April 18 and 19, 2015 SnyderTalk: Senators Reach Deal On Massive Free Trade Bill No One Has Seen

1--Intro Covering Israel and ME

“O magnify Yahweh with me, and let us exalt His Name together.” Psalm 34: 3


2--SnyderTalk Lead Headline for use


Michael McAuliff—Senators Reach Deal On Massive Free Trade Bill No One Has Seen:

Congress’ tax committees announced an agreement Thursday to speed through a bill to give President Barack Obama the fast-track authority that he will need to push mammoth new trade deals through Congress.

While a deal had been believed to be in the works, news that it was actually done came as a surprise to even members of the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee, which called a hearing on the pact with less than 12 hours’ notice.

“We’ve had a very positive set of discussions, and we are in my opinion close to reaching an agreement on Trade Promotion Authority,” Finance Committee Chairman Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) said Thursday, before the details were released both to his committee members and the public.

TPA refers to the fast-track trading authority that would allow the White House to cut new trade deals with Asian and European nations and pass them through Congress with expedited procedures. Under these rules, the deals cannot be amended or obstructed by procedures, and they get a simple up-or-down vote.

The fast track authority will likely pave the way for both the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership agreement with the European Union and the Trans-Pacific Partnership with a dozen Asian nations. Both deals are vastly larger than NAFTA, and would involve about two-thirds of the entire world’s economy. Currently, the United States has trade agreements covering just 10 percent of world trade.


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SnyderTalk Comment: The House and Senate reached an agreement with the president on a trade bill that no-one had read and few if any had seen.  Members of Congress were given 12 hours’ notice by the White House before the agreement was reached.

This is evidence of a very serious problem.  I’m not saying that I have a problem with the bill.  My only point is that members of Congress aren’t doing their job.

This is one example.  Obamacare is another.  There are many more.

What we have right now is very close to the textbook definition of a dictatorship.  The president decides and Congress rubberstamps his decisions.  The problem is obvious.

Why was Obama taken aback when Senators demanded to see and approve the nuclear deal that he negotiated with Iran?  He resisted until he had no alternative except to submit to the Constitution and to the Senate.

Obama was surprised because he’s had his way with no congressional pushback so many times before.

In SnyderTalk, I’ve said lots of negative things about Democrats, but I am not a Republican.  I have problems with both political parties.  Many of our legislators, Republicans and Democrats, should not be in government.

Tweaking an idea from William F. Buckley, Jr., we might be better off if we were governed by people whose names were selected randomly from the phone book.  That would solve the campaign financing problem and the term limits problem.

This is the pertinent question: would we be worse off?  I doubt it.

I’m exaggerating for effect, but this is my point: it’s time for us to do more than just talk about how appalling Congress is.  It’s time for us to do something about it.

How can Congress be so bad while members of the House and Senate keep getting reelected time after time?

The answer is simple.  Voters are not doing their job.

See “Obama defends trade pacts in meeting with Italian prime minister”.






13--Perspectives 2


Lee Smith: Inside Obama’s Meeting With Jewish Leaders— Imagine if at the height of Apartheid madness in South Africa, the president of the United States had decided to partner with the racist white regime in Pretoria, lift sanctions, and put that country’s illegal nuclear program on a glide path toward obtaining a nuclear bomb. Would South Africa have free and open democratic elections? Would the African continent be a better, safer place today? And what would America look like at home? Would we be a more equal country with an African-American president, or would we be something meaner and uglier? Who knows. But it seems safe to say that instead of honoring Nelson Mandela, Americans would probably be hearing a lot more of David Duke, or worse. For 36 years now, Iranian officials have threatened to annihilate Israel. As Basij commander Mohammad Reza Naqdi said recently, “Destroying Israel is non-negotiable.” There may be different centers of power throughout the regime, as Iran experts posit, but everyone agrees with the Supreme Leader that Israel—the “Zionist cancer”—has got to go. Middle East experts and experienced Iran watchers in the West typically dismiss such threats as instrumental rhetoric intended to thrill local bigots and separate the Arab and Persian masses from their rulers. So why take such rhetoric seriously? The Iranians wouldn’t ever really use the bomb. In fact, they’re very clever, rational people.

SnyderTalk Comment: I’ll be thrilled when Jewish leaders finally realize that the Democratic Party is not working for them, and it’s not working for Israel, either.  Booing Yahweh should have sealed the party’s fate in Jewish eyes, but it didn’t.

