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The Stone Altar

Isaiah 9:1 – “The people that walked in darkness have seen a brilliant light; On those who dwelt in a land of gloom Light has dawned.”
The Sanhedrin produced a declaration to the 70 nations that was read in Jerusalem on the last day of the Chanukah holiday in December. The Chanukah ceremony included the consecration of a stone altar formed of easily transported loose stone blocks that has been prepared for use in the Third Temple. Kohenim (Priests) wearing Biblically mandated apparel lead the ceremony and reenacted the Korban Olah Tamid (the daily offering).

The declaration states “We are very close to the time about which the prophets of Israel prophesied that the God of the world who created everything will be called by the world in the name of the God of Israel, for only the people of Israel remained attached to Him.”

The Kohenim
The priests, called Kohenim, are Jewish men who have been declared to be genetic descendants of Aaron. The Kohenim wore clothing as mandated by the Biblical scriptures, identical in fashion to those worn by Aaron and other Older Covenant priests.

The Altar
The stone altar is formed of lightweight manufactured stones of aerated concrete that can be stored, easily transported, and assembled at a moment’s notice. When set up, the altar is nine feet on each side, five feet tall, and includes a ramp on which the priests can go up to the top of the altar to make the sacrifices. The aerated concrete stones are acceptable for use in the Temple, says the Sanhedrin, because they have been formed without the use of metal tools. Eventually, the plan is to replace this altar with one made of actual untouched stones.

The Sacrifice
The sacrifice was not allowed to be sacrificed on the altar, so was done so before the ceremony and carried to the event. The Israeli Government did, however, allow them to roast the lamb on the newly consecrated altar. A grain offering, the Korban Olah Tamid, was also allowed to be made.

The Reaction
Isaiah 49:6 –“Yahweh has said: ‘It is not enough that you are my servant to raise up the tribes of Yaakov and restore the survivors of Yisrael; I will also make you a light of nations, that my salvation may reach the ends of the earth’.”
The ceremony was held on the last day of Chanukah. Rabbi Hillel Weiss explained the significance to Breaking Israel News: “According to Jewish tradition, the tabernacle and Aaron the Priest were consecrated for service on the last day of Hanukkah. It is fitting that we should invite the nations to the ceremony since Hanukkah is about bringing light to the darkness. The Jews were meant to do this for the entire world.”

The Significance
Genesis 11:8 – “From Bavel Yahweh scattered them all over the earth, and they stopped building the city.”
Exodus 24:1 – “Then Yahweh said to Moses, “Come up to me, you and Aaron, Nadab, and Abihu, and seventy of the elders of Israel, and worship from afar.”
Deuteronomy 32:8 – “When Elyon divided mankind, he fixed the borders of the peoples according to the number of the sons of Israel.”
Micah 4:1-4 – “In the acharit-hayamim Zion will be established as the highest mountain and all nations will gather there to worship Yahweh” [synopsis]
The ceremony was stringently called “a dress rehearsal” because the temple is NOT YET established. Only then can the actual ceremony be done. However, the veil is being lifted from the minds of the Jewish people and they are beginning to understand that Prayer and Charity do not atone for sin, it takes a blood sacrifice — i.e. a perfect lamb! This may open the doors to believers to present the Gospel of Yeshua. Pray for Israel, support Israel, encourage them to accept Yeshua as their Mashiach.

Highly significant is the invitation that went out to seventy (70) nations. Yahweh separated the people into seventy (70) nations at Babel (Genesis 11). There were seventy (70) elders who were invited to the meal with Yahweh at Mt. Sinai (Exodus 24). The borders of the nations were fixed at seventy (70) (Deuteronomy 32). Micah 4 tells us that the nations will be gathered in the end times to worship Yahweh at Mt. Zion, at the Temple Mount. The invitation for regathering the seventy (70) nations has been issued. It is just a matter of time before Yahweh regathers the nations to Zion to worship him. Now that is significant. . .

Conclusions
The state of Israel is a fact and Jewish authorities are preparing to rebuild the Temple in Jerusalem. The appearance of the red heifer, the falling stone, the mist, and the slithering snake all are seen as prophetic implications that the time is ripe for the return of Yeshua. All of the gold and silver utensils and the garments needed for Temple worship have either been recovered or remanufactured. The Kohenim have been trained and the Stone Altar has been dedicated. Only the Ark of the Covenant awaits recovery.

