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Sunday, February 23, 2020

ICEJ International Christian Embassy Jerusalem


Esav has slowly over the past 30 years, infiltrated Israel and multiplied all under the guise of being our brother, who loves Israel and just wants to serve Israel.  The hidden goal was two fold, one to get a foothold in Eretz Yisrael and the other to bond with and attach to Am Yisrael. One organization that has been very successful at this is the ICEJ.  They do lots of humanitarian work in Israel and host the yearly "Feast of Tabernacles" event, including the idolatrous parade through the streets of Jerusalem.  In recent years, many religious Jews have taken their children to watch this parade thinking that it is just a show of love and support for Israel.  The ICEJ and their Jewish supporters claim they don't missionize and therefore are no threat to Israel and that we (the Jews) should embrace and welcome them. While these xians lie to our faces, this is what they really believe about missionizing;

Now if I said to my Jewish friends that in order to have a meaningful relationship with me, they must stop celebrating Shabbat, they would be horrified and reject such a position out of hand. But this is what some Jews are doing to Christians! They assert that no relationship between Jews and Christians can take place unless the Christians disavow missionary activity.
The Jewish world must know that the call to be obedient to world missions, including the Jewish world, is not a small matter that can be compromised. No, this call is a major tenet of our biblical faith (Romans 1:16; Matthew 28:18-20). It cannot be done away with easily, just as keeping Shabbat cannot be done away with easily. If pro-Israel Evangelicals reject this call they would be totally discredited in the wider Christian world.
This was written by former director of the ICEJ, Malcolm Hedding and is posted on the ICEJ website in the "christian zionism 101" category.

I'M BACK....

After a three year hiatus from this website, I am back.  Esav (the xian world) believes the land of Israel is his inheritance and he has come as "our brother" claiming to want to share this inheritance and bring the redemption together. He only wants to pretend to be our brother in order to keep Yaaqov(Israel) from fulfilling our mission, receiving our inheritance (the whole land of Israel) and with it the coming of mashiach and the redemption.  Many Jews are falling for this and it is very dangerous for us. The goal of this blog was and is to expose Esav (the xian world) for who he really is.
Sifri comments (Ha’azinu, 322):When Israel have troubles, the nations treat them like strangers and act as if they are unaware of their existence.  Thus, when Israel sought to flee north (following the destruction of the Temple], the nations handed them over….toward the south… east… or west, the nations handed them over…. But when things go well for Israel,   the nations lie to them and make themselves out to be their brothers.
The following midrash typifies the personalization of Rome and the West as Esau.
In the future Esau will wrap himself in a tallis, sit down next to Yakov and say to him, "You are my brother"....Yakov will say to him, "My brother, you will not be like me. "I will lead you to death, I will be the pestilence that leads you to Sheol (Hoshea 13,14). Had I upheld degrees that you promulgated against me, I would have been guilty at the eyes of Heaven. Had I violated them, you would have killed me? (Yalkut Shimoni, Yirmiahu 333)
"That was Esau's intention when he told Yakov, "Let us travel together and I will go before you (Genesis 33,12). He wanted them to join together in both this world and the world to come, to meet each other halfway, with each modifying his conduct until they were alike (Yalkut Shimoni, Genesis 133). Indeed, Esau will even adopt certain tenets of Judaism-such as monotheism, the Divinity of the Torah, and reward and punishment-but only if Israel will give up some of its heritage. Similarly, according to Tanna D'Bei Eliahu Zuta(19), Esau proposed. "Give up some of the mitzvos that divide us. You will thereby enjoy this world and still have half the world to come. Isn't that enough? (Bais Halevy, Vayishlach).

