Chapter 10 When you picture Satan what type of images comes to mind? How do you perceive his character? How does something so evil come to you as an Angel of Light? Yes, the devil can be confusing. Does he wear a bright red suit and have horns growing out of his head? How... Continue Reading →
Year 5778 A Prophetic word for this new season. Yoash--Now when Athaliah (The daughter of Jezebel) the mother of Ahaziah saw that her son was dead, she rose and destroyed all the royal offspring of the house of Judah. But Jehoshabeath the king’s daughter took Joash the son of Ahaziah, and stole him from... Continue Reading →
It is the season of reflection. The season of repenting. But how do we do that? What does that look like after working an eight or ten hour day, picking up children, cooking dinner, paperwork, bills, the grocery, pet care? Do we say a prayer in the car and call it a day? Do we... Continue Reading →
I sat outside the other day and a bug was on its back in an empty flower pot on my patio. It was very peculiar looking, and I was intrigued to study it. I snapped a photo and went researching. This is what I found. “Assassin bug” This bug has over 7,000 species. “The genus... Continue Reading →
Kisha Gallagher has a way with words from His Word. This blog on the eclipse showcases a woman encompassing a man and how it is bridal, covenantal language. Enjoy every sweet drop.
“Set up for yourself roadmarks, Place for yourself guideposts; Direct your mind to the highway, The way by which you went. Return, O virgin of Israel, Return to these your cities. “How long will you go here and there, O faithless daughter? For the LORD has created a new thing in the earth—A woman will encompass a man.” (Jer. 31:21-22 NASB)
Today, like many other Americans, I watched the moon eclipse the sun in a stunning show of light and darkness. Our special glasses enabled us to watch the sun mimic the moon’s monthly phases in a matter of hours– waxing and waning, or in this case, waning and then waxing.
In the hour leading up to the eclipse as the light decreased upon the land, we all felt strange — like we were in a dream. The air felt different and the temperature began to…
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The smooth wine of the Harlot is intoxicating.
“And I saw the woman drunk with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the witnesses of Jesus. When I saw her, I wondered greatly. And the angel said to me, “Why do you wonder?” Revelation 17:6-7 NASB.
She is drunk with the blood of the saints, and later we find that the saints have been going into her and drinking her intoxicating beverage. If you’ve never been drunk before, you’ve probably at least been around someone who has drunk too much and is stumbling into things or is not quite all the way with it. Many times the drunk person laughs and laughs and is high on life in that moment. They also forget at times that they have a wife or a husband and become led into bed with strangers. Sometimes they throw all their money on a crap die roll and place their bets…
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Free Chapter from Doctrines of Demons #3 The parable of the rich man and Lazarus has been used by many to inflict dreadful fear. It’s even insinuated that a person might be able to see people burning in hell and crying out for a drop of water. Certain ministers claim they have experienced this... Continue Reading →
A little humor to introduce this next Torah Portion that comes from Numbers 25 and is titled “Pinchas | פנחס | "Phinehas” In this blog, I will highlight the journey Israel took by the names of the places they stopped at, and my own journey by the names of streets my husband and I have... Continue Reading →
Woman came from the side of man. She is bone of his bone and flesh of his flesh. The author of Grace in Torah gives much wisdom in these amazing researched and well fleshed out blogs on the Biblical role of women. Read the whole series for complete understanding. Husbands will learn much as well from these amazing blogs. Check out Kisha Gallagher’s BEKY book “The Biblical New Moon,” for more amazing insight.
Bereshit or Genesis is irrefutably the foundation for the entire Bible. We would not only expect to find the start or “beginning” of all things, but also God’s original design, purpose, and function for His creation. We often forget that the world as we see it has been in a state of corruption for thousands of years. This of course is due to the fall of man and the ensuing reign of sin and death. But amidst all the chaos, our loving God, from the beginning, has had a plan of redemption in place for us and His creation. His focus is always on RESTORATION.
It is within that spirit that I write. My hope is for both men and women to find God’s restoration within their most intimate relationship: marriage. But in order for us to work toward that restoration, we…
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