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What I’m Watching This Week 9.19.16

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The other week I shared a bit of info on a MAJOR event happening in Jerusalem which ends this Saturday called Mekudeshet.  I read and watched a bit more on this topic. I thought it was interesting to learn that Mekudeshet is a Hebrew word, used during the betrothal ceremony. At the peak of a Jewish wedding the groom slides the ring on the index finger of his bride, and cites, “By accepting this ring you become my exclusive [Mekudeshet] spouse according to the religion [or customs] of Moses and Israel.”  The word Kadosh (holy) is derived from the same root, and so this blessing literally means: you are exclusively mine, holy and separated unto me.  So, the title of this event is certainly no mistake! They are setting out to make a NEW COVENANT – betrothing themselves TOGETHER. Who exactly is betrothing themselves together? The activities of this event mix Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism and witchcraft.  The formal goal of the festival: to convey the message that Jerusalem is, even if only for a brief moment, the capital of a united voice calling for tolerance, endurance and collaboration.

But let’s be clear.  When you walk these things out in the physical you effect things in the spiritual. And you can be sure that the goal of this event isn’t to call for “tolerance” but to knit themselves together under the belief that we are all serving the same god.

What does YAHUAH ELOHAYKA think about this? I don’t think it could get more clear than what He spoke to Yisra’el in Exodus 23:32 : “Do not make a covenant with them or with their gods.”

Here’s what I’ve been watching and reading on the subject: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDqMwwaiwvQ

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I have been following Steve Quayle and Timothy Alberino for several months and have read some of Steve’s books and watched MANY or their YouTube videos.  I HIGHLY HIGHLY recommend that you watch there series True Legends.  The second one launched recently and we finally made a point to watch it. The second one is called, “The UNHoly See.” You can watch it here: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/theunholysee

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One more important link from all the watching and reading and sifting I’ve been doing.  The Arch of Triumph {or the Arch of Baal} was erected in New York this week.  I thought this video did a pretty good job of explaining it : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5PPzEEgVag

He also mentions another arch that was erected earlier this year in Trafalgar Square, London.  Watch this video to hear more about that arch : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrV37b5-KVQ

And finally, this article from Breaking Israel News will help you understand the two and what they have in common and what they stand for : http://www.breakingisraelnews.com/75760/despite-earlier-denials-arch-temple-baal-stand-nyc/#D6WHBFA1KzHOUvwL.97

So these arches are important for a couple reasons:

  1. The original purpose of this arch was to celebrate victory over the demise of the Northern kingdom, the 10 tribes of the house of Israel, aka Joseph/Ephraim – So we are celebrating the destruction of Israel??
  2. These arches were entrances that the common people walked through in order to worship Baal.  So we are erecting something that brings glory to another – false – god. Something the Bible is VERY clear is wrong.
  3. These are PORTALS.  A portal by definition is  a “Portal (architecture) a monumental gate or door, or the extremities (ends) of a tunnel.”   NOTHING you are seeing in the natural is happening by mistake. These portals are being erected in important cities for a REASON and it isn’t for the sake of history or art.  Here’s a quick lesson on portals: http://beforeitsnews.com/prophecy/2014/03/demons-traveling-through-dimensional-doorways-and-disrupting-the-sound-barriers-the-truth-about-stargates-portals-orbs-and-fallen-angels-stunning-videos-and-pictures-2459944.html
    Portals can be for good or evil. {I think it is obvious which these are}. Here’s another article on what the Bible has to say about portals: http://seerofgod.com/portals-ancient-gates/
    Whether unknowingly {but more likely knowingly} by erecting ancient portals they are making a way for evil spirits to come in and be loosed.  The end times are upon us people.  We need to be in prayer. GET OUTSIDE and declare this land as belonging to YAHUAH ELOHAYKEM and ask that He send a hedge of protection around YOUR land.

As I was typing this I realized there is a common theme going on here. There is a meshing of the religions going on. All of these 3 topics have that in common. You don’t have to be a Bible scholar or even look for a deeper meaning here to know this is SO WRONG. Even your childhood Sunday school teacher likely taught you enough to know that this is serious business. Our God is a JEALOUS God. He tells us over and over that we are not to worship other gods, not to even take their idols or their customs. WE ARE A HOLY PEOPLE.

