So what's this site all about?

This blog site is my story or walk for the last 10 years, being led like many for some unknown reason to some very deep seated truths regarding The WORD, which has been hidden for centuries, until now that is.

To get the full story, please start with "In The Beginning". You can quickly navigate using Postings By Order on the left, or at bottom by clicking on Newer and Older Posts. You may very well identify with what's written here, and I hope it blesses you.

I also want to share with you the reason for naming this blog "And Now Thus Said Yahweh". It's due to my searching one day for a name to start this blog, and I felt led to simply let the Scriptures fall open to a page, and my finger fall on a verse. When I looked down it was verse 36 stating Yahweh speaking, which we know when He speaks, all of creation happens. In the following verses He says what is going to happen in our future, that He will bring back His people out of all the lands where we've been scattered and bring us back to "the land", Yisra'el. This is the reason why I'm sharing my witness to you, so you understand what's coming some day.

Yirmeyahu (Jeremiah) 32:36-41 The Scriptures '98 (36) "And now, thus said Yahweh, the Elohim of Yisra'ĕl, concerning this city of which you say, 'It shall be given into the hand of the sovereign of Babel by the sword, and by scarcity of food, and by pestilence': (37) 'See, I am gathering them out of all the lands where I have driven them in My displeasure, and in My wrath, and in great rage. And I shall bring them back to this place, and shall let them dwell in safety. (38) 'And they shall be My people, and I shall be their Elohim. (39) 'And I shall give them one heart and one way, to fear Me all the days, for the good of them and of their children after them. (40) 'And I shall make an everlasting covenant with them, that I do not turn back from doing good to them. And I shall put My fear in their hearts so as not to turn aside from Me. (41) 'And I shall rejoice over them to do good to them, and shall plant them in this land in truth, with all My heart and with all My being.'

Crossing Over From Mitsrayim

Crossing Over From Mitsrayim
Yam Suph - Sea of Reeds

Saturday, February 10, 2018

What is Truth? And Where Is It Found?

Wow, what a trip! It's been 11 years since I last posted, which includes the 1st 10+ years of coming into Truth.

One thing for certain, Truth is not relative to one's surroundings, thoughts, deeds (good or bad), beliefs, or any other extraneous influence(s).

The matter of the fact is this, if you 1st don't believe that Yahuweh (yes, I know I spell it a little differently now) is Elohim, that He is "The Creator of all things". Then I highly suggest that you go back to my 1st posting before continuing on here: 

In The Beginning

So to briefly share something, is that I helped a friend/brother create his Paleo Hebrew Font, around 8-9 years ago. We went through multiple reiterations before he was satisfied (at that time). He has done an extensive amount of study regarding the shapes and the meanings of each letter, and has a lot of interesting things to share regarding the ALEPH-BEIT. You can search for "eriktology" or go to his website at:

So If you believe in Yahuweh’s WORD, then we can find out where Truth is found! People have searched the world over, and it's readily found here:

(Tehillim (Psalms) 119:142)

Your righteousness is righteousness forever, And Your Torah is truth.

In the Modern Hebrew it looks like this: 

In the Paleo Hebrew it looks like this:

So again this means that Truth is not relative as it has been pawned off in recent history. As a means to an end to justify whatever it is that people try to make acceptable. So in other words they are trying to “turn a pig’s ear into a silk purse”. Only it’s still a pig’s ear.

You may already know this, and that is that Hebrew is read from right to left ← . The last word on the far left is phonetically said “EMET” spelled ALEPH – MEM – TAW, right to left. It’s rather interesting because the first letter in Hebrew is ALEPH
“a” and the last is TAV or TAW t. Yahuweh and Yahusha say that He is the ALEPH-TAW, the beginning and the end, (not the Alpha and Omega as is used from the Greek alphabet). Omega isn't the final letter in Greek. 