Final Thought
Prophecy as foretold by the Hebrew prophets continues to unfold in an escalating pattern. The stage is nearly completely set. The great and terrible Day of Yahweh, Joseph’s Trouble, hastens forth and will not delay. Time is short – Yeshua Ha’Mashiach is coming soon – get busy reaching the lost.

The Temple Mount Snakes

On October 11, 2018 we looked at the Mist that was seen at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem and on December 13, 2018 we looked at the massive stone that fell from the Temple Mount. Today we will look at another prophetic phenomenon – snakes.

The Snake
Micah 7:17 – “They will come trembling out of their hiding places like snakes slithering on the ground. They will tremble in the presence of Yahweh our God; they will stand in awe of You.”
On October 31, 2018 a Coin Snake was witnessed wriggling out from between the stones of the Western Wall, most likely in search of a meal of pigeons or eggs. In a video, Sod1820, a pigeon is seen fleeing the snake as it emerges.

The snake made its appearance at the same time as a hotly contested mayoral election, whose main debate was about which candidate would allow the Third Temple to be built! A blogger quoted by Ynet News mused: “The snake appeared during this time of dispute and divisiveness at the site of the Temple which was destroyed because of widespread hatred and divisiveness.” The snake also appeared around the same time as a head-on automobile accident near the Dead Sea that killed a family of eight and the horrific murder of eleven Jews in a Pittsburgh synagogue.

Reaction
Genesis 3:1 – “The serpent was the most cunning of all the wild animals that Yahweh Elohim had made.”
The commentator who connected the dots of the automobile accident and the synagogue murders stated: “How symbolic that this snake should appear at the place that is the heart of the Jewish people, where so many Jews were killed, at a time when Jews are still being killed. We have received a symbolic warning from these holy stones.”

A Kabbalah site cited a Midrash which compares Israel (who is faithful to one God, Yahweh) to a pigeon or dove (which is faithful to a single partner in its lifetime). They commented: “Just as the pigeon is safe so long as it seeks shelter among the stones of the Temple Mount, the Jews are protected by the Torah commandments. We are truly in the dangerous times that directly precede Mashiach.” The Kabbalah site also claimed that the Gematira of snake, nachash [נָחָשׁ H5175] equals 358, the same as Mashiach [מָשִׁיחַ H4899]. s.

The Sod1820 video noted that the “snake appeared in the women’s prayer section, emphasizing its relevance to women. In Genesis, it is described how Eve was tempted into sin by the snake.” The Zohar teaches that the snake will make a reappearance in the days before Messiah’s appearance at the end of the age and that the fixing [tikkun from כּוּן kûn H3559] of the snake will be accomplished in the Third Temple.

The Third Temple
The snake made its appearance at the same time as a hotly contested mayoral election, whose main debate was about which candidate would allow the Third Temple to be built! The Sanhedrin wrote letters to both candidates demanding they address this issue and build the new Temple. They had already written letters to Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin demanding the same thing. Is the rebuilding of the Third Temple a part of the yet unrevealed Trump Peace Plan? Time will tell.

Conclusions
The northern most portion of the Dead Sea has been slowly drying up and with the result that new sinkholes in the area are changing from salt water to fresh water. Many see this as a precursor, or a shadow, pointing to the fulfillment of prophecies in Ezekiel 47:8-9, which tell us that the waters of the Dead Sea will be healed and will swarm with multitudes of fish when Yeshua sets up his kingdom during his millennial reign. Earthquakes, famines, and pestilences world-wide are on the rise. Wars and rumors of wars assault us on a daily basis in the news. Perhaps the snake seen exiting from the Kotel Wall of the Temple Mount is yet another warning sign that the return of Yeshua is at the door, is imminent, is not far off, is just moments away from happening. What do you say?

Final Thought
The great day of Yahweh is getting really near, even at the door. It hastens forth and will not delay. We do NOT set dates, but clearly Yahweh is getting ready to change the course of human history once again. The signs are clear for those who have eyes to see and ears to hear.

Related Links
https://www.breakingisraelnews.com/116242/snake-temple/

The Temple Mount Stones

On October 11, 2018 we looked at the Mist that was seen at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Today we will look at another prophetic phenomenon – falling stones.

