ISIS CRISIS: Let the Jawbone of a Donkey Execute a Thousand Evil Men

By Yakov Levi, http://SolomonsPorch.TV

ISIS CRISIS in Iraq: Michael Savage interviews Walid Shoebat.  This video is a good thirty minute review.  What I really admired was that Walid Shoebat encourages the arming of the civilian Christians in Iraq for self-protection.  The apostate church leaders have been teaching Biblical doctrine out of balance and the sheep suffer the consequences all over the world; they fall prey to ruthless predators.  It is too bad that innocent children have to be seen be-headed in a bloody mess, wives taken from their husbands and raped, and others buried alive, tortured and grotesquely killed – all this without the slightest chance to fight back.  This is not about Christians but about all people who could suffer injustice and ruthless murder in the hands of vicious groups such as ISIS.  In this incident, the Yazidis have taken the spotlight.

Ancient Israel had one serious problem, there was an evil seed in the land – a cruel and vicious people.  This seed was to be destroyed by order of Yahuah Elohim (The LORD God).  However, Israel did not follow Elohim (God’s) instructions exactly as given.  Therefore, the ancient evil seed remained in the land and still exists today.  ISIS is, in part, the modern manifestation of the seed, the “thorn,” in the land.

The horrors inflicted upon people in the region of Iraq by ISIS has been hellish.  The Torah teaches justice, mercy, humility and compassion.  However, it also teaches to kill and destroy evil.  The dominant mode of operation for social justice taught in the Torah is the due process of justice in a court system.  However, when evil is so pervasive and blatant, no due process is needed.  The evil must be annihilated by the just and merciful.  Take no pleasure in having to destroy evil but it must be done.  The consequences of not doing so is seen all over the world.

The Biblical forefathers, Abraham, Moses, King David, King Solomon, the Judges, Sampson all knew this.  Let the jawbone of a donkey execute a thousand evil men.

In going to war, ancient Israel always had to be sure it was Yahuah Elohim’s will.  If it wasn’t, ancient Israel paid the price.  So when it becomes your decision to fight, be sure it is Yahuah Elohim’s will and the evil is pervasively blatant.

Have you sold your garment to buy a sword? I did 14 years ago.  Read Luke 22:35-36 NKJV:

“And He said to them, ‘When I sent you without money bag, knapsack, and sandals, did you lack anything?’ So they said, ‘Nothing.’ Then He said to them, ‘But now, he who has a money bag, let him take it, and likewise a knapsack; and he who has no sword, let him sell his garment and buy one.’”

This is a warning about the Great Tribulation and preparing for it. Have you ignored it? Are you aware of it? What if those Christians in foreign countries heeded this warning? Will they not have a better fighting chance when evil visits their home. Will evil not think twice before a beheading?

The donkey symbolizes the anointing of a prophet and that is why the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) inspired the use of the jawbone of a donkey.  A donkey, when placed with a flock, will protect the flock by killing the wolves with a strong kick if the flock is attacked.  A true prophet uses his jawbone to speak truth of the Torah in order to protect the sheep.

I have hopes for the Greater Exodus to escape the Great Tribulation.  But the Scriptures are clear about certain warnings.  Arm yourselves as our ancient forefathers did.  Gather yourselves into organized communities where justice, mercy, compassion and humility prevails but yet are strong to fight and defend those principles.  George Washington and the other Founding Fathers knew this.  George Washington was an anointed man of Yahuah Elohim (read the Harbinger by Jonathan Cahn).

Yakov Levi, http://SolomonsPorch.TV

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