The Hebrew title of this book is named Malakim which is plural for “kings” or “angels”. Malak is Hebrew and singular for “king” or “angel”. First Kings is the first half of a single book that was divided into two parts. These books continue the history of Ysrayl. The book of 1 Kings has threeContinue reading “1 Malakim Chapters 1 and 2”
Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be filled. HalleluYah. Mattithyah 5:6.
The title of this blog post came from the Langston Hughes’ poem, “The Negro Speaks of Rivers”. I saw a couple of things he got wrong in the poem but he was right when he said that the Hebrews have known (many) rivers like the Euphrates, the Nile, the Congo and the Mississippi. We areContinue reading “The Hebrew Speaks of Rivers: I’ve Known Rivers”
A few weeks ago I, bought this book called Without Sanctuary: Lynching Photography in America by James Allen, Hilton Als, Congressman John Lewis and Leon F. Litwack circa 2007. I almost didn’t buy it because of the price. I’m cheap with buying books because I buy so many but I usually buy used. This bookContinue reading “Book Review: Without Sanctuary”
This demon likes to whip children into submission . In Germany, they believe a Christmas devil called Krampus (shown above), who is half goat and half demon visits the children on December 6. This holiday is called St. Nicholas Day or Krampusnacht. A gift is put in a wooden shoe outside the house for theContinue reading “The Christmas Devil; The Christmas Witch”
Do you know that on November 27, 2014, the Kenyan government banned foreign adoptions? They cite that the children are being sex trafficked and/or worked harshly. I bet the Israylite Kenyan children are being sacrificed never to be seen again.
Yah brought this to my remembrance a few moments ago: Just like the wise men brought gifts to Yahoshua, the Hebrews use to bring gifts to Yah three times a year during the feasts. Yah told them not to come empty-handed. See Deuteronomy 16:16 and Mattithyah 2:2,11.
Chapter 23: David’s Last Words 1 Now these are the last words of David. Thus says David the son of Yesse. Thus says the man raised up on high, the anointed of Yah of Yahqob and the sweet psalmist of Ysrayl: “The Spirit of Yah spoke by me and His words was on my tongue.Continue reading “2 Shemuyah Chapters 23 and 24”
Chapter 21: Yah Caused a Drought: David Inquires of Yah: Shaul Broke the Treaty Yahoshua Ben Nun Made with the Gibeonites 1 Now there was a famine in the days of David for three years, year after year and David inquired of Yah. And Yah answered, “It is because Shaul and his bloodthirsty house, becauseContinue reading “2 Shemuyah Chapters 21 and 22”
Chapter 19: Yoab Threatens to Take the Mighty Men and Leave David because David is in Grief Over Abishalom and Will Not Talk to the People of Ysrayl 1 And Yoab was told, “Behold, the king is weeping and mourning for Absalom”. 2 So the victory that day was turned into mourning for all theContinue reading “2 Shemuyah Chapters 19 and 20”