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March 2, 2015 SnyderTalk: Why Israel is fighting Obama’s Iran deal

1--Intro Covering Israel and ME

“Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: may they prosper who love you.” Psalm 122: 6


2--SnyderTalk Lead Headline for use


Michael Crowley—Why Israel is fighting Obama’s Iran deal:

Days before Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s controversial address to Congress, Israeli officials are citing a little-understood element of the Iran nuclear talks as their chief concern about a potential deal.

Concerns that a final deal restricting Iran’s nuclear program will “sunset” any agreement as early as 2025 have thrown a new jolt into Israeli officials who had grown resigned to the idea that Obama will allow Iran a greater uranium enrichment capability than they would like.

“Ten years is nothing. It’s tomorrow from our point of view,” said Yaakov Amidror, who served as national security adviser to Netanyahu from 2011 to 2013. “It’s a license for Iran to be a threshold nuclear state.”

A former Obama Pentagon and State Department official who met with Israeli officials this week said he heard “resigned acceptance” on some aspects of the nuclear talks.

But not on the question of a nuclear deal’s duration.

“This sunset clause is probably the most difficult piece” of the emerging agreement for Israel, said Ilan Goldenberg, director of the Middle East security program at the Center for a New American Security.

The expiration date of the nuclear deal could be a focus of Netanyahu’s address to a joint session of Congress on March 3.


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SnyderTalk Comment: Israel is fighting Obama’s Iran deal because it’s vital to Israeli national security and because Obama is trying to keep Israel out of the loop.  Even worse, it looks as though Obama is giving in to Iran’s demands on several key issues.

Under the circumstances, it’s easy to understand why Obama objects to Netanyahu’s visit. Obama says that he likes transparency, but the facts suggest otherwise.  If he had nothing to hide, he would welcome Netanyahu’s visit.

Obama’s record in the Middle East is abysmal, and that’s putting it mildly.  He created a firestorm in the Middle East when he first took office, and it is still raging.  Israel continues to pay the price for Obama’s mistakes.

Now Obama wants to make Iran the Middle Eastern juggernaut.  That won’t fly—not in Israel, not in Saudi Arabia, not in Egypt, and not in any other Middle Eastern country that isn’t already in the grip of Islamist terrorists.

This fight is not about “left” and “right” perspectives in a political debate where nothing is a stake.  It’s about the survival of our most reliable ally in the world.  The stakes couldn’t be higher.

Tomorrow Prime Minister Netanyahu addresses Congress over the strong objections of Obama and his henchmen in the White House.  Their over-the-top reaction to Netanyahu’s speech is mindboggling.  See

I believe this article from The Atlantic misses the mark completely: “The Damage Netanyahu Is Doing to Israel”.  Israelis refer to Jeffrey Goldberg as Obama’s house Jew.  After reading this article, it’s easy to understand why.

I think Obama is doing great damage to the United States and especially to the Democratic Party.  I know many Democrats who are strong supporters of Israel.  They have supported Obama, too, but it’s becoming obvious to almost everyone that Obama is harming Israel.  In time, they will leave the party and never return.

Whatever the case may be, I would rather hear a few words from a man who knows a lot than tedious orations from a man who knows practically nothing.  Thankfully, Prime Minister Netanyahu will tell Congress what he knows.

Obama has lost his luster and with it his influence.  Executive power is all that he has left, and as Richard Nixon would tell you, that’s not enough.  Going forward, he’ll have to use a sledge hammer to accomplish things that require only a scalpel.  A president can’t do that too many times without incurring the wrath of Congress, both Republicans and Democrats, and the electorate.

Some people have compared Barack Obama to Neville Chamberlain.  That’s not fair.  Chamberlain was misguided but well-intentioned.  Obama is misguided and his intentions are suspect.  If Obama is not trying to destroy Israel, I would hate to see what would happen if he did try.

Menachem Begin said,

“I believe the lessons of the Holocaust are these.

First, if an enemy of our people says he seeks to destroy us, believe him. Don’t doubt him for a moment. Don’t make light of it. Do all in your power to deny him the means of carrying out his satanic intent.

