“Behold, I am coming quickly, and My reward is with Me, to render to every man according to what he has done. I am the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end.The Spirit and the bride say, 'Come.' And let the one who hears say, 'Come.' And let the one who is thirsty come; let the one who wishes take the water of life without cost."
God allowed Israel to have a king. He chose Saul from the house of Kish. Saul's name means "ask for." He gave Israel what they asked for. God's remnant people have been praying and asking for salvation of the lost, restoration in families, deliverances, and finances. We are in the season where He is imparting His anointing on our prayers. We are in the season of change. Be encouraged.
This is the year of breakthroughs for those who are intimate with God. 2 Samuel 5 is used to make some points connected to Baal-perazim, Lord of my breakthrough. The demonic realm is tenacious much like the Philistines coming against Israel; but the battle is yours, the enemy will be given in to your hand.
Shalom, Shalom: peace, peace in the name of Yeshua. This is Crystal Sharpe and welcome to the Ancient Scrolls program. Today I am going to discuss the place of Golgotha, it is called the place of the skull. Indeed, there is a skull feature located there at the side of the rock outside the walls of Jerusalem. Our tour guide told us this was the place Yeshua is said to have been crucified. After more than two thousand years the skull still maintains its characteristics. Of course, there is some weathering from the elements. This skull in Jerusalem is indeed
The gospel of John gives us some details on the length of Yeshua's ministry. By using the number of Passovers John recorded, we can calculate the length of Yeshua's ministry and quite possibly His age.
Was Yeshua possibly born in a barn or a cave? Houses in the first century were constructed to accommodate their animals on the lower level of the home. By using the 1395 edition of Wycliffe's translation of the Greek manuscripts, and examining the Greek words used for inn, we are able to better understand what occurred on the night of Yeshua's birth.