Times of Israel: Israel analysts shocked by Obama’s comments on sanctions, S-300 supply—‘This is the new America. We had better get used to it,’ says TV commentator after president leaves door open to Iran’s sanctions demand, defends Putin’s missile sale. Israeli analysts expressed shock and amazement Friday night at US President Barack Obama’s stated openness to Iran’s demand for the immediate lifting of all economic sanctions, and his defense of Russia’s agreement to supply a sophisticated air defense system to Iran. There was no immediate official Israeli response to the president’s comments, which were made after the start of Shabbat in Israel, when politicians generally do not work. “Jaws dropped” around the studio, said the Channel 10 News diplomatic commentator Ben Caspit, as news broke of Obama’s declared empathy for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to supply Tehran with the S-300 missile defense system. “Obama is something else,” Caspit added. “He’s decided to take America out of the wars…”

Yori Yalon, Nitzi Yaakov, Gideon Allon, Shlomo Cesana, Israel Hayom Staff and News Agencies: ‘West has not learned the lesson of the Holocaust’—In a speech at the annual Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony at Yad Vashem on Wednesday night, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the West has not learned the lesson of the Holocaust. Comparing Nazi Germany with Iran, Netanyahu said, “Just as the Nazis aspired to crush civilization and to establish a ‘master race’ to replace it in controlling the world while annihilating the Jewish people, so too does Iran strive to gain control over the region, from which it would spread further, with the explicit intent of obliterating the Jewish state.”

Leonid Bershidsky: Putin has far better hand than Obama in Iran—It is much easier to explain why Russian President Vladimir Putin wants a multilateral deal with Iran than US President Barack Obama. The political and economic gains from the removal of United Nations-imposed sanctions are palpable for Russia, while iffy at best for the US. Putin’s moves, since a framework deal on Iran’s nuclear programme was agreed upon on April 2, clearly indicate how he plans to develop Russia’s partnership with Iran. One is arms sales, as indicated by the recent decision to permit the stalled shipment of S-300 anti-aircraft missiles, and the other is oil deals, as exemplified by a purported oil-for-goods swap. Neither decision required the lifting of international sanctions against Iran — these were voluntary restrictions Putin could have ended even without the prospect of a multilateral deal. What he is trying to do is to get a foot in the door first, before his western adversaries start making inroads into the Iranian market and focusing on areas where Russia is competitive. The potential gains are significant.

Eric Bradner, Ted Barrett and Deirdre Walsh: Why Obama flipped on Iran bill—Over the past two weeks, President Barack Obama made a full-court press to persuade lawmakers to back his Iran diplomacy and abandon a bill giving Congress a say in any final deal. Ultimately, though, the White House was forced to bow to the reality: Enough Democrats supported the principle of allowing Congress to weigh in on the nuclear deal that even a veto threat couldn’t stop it. Shortly before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee unanimously voted Tuesday to send the bill to the Senate floor, the White House indicated that the veto threat had been withdrawn. Republicans and some Democrats chalked up the about-face to a calculation by the administration that the numbers simply weren’t on its side. “I don’t think they had a choice. The votes were there,” said Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake, a committee member. “I think they certainly didn’t want to flirt with the situation where there would be enough votes to override a veto. That’s where we were headed.”

SnyderTalk Comment: The reason Obama flipped on the Iran deal is so simple that it’s almost embarrassing to have to write about it.

The Senate finally did its job.  Senators could have acted responsibly a long time ago, but Democrats controlled the upper chamber until 2014.

Democrat Senators were and are in Obama’s pocket.  However, now they are in the minority in the Senate and are facing the possibility of a smaller Democrat contingent after the 2016 election.  Thus, they are pretending to care about the Constitution, the people of this country, and our allies.

The operative word is “pretending”.  Democrats will be in a holding pattern until they think they have the upper hand.  As quickly as they have the opportunity, they will revert to their former ways.

Bottom line: don’t trust Democrats.  They are still the anti-Yahweh party and the party that stands for immorality and perversion.

That’s not a partisan political statement.  It’s a factual statement.

See “Congress’s Role in Iran Nuclear Deal Shows Limits of Obama’s Power”.

Guy Millière: Iran “Deal”: West’s Surrender Triggering War— No agreement was signed between Iran and the P5+1 group on April 2; no agreement will be signed on June 30. The text defining the “framework” of some agreement to be signed in June was immediately challenged by Iran. Western leaders speak and act as if they have no idea what Iran is saying or doing. Western leaders wanted something akin to an agreement. They got something akin to an agreement. Iran’s leaders seem to have spotted pretty soon that Western leaders would willingly concede everything — and possibly more — to get any “agreement”; so that is what Western leaders got. Western leaders not only failed to reach an agreement; they capitulated. The reason for the talks was to stop Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. When, according to Western reports, they saw that Iran would not agree to stop, they “flipped” and instead became complicit.