Second, when a Jew anywhere is threatened, or under attack, do all in your power to come to his aid. Never pause to wonder what the world will think or say. The world will never pity slaughtered Jews. The world may not necessarily like the fighting Jew, but the world will have to take account of him.

Third, a Jew must learn to defend himself. He must forever be prepared for whenever threat looms.

Fourth, Jewish dignity and honor must be protected in all circumstances. The seeds of Jewish destruction lie in passively enabling the enemy to humiliate us. Only when the enemy succeeds in turning the spirit of the Jew into dust and ashes in life, can he turn the Jew into dust and ashes in death. During the Holocaust it was after the enemy had humiliated the Jews, trampled them underfoot, divided them, deceived them, afflicted them, drove brother against brother, only then could he lead them, almost without resistance, to the gates of Auschwitz. Therefore, at all times and whatever the cost, safeguard the dignity and honor of the Jewish people.

Fifth, stand united in face of the enemy. We Jews love life, for life is holy. But there are things in life more precious than life itself. There are times when one must risk life for the sake of rescuing the lives of others. And when the few risk their own lives for the sake of the many, then they, too, stand the chance of saving themselves.

Sixth, there is a pattern to Jewish history. In our long annals as a nation, we rise, we fall, we return, we are exiled, we are enslaved, we rebel, we liberate ourselves, we are oppressed once more, we rebuild, and again we suffer destruction, climaxing in our own lifetime in the calamity of calamities, the Holocaust, followed by the rebirth of the Jewish State.

So, yes, we have come full circle, and with God’s help, with the rebirth of sovereign Israel we have finally broken the historic cycle: no more destruction and no more defeats, and no more oppression – only Jewish liberty, with dignity and honor. These, I believe, are the underlying lessons to be learned from the unspeakable tragedy of the Holocaust.”

With those thoughts in mind, it’s easy to understand why Prime Minister Netanyahu wants to address the U.S. Congress, and it’s shameful that Obama would try to prevent him from doing it.  At the end of the day, Obama will be the clear loser.






13--Perspectives 2


Caroline Glick: In Israel’s hour of need—It is hard to get your arms around the stubborn determination of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today. For most of the nine years he has served as Israel’s leader, first from 1996 to 1999 and now since 2009, Netanyahu shied away from confrontations or buckled under pressure. He signed deals with the Palestinians he knew the Palestinians would never uphold in the hopes of winning the support of hostile US administrations and a fair shake from the pathologically hateful Israeli media. In recent years he released terrorist murderers from prison. He abrogated Jewish property rights in Jerusalem, Judea, and Samaria. He agreed to support the establishment of a Palestinian state west of the Jordan River. He agreed to keep giving the Palestinians of Gaza free electricity while they waged war against Israel. He did all of these things in a bid to accommodate US President Barack Obama and win over the media, while keeping the leftist parties in his coalitions happy.

SnyderTalk Comment: Netanyahu’s determination at this juncture should tell us something.  Actually, it tells us a lot, but Democrats don’t get it.  Obama doesn’t have a clue.

It’s not about reelection.  All Netanyahu needed to do to make Obama and his body doubles in Israel happy was to suck up to Obama and bend over when asked.

New York Post Editorial: Iran’s Israel Intentions—Israel is the one nation whose existence is most threatened by Iran. Understand this and you understand why the Israelis are so alarmed by the deal President Obama is trying to strike with Tehran. Understand this and you also understand that it gives Jerusalem a far different stake in these talks than the nations negotiating the deal. As Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told American Jewish leaders last week: “A regime that openly calls for Israel’s destruction would thus finally have the means to realize its genocidal aims.” When the president first began negotiations with Iran, he said the purpose was to halt Iran’s nuclear program. Now, it seems, the purpose is to delay it. But a rogue state with an unquenchable thirst for nukes cannot be managed. Trying to keep Tehran a year or so from producing WMDs will neither solve the problem nor end the threat.

