Ester. Part-Two.

February 25, 2016

Society.

Ha Yehudi’im were well established within Persian culture of the day, when Haman began to plot his own political rise and set traps for the captives who he was jealous of!  We have seen this process continue through the last 2000 years, the Romans then Massadah. The 3rd century Church and the rejection of the book of Hebrews from the bible.

The 10th century Crusades to the Holy lands, the Inquisition, Adolf Hitler, Stalin, McCarthyism. The Ku Klux Klan and mordern Islamic terrorism from the Palestinians to the Islamic Caliphate to Iran.

Even when we turn to yeshua in repentance, Yeshua warned us long ago that even our own will sell us out. Jealousy is one of the main motivaters that leads to this kinf of hatred.

Exodus 17:8-16,  Matthew 10:16-42,   Acts 16:11-40.

 

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Treatys Forbidden. Part-Two.

October 29, 2015

The Problems.

Unfortunatly Y’srael did start to make treaties with its neighbours and so not long after entering the Promised Land, their gradual decline was underway. After the time of the Judges, they wanted a King like the other nations so poor Shamu’ EL was put in the position of getting Shua’l and in later year this king would do the unthinkable of seeking a witch to raise the prophet from the grave.

The Babylonian exiles, the destruction of the Temple even after the death and resurrection of Yeshua was the cause of political intrigue. ‘We have no king, but Caesar!, fifty years later they were kicked out of the land.

!834 Years later they wer able to return and 50 years later establish the modern Sate of Israel, but ever since 1948 they are up to the same things again. They are in constant peace negotiations with the P’lishtim, who today are showing them with knives how much peace they want.

Exodus 23:27,  Deuteronomy 7:22-23,  11:25, Joshua 1:5, 6:2, 10:8, 10, 23-25,  23:9.

P’lishtim. Part-One.

August 7, 2014

Who are they and where do they come from?

The complete Tanakh tells us that Elohim brought them from the island of Crete to test Ysra’el in relation to His promises and them obeying Him.

After forty years in the wilderness it was time to take the promised land, all went very well at first but leter the people broke their promises, let their guard down and made treaties with the natives.

Genesis 10:14,    Deuteronomy  2:23,    Acts 17:26-27.