The Blue in the Corner

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: Apr 22, 2022

News Letter 5858-008
The 6th Year of the 4th Sabbatical Cycle
The 27th year of the 120th Jubilee Cycle
The 20th day of the 2nd month 5858 years after the creation of Adam
The 4th Sabbatical Cycle after the 119th Jubilee Cycle
The Sabbatical Cycle of Sword, Famines, and Pestilence
The 3rd year Tithe

April 23, 2022

Shabbat Shalom Royal Family of Yehovah,

Shabbat Zoom Meeting

There are many people in need of fellowship and who are sitting at home on the Sabbath with no one to talk to or debate with. I want to encourage all of you to join us on Shabbat, and to invite others to come and join us as well. If the time is not convenient then you can listen to the teaching and the midrash after on our YouTube channel.

What are we doing and why do we teach this way?

We are going to discuss both sides of an issue and then let you choose. It is the work of the Ruach (Spirit) to direct and to teach you.

The medieval commentator Rashi wrote that the Hebrew word for wrestle (avek) implies that Jacob was “tied”, for the same word is used to describe knotted fringes in a Jewish prayer shawl, the tzitzityot. Rashi says, “thus is the manner of two people who struggle to overthrow each other, that one embraces the other and knots him with his arms”.

Our intellectual wrestling has been replaced by a different kind of struggle. We are Wrestling with Yehovah as we grapple with His Word. It is an intimate act, symbolizing a relationship in which Yehovah and I and you are bound together. My wrestling is a struggle to discover what Yehovah expects of us, and we are “tied” to the One who assists us in that struggle.

Today, many say Israel means “Champion of God”, or better — the “Wrestler of God”.

Our Torah sessions each Shabbat teach you and encourage you to constantly challenge, question, argue against, as well as view alternative views and explanations of the Word. In other words, we are to “wrestle with the Word” to get to the truth. Jews worldwide believe that you need to wrestle with the Word and constantly challenge Dogma, Theology, and views or else you will never get to the Truth.

We are not like most churches where “The preacher talks and everyone listens.” We encourage everyone to participate, to question and to contribute what they know on the subject being discussed. We want you to be a champion wrestler of the Word of Yehovah. We want you to wear the title of Israel, knowing that you not only know but are capable to explain why you know the Torah to be true with logic and facts.

We have a few rules though. Let others talk and listen. There is no discussion about UFO’s Nephilim, Vaccines or conspiracy-type subjects. We have people from around the world with different world views. Not everyone cares who is the President of any particular country. Treat each other with respect as Fellow wrestlers of the word. Some of our subjects are hard to understand and require you to be mature and if you do not know, then listen to gain knowledge and understanding and hopefully wisdom. The very things you are commanded to ask Yehovah for and He gives to those who ask.

Jas 1:5  But if any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all liberally and with no reproach, and it shall be given to him.

We hope you can invite those who want to keep Torah to come and join us by hitting the link below. It is almost like a Torah teaching fellowship talk show with people from around the world taking part and sharing their insights and understandings.

We start off with some music and then some prayers and it’s as though you were sitting around the kitchen back in Newfoundland having a cup of coffee and all of us enjoying each other’s company. I hope you will grace us with your company someday.

Sabbath services begin April 23 at 12:30 PM EDT we will be doing prayers songs and teaching from this hour.

Shabbat Services will begin at 1:15 pm Eastern.

We look forward to you joining our family and getting to know us as we get to know you.

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Septennial Torah Portion

If you go to Torah Portion at our archived section, you can then go to the 6th year which is the 6th year of the Sabbatical Cycle, the one we are in now, as we state at the top of every News Letter. There you can scroll down to April 23, 2022, and see that this Shabbat we could very well be midrashing about

Exodus 37

Jeremiah 7-9

Proverbs 9-10

Acts 7:23-60

If you missed last week’s exciting discoveries as we studied that section you can go and watch past Shabbats on our media section.

Counting the Omer

It is shocking and amazing to realize we are already about to begin the 6th week of counting the Omer starting this Sunday, April 24, 2022. But most of the Karaites and those who follow them are only now about to begin their count.

Today is the seventh day of the fifth week of seven weeks. Today is the thirty-fifth day of the counting of fifty days from the day of the waving of the Omer on the morrow after the Sabbath. Today is Sabbath, the fifth Sabbath of seven Sabbaths. Today completes the fifth week of seven weeks.

Psa 67:1  Elohim does favour us and bless us, Cause His face to shine upon us. Selah.
Psa 67:2  For Your way to be known on earth, Your deliverance among all nations.
Psa 67:3  Let the peoples praise You, O Elohim, Let all the peoples praise You.
Psa 67:4  Let the nations be glad and sing for joy! For You judge the peoples uprightly, And lead the nations on earth. Selah.
Psa 67:5  Let the peoples praise You, O Elohim; Let all the peoples praise You.
Psa 67:6  The earth shall give her increase; Elohim, our own Elohim, blesses us!
Psa 67:7  Elohim blesses us! And all the ends of the earth fear Him!

Day Thirty-Five | Yehovah, the King Psalm 93:1-5

Psa 93:1  Yehovah shall reign, He shall put on excellency; Yehovah shall put on strength; He shall gird Himself. Indeed, the world is established, immovable.
Psa 93:2  Your throne is established from of old; You are from everlasting.
Psa 93:3  Rivers shall lift up, O Yehovah, Rivers shall lift up their voice; Rivers lift up their breakers.
Psa 93:4  Yehovah on high is mightier Than the noise of many waters, The mighty breakers of the sea.
Psa 93:5  Your witnesses have been very trustworthy. Set-apartness befits Your house, O Yehovah, forever.


Today is the first day of the sixth week of seven weeks. Today is the thirty-sixth day of the counting of fifty days from the day of the waving of the Omer on the morrow after the Sabbath.

Psa 67:1  Elohim does favour us and bless us, Cause His face to shine upon us. Selah.
Psa 67:2  For Your way to be known on earth, Your deliverance among all nations.
Psa 67:3  Let the peoples praise You, O Elohim, Let all the peoples praise You.
Psa 67:4  Let the nations be glad and sing for joy! For You judge the peoples uprightly, And lead the nations on earth. Selah.
Psa 67:5  Let the peoples praise You, O Elohim; Let all the peoples praise You.
Psa 67:6  The earth shall give her increase; Elohim, our own Elohim, blesses us!
Psa 67:7  Elohim blesses us! And all the ends of the earth fear Him!

Day Thirty-Six | Yehovah, the Judge Psalm 94:12-23

Psa 94:12  Blessed is the man You discipline, O Yah, And instruct out of Your Torah,
Psa 94:13  To give him rest from the days of evil, Until the pit is dug for the wrong.
Psa 94:14  For Yehovah does not leave His people, Nor does He forsake His inheritance.
Psa 94:15  For right-ruling returns man to righteousness, And all the upright in heart follow it.
Psa 94:16  Who would rise up for me against evil-doers? Who would stand up for me against workers of wickedness?
Psa 94:17  If Yehovah had not been my help, My being would soon have settled in silence.
Psa 94:18  When I said, “My foot has slipped,” Your loving-commitment, O Yehovah, supported me.
Psa 94:19  When anxiety was great within me, Your comforts delighted my being.
Psa 94:20  Would a throne of destruction, Which devises trouble by law, Be joined with You?
Psa 94:21  They band together against the life of the righteous, And declare innocent blood wrong.
Psa 94:22  But Yehovah is my defense, And my Elohim the rock of my refuge,
Psa 94:23  And brings back on them their own wickedness, And cuts them off in their own wrongdoing; Yehovah our Elohim does cut them off.

Today is the second day of the sixth week of seven weeks, the thirty-seventh day of the counting of fifty days from the day of the waving of the Omer on the morrow after the Sabbath.

Psa 67:1  Elohim does favour us and bless us, Cause His face to shine upon us. Selah.
Psa 67:2  For Your way to be known on earth, Your deliverance among all nations.
Psa 67:3  Let the peoples praise You, O Elohim, Let all the peoples praise You.
Psa 67:4  Let the nations be glad and sing for joy! For You judge the peoples uprightly, And lead the nations on earth. Selah.
Psa 67:5  Let the peoples praise You, O Elohim; Let all the peoples praise You.
Psa 67:6  The earth shall give her increase; Elohim, our own Elohim, blesses us!
Psa 67:7  Elohim blesses us! And all the ends of the earth fear Him!

Day Thirty-Seven | A Song of Praise Psalm 95:1-7

Psa 95:1  Come, let us sing to Yehovah! Let us raise a shout to the Rock of our deliverance.
Psa 95:2  Let us come before His face with thanksgiving; Let us raise a shout to Him in song.
Psa 95:3  For Yehovah is a great ?l, And a great Sovereign above all mighty ones.
Psa 95:4  In whose hand are the depths of the earth; The mountain peaks are His also.
Psa 95:5  His is the sea, for He made it; And His hands formed the dry land.
Psa 95:6  Come, let us bow down and bend low, Let us kneel before Yehovah our Maker.
Psa 95:7  For He is our Elohim, And we are the people of His pasture, And the sheep of His hand. Today, if you would hear His voice:

Today is the third day of the sixth week of seven weeks, the thirty-eighth day of the counting of fifty days from the day of the waving of the Omer on the morrow after the Sabbath.

