Many Nations and Israel!

If one talks to older folks, you hear much about the past and the wars with their respective horrors, but today you can speak to refugees from Afghanistan and the Middle-East and hear much the same!

But when you speak with Israelis you learn quickly that they have to live with it, its like Beirut in the seventies or N-Ireland during the troubles?

People were at home and they had no where special they could go, maybe for a while a short move for a rest, but then you had to come home?

People today live in the inner cities around the world and now are getting a taste of some serious out of control crime, it not quite the same but it is bad when you loose a loved one, a child to stabbings!

Genesis 14:2,   31:26,   Joshua 11:20,   Psalm 120:7,   Luke 14:31,   2 Corinthians 10:3,  Alef Kefa 2:11,   Revelation 2:16.

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The King of Kings. Part-Two.

December 11, 2014

The Magi.

For one whole year these men crossed the deserts of the middle-east following the star of Yakub and they came to Jerusalem to the palace of King Herod. But Yeshua was not destined to be born in a palace, because He was the suffering servant and from day one He was to be the least, to be our servant.

The wisemen were sent on their way and the star lead them to that humble smelly stable, No it did not but rather to meet with the one year-old Messiah Yeshua Adonai.

Te wise men were full of joy and praises as they presented Him with their gifts and acknowledgement.

Matthew/Levi 2:1-11.

Will you this season also seek that star in your heart and will you acknoweledge Him to be your Savior for Eternity?

Natan Navi. Part-Three.

July 24, 2014

First child dies.

Natan told King Dav’id that this first chile of sin was going to die, but despite this revelation of Elohim Dav’id continues to intercede and plea with Ha’Adon for this not to happen. This is the natural side of the human psyche, we want and hope that certain things it will not happen.

It must of been a really terrible time for Bat-Sheva and we see that this is taken into account by the Prophet Nata. Because years later he helps her to make sure that Solomon becomes King of Ysra’el in the will and plans of Elohim.

2 Shamu’el 12:15-20,  Lamentations 3:39-42,  1 Kings 1:11-40.

Natan Navi. Part-Two.

July 17, 2014

Confronts Dav’id.

It must of been very hard for Natan, after blessing King Dav’id to return a few days later to challenge him in relation to his recent conduct. King Dav’id fell into temptations and built evil upon one block after another in relation to his adultery with Bath-Sheva. He set up her husband to have sex with his wife, and then played on his loyality finally sending Uriah to his known death.

But Elohim knew everything, because He does and he knows all of us and our failures. Natan told Dav’id that he was that bad man and that Elohim would allow that first child to die. Elohim was not changing His mind on Dav’id, because Messiah was to come through his line

2 Samuel 12:1-15,  Psalm 51:1-19,  Matthew/Levi 1:4-6.