"I think that we have to consider them as a possible candidate for the seventh "beast" of Revelation. The beast being defined previously in Scripture as a world power that has Jerusalem in it's empire, and this 7th beast is like…"
"Thank you so much for your thoughts on the passage. I just always thought that it was a rather curious account that was included. And, in one of the extra-biblical books (I forgot which one), it describes the death of Enoch. So,…"
"Did anyone answer your question about The Christ saying to Peter in John 21:22, "If I want him [John the Beloved] to stay (survive, live) until I come, what is that to you? [What concern is it of yours?] You follow Me!"?
I'm new to…"
"This is going to sound off the wall, probably. But, the other day, I was reading in John chapter 21. Yeshua was describing things that were going to happen in the end. However, in reference to Yohanan the disciple, He said…"
"You were right to speak up. To know that someone is doing what is not right and to keep silent about it makes one guilty as well, right? You have probably helped to prevent many from being deceived. Thanks for speaking up!"
Shalom folks! I started making these handstamped metal necklaces and other items after I had a hard time finding similar things that appealed to me. I wanted to fulfill the instructions to wear "these Words" on our wrists, etc.. And, I was looking for jewelry to wear that would open doors of conversation. I make jewelry and keychains that are for both males and females. Anyway, I opened up an "Etsy" shop, and the link is below:…See More
"Wow. I didn't realize that Johnathan David Brown was the creator of the whole lunar sabbath idea. I actually know him, and he came to our group a few times, here in Missouri. It didn't take long, though, before we all…"
Alternate Calendars may only be debated in this group. If you want to debate Solar Calendar, Full Moon is New Moon, Lunar Sabbath, Morning to Morning Days or Karaite Calendar you may do so here only.See More
"If I am understanding this correctly, then it seems that it is the physical seed of Abraham that are returning to the Land? So, the Father seems to be waking people up all over the world where we are scattered? Would you agree with this…"
Tanak (Old Testament), Ketuvim Netzarim (New Testament), The Apocrypha, The Book of Enoch, The Book of Jasher
Favorite version of Scriptures:
"The Scriptures" (ISR)
I crossed over and began my journey towards this hebraic understanding of the Word around 2007. I had always kind of seen it, and was troubled by the inconsistencies that I saw in the New Testament verses (especially Paul's writings). I had a little game that I played during church: I would take the reference scripture that the pastor would build his sermon on, and I would read before and after to find those verses that contradicted the "love and grace" message that was to come. It never failed. I always found verses that came back to the Truth. When I found that there was a whole group of people who also saw these things, I was filled with hope and joy!
I am a visual artist by profession and that's a big part of my life. I love the outdoors - hiking and going on walks, and camping. Every chance that I get, I try to be outside. I garden - both vegetables and flowers. And, my husband and I travel quite a bit around the US. Our kids are all grown and married and have kids of their own, but we are very blessed that they live near and are in and out of our home constantly.
What is your favorite Book of the Scriptures?
The Scriptures - ISR
What is your favorite verse?
How could I choose? Every Word that comes out of the mouth of Yah!
Did anyone answer your question about The Christ saying to Peter in John 21:22, "If I want him [John the Beloved] to stay (survive, live) until I come, what is that to you? [What concern is it of yours?] You follow Me!"?
I'm new to this Space, so bear with me. Here's what the Holy Spirit seems to be saying to me. Christ, the Messiah, never says that John will live until He returns; He says to Peter, "What concern of yours is ANYTHING related to John?" In other words, Messiah is rightly pointing out that Peter can't do anything about anyone except himself. And Messiah's directive to Peter is, "Feed my sheep." He could have said, 'Don't worry about John; you have enough to worry about just taking care of Peter.' What Messiah is NOT saying is that John is going to be alive when He returns, and the proof of that in the English language is that little word "if", which puts the entire statement into the subjunctive mode--the mode of supposition or 'what if', not fact.
Thank you so much for your thoughts on the passage. I just always thought that it was a rather curious account that was included. And, in one of the extra-biblical books (I forgot which one), it describes the death of Enoch. So, I'm a little unsure that he did not die.
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