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Isaiah's End-Time Prophecy

This Prophecy in Isaiah/Yasha Yahu 56 is our guide to the behaviour Yahuah has always required of his children. He shows us the way to overcome this world and receive the victors crown, but it is up to us to follow the instruction. As you read ask yourself am I behaving like a dumb dog, or do I have these qualifications together.

Isaiah / YashaYahu 56.

"Thus said Yahuah,"Guard right ruling and do righteousness, for near is my deliverance to come and My righteousness to be revealed. Blessed is the man who does this and the son of man who holds hold on it, guarding the Shabath lest he profane it and guarding his hand from doing any evil. And let not the son of any foreigner who has joined himself to Yahuah speak saying,'Yahuah has certainly separated me from his people,' nor let the eunuch say,' look I am a dry tree.' " for thus said Yahuah,"To the eunuchs who guard my Shabaths and have chosen what pleases me, and hold fast to My Covenant: to them I shall give in my house and within my walls a place and a Name better than of sons and daughters - I give them an Everlasting Name that is not cut off. Also the sons of the foreigner who join themselves to Yahuah, to serve him,and love the Name of Yahuah, to be His servants, all who guard the Shabath, and not profane it, and hold fast to My Covenant - them shall I bring to my Qodesh (set-apart) mountain, and let them rejoice in My house of prayer. Their burnt offerings and their slaughterings are accepted on My altar, for My house is called a house of prayer for all peoples." The master Yahuah, who gathers the outcasts of Yisharal, declares "I gather still others to him besides those who are gathered to him." All you beasts of the field, come to devour, all you beasts in the forest. His watchmen are blind, all of them, they have not known. All of them are dumb dogs, unable to bark, dreaming, lying down, loving to slumber. And the dogs have a strong appetite, they never have enough. And they are shepherds! They have not known understanding, all of them look to their own way, everyone for his own gain, from his own end saying,"Come let me bring wine and fill ourselves with strong drink. And tomorrow shall be as today, even much greater".

Now ask yourself which one of these characters fits your behaviour ?

By Christopher Hilton . . .