To assemble, equip, and commission ten men from all the languages of the nations (Zekharyah / Zechariah 8:23) in the name of the Lord Rabbi Yeshua MiNatzeret (Jesus of Nazareth) in preparation for the Messianic Era.
- To proclaim the Kingdom of Heaven and repentance for the forgiveness of sins (Mattityahu / Matthew 24:14, Lukas / Luke 24:47);
- To make disciples, teaching the nations to observe what the Lord Yeshua commanded (Mattityahu 28:19,20); and
- To oversee the creation and administration of programs, services, tools, etc. for the fitting integration of the servants of the Lord Yeshua into one Body for the good of all (1 Corinthians 12:12, Galatians 6:10).
As R’ Yeshua says, a man went on a journey, entrusting what was his to his servants to administer while he was away, each according to their ability. To some he gave more, to some less, and each will be held accountable for their service (Mattityahu 25:14-30). Those who care for the needy among his disciples as they would the Lord Yeshua himself—those who feed his hungry disciples with food and drink, who show them hospitality even when they are strangers, who clothe them, and who visit them when they are sick and/or in prison—these will inherit the Kingdom prepared for them from the foundation of the world (Mattityahu 25:31-40).As Shaul says,
‘For the love of the Messiah holds us together, having concluded this: that one has died for all, therefore all have died. And he died for all that those who live would no longer live for themselves, but for him who died for them and was raised.’
— 2 Corinthians 5:14-15
As the Jewish maxim says, ‘The world is built on kindness.’
That through Rabbi Yeshua the blessing of Avraham might come upon the nations (Bereishit / Genesis 22:18, Galatians 3:14) through their repentance for the forgiveness of their sins, thereby sanctifying the Name of his G-d and Father, and hastening His Kingdom, and doing His will, on Earth as it is in Heaven (Mattityahu 6:9-10, Lukas 11:2).
That the nations would realize their place in the Kingdom of Heaven as the commonwealth of Yisrael (Yirmeyahu / Jeremiah 31:31, Ephesians 2, Romans 11:11-27), HaShem’s Firstborn Son among the nations (Shemot / Exodus 4:22)—His treasured possession, kingdom of priests, and holy nation (Shemot 19:5-6, Devarim / Deuteronomy 7:6).
That the fullness of the nations might speedily come into the Kingdom, in spirit and truth, so that the hardening of the people of Yisrael might thereby come to an end (Romans 11:25-27), culminating in the return of the Lord Yeshua from Heaven when they welcome him from the House of HaShem in Yerushalayim (Mattityahu 23:37-39, Luke 13:34-34, Tehillim / Psalms 118:26).
That HaShem would soon inaugurate for us the promised 1,000 years of peace under the reign of King Messiah leading up to the World to Come (Yeshayahu / Isaiah 2:1-4, Hitgallut 20:4).