Terrence McCoy: The roots of why Obama and Netanyahu dislike each other so much—In July of 2008, candidate Barack Obama arrived in Israel for what many expected to be a politically perilous trip. As he shuttled from Ramallah to the Israel city of Sderot, he at times appeared anxious to say something tough about Iran, ultimately declaring that a nuclear-armed Iran would constitute a “game-changing situation not just in the Middle East but around the world.” Obama was coming off the announcement that, if elected president, he would talk without preconditions to Iran’s government, then led by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who once was quoted as calling for Israel to be “wiped off the map.” Although that was a mistranslation of what Ahmadinejad actually said, his evident hostility unnerved Israel, as did apprehension that Obama would be significantly more sympathetic to Palestinian interests than either his opponent John McCain or President George W. Bush. The most tense and closely watched meeting was still ahead — with Benjamin Netanyahu, then the opposition leader of the rightist Likud party. Netanyahu was leading Israeli opinion polls. Many correctly expected him to soon begin his second tenure as prime minister. And he and Obama harbored very different worldviews. Still, despite the fact that Netanyahu “clearly preferred a McCain victory,” according to author Thomas G. Mitchell, the meeting seemed to indicate common ground on Iran.

Alexandra Jaffe: Has Israel lost the Democratic Party?— Is the Democratic party over for Israel? For years, support for Israel has been one of the few reliably bipartisan issues on Capitol Hill, with members on both sides of the aisle embracing the embattled Middle East country and welcoming its leaders with open arms. But when Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accepted an invitation from Republican House Speaker John Boehner to address Congress on Tuesday — when he is expected to sharply criticize White House deal-making with Iran — he alienated more than the Democrat who sits in the Oval Office. As administration officials have exchanged increasingly hostile volleys with Netanyahu, party stalwarts are warning of a Democratic exodus away from Israel.

SnyderTalk Comment: Israel didn’t lose the Democratic Party.  The Democratic Party lost Israel.  They lost Yahweh, too.  If that fact wasn’t clear before the 2012 Democratic National Convention, their booing God removed any doubt.

Anthony Fisher asks this question in The Daily Beast: Will Bibi Ruin Bipartisan Support of Israel?  The short answer is no.  Israel supporters aren’t fickle, and they aren’t afraid to take a stand against their party.  If the party moves too far in the wrong direction, they will leave the party and never return.

Lydia Saad: Older Americans Have Grown Especially Supportive of Israel— Americans in all age groups have grown more partial to Israel in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict over the past 15 years, but adults aged 50 and older have grown particularly likely to sympathize with the Jewish state. The rise in Americans’ sympathy for Israel over the past decade and a half stands in contrast to opinion in the decade before it. Prior to 2000, sympathy for Israel waxed and waned among all age groups, with the peak in 1991 reflecting public support for Israel during the Persian Gulf War. The declining preference for Israel through the mid-1990s mostly reflects the larger percentage of Americans favoring neither side at that time — a period marked by significant diplomatic efforts to end the Israel-Palestinian conflict, as well as the first Palestinian elections.

SnyderTalk Comment: Older Americans aren’t just older: they are wiser, too.  And America is getting older by the day.  The Democratic Party will suffer mightily for betraying Israel.  We “older Americans” will see to it.

Mario Loyola: Who’s Really ‘Frayed’ the US-Israel Relationship? Susan Rice and Her Bosses—In a recent Charlie Rose interview, National Security Adviser Susan Rice insisted that “the relationship between Israel, as a country, and the United States, as a country, has always been bipartisan,” but because of Israeli prime minister Netanyahu’s planned speech to Congress next week, “there has now been injected a degree of partisanship” that she called “destructive of the fabric of the relationship.” Let’s set the record straight on this laughable spin-job. Since 1967, no U.S. administration has been as guilty of “injecting partisanship” into the U.S.-Israel relationship as those of the presidents Rice has served, namely Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. And few officials in the history of the United States have been as guilty as of injecting partisanship, to say nothing of poisonous insults, into that relationship, as Susan Rice. Thankfully Ms. Rice was not involved in Israel issues during the Clinton Administration, when her portfolio consisted of international organizations and African affairs. But Clinton’s chief Mideast envoy, Dennis Ross, makes no secret of how traumatized he and Clinton were by the election of Benjamin Netanyahu in 1996, or of how elated they were by the election of the Labor party’s Ehud Barak in 1999. His memoir, The Missing Peace, gives a detailed account of the considerable lengths to which Clinton went in helping left-wing candidates in Israel and undermining right-wing ones.