The main goal of Esav (the Israel loving xians) is to attach to Yaaqov (Israel). This is called the "one new man" theology, where Jews and xians join together as one people in Eretz Yisrael, who will be ruled by one leader, j***s. Why is this so important to them, so much so that some of them have put missionizing on "the back burner" so to speak? Because......
"During the First World War many came to the Chafetz Chaim and asked him is this is the 'End of Days' and the war of Gog and Magog. The Chafetz Chaim answered: 'After this war there will be a pause and then there will be another war and then another pause. Then there will be another war and with that war the Mashiach will come...the last war will be the beginning of the redemption, and a Torah-true Jew who is completely separated from the non-Jews will not be subjugated, as we find that in Egypt when two people drank from the same cup, one (an Egyptian) drank blood and the other (an Israelite) drank water. This shows that in fact there is no rule whatsoever over a Jew who is separated entirely from the non-Jews." (Rabbi Aharon Kotler, in the name of the Chafetz Chaim, Leket Reshimot Channukah by Rabbi Noson Wachtfogel, p.40)

"I have a tradition passed down from one to another in the name of Maran HaGaon Rabbi Yehoshua Lieb Diskin, z"l, that in the final war before the arrival of the Mashiach all of the righteous Jews will be saved. Who are the 'righteous Jews'? Those who are separated from the non-Jews! It does not mean that they must be one of the 36 righteous individuals, rather they must be separated from the ways of the non-Jews and have no contact with their culture! Not with their newspapers, their music and books; to be entirely separated from them. Then Hashem will say: You are Mine and you are under a different authority so no one else will rule over you" (Ibid., p. 41)(Excerpted from the book The End of Days by Shmuel Raber)

Esav is trying to attach to us to bring us down, to prevent the redemption and our job is to remain separated (from the non-Jews) and holy in order to be redeemed.

Sunday, May 7, 2017


In 2013, good Jews tried to warn the Israeli public that a xian zionist visitor's center was being planned in the heart of the Shomron.  This plan was discovered because missionary Lars Enarson sent out a prayer request, which stated,
"As the nations of the world now unilaterally reject Israel’s right to Judea and Samaria, a similar initiative is now emerging, this time, however, from Jewish rabbis in Israel! Having noticed the unselfish and unwavering support year after year of the volunteer organization HaYovel led by Tommy and Sherri Waller from Nashville TN, Rabbi Eliezer Melamed has taken an initiative to establish a Christian Zionist Visitor Center on the Mount of Blessing in Samaria, in order to strengthen and encourage Christian support for the so called settlers. 
Rabbi Melamed is Head of Yeshivat Har Bracha and is a prolific author on Jewish Law. He is well known in Israel and has a popular weekly column in the Beersheva newspaper called "Revivim." At the moment he is gathering other rabbis in Israel to get behind his historic initiative with a visitor center open for Christians on the Mount of Blessing.We need to pray that Rabbi Melamed will succeed. Melamed has said that it is time for the Jewish people to act like Abraham, and open up the tent in order to receive those that have come to support them. He has gone even further and stated about HaYovel, “If we say no to these people, we will say no to the Messiah!” 
HaYovel Ministries is this year once again mobilizing believers in Yeshua from the nations to help the farmers in Judea and Samaria to harvest their vineyards and olive groves. The number of volunteers is higher than ever this year."

People denied or ignored this warning but it has happened.  Hayovel will be bringing their first tour of xians to this visitor's center referred to as the Hayovel volunteer campus.
Lodging will be on Har Bracha (Mount of Blessing), at the HaYovel volunteer campus. Rooms are dormitory style, with campground-style bathrooms, showers, and laundromat.
Single men and women will be housed in dorms with several people to each room on cots (similar to bunk beds). Couples will receive their own room with a mattress or bed, and families will receive 1-2 rooms, depending on family size. Bedding, blankets, pillows and towels, soap and shampoo, and other amenities are NOT provided – you will need to bring your own. All meals (unless otherwise mentioned in the itinerary) will be at the HaYovel campus, and prepared by HaYovel’s 5-star chef team. Each Shabbat (sabbath) will include a traditional Jewish sabbath meal. All food is biblically clean, but not certified kosher.
The purpose of this trip is to bring xians into the Shomron and introduce them to religious Jews so they can form relationships.  Building these relationships is step one of proselytizing Jews.  Hear Tommy Waller describe the trip to a group of xians in Nashville Tennessee this past February.

