The Lord is Sending You!

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Biblical Hebrew uses a grammatical form called "s'michut". This form joins two words together to form a single word form. We have this in English: for example, a door and a knob are two nouns, which are used to form the word "doorknob", a compound noun. This form of joining nouns is found in Judges 6:12. The expression, "Angel of the Lord" is rendered, "angel-YHVH"; (Yud-Hay-Vav-Hay); in modern English -- "angel-Yehovah". Then, suddenly, the narrative changes from "angel-Yehovah" to simply, "Yehovah". Here we see another appearance of YHVH in human form in the Old Testament. The God-Man, Yeshua in a "pre-incarnate" appearance.

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KISS!

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The other night I was in a debate with an atheist who had a legal background and the Lord gave me some interesting revelation about the tactics of the enemy. At Yeshua's first coming his tactic was simply to destroy the infant before He could grow up; [Revelation 12:4-5]. After the Lord's death and resurrection Satan continued his direct assault by attacking the church through persecution which lasted through the first 3 centuries.

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Happy New Year – orders remain UNCHANGED!

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One of the most fascinating sites to visit in Washington D.C. is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery. For 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, a platoon of 30 honor guards protects the tomb through rain, snow and even hurricanes! It's been guarded every minute of every day since 1937.

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Enlarge your vision this upcoming year!

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Years ago, a man by the name of Henry Ford came up with an idea for a new kind of engine. Ford was eager to get his exciting new plan into production so he had someone draw up the plans and presented them to the engineers.

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Enter into His place of worship!

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President Franklin Roosevelt used to attend church in Washington. One day somebody phoned the church and asked, "Do you expect the President to be in church this Sunday?" The rector answered, "That I cannot promise. But we can expect God to be here, and we fancy that will be incentive enough for a reasonably large audience."

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