RT: Saudi Arabia to allow Israel use of its airspace to strike Iran – report— Saudi Arabia has reportedly agreed to let Israel use its airspace to attack Iran if necessary, in exchange for “some kind of progress” on the Palestinian issue, Israel’s Channel 2 TV station quoted an unnamed European official as saying. “The Saudis have declared their readiness for the Israeli Air Force to overfly Saudi air space en route to attack Iran if an attack is necessary,” the report stated. In return for cooperation, Saudi Arabia wants to see some “progress” on the Palestinian issue. The move will reportedly allow Israel to bomb targets in Iran by offering a shortcut, which will save fuel and time. The Saudi position was confirmed during multiple diplomatic talks, according to the TV report. “The Saudi authorities are completely coordinated with Israel on all matters related to Iran,” the European official from Brussels was quoted as saying.

SnyderTalk Comment: Obama is out-of-sync with Middle Eastern leaders on the Iran issue.  Every country in the Middle East is worried about a nuclear Iran and sees how Obama’s mishandling of Iran can lead to their destruction.

As always, Obama knows best.  He won’t tolerate other, better, more informed opinions especially from the Israeli Prime Minister.

What can we say about a man who has a dearth of experience and no first-hand knowledge yet thinks he understands everything perfectly?  There are many things we can say about a man like that, but I like this one best: he shouldn’t be President of the United States.

Yuli Edelstein: Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress comes at right time, right place—Imagine for a moment that your neighbor down the street was engaged in some basement science that could level your house and even kill you, if he so desired. Your best friend, who happens to live some distance away, out of harm’s reach, can end the threat to your life and property but is now trying to legalize your neighbor’s dangerous work. What would you do? This is the situation facing Israel on the eve of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress, a speech preceded by so much talk of protocol and partisanship that we seem to have lost the forest for the trees. It is clear that for more than a decade, Iran has been illicitly developing nuclear capabilities and thumbing its nose at efforts to monitor its progress in accordance with international guidelines. During that period, Iran has worked assiduously to expand its influence throughout the Middle East. Iranian money, arms and training assistance have enabled Hezbollah and Hamas to rank alongside Al Qaeda and Islamic State as the world’s most dangerous terrorist organizations. And throughout, Iran has never hidden its hatred for Israel or its desire to expunge it from the historical record.

David Hornik: 130,000 Iranian Fighters on Israel’s Border?— Reported details of a possible U.S.-Iranian nuclear deal indicate more than ever that President Barack Obama is under the deadly delusion that he has the magic power to transform the Iranian regime into a responsible, peaceful player on the world stage. As Times of Israel editor David Horovitz sums it up: Iran is to be allowed to keep 6,500 centrifuges spinning, and there will be a sunset clause providing for an end to intrusive inspections in some 10-15 years…. Some of the terms reported by the AP are even more worrying than those that were leaked in Jerusalem: “The idea would be to reward Iran for good behavior over the last years of any agreement,” the AP said, “gradually lifting constraints on its uranium enrichment program and slowly easing economic sanctions.” There is also no indication of restrictions on Iran’s missile development—its potential delivery systems. Meanwhile the Middle East Media Research Institute—or MEMRI, an essential resource for translations of Middle Eastern media—has published an alarming report on Iran’s growing military presence along Israel’s border with Syria. The authors are Yigal Carmon, founder of MEMRI and a former counterterrorism adviser to two Israeli prime ministers, and MEMRI director Yossi Yehoshua.

Guy Bechor: America and Israel: A love story— For several weeks now, we have been hearing in the media that Israel’s relationship with the United States is ruined. “It’s irreversible,” one commentator prattled. “America has completely turned its back on us,” another commented. “The relations have never been so bad,” a third one added, and a fourth one concluded that “it’s hopeless and finished.” The perplexed citizen asks himself how is it possible that one speech in the parliament, a place where the entire essence is to listen to speeches, managed to destroy our relationship with our great and historic friend. Can a decades-long alliance be erased in one moment? Well, nothing of the kind has happened. America is not turning its back on us, and there have already been conflicts in the past, even greater ones, with the American administration on critical issues.

SnyderTalk Comment: The only ones who seem to be off-the-charts angry about Netanyahu’s speech to Congress are Barack Obama and his sycophants.  The American public wants to hear what Netanyahu has to say.  I know I do.

