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Tisha B’Av (9th of Av) and Gush Katif Disengagement: Preparing for the Final Judgment when Metatron arrives as King Messiah (Melekh HaMaschiach)

The Destruction of the Holy Temple and Jerusalem in 69 CE by the Roman Army

The Fast Day of the Fifth Month, called Tisha b’Av is one of the holiest fast days in the Hebrew calendar. 4,867 more words

Yeshua Letters To His Bride

Preview of 2:1:1

We were created to merit the true good, which is attachment onto G-d’s presence in the world to come. It follows the ultimate goal is to achieve that end. 137 more words


Devarim Four: Special Bond

“And now, O Israel, hearken to the statuses and to the judgments which I teach you to do, in order that you may live, and go in and possess the land which the Lord, God of your forefathers, is giving you (Deuteronomy 4:1).” These laws are specific, and aren’t meant to be added to or taken away from, but rather just followed in their entirety. 265 more words


Cleaning up dignity

Today, the day after Tisha B’Av, you see all the laundry that people haven’t done since before Shabbat or even before the previous week, hanging out in all its glory. 864 more words


Mark Biltz Elshaddai Ministries - B+

Mark Biltz Elshaddai Ministries – B+, for having the courage to fly in the face of Western Christianity with all of it’s pagan mixture, fallacy and Anti-Semitism, get us back to our Hebrew roots and plant our Faith in Yahweh, the magnificent atonement through Yeshua putting our feet on the solid rock.   184 more words


Devarim Three: Continuing Flashbacks

After the flashback to the incident with Sihon, Moses moves on to Og, king of Bashan. “Then we turned and went up the way of Bashan, and Og, the king of Bashan, came forth toward us, he and all his people, to war at Edrei (Deuteronomy 3:1).” They reminisce about the destruction of Og and his people, and his cities. 488 more words


The Commands of Yeshua ~ Part 29

In my last post, I thought that we had wrapped up this series on the Commands of Yeshua; however, just a couple of days after I finished writing that series, I ran across this teaching during my morning devotions. 372 more words