Skip to comments.'Ark of the Covenant' about to be unveiled (Friday June 26th at 2p.m Italian time)
Posted on 06/25/2009 10:53:40 AM PDT by TaraP
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May you one day call upon the NAME Yah'shua for your salvation. Have a pleasant journey on the wide road of life.
Are you just as rude and arrogant towards those who shalom b'SHEM Yah'shua HaMashiach
worship the Queen of Heaven or the "Mother" of God ?
Do you display your superciliousness in discussions with
those who worship icons and statues ?
Jehovah was not used by Aaron to describe the Golden Calf.
The Tetragrammaton is in the text.
Rabbis vocalize Adonai for YHvH.
May you one day call upon the NAME Yah'shua for your salvation.
Have a pleasant journey on the wide road of life.
No need to survey that particular Ark. I already know what's inside and I'm afraid to look.
I attended an Anglican boarding school and took services daily (6x/wk) for six years.
I am, however, a Jew. A Hebe. A hook-nose, as they say. A Red Sea Pedestrian. Snipped and Bar-Mitzvah. I make Minyan.
Never in my life, however, of all the things Ive known, have I known such horses asses as certain messianic jews, who partially and without serious and studious knowledge, appropriate and broadcast with great amplification words and language - Holy words, Holy language from Judaism and Christendom - they only partially understand, in order, ostensibly, to mark themselves anointed.
You epitomize Holier than Thou, as you worship here and there and invoke names as you will, and, as such, you epitomize danger of mortal sin.
To quote a more modern philosopher:
Eat My Shorts.
Have a wonderful journey.
Mazol Tov shalom b'SHEM Yah'shua HaMashiach
Have a wonderful journey.
How was Africa inaccessible?
Well, for one thing the continent has an escarpment most of the way around rising up from a narrow shoreline ~ or, in some places, large swamp.
What that means is you can't just sail a boat to the interior. First you must navigate or go around the rapids ~ and they're not just rapids, but big rapids.
Then there's this enormous desert in the North ~ the Sahara.
Finally, there were already people there who were warlike and suspicious of strangers.
You can read all about it on the internet. I'd start with "Stanley"
You have to decide whther someone wanted to access it or if it was actually inaccessible. I chose the former. When outsiders wanted to access it, it was accessed.
For an individual it would most likely have been impossible to sail/paddle/row up the Zambesi rapids in, let's say, 1400, and live long once you got there.
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