The Kippah or Yarmulke Violates Torah


It is true that the Greeks wore the skullcap long before the Jews. It is also true that the Greeks forced the Jews to wear the skullcap as recorded in 2 Maccabees 4:12. The Greek skullcap was called a pilo or pileus which means felt. The Romans also adopted this Greek custom of wearing the skullcap and called theirs a pilleus or pilleum. The whole point of 2 Samuel 15:30, 2 Samuel 19:4, and Esther 6:12 is that in the Old Testament a covering was used during a time of mourning and not “in submission to G-d.”

Also, according to the Old Testament, the covering of the head is a sign of shame, not “submission to G-d.”  Jeremiah 14:3 And their nobles have sent their little ones to the waters: they came to the pits, and found no water; they returned with their vessels empty; they were ashamed and confounded, and covered their heads. 4 Because the ground is chapt, for there was no rain in the earth, the plowmen were ashamed, they covered their heads.

Also, the New Testament instructs us not to cover our heads because it dishonors Messiah. 1 Corinthians 11:4 Every man praying or prophesying, having his head covered, dishonors his head. 1 Corinthians 11:7 For a man indeed ought not to cover his head, forasmuch as he is the image and glory of God: but the woman is the glory of the man.

The Torah instructs us that only the sons of Aaron are to wear any type of head covering and only for temple service. Exodus 28:40 And for Aaron’s sons thou shalt make coats, and thou shalt make for them girdles, and bonnets shalt thou make for them, for glory and for beauty. Exodus 29:9 And thou shalt gird them with girdles, Aaron and his sons, and put the bonnets on them: and the priest’s office shall be theirs for a perpetual statute: and thou shalt consecrate Aaron and his sons. Leviticus 8:13 And Moses brought Aaron’s sons, and put coats upon them, and girded them with girdles, and put bonnets upon them; as the Lord commanded Moses. Leviticus 6:11 And he shall put off his garments, and put on other garments, and carry forth the ashes without the camp unto a clean place. Leviticus 16:23 And Aaron shall come into the tabernacle of the congregation, and shall put off the linen garments, which he put on when he went into the holy place, and shall leave them there.

Here is what the Jewish authorities say about the Kippah:

Rabbi David Frankel, Rabbi David Golinkin, Rabbi David Lazar, Rabbi Simchah Roth, Rabbi Yisrael Warman, & Rabbi Michael Graetz answered this question: Question: Are men obligated to wear a kippah all the time or only while praying? Responsum:
“There is no Talmudic basis for forbidding a man to walk around bareheaded. In the period of the Mishnah and the Talmud, wearing a head covering was only a custom of piety observed by some of the SAGES IN BABYLON, particularly after marriage. After the Talmudic period, authorities differed greatly in their decisions about wearing a head covering and were influenced by the customs of their country and by the conditions of their time. In our day, wearing a kippah is primarily a symbol of Jewish identity. As such, it is undoubtedly good and advisable for a man or a boy to wear a kippah even when he is not praying. On the other hand, it is clear that whoever does not adopt this custom does not commit any transgression.
There is also no Talmudic requirement for men to cover their heads when praying or reciting God’s name. The obligation to cover the head during prayer BEGAN IN BABYLON in the Geonic period and was restricted to the leader in prayer, to the reader of the Torah and to the Cohanim blessing the community. It seems that this custom was PARTICULAR TO BABYLON, while in Israel men were still praying bareheaded.”

Also, Ariela Pelaia is a professional Jewish Educator with masters degrees in Jewish Studies and Jewish Education. Ariela has bachelors degrees in Psychology and Religion from Wellesley College, a master’s degree in Jewish Studies from Columbia University and a master’s degree in Jewish Education from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Here is what this Jewish scholar says about the kippah: “Ultimately the decision about whether or not to wear a kippah comes down to personal choice and the customs of the community an individual belongs to. Religiously speaking, wearing kippot is not obligatory and there are many Jewish men who do not wear them at all. Wearing a kippah is not a religious commandment. Rather it is a Jewish custom that over time has come to be associated with Jewish identity and showing respect for God. In Orthodox and Conservative circles covering one’s head is seen as a sign of yirat Shamayim, which means “reverence for God” in Hebrew. This concept comes from the Talmud, where wearing a head covering is associated with showing respect for God and for men of higher social status. Some scholars also cite the Middle Age custom of covering one’s head in the presence of royalty. Since God is the “King of Kings” it made sense to also cover one’s head during prayer or religious services, when one hopes to approach the Divine through worship.”

Further, The Second Jewish Book of Why, by Rabbi Alfred J. Kolatch informs us, “There are no regulations in the Bible that require men keep their heads covered. The Bible does not even require headcoverings for men entering the sanctuary or participating in a religious rite or service. Only Priests were required to wear headgear (Exodus 28:4), and this when officiating at the Temple altar or when performing other priestly functions” (p.49). “In Palestine, a person in mourning generally followed the ancient custom of covering the head, but the Talmud indicates that those who came to comfort him and to recite prayers before him did not cover their heads. The minor Talmudic tractate Seforim, which was composed in Palestine, clearly states that a man with uncovered head may serve as the Torah Reader and may lead the congregation in reciting the Shema, something not permitted in BABYLONIAN synagogues” (p.49-50). “It is clear that according to Jewish law that there is no compelling reason for Jews to wear a headcovering. Nonetheless, for the reasons indicated above the BABYLONIAN CUSTOM of keeping one’s head covered not only during prayer but at all times became accepted by all traditional Jews” (page 51).

It is a violation of Torah to add to YHVH’s Laws. Deuteronomy 4:2 Ye shall not add unto the word which I command you, neither shall ye diminish ought from it, that ye may keep the commandments of the Lord your God which I command you. Deuteronomy 12:32 What thing so ever I command you, observe to do it: thou shalt not add thereto, nor diminish from it.

In conclusion, there is no command for the children of Israel to wear a kippah.  It is a violation of Deut. 4:2 and Deut. 12:32 to teach that the children of Israel must wear a kippah “in submission to G-d.”



