Time of Reckoning Has Come

His Reckoning of Time is coming to its end! 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:

Yehovah Elohim — the Creator’s Majestic Name

Yehovah Elohim, the Eternal and the Absolute

Yehovah Elohim, the Eternal and the Absolute

Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 6 January 2022: Now that the heaven and the earth had been made after six days of creation, the narrator of the creation story for the first time reveals the Creator’s full Name to Mosheh — Yehovah Elohim. But this would not occur until the seventh day of the creation: the first Sabbath, when the phenomena of creation had been completely reached. Only then was Elohim referred to by His full Name: Yehovah ElohimThe Name Elohim, which alone appears in Chapter 1, is associated with the creation of the universe and is thus proper for matters concerning power, authority, and laws of nature. But what was the Creator’s name before Gen 1:1 had even begun? Read more


How Hebrew Language Addresses Delicate Matters – 2

Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 6 January 2022: Deu 23:1-2 states that if man is injured in his private parts, “he does not enter into the assembly of the LORD” (JPS). But why and how his injury disqualifies him we are not told. The other prohibition is similar: a bastard is also excluded from the assembly. But what would be his sin of having been born in adultery? Thus, it is clear to the reader that the perception of delicate issue is expressed by the words “his privy parts” and “bastard”. What should give us pause, however, is that any person in this category is excluded from entering the assembly of YHVH. Can we rethink this? Read more


How Hebrew Language Addresses Delicate Matters

Relief of Egyptian birthstool

Relief of Egyptian birthstool

Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 30 December 2021: We have a reason and cause for calling Hebrew language set-apart without any exaggeration, and this will not be an overstatement but a fact, as we will show it in the following. A careful reading of the Hebrew Scripture will show that the Hebrew language has no particular names for the private organ in males or in females, nor for the act of reproduction itself, nor for other things in that matter. Hebrew has no original words or expressions for these things, and only describes them in a figurative language, or in hint, but never explicitly stated, as if to say that the mentioning of these things should be avoided. Read more


When a King Can Be Disobeyed

Egyptian midwives

Egyptian midwives

Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 26 December 2021: Exodus begins with the righteous act of two midwives, who disobeyed the orders of their king to kill newborn Hebrew boys. We are in the first chapter of Exodus and already have the first recorded act of genocide and the first recorded partial-birth abortion in history. But also, the first recorded act of righteous women who feared Elohim and disobeyed their king. Read more


Marriage After the Resurrection and Beyond

Will there be marriage under the chuppah after the resurrection?

Will there be marriage under the chuppah after the resurrection?

Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 19 December 2021: It is understood that Yeshua had stated that after the resurrection from the dead, men are not given in marriage any longer, because they are like angels who do not marry either. It is easy thus to assume that since the angels do not marry, nor will men. Can we rethink this? Read more


Nephilim Before and After the Flood

Innichen (South Tyrol), Saint Michael Parish Church: Frescos depicting the fall of the rebelling angels by Christoph Anton Mayr (1760)

Innichen (South Tyrol), Saint Michael Parish Church: Frescos depicting the fall of the rebelling angels by Christoph Anton Mayr (1760)

Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 15 December 2021: The Book of Genesis tells us that there were creatures, nephilim, who were on the face of the earth before the Flood. Those creatures concerning whom the narrator of Genesis was very careful not to call them “humans” or “living beings”, nor did he even say they lived on the earth but “were on the earth”, were the offspring of the sons of Elohim, who cohabited with the daughters of men. Who or more properly what were those creatures whom the women bore to the sons of Elohim? And who were the sons of Elohim? It is the object of this work to point out certain obscure passages which occur in Genesis and are not distinctly explained but hinted in the text. Read more