Psa 67:1  Elohim does favour us and bless us, Cause His face to shine upon us. Selah.
Psa 67:2  For Your way to be known on earth, Your deliverance among all nations.
Psa 67:3  Let the peoples praise You, O Elohim, Let all the peoples praise You.
Psa 67:4  Let the nations be glad and sing for joy! For You judge the peoples uprightly, And lead the nations on earth. Selah.
Psa 67:5  Let the peoples praise You, O Elohim; Let all the peoples praise You.
Psa 67:6  The earth shall give her increase; Elohim, our own Elohim, blesses us!
Psa 67:7  Elohim blesses us! And all the ends of the earth fear Him! 

Day Thirty-Eight | Yehovah, the Supreme King Psalm 96:1-13 (14)

Psa 96:4  For great is Yehovah and greatly to be praised, He is to be feared above all mighty ones.
Psa 96:5  For all the mighty ones of the peoples are matters of naught, But Yehovah made the heavens.
Psa 96:6  Excellency and splendour are before Him, Strength and comeliness are in His set-apart place.
Psa 96:7  Ascribe to Yehovah, O clans of the peoples, Ascribe to Yehovah esteem and strength.
Psa 96:8  Ascribe to Yehovah the esteem of His Name; Bring an offering, and come into His courts.
Psa 96:9  Bow yourselves to Yehovah, In the splendour of set-apartness! Tremble before Him, all the earth.
Psa 96:10  Say among nations, “Yehvoah shall reign. The world also is established, immovable. He judges the peoples in straightness.”
Psa 96:11  Let the heavens rejoice, and let the earth be glad; Let the sea roar, and all that fills it;
Psa 96:12  Let the field exult, and all that is in it. Let all the trees of the forest then shout for joy,
Psa 96:13  At the presence of Yehovah. For He shall come, For He shall come to judge the earth. He judges the world in righteousness,a And the peoples with His truth. Footnote: aSee also Psa 98:9, Act 17:31, Rev 19:11.

Today is the fourth day of the sixth week of seven weeks, the thirty-ninth day of the counting of fifty days from the day of the waving of the Omer on the morrow after the Sabbath.

Psa 67:1  Elohim does favour us and bless us, Cause His face to shine upon us. Selah.
Psa 67:2  For Your way to be known on earth, Your deliverance among all nations.
Psa 67:3  Let the peoples praise You, O Elohim, Let all the peoples praise You.
Psa 67:4  Let the nations be glad and sing for joy! For You judge the peoples uprightly, And lead the nations on earth. Selah.
Psa 67:5  Let the peoples praise You, O Elohim; Let all the peoples praise You.
Psa 67:6  The earth shall give her increase; Elohim, our own Elohim, blesses us!
Psa 67:7  Elohim blesses us! And all the ends of the earth fear Him!

Day Thirty-Nine | Yehovah, the Ruler of the World Psalm 98:1-9

Psa 98:1  Sing to Yehovah a new song! For He has done wonders; His right hand and His set-apart arm Have brought Him deliverance.
Psa 98:2  Yehovah has made known His deliverance; His righteousness He has openly shown Before the eyes of the nations.
Psa 98:3  He has remembered His loving-commitment And His trustworthiness to the house of Yisra’?l; All the ends of the earth have seen The deliverance of our Elohim.
Psa 98:4  Raise a shout to Yehovah, all the earth; Break forth in song, rejoice, and sing praises.
Psa 98:5  Sing to Yehovah with the lyre, With the lyre and the voice of a song,
Psa 98:6  With trumpets and a voice of a shophar; Raise a shout before Yehovah, the Sovereign.
Psa 98:7  Let the sea roar, and all that fills it, The world and those who dwell in it.
Psa 98:8  Let the rivers clap their hands, Let the mountains sing together for joy before Yehovah,
Psa 98:9  For He shall come to judge the earth. He judges the world in righteousness, And the people in straightness.

Today is the fifth day of the sixth week of seven weeks, the fortieth day of the counting of fifty days from the day of the waving of the Omer on the morrow after the Sabbath.

Psa 67:1  Elohim does favour us and bless us, Cause His face to shine upon us. Selah.
Psa 67:2  For Your way to be known on earth, Your deliverance among all nations.
Psa 67:3  Let the peoples praise You, O Elohim, Let all the peoples praise You.
Psa 67:4  Let the nations be glad and sing for joy! For You judge the peoples uprightly, And lead the nations on earth. Selah.
Psa 67:5  Let the peoples praise You, O Elohim; Let all the peoples praise You.
Psa 67:6  The earth shall give her increase; Elohim, our own Elohim, blesses us!
Psa 67:7  Elohim blesses us! And all the ends of the earth fear Him!

Day Forty | Yehovah, the Supreme King Psalm 99:1-9

Psa 99:1  Yehovah shall reign; Peoples tremble! He is enthroned on the keru?im; The earth shakes!
Psa 99:2  Yehovah is great in Tsiyon, And He is high above all the peoples.
Psa 99:3  They praise Your Name, great and awesome, It is set-apart.
Psa 99:4  And the strength of the Sovereign Shall love right-ruling; You Yourself shall establish straightness; You shall execute right-ruling And righteousness in Ya?aqo?.
Psa 99:5  Exalt Yehovah our Elohim, And bow yourselves at His footstool, He is set-apart.
Psa 99:6  Mosheh and Aharon were among His priests, And Shemu’?l was among those calling upon His Name. They called upon Yehovah, and He answered them.
Psa 99:7  He spoke to them in the column of cloud; They guarded His witnesses And the law He gave them.
Psa 99:8  You answered them, O Yehovah our Elohim. You were a forgiving ?l to them, Though You took vengeance on their deeds.
Psa 99:9  Exalt Yehovah our Elohim, And bow down towards His set-apart mountain; For Yehovah our Elohim is set-apart.

Today is the sixth day of the sixth week of seven weeks, the forty-first day of the counting of fifty days from the day of the waving of the Omer on the morrow after the Sabbath.

Psa 67:1  Elohim does favour us and bless us, Cause His face to shine upon us. Selah.
Psa 67:2  For Your way to be known on earth, Your deliverance among all nations.
Psa 67:3  Let the peoples praise You, O Elohim, Let all the peoples praise You.
Psa 67:4  Let the nations be glad and sing for joy! For You judge the peoples uprightly, And lead the nations on earth. Selah.
Psa 67:5  Let the peoples praise You, O Elohim; Let all the peoples praise You.
Psa 67:6  The earth shall give her increase; Elohim, our own Elohim, blesses us!
Psa 67:7  Elohim blesses us! And all the ends of the earth fear Him!

Day Forty-One | The Love of Yehovah Psalm 103:1-22

Psa 103:1  Bless Yehovah, O my being, And all that is within me, Bless His set-apart Name!
Psa 103:2  Bless Yehovah, O my being, And do not forget all His dealings,
Psa 103:3  Who forgives all your crookednesses, Who heals all your diseases,
Psa 103:4  Who redeems your life from destruction, Who crowns you with loving-commitment and compassion,
Psa 103:5  Who satisfies your desire with the good, Your youth is renewed like the eagle’s.
Psa 103:6  Yehovah is doing righteousness And right-ruling for all the oppressed.
Psa 103:7  He made known His ways to Mosheh, His acts to the children of Yisra’?l.
Psa 103:8  Yehovah is compassionate and showing favour, Patient, and great in loving-commitment.
Psa 103:9  He does not always strive, nor maintain it forever.
Psa 103:10  He has not done to us according to our sins, Nor rewarded us according to our crookednesses.
Psa 103:11  For as the heavens are high above the earth, So great is His loving-commitment toward those who fear Him;
Psa 103:12  As far as east is from west, So far has He removed our transgressions from us.
Psa 103:13  As a father has compassion for his children, So Yehovah has compassion for those who fear Him.
Psa 103:14  For He knows how we are made; He remembers that we are dust.
Psa 103:15  A man’s days are like grass; As a flower of the field, so he flourishes.
Psa 103:16  For the wind blows over it, and it is no more, And its place no longer remembers it.
Psa 103:17  But the loving-commitment of Yehovah Is from everlasting to everlasting Upon those who fear Him, And His righteousness to children’s children,
Psa 103:18  To those who guard His covenant, And to those who remember His orders to do them.
Psa 103:19  Yehovah has established His throne in the heavens, And His reign shall rule over all.
Psa 103:20  Bless Yehovah, you His messengers, Mighty in power, who do His Word, Listening to the voice of His Word.
Psa 103:21  Bless Yehovah, all you His hosts, You His servants, who do His pleasure.
Psa 103:22  Bless Yehovah, all His works, In all places of His rule. Bless Yehovah, O my being!

Today is the seventh day of the sixth week of seven weeks, the forty-second day of the counting of fifty days from the day of the waving of the Omer on the morrow after the Sabbath. Today is Sabbath, the sixth Sabbath of seven Sabbaths. Today completes the sixth week of seven weeks.

Psa 67:1  Elohim does favour us and bless us, Cause His face to shine upon us. Selah.
Psa 67:2  For Your way to be known on earth, Your deliverance among all nations.
Psa 67:3  Let the peoples praise You, O Elohim, Let all the peoples praise You.
Psa 67:4  Let the nations be glad and sing for joy! For You judge the peoples uprightly, And lead the nations on earth. Selah.
Psa 67:5  Let the peoples praise You, O Elohim; Let all the peoples praise You.
Psa 67:6  The earth shall give her increase; Elohim, our own Elohim, blesses us!
Psa 67:7  Elohim blesses us! And all the ends of the earth fear Him!

