Richard writes, "In 1973 God made the Messianic Scriptures of the Torah and the Tanakh come alive off the pages of the Jewish Holy Scriptures and into my heart with His divine Love, and every day, for about three months."
Richard writes, "8 reasons why the Man in Jeremiah 33:18 is not really about the Aaronic priests in general, or about Zadokite priests of Aaron in particular, but is about one Man, Yeshua from Zadok’s family of Aaron; and His Eternal Blood Sacrifice!"
Richard writes, "Are we about to witness some major collision? Will Israel suddenly be forced, with no other nation being there to help them, to single handedly take out the Iran nuclear facilities?"
Richard writes, "Why is the Chanukkah and Christmas time a most wonderful time of the year?"
Richard writes, "Knowing that many Jewish people may read this article, I have decided to write my story on how I was saved, and later why I made aliyah to Israel in 1995."
Richard writes, "Yeshua would come to earth in a Body prepared for Him, through the virgin, the fulfillment of the two families of king David and high priest Zadok of Aaron."
Richard writes, "Within that Body of believers in Heaven are those who are the members of Yeshua’s mystery Bride, waiting for the fullness of Yeshua’s Bridal party to be completed, so that the promised Marriage of the Lamb and His Bride can take place."
Richard writes, "God showed me years ago another major Scripture Revelation to show these same Truths about our Lord Yeshua coming from two families of David and Aaron. It’s the Path of the Righteous Seed!"
Richard writes, "Pastors, now is the time to be preparing your believers in Yeshua for the soon coming Ezekiel 38 - 39 Middle East War, immediately followed by serious persecutions from Orthodox Religious Jews."
Richard writes, "I am writing this article because the Greatest Love Story of all, Yeshua’s Love Story for His Bride, is woven within the mysteries of the 7 Feasts of the LORD, which God spoke to Moses in Sinai, Leviticus 23. The Truths of these mysteries are only partially taught."