A couple of weeks ago my daughter and I were shopping and I wanted to take a look at the scarves. As I was walking up I saw this really pretty scarf. But I got sidetracked by my daughter and we got to looking at other things and when I came back to the scarves I got to looking at the one I first saw and when I looked at it up close it had skulls on it. Ewwww! Why would someone want to wear that? And this dress? Why? I know skulls and bones have been around forever. But they were worn by the rough crowd and tatooed on arms. But now you cna see them in jewelry and clothing for everyone. It just baffles me. Skulls and bones mean death. When you study Torah the Israelites were put out of the camp because of sickness that was connected to death. Women were to be separated during their time of the month. Loss of blood is loss of life. And now people are wearing more and more these symbols of death. I will never forget the day I went to visit a friend of mine. It was around halloween and my friend had a skeleton hanging up in her dining room. When you finally see these things with open eyes. I just hung my head and told Him I was sorry for ever taking part in this horrible holiday. As always I pray more and more people will have their eyes opened to His wonderful truth.
I remember as a kid growing up in christianity that the church had nothing to do with Halloween and it was frowned upon but everyone still did it. Now churches are taking part. Before we left the church we had also taken part of the Hallelujah celebration. But it always bothered me but was pushed by our pastor that we must be involved. But Chip and I finally just stop helping and then we left the church all together. Now when I look at this video it is just so eye opening.
Be Blessed and pray so that many eyes will be opened and they too can come out!
Have you seen the new Walgreens commercial? A lady in a robe is in her kitchen and you can tell she is not feeling well. So, she is putting all kind of healthy foods into a blender to drink it. Stuff like orange juice, ginger, green veggies, chicken noodle soup, etc. You get the idea. She blends it and of course turns out to be green and she never drinks it. While she is turning her nose up at it the narrator is talking bad about health foods she is using or her friends might have suggested. Like we shouldn't use healthy foods to get better but tells us that we need to go into Walgreens because they know what you need. And next thing you know they are showing two people talking about over the counter medicines down the medicine aisle in Walgreens. Like some cough medicine or pain killer will do the job. UGH!!! Really?!?
All my years going to church and reading/studying my bible my question was how do we overcome? I would read over and over again how we are overcomers through Christ. Because He overcame we are now overcomers through Him. Huh? What does all that mean? How do we overcome? I would like to share something with you all that I just come into understanding*. We all know we sinned by turning away from our Creator and His Torah. We just seem to have this draw to the world and its worldly ways. And we have to learn to say "no". But how? We now know that Yeshua died so we could be forgiven and be brought back in the fold and we now walk in Torah because that is what He expects of His bride/children. But here is just a little more understanding on this. In Genesis 6:5 before the flood and in 8:21 after the flood the word says
6:5 "And Elohim saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually."
8:21"And the LORD smelled a sweet savour; and the LORD said in his heart, I will not again curse the ground any more for man's sake; for the imagination of man's heart is evil from his youth; neither will I again smite any more every thing living, as I have done."
The word imagination in Hebrew is yetser as in inclination which is from the word yatsar to create and is the biblical way to say nature. As in it is "his nature to do wrong" or "the nature of man's heart is evil from his youth" A natural tendency to want to do evil. But YHVH has given us Torah and we are to walk with our Elohim. Torah is the Instruction on how to overcome that evil nature that we have. Our nature is to steal, covet, lie, cheat, etc., just to do something bad. The Instructions that He gave us is the guidelines so we can walk with Him. It is how we overcome. The Do's and the don'ts. Our guidelines, our Instructions, Torah. Amein!
In The Last Days TV Programme 24 - Nathalie Blackham interviews Nehemia Gordon about his book 'Shattering The Conspiracy of Silence - The Hebrew Power of The Priestly Blessing Unleashed'. Nehemia talks about his experience on Mount Sinai, his discovery of the name of G-d, his experience of 911, visiting the 911 Chapel in New York and the priestly blessing. For more information about Nehemiah Gordon and the book visit: http://www.nehemiaswall.com/
Still like Oprah Winfrey now? I know people who just love her. Really??? They follow her like she is some god or idol. Scary. She has a life coaching class that people can take. How about put that out of your life and just read Torah and let that be your Instructions for Life? How about come to YHVH and let Him be King, and Saviour? There is only one Way to our Father and that is Yeshua and what He did on the Cross. He saved us from our Apostacy from YHVH, from Torah. So, now we can be His Bride. So after learning the truth about what she believes can you honestly continue to support/follow her?
"I was reading a book about the book of Leviticus and read an interesting idea. The writer was going over the different messages of the book and pointed out the verse “You will be to me a kingdom of priests and a holy nation” (Exodus 19:6) and went on comparing Israel to the priests. One of the ideas he mentioned is the parallel between the gold plate on the forehead of the high priest called in Hebrew Tsits, and the Tsitsit. Notice how the words sound the same? Any how he drew a parallel that both items have a blue thread in them!!! Isn’t that interesting?!"
Comment from a Karen Polcsik
"According to the Artscroll "The Mishkan" book, "Wide turquoise ribbons were looped through the slots of the headpiece (Tzitz). The ribbons along each side went around to the back of the Kohen Gadol's head. The ends of the ribbons would be tied at the base of the Kohen Gadol's head."