July 7, 2015 SnyderTalk: Yahweh’s People Will Stand with Him No Matter What

1--Intro Covering Israel and ME

“Sow with a view to righteousness, reap in accordance with kindness; break up your fallow ground, for it is time to seek Yahweh until He comes to rain righteousness on you.” Hosea 10: 12


2--SnyderTalk Editorial 4


Yahweh’s People Will Stand with Him No Matter What

Pollster Frank Luntz is in Israel explaining the results of his latest survey.  According to David Horovitz,

Three quarters of highly educated, high income, publicly active US Democrats — the so-called “opinion elites” — believe Israel has too much influence on US foreign policy, almost half of them consider Israel to be a racist country, and fewer than half of them believe that Israel wants peace with its neighbors. These are among the findings of a new survey carried out by US political consultant Frank Luntz.

Detailing the survey results to The Times of Israel on Sunday, Luntz called the findings “a disaster” for Israel. He summed them up by saying that the Democratic opinion elites are converting to the Palestinians, and “Israel can no longer claim to have the bipartisan support of America.”

He said he “knew there was a shift” in attitudes to Israel among US Democrats “and I have been seeing it get worse” in his ongoing polls. But the new findings surprised and shocked him, nonetheless. “I didn’t expect it to become this blatant and this deep.”

A prominent US political consultant known best for his work with Republicans, Luntz is meeting with a series of high-level Israeli officials this week to discuss the survey and consult on how to grapple with the trends it exposes.

“Israel has won the hearts and minds of Republicans in America, while at the same time it is losing the Democrats,” he said. On US politics, “I’m right of center,” he added. “But the Israeli government and US Jews have to focus on repairing relations with the Democrats.”

Luntz put a series of largely Israel-related questions to 802 members of the opinion elites and his findings have a 3.5% margin of error. The survey, sponsored by the Jewish National Fund, was conducted last week.

The fact that the Democrat Party has abandoned Israel has been obvious for a long time.  Recent polling data just confirms it.

Does the Democrat Party’s betrayal of Israel matter to ordinary Democrats who call themselves “believers”?

For some, the answer is “yes”, but for most of them, the answer is “no”.  It provides cover so that they can abandon any pretense of believing in God.  That’s something they have wanted to do for a while, but they were afraid to do it for political reasons.

Consider Barack Obama.  He says that he is a believer, but everything he has done in office suggests otherwise.  From abortion to sodomy to Israel, Obama has paved the way for more wickedness in high places than ordinary Americans would have ever thought possible.

Obama’s attitude toward Israel has been negative throughout his presidency, but among Democrats he remains a hero.  He has made it acceptable for Hillary Clinton and others like her to stop pretending that they love Israel.

Between now and November 2016, Democrats will say anything to garner votes and contributions, but their true character will be revealed if their standard bearer takes control of the White House in January 2017.  I have said before that you can’t be for Barack Obama and for Israel.  This is true as well: you can’t be a supporter of Israel and a Democrat.  People who think they can are fooling themselves.

Luntz believes that “the Israeli government and US Jews have to focus on repairing relations with the Democrats.”  From a purely political perspective, that makes sense, but how do you repair a relationship with a political party that has taken sides with those who have threatened to destroy Israel?

You can’t.

Yahweh is at the root of the problem between Israel and Democrats.  In their hearts, most Democrats don’t believe that He exists, so reliance on Him and His promises seems idiotic to them.  If they believed in Yahweh, they would never have booed Him at their 2012 convention.

I wish the Republican Party was totally different, but it’s not.  Republicans want to win elections, too, so they will say what they think they must to attract support.  Keep in mind that the Oslo Accords and the two-state solution were products of President George H.W. Bush, a Republican.  Every U.S. president since Bush has followed his lead.  Even his son, President George W. Bush, isn’t guiltless.  He is the person responsible for pressuring Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to pull out of Gaza, and we know what a disaster that decision has turned out to be.

This is my point: we don’t have a political problem.  We have a faith problem.

What Yahweh said to and about the descendants of Abraham through Isaac and Jacob/Israel is unimportant to leaders in either the Democrat or Republican parties.  That’s what the facts tell us.

