Tuesday, June 14, 2011

America is most definately on the Decline as a World Power

It is bad enough that the United States of America terrorizes other nations, kills the leaders of free countries, and pushes thier "DemonCrafty" (Democracy) agenda in order to opress and gain resources and advantages that do not belong to those who seek after these things. But when this nation fully accepts same-sex marriage, the nations end will surely follow. Since ancient times, no nation has maintained it's power or glory upon accepting and promoting the homosexual agenda. This sends a clear message to Hebrews to "Come out of this Babylon" and also shows how the father will use all of the wicked rulers' craftiness to ensnare and dissasemble them. The homosexuals in high Government down to the common man who embraces the Gay lifestyle may be very excited about this news, but it is a short lived excitment. When standing face-to-face with the King who is King of the Universe, whose commandments have been disregarded and broken, what will the sinner and the ungoldly do?

Hebrews of the Most High look into the Father's word and prepare your hearts and minds in righteousness. Sow good seeds, do good works, Do not be ensnared by the wind of this age because everything you see now will surely pass away. Wasn't ancient Greece a world power at one time? How about Vesuvious? These nations were cut down in the height of thier immoral lifestyle. The Flood of ancient times came because of the same reason. Do not be decieved, The Father is not mocked.

Gay Judge's Ruling on Prop. 8 Upheld

A federal judge ruled Tuesday to uphold Judge Vaughn Walker's decision to strike down California's same-sex marriage ban.
Proponents of Proposition 8 – which defines marriage as between a man and a woman – had asked that Walker's 2010 ruling be vacated, given that he has been in a same-sex relationship and thus had something to gain from the case. But Chief U.S. District Judge James Ware rejected that bid.
"The sole fact that a federal judge shares the same circumstances or personal characteristics with other members of the general public, and that the judge could be affected by the outcome of a proceeding in the same way that other members of the general public would be affected, is not a basis for either recusal or disqualification," Ware concluded.
Walker had presided over the case involving two same-sex couples who filed a lawsuit against Proposition 8. The marriage amendment was passed by a majority of California voters in November 2008.
In August 2010, Walker ruled against the voter-approved measure, saying in his 136-page opinion, "Moral disapproval alone is an improper basis on which to deny rights to gay men and lesbians.
"The evidence shows conclusively that Proposition 8 enacts, without reason, a private moral view that same-sex couples are inferior to opposite-sex couples."
The ruling was a blow to traditional marriage advocates. Proponents of Proposition 8 argued that this is about democracy and respecting the people's vote, more than anything.
After the ruling, Walker retired from the U.S. District Court of Northern California earlier this year. He served 21 years as a federal judge. The case was reassigned to Judge Ware.
He then opened up about his sexuality in April, confirming what the public already knew, that he was gay. Media reports revealed that he has been in a same-sex relationship for 10 years.
Walker has argued that his being in a relationship was irrelevant to his decision to strike down Proposition 8 and did not think it was appropriate to recuse himself from the case.
To do so, Walker said, would be to go down a slippery slope where judges must recuse themselves from a judicial matter because of one’s race, gender or nationality.
But Proposition 8 proponents say he should have recused himself or at least disclosed his relationship.
"This is something he had a vested interest in,” Mathew Staver, founder of Liberty Counsel, said.
Ware, however, said in his decision Tuesday, "Although this case was filed by same-sex couples seeking to end a California constitutional restriction on their right to marry, all Californians have an equal interest in the outcome of the case. The single characteristic that Judge Walker shares with the Plaintiffs, albeit one that might not have been shared with the majority of Californians, gave him no greater interest in a proper decision on the merits than would exist for any other judge or citizen."
Since Walker’s decision on Prop. 8, traditional marriage proponents from ProtectMarriage.com have appealed the decision to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. The appeals court is currently awaiting a ruling from the California Supreme Court to decide whether Proposition 8 proponents have the legal right to defend the voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage in lieu of the governor and state's attorney general.
The state Supreme Court will likely decide the issue of standing by the end of this year.