Day Forty-Two | Yehovah & His People (Part VI) Psalm 105:1-11

Psa 105:1  Give thanks to Yehovah! Call upon His Name, Make known His deeds among the peoples.
Psa 105:2  Sing to Him, sing praise to Him; Speak of all His wonders.
Psa 105:3  Make your boast in His set-apart Name; Let the hearts rejoice of those seeking ????.
Psa 105:4  Seek Yehovah and His strength; Seek His face always.
Psa 105:5  Remember His wonders which He has done, His miracles, and the right-rulings of His mouth,
Psa 105:6  O seed of A?raham His servant, Children of Ya?aqo?, His chosen ones!
Psa 105:7  He is Yehovah our Elohim; His right-rulings are in all the earth.
Psa 105:8  He has remembered His covenant forever, The Word He commanded, for a thousand generations,
Psa 105:9  The covenant He made with A?raham, And His oath to Yits?aq,
Psa 105:10  And established it to Ya?aqo? for a law, To Yisra’?l – an everlasting covenant,
Psa 105:11  Saying, “To you I give the land of Kena?an, The portion of your inheritance.”

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World News and Events

While Randy and I were in Israel keeping Passover in March this year, Ramadam began Friday, April 1, 2022, and goes for one month. They began on the sighting of the crescent moon.

While we were in Saudi Arabia they had a week leading up to Ramadam which was a week to practice fasting. They do this to get ready for the coming month in which they do not eat during the day. Many businesses are also closed during the day and after sunset, they can then eat and do their business.

It was in the lead-up to Ramadam that the terrorist attacks began in Israel. We saw on two occasions the rushing of Ambulance past us to an attack. Since then we have also seen how this tension increased until there were riots on the Temple Mount and rocks thrown from there down at those who were praying at the wailing wall.

This week my alarm for rockets is going off indicating rockets are being sent from Gaza to Israel. And I also heard Israel struck Gaza on April 21, 2022. What is going on to cause this?

There are a number of reports like the following which support this.

Muslims believes that Israel will cease to exist one day. this prophecy that the Quran mentioned in the chapter of Isra

4. And We conveyed to the Children of Israel in the Scripture: You will commit evil on earth twice, and you will rise to a great height.

5. When the first of the two promises came true, We sent against you servants of Ours, possessing great might, and they ransacked your homes. It was a promise fulfilled.

6. Then We gave you back your turn against them, and supplied you with wealth and children, and made you more numerous.

7. If you work righteousness, you work righteousness for yourselves; and if you commit evil, you do so against yourselves. Then, when the second promise comes true, they will make your faces filled with sorrow, and enter the Temple as they entered it the first time, and utterly destroy all that falls into their power.

None of Old Muslim scholars had ever predicted which year it is going to happen. it was only in the year 1990 that Bassam Jarrar a Palestinian religious man did a numeric research in the case, his research came out with about 10 evidences that 2022 is the promised year, the numbers of evidences increased by the years and goes to about 100 at this time. His research found out the years of many events that already happened in the past. But he keeps mentioning that he is not 100% sure of it and he only presents his evidences to the people to believe or not. Still the majority of Muslim do not believe in the prophecy of the year 2022.

We also have this report as well.

Are the recent terror attacks by Palestinians being driven by Islamic prophecies that predict Israel’s imminent downfall?

Palestinian social media is apparently abuzz with anticipation that Israel will cease to exist during this year’s month of Ramadan, which begins this weekend. These predictions are based on a few different sources.

Mohammad Makram Balawi, a Palestinian writer and academic based in Istanbul and president of Asia Middle East Forum, pointed to a few of these in an article on Middle East Monitor.

“For many Palestinians, 2022 is a very special year as it marks the beginning of the ‘downfall’ of the Israeli occupation,” Balawi wrote in February. “This belief is widely spread by some Muslim religious scholars, Palestinian and non-Palestinian, especially the well-known Sheikh Bassaam Jarrār. Jarrār delivers his speeches at a local mosque in the outskirts of Ramallah in the West Bank.”

Jarrār’s claims, Balawi said, were not made as a certainty, but estimated them as 97% certain based on his deciphering of the Quran’s foretelling of “the liberation of Palestine and the end of Israel.”

“His theory is, indeed, not new. He started voicing his ideas in the nineties, based on an old mathematical calculation system known as Hisāb al-Jummal, which is thousands of years old. It is a numerical system used by Arabs before the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and known by other civilisations and religions, including Judaism,” Balawi said.

“According to a specialised website: ‘The Abjad numerals, also called Hisāb al-Jummal, are a decimal alphabetic numeral system/alphanumeric code, in which the 28 letters of the Arabic alphabet are assigned numerical values,’ better known in English as Arabic Geometric Numerology. According to Jarrār’s calculations, based on many Quranic texts, 2022 represents the actual beginning of Israel’s downfall. On 5 March, 2022, according to Jarrār, a huge event will mark the beginning of the ‘Israeli downfall.’ How it will happen is not yet clear.”

The Jewish Press ran an article this week about Jarrār’s 1997 book titled, “Israel’s Disappearance in 2022 – Quran Prophecy or Numerical Coincidence.”

“Jarrār draws his conclusions based on an examination of the number 19 – a significant number in Islam – and its duplications in verses and words in the Qur’an, he also links these conclusions with a ‘legend or prophecy’ attributed to a Jewish old woman according to which the State of Israel will exist for 76 years (19×4).”

Hamas founder and spiritual leader Ahmad Yassin – assassinated by Israel in 2004 – made a similar prediction that “in the first 25 of the 21st century, the balance of power will shift to the benefit of the Palestinian people and the Arab and Islamic nation, and this will lead to the victory and final disappearance of the ‘Hebrew state.’”

Balawi also noted the seven reasons that a Muslim scholar from Iraq, Sheikh Mohammed Ahmed Al-Rashed, presented for Israel’s collapse in 2022 one of which is based on a story told by a Jewish woman who was his neighbor in Baghdad. He said he told her that once Israel became a state, it would last only 76 years.

Other predictions listed in the Jewish Press included Hamas Interior Minister Fathi Hamad saying in 2014 that the Palestinians will liberate all of Palestine “within eight years” and a Lebanese imam, Maher Hamoud, saying in 2015 that “according to calculations based on the Quran the end of Israel will be in 2022.”

Balawi speculated in his article last month “how these prophecies might affect the attitudes and behaviors of the people who believe in them.”

“Yet, we will find many in the traumatized Arab world who would wait for them to come true,” he concluded.

I do not think it will come in 2022. But it is coming as predicted by your very own Torah and Prophets.


We have been warning of sword famine and plague coming to the world starting in 2020. We have been warning of this since we learned it in 2005. We have published book after book proclaiming it. We have been ridiculed and laughed at for doing so.

We have explained the curses of Lev 26 over and over to you. And we showed you those 5 curses of Lev 26 lined up with and matched the first 5 Sabbatical Cycles on this the 120th Jubilee Cycle. And still we were mocked and discredited.

Punishment for Disobedience

Lev 26:14  But if you will not listen to Me, and will not do all these commandments,

Lev 26:15  and if you shall despise My statutes, or if your soul hates My judgments, so that you will not do all My commandments, so that you break My covenant;

Lev 26:16  I will also do this to you: I will even appoint terror over you, consumption, and burning fever, consuming the eyes and causing sorrow of heart. And you shall sow your seed in vain, for your enemies shall eat it.

Lev 26:17  And I will set My face against you, and you shall be slain before your enemies. They that hate you shall reign over you. And you shall flee when none pursues you.

Lev 26:18  And if you will not yet listen to Me for all this, then I will punish you seven times more for your sins.

Lev 26:19  And I will break the pride of your power, and I will make your heaven like iron and your earth like bronze.

Lev 26:20  And your strength shall be spent in vain. For your land shall not yield its increase, neither shall the trees of the field yield their fruits.

Lev 26:21  And if you walk contrary to Me, and will not listen to Me, I will bring seven times more plagues on you according to your sins.

Lev 26:22  I will also send wild beasts among you, who shall bereave you. And I will destroy your cattle, and make you few. And your highways shall be deserted.

Lev 26:23  And if you will not be reformed by Me by these things, but will still walk contrary to Me,

Lev 26:24   then I will walk contrary to you and will punish you seven times more for your sins.

Lev 26:25  And I will bring a sword on you that shall execute the vengeance of the covenant. And when you are gathered inside your cities, I will send the plague among you. And you shall be delivered into the hand of the enemy.

Lev 26:26  When I have broken the staff of your bread, ten women shall bake your bread in one oven, and they shall deliver you your bread again by weight. And you shall eat and not be satisfied.

Lev 26:27  And if you will not for all of this listen to Me, but will walk contrary to Me,

Lev 26:28  then I will walk contrary to you also in fury. And I, even I, will chastise you seven times for your sins.

Lev 26:29  And you shall eat the flesh of your sons, and the flesh of your daughters you shall eat.

On March 11, 2020, the very day we were celebrating Passover that year, one month before most others, The W.H.O. declared a worldwide pandemic and the world went into lockdown.

We had expected war to break out this year of 2020, but Yehovah first sent the plague as it were a warning shot across the bow of our ship for us to turn back or it could get worse. Our prayer houses around the world were closed. Mosque, church, synagogue and all the rest were shut down.

