May 6, 2023
You may think in looking at the title of this message: “Why is he wasting his time on this? Of course it’s not. Anyone who reads a Bible knows this is true and those who are convinced otherwise will probably never figure out the truth.” In some ways I might agree. In other ways I want to set the record straight despite knowing many others have tackled this issue many times over and most Christians still persist that Sunday is some type of “Christian Sabbath” (an idea that has absolutely no Scriptural basis). I do understand, however, that no matter how much truth you hit some people with the blinders don’t seem to come off. Aside from all that, and regardless of having already put out several messages about The Sabbath Day, I feel led to address this topic once again with a study focused on several points:
- Worship on The Sabbath Day is never an actual commandment in Torah or anywhere else in The Bible.
- Worship gatherings held on Sunday or any other day of the week besides The Sabbath Day are neither keeping nor breaking The Sabbath.
- You can only keep The Sabbath on The Sabbath.
- Sunday is NOT The Sabbath Day.
Think about that last point for a minute. I will get into it in more detail later, but isn’t it interesting that this needs to be said? Yet there are those today who hold an almost right view of The Sabbath as a day to do no ordinary work and rest both physically and mentally from the labors and stresses of life, but believe that you have some sort of freedom—found nowhere in The Bible—to keep The Sabbath on whatever day fits your schedule. Even as a child in the Baptist Church I knew a lady who actually prepared all her meals for Sunday on Saturday because she genuinely believed Sunday—the first day of the week—was The Sabbath.
The divine law prophesied that Christ was to come twice in order to accomplish His purpose. The law regarding leprosy in Lev. 14 said that it took TWO doves to cleanse lepers. The animals or birds sacrificed in the law were prophetic of Jesus Christ, who gave His life as a Sacrifice on the Cross. Leprosy itself is a biblical symbol of mortality, because leprosy was a slow death. Its cure, then, is immortality.
The first dove was to be killed, and the second dove was to be dipped in the blood of the first dove and set free into an open field. The first dove therefore prophesied of Jesus Christ’s death, while the second dove speaks of His second coming. The second dove was to be let loose into the open FIELD, and Jesus said in Matt. 13:38, “the field is the world.” Hence, He must come into the world a second time, but not to die again.
Authorities want to require vaccines in order to buy, sell, or trade. Christians are alarmed. Anyone else with a brain should be, too.
The new totalitarianism is getting a test run in the wake of COVID-19. Across the globe, every person must submit to “health and safety.” So long as officials “can save just one life,” any draconian policy is justified. In response, millions of Christians are refusing the ‘rona vaccine for fear it’s the Mark of the Beast. Their refusal has invited waves of weaponized condescension from dogmatic doctors and Rainbow Xians alike.
On September 9, Joe Biden demanded that the entire nation receive the jab — young or old, with or without natural immunity. Addressing unvaxxed Americans, the nominal Catholic warned, “We’ve been patient. But our patience is wearing thin.”
In the last segment of our presentation of Paul’s epistle to the Romans, we completed Romans chapter 8, which, as we explained, summarized many of Paul’s statements in the chapters which precede it. Paul ended Romans 8 by stating that nothing could separate the love of Christ away from the creation of Adamic man, which in its entirety and without exception awaits liberation from the bondage of decay. Tonight we shall present Romans chapter 9, where after explaining these things Paul turns his attention to his kinsmen Israelites in Judaea.
One cannot truly understand Romans chapter 9 without understanding the demographic makeup of the Roman province of Judaea during the time of Christ. This is because an understanding of Paul’s statements in this chapter, and the chapters beyond where he continues the same topic he presents here, hinges on two statements which are made by Paul in the opening verses.
The story of Jesus’ resurrection is well-known and celebrated by millions of Christians worldwide. However, there are some lesser-known details surrounding this miraculous event that can deepen our understanding and appreciation for this central moment in our faith. Let’s explore four intriguing facts about Jesus’ resurrection that you might not be aware of.
These verses occur at the end of Paul’s letter to the believers in Galatia back in the First Century. Galatia today is in Central Turkey.