The Stone That Fell
Psalm 118:22  –“The stone that the builders rejected has become the chief cornerstone.”
On Monday, July 23rd, 2018 in the Hebrew Year 5778, a massive stone fell out of the Kotel section of the Western Wall onto the Robinson’s Arch used for egalitarian prayers. The stone fell from the ninth level of stones and happened the day after the fast of Tish’a B’Av (9th of Av). Israel Radio reported that the stone weighed about 220 pounds.

The Reaction
Habakkuk 2:11 –“A stone shall cry out from the wall, and a rafter shall answer it from the woodwork.”
Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovitch, the Chief Rabbi of the Western Wall, assigned spiritual significance to the event. “This is an unusual and most rare incident that has not occurred for decades,” he said. “The fact that this powerful incident happened a day after the 9th of Av fast, in which we mourned the destruction of our temples, raises doubts and questions which the human soul is too small to contain, and requires soul-searching.”

One follower of the Kabbalah teachings believes that the event signaled a permanent end to the Jewish exile and the beginning of the supernatural regeneration of the Third Temple.

Rabbi Yekutiel Fish noted that the term “kotel ma’aravi” (Western Wall) in Gematria is equal to the Hebrew year, 5778, and agreed that the time for the true end of the exile has arrived. Rabbi Fish also noted that the chief cornerstone, the ha’even ha’shtiya also equals 778 in Gematria, which corresponds to the Psalm 118 verse.

Conclusions
The northern most portion of the Dead Sea has been slowly drying up and with the result that new sinkholes in the area are changing from salt water to fresh water. Many see this as a precursor, or a shadow, pointing to the fulfillment of prophecies in Ezekiel 47:8-9, which tell us that the waters of the Dead Sea will be healed and will swarm with multitudes of fish when Yeshua sets up his kingdom during his millennial reign. Earthquakes, famines, and pestilences world-wide are on the rise. Wars and rumors of wars assault us on a daily basis in the news. Perhaps the stone seen falling from the Kotel Wall of the Temple Mount is yet another warning sign that the return of Yeshua is at the door, is imminent, is not far off, is just moments away from happening. What do you say?

Final Thought
The great day of Yahweh is getting really near, even at the door. It hastens forth and will not delay. We do NOT set dates, but clearly Yahweh is getting ready to change the course of human history once again. The signs are clear for those who have eyes to see and ears to hear.

Related Links
https://www.breakingisraelnews.com/111405/kabbalist-stone-falling-western-wall/
https://www.breakingisraelnews.com/111227/rabbi-calls-for-soul-searching-after-massive-stone-falls-from-western-wall/

Days and Hours

Over the past four years we have taken a look at several Hebrew idioms to better understand the scriptures. In 2014 we discovered that the “heavens” refers to governments and rulers, and “earth” refers to the nations or peoples. We also discovered that the “sea” and “land” again symbolized nations and their peoples, and the “stars” are the angels.

In 2015 we discovered that to “fulfill the law” is a Hebrew idiom meaning: to properly interpret, to show how to apply the law, to do it rightly, and that to “abolish the law” is just the opposite, meaning: to misinterpret, to misapply the law, to do it wrongly, thus bringing down judgment. Another Hebrew idiom we looked at was the “trees”, which we found represents all human beings, and in 2018 we saw that the “green tree” is a title for the Mashiach, Yeshua. Today we look at another idiom.

A Hebrew Idiom – No One Knows The Day or Hour
Matthew 24:36, Mark 13:32 – “ When that day and hour will come, no one knows – not the angels in heaven, not the Son, just the Father.”
This saying of Yeshua has been debated for ages, and many different explanations have been given. Is it a Hebrew idiom?, and if so, Where did it come from and just what does it mean? Let’s take a look at this saying and see what is known about it:

The Most Common Usage
The common answer given by the bridegroom during ages past to someone asking the question: “When’s the wedding date?” was a well know Hebrew idiom: “I don’t know, the angels don’t know, ask my dad!” Today, if depression over the length of time taking to build the new home and furnish it to his father’s expectations had set in, the bridegroom might very well reply with one of today’s favorite idioms: “When hell freezes over!