This then prompted us to pay attention to the prophecy about the abomination which was to be set up 1290 days after the daily was ended. Were these the daily prayers, that went on in the places of worship. We do not know. But we are watching.

Tensions in the USA rose into riots on May 31, 2020. The very day we were warning about. These tensions still linger in the USA today, but then Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, 2022. The New Year began on March 5, 2022.

The EU and the USA were treading very carefully, not wanting to get into a world war with Russia. the consequences of this war are though worldwide in the effect that it is causing. Prices of everything are shooting through the roof.

Is the new normal too expensive? Inflation creating affordability concerns
With Canada’s annual inflation at its highest point in over 30 years, experts say Canadians can anticipate everything from filling up your car to eating at a restaurant with friends to cost more than what it used to, warning that prices will likely not decrease for some time.

With Canada’s annual inflation at its highest point in over 30 years, experts say Canadians can anticipate their cost of living to increase significantly, warning that prices will likely not decrease for some time.

According to Statistics Canada, the annual rate of inflation hit 6.7 per cent in March, the fastest year-over-year increase in the consumer price index in over 31 years.

StatCan noted in its consumer price index this is the highest reading since inflation hit 6.9 per cent back in January 1991 when the GST was introduced.

Experts say a number of global factors continue to impact inflation, specifically prices for oil and food, including Russia’s war in Ukraine and supply chain issues due to the COVID-19 pandemic – issues that likely won’t be resolved anytime soon.

Another factor, experts say is that wages have not increased with the sudden rise in inflation, limiting consumers’ purchasing power across income levels.

As a result, everything from filling up your car to eating at a restaurant with friends is expected to cost more than what it used to.

Read in CTV News:

We have COVID causing worldwide supply chain disruptions.

We have Oil and food prices soaring.

We have 30% of the world’s wheat offline because of the Ukraine war and the seaports they would send any products through, are being mined and cut off by the Russian Navy in the Crimea.

We now are seeing USA senators raising the alarm bells which most have dismissed.

On March 29, 2022 David Beasly reported the following.

Ukraine has long been known as the breadbasket of Europe. Together, Ukraine and Russia supply 30% of the world’s wheat and barley. Now, with the food supply chain fractured by war, global food security is under severe threat. David Beasley is executive director of the World Food Programme and he speaks with Hari Sreenivasan about why the world must act now.

We have gone from about 80 million in 2017 who had food insecurity and were starving to 135 million in 2020 and this number is before COVID. This increase was due to climate change and war. After COVID that number jumped to 276 Million people starving and in famine mode due supply chain disruptions as well as climate change. Now with the war in Ukraine the availability of food just had 30% taken away. Which people that are currently starving do we take food away from to feed the multiple millions that are now going to go hungry?

We reported this past month how many countries were no longer exporting wheat and grains to keep them for their own populations. To feed a syrian refugee in Syria cost 35 cents a day. To feed that same refugee in Germany after they flee cost $70 per day.

Millions in Africa and Central America are about to mass migrate because of the lack of food due to prices increasing and crop failures due to climate change. What will then happen to Europe and the USA when they invade those countries for food?

Yehovah is sending out His second shot across the bow. Is anyone listening? Are you listening? Are you warning others?

We are now in the 6th year of this 4th Sabbatical Cycle. The cycle of war plague and famine. You are commanded to look after the widows this year. You are also commanded to store up food in preparation of the Sabbatical year next year from Aviv 2023 to Aviv 2024. Are you stocking up for the Sabbatical year? Are you stocking up for the coming famine? Are you obeying Yehovah and being prepared? Are you ready for the prices to go even higher as oil and food keep going up? Are you ready to be robbed by those who have nothing left? Are you ready for the chaos that is coming? Are you ready for the droughts and crop failures?

There is only one way to be ready. You must obey Yehovah and do what He has said to do.

The Two Witnesses Are you Listening?

This Sunday is Wave Sheaf Day for those who are keeping Passover this month in April. Those on the Hillel Calendar would have kept it last Sunday if they even bother to keep it all.

So while this Sunday, April 24, 2022, is to many going to be Wave Sheaf Day, even though Becca Biderman, Randy Cates and myself showed multiple videos that the barley was Aviv in the Jordan Valley back on March 16, 2022, and we even went back those fields on Wave Sheaf day March 20 to show just how Aviv the fields were. Even though we presented this evidence many have chosen to ignore it and keep Passover last Sunday evening on April 17 after Sunset.

This week Becca Biderman showed how the Wheat, THE WHEAT, not the barley was now coming into a harvest-ready state on April 19, 2022.

Then on April 19, 2022, from Be’ria near Gaze the following picture of a field of Barley was taken. Notice that we are just two weeks away from Shavuot. We are starting the 6th-week counting of the Omer on Sunday. This then leaves the 7th week next week. Those of us who kept Passover in March will be keeping Shavuot on May 8th. And now the wheat is turning a golden colour as we approach the time when it should be ripe for the FIRST Fruits harvest of wheat. At the same time Barley is still just coming into being ready. It is amazing how Yehovah is showing us, witness, after witness when His Moedim are and still everyone hates those of us who are showing them these truths.

How is it remotely possible for the wheat to be ready for harvesting at the same time as the “First Fruits” of the barley are? This cannot be. And it is not. But those keeping Passover in April have errored and are keeping it one month too late. By doing this they are sinning.

It is time to repent and get back on the Yehovah’s timing. The Barley was declared Aviv by us when we were there in the land of Israel in March. Becca Biderman Randy Cates and I witness this. You need to watch the videos and prove these things to yourself.

You, each and everyone of you are given a commandment in Leviticus.

Lev 19:17  You shall not hate your brother in your heart. You shall always rebuke your neighbor, and not allow sin on him.

You are told that when you see your brother sinning, you are to rebuke him and not allow him to sin.  John expands on this by saying you should love your brother enough to lay down your life for him so that he does not sin.

1Jn 3:15  Everyone hating his brother is a murderer. And you know that no murderer has everlasting life abiding in him.

1Jn 3:16  By this we have known the love of God, because He laid down His life for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for the brothers.

Each of you reading this Newsletter and especially those who have read it for some time KNOW, You KNOW, that the Barley was Aviv and you proved it. You know the Wheat is coming to maturity and yet many of our brothers are only now going to be keeping the Barley Wave Sheaf Day on April 24, 2022.  And many of you are dead silent while your brethren go about sinning.

By your silence you show you hate your brother who is going to be punished by Yehovah for breaking the Holy Day and as Number 9 says they will be cut off. We showed this last week. By being cut off they are going to be executed by Yehovah. Because of your silence they are killed which makes you a murderer by not saying anything. Yehovah is going to hold you accountable!

When I speak out in all the groups I am in, I am called a shit disturber. A trouble maker. And I am hated for disturbing their peaceful celebrations. I then get all the Enochian, Jubilee, Jasher and Dead Sea calendar people jumping on and attacking me. Then those on the Hillel calendar begin to shout out that only the Jews have the right to declare the calendar because Judah was given the right to be a lawmaker. And as such only the Sanhedrin can change the calendar.

I know full well it is an act of frustration and just much better it would be if I put a gun to my head. But then in all the shouting and name-calling and endless attacks and responses, I get one or two posts or private emails from someone who wants to know more and wants to have it explained to them without all the ruckus from the others.

By going through this messy frustrating trial, I was able to reach one or two or more people who are reading and pondering the facts. I have managed to save a few more from being executed for their sins and I will not be found to be a murderer of my brethren.

I would rather just enjoy my time and read more about Yehovah, but I am compelled to speak out against those who are sinning and so are you. SO ARE YOU! You cannot be silent and you’re going to get beat up for doing so.

Just know that they hated all the prophets as you are told in the Bible over and over. They even sawed Isaiah, one of the great prophets in half and they crucified Yehovah who came in person to explain to them His Torah and they hated Him and killed Him as well.

By doing this it will force you to know your p’s and q’s and to explain it properly. You can also use all our material when you explain but you must speak out.

The Song of Songs – A love song for the Covenant

On Shavuot, most synagogues are open all night long for a special reading of the book of Ruth, one of the five megillot (scrolls), along with the Song of Solomon, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes and Esther, that are read on special holidays. The message of Ruth is about a young woman who relied on the Lord to provide for her and her widowed mother-in-law’s basic needs. Ruth gleaned in the harvest fields as she hoped for her kinsman-redeemer to marry her. Although Ruth was not Jewish, she believed in the God of Israel and was rewarded for her faith. In fact, her great-grandson was none other than King David.

During the Shabbat of Passover week it is customary to read the ancient “love song” of King Solomon called Shir Ha­Shirim, or the “Song of Songs.” In Jewish tradition, since Passover marks the time when our “romance” with God officially began, the sages chose this song to celebrate God’s love for his people. And since Passover is also called Chag Ha­Aviv, the festival of spring, the Song is also associated with creativity and hope associated with springtime (Song 2:11­-12).

Son 2:11  For lo, the winter is past, the rain is over; it goes to itself. 12  the flowers appear on the earth; the time of singing has come, and the voice of the turtle-dove is heard in our land;
But it was on Shavuot that Yehovah proposed to us and we all said in one accord three times that all that Yehovah has said we will do.

It was on this day of Pentecost that we made a marriage covenant with Yehovah. We agreed to the terms of this katuba, (marriage contract) three times.

