Time of Reckoning Has Come
This is year 5988 since the creation, according to the reckoning of time of this ministry. The days of this wicked world are numbered and the writing on the wall concerning The War of Gog of Magog is for everyone to see.
Come now and let us reason together, says YEHOVAH. Isaiah 1:18
TORM featured articles:
The Bitter Water in Law of Jealousy
Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 8 June 2023: In the law of jealousy, a wife who allegedly has been disloyal to her husband and defiles herself with another man, and jealousy comes upon the husband, because he has suspected her fidelity, is required to drink bitter water. When the law is read at first glance, it appears that the wife has no say in her defense. It also appears that the law applies only to the suspected woman who has been accused by her husband of infidelity. But is the opposite also in force when a jealous wife makes charges against her husband? What does the Torah say about a husband accused of infidelity against his wife? Read more.
Bible Codes: Yeshua the Free-will Offering
Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 31 May 2023: In this introduction to our survey of the Bible code, we would like to share our knowledge and expose the reader to the phenomenon of the Bible codes and Yeshua Mashiach in the Hebrew Scripture. It is thus the object of this work to uncover these Bible codes, investigate them in the immediate context of the Hebrew text, and in due course offer the conclusion for the reader’s consideration of what we intend to say in the following new series of the Time of Reckoning Ministry: The Bible codes and the Messiah. Read more.
Being Born Again and From Above
Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 21 May 2023: In the preceding article, we were faced with the dilemma of equal options, namely, as to what Yeshua must have said to Nicodemus. In it we explained that the phrase “I say to you, unless one is born again” is not the only way to translate and interpret the verse. In this continuation to the subject of “Born again or born from above”, we would like to clarify certain misconceptions that have not been touched upon or perceived previously. Therefore, in order to clarify these issues in their entirety, we must initially make some inquiries about the matter of being born anew in the Hebrew Scripture. With that being said, we begin again our study, as this time we shall have more to say upon this point presently. Read more.
Born Again or Born from Above?
Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 14 May 2023: There was a pharisee who was the reason to have today the phrase “born again”. This pharisee named Nicodemus was one of the rulers of the Jews in the first century Judea. He came to Yeshua by night, for he was his secret follower, and said to him, “Rabbi, we know that you are a teacher who has come from Elohim, for no man is able to do these signs you do, if Elohim is not with him”. But Yeshua answered Nicodemus, saying, “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born again, he is unable to see the kingdom of Elohim” (John 3:3). This answer views this verse as telling us that if one is not born again, he or she will not see the heavenly kingdom, and therefore, will not go to heaven but to hell. Is this what Nicodemus asked Yeshua? Read more.
Global Warming or Global Warning?
Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 4 May 2023: There is a day called “The Earth Day” on which the world celebrates the goddess “mother nature” and her religion “evolution”, her “prophet” Charles Darwin and his bible “Evolution of the Species”, and her “gospel”— “global warming”. For years, the term “global warming” has been in use to describe what has been believed to be a global rise of the temperatures. According to this hypothesis, global temperatures rise is due to human activities such as air and water pollution, industrialization, urbanization, etc. In short, according to “the global warming” theory, humans are the major cause of the problem. Read more.
A Child was Born to Us Whose Name was “Sar Shalom”
Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 30 April 2023: It is unthinkable that because the Lord so much loves His people Israel that He should not give them a righteous king from the Davidic dynasty and deliver them from the cruel hands of their oppressors. Such a righteous king in the history of Israel was Chizkiyahu, the anointed one of YHVH, whom He called Sar Shalom, “Prince of Peace”. We will explore this controversial for some prophecy in the context of the story of the besiege of Jerusalem in the reign of King Chizkiyahu, a story that poses a challenge for the careful reader. Read more.
A Child is Born to Us Whose Name is “Mighty God”
Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 23 April 2023: Who was the child about whom it is said in Isaiah 9, “a child is born to us … and his name is the mighty God, the everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace”? Thus read, it will be clear to the reader that the perception of a deity born as a child is explicitly expressed by the phrase, “the mighty God, the everlasting Father” referring to the child. Below is the digital copy of the Great Isaiah Scroll with the traditional translation. Although most commentators have already treated this verse exhaustively, there is some room left for our comments. It is the object of this work to seek the answers to this question, as we will address it in due course and offer the conclusion for the reader’s consideration. We will try to show that the theological question of a child born as “mighty God” is far from being exhausted and hope to provide a more complex answer in this and a future study. We also ask the reader not to substitute his/her own judgment for ours but to consider what we intend to say in the following. Read more.
Nadav and Avihu: The Unlamented Sons
Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 16 April 2023: The story of Nadav, Avihu, and their father who lost his two sons in a “strange fire” and could not even mourn properly after their death. He did not raise his voice in crying, as a father would do for his dead children. He did not even say a word, for he had no breath left in him, only grief and deep sadness in his broken heart. He was devastated by his grief when his sons died, but he did not cry in the instant as he should have; he mourned them in his heart. He lost his right forever to bury his dead, for he became the Priest of YHVH. This father was Aharon. Read more.