One last link. I’ve been thinking a lot about “the remnant.” The Bible says only a remnant will be saved in the end. I don’t know about you, but I know a LOT of “Christians.” Even with numbers of those professing to be Christian going down statistically, what is left is still a whole lot more than what I would call a remnant. What does remnant mean? The dictionary defines remnant as, “a small remaining quantity of something.”

I’m not the one who gets to ultimately decide who will be that remnant but I know one thing is true: the end of days is going to be terrible and the best preparation you can do right now is the preparation of your HEART. How do you prepare your heart and get ready spiritually for the last days?  READ YOUR BIBLE. And I am not talking about a preprepared bible study of ten minutes from your iPhone app while you sip your coffee.  I know this is a bit on the gruff side, which you may not be used to hearing from me, but if you TRUELY desire to be a part of that remnant, you need to make some adjustments, dig deep, and search for the truth.  Jesus pronounces a special blessing on those who study His prophetic word and take guidance from it.  It’s in the Bible, Revelation 1:3. “Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand.”  I’ll give you one tip before you go. If you want to know what is happening in these last days and what to be watching for, get our your manual – The Bible – and like any book, you’d never start at the end!  It might be tempting to just jump straight to Revelation but it will be VERY difficult to understand if you haven’t built a firm foundation in scripture. And that tip is just my “extra two cents.” 😉

You can read more about the remnant here: http://www.bibleinfo.com/en/topics/remnant

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Bible Study : Genesis 1 : Creation

I am VERY excited to start this journey today. To pour out my heart, share what I’ve been learning, and give you a peek into what I’ve immersed myself in lately.  But first, let’s get this out of the way – There is NOT ONE THING by man’s standards that qualifies me to lead this study. I am not a Biblical scholar. I am not a theology student. I am not a preacher or even a preacher’s kid. I am not a theologian. But enough of what I am not. What I am is a child of Yehuah. And by the leading of His Holy Spirit I WILL BE obedient. And, since I feel that He is telling me I need to write these thoughts down… I am.  So prayerfully I will write what I feel lead by the Holy Spirit to write and I ask that you go to the word of Elohim {God} yourself and ask the Holy Spirit to guide you as well – and NOT to just take my word for it. And I ask that you do just one more thing… comment here your own thoughts, own learning, and insights.  Let’s learn together – because I still have a lot of learning to do.

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A New Book and a Bit of History

You’ll notice in the title I am focusing on Genesis 1. But actually, I’m focusing on creation and will also be looking at Jubilees chapter 2 and later we will look at Jasher {as it starts with the creation of man}. You might not be familiar with those last two books, but if you lived in 1546 AD you’re Bible would have contained these books. They are sometimes referred to as the second books, or to the Catholic Church, the Apocrypha which means, “secret writings” {I find that a very fitting title since they have been hidden from most Christians… they have indeed been kept a secret}.

The Tanakh (Hebrew Bible) consists of a collection of writings dating from approximately the 13th – 3rd centuries BCE. These books were included in the Jewish canon by the Talmudic sages at Yavneh around the end of the first century CE, after the destruction of the Second Temple. However, there are many other Jewish writings from the Second Temple Period which were excluded from the Tanakh; these are known as the Apocrypha and the Pseudepigrapha.

Here’s a little history lesson for you… The original King James Bible contained 39 books in the Old Testament , 15 books in the Apocrypha, and 27 books in the New Testament. This was the last official cannon of the church. The decision to PUBLISH only 66 books {leaving out the Apocrypha} was a EDITOR’S decision when the publishers learned that they could sell as many Bibles with only 66 books as they could with a Bible that included the Apocrypha. So it was a MONEY decision by a PUBLISHER. Hmmm…. What is most concerning is that many of these books answer the questions you have had ALL YOUR LIFE.  If you are anything like me, once you read these books you will feel both so excited to know the truth, and very angry and frustrated that these were hidden from you for so long.