Exo 24:3  And Moses came and told the people all the Words of Jehovah, and all the judgments. And all the people answered with one voice and said, All the words which Jehovah has said, we will do.

Exo 24:7  And he took the book of the covenant, and read in the ears of the people. And they said, All that Jehovah has said we will do, and be obedient.

Exo 19:8  And all the people answered together and said, All that Jehovah has spoken we will do. And Moses returned the words of the people to Jehovah.

The author of the Song of Songs is King Solomon, as indicated by the song’s opening verse: “The Song of Songs, written by Solomon” (Song 1:1). Interestingly, in 1 Kings 4:32 it is stated that “He (Solomon) also spoke 3,000 proverbs, and his songs were 1,005.” Since the Book of Proverbs contains far less that 3,000 proverbs, it is likely that only his best were selected for the book, and while there is a psalm attributed to King Solomon (i.e., Psalm 72), the only other song we have bearing his name is the great “Song of Songs,” which in Hebrew might be rendered “the greatest of songs.” The other songs of Solomon, however, have apparently been lost to us…

The Song is usually interpreted as an allegory of the love affair between God and His people. The Beloved (representing God) therefore says, “As a lily among the thorns, so is my love for you among the daughters?” and the maiden (representing God’s people) replies, “Like an apple tree among the trees of the forest, so is my beloved among the young men. I delight to sit in his shade, and his fruit is sweet to my taste” (Song 2:2­3). The Jewish scholar Maimonides argued that the song was intended to teach about ahavat HaShem, the love of God. The Talmud reports that Rabbi Akiva argued for the inclusion of Song in the canon of the Hebrew Bible by saying that if all the other Books of the Bible are considered to be regarded as “Kedoshim” (holy), then Shir Ha­Shirim must be considered “Kodesh Kodoshim,” the Holiest of the Holy (Megillah 7a). Akiva is reported to have further said, “The whole world attained its supreme value only on the day when the Song of Songs was given to Israel” (Mishnah Yadayim 3:5). Rashi agrees and therefore states that all the references to King Solomon in the song refer to the LORD, the King of the Universe who creates peace in His high places. Soren Kierkegaard likens the Song to a parable about the disguise of love, the tender passion that is hidden so as to elevate the identity of the beloved.

Rashi interpreted the song as an allegory of a young and beautiful woman (the “Shulamite”) who becomes engaged to and then marries a king. However, sometime later, the woman became unfaithful to him, and the king then sent her into exile to live “as a widow.”

Jeremiah shows you that Yehovah said He was our husband.

Jer_31:32  not according to the covenant that I cut with their fathers in the day I took them by the hand to bring them out of the land of Egypt; which covenant of Mine they broke, although I was a husband to them, says Jehovah;

That happened at Shavuot when He proposed to us and we excepted. So this verse about us going into exile as a widow can only happen when we were betrothed, engaged, and at the same time considered to already be married. We can only be widowed then when Yehovah died. The only place where Yehovah could have died was is when Yehovah died on the tree at Passover. The world knows Him as Jesus or Yehshua.

If we, Israel are His widow, then what does that mean for us in the 3rd and 6th year of the Sabbatical Cycles? Perhaps now you can understand just how passionate Yehovah is for the widows and why He fights for them and why they have a special direct line with Yehovah.

Despite his heartache, the king’s love for her remained constant, and he secretly watched over her and protected her from “behind the shutters.” When she finally resolved to return and to be faithful to him alone, the king took her back, with a love that was fully restored. For Rashi, the Jewish [All 13 Tribes of Israel, not just the one tribe of Judah] people were “engaged” to God when He took them out of Egypt. At that time, Israel pledged love and loyalty to God alone at Sinai (a type of “chuppah” or marriage canopy), [see our article below about the Tallit or Chuppa] but later proved to be unfaithful, first with the sin of the Golden Calf, and then through subsequent acts of infidelity. Indeed, her infidelity proved to be so great that God reluctantly sent her into exile. According to Rashi, the opening verse, “Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth, for your love is better than wine” (Song 1:2), is allegorically spoken by Israel in her exile, as she pines away for the former intimacy she once enjoyed with God.

Rashi’s interpretation follows the theme of the Hebrew prophets who sometimes refer to Israel as the wife of Yehovah. According to the prophet Hosea, for instance, idolatry among Israel is likened to adultery that breaches the marriage contract between God and His people. Messianic believers interpret the song as a picture of Yeshua and his followers, collectively called kallat Mashiach, the “bride of Messiah” (Eph. 5:23, 25), or as a picture of Yeshua as the “Bridegroom of the soul” that personally knows and trusts in His love…

When we read this book in our Bibles, it’s important to remember that we are listening to a song, not to a story being recounted… The song is not recited in any sense of chronological order, but rather uses flashbacks and “antiphony” (responsive verses) that come from the Shulamite woman (a Cinderella figure who worked in the vineyards and tended the sheep), the daughters of Jerusalem, the bridegroom, the family of the Shulamite, and so on. Because of this, the Song of Songs has been difficult to interpret, leading Delitzsch to describe it as “the most difficult book of the Old Testament” to understand. Literally interpreted, the song seems unworthy of inclusion into the canon of Scripture, and at times even appears to be written in “bad taste.” Why would such ambiguity attend to a Book that is called “the noblest song,” or “the crown of all songs” in Hebrew? Why would natural love (alone) be so exalted to be regarded as inspired by the Holy Spirit? Mystically understood, the Song is sung to those who are in a loving relationship with God. It describes the interior meaning of the “Holy of Holies,” and therefore is reserved for those who access the sacred region of Divine love, “the secret place of the Most High.”

Some people interpret the song as an idealized version of wedded love. A famous verse from the Song is often inscribed on traditional Jewish wedding rings:

“I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine”

ani l’dodi v’dodi li

symbolizing the devoted union of the two lovers… ?

a·ni · le·do·di · ve·do·di · li ha·ro·eh · ba·sho·sha·nim

“I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine? he grazes among the lilies. (Song 6:3)

The song speaks of sexual love, but in terms that are holy, not carnal. It should be noted that the allegorical interpretation (i.e., as being about God’s love for his people) is stretched when we consider some of the erotic language found in the song, and some commentators warn that we should never mix erotic language with the language of worship… Notwithstanding, the mystics have clearly preferred to regard the song in terms of God’s intimate love for the soul, and the various stanzas are thought to picture the Beloved as God who woos the soul….

He (the beloved) brought me to the banqueting house, “and his banner over me was love”

One day the mysterious shepherd, who travelled with no sheep, told the woman he was leaving but promised he would return for her. The days passed and she waited, but her family and friends began to ridicule her hope. Nonetheless, she loved the shepherd and dreamed of being with him: “On my bed by night I sought him whom my soul loves? I sought him, but found him not” (Song 3:1). She longed to be with her beloved? she missed him, and dreamed of the day they would be together… There were even strange visitations, a fragrance of her lover in the air, that she could not explain. Surely this longing represents the soul’s homesickness for heaven and the Presence of Yeshua… “Make haste, my beloved, and be thou like to a roe or to a young hart upon the mountains of spices.”

Sometime later, as she was working in the vineyard, she saw a caravan approaching, and the cry went forth: “King Solomon is coming!” (Song 3:6­7). Then someone ran to her and said, “The King is asking for you!” But why would the King ask for her? Because the mysterious shepherd had wooed her in disguise ­ in “garments of lowliness” ­ to win her heart before he revealed his true identity (for more on this, see Kierkegaard’s parable of the King and the Maiden). The Voice of the Good Shepherd speaks: “Arise, my love, my fair one, and come away? O my dove, you are in the clefts of the rock” (Song 2:13­14). Like the Shulamite woman, we are hidden in the “clefts of the rock,” though we are not forgotten. The hope of our salvation is fulfilled in God’s love and in our response to that love…

be·rach do·di u·de·meh­le·kha litz·vi, or le·o·fer ha·ai·ya·lim, al ha·rei ve·sa·mim

“Make haste, my beloved! Be like a gazelle or a young stag on the mountains of spices.” (Song 8:14)

Keep in mind that at Shavuot Yehovah placed Moses in the cleft of the rock as He went by.

Exo 33:12  And Moses said to Jehovah, Behold, You say to me, Bring up this people. And You have not told me whom You will send with me. Yet You have said, I know you by name, and you have also found grace in My sight.

Exo 33:13  Now therefore, I pray You, if I have found grace in Your sight, make me see now Your ways, that I may know You, that I may find grace in Your sight. And consider that this nation is Your people.

Exo 33:14  And He said, My presence shall go with you, and I will give you rest.

Exo 33:15  And he said to Him, If Your presence does not go with me, do not carry us up from here.

Exo 33:16  For in what shall it be known that I and Your people have found grace in Your sight? Is it not in that You go with us? So we shall be separated, I and Your people, from all the people that are upon the face of the earth.

Exo 33:17  And Jehovah said to Moses, I will do this thing also that you have spoken. For you have found grace in My sight, and I know you by name.

Exo 33:18  And he said, I beseech You, let me see Your glory.

Exo 33:19  And He said, I will make all My goodness pass before you, and I will proclaim the name of Jehovah before you. And I will be gracious to whom I will be gracious, and will have mercy on whom I will have mercy.

Exo 33:20  And He said, You cannot see My face. For there no man can see Me and live.

Exo 33:21  And Jehovah said, Behold! There is a place by Me, and you shall stand upon a rock.

