Thank you for another great teaching. This for me is like the parable of the 10 virgins. The five wise ones carried extra oil and the foolish five did not. They all may have had the same lamps, and they all took their lamps to go out and meet the bridegroom. The wise took extra oil to sustain their lamps but the foolish thought their oil would last without the need to top it up. At some point, they would have known their oil was running low, but they became complacent. The wise, kept their lamps topped up. The thing about lamps is it burns fuel. It uses the oil within its container, so it needs topping up, otherwise eventually it will go out and you stay in darkness. When the announcement was made that the groom was coming, was when the foolish ones asked the wise to share their wisdom, but the wise knew they had to keep their lamps burning. So, whilst the foolish finally went to search out these things, the bridegroom came and they were shut out (No rapture here). The point is, the foolish would have seen the wise, filling up their lamps, they would have seen them carrying the extra oil and they chose not to do the same. They were not prepared. Did Yahusha not say to keep watch, for we do not know the day or the hour? Did he not say to be vigilant? Did he not say the road is a narrow and difficult one? Like he said: we must first count the cost before embarking on our journey.
Yehovah Eloah judgement is at hand! Most of my Christian relatives running down this Needle thing. I try to tell them but they think am a madman and trouble maker so I am about to give up on them.
Shalom zaqen. Ani mitepalel kol tob (I pray all is well).
I'm not sure if you are comfortable with zoom, but I use Microsoft Teams for my Shabbat classes and I'm able to mute people mics if they accidentally have a hot mic.
Not sure if it will affect your other features. Just offering a suggestion. Yah baraq.
The video was a little choppy at times, but other than that it was an eye opening teaching. Our kids won't listen to our knowledge of things about the evil in the world, or the jab thing, and discard anything we say about it. I pray they don't get that jab, but I'm afraid they just won't listen, and go get it anyway. It's tough seeing loved ones running for the jab as if it were the best thing since sliced bread. Darkness has fallen on the world, and so, so many are falling for the lie. The truth you talk about, I pray, and seek every day. Praise be to Yahuah in the name of Yahusha HaMashiach for a messenger like you seeking, and sharing the truth together with those ready to listen. I'm listening, and it is coming in loud, and clear. Thanks for this message Brother.
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