URGENT! Must view: Another guy with interesting things to say about September 2015, and a bonus feature on the American Pharoah

As usual when I post anything with speculation about dates, etc, I have to include the disclaimer that you should take the info for whatever it is worth to you, and do your own research.  This video is about September 23, and was sent to me by Ron G.  It sort of ties together several things, and mentions several other resources that you may want to check into.  I will put links below the video, to some of the things he mentions so you can check them out yourself.  My own investigation led me to find an underlying Hebrew Roots influence in the works the YouTuber mentions.

About the Hebrew Roots Movement:

The Hebrew Roots movement is an offshoot of Messianic Judaism.  The Christian’s love of the Jewish people and a God-given desire to be united with the Jewish people, are natural, in the sense that the Messiah Jesus is our peace who hath “made both one, and broken down the middle wall of separation” (Ephesians 2:14). Because we are under a New Covenant in this age, a Covenant of Grace in the age of grace, the old system of Laws and Ordnances and Feasts is not in force now.  The old Covenant has been fulfilled in Christ, and although God will restore the Jews during Daniel’s seventieth week, He will not reinstate the old system.  Yes, the Temple will be rebuilt, and the orthodox Jews have everything in place to resume the old system of sacrifice and worship, ordnances and feasts, (which the devout still observe) but this has nothing to do with the true born-again Messianic believer who has been saved by placing his faith in Christ and His atonement.

The Hebrew Roots movement is a mixing of Christianity with the keeping of law and ordnances, which the Apostle Paul preached specifically against in Galatians 3.  The law cannot and does not save, but is merely a school-master meant to make us understand our need for a Savior.  There are different Covenants in the O.T., so it is important to differentiate.

  • The Adamic Covenant in Genesis 1 and 2
    • Command not to eat from the tree of knowledge of good and evil
    • Curse for sin  of disobedience
    • Provision for future redemption (Gen. 3:15)
    • General covenant
  • Noahic Covenant Gen. 9:11
    • Promise never to cut off all flesh, destroy the world with a flood again.
    • Rainbow as sign of God’s faithfulness
    • General covenant
  • Abrahamic Covenant:
    • Unconditional
    • Everlasting
    •  First established in Genesis 12: 1-3
    • Blessing upon Abraham, to make his name great
    • To make his progeny into a great nation
    • To bless them that bless Abraham and his descendants
    • To curse those who curse them
    • Circumcision was the sign that Abraham and all of Israel believed it (Romans 4:11)
    • Fulfilled in the nation of Israel
  • Mosaic Covenant (Deuteronomy 11)
    • God’s promise to bless the Jews in obedience and curse them in disobedience
    • Conditional
  • The Land Covenant (Deuteronomy 30)
    • God promised to turn their captivity and gather the Jews from all the nations where they had been scattered, back into the land given to their forefathers (1948)
    • Unconditional
    • Eternal
  • Davidic Covenant (II Sam 7: 8-16)
    • To bring forth a redeemer through David’s family line
    • To give Him an everlasting kindom
    • Fulfilled in Jesus (Luke 1:32-33, Mark 10:47)
    • Unconditional
  • The New Covenant (also referred to as the better covenant)
    • Jeremiah 31:31-34
    • Fulfilled by Jesus’ Death on the Cross and therefore
    • ended the Mosaic Covenant
    • Promises forgiveness of sin
    • Unbroken fellowship with God
    • First made to Israel
    • Extended later to everyone who comes to faith in Jesus Christ (Matthew 26:28, Hebrews 9:15)

Though the system of law given to Moses (The Mosaic Covenant) was conditional, which Israel failed to keep (and we all do, by sin), the Abrahamic Covenant was unconditional, and eternal, everlasting, and unbreakable.  Because it depended solely on God for the keeping of it, and He does not change, and cannot lie or break His promise.  This is why the church has not, and never could, and never will, replace Israel.

This misconception and confusion about the Covenants is the number one cause of confusion when it comes to Bible prophecy.

The Hebrew Roots and some in the Messianic Judaism realm, tend to want to combine the old covenant of law-keeping with the new covenant of salvation by Grace alone. (Like the Judaizers-Galatians 2 addresses this issue). They confuse the promises that apply solely to Israel with promises to the church, and that is also why many mistakenly think the church will go through the tribulation.

Jews saved now in the age of Grace are under the New Covenant which fulfilled the Mosaic Covenant, rendering it obsolete.  But the Abrahamic Covenant still stands.  God has promised to restore the Jews but it will be by removing the blindness (Romans 11:25) that has come through the nation of Israel’s disobedience, when they will “see Him whom they pierced and mourn him like an only son” (Zechariah 12:10).

Perry Stone subscribes to the Hebrew Roots theology.  Folks who do, often have a lot of “Yeshua” and other Jewish references in their vocabulary, and use prayer shawls, etc.  There is nothing wrong with studying Jewish tradition and knowing about the significance of the feasts and the history of the Jews.  As long as you understand that we as Christians did not replace the Jews.  God’s plan and purpose for the Jews still stands and will still be fulfilled, and He is not finished with them.  On the contrary, the best is yet to come for the Jews. Unfortunately before that, comes the Tribulation.

I am telling you all of this because as I listened to the videos and followed the additional links provided, that is where it led, to some Hebrew Roots/Messianic Judaism that embraces both the New Covenant, while still trying to uphold the provisions of the law.

The problem with some of the Messianic Jews and Hebrew Roots is that they also often subscribe to extra-Biblical sources as on the same level as the inspired scriptures.  We know that the original scriptures were written in Hebrew (Old Testament), some Aramaic (in the Far East until Alexander the Great), and the NT was written in Greek, which was the world language of the day in that time.  They embrace other ancient writings besides the Canon of Scripture, many of which contain occultism and mysticism.

