Saturday, December 9, 2017

Don’t be mad at Trump about Jerusalem….

Many seem to be angry at President Trump for acknowledging Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, to where the US embassy will eventually be moved.. I guess these angry people don't realize that TRUMP is NOT the one who started this; he simply finished what CLINTON began back in 1992! (You can Google it.)

This was accomplished with the stipulation that the US Embassy would move to Jerusalem by 1999. But that didn't happen because Clinton and every President since then has waived that embassy move every six months - until now, when Trump FINALLY went ahead and authorized the move.

I, for one, am GLAD that he did, because it's part of Bible prophecy that ALL nations will go up against Israel. Take a look at this meme:



  1. What started in the Middle East (Genesis 11 & 12 and Genesis 16:11-12) will end in the Middle East (Joel 4:2, Revelation 16:12-16).

    1. A little curious, I found this site on the internet recently. They are based in Australia.
      (this ministry is not affiliated with the House of Yahweh in Abilene, Texas.).

    2. Kevin, they obviously mean well, but they are no Bible scholars. For instance, one of the simplest examples is that Revelation does NOT have an "s" at the end.

      Following are some examples of how they are off the mark:

      "He teaches that we should never drink alcohol for the Scriptures teaches non-alcoholic grape juice was used, not alcoholic drinks,"

      Really? Which scripture is that from? Scripture tells us not to be DRUNK. Doesn’t say a thing about not drinking! Please see our article:

      And look at this statement:

      "We believe that we should only pray to the Father, as Yahshua messiah instructed us to in Mat 6."

      It seems these people forgot about John 14, which says:

      John 14:10 Don't you believe that I am in my Father and my Father is in me? These words that I speak, I do not speak of myself but He who dwells in me, my Father does these works. 11. Believe that I am in my Father and my Father is in me; otherwise believe even because of the works. 12. Amen, amen I say to you that whoever believes in me, these works that I do, he will do also, and more than these he will do because I go to the Father. 13. And whatever you ask in my name, I will do for you that the Father might be glorified by His Son. 14. And if you ask of me, in my name, I will do it! 15. If you love me, keep my Commandments. 16. And I will ask of my Father and He will give you another Redeemer who will be with you forever. 17. The Spirit of Truth, He who the world is not able to receive because it has not seen Him, nor does know Him. But you know Him for He dwells with you and He is in you. (Aramaic English New Testament/AENT)

      Their website says: "We do not believe we should end our prayers with Amen....rather Omaine.

      They clearly mean well, but apparently have no grasp of Hebrew or Aramaic, or that spelling of the English transliteration of the Hebrew is a matter of preference! We highly suggest they get themselves an Aramaic English New Testament BEFORE continuing to teach, because on some things they are way off.