According to the itinerary, these xians will visit Elon Moreh, Itamar, Psagot, Maaleh Levona, Shilo Hevron and Jerusalem.  The tour is being done in partnership with Israel 365 and Rabbi Tuly Weiss. They will visit an army base, holocaust survivors and a Jerusalem area soup kitchen. They will learn with Rabbis Jeremy Gimpel and Ari Abramowitz and the Yeshiva for the Nations.  Everything missionaries learn about Jews and Judaism make is easier for them to get close to and proselytize Jews.

I wrote in a previous blog post that this was the plan all along, to first get accepted by Jews and get a foothold in the land and only then begin to proselytize.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016



David Altman represented the messianic/two-house organization Alliance of Redeemed Israel at the ephraimite congress at the Eshel HaShomron Hotel last year.  He writes a report of events of his travels to Israel.  Every person that a xian meets is an opportunity for missionizing.  They wouldn't call this missionizing but "planting a seed" which will at some point "bear fruit" that will be "harvested".  He gives three scenarios, and in each one he acts and speaks in a different way, specifically catered to what will work best with each individual.  At the end he gives his card for follow up.  It is interesting to me that the only one he actually mentions yeshu to, is the religious Jew.  Altman has a jewish father and a xian mother.  This is just one of thousands, if not more, "ephraimites" that want to be accepted as brothers into the hearts of Jews and the land of Israel.  Of course the xian makes sure to 1. Tell the Jew I don’t want to convert you (that way he will keep listening) and 2. Pour on the love.
 Here is just the part about the religious Jew;
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    An international airport in New York is a large place. Having a three hour layover, I had time to get from point A to B. But following my natural proclivities, I hurried to wait. Straight to the passport processing at EL AL I went. Focused on getting a new boarding pass, I hardy noticed the time alone. Being my first time out of the country, I was expecting questions over my passport, but I was surprised at the detail in which the processors delved. I produced a letter from the hotel where I was going to be staying and explained that it was a pro-Israel conference. Unbeknownst to me, one of my fellow passengers overheard me from the row beside me. He was intrigued and, after he was let through, he waited for me in order to inquire about this pro-Israel conference. He was clearly orthodox but modern. A young man with a clean-cut red goatee and plain business-like attire. Upon asking what type of pro-Israel conference, I informed him that it was a bit unique. It was a conference about mutual respect and brotherly unity. This confused him and my vague statements only seemed to make him more interested. I informed him of my lineage (having a Jewish father and a Southern Baptist mother). I clearly stated that I believed in Yeshua and that I believed that the last tribes in the nations were finding their identity and this convention was an effort to unify the Ephraim subset in support for our older brother. This piqued his confusion. He seemed a little shocked that I was Christian and asked a few pointed questions that were a bit defensive and seemingly resentful, even though I doubt it was intended. I quickly rerouted the conversation when it got to the point of "Why does Jesus have to die for my sins?" I responded with a statement that was not aimed at answering that very important question but rather clarifying my motivation and position. I told him that I don't want to espouse my position or covert him. I believe that Yeshua is my Savior and that the Torah are God's commands. I also believe that Judah has been faithfully and diligently following Torah for over 3 thousand years. I love Judah and have no interest in changing Judah. I respect Judah and hope that Judah will in kind respect me, Ephraim, with the same respect that does not demand change. I then stated that if he wanted to know about my belief because he was interested, I would be happy to share. Just as I hoped that he would faithfully share with me his belief if I was interested. I told him that mutual respect was imperative and did he want to know the answers to his questions because he was interested or because he felt he had to defend his faith. He didn't answer. He rerouted to a more personal topic and asked about me. It seemed he had become interested in the man in front of him and I answered the questions openly. I did the same in kind and it was clear that he was a good and thoughtful man. It appeared that he thought the same of me. The next two to two and a half hours passed like a jackrabbit and we found that we had a tremendous amount in common, including our devotion to God. Our particular beliefs did not interfere with each other and considering that he believed in the coming Messiah as much as I did. We didn't clash once in our understanding of Torah or the appropriate way in which to serve Yahweh through implementation of Torah. We parted a bit hastily and a few details spilled that he probably avoided at the beginning but was happy to share now. He said he was in the IDF for 2 years. I stopped his sentence and thanked him for his service. He was a bit taken aback and I am still unclear as to why. He asked why I thanked him. I told him that Israel needs to be protected and I am proud and thankful of anyone that does. He stood silent for a moment. We were in the tunnel at this point and he dropped a surprise as he put his hand on his shoulder as he accompanied me down the ramp. He told me he was going to marry an Israeli girl on Thursday and that was the reason why he was coming. He stopped short of the door to the plane and asked me if I would come to his wedding in Jerusalem. I was surprised to say the least. The openness and hospitality was just one of the many things I admire about Judah. In front of me stood a shining example of why I am right to love my brother. I told him how appreciative I was to be invited and that if I was able, I would love to attend. At this point we were holding up traffic and we assured one another we would try to find one another when we got off the plane. We were quite distant with regard to our seats and because of time I failed to give him my card. He went to the Israeli section and I to the foreign section and he must have picked up his bags before I was able to get to baggage claim. I never got to exchange information and I will regret that until the day I am blessed to meet my new found brother again. I prayed that he have a joyful wedding and that he finds fulfillment in his new and promising marriage.  I hope to see him again.

