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Author Archives: wellspringisrael
Today in the Biblical Calendar is the beginning of what is called, “Dire Straights.” Five great catastrophes occurred in biblical history on this day which is Tammuz 17. 1. Moses broke the tablets at Mount Sinai — in response to … Continue reading
Three Weeks Called, “DIRE STRAITS” Five years ago at this time my wife and I were in the CNN Tower Hotel in Atlanta for a Business Trip we had earned with the insurance company I worked for. The first night … Continue reading
Revelation 6, Joel 2, and The Feast of Pentecost.Take a few minutes to view this teaching.
In Revelation 6:1-2, “there is a description of the first Horse and it’s Rider, “I watched as the Lamb opened the first of the seven seals. Then I heard one of the four living creatures say in a voice like … Continue reading
Thoughts coming after Feast of Pentecost, Covid-19, and Rioting and Looting: If ever before the Body of Christ, Kingdom people need to be connected to the True Vine it is now. I was directed to John 15 during the season … Continue reading
This past weeks Torah reading was found in Numbers 16:1- 18: It is the story of Korah and some of the men of Israel challenging Moses and Aaron being leader and High Priest of Israel. Adonai didn’t take to that … Continue reading
Speak this Shabbat Blessing over your family, household, and city According to your Faith, may it be unto you.” Or according to your obedience my it be So. May The LORD make His face shine upon you, and be gracious … Continue reading
What are we seeing happen to America? Is this apart of a greater plan? What does God’s word say? Take time to view this teaching. Shalom!
This week’s Torah Reading is from Numbers 1:1 -4:20, The reading is called “Bamidbar”, which means “in the desert,” and it is the first portion of the book of Numbers. We always read it just before Shavuot/Pentecost. But why?The reason … Continue reading