Ramzy Baroud: US Spin on Middle East Violence Must Change—Truly, US President Barack Obama’s recent call to address the root causes of violence, including that of the so-called “Islamic State” (IS) and al-Qaeda was a step in the right direction, but still miles away from taking the least responsibility for the mayhem that has afflicted the Middle East since the US invasion of Iraq in 2003. “The link is undeniable,” Obama said in a speech at the State Department on 19 February “When people are oppressed and human rights are denied – particularly along sectarian lines or ethnic lines – when dissent is silenced, it feeds violent extremism. It creates an environment that is ripe for terrorists to exploit.” Of course, he is right. Every word. However, the underlying message is also clear: it’s everyone else’s fault but ours. Now, that’s hardly true, and Obama, once a strong critic of his predecessor’s war, knows it well. Writing at, Sarah Leah Whitson went a step further. In “Why the fight against ISIS is failing,” Whitson, criticised the anti-IS alliance for predicating its strategy on militarily defeating the group, without any redress of the grievances of oppressed Iraqi Sunnis, who, last year welcomed IS fighters as “liberators”. “But let’s not forget how Iraq got to that point,” she wrote, “with the US-led Iraq war that displaced a dictator but resulted in an abusive occupation and destructive civil war, leaving more than a million dead.”

Tucker Reals: How did “Jihadi John” slip through the cracks?— The day after the true identity of assumed ISIS executioner “Jihadi John” was revealed, some very important questions remain unanswered; the first and foremost being, where is he now and how and when will he be brought to justice. The answers to those may still be some way off, given the chaos in northern Syria and parts of neighboring Iraq where ISIS remains firmly in charge. But of equal, if not greater long-term importance, the British government needs to answer questions about what drove a boy from West London to become the front-man for a terror group’s atrocities, and how he managed — in spite at least five years of monitoring by security services — to reach ISIS territory. A U.S. intelligence source confirmed to CBS News on Thursday that “Jihadi John” is, in fact, Mohammed Emwazi. Now 27, Emwazi graduated in 2009 from the University of Westminster in London with a degree in computer science. CBS News has obtained a photo of a young Emwazi, sitting in front of his typically-diverse London class for a school photo at the age of 11. He’s grinning, with his legs crossed and looking straight into the camera.

SnyderTalk Comment: I would not be surprised if every member of Mohammed Emwazi’s family becomes a target for people seeking retribution for the brutal murders that he has committed.

I’m not suggesting that it’s right, but I am saying that it’s the kind of thing you can expect under these circumstances.

If Emwazi’s family members aren’t in hiding, they should be.

See “Families of slain Islamic State hostages react to outing of ‘Jihadi John’”.  People will wait only so long before they lose confidence in their government.  I have a hunch that time is running out for Western governments to produce tangible results.

Keyser Soze (The Story)






9--Jerusalem Post


Netanyahu: Congress speech is not illegitimate because American public supports Israel

US official: Iran nuclear talks advancing, no deal likely next week

Iran dismisses Netanyahu’s attempt to prevent emerging Iran deal as ‘fruitless’

Leaked Document Shows No Wedge between Mossad and Netanyahu on Iran’s Nuclear Program

Egypt court lists Hamas as terrorist organization, sentences Brotherhood leader to life

Israeli Arab protesters to Herzog, Livni: ‘You have blood on your hands’

Iraq says to track down antiquities after Islamic State museum rampage

For $25, wannabe ISIS militants cross from Turkey into Syria

IDF thwarts stabbing attempt in West Bank

PLO after US terror trial: Palestinians don’t have funds to compensate victims’ families

SnyderTalk Comment: That’s what I call murder with impunity—literally.  Palestinian leaders can’t pay their electricity bill, but they have plenty of money in their personal bank accounts and they find lots of money to pay terrorists.  It boils down to priorities.



10--Arutz Sheva


Iran’s Zarif: Netanyahu Trying to ‘Prevent Peace’

Netanyahu: Relations with America Can Withstand Disagreements

White House: Netanyahu Visit Won’t Affect Iran Talks

SnyderTalk Comment: Finally.  Truthful words from the White House.  It will take more than a visit from a foreign head of state to change Obama’s ways.  I’ll be blunt.  Congressional leaders need to man up.