By using this expression, “You do not know the day or the hour”, Yeshua may have simply been using a common wedding idiom to answer his disciple’s questions about the sign of his coming and of the end of the age. In short, he merely answered at the Pashat level of understanding: “It will be revealed when it is the appropriate time to do so.” This is in accordance with a similar question asked by Daniel. The answer was “keep these words secret, and seal up the book until the time of the end” (Daniel 12:1-4).

The Yom Teruah Usage
One of the seven Moedim of Yahweh (Divine Appointments or Feasts) is called the Yom Teruah. It is also referred to as Rosh Hashanah or the Feast of Trumpets. Of the seven moedim, this one is the only one that doesn’t have an exact starting time. This moed begins only when two witnesses see the edge of the moon and report their sighting to the Sanhedrin. This requirement introduces slight variable time to it’s inception. The Jews celebrate what is supposed to be the first day of the seventh month, Tishri, (Leviticus 23:23-25) over a two-day period because it is “the day no one knows the day or hour.” For this very reason, Yom Teruah was, and still is, referred to as “the moed that no one knows the day or hour of!

Yom Ha’Keseh: The Hidden Day, The Day of Hiding, The Day of Concealment.
Psalm 84:3 – “Blow the trumpet at the new moon, at the concealed time, on our feast day.”
Yom Ha’Keseh can be interpreted several different ways. Firstly, it references the day when the moon is just coming out of hiding, in other words, a day of a concealed moon. Secondly, Satan is not be given notice about the arrival of Yom Teruah, the Day of Judgment. A hidden day because it was hidden from Satan, the adversary, in the same manner that the resurrection of Yeshua on the third day was hidden from his knowledge. By using this expression, “You do not know the day or the hour”, Yeshua may have been referencing both Yom Teruah and the Yom Ha’Keseh at the Sod level of understanding.

Avi Ben Mordechai devotes a chapter in “Signs In the Heavens” to explaining what the idiom “no man knows the day or hour” truly means from a rabbinical Hebraic perspective. He states: “It is a figure of speech. Yeshua used this figure of speech to say: “I am coming for my Bride on such and such a day! Be watching! ” The phrase, “of that day and hour no man knows” refers to the sanctification or setting apart of the new moon. Without this sanctification, the Jews had no way of determining Yahweh’s appointed times or moedim.”

This same process (two witnesses viewing the first sliver of the moon and reporting it to the Sanhedrin) was used to determine the beginning day of every month, in Hebrew: Rosh Chodesh. Today, the Rabbis boot up their computers and follow the dates and times listed by the software and simply announce the first day of the month one week before the computed date!

The Word Tense
The word translated knows in Matthew 24:36 and Mark 13:32 is the Greek word eido [οἶδεν G1492], and is in the perfect tense. The perfect tense describes something that was true or completed in the past, was still presently true at the time it is spoken, but which would not necessarily be true in the future. Therefore, it can’t be taken dogmatically that no one will ever know, which would be in violation of numerous scriptures that clearly state that the Bride of Yeshua will know and will not be taken by surprise (Amos 3:7, 1 Thessalonians 5:1-5, Hebrews 10:25, Revelation 3:3, etc.).

There are stark and complete reversals throughout scripture: prophecy sealed (Daniel 12:4) and then prophecy unsealed (Revelation 22:10). No one can know (Matthew 24:36, Mark 13:32) and now you do know (1 Thessalonians 5:1-5, Revelation 3:3).

Furthermore, the word eido can be translated as: to make known. Paul uses it this way in 1 Corinthians 2:2, saying in essence: “I have determined not to make known to you, or to openly declare, anything except the crucified Yeshua Ha’Mashiach.” If this is the manner in which Yeshua used the word eido in Matthew 24:36 and Mark 13:32 then the verse would read more properly: “Neither I nor the angels will make known or declare that day, only my father in Heaven will reveal or declare it.”

This takes all emphasis off of no one can know the timing and places it distinctly into the realm of mystery – a fact currently concealed and not revealed by some person or persons because it isn’t their authority to do so.

Or it is simply one of those concealed matters that brings glory to Yahweh, and which the kings are to investigate to their glory! This takes all emphasis off of no one can know the timing and fully agrees with the rest of scripture which says we will know the day and hour!

