Rin-Tin Tin or 10/10/10?

Friday, October 1, 2010 TM

Shabbat Shalom Loved One! (Truth Searcher- Rin-Tin-Tin or 10/10/10? It is a word play only understandable by us older ones in the Body of Messiah!)

Many of us are enjoying the final day/s of Sukkot! Wonderful times of fellowship- but yes, it is possible- likely even; that we will have the appointed time again in less than 30 days. We will touch on why shortly. My perspective has not changed as I still expect rockets will fly on the Feast of Trumpets. It is a strong possibility that will occur on or around 10/10/10. Is that about the judgment of Ephraim- the 10 tribes and the fullness of the gentiles; where YHWH judges His “church” first? Truth Searcher-Time will tell. I am meeting with the believers in Panama for their Feast and just like you; they are a delightful people indeed! What a blessing to get to know the Family of YHWH!

Last week I touched firmly on our need for intimate relationship with our Elohim. It is not enough to assume because we may know His name; or believe we follow His Times and Seasons (Feast Dates-Appointments- Moedim) perfectly; or even to compare ourselves to others and think we are safe; based on what we have done and are doing for YHWH. So what? Do we really expect His supernatural deliverance and direction if we are not walking by His Spirit in his compassion, mercy, and power? Loved one, we cannot compare ourselves with ourselves. (1Jn 2:6) The one who says he stays (abides) in Him ought himself also to walk, even as He walked. I expect our deliverance and ability to help others is based on who we really are in Him. Are we just “saying” Shema O Israel or do we actually hear Him, obey Him and walk as he walked? His sheep will really hear Him and follow what he says. If we reject the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy set apart Spirit) and His manifestation of power and deliverance by assuming all moves and supernatural manifestations are demonic; by what means will we be delivered? If we are walking in Torah obedience (Best we know how) should we not expect supernatural help also? When we really get intimate with Him we will walk in signs and wonders because He confirms His word with signs and wonders following. It IS about who we know and what HE HAS DONE. Not about how perfect we do things- IT IS ABOUT OUR RELATIONSHIP with the KING of GLORY!

Okay, as I promised you truth searcher, here are two eyewitness accounts about the real possibility of us starting the Biblical year thirty days early. I am teaching at Sukkot in Panama just now, but last week I was in Costa Rica. Here are two eyewitness accounts for you to consider (They are also attached as a word document): First: My request for written testimony:

Date: Wednesday, September 29, 2010, 7:41 AM Hey brother- can u please send a written short account that you gave us on Shabbat of your eyewitness to the barley declared "Abiv" this year- how many sites you visited with Nehemia, how many were actually abiv etc. no real fields found planted with barley etc- I will not use your name unless you say to, but I would like to allow people the right to determine for themselves---that there is a real possibility that we are a month early on the Feast Dates. I would like to send out your accounting in Friday's torah study to allow people time to consider your word before the Feast of Trumpets arrives!



Witness Number One: Costa Rica Feast of Sukkot

Greeting Torah Fans,

I went on the annual Aviv barley search this year on the 16th of March with my 13 year old son as part of a wonderful Father/son trip to the Holy Land. Although it was my fourth trip to Israel this was the first time to accompany Nehemia and we were really looking forward to this search. I didn't really have any expectations since I was there to learn and to confirm what the "expert" had spent many years "perfecting," that was how to determine biblically when the barley was Aviv in the Land of Israel. We drove all day and stopped at about two dozen locations where they had found barley growing in years past. I kept my eyes open and learned whatever Nehemia would show us and teach us about the stages of ripeness. We found mostly milky kernels wherever we went. There were NO planted fields of barley anywhere in the land of Israel. I found this strange. This year there were lots of wheat fields but zero cultivated fields of barley where Nehemia would say in years past there were. As a result even though we found some stray heads of barley that started on their own few locations had enough barley to consider the amount present "harvestable" with a sickle (one of the definitions of harvestable). As I recall we found three locations with enough to be considered harvestable. When they picked about 10 heads and checked to see what percentage of kernels were "ripe" usually it was about 60 to 70 percent of the kernels could be counted and the rest were still soft dough stage. As I reflect on this barley search it seemed like such a little amount to consider it to be ready. However, by the definitions we followed it barely qualified as "Aviv." I know Nehemia was grateful not to have to declare a 13th month since the Rabbinic Calendar did not this year. It always increases the pressure on the Karaites to celebrate the Passover on a different month that their associates and fellow Jews in the Land. Not until this month did it occur to me why there might not have been any barley fields in the land. Could it be that the Rabbis knew it would be a questionable year for barley to be ripe by their calendar's reckoning of time and thus did they have anything to do with the suggestion of not planting barley in the Land? I know they use 4 exceptions to change dates for Feasts and they direct those changes for all Jews worldwide so it wouldn't surprise me that they also make suggestions to their farmer followers as to what crops to be planting each year for their own agenda reasons.

