January 14, 2023
This is an in depth medical study on the dangers of eating something that the Bible calls unclean, detestable, and an abomination. This is a must read for anyone who thinks that the God who created them and loves them would desire or permit them to eat something that poisons their body and can cause major sickness, disease, and even death. If you think that the grace of God is meant to give you liberty to destroy your body, you might not after reading this. This is something everyone should share! You might just save someone’s life!
NOTE: For additional study materials on this topic of Clean and Unclean, I have put together a study looking at this topic from a Biblical point as well as a health point.
How many Christians realize that prophecy reveals that one of the sins which provokes Yahweh’s wrath in the latter days is mankind’s eating of pigs flesh and other unclean meats?
If you are interested in reading this study, click on this title “Clean and Unclean.”
Kingdom vision, part 13
Those who bear fruit are, by definition, God’s chosen people (“My people”). In Romans 11, Paul calls them the elect, chosen, or the remnant of grace.
In Exodus 5:1, Moses told Pharaoh, “Let My people go,” without specifically defining who “My people” were. Earlier, in Exodus 4:22, God said, “Israel is My son,” but again, God did not specifically define who Israel was. Most have defined these terms genealogically, as I did for many years, having grown up in the church among those who taught this.
Kingdom vision, part 14
Since the days of Moses, the Israelites enjoyed a clear advantage over other nations in that they were “entrusted with the oracles of God” (Romans 3:1, 2). Those, for instance, who lived in China or the Congo had no such revelation for many generations over thousands of years. For this reason, most believers prior to the Great Commission were Jews and Israelites—even though only a “remnant” of Israel and Judah actually had Abrahamic faith.
The Prophecy of Zechariah – Part 2, Jesus and Satan
Presenting the first two chapters of Zechariah, we saw that the prophet began writing around the start of the building of the second temple in the days of Zerubbabel, about 520 BC. While his prophecy had a meaning with an immediate application in his own time, regarding the building of the temple, it also has far-reaching implications related to the very purpose of the 70-weeks kingdom, which is what we call Judaea as it was in the inter-testamental period. We hope to further establish the proofs of that assertion here, presenting Zechariah chapter 3.
The Prophecy of Zechariah – Part 3, The House of God
Having presented the first three chapters of Zechariah, we hope to have established the fact that there are two perspectives to fully interpreting the words of the prophet and realizing the fulfillment of his prophecy. These we have termed the near vision, which is the immediate application of his prophecy to the rebuilding of the second temple and the initiation of the 70-weeks Kingdom, and the far vision, or the transcendental fulfillment of the prophecy to the birth and ministry of the Christ and the building of His House, which is both His temporal body and the body of His collective people Israel. We would also assert that the entire purpose of the 70-weeks Kingdom was to realize the fulfillment of the far vision, as the Word of God establishes for us both here and in Daniel chapter 9.
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 January 14, 2023. In the 1st solar month of the Hebrew 10th month of Tevet (December/January).
- Exodus 1:1—6:1
- Isaiah 27:6—28:13; 29:22-23
- Luke 20:27-44
- Acts 3:12-15, 5:27-32, 9:1-31, 24:14-16
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
Genesis 32:1—33:20 | Judges 20:1—21:25 | Psalm 35:1-28 | Isaiah 37:1-38 | Mark 3:1-35
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.
Brain-Computer Interfaces Predicted In The Best-Selling Books “The Milieu” and “Forbidden Gates” Could Soon Allow Soldiers To Control Weapons With Their Thoughts And Turn Off Their Fear – But The Ethics Behind The Sciences Lag [Not To Mention It Could Be Prophetic]
You’re Opening Doors To 330,000,000 Demons: Ex-Psychic’s Warning About Yoga
Yoga is an international exercise phenomenon, evolving to become an integrated part of many people’s fitness routines. But the physical activity has also emerged as a point of debate among some believers who see it as far more sinister than mere stretches and poses. Jenn Nizza, an ex-psychic who spent years doing readings and communicating with what she believed were the dead loved ones of her clients, is among those speaking out. Nizza is now a Christian who shares her story of leaving the occult, and she recently told CBN’s Faithire why she believes yoga isn’t just “stretching and breathing.” “Yoga is a Hindu spiritual practice, and the word ‘yoga’ is rooted in Sanskrit. It means ‘to yoke to’ or ‘to unite with,’ and what they’re doing,” she said. “They have deliberate postures that are paying tribute, honor, and worship to their false gods, and they have over 330,000,000 false gods, which are demons, and they’re honoring them with these postures.” Nizza specifically spoke about Christians who use yoga to stay fit, explaining why she believes participating in the fitness phenomenon can be spiritually perilous…
Jerusalem Post On The Book Of Enoch: What Is The Famous Biblical Apocrypha?
The Book of Enoch is one of the most well-known examples of biblical Apocrypha, being an ancient Hebrew text dealing with the apocalypse, demons, angels and the Nephilim. Historically, the author of the text is unknown, but they are dated to around 200 BCE and evidence exists showing that ancient Jews and early Christians were very much aware of it. Today, it is considered apocryphal by Jews and Christians alike, though Ethiopian Jews and some Ethiopian Christians consider it canonical. But what is the Book of Enoch and what does it tell us about heaven, angels and demons? Why was it removed from the Bible and is now apocryphal? What did Jesus say about it? Here’s what you need to know. The Book of Enoch consists of five sections: The Book of Watchers, the Similitudes of Enoch, the Astronomical Book, the Book of Dreams and the Epistle of Enoch. The first book details the birth of the Nephilim, the giants, following the fall of the angels known as the Grigori, or Watchers. The second book is about the Messiah and the end times Despite the fact that the Book of Enoch would have been known in his lifetime, Jesus Christ never mentions or references the Book of Enoch in the New Testament [though he accomplished many things that would have mirrored what his disciples were looking for in the Messiah as based on the book of Enoch or “the Enochian worldview”]. However, some of his apostles do, and references do exist in the New Testament…
Famous Fashion Brand Depicts SILENT CRY Child Porn, And The World Yawns
In November, the Paris-based fashion brand Balenciaga released back-to-back ad campaigns featuring blatant references to child pornography, violence, and sadomasochism. One featured a toddler holding a stuffed animal dressed in sexual clothing. In another, a child lies on a couch surrounded by wine glasses. To remove all doubt about Balenciaga’s intentions, a final photo featured a purse partially covering a printed Supreme Court opinion from United States v. Williams, a case that dealt with child pornography and the First Amendment. To say that Balenciaga is an important player in the fashion industry is an understatement.