The controversy that caused Paul to write this letter, was that the believers who accepted that Jesus Christ was the promised Messiah, were comprised of ethnic and religious Jews, as well as “Gentiles” or “Greeks,” who were not ethnic Jews, and had no physical genealogy back to Abraham.
Some of the Jews were insisting that the Gentile believers had to convert to the Jewish religion, including becoming circumcised.
Paul explained that the New Covenant, started by Jesus and his death and resurrection, abolished the ethnic and religious divisions that separated people, and that those who had the same faith as Abraham, were his spiritual descendants, regardless of race, religion, nationality, gender, or any other way of classifying human beings.
Paths of Old – Ancient Paths
Jeremiah 6:16; 18:15; Acts 15:21
“Thus said יהוה (Yahweh), “Stand in the ways and see, and ask for the old paths, where the good way is, and walk in it; and find rest for yourselves….” (Jeremiah 6:16)
“But My people have forgotten Me, they have burned incense to what is false, and they have stumbled from their ways, from the ancient paths, to walk in bypaths and not on a highway.” (Jeremiah 18:15)
Regular public reading of the Torah was introduced by Ezra the Scribe after the return of the Jewish people from their Babylonian captivity (c. 537 BCE), as described in the Book of Nehemiah 8. In the modern era, adherents of Orthodox Judaism practice Torah reading according to a set procedure they believe has remained unchanged in the two thousand years since the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem (70 CE).
“For from ancient generations Mosheh has, in every city, those proclaiming him – being read in the congregations every Sabbath.” (Acts 15:21)
Bible readings for May 6, 2023. In the 5th solar month of the Hebrew 2nd month of Iyar (April/May).
- Leviticus 21:1—24:23
- Ezekiel 44:15-31
- Matthew 5:38-42
- Mark 2:23—3:5; Luke 4:14-32
If you are interested in downloading the annual Torah reading schedule with projected new moon sightings, Feast Days, click HERE.
Three Year Bible Reading Schedule
Genesis to Revelation
Exodus 5:1—6:13 | 1 Samuel 24:1-22 | Psalm 56:1-13 | Isaiah 60:1-22 | Luke 2:1-52
If you are interested in downloading the complete 3 year Bible reading schedule, click HERE. You can break up your Bible reading into 5 days of your choosing or combine the above readings of your choice.
PART 10: LIES OF MEN AND GODS—Create a Problem…Present the Solution
I (Allie Henson) will never forget when, late in 2007, the price of wheat, rice, and barley spiked. Stories speculating the arrival of crisis-level food shortages were featured on the news. There was talk of super-inflation and food rationing, and I heard people quoting Revelation 6:6 not only in church, but in public settings: “A measure of wheat for a penny, and three measures of barley for a penny.” It was an economically unstable time, and all types of conjecture riddled conversations in workplaces, grocery stores, and bank lines—especially among Christians.
I had heard that local grocery stores had begun to limit the number of certain grain and rice products a customer could purchase at a time, but when I experienced the rationing firsthand, it still threw me. Somehow, the gravity of the situation was driven home in that single moment, and I immediately believed the reports of the food-supply shortage were valid. I remember seeing those around me give way to fear; many began stocking up food and supplies. I’ll admit that, during that season, I kept a very well-stocked pantry. To be sure, there’s a hunger problem throughout America and the rest of the world, and it’s prudent to be prepared. Yet, I eventually realized that those driving the panic were far removed from the problem itself. And while the shortages of certain foods were real, other groceries remained in healthy supply. But they weren’t brought into focus as an alternative—which would have helped reduce public panic (via utilization of the omission tactic). At least, not at first…
The manipulation tactics currently at work shaping society all have one thing in common: They’re the handiwork of an enemy who seeks to destroy mankind. Certainly, we can see each of these at work in the physical realm, but their visible manifestations are the result of a spiritual war being waged in hidden places (Ephesians 6:12). Ultimately, the enemy is not one of flesh and blood, but is “the dragon, that old serpent, which is the Devil” (Revelation 20:2). Perhaps the best manipulation tactic the enemy and his agents employ is the fact that he is patient. He has had, literally, all the time in the world to culminate his plan. Understand that while his aim is to destroy every soul over the course of time, he is playing with an end-game strategy in mind. This means that we must be vigilant, and we must teach our children to be so as well. Each generation serves as the watchmen for the next. What we allow to slide will escalate in subsequent years; what our children see us regarding complacently will be viewed as acceptable and soon become the norm. It’s vital that we avoid laziness regarding the ways the masses will be deceived. Complacency in such circumstances is similar to what we’re told will lead us to poverty: “Yet a little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands to sleep: So shall they poverty come as one that travelleth; and thy want as an armed man” (Proverbs 24:33–34).
