The Shadows of the Holocaust

Recently, I had a dream where I was in a room full of people and I was trying to warn everyone that a digital dictatorship was coming. I talked about the rise of digital IDs and how the COVID plan-demic was the doorway that allowed all these things into our lives. Several people walked out … Continue reading The Shadows of the Holocaust

The Wall Has Been Breached

July is considered the most patriotic month in America because we celebrate the birth of our nation on July 4th each year. This month actually coincides with an important time on the biblical calendar known as the 17th of Tammuz–also called the fast of Tammuz. Most Christians have never heard of this day because following … Continue reading The Wall Has Been Breached

The Spirit of Truth: God’s Great Love for Israel

The 73rd birthday of Israel did not pass by without historical events on its wings. Both before and after the celebration of its birthdate –May 14, 2021–rockets were flying in the air. These rockets weren’t in celebration, but instead were fired by Israel’s enemies. More than 4,000 rockets hurtled toward the land of Israel, even during … Continue reading The Spirit of Truth: God’s Great Love for Israel

God’s promises to the Jewish People

It was just a few weeks ago when I realized the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz was upon me.  I was reading a book called Blow the Trumpet in Zion, written by Richard Booker.   As I read it, I realized the message within was one that needed to be shared, especially with Christians. One particular … Continue reading God’s promises to the Jewish People

The Redwoods

Have you ever visited the Redwoods in California? If you haven’t, you’ve got to put it on your bucket list of things to do.  These magnificent trees can tower over 350 feet, leaving you breathless in their presence.   Their circumference is just as stunning, with a measurement of  20-25 feet round.  Can you imagine trying … Continue reading The Redwoods

International Holocaust Remembrance Day

A few days ago, on January 27, 2016, the world remembered a tragic, unfathomable event.  The Holocaust, which means Great Fire, took the lives of over six million Jews, along with millions of political dissidents, gays, Jehovah's Witnesses, and people considered to be "enemies of the Nazis".  The horrific events took place 71 years ago, … Continue reading International Holocaust Remembrance Day