All Hebrew letters have meaning. For instance the letter MEM m briefly means: waters, birth, and to bring forth. ALEPH “a” briefly means: ox
head, strength, first, and authority. TAW t briefly means: cross, sign of the covenant, last or end. I use the term “briefly means” because there are deeper understandings  of the meanings of all the letters.

So now for the answer to the 1st question last, you might say that regarding

Yahuweh’s TORAH, EMET or TRUTH:

“TORAH, EMET or TRUTH has the authority through the covenant to bring forth living waters for all time”.

How about being a man or woman of truth? How would that look?

A man of Truth= AISH SHAL EMET: 
tma lc cya
A woman of Truth=AISHA  SHAL EMET: 
tma lc acya

How about you? Are you a person of   tma ,TRUTH, EMET?


Monday, November 12, 2007

Know The End From The Beginning

Isaiah 46:9-10 The Scriptures '98 “Remember the former events of old, for I am El, and there is no one else – Elohim, and there is no one like Me, (10) declaring the end from the beginning, and from of old that which has not yet been done, saying, ‘My counsel does stand, and all My delight I do,’

Throughout many generations people have been claiming that the end is near. Now each day that goes by does make it that much closer, however, when will be the signs of this time, what are the "End Times" called in the Scriptures, and what will occur, and where, and to whom, and are there things surfacing in that day that haven't before?

In order to understand what I'm addressing here, it's important for you to understand the terms in which I'm using:

My Terms - Previously Called

Yahweh - the LORD,the L-rd

Yahshua The Messiah - Jesus Christ

(Yahshua HaMoshiach)

El or Elohim - God, G-d, GOD

Master - Lord

Scripture - Bible

TaNaK - Old Testament

Renewed Covenant - New Testament

The next thing I want to point out is origin. Finding out where something comes from allows us to go back and check the validity of what we're relying on. In this case I'm referring to Scripture. So I rely on getting information from the Hebrew for the TaNaK, and for the Renewed Covenant I use a couple of sources such as ISR's "The Scriptures", and the Peshitta (Aramaic version of the Renewed Covenant) and other sources, such as Eddie Chumney's book: "RESTORING THE TWO HOUSES OF ISRAEL" (RTTHOI).

At times I do take the liberty in changing some words to reflect the original words or names, and so please understand as in the following paragraphs taken from Eddie Chumney's book, I have made some slight changes. I believe in not having to re-invent the wheel, but also in giving credit where it's due.

"The Day of Yahweh" is the end times and the beginning of the Messianic Age:

"The day of Yahweh is a major theme in Scripture especially in the writings of the prophets. The subject of the day of Yahweh in the writings of the prophets mostly concerns the advent of the coming of the Messiah (HaMashiach), the judgment of the nations, the tribulation period (Chevlai shel Mashiach/Ya’acov’s trouble) and the Messianic age (Athid Lavo). Because the Sabbath (Shabbat) is called the day of Yahweh (Isaiah [Yeshayahu] 58:13-14), it is therefore a foreshadowing of the Messianic Age (Athid Lavo)." (RTTHOI)

What Are The "End Times" Called In The Scriptures?

"There are many titles for "The day of Yahweh". Some of these titles will indicate a time of trial, trouble, tribulation and darkness (EVENING = a time of darkness) while other titles will indicate a time of peace and tranquility (MORNING = a time of light)." (RTTHOI)

"In That Day" is a Hebrew idiom for "The Day of Yahweh"

"The day of Yahweh is often referred to in the writings of the prophets with the shortened code form of "in that day." Actually, in that day is a Hebrew idiom for the day of Yahweh. In fact, a major subject and theme of the book of Isaiah (Yeshayahu) are the events that will be taking place during the time period known as the day of Yahweh. In his writings, the prophet Isaiah (Yeshayahu) most often uses the term "in that day" to refer to the day of Yahweh. The term "in that day" can be found in the following verses (Isaiah [Yeshayahu] 2:11, 17, 20, 3:7, 18, 4:1-2, 5:30, 7:18, 21, 23, 10:20, 27, 11:10-11, 16, 12:1, 4, 17:4, 9, 19:16, 18-19, 21, 23-24, 20:6, 22:8, 12, 20, 25, 23:15, 24:21, 25:9, 26:1, 27:1-2, 12-13, 28:5, 29:18, 30:23, 25-26, 31:7, 52:6)." (RTTHOI)

