Why I Am Celibate

I’ve been celibate for a very long time. I started practising celibacy when I got deep into Hinduism, because in this religion (as well as in Buddhism) it is told that one should become celibate in order to reach the divine. Celibacy isn’t the only path in Hinduism, but it’s the one that I chose.

Of course, later my negative experiences in these pagan religions made me understand that none of those paths led to God; and when Yeshua saved me (I talk about this here) and I became a Christian, I broke celibacy once because I got back with my ex-boyfriend, having realized that celibacy is not required in Christianity.

However, this getting back with my ex was against the will of YHWH and it was a huge mistake. I talk about it here. I thank YHWH that He showed me enough reasons not to proceed to marry that person.Read more…

The Book of Giants in Dead Sea Scrolls And Other Sources

The fragments of The Book of Giants discovered among the Dead Sea Scrolls give us a better insight into the events recorded in Genesis 6:4 about the time when giants dwelt on earth.

In The Book of Enoch and other apocryphal books we read that when the sons of YHWH descended to take human women for their wives, they taught them all kinds of things that they themselves knew not in full, and because of these teachings humanity fell into immorality and destruction.

Through the teachings of the fallen ones the whole world became defiled and therefore YHWH had to cause the flood to wipe out the corrupted creation.Read more…

Hebrew Gospel of Matthew

According to Nehemia Gordon, a Karaite Jew, more than 27 Hebrew manuscripts of the Gospel of Matthew exist.

Whether those are originals are to be decided when Nehemia publishes them (I’m not sure if he will share with us originals or translations). However, the nine accessible manuscripts based on which George Howard published a book suffered from interpolations and therefore they should be read with caution.

George Howard’s manuscripts are from Shem Tov’s book which was written by this rabbi (Shem Tov) in the fourteenth century to refute Christianity. So this rabbi preserved the Hebrew gospel in doing so, as he copied each line of it in order to refute it line-by-line.

I chose in this article to analyze Shem Tov’s preserved gospel in Hebrew because, if interpolations are ignored, one can gain a better clarity about the teachings of Yeshua.Read more…

Ark of the Covenant Was Not Lost but Hidden

For nothing is secret, that shall not be made manifest; neither any thing hid, that shall not be known and come abroad.

— Luke 8:17

It is believed by some that the Ark of the Covenant is hidden in Ethiopia. It is claimed that King Solomon had an illegitimate son from the queen of Sheba whose name was Menelik. When Menelik visited Solomon, it is claimed that Solomon gave him many gifts and wanted him to stay in Jerusalem, but Menelik wanted to return to his own country.Read more…

Attacks from Demonic Kingdom

In this article I will describe what happened to me before and after the publishing my two articles on the gender of the Holy Spirit, as well as things concerning the reception of this information by some readers.

The dark forces tried to delay my publishing of the first video on the gender of the Holy Spirit by blocking my access to funds. None of the ATMs worked (I’m abroad so going to a bank is not an option), and one of my cards, because of the malfunctioning of an ATM machine, was retained by it!

I realized that all this sudden obstruction is the resistance of the satanic kingdom so as to delay the publishing of very important information. This is not the first time it happened to me. Whenever the information that I’m about to publish promises to free people in some way, the demonic kingdom puts barriers in my way. Since they rule this world, they are surely capable of causing many difficulties.

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More Proof That the Holy Spirit Is Feminine

In this article I provide further proof from various sources that the Holy Spirit has a feminine gender. In this post I quote from the Old Testament, Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and the writings of early leaders of the Eastern as well as Western churches.

I also mention relevant Church history as well as quote from the works of some of the Biblical languages’ scholars that are related to this topic.

Please read the first article on the gender of the Holy Spirit for the main information, as this post is a sequel providing further resources in support of the feminine gender of the Spirit of God.Read more…

What the Catholic Church Doesn’t Want You to Know About the Holy Spirit

The gender of the Holy Spirit has been the object of some discussion in recent years, questioning whether the Holy Spirit should be referred to as “he”, “she” or “it”. To some extent this derives from the gender of the noun used in different languages. In the original Hebrew of the Old Testament, the word for spirit is “rūaḥ” is a feminine noun.

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It’s true – the Hebrew word for “spirit” is indeed of the feminine gender. And some argue that since all Hebrew words have either feminine or masculine genders, and there is no neutral gender, that it makes no difference whether we call the Holy Spirit he, she or it.

I disagree with this argument, because the Holy Spirit is a living being and not an object in which there’s no life.

Yes, it’s true – every Hebrew noun, whether it’s living or not, has a gender assigned to it. For example, the word “city” (קִרְיָה) is a feminine noun in Hebrew.Read more…

Demonology: Who Is Lilith?

Lilith is mentioned only once in the Bible – in Isaiah 34:14, where the Hebrew word לִילִית (“lilit) is translated as the “screetch owl”. In the verse Isaiah prophesizes that she will be one of the demonic nocturnal creatures which will haunt the destroyed kingdom of Edom.

This Hebrew word for the demoness Lilith is thought to be from the root word לִילִ which stands for “night” or “gloom”. In Arabic and Akkadian this word stands for “night” as well. However, it is believed by some researchers that the name Lilith comes from the Sumerian lil which means “air”, and in some cuneiform inscriptions the terms lilitu and lilit stand for the disease-bearing wind spirits (source).

According to the same source, the first time that we find this demon mentioned is at around 3,000 BC, as a class of Sumerian storm spirits called lilitu:Read more…

Make Sure You Are Grafted In

And if some of the branches be broken off, and thou, being a wild olive tree, wert graffed in among them, and with them partakest of the root and fatness of the olive tree;

Boast not against the branches. But if thou boast, thou bearest not the root, but the root thee.

Thou wilt say then, The branches were broken off, that I might be graffed in.

Well; because of their unbelief they were broken off, and thou standest by faith. Be not highminded, but fear:

For if God spared not the natural branches, take heed lest he also spare not thee.

Behold therefore the goodness and the severity of God: on them which fell, severity; but toward thee, goodness, if thou continue in his goodness: otherwise thou also shalt be cut off.

— Romans 11:17-22

In this passage Paul explains that the Gentiles were made partakers of the salvation that belongs to the Jews. It’s explained that we should not become boastful about this fact to the Jews as we can be cut off – as the unbelieving Jews were cut off.

If God spared not the natural branches, how much more should we fear that we would not be spared if we become proud about our salvation. We may also be cut off if we misuse the grace of God which He has shown to us, as it’s clear from the last quoted verse, where it says that we will be spared if we continue in His goodness.Read more…

Eastern vs. Western Mindset – What You Need to Know to Understand the Bible Better

I’ve been fortunate to be living in the East for around ten years. I love living here because I see the eastern way of life as much more natural and certainly more stress-free.

So although it can be a hassle to work out the matters to do with visas and flights in order to continually live in the East, the benefits of living here far outweigh these few negative points.

And although some of the greatest advantages of living in the East are a lower cost of living in general, as well as many choices of living affordably in places not infected with urbanization and commercialization, the most important reason which keeps me here is the eastern mindset.Read more…