Which of these sayings are NOT in the Bible? God helps those who help themselves. It doesn’t matter what you believe as long as you are sincere. God is love. What goes around comes around. Laughter is the best medicine. Make love not war. Answer: 1,2,4,5,6 *Number three is found in 1John 4: 16 (KJV).
The Feast of Tabernacles, which began at sundown yesterday, is also known as Sukkot or Feast of Booths. It is the last of the Fall Feasts. It follows Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement or Day of Purging), which follows Yom Teruah, Feast of Trumpets. Nowhere in the Old Testament are these holy days described as […]
Many people regard Yom Teruah as Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. But not everyone. Tishri (September time frame) is the seventh month on the Biblical calendar. The first month, Nissan, is around March/April. The Biblical New Year is Nissan 1, which falls on April 8 in 2016. Notice that in Leviticus 23, the Hebrew […]
Check out this article on CBN. I agree that we are in for a great shaking. For Israel, the High Holy Days this year mark the end of a significant seven-year cycle and a rare fourth blood moon. Some believe that combination could have a huge impact on Israel, the U.S., and the world. Source: […]
http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/61225374 “Broken Walls” is a Mohawk tribe of Christian muscians. Chief Ann, direct descendent of Pocahontas, declared an open heaven over this service held in Virginia April 15. About one hour and twenty minutes into the service, Bill (the drummer) gives an awesome testimony of what God is doing in his life this Hebrew year […]
This is the second time that I’ve posted this video from TBN’s “Praise the Lord.” Its importance cannot be overstated. The program, hosted by Perry Stone, originally aired March 9, 2015. About ten minutes into the video, Perry Stone begins interviewing Jonathan Cahn, author of “The Harbinger” and “The Mystery of the Shemita;” Mark Blitz, […]
Blood Moons-Solar Eclipse-Jewish Feasts. The is a great article that I found on Michael Gaither’s blog. As you read the article, remember that God goes by his His calendar (Leviticus 23), not ours.