From Monotheism and Dualism to Trinity
Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 9 April 2023: The concept of “trinity” is very problematic or at least polemic from Hebraic perspectives. It is true that Scripture refers to YHVH as Israel’s Father, Husband, or Lover. It is true that the “son of God” is an analogy for the people of Israel (“my son Israel”) and the messengers (“sons of God”). And it is true that the rabbis identified Ruach HaKodesh, as the Shechinah, which is the presence of the Eternal among His people. Yet there is no Hebrew word for “trinity” aside of the modern Hebrew where such a word was created to denote the Christian theology on the godhead. The invented interpretation of trinity as “three persons” in one is also problematic, unless someone is able to define the term “person” in reference to the Creator of the universe. Read more.
Trinity or Three Angels Appeared to Avraham
Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 2 April 2023: The word “trinity” cannot be found anywhere in the Hebrew Scripture, yet the very first book in the Torah seems to suggest that YHVH appeared to Avraham in the form of three angels. Nevertheless, this apparent suggestion falls short on why there is no mention of the trinity in the Scripture. But it was not until the beginning of the third century that a Greek thinker named Tertullian (Carthaginian theologian (160-230) whose writing influenced early Christian theology) coined the word “trinity”, which later was adopted by the Church. This should not come as a surprise to anyone, since the Greek mind was very centered on polytheism. Read more.
Hebrew Word: Goy (Nation, Gentile)
Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 26 March 2023: The Hebrew word גּוֹי goy is often translated as “nation” or “gentile”. By extension goy means also a heathen, a pagan. The first time the word goy appears in the Hebrew Scripture, is in Genesis 10:5 to refer to the peoples who were separated into their lands, according to their languages and clans. Thus, Genesis 10 has become the cornerstone moment in the human history when the people were divided into nations, and every tribe is called a nation by itself. Hence, the Hebrew Scripture calls the nations of the world goyim (plural of goy), but the translations often render this word “gentile”, as well, like in the King James’ version in which the same word goy is rendered once as “gentiles” and in the same breath as “nations”. Read more.
Why Torah Allowed Polygamy
Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 19 March 2023: Common sense does not allow us to say that the Torah allows polygamy. And a careful Torah scholar should note that the Torah does not allow a husband to have wives and concubines at his will—that would be polygamy foreign and contrary to the Torah. Much less the Torah commands a man to have two or more wives. Yet, there are many examples in the Hebrew Scripture of a man having more than one wife. This raises the inevitable question: How can that be? Still on the same line of thought, how are we to understand the statement that the Creator made a man and a woman and blessed their union in a sacred matrimony? In the following, we will explain. Read more.
Do Not Swear Falsely at All in the Name
Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 12 March 2023: The Pharisees in their tradition of their enactments, according to the Oral Law, interpreted the laws in the Torah as a permission to swear (even) falsely as long as the explicit Name, the Tetragrammaton, is not used in the vow. One can swear, therefore, falsely by heaven, by earth, even by Yerushalayim but not by the Name Yehovah. Hence, the rabbis banned the uttering of the Tetragrammaton as a fence around the Name against profaning it. Yeshua, however, warns that it is forbidden to “swear in any matter falsely”. Read more.
How the Khazars Understood Purim
Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 5 March 2023: It should not come to our readers as a surprise that the ancient Khazars had understood the lesson of the true Purim better than we have once this article is read. But who were the Khazars and what did they know about the story of Purim before they converted to Judaism? The just YHVH Elohim provides a reason as to why an individual, or a nation, deserve punishment. The Book of Esther, however, does not explicitly state what the people did to deserve the threat of annihilation. It has not stated it explicitly, indeed, but implicitly. And this is the subject of our study, which we will develop in the following. Read more.
Hebrew Word: Aphar (Dust from the earth)
Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 25 February 2023: The scientists said to God, “We can create man, as you did”. God said, “Really? Can you create a man from the dust of the earth?” They said, “Yes, we can. We have genetic engineering, cloning, artificial intelligence to imitate and duplicate life”. “Let Me see it!”, said God. They took dust from the earth and … “No, no. Not from My dust”, said God. While we are waiting for the scientists to create their own dust, in the following short Hebrew study we will explore the Hebraic meaning of the word for “dust” from the earth. Read more.
Hebrew Word: Olam (Universe, Eternity)
Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 19 February 2023: The Hebrew word עוֹלָם olam is often translated as eternal, everlasting, or forever, all of which have a meaning of a “continual existence”. By extension olam means “universe” or “world”, i.e., the whole creation of YHVH, known today better by the Greek word kosmos, rather than by the Hebrew olam. Read more.
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Watchmen on the walls of Jerusalem:
The voice of your watchmen! They shall lift up their voices, together they shout for joy, because eye to eye they see the return of Yehovah to Tsiyon. (Isa 52:8)