Saturday, June 11, 2011

S.F. Circumcision Ban Is a Bad Idea But It Could Still Become Law

If you were not aware of what is going on this year here is a very good article and a matter of prayer for Hebrew people. It concerns the covenant that Yahuwah made with our father Avraham concerning the covenant of circumcision. Please follow the link:Circumcision threatend in California So now that we are in the Gregorian calendar year of 2011 and the Jewish year 5771. The United States has decided to end a biblical covenant of circumcision that Yahuwah made with our forefather Avraham. This law is proposing fines and imprisonment for cicumcizing our male children according to Hebrew custom.  The people who are protesting this loudly are Jews and Moslims.

This sounds like what the Hebrews faced during the time of Antiochus Epiphanes in 1 Maccabees 1:41-48. "Moreover king Antiochus wrote to his whole kingdom, that all should be one people,  And every one should leave his laws: so all the heathen agreed according to the commandment of the king. Yea, many also of the Israelites consented to his religion, and sacrificed unto idols, and profaned the sabbath. For the king had sent letters by messengers unto Jerusalem and the cities of Juda that they should follow the strange laws of the land,  And forbid burnt offerings, and sacrifice, and drink offerings, in the temple; and that they should profane the sabbaths and festival days:  And pollute the sanctuary and holy people: Set up altars, and groves, and chapels of idols, and sacrifice swine's flesh, and unclean beasts: That they should also leave their children uncircumcised, and make their souls abominable with all manner of uncleanness and profanation."

A call to Prayer is requested from the Hebrew community. 2 Chronicles 7:14 "If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land."

Monday, June 6, 2011

The Western Wall (Ha-Kote Ha-Ma'aravil) What remains of the Last Temple

The Western Wall (Ha-Kotel Ha-Ma'aravi) in Jerusalem is the holiest of Jewish sites, sacred because it is a remnant of the Herodian retaining wall that once enclosed and supported the Second Temple. It has also been called the "Wailing Wall" by European observers because for centuries Jews have gathered here to lament the loss of the temple. (Biblical Hebrews were not able to come because of their captivity. Only in more recent years have Hebrews been able to come to Israel to see what remains of their last temple.)

The Western Wall Plaza, the large open area that faces the Western Wall, functions as an open-air synagogue that can accommodate tens of thousands of worshipers. Prayers take place here day and night, and special services are held here as well.

History

The Western Wall was built by King Herod in 20 BC during his expansion of the Temple enclosure, and is part of a retaining wall that enclosed the western part of Temple Mount. According to the Roman-Jewish historian Josephus, construction of the walls took 11 years, during which time it rained in Jerusalem only at night so as not to interfere with the workers' progress.
In 70 AD, the Romans destroyed Jerusalem and its Temple. During the Ottoman Period (beginning in the 16th century), the wall became the Jews' chief place of pilgrimage, where they came to lament the destruction of the Temple.
For centuries, the Western Wall was located in a narrow alley just 12 feet wide that could accommodate only a few hundred densely packed worshipers. But in 1967, immediately after the Six Day War, Israelis leveled the neighboring Arab district to create the Western Wall Plaza, which can accommodate tens of thousands of pilgrims.
At the same time, the Israelis made the wall about 6 1/2 feet higher by digging down and exposing two more tiers of ashlars (squared stones) from the Temple Plaza's retaining wall that had been buried by accumulated debris for centuries. During the restoration of Israel according the various scritures found in the Torah, the Father will bring back all of the dispersed Hebrews of Judah and Jerusalem and replant us in our land. I am greatful for the people who are in the land that are rebuilding Israel and replanting the trees. This is necessarty for our return.

Saturday, June 4, 2011

Hebrew Names of Days and Months

The language of Hebrew (both ancient and modern) tends to be rather simplistic in its structure and use. This article discusses the names (or rather the lack thereof in most cases) of the weekdays and the months. .http://www.yashanet.com/library/hebrew-days-and-mo...
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Video Pal Talk

What Remains of the Western Wall ( KOTEL) Hope of the Hebrew

What an exciting time for waking up to the Truth