If one were to compare the Book of Jonah with the narrative of what happened to the Messiah Yahshua, then one can understand exactly what the Messiah meant by the 3 Days & 3 Nights scenario:

Jonah 1:17

Now the Lord had prepared a great fish to swallow up Jonah. And Jonah was in the belly of the fish three days and three nights.

Matthew 12:40

For as Jonah was three days and three nights in the whale’s belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.

Jonah 2:1-2

Then Jonah PRAYED unto the Lord his God out of the fish’s belly, And said, I cried by reason of mine affliction unto the Lord, and he heard me; out of the belly of hell cried I, and thou heard my voice.

Matthew 26:39(Night #1)

And he went a little farther, and fell on his face, and PRAYED, saying, O my Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me: nevertheless not as I will, but as thou wilt.

Jonah 2:3 For thou had cast me into the deep, in the midst of the seas; and the floods compassed me about: all thy billows and thy waves passed over me.

Matthew 26:47(Night #1)

And while he yet spoke, lo, Judas, one of the twelve, came, and with him a great multitude with swords and staves, from the chief priests and elders of the people.

Jonah 2:4 Then I said, I am cast out of thy sight; yet I will look again toward thy holy temple.

Matthew 26:57(Night #1)

And they that had laid hold on Jesus led him away to Caiaphas the high priest, where the scribes and the elders were assembled.

Jonah 2:5 The waters compassed me about, even to the soul

Matthew 26:67(Day #1)

Then did they spit in his face, and buffeted him; and others smote him with the palms of their hands,68 Saying, Prophesy unto us, thou Christ, Who is he that smote thee?

Jonah 2:5 : the depth closed me round about, THE WEEDS WERE WRAPPED ABOUT MY HEAD.

Matthew 27:29(Day #1)

And when they had platted a CROWN OF THORNS, THEY PUT IT UPON HIS HEAD, and a reed in his right hand: and they bowed the knee before him, and mocked him, saying, Hail, King of the Jews!

Jonah 2:6 I went down to the bottoms of the mountains;

Matthew 27:33(Day #1)

And when they were come unto a place called Golgotha, that is to say, a place of a skull…

Jonah 2:6  the earth with her bars(Hebrew word also means FUGITIVES) was about me for ever:

Matthew 27:38(Day #1)

Then were there two THIEVES crucified with him, one on the right hand, and another on the left.

Jonah 2:7 When MY SOUL FAINTED within me I remembered the Lord: and my prayer came in unto thee, into your holy TEMPLE.

Matthew 27:50(Day #1)

Jesus, when he had cried again with a loud voice, YIELDED UP THE SPIRIT.

51 And, behold, the veil of the TEMPLE was rent in twain from the top to the bottom; and the earth did quake, and the rocks rent;

Jonah 2:8 They that observe lying vanities FORSAKE THEIR OWN MERCY.

Matthew 27:41(Day #1)

Likewise also the chief priests MOCKING HIM, with the scribes and elders, said, 42 He saved others; himself he cannot save. If he be the King of Israel, let him now come down from the cross, and we will believe him. 43 He trusted in God; let him deliver him now, if he will have him: for he said, I am the Son of God.

Jonah 2:9 But I will sacrifice unto thee with the voice of thanksgiving; I WILL PAY THAT THAT I HAVE VOWED.  Salvation is of the Lord.

Matthew 27:46(Day #1)

And about the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice, saying, Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? that is to say, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?

Psalm 22:25 My praise shall be of thee in the great congregation: I WILL PAY MY VOWS before them that fear him.

Jonah 2:6  yet hast thou brought up my LIFE FROM CORRUPTION, O Lord my God.

Jonah 2:10 And the Lord spoke unto the fish, and it vomited out Jonah upon the dry land.

Friday Night was Night #2, when he was in the tomb.

Saturday Day was Day #2.  He was still in the tomb resting on the Sabbath.

Saturday Night was Night #3.  He was still in the tomb.

Matthew 28:2(Day #3)

And, behold, there was a great earthquake: for the angel of the Lord descended from heaven, and came and rolled back the stone from the door, and sat upon it…6 He is not here: for he is risen, as he said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay.7 And go quickly, and tell his disciples that he is RISEN FROM THE DEAD; and, behold, he goes before you into Galilee; there shall ye see him: lo, I have told you.

We are told over and over that the third day would be the resurrection:

Matthew 16:21

From that time forth began Jesus to shew unto his disciples, how that he must go unto Jerusalem, and suffer many things of the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and be raised again the third day.
Matthew 17:22-23

22 And while they abode in Galilee, Jesus said unto them, The Son of man shall be betrayed into the hands of men:

23 And they shall kill him, and the third day he shall be raised again. And they were exceeding sorry.

Matthew 20:18-19

18 Behold, we go up to Jerusalem; and the Son of man shall be betrayed unto the chief priests and unto the scribes, and they shall condemn him to death,

19 And shall deliver him to the Gentiles to mock, and to scourge, and to crucify him: and the third day he shall rise again.

Mark 9:31

For he taught his disciples, and said unto them, The Son of man is delivered into the hands of men, and they shall kill him; and after that he is killed, he shall rise the third day.
Mark 10:33-34

33 Saying, Behold, we go up to Jerusalem; and the Son of man shall be delivered unto the chief priests, and unto the scribes; and they shall condemn him to death, and shall deliver him to the Gentiles:

34 And they shall mock him, and shall scourge him, and shall spit upon him, and shall kill him: and the third day he shall rise again.

Luke 9:22

Saying, The Son of man must suffer many things, and be rejected of the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be slain, and be raised the third day.
Luke 18:31-3331 Then he took unto him the twelve, and said unto them, Behold, we go up to Jerusalem, and all things that are written by the prophets concerning the Son of man shall be accomplished.32 For he shall be delivered unto the Gentiles, and shall be mocked, and spitefully entreated, and spitted on:

33 And they shall scourge him, and put him to death: and the third day he shall rise again.

The Messiah told us plainly that he would be resurrected on the third day.  If he were to spend 72 hours in the tomb, then he would have been resurrected on the fourth day.

Therefore, since we know the third day was the resurrection day, then all we have to do is count backwards the remaining two days and three nights in order to understand when the count began.


