Bil’am: The Diviner and Wild Dog of the Nations

Posted by on Jul 17, 2022 in The Exodus

Bil’am the diviner is considered the prophet of the nations and the celebrated soothsayer of Mesopotamia. He had the reputation of being able both to bless and curse with great success for his employers and for his personal gain. Some have regarded Bil’am as a diviner, who was compelled by Elohim against his will to give utterance of blessings upon Israel instead of curses. Others have supposed him to be a true prophet, on account of the blessing he bestowed...

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What Can Anger Elohim Most

Posted by on Apr 13, 2022 in The Exodus

Is there a sin that can anger Elohim most? The Infinite One is infinite in grace and compassion; He is slow to anger and of great mercy, ready to pardon. But what about His patience? Is His patience still infinite as He is? We will explain the reason for this question in due course. A good departing point to explore the matter would be “In the beginning”. Was Elohim angry when the first man and woman broke the commandment not to eat of the tree of the knowledge of good and...

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Unseen Wonders in the Land Yet to be Fulfilled

Posted by on Mar 7, 2022 in The Exodus

Israel saw the mighty hand of Elohim in Egypt, what He did to the Egyptians by the works of the ten plagues, and how the whole Egypt was destroyed economically, demographically, and militarily. Israel saw them, the Egyptians saw them too, and all other nations heard what the Elohim of the Israelites did to the world power of their time, so that when Israel entered the Land forty years later, the fear of these awesome events were still in their memories. Then YHVH declared...

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Tsipporah and Her Bridegroom of Blood

Posted by on Sep 24, 2021 in The Exodus

Tsipporah, Mosheh’s wife, upon having circumcised her son said the words: “You are a bridegroom of blood to me”. From the narrative we learn that she circumcised her son. But to whom did she speak the words “You are a bridegroom of blood”, and which son did she circumcise? A good departure point to describing the term “bridegroom of blood” is to explain it in its proper context. Mosheh was shepherding the flock of Yithro his father-in-law and...

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From the Golden Calf to the Face Masks

Posted by on Aug 15, 2021 in The Exodus

We all know about the face masks in the world of pandemic, but do we know what the golden calf stands for today? And how many of us know that we all have on the golden calf masks? The medical science and statistical data (if such data have ever been collected) do not indicate that wearing face masks alone helps prevent the spread of the coronavirus and its variants. On the contrary, since the outset of the pandemic in 2019, there is some proof that the ordinary face masks...

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Bil’am: Psychological Profile of Anti-Semite

Posted by on Jul 7, 2021 in The Exodus

There are three peculiarities in the story of Bil’am, the prophet for profit and infamous anti-Semite, who had the known reputation in the ancient world of being able both to bless and curse with great success whomever he was paid to bless and curse. These peculiarities in the story we explained previously in the articles The Bil’am story lost in translation and The lesson of the prophet for profit. But here we will summarize them briefly: Bil’am was a...

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Creator’s Wedding Covenant with Israel

Posted by on Feb 15, 2021 in The Exodus

The Creator of the universe made a wedding covenant with the nation of Israel at Mount Sinai. It was renewed at Mount Nebo, because of the disobedience to enter the Promised Land, ratified with blood in the suffering of a righteous man, and ultimately will be renewed again in the latter days, when the Torah of YHVH Elohim will be put in the hearts of people. However, there is a great deal of misunderstanding of a key constituent in the wedding Covenant with Israel, and more...

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Yam Suph — Red Sea or Sea of Reeds

Posted by on Aug 21, 2020 in Hebrew Study, The Exodus

The Hebrew words Yam Suph are always translated either “Red Sea” or “Sea of Reeds” referring to the sea the Elohim of the children of Israel split at the Exodus from Egypt. The meaning of Yam Suph has been lost for us and “Red Sea” and “Sea of Reeds” may not be quite correct, as we will examine this below. But why is it important to find the correct translation of Yam Suph where Elohim performed His last plague on Egypt and...

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Jews who Left Behind the Exodus

Posted by on Jul 11, 2020 in Prophecy Insight, The Exodus

There who were Jews left behind in the Exodus in Egypt and there are Jews who already left behind in the Second Exodus and who do not want to return home despite the new waves of anti-Semitism. But Jews should return home not for fear of anti-Semitism of the gentiles, but for love of YHVH who declares in His Torah that Israel must reside in the Promised Land. In the preceding article The Greater and Second Exodus of Israel, we studied that there will be a second Exodus...

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Why did the sons of Mosheh not merit any leadership?

Posted by on May 25, 2020 in The Exodus

Why did the sons of Mosheh, Gereshom and Eli’ezer, not merit to be in the leadership of Israel? Should they not have been worthy of high positions in the clergy, or entitled to a high rank in the leadership in Israel? And why did Mosheh not say a word in their behalf at the end of his life, because he chose none of them to be his successor, but YHVH chose Mosheh’s right hand: Yehoshua. But why? After all, were Gereshom and Eli’ezer not the sons of none...

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The Second and Greater Exodus of Israel

Posted by on Apr 13, 2020 in Prophecy Insight, The Exodus

There will be a second and greater Exodus of Israel unseen and unheard before! Moreover, the second Exodus will be so great that the first one from Egypt will not be remembered any longer. In fact, the stage for it is being set before our eyes for those who can see it. The first month of Creator’s calendar is known as the month of our Redemption. In the first month of the year we were redeemed from Egypt and it will be in the first month in which we will be redeemed...

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Interpretations of How Israel Left Egypt

Posted by on Feb 9, 2020 in Hebrew Study, The Exodus

There is a peculiar passage in the Exodus story regarding how Israel left Egypt. The Sages of old sought to find a meaningful interpretation of an obscured Hebrew word in the Book of Exodus in order to explain this passage. It is in Exo 13:18 that reads thus, But God led the people about, by the way of the wilderness by the Red Sea; and the children of Israel went up armed out of the land of Egypt. (Exo 13:18 JPS) King James’ version of the Bible also renders the...

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