The Messiah said that He will separate the wheat from the chaff.  True believers will side with Yahweh regardless of what their political leaders say and do.  We don’t have a choice.  That’s what we must do.

It boils down to faith.  Either you have it or you don’t.  Lack of faith in Yahweh is what being an unbeliever means.






13--Perspectives 2


Itamar Eichner: Why did India abstain from UN Gaza report vote?— India’s decision to abstain from voting during the UN Human Rights Council vote on adopting the councils report on Operation Protective edge, symbolizes an unprecedented diplomatic victory for Israel, according to high ranking officials in the Foreign Ministry. India chose to abstain with only four other countries: Kenya, Ethiopia, Paraguay, and Macedonia. Only the US voted against the motion. The move represents a major change in India’s stance. It was the first time in decades that India abstained from a decision against Israel in an international forum. In recent years India has been a key player in the Non-Aligned Movement – a body of states that automatically would vote for the Palestinians and against Israel in international forums. So what happened to the Indians? The answer is pretty simple; Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who assumed office in April 2014, has led a strengthening of ties with Israel. Diplomatic officials in Israel say that “India’s change in stance, which came to fruition in the UN vote, mirrors a warming of relations between the prime ministers and represents a change in position on counter-terrorism, within the rising super power.”

AFP: Israel rows back Judaism conversion reform—Israeli ministers on Sunday struck down a bill that would have cancelled the monopoly the ultra-Orthodox chief rabbinate holds over conversions in the Jewish state. A proposal approved by the cabinet in November but never passed by parliament stipulated that the chief rabbi of each Israeli city would be able to convene and chair a court on conversions to the Jewish faith, in addition to the four current state-recognised Orthodox bodies. At present some 364,000 Israelis of Jewish ancestry — mostly immigrants from the former Soviet Union — are not considered Jewish according to ultra-Orthodox laws and are defined as “religionless,” meaning they cannot marry in Israel. Israel does not allow civil marriages or interfaith weddings. For Jewish citizens, all weddings and divorces in Israel are under the control of the ultra-Orthodox chief rabbinate.

New York Post Editorial: The unholy lunacy of Israel-bashing churches—The campaign to isolate and delegitimize Israel picked up ammunition last week when the United Church of Christ called for divestment from companies it says profit from the occupation of Palestinian territories. Two other Protestant denominations, the Episcopal Church and the Mennonite Church, took up but failed to pass similar measures. None of this actually comes as any surprise: All three churches have long actively crusaded against Israel. Indeed, a majority of the UCC synod last week also endorsed a resolution declaring Israeli actions in the West Bank and Gaza to be acts of apartheid. (It didn’t quite pass because it lacked a two-thirds majority.) The UCC says it acted out of concern about “violence perpetuated through acts of terror and the Occupation” — itself a false moral equivalence, pretending that violence targeting innocent civilians is the same as Israel’s refusal to simply abandon the Palestinian territories.

Robin Mills: Time for state energy companies in Middle East to rethink overseas strategies—The long, hot summer is usually a quiet period in the Arabian Gulf. But this season marks some dramatic changes for Middle East state energy companies and their overseas ventures. The falling oil price creates opportunities for some, problems for others, and should make all reconsider their strategies. Minority shareholders in Dragon Oil have until July 30 to decide whether to accept the offer of Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc), which already holds 53 per cent of the company, to buy them out. Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (Taqa) is seeking to refinance its hefty debts, while reportedly considering a merger with another of the emirate’s state firms (although Taqa denies this). International Petroleum Investment Company (Ipic) recently parted ways with its managing director. And Qatar Petroleum has absorbed its subsidiary, QP International (QPI), and is planning to shed “non-core” assets. Leading global oil companies such as Petrobras of Brazil, Petronas of Malaysia and Statoil of Norway applied their technical and commercial skills internationally. They still have an edge at home, but their overseas operations are run much like their domestic ones, and have to compete on an equal basis for capital.

