Strong Winds Blowing

May 29, 2008

Many years ago when I was studying to get my pilot’s license, there was many things I had to learn about the nature of flying an airplane. The first thing I had to understand was how to get it off the ground. The next thing was to be able to control the plane speed and level flight + or – fifty feet while in the air. This was not as easy a chore as you would imagine; I had to learn about such things as yaw and pitch. Pitch is the up and down position of the nose of the plane to a straight and level imaginary line. The position of the noise left or right of an imaginary straight line is yaw. There are three factors that you must to be aware of at all times, yaw, pitch and speed. Once you leave the ground in an airplane you become a part of the elements and unless corrected for the plane moves left or right depending on the direction of the wind. If you don’t make corrections for the wind you could be miles off course and not even be able to see your destination. You could fly right by it and not know that you missed it. Another factor in keeping the plane on the proper heading is magnetic north and true north. Each longitude has a correction for the magnetic north you read on the compass and that has to be figured correctly to be able to stay on course You might say why are you talking about flying a plane I have no interest in flying an airplane. Well, the truth is our spiritual life is much like the airplane there are many outside forces that are trying to move you off the course you desire to follow. And in this book I have treated each one of these forces as a wind trying to blow your airplane off course. Of course, your airplane is your life and the direction you want it to go. There are many forces out there trying to blow your aircraft off course and you don’t stand a chance of reaching the desired goal without making allowances and corrections for each one of these forces. Continue reading →

The Rapture

May 18, 2008

It is so good to hear from you. Yes we do believe in the catching up or gathering together, what the church calls the “rapture”.

However I do not believe the same way the traditional church believes. The traditional doctrine is only 200 years old and originated with a woman named Margaret McDonald from Glasgow, Scotland. There are many Scriptures in the Bible that speak of this event but none put the time frame on it that the traditional church does. Matt 24:29-31 NKJV sets the sequence of the catching up or gathering together to Him for us.

We are told in “Matt 24:29 NKJV “Immediately after the tribulation of those days the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light; the stars will fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens will be shaken. 30 Then the sign of the Son of Man will appear in heaven, and then all the tribes of the earth will mourn, and they will see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of heaven with power and great glory. 31 And He will send His angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they will gather together His elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.” The further ref in the Gospels are (Mark 13:24-27; Luke 21:25-28) as follows. Continue reading →

A Storm Is Coming

May 9, 2008

There is a storm coming and no one wants to talk about it; especially those who are in charge of making you feel good each 1st day (Sunday). The traditional Pastors of the traditional Church have been trained in their method of delivery and the subjects that are acceptable. They are trained to stay away from controversial subject matters and words that may be a little to abrupt.

Lets say you are in the middle of a hard battle. You ask the battalion leader “how’s the battle going“, the leader may tell you the battle is won even though the enemy out numbers you, has just received reinforcements and received a new supply of ammunition. Your leader has deceived you because you’re told the “enemy is ready to give up don’t worry“. After hearing this you relax somewhat and therefore you don’t prepare for the next onslaught of the enemy to try to overrun your position.

The perversion of the truth was comforting and reassuring at the time, but left you unprepared for the coming battle. Now if there is a place that is not good to be it is at a gun fight with only a pocket knife in your possession. If you have the wrong weapon for the time you are facing then you are unprepared for the battle you are about to experience and probably will not survive. Continue reading →

The Passover & First Fruits

April 29, 2008

Wow was it a wonderful Passover Seder. The Ruach HaKadesh was precious. We could feel the anointing at the outset of the Seder. The Father was in complete control of the Passover and the time spent before Him was inspiring. He also used so many people during that time. It was so awesome I believe the Father reminded each one of us in a special way what is the meaning of Passover. Passover is about remembering the compassion, the mercy and the great measure of grace the Father has shown to humanity by delivering them from their destructions.

First there was the deliverance of Israel from the hard hand of Pharaoh and the hard life of forced labor and serving a tyrant. You say how does that effect me? I was never a slave in Egypt, I never had to do forced labor in my life. Why should I celebrate the Passover? I am not Jewish and don’t want to practice Jewish rituals. Never mind the fact that I have been adopted into the Jewish family thru the blood of Yahshua, by Father Yahveh. We can ignore the fact that I was delivered from the slavery of sin, the most cruel of taskmasters and set free to serve Yahveh.
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Why Not Passover

April 13, 2008

Of all the holidays we celebrate why not Passover? To the Christian this is the most important holiday We could possibly celebrate. As a matter of fact it is not a Holiday but a Holy Day set apart by Almighty Yahveh. We are commanded to keep it forever. The church has failed to obey this command; mainly because they have been taught a lie or even possibly the lie.Ever since the council of Nicea there has been such an effort in the church to separate itself from anything that might seem Jewish. The problem is: they seem to forget that the Hebrews did not just dream these commands up out of their imagination but were commanded to keep these commands forever. Continue reading →

Crying Out to the Wrong gods

April 7, 2008

For many years we have been crying out to the wrong gods and wondering why there is no answer. There are many names in this Country but I only answer to My name and not another’s name. The reason for this is I want to respond to those who are calling out to me, and not everybody that is calling out. Our sovereign reacts similarly, He does not answer to any name but to those who call on His name who cry out for His help.Ps “116:13-14 NKJV I will take up the cup of salvation, And call upon the name of the LORD.(Yahveh)14 I will pay my vows to the LORD (Yahveh) Now in the presence of all His people.” The first Commandment tells us that Father Yahveh our Sovereign is a jealous Sovereign and that we are to have no other sovereigns before Him. That does not mean in preference to him but rather it means not to have them in His presence. We are not told that there is deliverance in any name we want to call on, but there is deliverance in the name of Yahveh.

I brought this to the attention of a minister some time back ask him how do you think the Father feels about us calling him by pagan names and the name of pagan gods. His response to me was “we are so far removed from those times that I don’t think the Father minds do you”? My reply was swift and without hesitation, Yes sir I sure do believe He minds and further more I believe those references are an abomination to Father Yahveh. There is a problem with our way of thinking, concerning Father Yahveh. We talk to or in some cases we talk at Him, without being as aware of His presence as we would someone sitting in front of us. It is obvious when we displease the person sitting in front of us by the expressions on their face, if not by their words. Except in rare cases we try not to to be offensive in our conversations with people.

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Law or Lawless

December 26, 2007

We are in a period of history like the world has never seen. There has never been a time when parent’s hands have been so tied as they are today. The government’s child protection agencies have so many regulations concerning the way parents can discipline their children that parents are becoming increasingly paranoid about correcting their very own kids! There is always a fear that some one will perceive the correction as abuse and report them to the authorities; if that were to happen there could be a danger of parents losing their child and the child being placed into state custody.

In this scenario, you as a parent would have no say over his child’s destiny. This condition can cause parents to operate in the fear of losing their child and consequently, the result could lead to very little discipline in children’s lives. As it is today, children are raised with very few or no absolutes in their lives already. There seems to be no law they absolutely have to obey. Whether this is a result of parents failing to discipline the children or a result of fearing governments interference, or just parents with no discipline in their own lives; what ever the cause, we do know this; the result is a lawless generation – a generation that is being infected with the spirit of the antichrist. Continue reading →