Rabbi Judah ben Samuel’s Jubilee Prophecy


Has everyone heard of this famous Jewish Rabbi?

Rabbi Judah ben Samuel prophesied the following, “When the Ottomans (Turks) – who were already a power to be reckoned with on the Bosporus in the time of Judah Ben Samuel – conquer Jerusalem they will rule over Jerusalem for eight jubilees. Afterwards Jerusalem will become no-man’s land for one jubilee, and then in the ninth jubilee it will once again come back into the possession of the Jewish nation –which would signify the beginning of the Messianic end time.”

Everyone knows that the Ottoman Turks ruled over Jerusalem for exactly 400 years from 1517-1917.(8×50=400)

Everyone knows that General Allenby took Jerusalem in 1917.

Everyone also knows that after the 6-Day War that Israel took all of Jerusalem in 1967 which was exactly 50 years after General Allenby took it.(1×50=50)

So, according to Rabbi Judah ben Samuel, the begining of the Messianic end time started in 1967.

Here is the article to go read more about this amazing prophecy:

Biblical Chronology and the End of the Age


Chronology of the Bible by John VonDrashek

Counting Time from the Beginning of the World until 2011C.E.

Isaiah 46

9Remember the former things of old: for I am Elohim, and there is none else; I am Elohim, and there is none like me,

10Declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are not yet done, saying, My counsel shall stand, and I will do all my pleasure.

Proverbs 25:2
It is the glory of Elohim to conceal a thing: but the honor of kings is to search out a matter.

Daniel 12

9And He said, Go thy way, Daniel: for the words are closed up and sealed till the time of the end.

10Many shall be purified, and made white, and tried; but the wicked shall do wickedly: and none of the wicked shall understand; but the wise shall understand.

Daniel 2

20Daniel answered and said, Blessed be the name of Elohim forever and ever: for wisdom and might are his:

21And he changes the times and the seasons: he removes kings, and sets up kings: he gives wisdom unto the wise, and knowledge to them that know understanding:

22He reveals the deep and secret things: he knows what is in the darkness, and the light dwells with him.

Psalm 111:10
The fear of the Yahweh is the beginning of wisdom: a good understanding have all they that do his commandments: his praise endures forever.

Genesis 5

3And Adam lived 130 years and begat Seth:

6And Seth lived 105 years and begat Enos:

9And Enos lived 90 years and begat Cainan:

12And Cainan lived 70 years and begat Mahalaleel:

15And Mahalaleel lived 65 years, and begat Jared:

18And Jared lived 162 years and he begat Enoch:

21And Enoch lived 65 years and begat Methuselah:

25And Methuselah lived 187 years and begat Lamech.

28And Lamech lived 182 years and begat Noah

Genesis 7:6  And Noah was 600 years old when the flood of waters was upon the earth.

Total years from creation until flood is 1656.

Genesis 11

10Shem begat Arphaxad 2 years after the flood:

12And Arphaxad lived 35 years and begat Salah:

14And Salah lived 30 years and begat Eber:

16And Eber lived 34 years and begat Peleg:

18And Peleg lived 30 years and begat Reu:

20And Reu lived 32 years and begat Serug:

22And Serug lived 30 years and begat Nahor:

24And Nahor lived 29 years and begat Terah:

32And the days of Terah were 205 years: and Terah died in Haran.Genesis 12:4 So Abram departed, as Yahweh had spoken unto him; and Lot went with him: and Abram was 75 years old when he departed out of Haran.

Genesis 21

5And Abraham was 100 years old when his son Isaac was born unto him.

Total years from creation until Isaac is born 2108.

Genesis 15

13And He said unto Abram, know for sure that your seed shall be a stranger in a land that is not theirs, and shall serve them; and they shall afflict them 400 years.

Genesis 25

26And after that came his brother out, and his hand took hold on Esau’s heel; and his name was called Jacob: and Isaac was 60 years old when she bare them.

Genesis 47

1Then Joseph came and told Pharaoh, and said, My father and my brethren, and their flocks, and their herds, and all that they have, are come out of the land of Canaan; and, behold, they are in the land of Goshen.

8And Pharaoh said unto Jacob, How old art thou?

9And Jacob said unto Pharaoh, The days of the years of my pilgrimage are 130 years.

Total years israelites sojourn in canaan  60 + 130 = 190.Total years from creation until israel enters egypt 2298.

Genesis 15

13And He said unto Abram, know for sure that your seed shall be a stranger in a land that is not theirs, and shall serve them; and they shall afflict them 400 years.

Exodus 12

40Now the sojourning of the children of Israel, who dwelt in Egypt, was 430 years.

41And it came to pass at the end of the 430 years, even the selfsame day it came to pass, that all the hosts of the LORD went out from the land of Egypt.

Total years sojourn of abram’s seed is 190 in canaan + 210 in egypt = years sojourn of children of israel including abram  before his seed was born is 400 + 25(Abram in Canaan) + 5(Abram in Harran) = 430.  total years from creation until exodus is 2508.

1 Kings 6

1And it came to pass in the 480th year after the children of Israel were come out of the land of Egypt, in the 4th year of Solomon’s reign over Israel, in the month Zif, which is the second month, that he began to build the house of Yahweh.

Total years from creation until temple started 2987.

1 Kings 11:42 Solomon reigned in Jerusalem 40 years.

1 Kings 14:21 Rehoboam reigned 17 years in Jerusalem.

1 Kings 15:1-2 Abijam 3 years reigned he in Jerusalem.

1 Kings 15:9-10 Asa  41 years reigned he in Jerusalem.

1 Kings 22:42 Jehoshaphat reigned 25 years in Jerusalem.

2 Kings 8:16-26 Jehoram reigned 8 years in Jerusalem.

Ahaziah reigned 1 year in Jerusalem.

2 Kings 11:1 Athaliah 6 years did reign over the land.

2 Kings 12:1 Jehoash began to reign 40 years in Jerusalem.

2 Kings 14:1-2 Amaziah reigned 29 years in Jerusalem.

2 Kings 15:1-33 Azariah reigned 52 years in Jerusalem.

Jotham reigned 16 years in Jerusalem.