Still not sure about their validity? Did you know that many of the New Testament books even QUOTE parts of book of Enoch/Chanok? Even Yeshuah himself! Or did you know that the book of Jasher is mentioned in the Old Testament? Joshua 10:13 says, “So the sun stood still, and the moon stopped, till the nation avenged itself on its enemies, as it is written in the Book of Jashar. The sun stopped in the middle of the sky and delayed going down about a full day.”  Haven’t you ever wondered what that book was?? If you want to read more about history and the validity of these books {including where they can be quoted or mentioned in other books of the Bible, go read this: http://www.cepher.net/preface.aspx

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Now, let’s talk Torah. The Torah is the Hebrew name for the first 5 books of our Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.  It was Mosheh {Mosheh is Moses’s Hebrew name}, a Hebrew, who received the Torah from God, on Mt. Ciynai, around 1400 BC.  Though we typically think of Mosheh receiving only the 2 stone tablets of the 10 commandments from God while leading the Israelites out of their bondage in Egypt, in fact the 10 commandments were just a tiny piece of all that Mosheh received in those several trips up and down that mountain. Mosheh actually received all that is now the first 5 books of what we call the Old Testament.

I mentioned that I would also be diving into Jubilees 2 today.  If you aren’t familiar with Jubilees, it is a history of the division of the days of the Torah and of the testimony, of the events of the years, weeks, or their Jubilees throughout all the years of the world, as YAHUAH spoke to Mosheh on Mount Ciynai when he went up to receive the tablets of the Torah and of the commandment, according to the voice of ELOHIYM as he said unto him, Go up to the top of the Mount. So, chapter 2 of Jubliees begins the story of creation as told by the angel of the presence to Mosheh while he was on Mount Ciynai. Chapter 1 sets the stage by telling you that YAHUAH told Mosheh to go up on Mount Ciynai to receive the tablets of the Torah and of the commandment, which YAHUAH has written so that Mosheh may TEACH them. The rest of chapter 1 is the conversation that Mosheh and YAHUAH had where YAHUAH explains the importance of teaching the Torah to all the generations.  Don’t miss this chapter!

Now, let’s dive in to the scripture: 

Genesis 1:1-5 says,

“In the beginning ELOHIYM created the heavens and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the RUACH ELOHIYM moved upon the face of the waters. And ELOHIYM said, Let there be light: and there was light. And ELOHIYM saw eth-the light, that it was good: and ELOHIYM divided the light from the darkness. And ELOHIYM called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day.”

{This is the Cepher translation}.  I LOVE this translation. It gives you such a VISUAL of what is happening. Ruach is a Hebrew word meaning “wind” or “spirit.” Can’t you just see the spirit/wind of God {ELOHIYM} moving in this verse?

And with that let’s define ELOHIYM. That IS kind of important after all.

This is quoted from the Torah class website :

“In the earnest cry for world peace in our day an Interfaith Movement has gained steam. And the basis for this movement is that no matter what someone calls god (whether that is Buddha, Krishna, Brahma, or Allah) that we’re all essentially speaking of the same god, just from a different cultural and language perspectives. This is not true. For not only are the names of each of these various gods and what they mean completely different, the characteristics and attributes of each of these gods are also different. Therefore it is impossible that they can be speaking of the same god.  {Side note from me: This is sometimes called ecumenicalism and it is a VERY REAL movement that is and will continue to gain momentum in these end times. So BE AWARE #EndOFPublicServiceAnnouncment}.

The true God is introduced to us in the first verse of Genesis and we are also given the first of what will prove to be many of the unchangeable, sometimes inscrutable, characteristics and attributes of God. The Hebrew word that our Bibles translate to “God” is Elohim {Or Elohiym in some translations}.  First we must understand that Elohim is NOT God’s name; we won’t be advised of God’s name until much later in the Torah. Rather Elohim is a title and it is a plural title (plural as in more-than-one). Elohim and its various usages is a complex matter that we are only going to barely touch upon today. However we need to know for the moment that Elohim is a word that is not only used in the Bible to refer to the one true God, it is also used occasionally when speaking of the false gods; as we talked about in the introduction last week, context is everything when dealing with Hebrew language and culture.