Dror Eydar: Jews, come home—The State of Israel was not founded due to the Holocaust and its right to exist does not depend on the horrors the Jewish people suffered two generations ago. President Reuven Rivlin was right to emphasize this in his speech at the Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony at Yad Vashem on Wednesday night. The connection between the Jewish people and the Land of Israel was never severed. There was always a Jewish presence here and several centuries ago the great return of the Jewish people to their homeland began. Israel embodies a promise — both to past and future generations of Jews. I once asked grandmother Leah whether, during her time in the valley of death at Auschwitz, there was ever a moment when she believed there would be a good ending — that within five years there would be an independent Jewish state where she could establish a family with children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She did not answer me. Rather, she wiped away a tear and went to the kitchen. There, she took from a drawer a package in which there were a large spoon and fork. “These belonged to grandfather Moshe,” she said. These were what grandfather ate his meager meals at Mauthausen with. “Pass them on,” she commanded us.

Yonah Jeremy Bob: How will the latest anti-boycott law ruling affect BDS?—Five fingers. With a simple wave of a hand, the High Court of Justice on Wednesday propped up a law with one of the most powerful weapons yet produced to fight boycotts against Israel (at least from within the country) while also narrowly rejecting exempting boycotters who target only the West Bank or “post-1967 Israel” from the law. The implications of the ruling for the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions campaign and counter-campaign globally could be massive. What’s it all about? The law at stake empowered the finance minister to fine or remove tax breaks from Israeli NGOs that called for boycotts of parts of Israel, as well as empowering individuals to sue those NGOs for civil damages they claimed were caused by such boycotts. The court did strike a provision that would have allowed punitive damages against those NGOs, somewhat reducing the biggest threat they faced for calling for boycotts, but leaving the overall threat in place.

David Ignatius: The Middle East’s sick state—Will the Middle East be as unstable 10 years from now as it is today? I posed that question this week to a class of students at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. About half answered yes — that things will be as bad or worse, no matter what the United States does. These graduate students sense what many Middle East experts are beginning to vocalize: The region is caught in a turbulent vortex of change that’s likely to continue for many years, perhaps decades. The drivers are political, social, economic and demographic forces over which the United States and other outside powers have little control. For the next generation, instability may be the rule in the Middle East, rather than the exception. Predictions about the future based on current trends are always risky because analysts can’t foresee the unexpected “black swan” events that produce radical change. Nobody could have anticipated that a Tunisian fruit vendor’s self-immolation in 2010 would begin a cascade of revolution and civil war in the Middle East. Similarly, we can’t forecast the process that may eventually restore balance.

Lt. Col. (ret.) Michael Segall: Khamenei Redefines Iran’s Red Lines for Nuclear Talks—On April 9, 2015, Iran’s top leaders, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and President Hassan Rouhani, spelled out new red lines for the ongoing nuclear negotiations: immediate removal of sanctions as soon as the agreement takes effect; opposition to special monitoring and inspections of Iran’s military sites and missile program; and non-intervention in Iran’s ongoing assistance to “resistance” organizations around the world.

Michael Ledeen: Ready for the Truth about Iran? Khamenei Wants to Destroy Us—Our basic error is that we think our offer of a strategic alliance – President Obama’s “outstretched hand” – is attractive to Iran. It isn’t. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei doesn’t want a deal with us; he wants to destroy us. When he calls us the “Great Satan” or when he leads chants of “Death to America!,” he means it. Khamenei wants to go down in Islamic history as the man who defeated America, not the imam who signed a deal with the devil. He’s willing to accept our surrender, but he won’t forge a partnership with Obama. Why did they agree to negotiate? Because Iranian President Rouhani and Foreign Minister Zarif convinced Khamenei that the Americans were desperate for a deal, that there was no danger of an American military option and that Iran could get all manner of favors from the Americans without conceding anything important. Think of the negotiations as a component in the Iranian war against us, not as a step on the path to detente. We have real enemies who don’t want to seize our outstretched hand. They want to chop it off.