"At That Time" is a Hebrew idiom for "The Day of Yahweh"

"There is another Hebrew idiom which refers to the day of Yahweh. The phrase "at that time" is another code word (Hebrew idiom) for the day of Yahweh. The term, "at that time" can be found in the following verses (Isaiah [Yeshayahu] 18:7, Jeremiah [Yirmeyahu] 3:17, 4:11, 8:1, 31:1, 50:4, 20, Daniel 12:1, Joel (Yo’el) 3:1, Zephaniah 1:12, 3:20)." (RTTHOI)

You may recognize this verse:

Revelation 1:10 I came to be in the Spirit on the Day of Yahweh, and I heard behind me a loud voice, as of a trumpet,

It's been preached that this refers to Sunday, but in fact it doesn't, this refers to the end times. On first pass I found 29 verses stating this phrase "The Day of Yahweh":

Isaiah 2:12; Isaiah 13:6; Isaiah 13:9; Isaiah 34:8; Jeremiah 46:10; Lamentations 2:22; Ezekiel 13:5; Ezekiel 30:3; Joel 1:15; Joel 2:1; Joel 2:11; Joel 2:31; Joel 3:14; Amos 5:18; Amos 5:20; Obadiah 1:15; Zephaniah 1:7; Zephaniah 1:8; Zephaniah 1:14; Zephaniah 1:18; Zephaniah 2:2; Zephaniah 2:3; Zechariah 14:1; Malachi 4:5; Acts 2:20; 1 Corinthians 5:5; 2 Corinthians 1:14; 1 Thessalonians 5:2; 2 Peter 3:10

There are many more verses yet that refer to this stated in other ways, I will list a few verses here, but these references are by no means exhaustive:

1. The day of visitation (Isaiah 10:3) “What shall you do in the day of visitation, and in the ruin which comes from afar? To whom would you run for help? And where would you leave your wealth?

2. The wrath of Yahweh of hosts (Isaiah 13:13) “So I shall make the heavens tremble, and the earth shall shake from her place, in the wrath of Yahweh of hosts and in the day of the heat of His displeasure.

3. The day of grief and incurable pain (Isaiah 17:11) by day make your plant to grow, and in the morning make your seed to flourish – but the harvest is a heap in the day of grief and incurable pain.

4. The day of trouble or evil (Isaiah 22:5) For it is a day of uproar and treading down and perplexity by the Master Yahweh of hosts in the Valley of Vision – breaking down of a wall and of crying to the mountain.; (Jeremiah 51:2) And I shall send winnowers to Babel, who shall winnow her and empty her land. For they shall be against her all around, in the day of evil.

5. "The Great Day of Yahweh" and "The Day of Yahweh": (Zephaniah 1:14-15) Near is the great day of Yahweh, near and hurrying greatly, the noise of the day of Yahweh. Let the mighty man then bitterly cry out! (15) That day is a day of wrath, a day of distress and trouble, a day of waste and ruin, a day of darkness and gloominess, a day of clouds and thick darkness,

There are so many verses regarding "The Day of Yahweh" and most of them are found throughout the TaNaK. With all these prophecies which are yet to be fulfilled, how can anyone say that the TaNaK, (Old Testament) has been done away with? That everything in it has been fulfilled, that we are no more under the "law", and so forth. Frankly it doesn't take long to find out that this is ludicrous thinking and teaching.

I firmly believe each person who gives a darn about where they're going to spend eternity should check things out for themselves, and not just believe the party line that's been preached and rewritten wrongly either by mistake or sometimes on purpose for nearly the last 2 millennia. The first thing that I believe one needs to do is to set into your heart this one thing: Be a person who seeks the truth, and lives that truth no matter what the cost. To do less is to believe a lie and to live in delusion.