Rep. King: There May Be Ways to Defund Iran Deal

A Very Historic Moment: Israel Tries to Save the West

Home of PM’s Former Housekeeper Broken Into

Police Search for Fisherman Blown Out to Sea

Kulanu: Teachers, Students Pay the Price for Piron

Poll: Jewish Home Stuck at 11 Seats, Labor Top

IDF, Police Launch Operation against Rock Throwers

Twin Terror Cells Busted in Judea-Samaria

IAF Suspends Exercises After Two ‘Near Misses’

Activist: Prosecute Arab List Head for Incitement

Iran and P5+1 Officials to Meet Again Next Week

Syria: Kurds Capture Part of Key ISIS Stronghold

Islamic Body Slams ISIS Destruction of Artifacts

Gaza Terror Group Trains Women to Become Jihadists








New film depicts Jewish students’ growing insecurity on campus

Jerusalem Christian seminary targeted in apparent hate crime

Harassment of Jews on the rise worldwide, study finds

US Senate resolution to condemn European anti-Semitism

Madonna: European intolerance ‘feels like Nazi Germany’

SnyderTalk Comment: If Madonna said it, it must be true.

Danish imam to be charged in Germany for call to kill Jews

German Jewish leader: Don’t wear yarmulkas in certain areas

After bashing Netanyahu, top Obama aide Rice to address AIPAC

AIPAC reportedly opposed to Netanyahu’s Congress address

Ex-Mossad chief: PM taking ‘intolerable’ risks with Israeli security

Jeb Bush says Obama’s foreign policies ‘catastrophic’

Israel and Jordan sign ‘historic’ water deal to save Dead Sea

Iran test-fires new weapon in naval drill

Kerry to meet Iranian FM Zarif next week

Netanyahu to hold bipartisan meeting with US lawmakers

‘Jihadi John’ described at home as compassionate, ‘humble’

‘Jihadi John’: Mohammed Emwazi had anger therapy at school—teacher

SnyderTalk Comment: So much for anger therapy.  I think I know a way to solve Emwazi’s anger problem.



12a--Other News


Obama Aides Sharpen Criticism of Netanyahu Ahead of Speech

Thomas Sowell: Where is the evidence that Barack Obama loves America?

UN condemns Islamic State’s ‘barbaric terrorist acts’ in Iraq

The Genesis of Jewish Genius

FBI: 3 Brooklyn Men Arrested For Attempting To Join ISIS

3 men try to join ISIS: Here’s what we know

Islamic State militant ‘Jihadi John’ named by media

Islamic State: Fears grow for abducted Syrian Christians

Islamic State snatches 220 from Christian villages: Syria monitoring group

Activist: ISIS now holds 262 Assyrian hostages in Syria

US appeals court: Marathon bombing trial can stay in Boston

Egypt court lists Hamas ‘terrorist group,’ sentences Brotherhood members








Hamas Using Turkey as Base for Recruitment and Training

How To Counter Putin’s Russia

Iran Opposition Unveils Secret Tehran Uranium Enrichment Site

Iran Practices Military Attacks on Mock U.S. Aircraft Carrier

Boris Nemstov Assassinated: Vladimir Putin Scrambles To Deflect Blame As Political Enemy Gunned Down

Who is Mr. Nemtsov and Why He Was Killed

Mom of murdered Russian opposition leader: Putin will ‘kill you for that’

How Iran’s Military Chiefs Operate in Iraq

Iran Smuggles in $1 Billion in Bank Notes to Skirt Sanctions 

Saudi Arabia fully cooperating with Israel over Iran: Report

Deaths shake Ukraine truce, Poroshenko wary of Russian threat



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4--Scripture of the Day Yahweh

Genesis 50: 12-14

12 Thus his sons did for him as he had charged them; 13 for his sons carried him to the land of Canaan and buried him in the cave of the field of Machpelah before Mamre, which Abraham had bought along with the field for a burial site from Ephron the Hittite. 14 After he had buried his father, Joseph returned to Egypt, he and his brothers, and all who had gone up with him to bury his father.

SnyderTalk Comment: Read His Name is Yahweh.


5--HNIY Print form 3

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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