Keren Aviram and Yoram Schweitzer: Legal Rules and Anti-Terrorism Warfare: The Case of Mustafa Dirani, Revisited— On January 15, 2015, an expanded panel of judges of the Israeli Supreme Court, in a re-hearing (CFH 5698/11), ordered the dismissal of Mustafa Dirani’s petition against the State of Israel for damages regarding his claims of being tortured by his interrogators while in custody in Israel. In this ruling, the Supreme Court expanded the customary common law rule precluding the examination of an enemy’s claim during wartime and applied it to members of terrorist organizations operating out of foreign countries, even if not in a formal state of war with Israel. The expansion of this legal rule and its adaption to the context of modern anti-terrorism warfare constitutes an appropriate model that may be adopted by other countries fighting terrorism, and highlights the interface between judicial rulings in the national arena and international law.

Col. (ret.) Richard Kemp and Maj. (ret.) Chris Driver-Williams: Killing Americans and their Allies: Iran’s Continuing War against the U.S. and the West—Iranian military action, often working through proxies using terrorist tactics, has led to the deaths of well over a thousand American soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan over the last decade and a half. Throughout the course of the Iraq campaign, a variety of weapons flowed into the country through direct purchases by the government of Iran. These included Explosively Formed Penetrators (EFPs), a shaped charge designed to penetrate armor. These weapons – often camouflaged as rocks – were identical to those employed by Hizbullah against Israeli forces. In 2006, the British Telegraph revealed that three Iranian factories were “mass producing” the roadside EFP bombs used to kill soldiers in Iraq. In 2007, American troops discovered over 100 Austrian-made Steyr HS50 .50 caliber sniper rifles in Iraq. These high-powered rifles, which fire Iranian bullets, can pierce all in-service body armor from up to a mile and penetrate U.S. armored Humvee troop carriers. The rifles were part of a larger shipment legally purchased from the Austrian manufacturer under the justification that they would be used by Iranian police to combat drug smugglers. Iran paid Taliban fighters $1,000 for each U.S. soldier they killed in Afghanistan. The Sunday Times reported that a Taliban operative received $18,000 from an Iranian firm in Kabul as reward for an attack in 2010 that killed several Afghan government troops and destroyed an American armored vehicle.

Michael Gerson: Is Any Deal Better than No Deal?—The State Department issued an interpretive fact sheet on Iran’s nuclear framework before the deal was actually sealed. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei quickly denounced the fact sheet as “incorrect and contrary to the substance of the negotiations.” Why would the Obama administration claim victory in the middle of a sensitive negotiation, in a manner that prods the other side to harden its demands and encourages the unraveling of sanctions? No one believes that Obama would use force against Iran. And this means there is no theoretical limit to the concessions that could be justified to avoid conflict. The argument of “concessions or war” is another way of saying that any deal is better than no deal.

Alex Ryvchin: Palestinians Too Honest in their Hatred to Hold Our Sympathy—The documentary “Pitch Battle” chronicles the journey of the Palestine football team to the 2015 Asian Cup in Australia. Amr Hannoun, the team’s media officer, has a jovial disposition and radiant smile. But soon Hannoun reveals his true nature. He defends suicide bombings against Israeli civilians. “We have to kill them,” he flashes. “We need our land back from the river to the sea,” Hannoun insists. He demands all of the land from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea, meaning the annihilation of Israel. No Jewish State in any borders. The other leading man in the film is the head of the Palestinian Football Association, Jibril Rajoub. FIFA must expel Israel, he tells the media. Israelis mustn’t be allowed to play soccer with other countries. It is not enough for the Palestinians to achieve full-member status in FIFA. They demand Israel’s expulsion. The Palestinian cause fails again and again to achieve its goals because it is predicated on destruction rather than creation, on denying the rights of others rather than establishing rights for themselves.

Gary Rosenblatt: The Israel Factor—The rebirth of modern Israel is one of the great success stories of the 20th century. It’s about an ancient people reviving the Hebrew language and setting out to fulfill its dream of recreating a state for all Jews. It’s about establishing a safe harbor in a turbulent world, a vibrant democracy where religious tradition and cutting-edge innovation can coexist, not always easily, but with great energy and potential. And all of this taking place in a tiny land surrounded by those hostile to the very concept of a Jewish state in the region.






9--Jerusalem Post


Police: Rising suspicion that deadly Jerusalem car incident was terror attack

Turkish ‘documentary’ says Jews have been ‘mastermind’ for 3500 years

Israel Security Agency Probing Terror Link after Arab Driver Strikes Two Israelis at Jerusalem Bus Stop 

In Egypt, Dangerous Stalemate Against Islamic Terrorism

Frozen tax fund agreement reached: Israel to transfer over NIS 1 billion to PA

Hariri accuses Nasrallah of misleading public, sectarian incitement

Senior Iranian officials call ISIS ‘American proteges,’ warn of imminent Saudi demise

SnyderTalk Comment: Iranian leaders sure do talk a lot.  Are we listening?  I hope so.