Professor Hilmi Demir: Sectarian conflict in the Middle East— Sectarianism has become the framework for understanding a range of conflicts in the Middle East, going even beyond the sphere of Syria and Iraq where the sectarian narrative has most potency in media and academic discourse. Policy makers and international relations experts in Turkey and beyond assume that solutions to regional problems must lie in non-sectarianism since it is through the prism of “sect” that they understand issues in the first place. The Sunni-Shia binary is the paradigm par excellance, applied wherever possible, and behind which the Iranian-Saudi proxy war must be lurking. But just how accurate is this framing? What do we mean by sect and sectarianism? Are we favouring sectarianism by using it as the prism du jour for understanding the Middle East? If we take Syria, the Assad government has come to be described in media and academic discussion of the Syrian civil war as Alawi (Nusayri), a sectarian regime. There are different groups fighting the Assad regime including the Free Syrian Army, Al-Qaeida-based groups such as the Nusra Front and ISIS. Is it correct to use the rather wide and undefined category “Sunni” to identify them all? For a start, are those fighters who came from Europe “Sunni” in the sense that the word might be understand in various parts of Syria or Iraq? Is Sunni a sectarian form of identification in the way that Alawi or Shia is? I would argue that it is not. Sunni is sometimes applied to refer to areas where there are no Shia, or, in Turkey, it might be assumed as a term relevant for all Arabs because of the view that Shiaism equals Iran. For those claiming to represent Sunnism or Shiaism, these terms serve to strengthen their sense of identity vis-à-vis the other.

Reuters: Quartet of crises threatens Europe’s core— Four great crises around Europe’s fringes threaten to engulf the European Union, potentially setting the ambitious post-war unification project back by decades. The EU’s unity, solidarity and international standing are at risk from Greece’s debt, Russia’s role in Ukraine, Britain’s attempt to change its relationship with the bloc, and Mediterranean migration. Failure to cope adequately with any one of these would worsen the others, amplifying the perils confronting “Project Europe”. Greece’s default and the risk, dubbed ‘Grexit’, that it may crash out of the shared euro currency is the most immediate challenge to the long-standing notion of an “ever closer union” of European states and peoples. “The longer-term consequences of Grexit would affect the European project as a whole. It would set a precedent and it would further undermine the raison d’être of the EU,” Fabian Zuleeg and Janis Emmanouilidis wrote in an analysis for the European Policy Centre think-tank. Though Greece accounts for barely 2 percent of the euro zone’s economic output and of the EU’s population, its state bankruptcy after two bailouts in which euro zone partners lent it nearly 200 billion euros ($220 billion) is a massive blow to EU prestige. Even before the outcome of Sunday’s Greek referendum was known, the atmosphere in Brussels was thick with recrimination – Greeks blaming Germans, most others blaming Greeks, Keynesian economists blaming a blinkered obsession with austerity, EU officials emphasising the success of bailouts elsewhere in the bloc.

Philip Weiss: Oren’s demands make Israel’s liberal apologists squirm— Michael Oren’s book is driving a wedge right into the Israel lobby. His message that to be a member in good standing of “Jewish peoplehood” you must support Netanyahu, oppose a Palestinian state, and oppose the Iran deal is making Israel’s liberal apologists in the U.S. very unhappy. Especially given all the contempt that Oren has shown for American Jews, as soft, intermarrying social-justice types who don’t know what war is really like. In Los Angeles, Oren seems surprised by the backlash. He says that some of the criticism is “sad.” “I always thought of myself as a person who can span the divides.” His good friend Yossi Klein Halevy says that American Jewish writers have to stop “demonizing” Oren, and Halevy tries to walk the book back somewhat. But Halevy also can’t stop himself from criticizing American Jews: “If Michael feels that American Jewry is failing Israel at the most dangerous moment in its history, he has the obligation to say so. Ironically, the Israeli-American Jewish relationship has become the reverse of its old problematic dynamic. Where once it was forbidden for American Jews to criticize Israel, now, apparently, it is forbidden for an Israeli to criticize American Jewry. Is Michael wrong in his assessment of American Jewry?”

