2016 Israel Tour: Har Carmel

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  1. 1kings 18:21 how long will you hesitate between 2 opinions?
    I’m reminded how Lot hesitated and barely escaped the flames. Maybe Yahweh will have compassion and save some that still totter on continuing in traditions that don’t honor my King, maybe He will allow them to barely escape the flames but why take a chance. Besides that, as we see the next step of Lot, he had compromised so much he was willing to sacrifice his children. Obviously today abortion is a child sacrifice but also allowing our children to be synchronized into today’s culture is sacrificing our children. Tv, music, books, school curriculums, some church programs, the stuff on the Internet- even just the busyness that conditions them to not know how to sit still is a way of sacrificing them and teaching them not to be in awe of our King. I’ve always thought of the story of Elijah on Mt Carmel representing Yahweh and His way verses the gods of Easter and Christmas. Baal being the representation of Christmas and Jezebel of Easter. Note the name Jezebel איזבל (recognize part of her name in baalzevuv?). Ironically her name can be summized to mean un-husbanded.

  2. Is homeschool an option?
    Having to constantly be exposed to, not only celebrations that are not of Yahweh but also immoral, antisemetic practices etc. is tough. I homeschooled and it is still very difficult to teach children to be willing to be separated out. No matter what you do try to think of ways to stimulate your children to love and honor Yahweh with all their heart. I would talk to them, make sure you listen to their response. See if you can convince them to want to not bring the stuff home after y’all talk. If they won’t after you patiently give them time to see the reason not to bring it home then tighten the gird around your waste and make the final decision for them after all you are the mom. I learned the hard way that I should have made my kids know that I have the final decision. No matter what be peaceful and loving focus on their hearts turning to Him more than the stuff they are bringing home

  3. This is a very good teaching, thank you. I have a question…2015 I made the decision to keep Yah’s feasts and not Christmas. The problem is my 2 daughters are in public school and they are bringing home all kinds of decoration and junk. I think it dishonors my King but now do I deal with it. They are in 3rd and 4th grade. We often talk about the things of Yah and Torah.

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