Genesis as a Narrative Related by the Angel of the Presence

Posted by on Dec 5, 2023 in The Messiah

How could Mosheh have known what had taken place from the Creation of the world to the end of the Book Genesis?” The creation of the heavens and the earth, the stars and everything visible and invisible in the universe, was a colossal event no man has ever witnessed. The story of Adam and Chavah who sinned by accessing the knowledge of good and evil, the Flood and all detailed description of the ark, the Tower of Bavel: all of this would have been unknown to Mosheh without...

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Rachel—The Protective Mother of the Covenant Nation

Posted by on Nov 27, 2023 in The Patriarchs' Saga

Rachel and Leah engaged in a difficult contest for the heart of their husband Ya’akov and for the position of first wife in the family. In the article Leah—The Mother of the Covenant Nation, we present to the reader the story of rivalry between the sisters from Leah’s point of view. The story of wife who felt unloved and unwanted. It would be therefore advantageous for the reader to study what we have said in that article. In the following continuation of the...

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The Solar and Lunar Eclipses as Forerunners of Judgement

Posted by on Nov 22, 2023 in The Origin

The ancient sages of Israel are all in agreement that the gloom of the heavenly luminaries (today known as solar and lunar eclipses) is a depiction of great wars and plagues with which Gog and his land Magog will be judged at the time of the coming of the day of the Lord. What is to come, the wonders in heaven and blood on earth, fire and smoke in the sky, these all will be an example of the plague that will fall upon Gog for he and his cohorts of nations has dared to come...

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Babylon and Edom We Fight Then and Now

Posted by on Nov 13, 2023 in The Exiles

The Hamas terrorists invaded Southern Israel on the Jewish holiday Simchat Torah, Shabbat, 7 October 2013. In a surprising attack, the terrorists crossed the security wall and in a brutal ISIS-style manner, they started murdering unarmed civilians in the neighboring to the border communities. As of the time of this writing, the death toll of this act of genocide reached more than 1,400 Israelis mercilessly murdered; hundreds of Israelis were taken hostages in Gaza including...

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Malki-tsedek Who Forfeited the Priesthood

Posted by on Nov 7, 2023 in The Patriarchs' Saga

After the victorious war against the four kings, Avram returned with his men and the booty of war. Malki-tsedek king of Shalem and the priest of the Most High Elohim met Avram with bread and wine and blessed him. Avram’s soldiers took for themselves their portion of the booty, and the rest Avram returned to the king of Sodom except for the captives, whom Avram freed. Traditional Christian commentators offer the interpretation that Avram gave Malki-tsedek, the priest of the...

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It is a Time for War Against the Four Kingdoms

Posted by on Oct 30, 2023 in The Patriarchs' Saga

The reported death toll of the Hamas terrorist invasion is more than 1,400 Israelis. The Americans who died on 11 September 2001, at the World Trade Center were less than 3,000. The death of the Israelis is proportional to about 48,300 Americans. In this war of revenge against the sadistic Hamas (Chamas, Hebrew for “violence”), Israel has the goal of a total annihilation of the terrorism in Gaza and the liberation of the hundreds of hostages held by the...

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A New Hamas that will Bring the End of the Second Humanity

Posted by on Oct 23, 2023 in The Origin

As Adam became the ancestor of all human beings after Creation, so did Noach become the ancestor of mankind after the Flood. But before the world was reset for a new beginning, there was violence (Chamas or Hamas) on the earth. But Noach found grace in YHVH, because he was a righteous man, a man who walked with Elohim. The narrator of Genesis mentions these virtues of Noach in contrast to what it is said concerning Noach’s generation, namely, that all their (of the...

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The Question a Troubled Prophet Asked: Why the Silence?

Posted by on Oct 15, 2023 in Prophecy Insight

The Hamas war began on the Jewish holiday Simchat Torah (Rejoice of Torah) which fell on Shabbat, 7 October 2013, when the Hamas terrorists surprisingly crossed the security wall and invaded the Israeli territory. In ISIS-style, they started murdering unarmed civilians in the kibbutzim (collective farms). As of the time of this writing, the death toll of this act of genocide is more than 1,300 Israelis viciously murdered solely on the basis of being Jewish. More than 100...

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Hell and Purgatory According to Tanach. What is on the Other Side?

Posted by on Oct 8, 2023 in Bible Study

Tanach rarely speaks of “heaven” (only in Gen 1:1) and “hell” (only on a few occasions which we will expound below), and whenever the Hebrew Scripture refers to them, it always mentions them “passing by” and never as a reward or as a threat respectively. Yet, good and evil are laid out for everyone to see. Tanach does not concern itself with the concepts of “heaven” and “hell”, for all the laws given by Mosheh in...

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The secret things belong to the LORD

Posted by on Sep 25, 2023 in The Exiles

“The secret things belong to the LORD” in Deuteronomy has been interpreted to mean that whatever secrets Elohim has, they are not given to us to know; and whatever we know and see is what has been revealed to us. However, a question presents itself: Is the Eternal One knowable? We read thus, The secret things belong to Yehovah our Elohim, and those revealed belong to us and to our children forever to do all the words of this Torah. (Deu 29:28) (29:29 in the Christian Bible)...

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How old Earth the James Webb Space Telescope saw

Posted by on Sep 21, 2023 in The Origin

How old is the Earth, and what did the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) see? In the beginning, the Eternal One created the heavens and the earth. Before the beginning, there was nothing but Him. The Torah tells us nothing about the age of the universe, focusing almost entirely on the creation of the Earth and on the way the lives of the people who inhabit to be conducted. The Torah may not say how old the Earth is, but it says instead that the Creator made the universe and...

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Hebrew Words: Hear and Guard

Posted by on Sep 16, 2023 in Hebrew Study

It may come as a big surprise to many but even though the Torah of YHVH is full of laws, there is no Hebrew word that means “obey”. Instead, the Torah uses the word Hebrew shema. Another surprise is that nowhere in the Torah we are told to keep all laws. What do we mean by that? It is the object of this work of Hebrew study to explain the Hebrew words for “hear” and “guard”, as we will interpret their literal translations and meanings not distinctly explained by...

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