Arutz Sheva: ‘Christian tidal wave about to crash on BDS’— The Christian Zionist NPO Proclaiming Justice to the Nations (PJTN) on Monday welcomed the adoption of anti-BDS resolutions it has pushed for at the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and New York State Assembly. In the New York vote adopting the resolution that aims to fight the economic boycott movement against the Jewish state, PJTN President Laurie Cardoza-Moore traveled to the State Assembly to personally present Assemblyman Todd Kaminsky with a draft resolution. PJTN activists in Pennsylvania were also instrumental in having the draft resolution passed there as well, after Tennessee in April passed anti-BDS legislature followed by a similar move in Indiana. But PJTN announced that this is just the beginning, as supporters of the group in 34 states throughout America have already started working to prepare anti-BDS motions in a wave of support for Israel. “The Jew-hating BDS movement is about to be hit by a tidal wave of support for Israel and the Jewish People,” Cardoza-Moore said. “As proud Christian Zionists that represent millions of believers worldwide, we will stand as a firewall around the Jewish People and will ensure that no form of genocidal anti-Semitism be tolerated.”

Khaled Abu Toameh: Palestinians: Why Salam Fayyad Lacks Popular Support— It is no secret that several senior Palestinian officials see themselves as potential successors to Abbas. Like his predecessor, Yasser Arafat, Abbas has stubbornly refused to share power with anyone. And like Arafat, he continues to run the Palestinian Authority as if it were his private fiefdom. In Palestinian culture, it is more important if one graduates from an Israeli prison than from the University of Texas in Austin. A Palestinian who carries out an attack on Israel has more credentials among his people than one who studied at Harvard or Oxford universities. It took Salam Fayyad too long to realize that no matter how many good things he does for his people, in the end he will be judged on the basis of his contribution to the fight against Israel, and not how much humanitarian and financial aid he provides.

Bassam Tawil: Palestinians: More Missed Opportunities— It was Palestinian who hurt themselves: When Israelis were not able to hire Palestinian workers, they simply turned to foreign workers, prefabricated construction and other industrial innovations. If the boycott of goods made in the settlements is successful, thousands, if not tens of thousands of Palestinians will find themselves unemployed, hungry, and ripe for radicalization. The world will never give up its computing, medical, agricultural and start-up products for us. The Israelis will continue to prosper. They have already found other markets. Mahmoud Abbas is afraid of Hamas and afraid to enter the Gaza Strip. As a result of rumors that Hamas was working privately to reach a cease-fire agreement with Israel, Abbas is threatening to dissolve the national unity government.

Yossi Melman: Is Egypt Losing Its War Against ISIS in Sinai?—Israeli intelligence sources estimate that the ISIS-affiliated Sinai Province numbers several hundred trained and armed operatives, as well as a similar number of collaborators. Most of them are local Bedouin, some of them from the Tarabin tribe which resides in north Sinai and has dealt in drug and weapons smuggling as well as human trafficking in recent years. The Egyptian army has achieved relative quiet in central and southern Sinai after winning the loyalty of several tribal leaders in these areas through bribery, threats and punishment. However, the problem has persisted in north Sinai.

Shmuley Boteach: Will Samantha Power Be the First American UN Ambassador to Abandon Israel?— Last week, mega-philanthropist Michael Steinhardt, co-founder of Birthright Israel, which has brought 500,000 young Jews to Israel, joined with our organization The World Values Network, in a full-page New York Times ad about Ambassador Samantha Power. In the ad Mr. Steinhardt reminded the Ambassador of her commitment at her Senate confirmation hearings, “I will stand up for Israel and work tirelessly to defend it” at the United Nations. At the AIPAC Annual Policy Conference in Washington, DC, in March, Samantha avowed, “It is a false choice to tell Israel that it has to choose between peace on the one hand, and security on the other. The United Nations would not ask any other country to make that choice, and it should not ask it of Israel.” Ambassador Power, of course, was correct – security is the foundation of any sustainable peace framework in the Middle East. To its credit, the United States has long stood for justice and served as an essential check against overreach, anti-Semitism, and double standards by Arab and European nations at the UN.