2 Kings 16:1-2  Ahaz reigned 16 years in Jerusalem.

2 Kings 18:1-2 Hezekiah reigned 29 years in Jerusalem.

2 Kings 21:1-19 Manasseh reigned 55 years in Jerusalem.

Amon reigned 2 years in Jerusalem.

2 Kings 22:1 Josiah reigned 31 years in Jerusalem.

Jehoiakim reigned 11 years in Jerusalem.

Zedekiah reigned 11 years in Jerusalem.

Total years from Solomon until Zedekiah is 420.

2 Kings

8And in the 19th year of king Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon, came Nebuzaradan,

9And he burnt the house of Yahweh.

Total years from creation until temple burned 3405.

The temple was burned in 586 b.c.e., making the year of creation 3991 b.c.e.

Some important dates in history:

Creation 3991 B.C.E.

Enoch translated to heaven 3004 B.C.E.

Noah’s Flood 2335 B.C.E.

Tower of Babel 2234 B.C.E.

Exodus 1483 B.C.E.

Solomon starts Temple 1004 B.C.E.

Nebuchadnezar Burns Temple 586 B.C.E.

Year 6000 = 2010 C.E.

Biblical chronology records that  Enoch was translated to heaven in 3004 B.C.E.

The ancient Sanskrit writings of the Hindus in India record that Krishna ascended to heaven in 3102 B.C.E.

The ancient Mayans start their calendar in 3114 B.C.E.  This is just 12 years from the year that the Hindus have Krishna ascend to heaven.

Biblical chronology records that  Enoch was translated to heaven in 3004 B.C.E.

The ancient Chinese date the Great Flood to 2357BCE during the time of Yao.

Lieh  Zi, a Taoist who lived in the 5th century BCE; tells of an ancient Chinese  legend of one named Nuwa who repaired the heavens after a great flood.

Biblical chronology has Noah’s Flood at 2335 B.C.E.

Alexander the Great captured Babylon in 331 B.C.E.

The Chaldean priests showed Alexander all their astronomical records going back to the founding of Babylon.

The records went back 1903 years.

331 B.C.E. + 1903 years = 2234 B.C.E. for the founding of Babylon.

Biblical chronology  records the Tower of Babel in 2234 B.C.E.(The Exact Date)

Rome conquered King Philip of Macedonia in 197 B.C.E.

Ancient Roman historians record that from the time of Ninus (Nimrod) until King Philip conquered was 1995 years.

197 B.C.E. + 1995 years = 2192 B.C.E.

Nimrod co-reigned 62 years with his father Cush.

2192 B.C.E. + 62 years = 2254 B.C.E.

Biblical chronology has the Tower of Babel 2234 B.C.E.

The ancient Chinese record that their first king Shun (Nimrod) was the son of Cush.  They record the start of his reign as 2254 B.C.E.

Biblical chronology records the tower of babel as  2234 B.C.E.

Biblical chronology records the Year 6000 as the year 2010 C.E.-2011C.E.

The ancient Mayans record that the current age of this world ends in 2012 C.E.

Therefore since the last Mayan year ends on December 21, 2012C.E., then this means it began on December 21, 2011C.E.(2011-2012 is the year 6001 on the Biblical calendar)

Therefore, we can conclude that the Mayans were trying to predict the beginning of the 7th millenium when the Messiah would return and set-up his kingdom here on Earth.

The Los Lunas Decalogue Stone


The Los Lunas Decalogue Stone

Israelites from the time of Solomon were wandering about America 2500 years before Columbus discovered it for himself.  This is found in the Scriptures where King Solomon sent out his ships around the world for 3 years at a time.


1 Kings 10

21 All King Solomon’s goblets were gold, and all the household articles in the Palace of the Forest of Lebanon were pure gold. Nothing was made of silver, because silver was considered of little value in Solomon’s days. 22 The king had a fleet of trading ships at sea along with the ships of Hiram. Once every three years it returned, carrying gold, silver and ivory, and apes and baboons.


The stone inscription is carved in ancient Paleo-Hebrew letters. These are almost identical in shape and font-style with Phoenician characters. Each line in the message is to be read from right to left. In the Hebrew written language there are no vowels. It only uses consonants.

Each statement is separated from the next one by a dot sign. This separation style is not uncommon for old Hebrew or Phoenician inscriptions. E.g. the Middle Eastern Moabite Stone (9th century B.C.E.) follows a similar pattern using dot separators between words.

The Los Lunas inscription starts with the top line, continues on the 3rd line, goes back into the 2nd line (that one was inserted later, hence the smaller line spacing), it then goes on with the left half of the 3rd line and continues all the way down to the last line.

A detailed interlinear translation, which has been compiled from a careful drawing of the Los Lunas inscription, and can be studied below:

Los Lunas Decalogue

Here is a modern-day English translation of the Los Lunas Decalogue:

I am Yahweh your Elohin who has taken you out of the land of Egypt, from the house of slaves. There must be no other elohim before my face. You must not make any idol. You must not take the name of Yahweh in vain. Remember the sabbath day and keep it holy. Honour your father and your mother so that your days may be long in the land that Yahweh your Elohim has given to you. You must not murder. You must not commit adultery. You must not steal. You must not give a false witness against your neighbour. You must not desire the wife of your neighbour nor anything that is his.


According to Wikipedia:

“The Los Lunas Decalogue Stone is a large boulder on the side of Hidden Mountain, near Los Lunas, New Mexico, about 35 miles south of Albuquerque, that bears a very regular inscription carved into a flat panel.  The stone is also known as the Los Lunas Mystery Stone or Commandment Rock. The inscription is interpreted to be an abridged version of the Decalogue or Ten Commandments in a form of Paleo-Hebrew.  A letter group resembling the tetragrammaton YHWH, or “Yahweh,” makes three appearances. The stone is controversial in that some claim the inscription is Pre-Columbian, and therefore proof of early Semitic contact with the Americas.

The first recorded mention of the stone is in 1933, when the late professor Frank Hibben (1910-2002), an archaeologist from the University of New Mexico, saw it.  According to a 1996 interview, Hibben was “convinced the inscription is ancient and thus authentic. He report[ed] that he first saw the text in 1933. At the time it was covered with lichen and patination and was hardly visible. He was taken to the site by a guide who had seen it as a boy, back in the 1880s.”