We did see the new moon as predicted that month but it was four days before the equinox. Nehemia doesn't consider this fact as one of the important factors in determining if a month is added or not. He used only the sighting of when the month starts and the Aviv barley search. I was astounded to find that scripture does talk about the equinox as a factor. Determining if the new moon will be before or after the equinox may not mean anything one way or the other for determining the first fruits offering will be possible for that year but it is appearing like it does make a difference six months later if Leviticus 23 can be followed, which says that when the harvest is completed then you shall come up to Jerusalem for the Feast of Tabernacles. It appears as strong evidence that if the New Moon is sighted before the equinox it is highly likely that six months later the harvest will not be sufficiently ready to be completed before the calendar would require the celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles. This is the first year that I have become aware of this delayed consequence that could cause us to unwittingly not follow Torah by what we determine at the time of the sighting of the new moon at the first or thirteenth month of determination. I hope this year clears up any doubt for all Torah followers. My heart is to do what the Father told us to do and to use all scriptures to make the determination as accurate and consistent with scripture as possible. No matter if it puts us at odds with the Jewish calendar or not. If we are willing to be a peculiar people for Yahweh's sake we might as well do it wholeheartedly and be a peculiar people in the eyes of the Jews as well as long as we can back our choices with Scripture. Praise Yahweh for this revelation this year so we can determine the times and seasons accurately especially as we approach the impactful years ahead. Let us watch for very significant events to unfold around 10-10-10 as we get to celebrate again this year just to be sure that we "got it right."

We will surely know this year if all the pieces come together and we will be certain from then.


Your brother in Yahshua from Costa Rica

Witness Number Two: Panama Feast Of Sukkot

Shalom Thurston,

Regarding our conversation about the Aviv barley, I was in Israel around the time of the orthodox Shavuot earlier this year (2010). With some other friends I met a lady who had been growing a small patch of barley in her front yard in the planter boxes. It was still about a week or two before Shavuot on the Jewish calendar and she was showing us the barley not yet Aviv. I don't remember clearly what she said but it was something regarding her barley's difference from national harvests, being planted in different soil and with manual watering (versus the heavenly rains only), but that hers was coming out later than the official "call" of the Aviv barley. She mentioned something about the feasts starting too early for the year. According to my personal study of the calendar, both earthly and heavenly signs lead us to believe the feasts are a month too early this year on the Jewish calculated calendar. Thank you for your words of knowledge and insight, and imparting the Ruach to us here at this feast.

In His timing,

Brittany W

With those possibilities of His appointments still to come lingering in our hearts and minds, let’s look at this week’s Torah Scriptures. We still decide for ourselves when are His appointments!

This Week’s Torah Scriptures: Vezot ha’ BrachaAnd this is the blessing”

Deuteronomy 33:1-34:12; Joshua 1: 1-18; 2 Kings Chapters 24 and 25

The Blessing!