Dr. Edy Cohen: Palestinian incitement growing stronger— Last year, after Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas lambasted Hamas over the abduction of the three Israeli teens and the Gaza war, some Israeli politicians became convinced that the Palestinian leader was going to take on Hamas and finally get rid of it. Toward the end of Operation Protective Edge last summer, the conventional wisdom was that thanks to Abbas, Hamas was forced to let PA observers man the Gaza Strip’s border with Egypt to counter illicit smuggling from Sinai. Although Israeli media insists on casting Abbas as the “good” Palestinian leader, the reality is quite different. Hamas and the Islamic Jihad coordinated their moves with PA-affiliated organizations all through Operation Protective Edge; their contacts involved both military and diplomatic affairs. On the first day of the operation, for example, the Gaza-branch of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades, Fatah’s military wing, fired 35 rockets on Israel. That organization is funded by the Palestinian Authority, and it is organically linked to it. It rallied behind Hamas during the fighting, much like the Palestinian Islamic Jihad. Not only did its operatives go into hiding and gave their war effort a code name Raging Storm, they also went so far as filming their rocket fire. On the last day of the operation, the group’s spokesperson, known as Abu Jihad, held a news conference, reviewing the operations his organization undertook. He noted that the operatives fired some 620 rockets on Israeli targets.

Tsivya Fox: Yehuda Glick: The Man Fighting to Rescue the Temple Mount for All—“In the last days the mountain of Yahweh’s temple will be established as the highest of the mountains; it will be exalted above the hills, and peoples will stream to it.” (Micah 4:1) When reading the news about Israel, one is bound to come across a story about Rabbi Yehuda Glick. Perhaps best known for the assassination attempt on his life last year, what Glick is more proud of is his political activism on behalf of allowing universal access and prayer on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. In the many articles about him, Glick has been described as everything from an “agitator” and “right-wing extremist” to a “religious freedom activist” and a “gentle giant.” Born in Brooklyn, New York, Glick’s family moved to Israel when he was just 9-years-old. He now serves as the leader of HaLiba (“The Heart”), a coalition of groups dedicated to “reaching complete and comprehensive freedom and civil rights for Jews on the Temple Mount,” and is the founder of the Temple Mount Heritage Foundation. Glick was awarded the 2015 Moskowitz Prize for Zionism for being “active for human rights and religious freedom on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount.” As a Root Source teacher, he shares insights about the Holy Temple, including its history and the scriptural basis for building a Third Temple. Breaking Israel News sat down with the man who the Israeli police labeled as “the most dangerous man in the Middle East” for a short interview.

SnyderTalk Comment: I took this video of Rabbi Glick in Jerusalem a few weeks ago.  I was sitting next to his security detail while I took it.  They told me that they go with him every time he comes to the Old City.

Some people in Israel think that Glick is a provocateur, but I believe he is on the right track.






9--Jerusalem Post


ISIS affiliate in Egypt claims rocket fire toward Israel

Analysis: Rouhani’s anti-gay policies mirror his predecessor

Costa Rica becomes 33rd country to launch pro-Israel caucus

Netanyahu: We Are Partners with Egypt in the Fight Against ISIS

Egypt Surprised by IS Attacks in Sinai 

Lapid: Netanyahu should quit if bad Iran nuclear deal signed

SnyderTalk Comment: That doesn’t make any sense.

Analysis: Egypt, Hamas, ISIS and Israel after the latest rocket attack

Iranian official: US will remain our enemy despite emerging nuclear deal

SnyderTalk Comment: Only idiots don’t know that already.  Still, I’m glad he reminded us.

Iran’s Zarif says differences remain in nuclear talks with major powers

Analysis: Religious choice at threat as haredi parties reassert control over Jewish life

Philadelphia museum celebrates Jewish role in promoting gay rights

Flotilla activists release footage of IDF intercepting ‘Marianne’

Al-Quds Brigade builds watch tower directly across IDF structure on Gaza border

PA warns Hamas: Don’t carry out terror attacks on Palestinian security forces in West Bank

Haredim arrested for throwing rocks at Arab vehicles near Damascus Gate

State to Supreme Court: Give Olmert another 6 months in prison



10--Arutz Sheva


Netanyahu Says Nuke Deal getting Worse by the Day

How ISIS is Making Sunnis an Offer They Can’t Refuse

Minister Shaked: Likud ‘Sold Out’ to the Haredim

Top Cop Suicide: ‘Police Must Back Each Other Up’

