Friday, July 29, 2016
Did you know that, even though gods name, YHWH, shows up 6519 times in the Bible, nobody knows how to properly enunciate it? YAHWEH, JEHOVAH, YAHEHVEH, are ways that people have enunciated it, over the years. However, A new phonetic study has entered a more intriguing possibility. In the book of Exodus, God tells Moses that his name is I AM, which is pronounced Hehyeh or HehYah. The study went on to say that the Jews were so afraid to pronounce the name of God that they switched the name around. If you took HeyYaw and switched it around, you get YahHey or JahHeyYeh. Bottom line: Whether it is pronounced Yahweh or YahHey, JahHeyYeh, God knows the intent of your heart and has gave us the one and only way to him, the Word of God, his son, Y'shua.
Monday, July 25, 2016
Did you know that there is a translational error, in the first verse, of the Bible? The first name of God, Elohim, translated as "God", should be translated as "gods". Of course, I'm not advocating that there is more than one God. The name, Elohim, shows the greatness and multidimensionality of God, rather than the plurality of God. This is revealed when the plural noun, Elohim, is followed by a singular verb. The reader of the whole Bible, already knows that the Word of God and the Spirit of God was at work in the creation process. As we learn more and more about God's Word, it reveals that we have a lot more to learn about our Lord and God.
Friday, July 22, 2016
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Did you know that Y'shua, Jesus, did not die, because of our sins? Forensic evidence reveals that the blood vessels, within his heart, burst, which was evident in the flowing of blood and water, when his side was pierced with the spear. Bottom line: He did not die because of our sins, he literally died of a Broken Heart, while dying for our sins.
Monday, July 18, 2016
Did you know that the Bible speaks of a future country and its leader, Gog and Magog, that will lead the armies of Armageddon? Traditional Christian thought claims this will be Russia. However, Messianic Judaism and 1st Century Christians taught that this would be the area, which is the modern day nation of Turkey. Since the seventh century, this area and its leaders have created extremely violent Islamic Caliphates, that have been extremely brutal toward Christians and Jews. The final leader of this end time caliphate is believed to be the reemergence of the 12 Imam, the direct descendent of or even Mohammed himself. ISIS and the attempted coup, in Turkey, this past Friday, are birth pangs, of this coming caliphate and it's anti-Christian leader, the 12th Imam. known by Christians worldwide, as The Beast of Revelation, the AntiChrist.
Friday, July 15, 2016
Did you know that atheist and other unbelievers claim that there are things in our Bible, that are not in the original or earliest biblical manuscripts, thereby making it unreliable and false? Well, the first part is true. There are verses, within our Bible, that are not in the original or earliest manuscripts, i.e.: Mark 16:9-20. However, does that make the whole thing false and unreliable? Absolutely not! It just makes the added things unreliable. But, isn't that how Satan works? He takes a little truth, adds to lie, then calls the whole thing a lie. Kind of reminds you how the liberal media works. Search out and grasp the truth! Then, throw the rest out, where it belongs, in the garbage.
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Did you know that Y'shua, Jesus made Peter recant his denials three times, after his resurrection? Everyone knows that Peter denied the Messiah, three times, during his trials. However, at a post resurrection meeting at a lake, Y'shua, Jesus asked Peter three times, if he loved him. John 21:15-17. The interesting thing about this conversation can be found in the Greek. In reality, Y'shua, Jesus asked Peter if he loved and is committed to him, the first two times, and Peter responded, "Lord, you know, I like you." During the third time, Y'shua, Jesus asked Peter if he liked him. Peter responded with the same response. Immediately after the third time, Peter realized what had just happened and he wept. It is obvious that God expects confession but this also shows that, even though God expects our relationship to end in total commitment, he is willing to except simple acknowledgment, at the beginning. This begs a question that we need to ask ourselves daily. Are we walking the walk or just talking the talk?
Monday, July 11, 2016
Did you know that the Bible is literally a multidimensional holographic image? A hologram is created, when pure, multidimensionally, unadulterated data is compiled through a specially designed lens. A hologram can only be viewed, with the lens, through which it was created. The Bible is the same way. You can only view the picture, if you view it, multidimensionally, through the lens, through which it was created. Otherwise, you will only get a fuzzy and unclear picture. However, when you look at it, through the lens, through which it was created, The Word of God, you see the clear picture of salvation, Yahweh Saves, Y'shua ha Mashiach, Jesus Christ.
Thursday, July 7, 2016
Did you know that evolution states that life originated in the sea and with every stage of evolution comes improvement? To see the absurdity of that statement, all one would have to do is look at our offspring. Life, in the sea, produces fully functional newborn, from day one, while mammals have to take care of their young, for up to two years, before their children can begin to function freely, within their environment. Each species is different. For evolution to be true, in the area of offspring development, it would have required a step backwards. Does that sound like evolution to you? It sounds more like we were made after our own kind. What do you think?