So as this guy in the video presents the material he wants to share with you, please keep those things in mind.  None of these videos is very long. The first one is 12 minutes, the others are even shorter, and were meant to be one video but he had technical difficulties. When that happens, it is usually because the enemy wants to keep you from doing what you’re doing.  I experience this often in what I do with this blog. This fellow seems very level-headed about all those things, as you will see in the last video, (which is actually the oldest one, made in February of this year), he expresses the same “grain of salt” attitude as to visions and dreams.  I think God shows us things personally sometimes, but I am very cautious of those who feel they have been given a private revelation from the Lord that the World needs to hear. Still, I believe these videos are worth a listen.   God doesn’t do anything without letting his prophets know.  People who believe many of those sign gifts ceased when all of Scripture had been given, have a good reason for their stance, but being that we are living in a transitional period of history, spiritually speaking, is reason enough to not just dismiss this stuff out of hand without giving it some consideration.  God is about to pivot His attention back to Israel, to final judgments, and the seventieth week of Daniel 9.  There is danger of missing important things,  in sticking to the “party line” of your own “denomination” of Christianity, and if you are like to me, you don’t want to do that.  Those divisions did not come from God.

Here is the link to Newton’s Riddle

By the way, Isaac Newton was a student of scripture, but also alchemy and the occult.

There are two other interesting vids by Chuck Holler

American Pharoah Gets Crowned with 666 Part 1, Part 2  (There are folks who believe Obama is actually a clone from the DNA of the actual Pharoah.  If he is a clone, he has no soul, so being possessed by Satan when he is “incarnated” as the Antichrist, would make Obama or any clone, a good, likely candidate.  Barak Obama Seed of Satan? Clone of Akhenaten

3 thoughts on “URGENT! Must view: Another guy with interesting things to say about September 2015, and a bonus feature on the American Pharoah

  1. Yes, exactly. I know that´s what it is. It´s a good thing there are a lot of good teachers out there and thanks to the Internet, we can learn and get a fuller understanding and share the treasures the Holy spirit reveals to us.
    Malachi 3 :16-17: 16Then those who feared the LORD spoke to one another, and the LORD gave attention and heard it, and a book of remembrance was written before Him for those who fear the LORD and who esteem His name. 17″They will be Mine,” says the LORD of hosts, “on the day that I prepare My own possession, and I will spare them as a man spares his own son who serves him.”…
    That´s exactly what we need to do and are doing. This promotes unity and reestablishes the balance that can be lost when we favor one side over the other when it comes to sound bible doctrine. We are so prone to misunderstand and propagate error although unwittingly most of the time. It´s a good thing to have brothers and sisters who care enough about the truth to be searching together and helping each other along the way. The prerequisite for this type of healthy exchange is to fear the Lord.

    Psalm 103:3 : All within me, Praise His Holy Name!
    …12As far as the east is from the west, So far has He removed our transgressions from us. 13Just as a father has compassion on his children, So the LORD has compassion on those who fear Him. 14For He Himself knows our frame; He is mindful that we are but dust.…

    Correction: Of course, it´s the Olivet discourse. You know that beyond the proximity of the 2 letters on the keyboard, there is something Portuguese speaker wouldn´t see so much as a typo as a transliteration.
    History of the Jews of the Caribbean , by Ralph G.Bennett
    sefarad.org/lm/011/jewcar.html
    In 1654, the Portuguese sent a fleet to reconquer their lost Brazilian territory. …. The Jews were accustomed to being forcibly sent away from countries, but this …
    Well we have Mr. Oliver in English, so do they in Portuguese and the Sephardic Jewish Portuguese exiles to Brazil have kept the name “DE OLIVEIRA” meaning “ from the Olive grove”. You can tell I love etymology!
    Thanks for passing along the Rainbow post and providing other missing pieces of the puzzle. We´ll get there soon, I hope. Good courage and a blessed day to all.

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  2. I noticed that too. I guess I mark it down to the fact that it can take a long time to see it all, and even while you are grasping one part of the big prophetic picture, your mind may lose sight of another part. Only after continual, repetitive exposure, are we able to assimilate a whole picture in terms of prophecy. I haven’t even arrived there myself, but I’m able to grasp a lot more than I once did. I think sometimes the phrase gets referenced as a general metaphor of being filled with the Spirit, which scripture tells us to do in Ephesians 5:18 So even as we receive the spirit at salvation, there is a fullness of the Spirit we have to pursue, and must avoid grieving or quenching. (Eph. 4:30, I Thes. 5:19). It is all the more important as the days grow darker, but a better admonition is to remember the armor.

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  3. Excellent explanation on the Hebrew Roots movement. One thing I am wondering about is why Christians, even pastors and teachers who otherwise have a good grasp on Israel and the Church in the end-times the timing of the rapture and the second coming in their important sequential order, have a hard time understanding the parable of the 10 virgins. They explained the Oliver discourse clearly and thoroughly but then they invariably mistake the virgins for the church and say that 5 of them will go through the tribulation and not get raptured because they ran out of oil. Am I missing something here? What do you think? A long time ago when I was a new christian that´s what was taught me and what I believed without questioning the teaching. But after studying in depth with the help of good prophecy teachers, I came to see that Jesus was talking about about tribulation saints. Even brother J. D. whom I respect and love as a teacher holds to this position. Things are heating up. The crowning of the baby´s head is showing through the ring of fire. Take care sister. Maranatha!

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