Rivlin Slams MK Who Blasted Arabs

Lip Reader Sues Police for ‘Abandoning’ Him

Dying Words Incriminate Israeli Arab Killer

Giant PA Egg Smuggling Ring Busted 

Sharansky: ‘Troubled’ By Conversion Decision

Rabbis, MKs: High Court Has Something Against Us

Rivlin: Radicals Have Hijacked Ramadan

The Entebbe Raid: Now in Animation, Too 

IDF Shoots Self in Foot, Shortens Men’s Service

Iraqi Warplane Accidentally Bombs Baghdad

Jordan Foils Major Iranian Terror Attack

Hamas: Israel Sent ISIS to Destroy Us

Egypt’s New Anti-Terror Law Could Kill Journalists








Netanyahu: Western powers ‘collapsed’ in nuclear talks

Israel angrily warns powers caving to Iran in nuke talks

Clinton: Hoping for Iran deal, though it won’t end threat

Key lawmaker backs softer language in urging tougher Iran stance

Hamas reopens Gaza’s only cellphone company

Conversion reforms struck down by cabinet

PA determined to curb Hamas resistance in West Bank

In war-ravaged Gaza, the same old story, only worse

Hamas, Hezbollah, Revolutionary Guards said to meet in Beirut

London neo-Nazis outnumbered by counter-protesters

Israeli flags not welcome at London rally against anti-Semitism

Liberman: Netanyahu government won’t last the year

Egypt warplanes strike back at extremists in troubled Sinai

Israeli army says Hamas helping Islamic State in Sinai

Obama’s counterterrorism policy facing mounting criticism

Turkish PM denies plans for imminent intervention in Syria



12a--Other News


Greece debt crisis: Greek voters reject bailout offer

Greek Foreign Minister Visits Israel Amid Crisis at Home

Greece’s ‘no’ vote: What happens now?

The Strategic Consequences of “Grexit”

Greece debt crisis: Finance Minister Varoufakis resigns

Greece Bailout Referendum: They Voted ‘No’. Now What?

Greece’s Debt to ECB Can’t Be Restructured, Official Says

Time not right for Greek talks: Germany

Israel Breaks Up Hamas Terror Cell in West Bank 

Suicide bomber explodes at northeast Nigeria church, 5 dead

“Humanitarian Aid” Aboard Gaza Flotilla Fit in Two Cardboard Boxes 

Execution Video Shows ISIS Drowning Prisoners Accused of Spying

Why Hamas’ Beating of Protesters is a Big Story








Turkey Prefers Islamic State to Kurdish State

Can the U.S. Get a Good Iran Deal?

Iran Takes Hard Line on Inspections, Sanctions at Nuke Talks

Ya’alon: Terror Wave Result of PA Incitement, Iranian Funds

Iran’s Intentions: In Defense of Pessimism

Caving In to Iran

Iran’s Dubious Track Record

Netanyahu: ISIS attacks are nothing compared to Iran



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4--Scripture of the Day Yahweh

Exodus 14

1 Now Yahweh spoke to Moses, saying, 2 “Tell the sons of Israel to turn back and camp before Pi-hahiroth, between Migdol and the sea; you shall camp in front of Baal-zephon, opposite it, by the sea. 3 For Pharaoh will say of the sons of Israel, ‘They are wandering aimlessly in the land; the wilderness has shut them in.’ 4 Thus I will harden Pharaoh’s heart, and he will chase after them; and I will be honored through Pharaoh and all his army, and the Egyptians will know that I am Yahweh.” And they did so.

SnyderTalk Comment: Read His Name is Yahweh.

All of this was done so that people would know that His Name is Yahweh.


5--HNIY Print form

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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Romans 11:13-14, “What will create jealousy among the Jews?”—Jim Hutchens

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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.


Other Books by Neil Snyder

  • 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.
  • What Will You Do with the Rest of Your Life? deals with a question that every Christian has to consider: what should I do with my life? Click here to order the eBook.  Click here to order the paperback.
  • 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.

15--Concentric Circles 5


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