Exo 33:22  And it will be, while My glory passes by, I will put you in a cleft of the rock, and will cover you with My hand while I pass by.

Exo 33:23  And I will take away My hand, and you shall see My back parts. But My face shall not be seen.

Finally, it should be noted that the Song of Songs is sometimes linked to the “lilies” (i.e., shoshanim) mentioned in Psalm 45, which presents a Messianic vision of the Divine Bridegroom and offers an “ode” for a forthcoming wedding. The imagery of “lilies” appears frequently in the Song of Songs, and similar poetic devices are used in this psalm.

“Hear, O daughter, and consider, and incline your ear: forget your people and your father’s house, and the king will desire your beauty. Since he is your lord, bow to him” (Psalm 45:10­11).

Soon the LORD will return for His betrothed, and then we will finally celebrate the great “marriage” with our King…

[This is what takes place on the 8th Day Feast and this is why Shavuot and The 8th Day are connected] Part 1 & Part 2 The Eighth Day as taught in the Philippines Sukkot 2015.

We have now come to the end of the seven weeks of counting the Omer from the day after the Sabbath during Unleavened Bread. We have again this year renewed our desire to be back in the covenant of Yehovah, just as the song of songs says. Make haste Yehovah make haste for your bride. We have sevened ourselves once again. We have pledged ourselves to obey once again. Help us to keep this pledge always and to be ready with our lamps lit and our oil well supplied for the day when you our King and our Husband come and take us into your chamber and close the door.

The Tallit

In my first year of News Letters, this was one of most favourite articles and it still is. It was shared with me in 2007 and I shared it that same year after Sukkot.

I have wanted to share this study with you all for some time. I have read it over and over and each time it is more revealing than the time before. Print this one off and read it often and share this one study with others.

I wanted to wait until I actually bought a Tallit before I shared this message. So while in Jerusalem this year for Sukkot, (2007) I bought two Tallits from this special Jewish store in the Jewish quarter.

While standing on the Mount of Olives very close to the exact place of the Messiahs murder on the tree, I reviewed the scriptures my Friend uses in this study. When you consider the many things said here in this paper, but ponder them in that place whole understandings jump out at you.

When I shared these words with my friend from New Zealand who has kept this way of life for many years, and with two people from France who are brand new to this way of life they all could easily see and understand the profound meanings of the very scriptures you are about to read. Yet no matter how many times you read them, it will not be until you are there, in Jerusalem, on the Mount of Olives, that they will literally jump off the pages of your bible.

And even if I had the gift to be able to explain this to you in great detail, you will not fully understand until you are standing in that spot and understand the geography of Jerusalem and know who is speaking, and then, maybe, just maybe then, you might see the magnitude and beauty of these scriptures being shared. And only then would they truly be understood.

So while you study this, consider the following questions. The wise will know.
Which way is East?
Where was the Temple of Yehovah?
Where was the shekinah?
Who was the Word?
What is the meaning of Simcha Torah?
What happens to old Torah scrolls?
What secrets are hidden in the constellation of Cancer?
What is the brow?

Until you join me in Israel and sit in this place you will not be able to fully understand. So Pray that He will reveal this most profound truth to you, as you study the following on the Tallit.

1] Dedication:
Dedicated to the noble Bereans that study whether those things be so. Acts 17:10, 11.

And, To those who, like Ruth, have “a love of the Truth.” Zechariah 8:19; 2Thessalonians 2:10.

Under the Shadow of YHWH’s Wings: The Tallit
(The Jewish Prayer Shawl)
And, The Biblical Feasts.

By Stephen W. Kraner

“1. He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty.” Psalm 91:1.

“8. Keep me as the apple of the eye, hide me under the shadow of thy wings,” Psalm 17:8.

“7. Because thou hast been my help, therefore in the shadow of thy wings will I rejoice.” Psalm 63:7.

“2 But unto you that fear my name shall the Sun of righteousness arise with healing in his wings; and ye shall go forth, and grow up as calves of the stall.” Malachi 4:2.

“37 O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, [thou] that killest the prophets, and stonest them which are sent unto thee, how often would I have gathered thy children together, even as a hen gathereth her chickens under [her] wings, and ye would not!” Matthew 23:37.


What does it mean to “abide under the shadow of the Almighty”? What does it mean to “hide under the shadow of [His] wings”? In this paper, two Biblical definitions shall be presented. First, the broad definition will be shown. Then, a Biblically narrower definition will be shown.

The Wings of the Talit

In Numbers 15 there is an account of a man that broke the Sabbath by picking up sticks on the Sabbath:

“32 And while the children of Israel were in the wilderness, they found a man that gathered sticks upon the sabbath day.
33 And they that found him gathering sticks brought him unto Moses and Aaron, and unto all the congregation.
34 And they put him in ward, because it was not declared what should be done to him.
35 And the LORD [YHWH]* said unto Moses, The man shall be surely put to death: all the congregation shall stone him with stones without the camp.
36 And all the congregation brought him without the camp, and stoned him with stones, and he died; as YHWH [the LORD] commanded Moses.” Numbers 15:32-36.

Immediately, in the context of this event is the following command:

“37. And YHWH spake unto Moses, saying, 38 Speak unto the children of Israel, and bid them that they make them fringes [Strong’s H6734, tsiytsith] in the BORDERS [Strong’s H3671, kanaph] of their garments throughout their generations, and that they put upon the fringe [Strong’s H6734] of the BORDERS [Strong’s H3671] a ribband of blue: 39 And it shall be unto you for a fringe [Strong’s H6734], that ye may look upon it, and remember all the commandments of YHWH, and do them; and that ye seek not after your own heart and your own eyes, after which ye use to go a whoring: 40 That ye may remember, and do all my commandments, and be holy unto your Elohim. 41 I [am] YHWH your Elohim, which brought you out of the land of Egypt, to be your Elohim: I [am] YHWH your Elohim.” Numbers 15:37-41.

This command is further described in Deuteronomy 22:12:

“12 Thou shalt make thee fringes [Strong’s H6734, tsiytsith] upon the four QUARTERS [Strong’s H3671, kanaph] of thy vesture, wherewith thou coverest [thyself].” Deuteronomy 22:12.

Please note that the word, “fringes(s)” is translated from the Hebrew word, “tsiytsith”: Strong’s H6734, tsiytsith {tsee-tseeth} feminine of H6731; a floral or wing-like projection, i.e. a forelock of hair, a tassel: fringe, lock.

Let me interject here. We recently spoke to you about the blue floral-shaped designs we discovered on top of Mount Sinai. No one who has been on Mount Sinai has ever reported or mentioned these stones. We were the first to discover them. I did not see them myself. We suspect this could have been the blue beneath the feet of Yehovah as seen by the 70 elders.

Exo 24:9  And Moses went up, and Aaron, Nadab, and Abihu, and seventy of the elders of Israel.

Exo 24:10  And they saw the God of Israel. And there wasunder His feet as it were a paved work of a sapphire stone, and as the essence of the heavens for clearness.

Exo 24:11  And upon the nobles of the sons of Israel He did not lay his hands. Also they saw God, and ate and drank.

Could this blue beneath His feet represent the Tsit Tsit we are to wear? And if so, could it not also be what the Ten Commandments were made out of. That is this same blue sapphire-coloured stone. The ones Moses broke. Again I am just speculating here and updating this article to reflect what we have recently discovered. Now that you have seen this continue to read from the original article written in 2007 when we did not know about these stones.

Strong’s H6731, tsiyts {tseets} or tsits {tseets}; from H6692; properly glistening, i.e. a burnished plate; also a flower (as a bright color); a wing (as gleaming in the air): blossom, flower, plate, wing.

Please note the words, “borders” and “quarters” are translated from the Hebrew word, “kanaph”: Strong’s H3671, kanaph, and edge or extremity; specifically, A WING, a quarter, border, corner, overspreading, feather[ed]

Here is the source for the concept of coming under the wings of the Almighty. In Judaism, men, (and a growing custom for women, too), wear a prayer shawl during their worship. The prayer shawl is called a tallit. In the corners of the prayer shawl are knotted fringes [Strong’s H6734, tsit tsit {tseet tseet}].

Taking Hold of the Hem of His Garment

Being Jewish and observant of the Torah, our Savior and the disciples wore clothing with four corners and the “tsit tsit,” fringes, in the corners (wings). In several texts of the New Testament, we read of a custom (that shall shortly be supported from Scripture) of “taking hold of the hem/border of another’s garment.”

“34. And when they were gone over, they came into the land of Gennesaret. 35 And when the men of that place had knowledge of him, they sent out into all that country round about, and brought unto him all that were diseased; 36 And besought him that they might only touch the HEM [Strong’s G2899] of his garment: and as many as touched were made perfectly whole. Matthew 14:34-36.

“53 And when they had passed over, they came into the land of Gennesaret, and drew to the shore. 54 And when they were come out of the ship, straightway they knew him, 55 And ran through that whole region round about, and began to carry about in beds those that were sick, where they heard he was. 56 And whithersoever he entered, into villages, or cities, or country, they laid the sick in the streets, and besought him that they might touch if it were but the BORDER [Strong’s G2899] of his garment: and as many as touched him were made whole.” Mark 6:53-56.

