Section 303 calls for the assessment of the possibility of a "No Fly Zone in Syria".
Current status of the law: Received in the Senate and Read twice and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations. Senate has not yet voted on it.
Israel Fires: 133 Injured, 33,000 Dunams Of National Park Destroyed In Fires
Modern Day ‘Hipster’ Nativity Scene Flies Off Shelves
This is how "Holy" they treat their own fake holiday.
Health Benefits of Nutmeg
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Confirmation #50 That Assad is The Son of Perdition ("The Antichrist")
Confirmation #50: Hanukkah Points to The Ultimate Defeat of the End Time Syrian King
One year ago, JEsus moved this ministry into our first official ministry building. We moved in just two days before the Fiesta of Dedication, better known as "Hanukkah". Then we held our very first "Sabbath" services in the new building the day before Hanukkah. Who knows? Perhaps I was one day off on the calculation of Hanukkah? I was not trying to move or start services in accordance with the Hanukkah date. But that's how JEsus planned it. Whether the first services were on the day before OR on Hanukkah, either way, I believe that JEsus sees it as the "Dedication of the Local Temple" or "House of GOD". Since then, JEsus has shown me much more about Hanukkah and why it's extremely important for the end time New Covenant Christians to observe it.
Soon, There will be the ultimate Abomination of Desolation of The Temple of GOD in Heaven & the daily offerings (not animal sacrifices) in Heaven will cease, Dan.12:11. This will occur 30 days before "The Great Tribulation" begins. But 3.5 years later, The Temple will be rededicated. The ultimate spiritual purpose and meaning of Hanukkah HAS ALWAYS BEEN to point to the gathering together of the Saints into Heaven for the Marriage Supper of The Lamb (2 Macc.2:18) at the blowing of the 7th Trumpet of the 7th Seal (represented by the 7th Fiesta/Holiday of the Year called "The Fiesta of Dedication" or "Hanukah", AND the end time defeat of the Syrian/Assyrian King Bashar Assad when JEsus & the Saints return at the Battle of Armageddon.
To make the revelation even more firm & solid that this should be posted as the 50th Confirmation, The temperature app on my smartphone has been "stuck" on 50 degrees, all of yesterday and today thus far. You may remember as well, that a few months ago, that JEsus was showing us lots of 50's all over the news.
Added to Hanukkah Article:
Hanukkah is the 7th Fiesta of the Year
Following the list of Holy Days in order in Lev.23-24:
1. The weekly 7th Day. Yes, according to this very detailed list, the weekly Sabbath is a Holy Day or Fiesta. It is the foundational Holy Day of all Fiestas/Holy Days. If you embrace the Sabbath, you MUST also embrace ALL of the Sabbaths. The 7th Day was the first Holy Day created in Genesis 1-2. This first holy day is an on-going weekly Fiesta.
2. Passover & The Day of Unleavened Bread. Although western Christians have traditionally seen these as two separate Fiestas (Holy Days), Passover itself is not a commanded rest day. And it's not listed as a "Holy Convocation". The only thing we are commanded to do is to take Communion. We usually do not even has a worship service apart from a short communion service with foot washing after sunset. Also at sunset, we start fasting for 7 days from leavening. Therefore, Passover is the first day of 8 days of the Fiesta of Unleavened Bread. The Jews have traditionally called BOTH Passover & the 7 Days of Unleavened Bread by only one title "Unleavened Bread".
4. Fiesta of Trumpets.
5. Day of Atonement.
6. Feast of Tabernacles including the 8th Day, the Great Last Day of the Feast. John 7:37 refers to the 8th day as "the last day, the great day of the feast". Therefore it is not really a separate Fiesta from Tabernacles, but rather an extended observance thereof.
7. Hanukkah for 8 nights. The list of Holy Days does NOT stop with the last verse of Lev.23. Originally, there were no chapter & verse numbers or divisions. Mankind has added all of the chapter & verse numbers & divisions thereof. Therefore we keep reading into Lev.24: (KJV)
:1 And the Lord spake unto Moses, saying,
2 Command the children of Israel, that they bring unto thee pure oil olive beaten for the light, to cause the lamps to burn continually.
3 Without the vail of the testimony, in the tabernacle of the congregation, shall Aaron order it from the evening unto the morning before the Lord continually: it shall be a statute for ever in your generations.
4 He shall order the lamps upon the pure candlestick (Strong's Concordance says the word was actually "Menorah") before the Lord continually.