Learned helplessness is a method of manipulation based on the premise that people, subjected to an undesirable element outside their control, eventually lose the power to remove it. For example, a man may finally resign himself to the fact that he’ll keep hearing the neighbor’s barking dog because his efforts to silence the animal have failed and the pet’s owner doesn’t respond to requests for action. A parent stops fighting with school administrators regarding “required” sex-ed classes she doesn’t want her daughter attending; she’s given up because it feels as though nobody is listening and her protests aren’t getting her anywhere. An elderly man in a care facility experiences a loss of vitality; as a result, he becomes inactive, relinquishing his independence and trusting the medical staff to care for his needs.[i] Again, this type of manipulation stems from the response to a situation—more specifically, it depends on a person’s sense of empowerment.
Here’s a quick illustration of how this works, using a financial analogy. Let’s say that two people—we’ll call them Judy and Steve—are given identical budgets, and are observed to see whether they are able save any money. Judy regards saving money as hard; she won’t be able to make it work. On the other hand, Steve thinks that it’s always possible to save money, regardless of how tight the funds.
We are in the Great Awakening, similar to back in the day, when the people were led by God out of Egypt and into the Promised Land.
They had an amazing awakening. They were awakened to true freedom and it’s just as we are experiencing it right now.
We can see when looking at a map, that the Promised Land (then known as Canaan), was not that far from Egypt where the people were being held captive, working their hearts out under their hard taskmasters… the Egyptians. But, it took them a long time to arrive there.
Canaan was the land ‘flowing with milk and honey’. In other words, everything they would ever require was there.
Was it handed to them on a plate?
Not really, they had some fairly major battles they had to fight along the way… just as we have!
There are many similarities to what we face today:
The Hebrew people had worked all their life under the task masters. For 400 years the people lived in the land of Goshen, a northern part of Egypt. To start with, while Joseph was alive, they were well looked after, but once Joseph died and a new Pharaoh reigned, life changed very dramatically for these people.
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In the book of Revelation specifically in chapter 17, we have the description of a harlot woman riding on a scarlet beast. The scriptures go on to say that her name is “Mystery Babylon the Great, the Mother of Harlots and Abominations of the Earth”. In verse 19 her identity is defined even further by describing her as “that great city who reigns over all the kings of the earth”.
Thus, the harlot which is called Mystery Babylon the Great is “that great city”.
What goes on in this great city? Well, Revelation 17:6 states that she is drunk with the blood of the saints and with the blood of the martyrs of Yeshua. Revelation 18:3, 9-24 details her destruction while at the same time giving us a retrospect about what it was like being with this city. The kings and merchants of the earth had waxed rich through the abundances of her delicacies.
MOUNT OF OLIVES, JERUSALEM, Israel – Last September, five red heifers arrived in Israel amid great fanfare, because some Jews and Gentiles believe red heifers are a key element leading to the building of the Third Jewish Temple.
The heifers are now in a secure, undisclosed location in Israel. Plans include moving them, sometime soon, to a visitor’s center in Shiloh, where the tabernacle of the Lord once stood for nearly 400 years.
A few months ago, I wrote an open letter detailing the events of five red heifers arriving in Israel. The replies I got indicated that everyone would like to hear more, so that is the reason for this letter. From a prophetic perspective the red heifers are a highly significant event that brings us another step closer to the manifestation of end time happenings. In that first letter, the connection between the red heifers with Joseph, Noah and the Ezekiel 38/39 war was made (see HERE for refresher or to read for first time).
The information given in that open letter still stands as we watch regional events in the Middle East with the escalation of tensions between Israel and Iran plus with Israel’s many other neighbours. In reality, the information given in the previous letter is that much more poignant now.