Tuesday, August 2, 2016


Two-House Theology (also called bney-yosef, bnai ephraim, hebrew roots, lost tribes)

as taught by a Hebrew Roots/Messianic leader Daniel Botkin 

Agenda 1
 Using the "lost tribes" con to get Jews to consider yeshu

 We should be aware of the fact that Orthodox Jews do expect Mashiach (Messiah) to regather the twelve tribes. Perhaps it could be pointed out to them that the descendants of the tribes are indeed being regathered from among the Gentile nations as they come to Yeshua and into the Messianic Community. Centuries ago, when virtually all Gentile Christians just lived a typical Catholic or Protestant lifestyle, the suggestion would not have been so feasible. But now that so many Gentile Christians are embracing the Torah, honoring the true Sabbath, and celebrating the Biblical Feasts, the idea may not seem too far-fetched for Orthodox Jews to consider it. (Some already do believe it, by the way.) And if they are persuaded that many of these "Messianic Gentiles" are really descendants of the ten northern tribes and are awakening to their Israelite identity because of their faith in Yeshua of Nazareth, then they might also be persuaded to consider His Messianic claims more seriously than they did in the past, when they viewed Christianity as just another pagan religion. Two reasons that Orthodox Jews give to explain their refusal to consider the Messianic claims of Yeshua are: 1) He did not regather the tribes; and 2) He [allegedly] taught His followers to abandon the Torah. Both of these reasons are based on mistaken assumptions. The Two-House teaching presents a vision of Yeshua currently in the process of regathering the tribes and awakening them to their identity as Israelites. And as these "Messianic Gentiles" awaken, they also see that Yeshua did not teach against the Torah. On the contrary, He honored it, upheld it, and taught His disciples to obey it. As the Messianic Israel movement continues to grow, I believe that Jewish people will be more open to examining the Messianic claims of Yeshua.

