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Isaiah – The fifth Hebrew gospel – Chapter 34
Isaiah 34 really is a prophecy that illuminates the geopolitical storms and the impending divine judgments of our days.
Isaiah – The fifth Hebrew gospel – Chapter 33
Isaiah gives insights into the consequences of misdirected power, unethical alliances, and the impact of such decisions on innocent lives.
Isaiah – The fifth Hebrew gospel – Chapter 32
𐤌𐤋𐤊" The Hebrew letters; MEM-LAMED-CHAF SOFIT signify "water," "staff," and "open hand," reflecting a king who provides stability and justice with an open hand, leading his people with equity and righteousness .
Isaiah – The fifth Hebrew gospel – Chapter 31
The question persists: when will people recognize the perils of turning away from divine counsel in favor of seeking solace in deceit and oppression?
Isaiah – The fifth Hebrew gospel – Chapter 30
Isaiah continues his rebuke of Israel, chastising them for their rejection of divine counsel in favor of seeking solace in deception and oppression rather than putting their trust in the Holy One of Israel.
Isaiah – The fifth Hebrew gospel – Chapter 29
Ariel - the lion of El, Elohim's hearth - the city of Jerusalem in flames, its inhabitant's fiery coals being turned to ash underfoot.
Great to listen to to expand biblical knowledge
Coming from a very similar background from Calvary chapel through the messianic movement and seeing the pagan traditions in both movements and coming out of those I have come to the same conclusions biblically and historically as Matthew Nolan. That to me is just confirmation of being on the right path. I like the historical and biblical aspects he brings in his teachings.
How do you figure the way you pronounce the “sacred name” is the real way to say it?
In Spanish, what you are saying is actually a vulgar phrase!