Obama urges Gulf nations to help with chaos in Libya

Turkish Airlines CEO suggests pilots wed to avoid Germanwings-like crashes

‘Isis’ among names removed from UN list of hurricane names



10--Arutz Sheva


James Baker: Iran Cannot Be Trusted

Obama ‘Surprised’ Russia Waited So Long with S-300 to Iran

Researchers Say Arab Hackers Attacked IDF Systems

Haniyeh: Hamas Will Continue ‘Armed Resistance’ Against Israel

SnyderTalk Comment: People may not like what Haniyeh is saying but at least he’s not lying.  That’s unusual and refreshing.

‘EU Boycotts Israel, Not Murderers in Syria or Gaza’

Europe’s Death Throes: No to Judaism and Christianity, Yes to Islam

Attack Now – Russian Interference Leaves Israel No Choice

SnyderTalk Comment: This may or may not be the right time to attack, but Russian interference should not be the deciding factor.

Netanyahu, Bennett to Meet for Coalition Talks

Liberman: Hamas’s Destruction on the Agenda

Lawsuits on Leftist ‘Settlement Boycott’ Groups

Exposé: Chief Rabbi Metzger Told Crony to Lie








Netanyahu says West is ‘comatose, delusional’ in face of today’s Nazis: Iran

Iran’s parliament calls for shorter deal, fewer limitations

Putin defends missile sale as sign of progress in nuke talks

Polish politician: Holocaust preventable if every Jew had a gun

SnyderTalk Comment: He’s on the right track.

Regrettably, today in Israel the anti-gun lobby is doing everything it can to take weapons out of the hands of ordinary Israeli citizens.  It’s a terrible thing to do, especially in Israel.

Israel deploying revolutionary anti-tunnel system on Gaza border

Hamas Accelerates Tunnel-Building Using Heavy Machinery

Survivor defied death in Holocaust – repeatedly – for the love of her sister

16 EU foreign ministers call for labeling West Bank products

Dozens trapped in cars as unseasonal torrents lash Jerusalem

Netanyahu invites Arab party leader to meeting



12a--Other News


Clinton Accuses Israel of Being Occupying Force

The Lesson of the Holocaust: No Room for Weakness When Facing Expansionist Regimes

Netanyahu likens Iran to the Nazis on Holocaust memorial day

‘We will never again remain silent as our brothers are murdered’ 

Israel Launches Initiative to Have Antisemitism Recognized as an International Crime

Dutch Chief Rabbi: Attacks Against Jews Have Risen 71 Percent

Italian police: Muslim migrants threw Christians overboard

SnyderTalk Comment: Did I tell you the one about Islam being a peaceful religion?  It must be true because Obama has said it many times.

See “Italy’s migrant crisis intensifies with murder arrests, drownings”.

I wonder how many would-be immigrants know that Italy is the headquarters and the birthplace of the Catholic Church.

People should stop belittling the concerns of many Europeans about Muslim immigration.

Zim student body calls for attacks on SA businesses

Anger at inequality drives S Africa xenophobic attacks

Violence in South Africa threatens to spill over borders

Hamas’s Plan: A Hamas State of Palestine in Gaza (For Now)

Anti-Semitic attacks surge worldwide in 2014

ID cards of thousands of Jews discovered in Lithuania

Swastika Found in Northwestern Library

Stanford Senate Candidate Questioned About Jewish Identity

Stanford University Rejects Divestment Demand From Anti-Israel Students

Islamic State camp a few miles from Texas




A time-lapse video of the sun taken over a 5-year period by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory





G-7 Nations Say Russia Too Early on Iran Missile Sale

Putin: Iran’s ‘Flexibility’ Fueled Decision to Lift Missile Ban

U.S.: Military Option in Iran “Intact” Despite Russian Missiles

Putin sees sanctions as stimulus for Russian economy

Putin Says People in Rebel Ukraine Areas Will Decide Their Fate

Putin: Russia must use sanctions to achieve new development horizons

Putin defiant over economy, Ukraine in annual phone-in

China May Gain Control of South China Sea, U.S. Navy Says

China ‘building runway in disputed South China Sea’

Turkey: Genocide à la Carte

Sen. Graham: Senate committee vote a ‘black day for Tehran’ 

