It was trying to prove these things wrong that led me to repentance, I read the Bible through twice and spent a year in the library trying to prove it wrong and finally I had to admit I had everything wrong.
I have been putting out a challenge for over 20 years for anyone to show error or falsehood and no one has succeeded yet ;-)
I highly reccomend it.
And I forgot to mention that Andy has not been able to update the Exodus2006 site in awhile - I have been posting Fab's Codes on my website:
Shalom Sister; I don't get on this site often anymore but was very intrigued by this statement...About me:
Called by Yahuah to follow Torah. He does not take "no" for an answer. His Spirit has led me to a belief in the two-house restoration of Israel and I await His call into the wilderness. I am looking to fellowship with other like-minded believers. Seeking friendships, fellowship and relationship possibly leading to marriage. Is there a gentle caring man out there with a beard and tzit tzit who is seeking his match? ; )
It is not often I find someone who uses The Name "Yahuah"; which I believe is the truest form we have.
I have been a believer since the late 60's when I first read The KJV for myself. Being in the military at the time and seeing the perversion of the chaplain recommending all us young men to take a condom to town, I decided to rely solely upon the Spirit/Ruach of Abba YAH to guide me in my studies.
I admit; it has been a constant growing process. But Abba Yahuah has led me out of Babylon and into HIS Truth.
Trouble is; it is a very lonely existence, especially here in rural Michigan. But therein also lies the blessing, as I am able to host a Shemoth 12 Pesach without having to worry about judgement from non-believers. In fact; I feel doubly blessed, as I live very close to the Amish and am able to barter for produce and eggs which are not raised chemically. I raise my own sheep for Pesach, so I know they are "clean" chemically, and have not been altered or made less then whole.
Ayhow: I just wanted to say Shalom and may Abba YAH bless you Sister.