We are in a generation like no other in the history of mankind and the Bible clearly lays out why this is so and what to expect
ABILENE, Texas (PRWEB)
May 16, 2018
Yisrayl Hawkins, Pastor and Overseer at The House of Yahweh in Abilene, Texas, has released a new publication this week that is part three of a Damascus Prophecy Series–Damascus will cease from being a city. He says the new articles gives even more revealing information and really digs deep into the unfolding Syrian events.
“We are in a generation like no other in the history of mankind and the Bible clearly lays out why this is so and what to expect,” Yisrayl comments.
Yisrayl says many people would be shocked to discover what the Holy Scriptures actually say about many of these tit-for-tat attacks going on and how certain cities are specifically named. He adds, “You must know other pieces of Scripture in order to line them up with modern cities to know which one is being referenced.”
Yisrayl says his writings are thorough and backed with a lot of reference to prove what he says to be true. He says his goal is to teach so that every person, at any age level, is able to understand. He has seen the confusion caused by mainstream religion and is on a mission to clear the confusion and make Prophecy understandable.
“Yahweh has given The House of Yahweh authority to teach the Laws and the Prophecies with the foreknowledge that the Message would go out to the entire world. If I were you, I’d take heed and start listening to what the Creator is trying to tell you,” Yisrayl says.
Yisrayl has published this third article on his blog for all to read at Yahwehsbranch.com.
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