(Deu 33:1) And this is the blessing with which Mosheh the man of Elohim blessed the children of Yisra’ĕl before his death. (Deu 33:2) And he said, “יהוה came from Sinai, and rose from Sĕʽir for them. He shone forth from Mount Paran, and came with ten thousands of set-apart ones – at His right hand a law of fire for them. (Deu 33:3) Indeed, He loves the peoples all His set-apart ones are in your hand. And they, they sat down at your feet, receiving your words. (Deu 33:4) Mosheh commanded us a Torah, an inheritance of the assembly of Yaʽaqoḇ. (Deu 33:5) And He was Sovereign in Yeshurun, when the heads of the people were gathered, the tribes of Yisra’ĕl. (Deu 33:6) Let Re’uḇĕn live, and not die, and let his men be numbered.” (Deu 33:7) And this of Yehuḏah, and he said, “Hear, יהוה, the voice of Yehuḏah, and bring him to his people. His hands shall fight for him, and you will be a help against his enemies.” (Deu 33:8) And of Lĕwi he said, “Your Tummim and Your Urim belong to your kind one, whom you tried at Massah, with whom you contended at the waters of Meriḇah, (Deu 33:9) who said of his father and mother, ‘I have not seen them.’ And he did not acknowledge his brothers, or know his own children, for they have guarded your word and watched over your covenant. (Deu 33:10) “They teach your right-rulings to Yaʽaqoḇ, and your Torah to Yisra’ĕl. They put incense before you, and a complete burnt offering on your altar. (Deu 33:11) O יהוה, bless his strength, and accept the work of his hands. Smite the loins of those who rise against him, and of those who hate him, that they rise no more.” (Deu 33:12) Of Binyamin he said, “Let the beloved of יהוה dwell in safety by Him, shielding him all the day, as he dwells between His shoulders.” (Deu 33:13) And of Yosĕph he said, “Blessed of יהוה is his land, with the choicest from the heavens, with the dew, and the deep lying beneath, (Deu 33:14) with the choice fruits of the sun, with the choice yield of the months, (Deu 33:15) with the finest of the ancient mountains, with the choicest of the everlasting hills, (Deu 33:16) with the choicest of the earth and all that fills it, and the good pleasure of Him who dwelt in the bush. Let it come on the head of Yosĕph, and on the crown of the head of him who was separate from his brothers. (Deu 33:17) “His splendor is like a first-born bull, and his horns are like the horns of the wild ox. With them he pushes the peoples to the ends of the earth. And they are the ten thousands of Ephrayim, and they are the thousands of Menashsheh.” (Deu 33:18) And of Zeḇulun he said, “Rejoice, O Zeḇulun, in your going out, and Yissasḵar in your tents! (Deu 33:19) “They call peoples to the mountain there they bring offerings of righteousness, for they draw from the riches of the seas, and treasures hidden in the sand.(Deu 33:20) And of Gaḏ he said, “Blessed is he who enlarges Gaḏ. He dwells as a lion, and shall tear off the arm, also the crown. (Deu 33:21) “And he chose the best for himself, for there the portion of the lawgiver was hidden. And he came with the heads of the people. The righteousness of יהוה he did, and His right-rulings with Yisra’ĕl.” (Deu 33:22) And of Dan he said, “Dan is a lion’s cub that leaps from Bashan.” (Deu 33:23) And of Naphtali he said, “O Naphtali, satisfied with pleasure, and filled with the blessing of יהוה possess the west and the south.” (Deu 33:24) And of Ashĕr he said, “Ashĕr is most blessed of sons. Let him be accepted by his brothers, and dip his foot in oil. (Deu 33:25) “Your sandals are iron and bronze, and your strength as your days. (Deu 33:26) “O Yeshurun, there is no one like Ěl, riding the heavens to help you, and on the clouds, in His Excellency. (Deu 33:27) “The Elohim of old is a refuge, and beneath are everlasting arms. And He drives out the enemy from before you and says, ‘Destroy!’ (Deu 33:28) “Thus Yisra’ĕl dwells in safety, the fountain of Yaʽaqoḇ alone, in a land of grain and new wine. His heavens also drop down dew. (Deu 33:29) Blessed are you, O Yisra’ĕl! Who is like you, a people saved by יהוה, the shield of your help, and He who is the sword of your Excellency! And your enemies are subdued for you, and you tread down their high places.”

Here are the soon coming boundaries of Israel!

(Deu 34:1) And Mosheh went up from the desert plains of Mo’aḇ to Mount Neḇo, to the top of Pisgah, which is opposite Yeriḥo. And יהוה showed him all the land of Gilʽaḏ as far as Dan, (Deu 34:2) and all Naphtali and the land of Ephrayim and Menashsheh, all the land of Yehuḏah as far as the Western Sea, (Deu 34:3) and the Negeḇ, and the plain of the Valley of Yeriḥo, the city of palm trees, as far as Tsoʽar. (Deu 34:4) And יהוה said to him, “This is the land of which I swore to Aḇraham, to Yitsḥaq, and to Yaʽaqoḇ, saying, ‘To your seed I give it.’ I have let you look at it with your eyes, but you do not pass over there.” (Deu 34:5) And Mosheh the servant of יהוה died there in the land of Mo’aḇ, according to the mouth of יהוה. (Deu 34:6) And He buried him in a valley in the land of Mo’aḇ, opposite Bĕyth Peʽor, and no one knows his burial place to this day. (Deu 34:7) And Mosheh was one hundred and twenty years old when he died. His eyes were not dim nor his freshness gone. (Deu 34:8) The children of Yisra’ĕl wept for Mosheh; there in the desert plains of Mo’aḇ, for thirty days. And the days of weeping and mourning for Mosheh were completed. (Deu 34:9) And Yehoshua son of Nun was filled with the spirit of wisdom, for Mosheh had laid his hands on him. And the children of Yisra’ĕl listened to him, and did as יהוה had commanded Mosheh. (Deu 34:10) And since then no prophet has arisen in Yisra’ĕl like Mosheh, whom יהוה knew face to face, (Perhaps this is why Sha’ul (Paul) said we see Him dimly as in a mirror) (Deu 34:11) for all the signs and wonders which יהוה sent him to do in the land of Mitsrayim, before Pharaoh, and before all his servants, and in all his land, (Deu 34:12) and for all that strong hand and all the great fearsome deeds which Mosheh did before the eyes of all Yisra’ĕl.