Obama’s white flag of surrender

To Saudi Arabia, Iran Is a Greater Threat than Israel

North Korea Transferred Missile Components to Iran During Nuclear Talks



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4--Scripture of the Day Yahweh

Exodus 6

14 These are the heads of their fathers’ households. The sons of Reuben, Israel’s firstborn: Hanoch and Pallu, Hezron and Carmi; these are the families of Reuben. 15 The sons of Simeon: Jemuel and Jamin and Ohad and Jachin and Zohar and Shaul the son of a Canaanite woman; these are the families of Simeon. 16 These are the names of the sons of Levi according to their generations: Gershon and Kohath and Merari; and the length of Levi’s life was one hundred and thirty-seven years. 17 The sons of Gershon: Libni and Shimei, according to their families. 18 The sons of Kohath: Amram and Izhar and Hebron and Uzziel; and the length of Kohath’s life was one hundred and thirty-three years. 19 The sons of Merari: Mahli and Mushi. These are the families of the Levites according to their generations. 20 Amram married his father’s sister Jochebed, and she bore him Aaron and Moses; and the length of Amram’s life was one hundred and thirty-seven years. 21 The sons of Izhar: Korah and Nepheg and Zichri. 22 The sons of Uzziel: Mishael and Elzaphan and Sithri. 23 Aaron married Elisheba, the daughter of Amminadab, the sister of Nahshon, and she bore him Nadab and Abihu, Eleazar and Ithamar. 24 The sons of Korah: Assir and Elkanah and Abiasaph; these are the families of the Korahites. 25 Aaron’s son Eleazar married one of the daughters of Putiel, and she bore him Phinehas. These are the heads of the fathers’ households of the Levites according to their families. 26 It was the same Aaron and Moses to whom Yahweh said, “Bring out the sons of Israel from the land of Egypt according to their hosts.” 27 They were the ones who spoke to Pharaoh king of Egypt about bringing out the sons of Israel from Egypt; it was the same Moses and Aaron.

SnyderTalk Comment: Read His Name is Yahweh.


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His Name is Yahweh explains why the Name of God, Yahweh, is so important.  It’s available in eBook format and in paperback.  It’s also available for free in PDF format.

  • God also said to Moses, “Say to the Israelites, ‘Yahweh, the God of your fathers—the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob—has sent me to you.’ This [Yahweh] is my name forever, the name by which I am to be remembered from generation to generation.” (Exodus 3: 15)
  • “Therefore behold, I am going to make them know—this time I will make them know My power and My might; and they shall know that My name is Yahweh.” (Jeremiah 16: 21)
  • “Behold, the days are coming,” declares Yahweh, “when I will raise up for David a righteous Branch; and He will reign as king and act wisely and do justice and righteousness in the land. In His days Judah will be saved, and Israel will dwell securely; and this is His name by which He will be called, ‘Yahweh our righteousness.’” (Jeremiah 23: 5-6)
  • Yeshua said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, before Abraham was born, I am.” (John 8: 58)


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14--Blessings from Revelation 2

Blessings in the Book of Revelation is a book that you need to read, especially now.  There are blessings throughout the Scriptures but Revelation is the only book in the Bible actually containing a specific blessing for reading it. It’s repeated twice, once at the beginning and again at the end. This is the reason that I believe Revelation should be the first step toward studying biblical prophecy. Though not easy to do, Revelation can be broken down and understood by anyone, not just the academic elite. So, Revelation’s blessings are for everyone.  Click here to order the eBook.  Click here to order the paperback.


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  • Stand! is a suspense novel that exposes the lies, corruption, and greed underlying the theory that man-made CO2 emissions are responsible for global warming. Professor Wes Carlyle and Karen Sterling, his research collaborator, carefully scan the audience for their would-be attacker—a member of the enviro-gestapo who has been following them for days.  Wes spots his man in the back of the room leaning against the wall.  Suddenly, another man in the audience steps forward and moves toward Karen at a menacing pace.  With a vicious stroke, he swings a billy club at her head.  Click here to order the eBook.  Click here to order the paperback.
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  • Falsely Accused is a true story about a young woman who was accused of committing a double homicide. It’s about a travesty of justice, and it reveals Yahweh intervening in the life of a believer to rescue her from danger in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds.  Everyone will enjoy the book, but young people in particular need to read it because the mistakes made that led to the problem could have been avoided.  They were the kinds of mistakes that young people are prone to make.  As they say, forewarned is forearmed.  Click here to order the eBook.  Click here to order the paperback.

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