Speaking Tour and The Red Sea Crossing

Joseph F. Dumond

Isa 6:9-12 And He said, Go, and tell this people, You hear indeed, but do not understand; and seeing you see, but do not know. Make the heart of this people fat, and make their ears heavy, and shut their eyes; lest they see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and understand with their hearts, and turn back, and be healed. Then I said, Lord, how long? And He answered, Until the cities are wasted without inhabitant, and the houses without man, and the land laid waste, a desolation, and until Jehovah has moved men far away, and the desolation in the midst of the land is great.
Published: Mar 1, 2008

Sighted Moon News Letter 5843-054

22nd day of the twelfth month 5843 years after creation

March 1 2008

Shabbat Shalom Family,

Friday Morning I left the house at 5AM to catch the plane to Dallas Texas, where I was to meet Stan Johnson of the Prophesy Club. I arrived at 11:30 and the person who was to pick me up was at the wrong terminal. I waited a couple of hours before Stan came after we could not get the man on his cell phone.
We then ended up parked in a huge traffic jam, due to Hillary Clinton attending the funeral of the police officer who had died in her motorcade a few day back.
When we finally got back to Stan’s house, we set to work on the Jubilee presentation. The changes do help and I like what we have done.

I was then asked if I would conduct a Shabbat service for those who come out to keep Shabbat. I was asked to teach on the Holy Days. So without notes and only Leviticus 23 to guide me we spoke for 1 /12 hours and only got as far as the wave offering. Stan then got up and asked the people there what they thought. Most of them said they had never heard the things I am saying. They had no idea how deep and meaningful the Holy Days are and how much they are referred to in most religions but with out the knowledge of what they mean. One man said I forced them to stretch their minds. To think. I liked that.

There was a 9 year girl in the audience and I asked her to come up to teach the adults how to count to three. She then showed them how to count to seven. I used her each time we had to count to a Holy Day or for how many days the messiah was to be in the earth.

Another comment was made that I did not come in here with my nose in the air. Because I knew these things and they did not. So many want to know, but to many of the those who teach are too arrogant or ignorant of how little they knew when they first began to learn. These people liked the fact that I spoke to them and engaged them in the teaching, and did not talk over top of them

The night before I left I had a conversation with my Aunt, and Uncle. They were telling me about how many of my relatives, that they had talked to, who are getting the News Letter, are trying to understand those things I am saying. Much of what I am teaching is a grade 12 or college level, and many of those who are reading the News Letter are in kindergarten or a primary grade. So I need to go back and teach the basic things.

Uncle Art, said that if they don’t like what you say they can just go suck salt. We had a huge laugh over this statement. You can see where I get some of my forthright attitude from.

Stan also asked if I would be willing to teach the basic teachings on the Sabbath and the Holy Days. Each one in detail and one at a time. He seems to like the easy going attitude I am showing when I am teaching. Because I really do want people to understand, and I am not there to make them feel stupid or ignorant.
Brethren, I do not know everything, in fact I do not know many things. But what I do know I am willing to share with any one who is willing to listen. We need more teachers. The harvest is ripe and the laborers are few. And the time is very short.

I look forward to meeting as many of you as I can on this tour. I hope you will come out and give me your moral support.
We have had a long series of heavy and deep News Letters, and to those of you who read them all, congratulations.

I am now going to present you all with a some information on the Exodus. It is an interesting story and again it will cause many of you to just think a little. It is also in line with the time of year we are now entering into. The beginning of the new year and the Passover season.

Past News Letters can be read in the Newsletter Archive

Joseph F Dumond


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