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How to Prepare a Passover Lamb


How to Prepare a Lamb for Passover

Things you will need to prepare and roast your lamb:

40 lb. lamb

2 Carving Knives and Forks

Tongs- Long and Strong

Meat Thermometer- 160-170 degrees when done

Basting Brush

Aluminum foil to wrap legs so they won’t burn

Paper Towels

4 Big Bags of Charcoal Pecan or Fruit Wood

Big Trash Bags for Table Cover and Clean-Up

Fireproof Gloves

Wire and Wire Cutters

Matches, Fuel, Smoke Wood, Etc.

Large Roast Pan with Handles to catch vegetables and Juice

Extension Cord for Motor

Plastic, Duct Tape, and 5 bags of Ice to Transport Lamb

Grill, 6 foot Spit, Motor, 2 Spit Supports about 2 foot tall

Hammer, Screwdrivers, Socket Wrench Set, and Pliers

Big Sharp Sturdy Shears or Scissors

Big Strong Disposable Plates

Shovel, Rake, Trowel for Coals

Sand to Put Down Under Coals

Plastic Pitcher to Mix Thick Gravy to Soak and rub Lamb( Lemon Juice, 2 Garlic Minced Heads, 1 Bunch Rosemary, 1 Bunch Chives,  1 Bunch Parsley, 1 Chopped Onion, Oregano, Basil, Red Wine, Balsamic Vinegar, Olive Oil)  Do This Hours Before Cooking.

2 Cups Kosher Sea Salt with Fresh Ground Pepper and 1 head Minced Garlic

5 halved Lemons, 4 Garlic Heads, Onions, Etc. to Sew inside Belly

Big Needle and Thick Cotton Thread

4 Four Inch Metal Skewers to truss stomach

How to prepare and roast your Passover lamb:

1)  You will need a 6 foot spit and 2 foot high holders on each side.

2)  Hours before cooking the lamb, rub it inside and out with sea salt, pepper, parsley, rosemary, garlic, onion, olive oil, lemon, oregano, basil, red wine, and balsamic vinegar.(modify to your liking)

3)  Put the spit through the mouth, stomach, and back end next to spine.

4)  Using two “U” clamps or passing two wires around the skewer and exiting the back of the lamb prevents the lamb from spinning during turning.

5)  Use twine to tightly tie the lamb to the spit so it will stay on and not spin.

6)  Tie up both the front and back legs forward so they don’t droop in the fire.

7)  Make 2 piles of coals 1/3 under shoulders and 2/3 under the rear.

8)  Let coals cook for 1 hour before starting to roast lamb.

9)  Place fire coals in back of fire pit and lamb and spit in front of it with a pan underneath to catch the juices.

10)  It takes 3-4 hours to roast a lamb.

11)  Add more coals to fire about every 15 minutes or so.

12)  Also, use a little bit of water soaked smoke wood every 15 minutes.

13)  Baste lamb with olive oil every half hour.

14)  Drain the stomach juice before taking off the spit.

15)  Let lamb rest for 15 minutes before carving.

Put Clean Shower Curtain on Table and Carve.

2013-2015: The Year of War for Israel?


Four Lunar Eclipses: Tetrads

Passover – April 15, 2014
Tabernacles (Sukkot) – Oct 8, 2014
Passover – April 4, 2015
Tabernacles (Sukkot) – Sept 28, 2015

Total Solar Eclipses

Nisan 1, 2015 – Mar 21
Tishri 1, 2015 – Sept 14, Rosh Hashanah

When four consecutive lunar eclipses are all total eclipses, the group is known as a tetrad.

We have had blood-red moons on the first day of Passover and the first day of Sukkot on back-to-back years seven times since 1 A.D.

Three of these occurrences were connected to:

1492 -the Spanish Inquisition & the discovery of the New World

1948 -Israel’s War of Independence & the statehood for Israel

1967 -the Six-Day War & Israel’s gaining the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, the Sinai Peninsula, East Jerusalem, and the Golan Heights

Three sets of blood-red moons that corresponded to significant events:

The Spanish Inquisition — 1492

* Passover, April 2, 1493
* Sukkoth, Sept. 25, 1493
* Passover, March 22, 1494
* Sukkoth, Sept. 15, 1494

The War of Independence — 1948

* Passover, April 13, 1949
* Sukkoth, Oct. 7, 1949
* Passover, April 2, 1950
* Sukkoth, Sept. 26, 1950

The Six-Day War — 1967

* First Day of Passover, April 24, 1967
* First Day of Sukkoth, Oct. 18, 1967
* First Day of Passover. April 13, 1968
* First Day of Sukkoth, Oct. 6, 1968

What will occur in the 2013–2015 time period?

* First Day of Passover, April 15, 2014
* First Day of Sukkoth, Oct. 8, 2014
* First Day of Passover, April 4, 2015
* First Day of Sukkoth, Sept. 28, 2015

Fall Feasts in 2015

* Rosh Hashanah (The Feast of Trumpets), Sept. 14
* Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement), Sept. 23
* Sukkoth (The Feast of Tabernacles), Sept. 28

The other blood-red moons on the first day of Passover and the first day of Sukkot  were in 162/163 A.D., 795/796 A.D., 842/843 A.D. and 860/861 A.D.

We don’t have any historical connections for these years at this time, but we do know of significant Jewish persecution during the eighth and ninth centuries.

In all eight examples, the eclipses have fallen or will fall on the first day of Passover and Sukkot.

The eighth occurrence of back-to-back, blood-red moons will be in 2014–2015.


The Lunar eclipses break down as follows:

Passover April 15, 2014

Feast of Tabernacles October 8, 2014

Passover April 4, 2015

Feast of Tabernacles September 28, 2015


The two Solar eclipses connected with Jewish Holy Days in 2014-2015 occur:

Adar 29/Nisan 1(new year) March 20, 2015

Feast of Trumpets September 13, 2015


The real shocker is that this phenomenon is extremely rare, for this pattern of eclipses to fall on both Passover and Sukkot in two years in a row, and for a solar eclipse to occur on important Holy Days in the same year (2015).