The Time Zones
When the official beginning of the Yom Teruah Moed is proclaimed in Jerusalem by the Sanhedrin, in other time zones the moed begins at a different time! In some areas it may be daylight, and on the opposite side of the globe, nighttime. In Jerusalem, it may be on the first day, but in the United States it is still the seventh day. Even in the United States, it may begin at 4:00 pm in the Eastern states but at 1:00 pm in the Western states. Hence, “You do not know the day or the hour.”

Yeshua Knows The Future
There are many scriptures which clearly show that Yeshua knew the future. He states unequivocally in Matthew 24:25: “Behold, I have told you in advance”, repeated in Mark 13:23, just a few verses before the contested “no one knows” verses! Avi Ben Mordechai writes: “If He knew the future in Mattityahu 24:25, and the context concerns the Day of Trouble, why would He suddenly speak as though He did not know the future in the same context just 11 verses later in Mattityahu 24:36? Was He confused? Or was He making perfect sense in light of the customs of the Jews? ” Needless to say, Yeshua was neither confused nor unaware of future events and their exact dates of fulfillment!

Conclusions
The case for “You do not know the day or the hour” being an actual Jewish idiom is very sound.  It is most likely referencing a common wedding expression at the Pashat level of understanding, more so than both Yom Teruah and the Yom Ha’Keseh at the Sod level of understanding. This statement in no way contradicts other scriptures as to whether or not one will know the day and hour today, as opposed to not knowing it when Yeshua spoke it.  A more proper translation of the Greek places it into the realm of mystery – a fact currently concealed and not yet revealed because it isn’t the time to do so –simply one of those concealed matters that brings glory to Yahweh, and which the kings are to investigate to their glory!

Final Thought
The great day of Yahweh is getting really near, even at the door. It hastens forth and will not delay. We do NOT set dates, but clearly Yahweh is getting ready to change the course of human history once again. The signs are clear for those who have eyes to see and ears to hear.

The Newer Covenant Priestly Prayer

Yahweh said to Moses, “Speak to Aaron and his sons, and tell them that this is how you are to bless the people of Israel: you are to say to them . . .”

The Priestly (or Aaronic) Prayer
Numbers 6:24-26 – “Y’varekh’kha Yahweh v’yishmerekha. Ya’er Yahweh panav eleikha vichunekka.Yissa Yahweh panav eleikha v’yasem l’kha shalom.” Translated into English, it reads: “Yahweh blesses you and keeps you. Yahweh makes his face shine on you and shows you his favor. Yahweh lifts up his face toward you and makes you whole.”

Older Covenant History
Leviticus 9:22 – “Then Aaron lifted up his hands toward the people and blessed them, and he came down from offering the sin offering and the burnt offering and the peace offerings.”

It was the province of the High Priest, Aaron, to say (or sing) the priestly prayer over the people according to the Older Covenant. When doing so, the High Priest would raise his hands in the double Hebrew letter shin, which mirrors the shape of the Cherubim on the Ark of the Covenant, and put the name of Yahweh on the people. In other words, the High Priest would lift his hands and make a b’rakhah!

All fine and wonderful. But that’s just Older Covenant stuff, right? Hasn’t that been fulfilled?

Newer Covenant Parallel
So, what about the Newer Covenant? There is no longer a High Priest, according to the Rabbis, so speaking this prayer is no longer possible. Hold on, there pardner. We have the ultimate, eternal High Priest in Heaven, who stands before Yahweh to make intercession. And what did our High Priest do just before being carried into heaven at his rapture? “Yeshua led them out as far as Bethany, and lifting up his hands he blessed them” (Luke 24:50). In other words, our High Priest, Yeshua, lifted his hands and made a b’rakhah! Without doubt, he lifted them in form of the double Hebrew letter shin, and said or sang the Priestly Prayer.

Wait, are you saying that just prior to his rapture, our High Priest, Yeshua, spoke the priestly prayer over his followers? Amen, that is exactly what I am saying.

Conclusions
Yahweh is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow. His High Priest, whom he commanded to bless his people with the Priestly Prayer, did so in the Older Covenant, did so in the Newer Covenant, and continues to do so in Heaven, and will always continue to do so for all eternity. Amen and Hallelujah!

Final Thought
The great day of Yahweh is getting really near, even at the door. It hastens forth and will not delay. We do NOT set dates, but clearly Yahweh is getting ready to change the course of human history once again. The signs are clear for those who have eyes to see and ears to hear.