2nd Thessalonians 2:10-12 The Scriptures '98 (10) and with all deceit of unrighteousness in those perishing, because they did not receive the love of the truth, in order for them to be saved. (11) And for this reason Elohim sends them a working of delusion, for them to believe the falsehood, (12) in order that all should be judged who did not believe the truth, but have delighted in the unrighteousness.

This time is rapidly approaching, and even at our very door step now. There's so much to learn and so little time. You may identify with this blog site, as I've written about my last ten years when I first started questioning the validity of what was taught for so long. I could all of a sudden see the conflicts, but didn't know where to turn.

(International Sign of Confusion) I later found out many people across the world during this same time had the same thing happen to them! And then I found out why!

Whoa, man if you only knew! It's huge!!! It'll knock your socks off when you find out!!! And it's all there in Scripture waiting for you. It's been prophesied in the book of Daniel about the time of the end:

Daniel 12:4 The Scriptures '98 (4) “But you, Dani’el, hide the words, and seal the book until the time of the end. Many shall diligently search and knowledge shall increase.”

I give plenty of references and resources for you to do your own homework on these pages, so please come and spend some more time, and I promise you won't be disappointed. I suggest starting off with the beginning page and working up from there, as you'll most likely quickly identify what took me so long to go through. In The Beginning

People from 38 countries so far seem to be identifying with these pages I've written, and I hope you will too. It's time to find out what really happened, is really happening, and what's going to happen.

There's a joke I've told for many years, but it seems to be sadly true, and it goes something like this:

"There are 3 types of people in the world, 1) Those that make things happen, 2) Those that watch things happen, and 3) those that say................what happened?

Which one do I want to be? The first, and I hope you do too.

I hope this page has shed some light on establishing "that day" for you. Please again do your own homework and prove these things out. Next I'll be sharing what does "Know the End from the Beginning" hold for us.

May Yahweh Bless You and Guard You,


Saturday, August 18, 2007

Time To Shake Your Tree

So sorry that it's taken this long to post anything. I've been quite busy these last couple of months, and time has simply slipped by.

Now in my last posting I had stated that I would cover something regarding a title, or more accurately a name. Well there's no sense in reinventing the wheel, so I've copied the article "What Did Leah Really Say?" here for you to read, as I believe it has some very fundamental Scriptural prinicples in it. You should really be aware of these, and to consider applying them to your life.

I will comment at the end of the article in a separate color as shown here, so without further ado:
I have been asked why I do not use the word God and instead use the word Elohim. I will attempt to convey as best as possible the answer to this question. However, this “study” is not for the causal reader but for the ones who are truly seeking to know truth. If you’ve read my articles on the Names of Yahweh and Yahshua you will remember that our Heavenly Father has a personal name. A Name that He has not only given us but has commanded us to call Him and to remember forever.
So if He has a personal Name, why would we continue to call Him by a title? Is the word “God” a title or a name? This “title”, “God”, has been known as His name for many years. But if it isn’t His Name, then whose name is it?
We can find the answer from Leah, one of Jacob’s wives. Let’s look at Genesis 39:11 in 3 versions of Scripture, Hebrew, King James with the numbers from Strong’s Concordance, and Institute for Scripture Research.

Gen 30:11 ותאמר לאה בגד ותקרא את־שׁמו גד׃ (Hebrew)

Gen 30:11 And Leah3812 said,559 A troop cometh:1413 and she called7121 (853) his name8034 Gad.1410 (KJV)

Gen 30:11 And Le’ah said, “With Gad_!” So she called his name Gad_. (ISR)

