry designed to serve all those who believe in the Bible and are seeking a deeper understanding of Biblical truth. While it focuses primarily upon unanswered questions and doctrinal problems plaguing mainstream Christians today, individuals from other backgrounds will doubtless find the topics addressed to be interesting and thought provoking as well.
Elijah’s Cry holds that יהוה Elohim (called “God” by most people) of the Bible is the Creator of the universe and that He inspired the Biblical writers to record His will for how man should live on this earth. It holds that all people seeking to serve the Creator should depend only upon these Scriptures to evaluate every doctrine and practice taught today by the various religious faiths and denominations.
Elijah’s Cry takes its lead from the Old Testament prophet who urged the people of his day to perform the same type of evaluation of their own worship practices. As Elijah demonstrated in 1 Kings 18, any doctrine or practice which is contrary to the Word of the Most High should be rejected, no matter how many religious leaders teach otherwise. As Elijah admonished the people, “How long halt ye between two opinions? If יהוה be Elohim, follow Him…” (1 Kings 18:21). Should we do any less today?
Elijah’s Cry also holds that יהושע (pronounced “Yahoshua”; called “Jesus” by most of the world) is the promised Messiah of Israel. Contrary to the teachings of many denominational leaders, the pages of the New Testament record that Yahoshua was a Torah-observant Jew who obeyed--and taught His followers to obey--every Word of the Creator of the universe.
Elijah’s Cry believes in the existence of angelic beings, which normally inhabit a spiritual realm invisible to humans. While the majority of these angelic beings serve the Creator faithfully, some of them rebelled against the Most High and seek to draw humanity into their sphere of influence and disobedience. The deceit of these “fallen Angels”, coupled with religious syncretism, compromise, false doctrines, and widespread ignorance has produced a Christianity, which is fraught with pagan practices and bears little resemblance to the religion of Yahoshua or His followers.
It is hoped that religious leaders today might pay special attention to the topics and issues raised. Those who are not religious leaders are encouraged to prayerfully and humbly bring the issues raised herein to their religious leaders and family members for careful evaluation and study. The stakes are too important to do otherwise.
May the shalom (peace) of the Most High be upon you!