YHWH restates the boundaries to Joshua: Everywhere you step is your land!

(Jos 1:1) And it came to be, after the death of Mosheh the servant of יהוה, that יהוה spoke to Yehoshua son of Nun, the assistant of Mosheh, saying, (Jos 1:2) “Mosheh My servant is dead, so now, arise, pass over this Yardĕn, you and all this people, to the land which I am giving to them, to the children of Yisra’ĕl. (Jos 1:3) Every place on which the sole of your foot treads I have given you, as I spoke to Mosheh. (Jos 1:4) “From the wilderness and this Leḇanon even as far as the great river, the River Euphrates, all the land of the Ḥittites, and to the Great Sea toward the going down of the sun, is your border. (Jos 1:5) “No man is going to stand before you all the days of your life. As I was with Mosheh, so I am with you. I do not fail you nor forsake you. (Jos 1:6) “Be strong and courageous, for you are to let this people inherit the land which I swore to their fathers to give them.

A timely message for us- Be strong (NOT FEARFUL!)

(Jos 1:7) “Only be strong and very courageous, to guard to do according to all the Torah which Mosheh my servant commanded you. Do not turn from it right or left, so that you act wisely wherever you go. (Jos 1:8) Do not let this Book of the Torah depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you guard to do according to all that is written in it. For then you shall make your way prosperous, and act wisely. (Jos 1:9) “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid, nor be discouraged, for יהוה your Elohim is with you wherever you go.” (Jos 1:10) And Yehoshua commanded the officers of the people, saying, (Jos 1:11) “Pass through the midst of the camp and command the people, saying, ‘Prepare food for yourselves, for within three days you are passing over this Yardĕn, to go in to possess the land which יהוה your Elohim is giving you to possess.’ ” (Jos 1:12) And Yehoshua spoke to the Re’uḇĕnites and to the Gaḏites and to half the tribe of Menashsheh, saying, (Jos 1:13) “Remember the word which Mosheh, servant of יהוה, commanded you, saying, ‘יהוה your Elohim is giving you rest, and He shall give you this land.’ (Jos 1:14) “Let your wives, your little ones, and your livestock stay in the land which Mosheh gave you beyond the Yardĕn. But you shall pass before your brothers in fives, all your brave fighters, and shall help them, (Jos 1:15) until יהוה has given your brothers rest, as unto you. So shall they also take possession of the land which יהוה your Elohim is giving them. Then you shall return to the land of your possession, and shall possess that which Mosheh the servant of יהוה gave you beyond the Yardĕn toward the rising of the sun.” (Jos 1:16) And they answered Yehoshua, saying, “All that you have commanded us we do, and wherever you send us we go. (Jos 1:17) “According to all that we obeyed Mosheh, so we obey you. Only, let יהוה your Elohim be with you, as He was with Mosheh. (Jos 1:18) “Whoever rebels against your command and does not obey your words, in all that you command him, is put to death. Only be strong and courageous.”

Judgment will fall as YHWH’s servants the prophets declare!

