Five Major Historical Events of the Bible

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 the sin of the Golden Calf. (Exo 32:19) 2. The daily offerings in the FirstContinue reading “Five Major Historical Events of the Bible”

What To Do When The Leader is MIA?

Last Wednesday evening at sundown we began the fourth Biblical month of Tammuz.  Why should that be important to both Jews and Gentiles who follow Yeshua as Messiah and Lord?  Because there are three different “Moadims”, (Hebrew for meeting with God) where God wants us to commune and worship Him.  They are,  The Feast ofContinue reading “What To Do When The Leader is MIA?”

WHERE WE GO ONE WE ALL GO: God enjoys counting the Israelites because of His special affection for each one.

If you’re like me when reading in Numbers 1 the calling out of Israel’s census is boring reading.  This past spring I received from the US government a census in the mail.  I was just to busy to fill it out and put it on my “get to list.”  Several weeks went by and gotContinue reading “WHERE WE GO ONE WE ALL GO: God enjoys counting the Israelites because of His special affection for each one.”

Accessing The Court Room of Heaven

Accessing the Court Room of Heaven/Three Levels of Prayer. Understanding how to pray until your prayers are answered. Understanding how to pray from a Hebrew mindset. Learning the three levels of prayer so to walk in a deeper relations with God. Check out my video’s on my YouTube Channel, Wellspring Israel.

ASK, SEEK, KNOCK

Rabbi Yeshua encouraged His disciples to ask, seek, and knock. The ask-seek-knock saying prefaces a discussion about prayer. Yeshua encouraged His disciples to be persistent in prayer, confident that God answers prayer: Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. For everyoneContinue reading “ASK, SEEK, KNOCK”