Announcements; 2019

17 Feb:   Beginning tomorrow there will be a fascinating series on the post Babylonian Captivity revival, which is really a precursor to the coming of Christ in the flesh and the Gospels.  The series will include an historical overview, the prophets Haggai and Zechariah, and the books of Ezra and Nehemiah, with a particular focus on their meaning as it applies to today’s situation and preparations for the second coming of Christ in our time.  Following this series we will return to the Gospels with Mark, Luke and John.


11 Feb:   2019 Pre Passover posting schedule: Our theme for 2019 is Spiritual Revival.   All of these studies will be fully revised and updated with the latest understanding. 

Jan- Daniel and Revelation  Feb-  Matthew, Inter Testament books  Mar-  Mark, Luke and John Apr-  Spring Festivals subjects.  The plan is to continue studies through the New Testament through to the 2019 Fall Festivals.  Note:  All commercially available books of New Testament commentary studies will have new editions published during 2019.  The new editions will be announced as they become available.

See our new article The US, Latin America and Europe

4 Feb:   7 February will be the first day of the twelfth biblical month. 

After the Matthew studies, in honor of Purim which begins on 20 Feb; on 18 Feb an article on the Inter Testament period is scheduled, to be followed by an article on Esther and Purim, and then the Ezra and Nehemiah studies.  These Inter Testament studies will help in explaining the situation in Judea during the physical life of Christ.   After this short series the Mark studies are scheduled. 

Please note that the Rabbins insert the intercalary 13th month before the twelfth month [calling the 13th the 12th, and the 12th as the 13th] so as to hold Purim on 20 and 21 March. 

Is the timing of this Festival which commemorates deliverance from Haman in the empire of king Artaxerxes Longimanus of any significance in the timing of the Israeli elections and a possible Middle East war?

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