5 And thou shalt take fine flour, and bake twelve cakes thereof: two tenth deals shall be in one cake.
6 And thou shalt set them in two rows, six on a row, upon the pure table before the Lord.
7 And thou shalt put pure frankincense upon each row, that it may be on the bread for a memorial, even an offering made by fire unto the Lord.
8 Every sabbath he shall set it in order before the Lord continually, being taken from the children of Israel by an everlasting covenant.
9 And it shall be Aaron's and his sons'; and they shall eat it in the holy place: for it is most holy unto him of the offerings of the Lord made by fire by a perpetual statute.
Is Lev.24:1-9 speaking only about the weekly 7th day? I do not believe so. Lev.23 listed the 7th day FIRST. Then it lists each Fiesta in order. To understand any scripture/doctrine, we must read & consider the entire context. If we keep Lev.24:1-9 in context, it is reasonable to believe that it's talking about the NEXT Fiesta of the year after the Last Great Day of Tabernacles. Notice in 24:4, a commandment to light a menorah. The translators have ON PURPOSE hidden the word "menorah"! We do not see a specific commandment to light a menorah on any of the other Fiestas, only that a lamp was to be burning EVERY evening of EVERY day of the year whenever the Tabernacle was stationary, which would have included the Fiestas. But only Hanukkah is directly related to the lighting of a menorah. In Exo.27:20-21 we see a command to keep a lamp burning from evening to morning EVERY night of the year in the traveling tent Tabernacle, whenever it was assembled & stationary. But that's a separate issue from Sabbaths/Fiestas. Notice in verse 5, there was to be 12 loaves of bread or cakes. It is said in some bible commentaries that 12 loaves were replaced every week. Therefore it may be that 24:1-9 may be talking about every 7 day cycle. But many things in the bible are duel. I believe that this passage of scripture is duel in referring to every 7 day weekly cycle or weekly Sabbath, as well as referring, as least in symbolic foreshadowing language, to Hanukkah. I must also point out that I believe that Hanukkah was originally 12 days and was later shortened to 8 days. Notice in Numbers 7, that the Dedication of The Tabernacle (first temple/tent) lasted for 12 days. The Jews claim, and I believe, that the tent & furniture was completed actually on the 25th day of the 9th month, Hanukkah, but was not assembled completely for the first time until around 3 months later. Since the first Dedication was 12 days, this may be why Satan has copied Hanukkah with the "12 Day of Christmas". I do not know why it has been shortened to 8 days. But it is clear in scripture that it has been. Perhaps because the first Tabernacle was celebrated longer due to it being the first.
It doesn't make sense for Lev.24 to be speaking only about the weekly Sabbath, since the weekly Sabbath was already discussed at the beginning of chapter 23. And there is NOT any other verse in the entire bible commanding 12 loaves every week or every Sabbath. (We no longer need to bake 12 loaves, as that was an old covenant ritual ceremonial law which has been replaced with The Bread of Life which is Jesus.) However, it would be GOOD to continue lighting the Menorah (or just 7 candles) every Hanukkah in representation of the 7 Eras of the New Covenant Church (Rev.2-3) and us being caught up to Jesus at the blowing of the 7th Trumpet (7th candle) & our promised victory over the King of Syria after our modern day Abomination of Desolation.
Hanukkah is the 7th Holy Day of the year. Purim is the 8th, which occurs in the 12th month. Passover plus the 7 Day of Unleavened Bread is a total of 8 days. The Fiesta of Tabernacles plus the Last Great Day is 8 days. 7 is the number of completeness/fulfillment. But 8 represents eternity & overflowing. The Paradise of the New Heavens & New Earth is represented by the 8th Day extensions & 8th Fiesta. The Lake of Fire destroying our enemies (including Satan & all fallen angels) is presented by Purim. In the Apocrypha & Alpha & Omega Bible versions of the book of Esther 8:13, it says "Do ye therefore also, among your notable feasts, keep a distinct day with all festivity, that both now and hereafter it may be a day of deliverance to us and who are well disposed toward the Persians, but to those that plotted against us a memorial of destruction. And every city and province collectively, which shall not do accordingly, shall be consumed with vengeance by spear and fire: it shall be made not only inaccessible to men, but most hateful to wild beasts and birds for ever."
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These menorahs do NOT contain any Assyrian letters or pagan star or symbols of any kind. They are PERFECT!
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