For We Wrestle Not Against Flesh and Blood! (Part VII: YHVH – Yeshua-You)

A friend of mine unknowingly confirmed the necessity of this article in a totally unrelated email. Thanks Kathy!

AUTHOR’S NOTE: I want to take this opportunity to thank the many new readers that have come to the site from all over the world. For at least 2 days there were more readers coming from India than even the U.S. Thank you. Also, I did notice a single reader from Vietnam and that gave me great joy. Thank you for taking the time to come to Codgerville!!! Raphael, as always, I want to thank you and you friends in Brazil for your continued interest. John, thank you very much for your interest. And, finally, I would like to explain that I started this article almost 2 weeks ago now but have been under the weather since I began the article and I am, only now, getting strong enough to continue it. I took 6 pages of notes, front and back and single-spaced and as I look at them my only thought is: “Huh?” So please bear with me.*** Continue reading

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For We Wrestle Not Against Flesh and Blood! (Part VI: The AntiChrist and The Mark)

****PLEASE NOTE: THIS ARTICLE WILL OFFEND SOME AND HELP OTHERS. FOR THOSE THAT ARE OFFENDED, IF YOU LEAVE A COMMENT I WILL POST IT IF YOU ARE RESPECTFUL OF EVERYONE ELSE AND DO NOT USE OBSCENITY OR INSULTING LANGUAGE.

**On the lighter side: I saw a bumper sticker during the second Clinton administration that read “If Bill Clinton is the answer it must have been a stupid question.” Please remember this as you go through this article and are given the tools to frame the question. Continue reading

It Really is This Simple.

((Please read this in its entirety and then all of you tell me what it is about. What verse, chapter, book or part of the Bible that is referred to by this very simple play. I apologize for its simplicity but I hope that you enjoy it.))

Narrator: Mr. ben-Abraham is a successful farmer in Israel and has 3 sons and only one daughter, Dinah. In the nearby village lives Mr. ben-David, who is a respected merchant. Mr. ben-David has only one son remaining at home, Yehoshua (Joshua). Joshua is two years older than Dinah but has been in love with her from afar for more than just a few years. Oftentimes, when Dinah and her mother and aunts come to town Joshua would step out into the street from his father’s shop to greet the ladies as they walked past and inquire whether or not they needed anything or any help with their bundles and packages. Now, Joshua goes to his father and presents his proposal for a marriage. Continue reading