Michael Colunga (18 May 2011)
"That's an error even a novice wouldn't make!  Who doesn't know his Behar from his Bechukotai?"

 
Hello, John and Doves,
 
I am so glad that God is God, and that I am not God.  Whenever I come close to thinking that I am God, He cuts me down a notch [or I do so myself, with nary a nudge].
 
I sincerely apologize for confusing the readings [I think I've done this once or twice before] of Behar and Bechukotai.  This May 21, 2011/Iyyar 17, 5771 is Shabbat again.  The reading for this upcoming weekend is "Bechukotai"--division, separation.  The Parshah [Torah reading] is from Leviticus 26:3 to 27:34.  As such,
    "And five 2568 of you shall chase 7291 an hundred 3967, and an hundred 3967 of you shall put ten thousand 7233 to flight 7291: and your enemies 341 shall fall 5307 before 6440 you by the sword 2719."
                                                                                                                    Leviticus 26:8
belongs in Bechukotai, not the previous parshah, Behar.
 
To God alone be the glory!
 
Baruch HaShem Adonai,
Mike C.
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Michael Colunga (17 May 2011)
"RE: Jews will be forced to fight another war for their survival"

 
Hello, John and Doves,
 
And yet it is written,
    "And he said, "Listen, all you of Judah and you inhabitants of Jerusalem, and you, King Jehoshaphat! Thus says the LORD to you: 'Do not be afraid nor dismayed because of this great multitude, for the battle [is] not yours, but God's."  2 Chronicles 20:15
 
Moses said,
    "And five 2568 of you shall chase 7291 an hundred 3967, and an hundred 3967 of you shall put ten thousand 7233 to flight 7291: and your enemies 341 shall fall 5307 before 6440 you by the sword 2719."
                                                                                                                    Leviticus 26:8 [part of the parshah for Behar, Iyyar 10, 5771/May 14, 2011]
 
Even four lepers have victory not of their own making, but of the LORD's making!  [See 2 Kings, chapter 7]
 
Hallelujah!  What a Savior!
 
Baruch HaShem Adonai,
Mike C.
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Steven S (16 May 2011)
"Jews will be forced to fight another war for their survival"


To All Doves,
 
For Fair Use and Educational Purposes
 
 

Jews will be forced to fight another war for their survival

May 16, 2011
The Arabs have learned nothing from history. The Islamic Nakba day attack on Israel will force the Jewish state to prepare for another war in the Middle East.

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh and Abu Mazen is again united in their war on Israel.

The state of Israel will soon have to battle for its survival.  The Arabs have learnt nothing from their lost wars of 1948, 1967, and 1973.
Islamic terrorism has attacked Israel since the formation of the PLO in 1964. The war goes on. There will be no peace with Israel, before the Jews live in submission to Islam, or the state of Israel is gone.
The state of Israel will be left alone. The EU, the USA and the International community will do nothing to defend the Jewish state. Like during the running up to Ward War II, hundreds of millions of lukewarm Jew-haters will not lift a finger.
Under pressure, Israel will give in to the pressure. All nations going against her, will force the Jews to enter into a “peace agreement”. And this faulty deal, will just be used by Islam to prepare for the final onslaught on the Worlds Jewry, a well planned final and total Holocaust.
In the midst of chaos and darkness, the Messiah will return to save Israel and all who are waiting for him.
The disaster will strike the enemies of Israel like lightning. They will perish like flies, because they do not know God, and His righteousness and salvation.
 
Isaiah 51:6
Lift up your eyes to the heavens, look at the earth beneath; the heavens will vanish like smoke, the earth will wear out like a garment and its inhabitants die like flies. But my salvation will last forever, my righteousness will never fail.
Palestinian president Abu Mazen, alias Mahmoud Abbas, says ‘Nakba Day’ fatalities unavoidable sacrifice en route to statehood‬‬
Mazen commented Sunday on the violent clashes of ‘Nakba Day’ saying that “The blood of the Nakba fatalities was not spilled in vain. They died for the Palestinian people’s rights and freedom.”
In a special “Nakba Day” speech, Abbas said the Palestinians “can feel their state coming together and that the world supports the end of Israeli occupation.”
Meanwhile, Hamas seemed encouraged by the mass ‘Nakba Day’ rallies, describing them as “a turning point in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.”
Sunday’s events “prove that the Palestinian people want to end the occupation and achieve the return (of Palestinian refugees) and that they will not back down, no matter the price,” Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said.
Source of Arab Palestinian comments: Ynetnews.com.
Written by Ivar


Steven