Agenda 2
Getting xians to go along with the "lost tribes/two-house" theology

Christians need to be made to understand that they cannot be a partaker of the new covenant unless they are part of the house of Israel or the house of Judah. They may be of 100% Gentile ancestry, but they have to join themselves to one of the two houses in order to lay claim to any new covenant privilege or status. Even the true Gentile "companions" had to be in one of Ezekiel's two sticks. There was no third stick called "the stick for the Gentiles." The twelve gates of the New Jerusalem have the names of the twelve tribes written on them. There is no gate labeled "Gentiles." If Gentiles wish to enter the New Jerusalem, they will have to identify with one of the twelve tribes and pass through that tribe's gate. Once a Christian has been awakened to his spiritual identity as a full-fledged member of the house of Israel, it will be easier for him to relate to his Israelite heritage - Israel's Torah, Israel's Sabbath, Israel's history. Because the Christian is joined to Israel's Messiah, he is also joined to Israel. Israel's Torah, Israel's Sabbath, and Israel's history also become his Torah, his Sabbath, his history. He has not stolen these things from the Jews. He has inherited them as a jointheir by means of his adoption into the house of Israel through Israel's Messiah. Whether or not he has physical Israelite ancestry is unimportant on a personal level. The important thing is that God is reuniting the two houses, and he is a part of it, regardless of whether or not he understands (or even believes) the Two-House teaching. 

Friday, July 29, 2016


The Second B’ney Yosef National Congress will take place just after Sukkot (Tabernacles), October 26-31 at the Eshel HaShomron Hotel in Ariel, Israel. Those who are familiar with this subject know that the First Congress in May 2015 resulted in the establishment of BYNA and in similar initiatives in Europe. Over 130 delegates from 12 nations gathered in Ariel, Israel, for the First B’ney Yosef (Sons of Joseph) National Congress. With that in mind, it should be understood that the Second Congress is not a BYNA event. It is more accurate to say that BYNA is a North American expression of the global Ephraimite awakening that inspired the B’ney Yosef Congress.
Jeremiah speaks of a Greater Exodus as both Houses of Israel return to the Promised Land under Messiah’s leadership. The process of restoring our Jewish brethren of the House of Judah has been in progress for over 150 years, and today over half of the world’s recognized Jewish population now lives in the Land. In recent years a growing awareness of the Jewishness of Yeshua of Nazareth has sparked a move to examine the Messianic claims of Yeshua and to open dialogue with Christian, Messianic Jewish, and Hebrew Roots believers. We watch with anticipation and hope that this will bring the spiritual renewal of our brethren as they look for Messiah and the full restoration of the nation.
This is what they call the "spiritual restoration" meaning Jews accepting yeshu
As Judah awakens, so also does the other half of the nation, known in Scripture as the House of Israel, Joseph, and Ephraim. The Torah Awakening of recent years among Christians has matured into an awakening to our identity as Israelites. This identity is firmly grounded in the covenantal promises of YHVH to our fathers Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and to the work of Messiah Yeshua in opening the way for the Lost Sheep of the House of Israel return (Genesis 12:1-3, 15:1-6, 26:1-5, 28:13-15; Matthew 15:24). Moreover, we know that the returning seed of Israel will bring multitudes with them from among the nations who will become full members of the nation (Isaiah 56:1-7; Ezekiel 37:1-28; Romans 11:11-32; Ephesians 2:11-22). 
This is what they call the "physical restoration" meaning millions of xians making aliyah. Oh and don't forget they claim to be (spiritually) descended from the tribe of Ephraim/Menashe so those Jews living in that area, Yehudah and Shomron have to leave and go to the area of Judah.

Saturday, January 3, 2015

"Orthodox" Jews collaborate, praise and even give an award to the founders of xian media outlet GLC

GLC, founded by Al and Tommy Cooper, sent out their end of year newsletter which shows very clearly they are an organization whose goal is to missionize Jews.

With phrases like "reaching the lost sheep of Israel" and "reach the lost with the good news of Yeshua" and "to the Jew first" I don't think there can be any doubt where these people stand on the "salvation of the Jews". What's even worse is the theology being pushed by the Coopers as they stated in a speech they gave at a ceremony in which they were honored by "Orthodox" Jews Ari Abramowitz and Sondra Oster Baras. The Coopers believe that the people of Israel, includes xians who are "grafted in" by their belief in yeshu. They believe this entitles them, and all those like them, to the inheritance promised to Avraham and his decendents i.e. the land of Israel.