The Millennial (1,000 year) Reign Great events strike the earth during the time of the Great tribulation, just prior to the 1,000 years beginning (Yahusha) will return in the clouds for His people; and all the chosen believers are called up into the air to meet (Yahusha) HaMashiach. The 144,000 of Yisrael (Israel) are Sealed! … Continue reading The Millennial (1,000 year) Reign
Come And Let Us Make Teshuvah (Repentance) 1 Come and let us  make teshuvah to YHUH: for He has torn and He will heal us; He has smitten and He will bind us up.  2 After two days  will He revive us:  on the third yom He will raise us up, … Continue reading Come And Let Us Make Teshuvah (Repentance)
“Even the Devil can quote Scripture to suit his own purposes”
If you think a smooth charismatic talker is what makes a great leader remember Satan in the Garden. And Remember Moses Stuttered.
The Lion of Yahudah (Judah) The Lion of Yahudah (Judah) (Rev 5:5) is the symbol of the Yashar’e’liym (Israelite) tribe of Yahudah (Judah) in the Book of BERE’SHIYTH (Genesis). Yahudah (Judah) was the fourth son of YA’AQOV (Jacob) the Yashar’e’liym (Israelite) and was the progenitor of King David. The Lion of Yahudah (Judah) is also … Continue reading The Lion of Yahudah (Judah)
The Good Shepherd and His Sheep Did you happen to know Sheep will not drink from troubled or agitated waters... They will Thirst to Death before they would drink from such waters... That is why David said "He Leads Me Besides Still Waters" There in that moment of Calmness and Stillness we can Drink from … Continue reading The Good Shepherd and His Sheep
What Is Doublespeak? Glossary of Grammatical and Rhetorical Terms by Richard Nordquist Doublespeak is language that's intended to deceive or confuse people. The words used in doublespeak can often be understood in more than one way. Doublespeak in English Doublespeak may take the form of euphemisms, unsupported generalizations, or deliberate ambiguity. Contrast with plain English. William Lutz has defined doublespeak as "language … Continue reading What Is Doublespeak? Glossary of Grammatical and Rhetorical Terms