Posts Tagged 'Hannah Ruth'


Tomorrow–September 25 2014–is Yom Teruah (Feast of Trumpets).  The Jews call the 10 days from Yom Teruah to Yom Kippur the 10 days of awe in which a person looks deep inside himself for repentance to YHWH. As YHWH continues to show signs of the closeness of the hour may we take the days of awe this year more serious than ever before so that we might remove any barrier between us and our Creator. 


The Reconciling

The House of Israel and the House of Judah have been divided since sometime between 997 BCE and 928 BCE; There are varying opinions about the date. There is no varying opinion, however, about the reuniting of the two houses. The two houses will be reunited and it will be an amazing event.  Study and show yourself to be a Berean. You know who the house of Judah is.  Who is the house of Israel? The blinders are coming off and the House of Israel is beginning to see who they are. The miracle of Hannah/Ruth will carry the message of reconciliation to YHWH, between the two houses, and within the two houses.   

 Be amazed, be amazed for YHWH is working a work in your day that even if you were told, you would not believe!!

 (Habakkuk 1:5)

It’s Wheat Harvest…

Do you not say, It is yet four months and the harvest comes?

Behold, I say to you, Lift up your eyes and behold the fields,

for they are already white to harvest.

John 4:35

It is the time of wheat harvest right now…and the fields are white.

Fifteen Years Ago…

Today, May 31, 2013, is the 15th anniversary of two important events.  It was the day I turned my heart and soul to YHWH and it was also the day two very special people were married.  It was Shavuot (Pentecost) that year.  It was a big day for all three of us.

The miracle of Hannah Ruth has strained the relationship with those two special people…strained  to the point that there is no longer a relationship at all.

My earnest prayer is that the very thing that has torn this relationship apart (and most all of the other relationships in our lives) is the very thing that will reconcile.


A Progression of Faith