Thursday, April 26, 2018

Israel and the Secret of 70 | JEWSNEWS

Church to hold 'Beyoncé Mass' and Teaches Mary Magdalene is 'the Original Nasty Woman'

Did the Apostle Peter Believe in the Imminence of Christ's Return? | William Struse

The Bible Under Assault - California Family Council

Well-Known Atlanta Pastor Is Adding Scantily Clad Aerialists to Worship Services - Faithwire

No banned books yet, just urge to 'evolve'

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Does Judaism Believe in the Apocalypse? - Questions

The Thousand-Day Shabbat

The third Lubavitcher Rebbe, known as the Tzemach Tzedek, points out that on the one hand there are Torah sources that state that the reward for our Divine service will be in the seventh millennium,10 while on the other hand, Rav Ketina states that the world will be desolate in the seventh millennium. How can both be true?

He explains that when the Talmud compares those thousand years to Shabbat, it is explaining the nature of the "desolation." The word "Shabbat" itself can mean either "rest" or "annulment"—and in this case it means both.

When the Talmud says the seventh millennium will be "desolate," it means that there will be such a great spiritual revelation during that period that we will have no physical needs, like eating and drinking. Thus, all physical work that comes along with our physical needs, like plowing and planting, will be "annulled." Instead, the souls will delight in the Divine glory.11

Nevertheless, the ultimate goal is the eighth millennium, when the physical itself will be refined to the point where the physical world and the great spiritual revelation will be integrated.12

May we merit the coming of Moshiach speedily in our days!


New CA Bill Outlaws Helping Anyone with Unwanted Same-Sex Desires or Gender Confusion - California Family Council

Thursday, April 5, 2018

15 Prophetic Signs of Jesus' Imminent Return - Charisma News

The world's focus would be on the Middle East.

Russia would begin to align with key Muslim nations.

Israel would be surrounded by those bent on its annihilation.

Anti-Semitism would dramatically escalate.

Religious deception would be rampant.

Political chaos would increase, and a political star with plausible solutions would rise up.

Extreme famines would occur in different parts of the world.

There would be wars and rumors of war, especially relative to the Middle East and Israel.

Epidemics and pandemics would spread.

Earthquakes and natural disasters would escalate in frequency and intensity.

Technology would advance in astonishing ways.

Terrorism would jump to the forefront.

There would be an abnormal emphasis on sex and materialism, and morality would be twisted.

Betrayals, multiplying family problems and resistance to God's messages would be prevalent.

A genuine, Holy Spirit-led revival would emerge as a remnant of godly believers focused on the Lord Jesus Christ and His power.

The Hebrew Hallelujah..From Israel Bible Center

From Israel Bible Center

There might not be a single person alive in the Judeo-Christian world who isn't familiar with the word Hallelujah. We've all heard this word repeated time and again in various contexts. This word was adopted from Hebrew; in English it is called a Hebrew loan word. But what does this word mean in Hebrew? The word "Hallelujah" (הָּויּלְלַה (is actually two Hebrew words put together, hallelu (וּלְלַה (and Yah (הָּי .(ּWe call these compound words. The first word, hallelu, is literally an exhortation to praise someone or something, addressed to more than one person (a plural "you"). The old English translation "Praise ye" is therefore accurate. The second component, Yah, is an abbreviated version of יהוה) or YHWH in English transliteration), the covenant name of Israel's God.

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