This intriguing, incredible discovery comes from Mark Biltz, pastor of El Shaddai Ministries, in Bonner Lake, Washington.  Biltz was intrigued with the statement in the Scriptures that connect the second coming of the Messiah with “signs in the heavens,” particularly the signs that “the sun will be turned into darkness and the moon into blood” before the return of the Messiah.  He went on the internet, to the U.S. Government NASA website to see if there were any significant eclipses of the sun and moon during the next few years. To his surprise, he discovered four lunar eclipses in the year 2014/2015, and was intrigued by the fact that they occurred on Jewish annual Holy Days!


Writing about the amazing discovery in the May 2008 issue of Prophecy in the News, J. R. Church declares, “This is most unusual. It is a rare occurrence for four lunar cycles on successive Passover and the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot) observances. It will not happen again for hundreds of years.”


Says J. R. Church, in a letter accompanying the magazine issue, “Four lunar eclipses occurring on the Feast of Tabernacles and Passover in two successive years are phenomenal. But add to them two solar eclipses on the two days that open the Jewish year – Adar 29/Nisan1, just two weeks before Passover, and Tishri 1 (Rosh Hashannah) – is uncanny. On each of these six Jewish Holy Days, the sun will be darkened and the moon will not give her light. Will this happen again in the 21st century? No. Did it happen in the 20th century? Yes, in 1949/1950, the year following Israel’s statehood, and 1967/1968, the year Jerusalem was liberated in the Six-Day War! Before that, you have to go back to 1493 for four successive lunar eclipses on Passover and the Feast of Tabernacles” (May 2008 letter).


In summary, it seems that each time there is to be blood-red moons on the first day of Passover and the first day of Sukkot on back-to-back years, then Israel or the Jews have to go through some kind of tribulation, be it persecution or war.  But the good news is that they seem to be victorious in the end and gain more land or territory as a result.


So, if the historical pattern holds true for 2014-2015, then we can expect some kind of war for Israel and the Jews between 2013-2015, but they will be victorious in the end and gain more territory or land as a result.


Time will tell…..

Jewish/ Hebrew Calendar Month Names

Months images

Hebrew calendar – the calendar used by the Jews; dates from 3761 BC (the assumed date of the Creation of the world); a lunar year of 354 days is adjusted to the solar year of 365 days by periodic leap years.

lunisolar calendar – a calendar based on both lunar and solar cycles

Tishri – the first month of the civil year; the seventh month of the ecclesiastical year in the Jewish calendar (in September and October)

Heshvan – the second month of the civil year; the eighth month of the ecclesiastical year in the Jewish calendar (in October and November)

Chislev, Kislev- the third month of the civil year; the ninth month of the ecclesiastical year in the Jewish calendar (in November and December)

Tebet, Tevet – the fourth month of the civil year; the tenth month of the ecclesiastical year (in December and January)

Shebat, Shevat – the fifth month of the civil year: the eleventh month of the ecclesiastical year in the Jewish calendar (in January and February)

Adar – the sixth month of the civil year; the twelfth month of the ecclesiastic year in the Jewish calendar (in February and March)

Adar Sheni, Veadar – included seven times in every 19 years

Nisan, Nissan – the seventh month of the civil year; the first month of the ecclesiastic year (in March and April)

Iyar, Iyyar – the eighth month of the civil year; the second month of the ecclesiastical year (in April and May)

Sivan, Siwan – the ninth month of the civil year; the third month of the ecclesiastical year in the Jewish calendar (in May and June)

Tammuz, Thammuz – the tenth month of the civil year; the fourth month of the ecclesiastic year (in June and July)

Av, Ab – the eleventh month of the civil year; the fifth month of the ecclesiastical year in the Jewish calendar (in July and August)

Ellul, Elul – the twelfth month of the civil year; the sixth month of the ecclesiastical year in the Jewish calendar (in August and September)

A List of the Laws of Yahweh


Have you ever wanted to go through the Torah of Yahweh and pick out and list all the laws, commandments, statutes, judgments, words, testimonies, charge, covenant, etc.?  Well, I finally finished doing it for myself in a convenient form that can be read, studied, and applied to my daily life.  You are welcome to print off a copy for yourself to help you in your daily walk with our Heavenly Father Yahweh.

The rabbis have a tradition that there are 613 commandments.  This tradition comes from the Talmud where it notes that the Hebrew numerical value or gematria of the word Torah is 611.  They say that if you take Moses’s 611 commandments and add it with the first two of the Ten Commandments which were the only ones heard directly from God, it adds up to 613.

Many of the laws are repeated several times and so do not need to be counted more than once.  If you do a count of the laws, not including the ones for the Levitical Priesthood, then you come up with much less than 613.  Some of the laws overlap and are inclusive with other laws, so there are really less than 300.

I have attempted to codify them in a simple convenient manner and have broken them down into 210.

The Laws of Yahweh:

1)  Be fruitful, multiply, fill, subdue the earth and have dominion over every living thing.  Gen 1:28, Gen. 9:1, Gen. 9:7, Gen. 35:11

2)  Eat Herbs, Seeds, and Fruits.  Don’t eat the tree of knowledge of good and evil.  Gen. 1:29, Gen. 2:16-17, Gen. 3:18

3)  A man shall leave his father and mother and shall cleave unto his wife and they shall be one flesh.  Gen. 2:24

4)  Every moving thing that lives shall be meat for you; even as the green herb have I given you all things.  Gen. 9:3(Must be taken into context with commandments about which animals we may eat.)