“43 And a woman having an issue of blood twelve years, which had spent all her living upon physicians, neither could be healed of any, 44 Came behind him, and touched the BORDER [Strong’s G2899] of his garment: and immediately her issue of blood stanched.” Luke 8:43, 44. See also Matthew 9:20.

Strong’s Concordance states the following regarding Strong’s G2899: “Strong’s G2899, kraspedon, the extremity of a thing, edge, skirt, margin; the fringe of a garment; in the NT a little appendage hanging down from the edge of the mantle or cloak, made of twisted wool, a tassel,..: The Jews had such appendages attached to their mantles to remind them of the law.”

From this definition, it is clear that the various persons were reaching and grasping a hold of the Tsit Tsit, the tassel(s), on the corners of the Savior’s mantel. And, in doing so, they were being healed! What prompted such a curious behaviour?

Taking Hold of the Covenant.

We now turn to the Scripture evidence for the behavior recorded in the Gospel passages above of taking hold of the fringe, the tassels of the Savior’s mantle. Above, I have explained that “fringes,” tassels, with a “ribband,” thread, of blue were to be put into the corners, wings, of the garments that Israel wore FOR THE PURPOSE OF REMEMBERING ALL THE COMMANDS, STATUTES AND JUDGMENTS THAT YHWH HAS COMMANDED ISRAEL TO DO.

In Exodus 15:26 we read that obedience to YHWH’s commands would place the believer in the place where YHWH would not lay upon Israel any of the diseases that Egypt suffered:

“26 And said, If thou wilt diligently hearken to the voice of YHWH thy Elohim, and wilt do that which is right in his sight, and wilt give ear to his commandments, and keep all his statutes, I will put none of these diseases upon thee, which I have brought upon the Egyptians: for I [am] YHWH that healeth thee.” Exodus 15:26

YHWH is the One that “healeth thee.” But, the condition is based upon obedience to YHWH’s commandments, and statutes.

In the story of Ruth we read an interesting insight:

“11 And Boaz answered and said unto her, It hath fully been shewed me, all that thou hast done unto thy mother in law since the death of thine husband: and [how] thou hast left thy father and thy mother, and the land of thy nativity, and art come unto a people which thou knewest not heretofore. 12 YHWH recompense thy work, and a full reward be given thee of YHWH Elohim of Israel, under whose WINGS [Strong’s H3671, kanaph] thou art come to trust.” Ruth 2:11-12.

Ruth had abandoned the paganism of her family. She had adopted the laws and customs of Israel. But, more than this, she had come to trust in YHWH Elohim of Israel. Boaz spoke of her as having come under His wings. The evidence of Ruth’s faith and relationship with YHWH was shown in her practice of Torah. In the book of Ruth, chapter 2, verses 2 and 3, Ruth gleans from Boaz’ field.

According to the Torah, the gleaning was to be done from the corners (edges) of the fields:

“9 And when ye reap the harvest of your land, thou shalt not wholly reap the corners [Strong’s H6285, pe>ah {pay-aw}] of thy field, neither shalt thou gather the gleanings of thy harvest.”

“22 And when ye reap the harvest of your land, thou shalt not make clean riddance of the corners [Strong’s H6285, pe>ah] of thy field when thou reapest, neither shalt thou gather any gleaning of thy harvest: thou shalt leave them unto the poor, and to the stranger: I [am] YHWH your Elohim.” Leviticus 19:9; 23:22.

While the Torah does not use the word, kanaph, regarding gleaning from the corners of a field, Boaz makes the association of the Hebrew word, peah to the Hebrew word, kanaph, when Boaz spoke of Ruth’s practice of Torah by linking Ruth’s observance of Torah in gleaning from the corners of Boaz’ fields to the commanded remembrance of YHWH’s laws in the Tsit Tsits (fringes) in the wings (corners) of Israel’s garments to the concept that this meant that Ruth had come under the wings of YHWH Himself. Below, I shall present how this concept is the idea of the “protective care” of the Almighty. Boaz goes on to marry Ruth. In a Hebrew marriage ceremony a special “mantle” called a “hoopah” is used. The bride comes under her husband’s “covering” which is also understood as “his tent.” She comes under his headship and rule and tent, as her husband is under the headship and rule of YHWH and under “His Tent.”

Isaiah 61:10 describes this covering and its association to the marriage ceremony.

“10. I will greatly rejoice in YHWH, my soul shall be joyful in my Elohim; for He hath clothed me with the garments of salvation, He hath covered me with the robe of righteousness, as a bridegroom decketh [himself] with ornaments, and as a bride adorneth [herself] with her jewels.” Isaiah 61:10

Our Savior’s name in Hebrew is “Yehshua,” meaning “in Yehovah is salvation,” or, “Yehovah saves.” In Hebrew (Strong’s H3442), in Nehemiah 8:17, Joshua’s name is rendered, “Yeshuwa” {yay-shoo-ah}. (Or, legitimately abbreviated, “Y’shua.”) Being clothed with the “garments of salvation,” is to be clothed with the garments of Y’shua. This becomes significant when the Messiah comes bearing the name, in part, “salvation.”

To this point we have discussed the idea of coming under the garment of salvation and the idea of coming under the shadow of YHWH’s wings. In the following texts we learn of the concept of “taking hold of the covenant.”

“4 For thus saith YHWH unto the eunuchs that keep my sabbaths, and choose [the things] that please me, and take hold of my covenant; 5 Even unto them will I give in mine house and within my walls a place and a name better than of sons and of daughters: I will give them an everlasting name, that shall not be cut off. 6 Also the sons of the stranger, that join themselves to YHWH, to serve him, and to love the name of YHWH, to be his servants, every one that keepeth the sabbath from polluting it, and taketh hold of my covenant; 7 Even them will I bring to my holy mountain, and make them joyful in my house of prayer: their burnt offerings and their sacrifices [shall be] accepted upon mine altar; for mine house shall be called an house of prayer for all people.” Isaiah 56:4-7.

Remember how the command to wear fringes on the corners of one’s garments came immediately after a man was caught picking up sticks on the Sabbath. The knotted fringe, tassel, had its immediate, contextual role of “keeping the Sabbath from polluting it.” In Isaiah 56:6, just as Ruth spiritually came under YHWH’s “wings” when she trustingly ordered her life after YHWH’s laws, so in Isaiah 56, the strangers, and “anyone,” that join themselves to YHWH, to serve Him (obey Him) are described as “taking hold of my covenant.” This metaphorical, or spiritual concept has its literal symbolism in being able to physically take hold of the border of one’s garment and hold the tsit tsit; taking hold of the symbol of YHWHâ’s laws represented taking hold of YHWH’s covenant.

{Again referring back to our article about the blues stone. It makes perfect sense to take a block of this stone and have it set beneath the Ark of the Covenant. We mentioned that a portable stone was found and placed in the Qiblet of the Al Aqsa Mosque. This taking hold of the tsit tsit or the corner where Yehovah stood and hanging on to it are all connected to the symbolism spoken of here.}

This concept is confirmed in the following passage:

“23 Thus saith YHWH of hosts; In those days [it shall come to pass], that ten men shall take hold out of all languages of the nations, even shall take hold of the SKIRT [Strong’s H3671, kanaph, wing, corner] of him that is a Jew, saying, We will go with you: for we have heard [that] Elohim [is] with you.” Zechariah 8:23.

Taking hold of the “kanaph” of the Jew is to take hold of YHWH’s covenant. Taking hold of the “kanaph” of the Jew is symbolic of the trusting willingness to come under the shadow of the Almighty in obedience to all His commandments, statutes and judgments.

“7 How excellent [is] thy lovingkindness, O Elohim! therefore the children of men put their trust under the shadow of thy wings.” Psalm 36:7.

When we combine the insights found in Ruth 2:11, 12, with Psalm 36:7 we learn that the commandments, statutes and judgments of YHWH are associated to His “excellent kindness.” In trusting obedience, we come under the shadow and protection, the loving kindness of His wings.

This protection concept is also taught in Psalm 17:8:

“8. Keep me as the apple of the eye, hide me under the shadow of thy wings,” Psalm 17:8.

In Exodus 15:26, we read that covenantal relationship with YHWH included deliverance from the diseases that were laid upon Egypt.

In Malachi 4:2, the concept of the care of YHWH’s wings and healing are combined:

“2 But unto you that fear my name shall the Sun of righteousness arise with healing in his wings; and ye shall go forth, and grow up as calves of the stall.” Malachi 4:2.

Combining the concepts that the four cornered garment with the “tsit tsits,” fringes, in the corners, wings and the willing obedience of YHWH’s commands is to take shelter under the protective care of the Almighty, with the concept of “taking hold of My covenant” and taking hold of the wing, corner of a Jew’s garment, and with the concept that there is healing in YHWH’s wings combining these concepts is why the people took hold of the fringe of Y’shua’s garment. This was the Messiah. His name was Y’shua, meaning YHWH saves, or YHWH’s salvation. They took hold of the tassel on the “wing” of the garment of the man whose name meant “salvation.” They took hold of the wings of that garment for the Messianic promise was that there would be “healing in his wings.”

The Tallit (Prayer Shawl) and Healing AFTER the Cross.

