1) Not all "Jews" were without knowledge of the then coming Holocaust or the one coming.
2) The "remnant" of G-ds people is not the "church".
3) You are not the "remnant prophet".
"In defense of Judah's controversial image, i believe that some are misinterpreting it.
Can you not see it? The earth is in the beginnings of birth pangs... things are about to happen. The earth is not a literal woman but metaphorical. The image…"
Judah, many thanks. I am pretty much honored by your invitation. Before making relevant communication with you as a friend, could you please, clarify my confusion regarding your photo/image. Who is that nude woman on your photo/image? Is that your photo? What do you want to show to God and the Christian world through such a photo? Do you really consider yourself as a second born Messianic Christian? And are you a real Jew? If so from whom do you hide your real face? If you consider Nazarene space members as your brethren, why don't you want to post your real photo and real Christian testimony on the site? Judah, no disrespect intended, but, please be aware that as real Christian believers we are the light of the world. Let's read Matthew 5: 14, 15 ,16 '' Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on an hill cannot be hid. Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick; and it giveth light unto all that are in the house. Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.''
The second matter: I listened to some of your voice messages. Are you a follower of a pentecostal/charismatic movement?. Do you happen to consider yourself as the last day prophet? If so, what's the difference between you and the mormonic prophet Joseph Smith or islamic prophet Muhammad? They both considered themselves as the last days prophets as well. However, even if you are not a prophet, but anyway are a charismatic believer, please be aware that most of the modern movements such as adventist, mormon, jehovas' witnesses and so on as well as pentecostal/charismatic ones are man-made creations of the 19th -century- Americas. We must know that there is only one God's Church. This Church was created and initiated on the Pentecost day in JERUSALEM (neither in Constantinopol, nor in Vatican and the US). You can read this issue in Acts 2. Thanks again.
In defense of Judah's controversial image, i believe that some are misinterpreting it.
Can you not see it? The earth is in the beginnings of birth pangs... things are about to happen. The earth is not a literal woman but metaphorical. The image is not to titillate, but rather to emphasize the anticipation that we are on the verge of something frightening, yet amazing at the same time. With that said, it might perhaps be better in the photos section rather than as an icon.
I must apologize for not getting back to you in a timely way. I did not mean to be offended by your personal photo. I didn't mean to see any evil features in the preaching of a friend of yours either. I appreciate and take notice of your comments and feedback. As far as the man who preaches on your site voice file is concerned, I don't know who he is, - whether the last days prophet or an ordinary impostor. The only thing I know that Jesus Christ does love him. I must tell you that I am a quite serious man. I am not a fan follower of any ''show must go on''. In our culture, and with our modern unbiblical world, it is easy to claim the role of a prophet. But it is also easy to claim that role as its own form of ambition and power. It is perhaps too easy to claim to speak prophetically, but to do so with arrogance, anger. There are still Davids around, who, even though they may be good leaders and people of God at times, sometimes use their power in horribly destructive ways to achieve their own ambitious or selfish ends. There are still people like Ahaz who are so blind to the things of God that they are willing to build altars to whatever gods they think are the most powerful in order to extend their ambition and control. A prophetic voice will not gloss over injustice or oppression, will not be silent in the face of bigotry or prejudice or false pride, and will not compromise faithfulness for practical ends no matter how noble those ends may be in themselves. A truly prophetic voice is one that will sweep away all the trappings of religion and simply ask, "What does God require?", and answer simply, "do justice, love mercy, walk humbly with God." Or simply "love God, love others." A prophetic voice is one that will settle for nothing less than holiness of heart and life as the result of faithful obedience to the voice of God. In a real sense, a prophetic voice even today is the voice of God.
A very small servant of YESHUA HAMASHIACH