(2Ki 24:1) In his days Neḇuḵaḏnetstsar sovereign (King) of Baḇel came up, and Yehoyaqim became his servant for three years. And he turned and rebelled against him. (2Ki 24:2) And יהוה sent against him raiding bands of Chaldeans, and raiding bands of Aram, and raiding bands of Mo’aḇ, and raiding bands of the children of Ammon. And He sent them against Yehuḏah to destroy it, according to the word of יהוה which He had spoken by His servants the prophets. (2Ki 24:3) Only at the command of יהוה this came upon Yehuḏah, to remove them from His presence, because of the sins of Menashsheh, according to all that he did (2Ki 24:4) and also because of the innocent blood that he shed. He filled Yerushalayim with innocent blood, which יהוה would not forgive. (2Ki 24:5) And the rest of the acts of Yehoyaqim, and all that he did, are they not written in the book of the annals of the sovereigns of Yehuḏah? (2Ki 24:6) So Yehoyaqim slept with his fathers. And Yehoyaḵin his son reigned in his place. (2Ki 24:7) And the sovereign of Mitsrayim did not come out of his land again, for the sovereign of Baḇel had taken all that belonged to the sovereign of Mitsrayim from the wadi of Mitsrayim to the River Euphrates. (2Ki 24:8) Yehoyaḵin was eighteen years old when he began to reign, and he reigned in Yerushalayim three months. And his mother’s name was Neḥushta the daughter of Elnathan of Yerushalayim. (2Ki 24:9) And he did evil in the eyes of יהוה, according to all that his father did. (2Ki 24:10) At that time the servants of Neḇuḵaḏnetstsar sovereign of Baḇel came up against Yerushalayim, and the city was besieged. (2Ki 24:11) And Neḇuḵaḏnetstsar sovereign of Baḇel came against the city, as his servants were besieging it. (2Ki 24:12) And Yehoyaḵin sovereign of Yehuḏah, and his mother, and his servants, and his heads, and his eunuchs went out to the sovereign of Baḇel. And the sovereign of Baḇel, in the eighth year of his reign, took him prisoner. (2Ki 24:13) And he took from there all the treasures of the House of יהוה and the treasures of the sovereign’s house, and he cut in pieces all the objects of gold which Shelomoh sovereign of Yisra’ĕl had made in the Hĕḵal of יהוה, as יהוה had said. (2Ki 24:14) And he exiled all Yerushalayim, and all the officers and all the mighty brave men – ten thousand exiles – and all the craftsmen and smiths. None remained except the poorest people of the land. (2Ki 24:15) And he exiled Yehoyaḵin to Baḇel. And the sovereign’s mother, and the sovereign’s wives, and his eunuchs, and the leading men of the land he exiled from Yerushalayim to Baḇel. (2Ki 24:16) And all the mighty brave men, seven thousand, and craftsmen and smiths, one thousand, all who were strong and fit for battle, these the sovereign of Baḇel brought to Baḇel into exile. (2Ki 24:17) And the sovereign of Baḇel set up Mattanyah, Yehoyaḵin’s uncle, to reign in his place, and changed his name to Tsiḏqiyahu. (2Ki 24:18) Tsiḏqiyahu was twenty-one years old when he began to reign, and he reigned eleven years in Yerushalayim. And his mother’s name was Ḥamutal the daughter of Yirmeyahu of Liḇnah. (2Ki 24:19) And he did evil in the eyes of יהוה, according to all that Yehoyaqim did. (2Ki 24:20) For this took place in Yerushalayim and Yehuḏah because of the displeasure of יהוה, until He had cast them out from His presence. And Tsiḏqiyahu rebelled against the sovereign of Baḇel.

Every country (That claims to love YHWH) but will not obey His precepts will be vomited out of the land!

