What if the ‘mark of the beast’ is the rejection of the holy Sabbath as one denomination claims (Ezekiel 20:2)? What if taking the ‘mark of the beast’ requires eating ‘unclean’ animals (Isaiah 66:15-18)? What if taking the ‘mark of the beast’ means death for keeping Adonai’s ‘appointed times’ (Daniel 7:25). How does someone suddenly start obeying Torah when faced with death? Being a holy one, a saint, is defined as one who has a testimony of Yeshua and keeps the commandments of Adonai. Obeying Torah because of faith in Yeshua strengthens the holy ones, the saints, to stand when faced with persecution and death.
The past few weeks of information, disinformation and outright lies buzz around the airwaves bouncing off planets in the outer universe so much that I have been praying incessantly for truth. A couple of verses come to mind like “everything that is hidden will be laid bare” (Hebrews 4:13) and “you will know the truth…
Making all foods clean was not the purpose of Noah’s deliverance from the polluted world of the Nephilim nor was it the message of the Prophets(Moses), the Gospel preached by Yeshua or the Apostles. It was not the purpose of Peter’s vision nor the conclusion of the Council of Jerusalem.