The “I-M” at the end of the word Elohim makes this word a masculine plural noun. In fact as a basic Hebrew lesson, whenever you see the letters “I-M” ending a Hebrew word you can know that it is speaking of more than one (plural). Yet there is another usage in Hebrew of the “I-M” ending and it’s called the “plural of Majesty”. That is adding the “I-M” at the end of a word can also denote greatness rather than plurality.”

Jubilees 2:1-3 gives the account of Day 1 as well. But there is a bit more detail!  Jubilees says there were SEVEN great works created on the first day. Go see if you can count the seven. I’ll wait. I can’t give you ALL the good stuff! :) {If you don’t have a bible that contains these books you can read Jubilees here: http://www.yahwehsword.org/book_of_jubilees/book-jubilees-download.pdf  One note: they use the original hebrew word “Malakim” in this translation, which our English Bibles interpret as “Angels.” The word literally translates to “messenger” {side note: “angels” comes from the Greek word: Aggelos, which means “messenger” too}.

As we continue along throughout the story of creation I encourage you to read Jubilees and Genesis side by side.

Reckoning Time

Did you notice that as you are reading each reading of the days of creation ends something like, “And the EVENING and the MORNING were the first day.” See how evening is listed first?  Why is that?

Hebrews, including today’s modern Jewish community, have ALWAYS counted the day as BEGINNING at sunset, and ending at the next sunset. That is the new day begins in the evening. This is, of course, totally unlike our picking midnight as the start and end of each day; and it is also unlike our tradition that morning is the beginning of a day and nighttime the ending. Now this difference in the definition and method of plotting time has caused all sorts of interesting problems in attempting to ascertain with any degree of accuracy WHEN certain Biblical events happened. What we need to grasp for the moment is that the modern method of time keeping is done mechanically and for all practical purposes it does not vary. There was an international agreement some years ago to have a central clock from which all clocks would harmonize.  We don’t need to observe stars or the moon to determine what time it is any more. We could be in a tunnel a mile underground and if our watch is working, we can know precisely what time it is…indefinitely…..without ever observing the sky.

But for the ancients, including the Hebrews, no such mechanical way of timekeeping was available. Time was determined by viewing the skies; when the sun went up and down; when the moon appeared; when certain stars or star groupings appeared in the night sky. Using our mechanical system we essentially divide the day into two equal parts: 12 hours of day, 12 hours of night (but that varies according to season and latitude). The length of a Hebrew day and night also varied from day to day and season to season because the proportion of time between daylight and nighttime was constantly shifting. Yet one full day was still 24 hours and one week was still 7 full days.  At all times in the Bible the Hebrew system of measuring days is being used; so whether studying Torah or the NT Gospels we need to set aside our modern notion of time keeping if we want to understand the timing of events. {This is quoted from the Torah class website}.

Now that doesn’t necessarily mean that following the time we have now wrong… but it sure has made things difficult. Our western mindset often gets in the way of REALLY understanding the scriptures.  It is helpful to keep these things in mind as you read – as this is YAHUAH’s time and so the other important times will be reckoned this way – not by our Western time.

Now while we are on the topic of time, go to Genesis 1:14-19 :

“And ELOHIYM said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heavens to divide the day from the night; and let them be for SIGNS, and for APPOINTED FEASTS, and for DAYS, and YEARS: And let them be for lights in the firmament of the heavens to give light upon the earth: and it was so. And ELOHIYM made two great lights; eth-the greater light to rule the day, and eth- the lesser light to rule the night: he made the stars also.  And ELOHIYM set them in the firmament of the heavens to give light upon the earth, And to rule over the day and over the night and to divide the light from the darkness: and ELOHIYM saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.” {emphasis added by me}.

Wait a minute! Wait a minute! Didn’t we just read in Genesis 1:1-5 that Yehuah had already created the LIGHT? How is this? Let’s go back and look at the word light in these verses.

In verses 3 and 4, the Hebrew word for “light” is “owr”. This word does NOT mean an object that emits light…..like the sun or the moon or the stars, or a lamp. Rather it means illumination, enlightenment. When the Bible says God is light it says Elohim is “owr”. This word is closely associated with life and joy and good. In fact when we read about the 1st day notice something that the Hebrew sages have hung their hats on for millennia: it says God created the light, AND SAW THAT IT WAS GOOD (tov). Then this light was divided away from the darkness. Only the light is called “good”, the darkness is not.