What exactly was Leah saying? Did she say “a troop cometh”? Or did she say “with Gad”? Looking at the Hebrew and using Strong’s concordance let’s see what we can find. Strong uses the number 1413 and 1410 when quoting and describing what Leah said. Let’s see the definition for these numbers based on Strong’s. Strong’s lists the number, then the Hebrew letters, then the pronunciation, and then his definition. So first let’s look at H1413 and then H1410.
H1413 גּדד ga^dad , gaw-dad'A primitive root (compare H1461); to crowd; also to gash (as if by pressing into): - assemble (selves by troops), gather (selves together, self in troops), cut selves.
H1410 גּד ga^d, gawdFrom H1464; Gad, a son of Jacob, including his tribe and its territory; also a prophet: - Gad.
1. The first thing to notice is that the Hebrew letters are not the same for the two words.
2. Secondly, we notice the pronunciation of the name, gawd or god.
3. Thirdly we should notice that the number 1410 is not a definition of the word but it describes who this person was.

So where is the definition of the word? What does the word mean?
Why are there two different numbers for what she said? Is it really saying “god”?
Now I use Strong’s rather frequently when trying to see what is said in Scripture, but I have found that Mr. Strong was human. Occasionally he makes a mistake. Let’s look at the Hebrew letters above in the verse from Gen. 30:11. For those who can’t really read Hebrew we will just have to look for two groups of letters that look similar.

Here are the two groups of letters for what Leah said about her son. Now notice something very interesting. Remember Hebrew is read from right to left. So the first group of letters are Dalet-Gimmel dg and the second group of letters are different they are Dalet-Gimmel-Bet dgb. In 1413, the first set of Hebrew letters that Strong uses, he uses letters that are different than what is written in the Hebrew. He uses Dalet-Dalet-Gimmel- ddg גּדד . This is not what it says in the original Hebrew, therefore the number he assigns to the first group of letters cannot be 1413, so the definition “troop” would be incorrect. So what number should be assigned?

Let’s look at the second group of letters. The number assigned is 1410, which as I’ve stated is not a definition, but describing who the person became. So what is the definition, or meaning of the word? Let’s look at Strong’s number 1408 and even 1409.

H1408 גּד gad, gadA variation of H1409; Fortune, a Babylonian deity:
H1409 גּד ga^d, gawdFrom H1464 (in the sense of distributing); fortune:

The Hebrew letters are written the same as what was written in our verse above. Why did Mr. Strong not use 1408 or 1409 instead of 1410 or 1413? You can ponder that for a moment.
Now let’s look at Isaiah 65:11

Isa 65:11 But ye859 are they that forsake5800 the LORD,3068 that forget7913 (853) my holy6944 mountain,2022 that prepare6186 a table7979 for that troop,1408 and that furnish4390 the drink offering4469 unto that number.4507 (KJV)

Isa 65:11 "But as for you who forsake the LORD and forget my holy mountain, who spread a table for Fortune and fill bowls of mixed wine for Destiny, (NIV)

Isa 65:11 “But you are those who forsake יהוה, who forget My set-apart mountain, who prepare a table for Gad, and who fill a drink offering for Meni. (ISR)

In the KJV it states that they prepare a table for that “troop” and yet Strong gives it the number 1408. The NIV uses the word “Fortune” based on the 1408 number. Then ISR takes it a step further and uses the Hebrew word or name of Gad. It is clear that the Isaiah 65 verse is talking about the name of a pagan deity named Gad as well as the deity Meni who was the deity of destiny. Isaiah was not talking about a troop or a number. It doesn’t even make sense reading the context of the verse.

Therefore based on the Hebrew letters and the definition of the words, Mr. Strong should have used his number 1408 for the name of Leah’s son instead of 1410. So if Gad in Isaiah 65 is the same as Gad, Leah’s son, just what was she really saying? What Leah was saying was that the deity of Fortune,Remember Jacob’s wives were not necessarily followers or believers of Yahweh as their Elohim or as the only Elohim. Rachel, Leah’s sister, took the idols from their father Laben’s house before they left. Leah and Rachel were no strangers to pagan deities and would not blink an eye to naming their children after one of them.