Related Blog
The Aaronic Priestly Blessing

The Goddess Gambit

Genesis 2:20 – “Adam gave names to all cattle, and to the fowl of the air, and to every beast of the field; but for Adam there was not found companion suitable to help him.”
The word help, often translated help-meet, is the Hebrew word ezer [עֵזֶר H5828], which means to surround, protect or aid. The helper was expected to be the one who protected Adam. However, neither a lion, a T-Rex, a behemoth, an elephant, nor any other fierce beast was suitable to the task – all would be inadequate to the task because of the nature of the enemy – Lucifer! Therefore Yahweh puts Adam to sleep and forms a woman out of his rib (Genesis 2:21). Hmmm.

The Woman in Eden
Genesis 2:18 – “I will make for him a companion suitable for helping him.”
Eve is the suitable companion, but did you catch that the woman is to surround, protect, and aid the man? Hmmm. What, exactly, made her suitable to the task? The enemy, adversary, or rival was not one of the many beasts, fowls, or plants, it was Lucifer – the dragon, the devil, a fallen angel. And Lucifer’s attack wasn’t just physical, it was emotional and spiritual. Eve was to be on guard against these attacks and warn, surround, and protect Adam when he was too busy gardening to notice! Hmmm.

Eve’s Devastating Decision To Become A Goddess
Genesis 3:6 – “Eve saw that the tree was good for food, that it had a pleasing appearance and that the tree was desirable for making one wise.”
Lucifer hit Eve with an emotional and spiritual attack that was devastating. Eve decided to become a “goddess” in her own right – no need to bow down to any other opinion but her own. So, she took the fruit and ate it, and then gave it to Adam to eat. So much for submitting to Yahweh’s command not to eat of the fruit. So much for protecting her man, eh?

The Goddess Today
Psalm 38:12 – “Those seeking my life lay snares for me, those seeking to harm me speak of disaster and think up deceptions all day long.”
Isaiah 33:15-16 – “The one who lives uprightly and speaks honestly; the one who refuses to profit from oppressive measures and rejects a bribe; the one who does not plot violent crimes and does not seek to harm others, will live on the heights, his refuge a fortress among the cliffs, his food and water in steady supply.”
You have heard it said that “if momma ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy.” But did you know that that saying actually starts with: “If papa ain’t happy, then mama ain’t gonna be happy, and . . .” If, then. How convenient that the first part of the saying is left out! If papa, then momma. If momma, then nobody. Women today have forgotten that their primary duty is to warn, protect, surround, and aid their men-folk, to be an ezer. In other words, to keep their men happy, healthy, and unharmed.

The daily news is rampant with goddesses seeking to harm others. Lies, deceptions, false memories, and accusations spew out of their mouths like water let out of a flood gate. This will not end well for those women/goddesses who engage in these activities. Yahweh’s word is very clear: those who seek to harm another will be put to shame and disgraced (Psalm 71:24). Those who live uprightly and speak the truth will live securely (Isaiah 33:15-16), but the cowardly, the untrustworthy, the vile, the murderers, the sexually immoral, those involved with the occult and with drugs, idol-worshippers, and all liars will be cast into the lake of fire (Revelation 21:8)

Conclusions
Exodus 20:3 – Yahweh says: “You will have not other gods before me.”
Today, we see a pattern of rebellion against Yahweh, Yeshua, and the Bible unprecedented in history. Abortion on demand, men are un-needed, the hijacking of the me-too movement, a woman must be believed no matter what her story. The goddesses are growing in number and in their evil behaviors. Well, believe this, the cup of the goddesses’ rebellious iniquity is just about full to overflowing.

Yahweh’s pattern is always to withhold judgment until an iniquity is full, and to give warning prior to that judgment being meted out (Jeremiah 6:8). When the iniquity of Sodom was full (Ezekiel 16:49-50), Yahweh sent fire and sulfur to destroy it (Genesis 19:24-25). How much longer will Yahweh withhold judgment against this blatant rebellion of today’s women who think they are all goddesses who must be submitted to? Not long, me thinks.

Final Thought
The great day of Yahweh is getting really near, even at the door. It hastens forth and will not delay. We do NOT set dates, but clearly Yahweh is getting ready to change the course of human history once again. The signs are clear for those who have eyes to see and ears to hear.