5)  Do not eat blood.  Gen. 9:4, Deut.  12:16,  Deut. 12:23-25, Deut. 15:23, Lev. 7:26-27, Lev. 17:1-16

6)  Do not murder and the animal or man that murders shall be put to death.  Gen. 9:5-6, Exo. 20:13, Exo. 21:12-14, Exo. 21:28-32, Deut. 5:17, Lev. 24:17, Num. 35:16-21  Num. 35:30-31

7)  Walk before Yahweh and be perfect.  Gen. 17:1

8)  Keep the covenant of  circumcision and newborns get circumcised on the 8th day.  Gen. 17:9-27, Gen. 21:4, Exo. 4:24-26

9)  Command children and household to keep the way of Yahweh, to do justice and judgment.  Gen. 18:19

10)  Hear and obey the voice of Yahweh, keep His charge, commandments, statutes, righteousness, covenant, and laws.  Gen. 26:5, Exo. 15:26, Exo. 16:28, Exo. 19:5

11)  Make an altar unto Yahweh of earth or unhewn stone to sacrifice burnt offerings and peace offerings of sheep and oxen in all places He records His name there and do not build steps up to it.  Gen. 35:1, Exo. 20:24-26

12)  Take off your shoes when standing on holy ground.  Exo. 3:5

13)  Yahweh is name and memorial of Elohim forever unto all generations.  Exo. 3:15

14)  Abib is the first month of the year.  Exo. 12:1-2

15)  Keep Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread.  Exo. 12 & 13, Deut. 16:1-8, Exo. 23:15, Exo. 34:18, Lev. 23, Num. 9, Num.  28:16-31, Exo.  23:18, Exo. 34:25,

16)  Sanctify the firstborn of man and beast because they belong to YHWH.  Redeem the firstborn of an ass or man with a lamb.  Exo. 13:2, Exo. 13:11-16, Num.  8:17 Exo. 34:19-20

17)  Make preparations on the 6th day for the Sabbath including gathering, preparing, baking, and cooking.  Exo. 16:4-5, Exo. 16:22-23

18)  Keep the Sabbaths.  Exo. 16:23-30, Exo. 20:8-11, Exo. 23:12 Exo. 34:21, Deut. 5:12-15, Exo.31:12-17, Exo. 35:2, Lev. 19:1-3, Lev. 23, Num. 15:32-36, Lev. 26:1-3

19)  Be a kingdom of priests and a holy nation.  Exo. 19:6

20)  Be sanctified for 2 days and wash your clothes and set bounds before coming into the presence of Yahweh on the 3rd day.  Exo. 19:10-13

21)  Have no other Elohim before Yahweh nor go after them nor serve them nor worship them.  Exo. 20:1-3, Exo. 22:20, Deut. 5:7, Deut. 6:14-15, Deut. 7:16, Deut. 8:19, Deut. 11:16, Deut. 28:14, Deut. 17:2-7

22)  Do not make any graven or molten image or idols or any likeness of anything in heaven, earth, or water.  Do not bow down to them nor serve them.  For Yahweh is a jealous Elohim and visits the iniquity to the 3rd & 4th generation of those that hate Him, but shows mercy to those that love Him and keep His commandments.  Exo. 20:4-6, Exo. 20:23, Deut. 5:8-10, Exo. 34:17, Deut.  27:15, Deut. 4:16-18  Deut. 4:23  Deut. 4:25-28, Lev. 19:4, Lev. 26:1-3

23)  Do not take the name of Yahweh Elohim in vain.  Exo. 20:7, Deut.  5:11

24)  Fear & honor father and mother.  Do not dishonor them.  Exo. 20:12, Deut. 5:16, Deut. 27:16, Lev. 19:1-3

25)  Do not commit adultery.  Exo. 20:14, Deut. 5:18, Num. 5:11-31, Deut. 22:22-24

26)  Do not steal and make restitution if you do.  Exo. 20:15, Exo. 22:1-5, Deut. 5:19

27)  Do not bear false witness nor twist judgment.  Exo. 20:16, Exo. 23:1-3, Exo. 23:6-8, Deut. 5:20

28)  Do not covet.  Exo. 20:17, Deut. 5:21

29)  Judgments of masters and servants.  Exo. 21:1-11, Exo. 21:20-21, Exo. 21:26-27

30)  Do not smite parents or neighbors (pay for loss and medical bills if you do).  Exo. 21:15, Exo. 21:18-19, Deut. 27:24

31)  Do not kidnap.  Exo.  21:16, Deut. 24:7

32)  Do not curse parents.  Exo.  21:17

33)  Judgment if you hurt a pregnant woman or her child.  Exo. 21:22-25

34)  Judgment if a man open a pit and an animal dies, then he shall pay damages.  Exo. 21:33-34

35)  Judgment if a man’s ox hurts another ox, then he shall pay damages.  Exo. 21:35-36

36)  If you burn another man’s property, then make restitution.  Exo. 22:6

37)  Respect your neighbor’s property and make restitution if need be.  Exo. 22:7-15

38)  Do not commit fornication and make restitution if need be.  Exo. 22:16-17

39)  Do not suffer a witch.  Exo. 22:18

40)  Do not oppress a stranger, widow, or orphan.  Exo. 22:21-24, Exo. 23:9

41)  Do not lay usury upon Yahweh’s people, only strangers.  Exo. 22:25, Deut.  23:19-20

42)  If you take your neighbor’s clothes to pledge, then let him use them when the sun goes down.  Exo. 22:26-27

43)  Do not revile Elohim nor curse the ruler of your people.  Exo. 22:28

44)  Do not delay to offer your first fruits and firstborn of your sons.  Exo. 22:29-30

45)  Do not eat any flesh torn of beasts.  Exo. 22:31

46)  Help your enemy’s animals.  Exo. 23:4-5

47)  Keep the Sabbatical year and Jubilee.  Exo. 23:10-11, Lev. 25, Deut. 15:1-2

48)  Do not mention the names of other elohim.  Exo. 23:13

49)  Keep the Feast of Harvest, Firstfruits of Wheat, and Feast of Weeks  Exo. 23:16, Exo. 34:22, Deut. 16:9-12, Lev. 23

50)  Keep the Feast of Trumpets, Day of Atonement, & Feast of Ingathering at year’s end or Feast of Tabernacles.  Exo. 23:16, Exo. 34:22, Deut. 16:13-15, Lev. 23, Num.  29

51)  The First of the Firstfruits bring to the Temple.  Exo.  23:19, Exo. 34:26

52)  Do not cook a kid in its mother’s milk.  Exo. 23:19, Exo. 34:26, Deut. 14:21