(2Ki 25:1) And it came to be in the ninth year of his reign, in the tenth month, on the tenth of the month, that Neḇuḵaḏnetstsar sovereign of Baḇel and all his army came against Yerushalayim and encamped against it, and they built a siege wall against it all around. (2Ki 25:2) And the city was besieged until the eleventh year of Sovereign Tsiḏqiyahu. (2Ki 25:3) By the ninth of the month the scarcity of food had become so severe in the city that there was no food for the people of the land. (2Ki 25:4) Then the city wall was breached, and all the men of battle fled at night by way of the gate between two walls, which was by the sovereign’s garden, even though the Chaldeans were still encamped all around against the city. And the sovereign went by way of the desert plain. (2Ki 25:5) And the army of the Chaldeans pursued the sovereign, and overtook him in the desert plains of Yeriḥo, and all his army was scattered from him. (2Ki 25:6) And they seized the sovereign and brought him up to the sovereign of Baḇel at Riblah, and they pronounced sentence on him. (2Ki 25:7) And they slaughtered the sons of Tsiḏqiyahu before his eyes, and put out the eyes of Tsiḏqiyahu, and bound him with bronze shackles, and took him to Baḇel. (2Ki 25:8) And in the fifth month, on the seventh of the month, which was the nineteenth year of Sovereign Neḇuḵaḏnetstsar sovereign of Baḇel, Neḇuzaraḏan the chief of the guard, a servant of the sovereign of Baḇel, came to Yerushalayim. (2Ki 25:9) And he burned the House of יהוה and the house of the sovereign, and all the houses of Yerushalayim – even every great house he burned with fire. (2Ki 25:10) And all the army of the Chaldeans who were with the chief of the guard broke down the walls of Yerushalayim all around. (2Ki 25:11) And Neḇuzaraḏan the chief of the guard took into exile the rest of the people who were left in the city and the deserters who deserted to the sovereign of Baḇel, with the rest of the multitude. (2Ki 25:12) But the chief of the guard left some of the poor of the land as vinedressers and farmers. (2Ki 25:13) And the bronze columns that were in the House of יהוה, and the stands and the bronze Sea that were in the House of יהוה, the Chaldeans broke in pieces, and took their bronze away to Baḇel. (2Ki 25:14) And they took the pots, and the shovels, and the snuffers, and the ladles, and all the bronze utensils the priests used in the service. (2Ki 25:15) And the chief of the guard took the fire holders and the basins which were of solid gold and solid silver. (2Ki 25:16) The bronze of all these utensils was beyond measure – the two columns, the one Sea, and the stands, which Shelomoh had made for the House of יהוה. (2Ki 25:17) The height of one column was eighteen cubits, and the capital on it was of bronze. And the height of the capital was three cubits, and the network and pomegranates all around the capital were all of bronze. And the second column was the same, with a network. (2Ki 25:18) And the chief of the guard took Serayah the chief priest, and Tsephanyahu the second priest, and the three doorkeepers. (2Ki 25:19) And out of the city he took a certain eunuch who was appointed over the men of battle, and five men of those who saw the sovereign’s face, who were found in the city, and the chief scribe of the army who mustered the people of the land, and sixty men of the people of the land who were found in the city. (2Ki 25:20) And Neḇuzaraḏan, chief of the guard, took them and made them go to the sovereign of Baḇel at Riblah. (2Ki 25:21) And the sovereign of Baḇel smote them and put them to death at Riblah in the land of Ḥamath. So he exiled Yehuḏah from its own land. (2Ki 25:22) And he appointed Geḏalyahu son of Aḥiqam, son of Shaphan, over the people who were left in the land of Yehuḏah, whom Neḇuḵaḏnetstsar sovereign of Baḇel had left. (2Ki 25:23) And all the commanders of the armies, they and their men, heard that the sovereign of Baḇel had appointed Geḏalyahu. And they came to Geḏalyahu at Mitspah, even Yishmaʽĕl son of Nethanyah, and Yoḥanan son of Qarĕaḥ, and Serayah son of Tanḥumeth the Netophathite, and Yaʽazanyahu the son of a Maʽaḵathite, they and their men. (2Ki 25:24) And Geḏalyahu swore to them and their men, and said to them, “Do not be afraid of the servants of the Chaldeans. Dwell in the land and serve the sovereign of Baḇel, and let it be well with you.” (2Ki 25:25) And in the seventh month it came to be that Yishmaʽĕl son of Nethanyah, son of Elishama, of the seed of the reign, came with ten men and smote Geḏalyahu that he died, and the Yehuḏim, and the Chaldeans who were with him at Mitspah. (2Ki 25:26) And all the people rose up, small and great, and the commanders of the armies, and went to Mitsrayim, for they were afraid of the Chaldeans. (2Ki 25:27) And it came to be in the thirty-seventh year of the exile of Yehoyaḵin sovereign of Yehuḏah, in the twelfth month, on the twenty-seventh of the month, that Ewil-Meroḏaḵ sovereign of Baḇel, in the year that he began to reign, released Yehoyaḵin sovereign of Yehuḏah from prison, (2Ki 25:28) and spoke kindly to him, and set his throne above the throne of the sovereigns who were with him in Baḇel, (2Ki 25:29) and changed his prison garments. And he ate bread continually before the sovereign all the days of his life. (2Ki 25:30) And as his allowance, a continual allowance was given to him from the sovereign, a quota for each day, all the days of his life.

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YOU are really appreciated and loved- May YHWH direct, provide, promote, protect and use you and your loved ones to produce fruit that will remain as we approach Jacob’s Trouble!

Shalom to your home Loved One,


Do remember to memorize by saying daily Psalm 91 for you and your loved ones!