Gen 31:19 And when Laban had gone to shear his sheep, Raḥel stole the house idols that were her father’s.

Gen 31:34 Now Raḥel had taken the house idols and put them in the camel’s saddle, and sat on them. And Laban searched all about the tent but did not find them.

Gad “God” was and is the name of the mighty one of fortune. We know that as believers in Yahweh we should not be seeking the mighty one of fortune but that Yahweh is our treasure and He will supply our needs. It’s kind of ironic isn’t it that our money states, “In God we trust” Is it in Yahweh we trust or in Fortune?

Apart from Gad, the son of Jacob, Yaacob, there was another “Gad.” The astrologers of Babel called Jupiter (Zeus) by the name “Gad.” He was also well known among the Canaanites (the Kenaanites) where his name was often coupled with Baal, Baal Gad, which according to the Massoretic vowel pointing in the Book of Yehoshua is pronounced: Baal God, or Lord God. This same name is discovered in the ancient Germanic languages as Gott, Goda, Gode, God, Gud, Gade. And searching further back into its Indo-Germanic (Indo-European) roots, we find that it traces back to the word GHODH, which means “union,” even “sexual union”.

I do not call Yahweh my Father, “God” because that is how the name of the pagan deity Gad’s name is pronounced. So if I say God help me, it is the same as saying Gad help me, in pronunciation. I find it better to use the Name of the One True Elohim, the Name He gave us to call Him, Yahweh. I find no reason to give Him a substitute name or title. So I hope that answers the question as to why I use Elohim. Inevitably, someone will say, “Well, I don’t speak Hebrew”. To which I answer, “Do you speak Greek? Babylonian? German? French? Then why use their words but balk at using Hebrew?” If you have ever uttered the word Halleluyah or Immanuel then you are speaking Hebrew. So using another Hebrew word isn’t such a stretch. I realize that habits are hard to break, but consider the following verse:

Exo 23:13 “And in all that I have said to you take heed. And make no mention of the name of other mighty ones, let it not be heard from your mouth.

On this road we travel to walk as righteously as we can, doing what we can to please our Father and Savior, I encourage you to pray about it and see what He speaks to your heart concerning what His Name is and what is pleasing to Him. This choice is yours for the making, I’m only answering the question why I don’t use it. This is between you and Yahweh. Yahweh Bless you!

 Now if you caught what ended up happening in Isaiah 65:11, is that the proper names of the pagan mighty ones were taken out, and replaced with words that aren't names. Then that very name of a pagan mighty one which comes out of Babylon is then used by the translators to replace El, or Elohim throughout Scripture. This bit of trickery then gets us to read and say this name, which is a direct violation of Exodus 23:13. and they cause us to use this name to refer to Yahweh with!
When I found this out, I was upset to the point that I felt violated, and that they (whoever they is) would dare to refer to Yahweh in this manner, especially since they knew what they were doing in the first place! There's no denying the "lie" here.
When pointing this particular issue out, people will often say, "well I don't speak Hebrew". And my response to that is, yes you do, and you don't even know it. Here's but a few words that are borrowed from the Hebrew language:
Abacus, cider, cinnamon, coral, elephant, gopher, halleluYah, jockey, jot,...
And the list goes on and on. This is no excuse for something so dastardly to have ever occured in the first place. While I'm not going to get into it here today, the term "the LORD" is yet another violation of Scripture, replacing Yahweh's Name with another pagan name. You can find out more on your own by reading "Come Out of Her My People", searching the internet, etc., to come to your own conlusions.
You know in the book of Dani'el there's a verse that speaks of the times we're living in:

Daniel 12:4 "But you, Dani’ĕl, hide the words, and seal the book until the time of the end. Many shall diligently search and knowledge shall increase."

Our knowledge of Scripture is growing exponentially in these days. This is something that's never occurred until now. We're at 11:59 "the time of the end" is drawing ever so near. I strongly encourage you to seek His Truth above all else.
May Yahweh Bless You And Guard You,