Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.
Psalm 119:105 King James Version
Psalm 119:105 King James Version
There were two disciples with John the baptizer on the day that Jesus was baptized. They heard John say, “behold the lamb of God,” so they began to follow Jesus. As they were following Him, Jesus turned and seeing them following, said to them, "What do you seek?" (John 1:38). They answered Him by saying, 'Where do you live (abide)? This verse means much more than the simple picture described by the words. God used these verses to make me consider my own walk with him; not in a judgmental way, but simply for the purpose of self-examination. Notice first that the disciples following Jesus are not calling out to him, they are simply walking behind Jesus close enough for Him to hear their footsteps, and for Jesus to realize they are following him. It struck me when considering this verse, am I following Jesus close enough for Him to hear my footsteps? And then Jesus spoke the words meant to pierce the heart in self examination, "What do you seek (or desire)?" This is the same question Jesus is asking us, the last generation of the last days, 'What do we seek?' Do we want to be with Him where he lives? Notice in the historical narrative of John 1:39, when the disciples ask Jesus, "Where do you live," Jesus answers them by saying , "Come and See;" and the disciples, "...came and saw where he dwelt, and abode with him that day:" In Revelation 4:1, the apostle John sees a door opened in heaven, and a voice saying, "Come up here," and John is taken to the throne room of God. For those who are looking forward to His coming, this is what we seek.
Available below is a series of three books that seek to explain the Great Delusion of 2 Thessalonians Chapter 2. Jesus himself said that this delusion is so powerful in its purpose to deceive humanity, that it could even deceive the elect, if it were not for the Holy Spirit who reveals the deceit.
...this same Jesus, which is taken up from you into heaven, shall so come in like manner, Acts 1:11
Hidden in the Hebrew scriptures is evidence that Adam and Eve were immortal and covered in light, just as God uses light as a covering for himself (Psalm 104:2). They were more than two unique individuals, their bodies represented a plane of existence that was an integral part of the fabric of Creation.
How did Adam & Eve fall in the Garden of Eden? Who is the anti-Christ? Who are the 144,000? When is the rapture of the Saints? These are some of the questions I hope to shed some light on by use of the scriptures. Jesus has made a way to escape the experience of evil soon to come upon everyone who dwells the earth.
Let that Title sink in for a minute. It rightfully belongs to Jesus, the Messiah of God. Most Christians believe that by the close of his earthly ministry Jesus was a King; not of an earthly kingdom, but a heavenly kingdom that would one day manifest itself on earth. There is much more to this story.
Listed below are booklets that cover various topics. The booklet "You Have Not Denied My Name" is meant to supplement the book "The Second Exodus," so is "2028, The Year of His Return?" The booklet "Torah or The Law" explores the true nature of the Torah of YHWH. I will be adding a commentary page shortly.
God told Moses; This is My name forever (YHWH), and this is My memorial to all generations.' (Ex 3:15) By calling his name a "Memorial," God was telling Moses that He wanted his name to be spoken and written; and not to fall into disuse.
Why do so many people think that no one can know the exact time of Christ's second coming? In Matthew 16:3, Jesus rebuked the Pharisees and the Sadducees because they could not discern the signs of the times. Jesus then tells them the only sign they will receive is the sign of the prophet Jonah.
According to the scriptures, the original Torah is comprised of 10 words (in Hebrew). They are, LOVE GOD WITH ALL YOUR HEART, AND YOUR NEIGHBOR AS YOURSELF.," God declared his covenant, which he commanded you to perform, "even ten words; and he wrote them upon two tables of stone." Deut 4:13 KJV