Some might think that the commands in Numbers 15:37-41 and Deuteronomy 22:12 have been abolished and not to be observed, especially by Gentile believers. But, the following study shows that the four cornered garment, especially the kind used in formal worship, was involved with miraculous healings years after the crucifixion of our Savior. In John 11:44 we learn of a Hebrew custom to wrap the face of the deceased with his prayer shawl, his tallit, with its fringes in its wings, corners:

“43 And when he thus had spoken, he cried with a loud voice, Lazarus, come forth. 44 And he that was dead came forth, bound hand and foot with grave clothes: and his face was bound about with a NAPKIN [Strong’s G4676]. Jesus saith unto them, Loose him, and let him go.” John 11:44.

This practice was also observed in the burial wrapping of our Savior:

“3 Peter therefore went forth, and that other disciple, and came to the sepulcher. 4 So they ran both together: and the other disciple did outrun Peter, and came first to the sepulcher. 5 And he stooping down, [and looking in], saw the linen clothes lying; yet went he not in. 6 Then cometh Simon Peter following him, and went into the sepulcher, and seeth the linen clothes lie, 7 And the NAPKIN [Strong’s G4676], that was about his head, not lying with the linen clothes, but wrapped together in a place by itself.” John 20:3-7.

It was Christ Himself who had placed those grave clothes with such care. When the mighty angel came down to the tomb, he was joined by another, who with his company had been keeping guard over the Lord’s body. As the angel from heaven rolled away the stone, the other entered the tomb, and unbound the wrappings from the body of Jesus. But it was the Saviour’s hand that folded each, and laid it in its place. Notice the sanctity that the Savior gives to the “napkin” that had been wrapped around His face and head. The fact that He separated the “napkin” from the regular linen burial clothes shows that it was “holy” for the priests were to teach the people the difference and the setting apart of those things that were “holy” from those things that were common.** I cannot emphasize enough that this is AFTER the cross, that the Savior is setting apart this “napkin.”

The reason why the Israelites wrapped their heads in their prayer shawls was because of their belief in the resurrection and respect for the Shekinah glory of YHWH. In veiling their faces even in death, the Hebrew believer showed respect for the resurrecting glory of YHWH. Moses had veiled his face because of the glory of YHWH radiating upon it.* Further, to be wrapped in one’s prayer shawl, tallit, was to show that even in death, the believer was “hiding under the shadow of the Almighty’s wings.” The Strong’s Concordance number for “napkin” in the above texts is Strong’s G4676, soudarion. This word shows up, translated as “handkerchief,” in Acts 19:11, 12:

“11 And G-d wrought special miracles by the hands of Paul: 12 So that from his body were brought unto the sick HANDKERCHIEFS [Strong’s G4676] or aprons, and the diseases departed from them, and the evil spirits went out of them.” Acts 19:11, 12.

“And the diseases departed from them”[!!!] This is years after the crucifixion of our Savior! Yet, the Holy Spirit continues to heal the sick, just as the sick had been healed when they took the hem of the Savior’s garment prior to His death. The commanded symbol of being under the healing wings of YHWH and corresponding willingness to obey all YHWH’s commandments, statutes, and judgments was still binding. The blessing of healing that came by yielding in faith to the care, protection, and healing of being “under the wings” of the Almighty continued.

Observing the Biblical Feasts:

The Special Sense of Being Under the Shadow of the Wings of YHWH.

Having established the continuing, binding obligation of the commands in Numbers 15:37-41 and Deuteronomy 22:12 to wear the four cornered garment with the tassel and the thread of blue in the corners, we now turn to the special relationship of the observance of the Biblical Feasts as being under the shadow of YHWH’s wings.

“16. Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holyday [feastday], or of the new moon, or of the sabbath [days]: 17 Which are a shadow of things to come; Colossians 2:16, 17.

Colossians 2:16, 17 informs us that “feast days, new moons and Sabbaths” are a “shadows of things to come.” This text alone does not make the feasts to be associated to the concept of being under the shadow of YHWH’s wings. But, the following information makes Passover to be the beginning of the overshadowing of YHWH over Israel.

“In the tenth day of this month they shall take to them every man a lamb, a lamb for an house, and ye shall keep it up until the fourteenth day of the same month: and kill it. And take of the blood, and strike it on the two side posts and on the upper door post of the houses. For I will pass through the land of Egypt and I will smite all the firstborn. And the blood shall be to you for a token upon the houses, and when I see the blood, I will pass over you, and the plague shall not be upon you.” Exodus 12:3-7, 12-13.

“The verb “pass over” has a deeper meaning here than the idea of stepping or leaping over something to avoid contact. It is not the common Hebrew verb, a-bhar, or ga-bhar, which is frequently used in that sense. The word used here is pasah, from which comes the noun pesah, which is translated Passover. These words have no connection with any other Hebrew word, but they do resemble the Egyptian word pesh, which means “to spread wings over” in order to protect.

Arthur W. Pink, in his book Gleanings in Exodus, sheds light on this. Quoting from Urquhart, he states:

“The word is used in this sense in Isa. 31:5: As birds flying, so will YHWH of Hosts defend Jerusalem; defending also He will deliver it; and passing over (pasoach, participle of pasach) He will preserve it. The word has, consequently, the very meaning of the Egyptian term for “spreading the wings over”, and “protecting”; and pesach, the L-rd’s Passover, means such sheltering and protection as is found under the outstretched wings of the Almighty. Does this not give a fullness to those words “O Jerusalem! Jerusalem. How often would I have gathered thy children together, as a hen does gather her brood under her wings.” (Luke 13:34)? This term pesach is applied (1) to the ceremony and (2) to the lamb The slain lamb, the sheltering behind its blood and eating of its flesh, constituted the pesach, the protection of G-d’s chosen people beneath the sheltering wings of the Almighty”

It was not merely that the L-rd passed by the houses of the Israelites, but that He stood on guard, protecting each blood-sprinkled door! [“YHWH will not suffer the destroyer to come in.” Exodus 12:23b.”] Ceil and Moishe Rosen, Christ in the Passover, Why Is This Night Different?, Copyright 1978 by Moody Press, Chicago, pages 21-23.

All the rest of the Biblical Feasts follow Passover. With Passover begins the shelter of the blood of the covenant. With Passover follows the rest of YHWH’s Feasts. Following the Passover, YHWH in the pillar of cloud by day, and the pillar of fire by night, overshadowed Israel for forty years. At the baptism of Y’shua the Holy Spirit “overshadowed” the Savior. The baptism occurred at the Feast of Tabernacles. It is in relation to the observance of the Feasts that the Torah is taught and learned. The Feasts serve as a servant for the education of Israel of the terms of the covenant.

The various “coverings” of the Mosaic Tabernacle are symbols of aspects of YHWH’s covering(s). Winged angels are on the Mercy Seat. Winged angels are embroidered in the curtains of the Sanctuary. The whole system of the Hebrew Economy is about the winged protection of YHWH. In 1Corinthians 5, we read:

“7. Purge out therefore the old leaven, that ye may be a new lump, as ye are unleavened. For even Christ our passover is sacrificed for us:
8 Therefore let us keep the feast [of unleavened bread], not with old leaven, neither with the leaven of malice and wickedness; but with the unleavened [bread] of sincerity and truth.” 1Corinthians 5:7-8.

Here is the feast of the New Covenant. “Christ our Passover” is the beginning of the overshadowed protection of YHWH for those who have faith in the substitutionary blood of the Messiah.

Is it no wonder that the circumstances of the command to wear the Tsit Tsits (tassels) on the corners, wings, of the four cornered garment, was made for the purpose of guarding the transgression of the Seventh-day Sabbath, the first of YHWH’s Feasts?!! Here is the link to the Fourth Commandment and to the concept that YHWH’s Word, “Debar” (the Hebrew word translated as “commandment” in the phrase, Ten Commandments) is a “covering” and a “place” of protection for those who will seek YHWH’s sheltering care.

“16 And I have put my words [Strong’s H1697, debar] in thy mouth, and I have covered thee in the shadow of mine hand, that I may plant the heavens, and lay the foundations of the earth, and say unto Zion, Thou [art] my people.” Isaiah 51:16.

The Ten Commandments, the Holy Days, and the Torah are the basis by which Yehovah is going to plant the heavens, that are spread out over all the galaxies in the entire universe with His covering.


  1. Julia

    Shalom Joe,

    I haven’t finished reading all this newsletter yet, but want to let you know when you speak of March 11, 2020 you’ve inadvertently said 2022. I do know this is in error but may be confusing for others who are just learning.

      • Ricci Marais

        Dear Joe, we do understand (some of us anyway) your frustrations, but we all pray that you will endure, as our award is not here on earth. May Yehovah bless you and keep you safe to diligently obey and keep going with the huge task He set before you.

        Blessings and Shabbat Shalom.

  2. Phyllis Mannering

    Thankyou Joe for putting the boot in for not speaking up about the barley. I did this morning. The ball is in their court now. Thankyou again. Phyllis Mannering.

  3. M.K. Bishop

    How marvelous to think that the Ten Commandments are YHVH’s covering and protection over us! Your newsletters are always filled with new insights to appreciate and hold tight to. Thanks so much, Joe.

  4. Dean Heckathorn

    This is impressive. Thank you.

  5. Maria - SA

    Thank you ABBA Father.
    Thank you Joe.
    Some of us are very appreciative of the time and effort that goes into these precious newsletters.

  6. Glenn Caron

    Good Newsletter as usual … really puts understanding to the wings that cover us to protect and provide by the coveneat keeping … also like the eagles Wings that will transport us through the next coming exodus as they were in the original. We will be protected again by the Covenant “wings” when we travel to our place of “protection” and our new home! AWESOME!


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