How Leah destined the priesthood of Levi

Posted by on Nov 26, 2020 in Hebrew Study

How many people know that the unloved wife of Ya’akov Leah spoke prophetically and thus destined the priesthood of her third son Levi? All the other eleven children of Ya’akov were named by their mothers, as it is written “And she called his name”. The exception is with the youngest of Ya’akov’s sons whom Rachel called Ben-Oni “son of my sorrow”, but Ya’akov called him by the name Binyamin “son of the right hand”. But in Gen 29:34,...

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The Mistakes Avraham Made

Posted by on Nov 25, 2020 in Bible Study, Hebrew Study

The patriarch Avraham made two mistakes in his life, even three. Two of these mistakes cost his descendants a great deal of trouble. Had Avraham listened carefully to words of the Creator the history of the world would have been quite different. And I shall make you a great nation, and bless you and make your name great, and you shall be a blessing! And I shall bless those who bless you, and curse him who curses you. And in you all the families of the earth shall be grafted...

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Trump vs the Deep State War

Posted by on Nov 15, 2020 in Bible Study, Prophecy Insight

The war of President Trump against the Deep State aka the Swamp, and the globalism as a whole, became a war for giving back America to the people from the clutches of the chosen elite. Ultimately, this war also became a war for the minds and souls of the people. The Deep State fought back with an unprecedented campaign through all possible channels of power and propaganda of the news and social media to smear the president with mud of lies and slanders. But “fake...

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From the First Trump to the Last Trumpet

Posted by on Nov 13, 2020 in Prophecy Insight

President Donald Trump in an upsetting presidential election in 2016, and the domestic and international policy he conducted, turned not only America but the whole world in any aspect upside down. In just four years, America is not the same and the world is not the same. When President Trump made it clear by his words and deeds that he was going to defend America’s interests first, that caused a huge turmoil in the world and at home specifically among his former...

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Partial Birth Abortion Then and Now

Posted by on Oct 22, 2020 in Bible Study

The term “abortion” is not an invention in the 20th century by pro-choice activists. But the first recorded partial birth abortion in history is found in the Scripture. The Midrash says, “If you destroy one life, you have destroyed the whole universe”. Life is a gift from the Creator, which we did not deserve to receive, and like a whisper in the wind, life means nothing without Him. Life is a Creator-given privilege man cannot expect, demand, or claim. None of...

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The Second Day of Creation

Posted by on Oct 13, 2020 in Bible Study

There is a peculiarity in the Creation story. All days of creation are declared good with the concluding formula “it was good”, but it seems that the second day, when the waters were separated above and below the expanse, was not declared good. Why the narrator of the Creation story has omitted it, or has he omitted it all? And who was the narrator of the Creation, in the first place, because it was impossible for Mosheh to know the epic work of the Creator...

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Some misconceptions on the Infallible Name

Posted by on Oct 9, 2020 in Hebrew Study, The Name of YHVH

There are people who claim that the infallible Name of the Creator derives from the verbs הַיָּה hayyah or הַוָּה havvah. According to the partial knowledge they have of the Hebrew grammar, they have come up with “names” with distorted meanings that have nothing common with the infallible Name. And there are a lot of people who study the beautiful Hebrew language in order to know more about the Creator YHVH Elohim, His infallible Name, and ultimately to learn...

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How Old Was David When He Killed Goliath?-2

Posted by on Oct 7, 2020 in Bible Study

Indeed, how old was David when he killed Goliath? Was he a young boy as pictured on popular movies and “Bible studies”, or a young strong man who decided the outcome of the war against in the war against the Philistines? This is a continuation of article “How Old Was David When He Killed Goliath?” Part 1, wherein we explained that David must have been older than 20 when he killed Goliath, and more particularly 22 years old. We also learned in Part 1...

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The Prophecy of the 153 Fishes

Posted by on Oct 5, 2020 in Prophecy Insight

There is a peculiar moment in Yeshua’s ministry that can puzzle anyone who seeks a deeper meaning of the words of the Son of Elohim. This peculiar moment is the catch of 153 fishes in the fishing net of His disciple. Shimon Kepha and the other disciples went out fishing and that night they caught no fish. But early morning, they saw Yeshua standing on the beach who told them to throw the net on the right side of the boat that they should find fish. So they threw and...

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Is Yom Kippur called ‘Sabbath’?

Posted by on Sep 30, 2020 in Hebrew Study, Q&A

Question: Is Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement) called ‘Sabbath’ as the weekly Sabbath? Answer: The Seventh Day of the week and Yom Kippur are indeed called ‘Sabbath’. The Hebrew word Shabbat is not a name of a day, as the Biblical days of the week do not have names, nor do the months have names. Unlike the non-Biblical calendars, such as the Rabbinical and Christian calendars, which have pagan names for days and months, the calendar of the Creator...

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The Two Personal Names of the Creator

Posted by on Sep 27, 2020 in The Name of YHVH

How many of us know that the Creator of the universe has two personal names? He is much known to those who seek His true Name by the Name YHVH, aka the Tetragrammaton. He is also known with His titles or attributes by which He manifests Himself in the finite world. The Creator identifies Himself sometimes as El Shaddai “The Absolute Might” to indicate that it is He who has the might to create and sustain the universe. Or, He employs the attribute Elohim Tsevaot...

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Chesed: Mercy and lovingkindness vs shame

Posted by on Sep 23, 2020 in Hebrew Study

Chesed is a Hebrew word that has two contradictory and seemingly opposing meanings such as mercy and lovingkindness, and on the other hand shame and disgrace. So, how can these two conflicting meanings be reconciled? This will be the subject of our study in this article. The moral laws in the Torah against the sexual immorality in Lev 18 outline the prohibition of sexual abominations and go with a straightforward warning to the children of Israel not to walk in the laws of...

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