So what is the word “darkness” in verse 3 and 4?  The Hebrew for this word is “choshek”. In the Hebrew culture this word was used as the opposite of “owr” (the opposite of illumination). Choshek carries in it the sense of blindness, of misery, of falsehood and ignorance.  It means something that leads to death and destruction.  This is not a word that is the opposite of day. It is not a word that describes the natural, and good, phenomenon of nighttime. In Hebrew, night is layil…..an entirely different word than chosek. Choshek is negative in its nature and it carries evil spiritual overtones with it. Night, layil, is simply the opposite of day. It is neutral; it carries no negative OR spiritual sense to it except in the odd case where it might be used metaphorically.

Now let’s go back to the verses about day and night – verses 14 through 19.

In verse 14 when it starts to talk about there being lights in the sky to divide day and night, and in verse 16 when God says he created the larger light (the sun) to rule the day and the smaller light (the moon) to rule the night we see an entirely different word is used for “light” here, than what is used in earlier verses. Here, the Hebrew word is “maorot”. Sound familiar? It’s the word from which we get the modern word Meteor.  Maor means an object that emits light (maorot is plural, lights).If I may use a poetic word, the luminaries (objects that illuminate) like the sun, the moon, the stars, and lamps, and of course meteors are the meaning.

Since the state of the Universe before day 1 was darkness (or at least it was darkness from the vantage point of someone living on planet Earth) it must have been that darkness was an unsatisfactory state otherwise God wouldn’t have created light. At the least darkness was apparently not capable of supporting life; and as we’ll find as we get into the later parts of Exodus and then Leviticus, things that go against, or inhibit, or terminate life are considered as against God. So when God created “light”, “owr” (singular), He created illumination and enlightenment, a basic requirement for life. When God created “the lights”, “maorot” (plural) He created objects that emit light waves. Light waves of a certain type that allow humans and animals to use their light sensors. (their eyes) and for plants to engage in their method of sustaining life, photosynthesis. In the Book of Revelation we’re told that when God destroys the old earth, and then creates a new one, there will no longer be maorot (light emitting objects like a sun or moon) but instead God will be our light, our illumination. It’s this same type of “godly light” that is being spoken of here in verses 3 and 4, but another kind is referred to in verses 14-16.

If you want to dig even deeper on this subject I’d encourage you to go read Torah Class studies on Genesis 1 here

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Now, before we move along there is something else important about the creation on day 4.  If you are reading along with me your Bible may have read a bit differently at verse 14. Did yours say “signs, SEASONS, days and years?”  Again, let’s dig a little deeper {because the TRUTH is SOOO deep!}.

The word “signs” in Hebrew is the word “Avah.” Avah means “witnesses or omens.” And, the word “seasons” {or “appointed feasts” in my Bible} isn’t the seasons we think of – like spring, summer, fall, and winter, it is the Hebrew word “Moed.” Moed means “appointed times” or “appointed feasts.”

What does all this mean? Well, it means that the Lord put the sun and the moon and the stars {the luminaries} into the sky to serve as omens or signs of when to observe his appointed times, to know when a day begins and ends, and to when the years begin and end, and know when his Jubilees begin and end. They are there to tell time!

So days is pretty self explanatory, years we’ve likely got, but what are the appointed feasts or appointed times?  They are actually mentioned in LOTS of places… mostly in the stories where the people of the Bible are celebrating them, sometimes it is obvious, and other times it requires a little digging.  But, the best place to START to understand EXACTLY when they are, what they are, and how to observe them, go to Leviticus 23. {I won’t spend a great deal of time on this topic in this post but I am planning more posts on this topic because it is SO important}.

There are SEVEN feasts of the Lord – 4 in the spring and 3 in the fall.

  1. Passover {Pesach}
  2. Feast of Unleavened Bread {Feast of Matstsah}
  3. Feast of First Fruits
  4. Pentecost {Shavu’ot}
  5. Feast of Trumpets {Yom Teru’ah}
  6. Atonement {Yom Kippur}
  7. Feast of Tabernacles {Sukkot}

But let’s not forget that we have an appointed time with Yehuah EACH WEEK as well – Shabbat.

