The Lord HaShem
HaShem is Hebrew for “The Name”, which refers to what scholars call the Tetragrammaton, the sacred four letter name of the Creator of the Universe as it appears 6,218 times in the Tanakh (a.k.a., the Hebrew or Jewish Scriptures, a.k.a. the “Old Testament”). HaShem has said, ‘This is My Name to the World to Come, and thus I am to be remembered throughout all generations.’ Traditionally, most English texts write LORD where THE NAME appears in the Tanakh, while HaShem is used in modern Jewish translations.
All things were created for the sake of the Anointed King of HaShem. But just who is this Messiah, how do we recognize him, and what does he require? While some have said there are 300+ Messianic prophecies in the Hebrew Bible about the Anointed (Messiah) King of HaShem, the reality is far greater. The very spirit of prophecy is the testimony of Messiah.
The Kingdom of Heaven
While people go about their business, the Lord HaShem has been preparing a kingdom in the earth from the foundation of the world. All of history has been building to the ultimate climax, the reign of the Messiah, the pre-eminent Son of HaShem, when this world will at last know peace. And as Zekharyah (Zechariah) foresaw, ‘On that day, HaShem will be One and His Name One.’
Law & Culture
Like all kingdoms, the Kingdom of Heaven has a Law and culture by which the citizens of the Kingdom are expected to abide. As King Messiah has declared, ‘Until Heaven and Earth passes away, not the least the stroke of a pen in the Torah (“Law”) and the Prophets will be invalidated’, and ‘whoever does them and teaches them will be great in the Kingdom of Heaven.’
Kingdom of Heaven Embassies
The Kingdom of Heaven Embassies seeks to unite the servants of King Messiah through the development and administration of needful programs and services through the establishment and operation of embassies and consulates around the world in association with local assemblies.