In Isaiah 46:9-10, Elohim states, “Remember the former things of old, for I am Elohim, and there is no one else. I am El, and there is none like Me, declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times things that are not yet done. Saying, my counsel shall stand, and I will do all My pleasure….” This declaration tells us that those who desire to understand what Elohim has prophesied to happen at the end of the age must first understand how those prophecies correspond to what He had declared at the beginning of the age.

Since the prophecies that are related to the end of the age are best detailed in the Book of Revelation, the "end" of the Bible, it follows that they correspond to what Elohim had declared in the Book of Genesis, at the "beginning" of the Bible, which in Hebrew means, “Beginnings.” Specifically, they prove to correspond to the creative acts Elohim declared during the seven days of creation, which begin with the creation of light and end with rest. The code also proves to have seven corresponding spiritual equivalents that begin with truth and end with salvation.

The Genesis Code, in my opinion, is now the most important key to understanding Biblical prophecy. It should increase your understanding of it well beyond your current understanding. Events like the great tribulation, the abomination that makes desolate, and the second Exodus, etc., will no longer be a mystery to you. So, let’s get started!


The Parable of the Good Samaritan, recorded in Luke 10:25-37, is one of Yeshua’s most beloved parables. Over the years ministers have read it to their followers hoping to instill in them a greater sense of brotherhood and kindness. While this teaching is commendable, it does not convey the fullest significance of the parable. The account begins when a lawyer, who was well-versed in the Law of Moses, the Torah, challenged Yeshua with the question, …Teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?” After Yeshua’s reply, the lawyer asked the follow-up question, "Who is my neighbor?” It was at this point that Yeshua told the parable. Many people lose focus on the first question regarding eternal life and instead, focus on the follow-up question as if it were a separate, unrelated question. It is not. This mistake reduces the message of the parable to a social issue rather than a spiritual issue, salvation. So, with this context in mind, let us refocus on the true topic of the parable, salvation, to see what wonderful mysteries it contains!


John’s good news account tells us that Yeshua was at the temple during the Feast of Hanukkah, which in Hebrew means “dedication” (John 10:22-23). Hanukkah was instituted by Judas Maccabaeus in 164 BC in memory of the cleansing of the temple after Antiochus Epiphanes, the Greek ruler of Syria, had desecrated it by placing an altar to the pagan god Zeus in the temple and sacrificing a pig, an unclean animal, on the Altar of Burnt Offerings. It is an eight-day, annual feast that is celebrated for the rededication of the temple altar beginning on the 25th of Chislev, which corresponds to the middle of December.

Since Yeshua was at the temple during the Feast of Hanukkah, some Believers in the Hebrew Roots community chose to keep it. In contrast, others chose not to, mainly because it is not a commanded observance in the Scriptures. So, should we keep the Feast of Hanukkah, or shouldn’t we? There is much more to consider than what is plainly stated in the Hanukkah account. If we want to decide as to whether or not we should keep the Feast, then we need to understand it in its full context, which starts in chapter 7. So, let’s get started.


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One of the most intriguing mysteries of the Bible is the identity of the two witnesses in the book of Revelation. These two witnesses appear in chapter 11 of this highly-symbolic book where they play a prominent role in the prophecies that occur at the end of the age. Of course, there are several interpretations as to their identity. Most, if not all of them, seem to be based on an element of truth; however, they fall short because they fail to recognize the most important clue within the context of the chapter. That clue is in verse 15, which reads, “The seventh messenger sounded, and great voices in heaven followed, saying, ‘The kingdom of the world has become the Kingdom of our Master and of His Messiah. He will reign forever and ever!’” This is the key to properly identifying the two witnesses, because, the Scriptures tell us that when Messiah Yeshua returns, He will return as our Groom, which is well-evident in the symbolism of the chapter. So, let’s study this chapter from a Hebrew Roots perspective, verse by verse!  


Today, we are living in a time when there is an unprecedented attack on the Bible in Western Civilization. Abortion has now come to include after-birth abortion. Homosexuality has now come to include same-sex marriage. Lawlessness has now led to attempts to defund the police. And people shamelessly turn a blind eye to openly corrupt politicians in order to advance their own, personal agenda. Are the things that are happening in the world today signs that we are nearing the end of the age? How did they spiral out of control so quickly? Is it possible that we have failed to identify the prophesies that culminate in Yeshua’s return (Rev. 11:15), namely the seven trumpet plagues? Is His return imminent? If it is, is it possible that the fifth trumpet plagues, which are described as the first “woe,” are currently being fulfilled? King Solomon wrote, “It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, but the glory of kings is to search out a matter” (Prov. 25:2). Do you agree?


The Apostle Paul admonished Timothy to Preach the word! Be ready in season and out of season. Convince, rebuke, exhort, with all longsuffering and teaching. For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine, but according to their own desires, because they have itching ears, they will heap up for themselves teachers; and they will turn their ears away from the truth, and be turned aside to fables (2 Tim. 4:2-4). Paul also admonishes Believers to Test all things; hold fast what is good (1 Thess. 5:21). So the Scriptures admonish us to test those who claim to come in YHVH’s name. But this begs the question What standard do we rely on? Isaiah wrote, To the Torah and to the testimony! If they do not speak according to this word, surely there is no light in them. (Isa. 8:20). Paul and Silas preached at Berea and the people, …received the word with all readiness of the mind, examining the Scriptures daily to see whether these things were so. (Acts 17:11) And many of them believed. Since the New Testament had not been written yet, the standard that the Bereans used was the Old Testament Scriptures.


Today, there is a great theological debate in the Body of Messiah as to who the people of Elohim truly are. Some Believers maintain that Elohim has replaced Israel with the church and that every biblical end-of-the-age prophecy regarding Israel is by default a reference to the church. There are those who refer to this doctrine negatively as “replacement theology!” Other Believers maintain that Elohim has two groups of elect: Israel and the church. There are those who refer to this doctrine negatively as “separation theology!” Still others maintain that the church is Israel! This doctrine is known as “remnant theology!” What is the truth? Who are the people of Elohim today? The designation "house of Israel" was first used as it relates to the United Kingdom. Later, during the divided kingdom, the northern tribes adopted the name. Therefore, when God divorced them they were referred to as "the lost sheep of the house of Israel." Then, when Yeshua arrived on the scene, He declared, "I was not sent but to the lost sheep of the house of Israel." Who was He referring to? [ [ [ COMING SOON ]