Before we leave Day 4 creation let’s take a look at Jubilees 2:9

“And ELOHIYM appointed the sun to be a great sign on the earth for days and for Shabbathot and for months and for feasts and for years and for Shabbathot of years and for jubilees and for all seasons of the years.”

So, here we have the same information repeated – but instead of “appointed times” – it tells us what the appointed times are! Shabbathot is plural for shabbat. Shabbat is the word meaning “sabbath.” Each week on the 7th day we are told to take a “shabbat.” Here in Jubiliees it tells us the luminaries are there to help us tell time – or be a sign – for when the Shabbat is to be observed. It is also to help us to be able to determine the time that the feasts should be celebrated, how to determine the time of a year, just like Genesis 1:14 said. But there is MORE. It also says that the sun is to be a great sign for “Shabbathot of years” and for “Jubilees”  What does that mean?

Not only are we told NUMEROUS times that we should Shabbat once a week on the seventh day, but we are also told of other Shabbat days throughout scripture. One of those times is the Shabbat of years. This is the sabbath of years that happens every seven YEARS. You can read about it in Exodus 23:11 :

” You shall sow your land for six years and gather in its yield, but on the seventh year you shall let it rest and lie fallow, so that the needy of your people may eat; and whatever they leave the beast of the field may eat.You are to do the same with your vineyard and your olive grove.”

And what is a Jubilee? 

Leviticus 25:8-12 says,

“You are also to count off seven sabbaths of years for yourself, seven times seven years, so that you have the time of the seven sabbaths of years, namely, forty-nine years. ‘You shall then sound a ram’s horn abroad on the tenth day of the seventh month; on the day of atonement you shall sound a horn all through your land. ‘You shall thus consecrate the fiftieth year and proclaim a release through the land to all its inhabitants It shall be a jubilee for you, and each of you shall return to his own property, and each of you shall return to his family.  You shall have the fiftieth year as a jubilee; you shall not sow, nor reap its aftergrowth, nor gather in from its untrimmed vines. ‘For it is a jubilee; it shall be holy to you. You shall eat its crops out of the field.”

So every 7 years is a Sabbath year and after you’ve had seven of these sabbath years {or 49 years} then you count it as a Jubilee – the 50th year. You can see the actual DAY this is to be announced is at the tenth day of the seventh month – the day of atonement {Yom Kippur} that was mentioned earlier as a appointed feast day in this post. So one of the sun’s two jobs is to be a sign, witness, or omen to when these times occur – not JUST to be a light to rule the day and to make all things grow and prosper.

Not sure about the sabbath being an important day? Let’s take a look at the end of creation. 

Genesis 2:1 says,

” Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them. And on the seventh day ELOHIYM ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made.  And ELOHIYM blessed eth-the seventh day, and sanctified it; because that in it he had rested from all his work which ELOHIYM created and made.”

So in Genesis 2:1 YAHUAH establishes the sabbath day, or Shabbat. Ok. That’s cool. He gave us a day to rest. Boy, I don’t know about you, but I could use a rest. But really, who has the time?  Is it really important to keep shabbat? I think Shabbat could use its own post – there is a lot of scripture I’d love to share with you on this topic as I have been doing a lot of digging but for now I think we’ll stick to the creation story so let’s take a look at Jubilees 2:18-33. I’ll wait for you… go read it.

What I LOVE about this scripture is that it is like all the important direction that YAHUAH gave the sons of Ya’aqov {Jabob/Israel} in scripture – it came with either a curse {for disobedience} or a BLESSING {for obedience}. I also love that it explains that this was something very special to YAHUAH and the angels and that even before he let us in on it – they honored this day. And it was a GIFT that we were allowed to be taught what Shabbat is and how to guard it. So it isn’t just something to take lightly – but something very special to YAHUAH and so should be held in high regard by us.

After reading through Genesis 1 and Jubilees 1- 2 what are your insights and thoughts? I’d love to hear what the Holy Spirit is teaching you! 

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What I’ve Been Reading & Watching This Week 9.5.16

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Resources for Bible Study That Have Helped Me

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I’m Back … With a New Goal and Vision

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