Mevushal Wine: The Boiling Controversy

Mevushal Kosher wine back label

Mevushal Kosher wine back label

Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 5 December 2021: There are two types of Kosher wine: non-mevushal and mevushal. While most of the Torah-observant non-Jews are unaware of such a classification, there is a difference between them. But as we will explain in the following, this difference is boiled down to the principal question whether the mevushal wine can be found in the Scripture. And if mevushal wine cannot be found in the Scripture, then it must be Rabbinical. So, is the term “mevushal wine” Scriptural or Rabbinical? A good departure point to describing the issue of “mevushal wine” is to explain what Torah says about wine. Read more


A Stranger on the Way to Egypt

A stranger in the wilderness

A stranger in the wilderness

Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 28 November 2021: The patriarch Ya’akov had now entered upon his father’s inheritance after his return from Mesopotamia, and the narrator of our story felt the necessity to begin with the genealogy of Ya’akov telling us know that his son Yoseph was seventeen years old. This strange beginning of the narrative with Ya’akov’s favorite son and especially with the notice of his age is introduced here with reference to the principal topic in the story: the sale of Yoseph and his descent to Egypt. As we will see in what is to follow, this was meant to prepare the way of the whole family to go down to Egypt, according to the revelation to Avraham that his seed would sojourn in a land that was not theirs. Read more


The Most Contested Piece of Land

Yoseph's tomb; photo early 1900'.

Yoseph’s tomb; photo early 1900′.

Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 22 November 2021: Great Britain governed Palestine from 1922 until 1947. Since 1922, Jewish immigration to Palestine had increased, and therefore the tensions between Arabs and Jews to become the most contested piece of land. While the European Jewry and the Jews in Palestine supported the war against the Nazi Germany and even participated in it, the Arabs openly lined up with Hitler and more particularly for the extermination of all Jews in Palestine. At that time, the term “Palestinians” did not even exist, and “Palestine” was an archaic word for the former Roman province Palestina. There would be three more decades until the “Palestinians” will be invented. Read more


When Heaven Intervened Once More

Rebekah and Jacob; illustration from a Bible card published 1906 by the Providence Lithograph Company

Rebekah and Jacob; illustration from a Bible card published 1906 by the Providence Lithograph Company

Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 14 November 2021: The inheritance tensions were central to the development of Israel as a nation. First, we witnessed Avraham’s concerns that he would remain childless and his trusted servant Eliezer would inherit him, despite the Covenant YHVH made with Avraham. Then, the strife between Avraham’s wife Sarah and her maidservant: Who would be the matriarch of the family, and who would inherit Avraham: Ishmael or Yitschak. By sending away Ishmael, Sarah secured the line of inheritance for her son Yitschak. But what we are witnessing now is another strife this time in the family: between two brothers from the same father and mother. Read more


Did Yitschak Allow to Be Deceived in His Blessing? 

Isaac blesses Jacob by Govert Flinck, 1638.

Isaac blesses Jacob by Govert Flinck, 1638.

Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 8 November 2021: The motive of a mother advocating on behalf of her son is found in two biblical stories of the matriarchs of the nation of Israel. After Yitschak was molested by Ishmael, Sarah urged Avraham to send Hagar away along with her son, so only her son Yitschak would inherit, according to the promise. After Sarah’s ultimatum that Hagar and her son be expelled, Avraham became grieved, but YHVH advised him to listen to his wife. Rivkah, the new matriarch of the family, too acted according to the will of YHVH. While Rivkah was still pregnant, YHVH foretold the destiny of the children, who were already fighting in her womb. She kept this in her mind. Read more


Avraham Gained Righteousness but Lost a Son

Rembrandt: Avraham sacrifices Yitschak

Rembrandt: Avraham sacrifices Yitschak (Hermitage).

Time of Reckoning Ministry (TORM) 31 October 2021: The story of offering Yitschak as a human sacrifice is perhaps the most discussed part of the entire Scripture. Avraham had longed to have a son such as Yitzchak for twenty-five years. When he was finally born, his love for him must have grown from year to year. But when he was suddenly commanded to sacrifice his son with his own hands, he must have felt in a state of uncertainty. And who would not have? But Avraham did not hesitate or challenge the command or even ask for an explanation. Read more


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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)

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