Living in today's world as a Shabbat Keeper

Living in civilization as a shabbatarian is not easy. Elohim knows your future already, and he already knows his elects. He have already sacrificed and showed mercy continuously for generations, yet for generations we find it difficult to sacrifice for him. Strengthen your holy spirit through fasting and prayer, gain your strength and follow his commandments.

John 3:16
Lunisolar Calendar
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Daniel 7:25 kjv
Proverbs 20:13  kjv
Home School Help

Step 1: Write a letter of intent to home school your child. "I intend to home school my child [child's name, D.O.B., address]

Step 2:Mail, or email to your district's board of Education. [call any of your local school to gather that information]


The Three Books of Enoch

Torah -5 Books of Moses

"The word God was used to represent Greek Theos and Latin Deus in Bible translations, first in the Gothic translation of the New Testament by Ulfilas. For the etymology of deus, see *dyēus.

Greek "θεός " (theos) means god in English. It is often connected with Greek "θέω" (theō), "run",[5][6] and "θεωρέω" (theoreō), "to look at, to see, to observe",[7][8] Latin feriae "holidays", fanum "temple", and also Armenian di-k` "gods". Alternative suggestions (e.g. by De Saussure) connect *dhu̯es- "smoke, spirit", attested in Baltic and Germanic words for "spook" and ultimately cognate with Latin fumus "smoke." The earliest attested form of the word is the Mycenaean Greek te-o[9] (plural te-o-i[10]), written in Linear B syllabic script."


The Saviors True Name and History

Why Christians  Keep The Name "Jesus" Today

The Name Jesus according to Catholics

Hellenization Period

Hellenism  by The Worshipers Today

Hellenistic Period and The Birth of The Term "God"


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