The Deliverance (a short music video)

The Deliverance is based upon Psalm 27 and the story of David and Goliath in 1 Samuel 17. This video is the testimony of every believer in Messiah Yahushua who has ever faced a Goliath in their salvation walk. The greatest Goliath is coming; hold on dear saints of the Most High, the Son of David is also coming and…

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What Kind Of Glasses Are You Wearing?

“Oh no, my master! What shall we do?” Oh…how much wasted time I have spent in asking this same question, just as the servant of Elisha did in 2 Kings 6 when he saw the armies surrounding the city. In compassionate response, Elisha said, “Fear not: those who are with us are more than those who are with them.” “Open his eyes,” the…

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The New Moon of Tishrei Sighted! Chag Sameach!

Joy and Shalom! Greetings in the wondrous name of Yahuweh and our Master Yahushua–Our soon coming Messiah! We just received report of the new moon being sighted in Jerusalem by two witnesses. It is bitter/sweet because last month, the two witnesses were Yedidah and I. We rejoice, however, not because sunset tonight (September 2nd, 2016) begins a new creation calendar…

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One Last Breath on the Aviv Barley 2016 — A Personal Cry for Unity

Shabbat Shalom, Rivkah and I have continued to receive more questioning regarding the “floating” aviv barley reports, that seem to be drifting into the “air space” of concerned believers. “Who’s report are we to believe?”, they ask. If we go by Isaiah 53:1–it is to whom Yahuweh reveals His “Barley Sheaf”, that will determine what report to believe. Recently, a…

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A Life Worth Fighting For

“Choose life? Yes.. choosing life is sometimes the hardest thing we ever have to do because death is so easy to live under. Life is something fought for.. and His life is something He wants to give us if we only choose Him and follow after Him and His commandments. This is life and because of it, our earthly body…

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Cure for the Crushed

How many of us have been crushed – in a sense of a bruising of spirit? People are crushed by other people, whether through their death, relationships or the weight of daily life and circumstances, it is the interaction with people — both those we love and those strangers we rely upon to handle our precious business, that impact our…

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The Key is the Heart

This study investigates various issues many believers do not wish to discuss because they are either too shameful to mention or perhaps the issues are completely unknown to them. Some of the questions discussed are: Why do I still struggle with sin? Why do I still feel guilty though I have been forgiven of my sins? Can I lose my salvation?…

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100% Dependency and Fully Committed

I received this during my quiet time with Abba on Shabbat (Saturday), December 13th… As I was praying and singing, all of a sudden, these words started coming into my spirit. I started writing and the next thing I knew, I had about eight pages in my small journal. These words are not from me because nothing in here contains…

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Yom Kippur – Not Just a Fast

Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), the day of finalities, the summation of the 40 days of repentance, the completion of the 10 Days of Awe. What does it all mean? To the Orthodox Jews, it means fasting and repentance, spending the day in prayer and the synagogue, hoping their names are sealed in the Book of Life, and wishing others…

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