Moses rubbed his eyes. God’s words continued without a pause. Visions formed in his mind. “But how am I going to remember all of this?” He asked. “Yahweh, I don’t have a scribe with me. You told me I must follow Your pattern exactly, but I do not have a way to record it.” “Fear … Continue reading The Gate – Part 2 — What Do the Colors Mean?
Names of Jesus
The Truth Will Set You Free
On Tuesday, when I asked the Lord where He wanted me to read, He said, “Mark 4.” So, prayerfully I opened to Mark 4 in my Amplified Bible, and four verses jumped off the page for me to consider. Mark 4:11-12 were the first two. Mark writes about a part of the discussion Jesus was … Continue reading The Truth Will Set You Free
Let There Be Light!
Darkness cannot remain when light is present. Through science, we know sound and sight are only possible when light is present. For God to create the universe, light had to be called forth first. Without light, all is lifeless, colorless, and without sound or strength. On this Sunday night, Jewish people will come together to … Continue reading Let There Be Light!
Who is This Child in a Manger? (repost)
I am taking the liberty to repost this blog from a few years ago. Even if you read it then, it is always good to take another look at Yeshua. We easily forget who He is and why He came. Yeshua wasn’t born on December 25th, but it is the day that the world traditionally … Continue reading Who is This Child in a Manger? (repost)
Introduction to the Constitution of the Kingdom of God
In the world we are living in today, here in America, we need to know the Constitution. If we don't follow the guidelines and boundaries put in place by our founding fathers, we can get into trouble. We also need to know the rights and authority we have as citizens. Jesus came to earth for … Continue reading Introduction to the Constitution of the Kingdom of God
The LORD is our Banner
This past Sunday, our pastor preached a message out of Exodus 17, entitled, 'God Can Be Trusted?' One of the verses he highlighted was verse 15, where Moses built an altar to celebrate the Israelite's victory over the Amalekites. Moses called the altar, 'The LORD is My Banner,' or Yehovah Nissi. Our pastor asked the … Continue reading The LORD is our Banner
They Shall Call His Name Immanuel
Merry Christmas to all of you. God never marked the day of Jesus birth on His Biblical calendar. It was likely during the Feast of Tabernacles in September or October, but December 25th was chosen in A.D. 440. The Bible does not record a date, but we do have the details. And two places in … Continue reading They Shall Call His Name Immanuel
He is the Holy One
In Isaiah 43:3, Jesus announces, For I am the LORD your God, The Holy One of Israel, your Savior...Holiness can be attributed to only one God. None of the other gods are holy. No other baby ever born received this title. In 1 Samuel 2:2 Hannah declares as she prays: There is no one holy … Continue reading He is the Holy One
He Shall be Called – Prince of Peace
We are going to finish up Isaiah 9:6 today with 'PRINCE OF PEACE.' If ever our world needed peace it is now. Let's see what we can find. PRINCE is #8269 in Strong's, pronounced 'sar.' From 8323, a head person of any rank or class. A captain, chief, general, governor, keeper, lord, taskmaster, prince or … Continue reading He Shall be Called – Prince of Peace
He Shall be Called – Everlasting Father
I thought 'Mighty God' was awesome for His name until I considered 'EVERLASTING FATHER.' Talk about a full meal deal. Wow! Get ready for a feast. EVERLASTING is #5703 in Strong's. And it comes from #5710. #5703 -'ad' : —eternity, ever(-lasting, -more), old, perpetually, world without end. In layman's terms, Everlasting means: continuing future, i.e. … Continue reading He Shall be Called – Everlasting Father