2011 - Gateway to Freedom

I'm beginning to stir up that desire, that aching, that cry, that full flooding of your being - in desire for me.


The Day of Atonement is considered the holiest and most awesome day of both the Messianic Hebraic faith and traditional Judaism. It is preceded by Trumpets and the ten days of awe - a time of serious introspection and prayers of repentance. It is always celebrated on the 10th day of Tishrei, the seventh month. On this day, Jews of all backgrounds and beliefs attend the local synagogue, to ask Yahweh for forgiveness for sins committed during the past calendar year. Traditional Jews believe that this is the day when Yahweh determines once and for all who will live and who will die in the upcoming year. Traditional Jews remain in the synagogue most if not all of the day.

The Word is being attacked both outside and inside the body of Messiah. This was the Spirit's warning and proofs that this trend will become greater and greater as apostasy increases.

Within a month of receiving the prophecy "Diminshment of The Word," Egyptian officials released "evidence" that the Isralite slaves did not build the pyramids as is commonly thought.

Another example of the attack on the Word is a Paleo Hebraic text found on a pottery shard places biblical time line (and thus YHVH's prophecies) in question.

When I was asked to visit with you today, I initially wanted to bring you a teaching on the four levels of Hebraic study and understanding out of the first chapter of a new booklet I'm writing. It has a working title of "The Gospel in God's Festivals" and wonderfully demonstrates God's salvation plan in multiple dimensions of understanding through God's appointed "feasts" or festivals.