53)  Obey the angel I send before you and provoke him not.  Exo. 23:20-23

54)  Do not bow down or serve or worship or sacrifice to other elohim nor do the works of heathen, but overthrow & destroy them and break down their graven images and destroy their altars & high places, and cut down their groves.  Exo. 23:24, Exo. 34:13-15, Exo.  23:33, Deut. 29:18, Deut. 30:17 Deut. 12:2-3

55)  Serve Yahweh and He will bless you and take away sickness and nothing will have miscarriages and He will fulfill your days.  Exo. 23:25-26

56)  Make no covenant with the heathen or their elohim.  Exo. 23:32, 34:11-12, Exo. 34:15

57)  Bring offerings to Yahweh for His Temple-Gold, Silver, Skins, Olive Oil, Fine Linen.  Exo. 25, Exo. 35

58)  Make a Tabernacle for Yahweh.  Exo. 25-30, Exo. 40

59)  Give a half shekel offering to Yahweh whenever there is a census.  Exo. 30:11-16

60)  Do not use or make the Temple anointing oil for yourself.  Exo. 30:31-33

61)  Do not use or make the holy perfume of the Temple for yourself.  Exo. 30:34-38

62)  Do not eat food sacrificed to other elohim.  Exo. 34:15

63)  Do not intermarry with the heathen.  Exo. 34:16

64)  Kindle no fire in your homes on the Sabbath.  Exo. 35:3

65)  If any man bring an offering of the herd or flock, then bring a male without blemish to the door of the Tabernacle and lay his hands upon it for atonement and slay it.  Lev. 1:1-13

66)  If any man offer doves or pigeons, then bring it to the priests.  Lev. 1:14-17

67)  If any man offer a meat offering, then bring it to the priest.  Lev. 2

68)  If any man offer a peace offering, then bring it to the priest.  Lev. 3, Lev. 7:28-38

69)  If any man have a sin offering, then he shall bring it to the priest.  Lev. 4

70)  And if a soul sin, and hear the voice of swearing, and is a witness, whether he hath seen or known of it; if he do not utter it, then he shall bear his iniquity. Lev. 5:1

71)  Do not touch any unclean thing or dead carcass of animal or man .  Lev. 5:2-3, Lev. 11:24-31

72)  Do not swear and not fulfill your oath.  Lev. 5:4

73)  Confess your sins before Yahweh and bring a trespass offering unto Yahweh to the priest.  Lev. 5:5-13

74)  If a soul commit a trespass and sin through ignorance, then bring trespass offering to the priest.  Lev. 5:14-19

75)  Do not keep anything that belongs to your neighbor, but return it to your neighbor.

And if you took it by violence, deception, swearing falsely, or lying then add 1/5th to it.  Lev. 6:1-5

76)  Take your trespass offering to the priest.  Lev. 6:6-7

77)  Do not eat fat.  Lev. 7:22-25

78)  Eat only clean kosher animals.  Lev. 11:1-23, Lev. 11:41-47, Deut.  14:3-21

79)  Do not let a dead carcass of an unclean animal touch your dishes, clothes, stove, range, food, drink, seed, or things.  Lev. 11:32-37

80)  All earthen vessels touched by a dead carcass must be broken.  Lev. 11:33

81)  If a clean animal die and you touch it, you must wash clothes and you will be unclean until even.  Lev. 11:39

82)  After a woman gives birth to a boy, she is unclean 7 days and on 8th day circumcise boy.  The woman shall continue for 33 days in the blood of purification and shall not touch anything sacred.  Lev. 12:1-4

83)  If a woman gives birth to a girl, then she shall be unclean 2 weeks.  Afterwards, she shall be in the blood of her purification 66 days.  Lev. 12:5

84)  After her purification she shall bring a lamb for a burnt offering and a pigeon(or dove) for a sin offering to the priest.  Lev. 12:6-7  If she is not able to bring a lamb, then she may bring 2 pigeons or doves.  Lev. 12:8

85)  The laws of leprosy.  Lev. 13:1-59, Lev. 14:1-57, Deut. 24:8-9, Num. 5:1-4

86)  Laws of someone with a running or bloody issue.  Lev. 15:1-15, Num. 5:1-4

87)  If anyone touch man’s seed, then they wash and are unclean until even.  Lev. 15:16-18

88)  Laws of woman’s period.  Lev. 15:19-33

89)  Day of Atonement and the priestly duties.  Lev. 16:1-34, Lev. 23

90)  Only offer sacrifices to Yahweh at the Tabernacle.  Don’t offer sacrifices to devils.

Hunters are to bury the blood in the dirt.  Don’t eat anything that dies of itself or is torn by beasts, but if you do then wash clothes and bathe and be clean in the even.  Lev. 17:1-16

91)  Don’t do after Egypt or Canaan.  Walk in the judgments, ordinances, statutes of YHWH.  Lev. 18:1-5,Lev. 19:37

92)  Do not marry your father, mother, mother-in-law, stepmother, sister, half-sister, granddaughter, aunt, uncle, daughter-in-law, sister-in-law, no one in your wife’s family, neighbor’s wife, unclean woman,  or the same sex, or an animal.  Lev. 18:1-20, Lev. 18:22-30, Deut.  22:30, Deut. 27:20-23, Exo. 22:19

93)  Don’t pass your children through fire to Moloch.  Lev. 18:21

94)  Peace offerings are at your own will and may be eaten 2 days, but on third day burnt.  Lev. 19:5-8

95)  Don’t reap the corners of your field nor gather the gleanings of your harvest.  Lev. 19:9-10

96)  Do not steal, deceive, deal falsely, lie to each other, swear falsely, profane Yahweh’s name, defraud your neighbor, rob your neighbor, hold back wages, curse the deaf, trip the blind, do unrighteous judgment, respect persons, be a talebearer or gossip, stand against your neighbor, hate your brother, hold back rebuke from your neighbor so he sin, avenge or hold a grudge, let cattle gender with diverse kind, sow mingled seed, wear garment of linen and wool,  lie carnally with a woman, eat the fruit of a new tree for 3 years, eat blood, use enchantment, observe times, round the corners of head, mar the sides of beard, cut your flesh, tattoo yourself, prostitute yourself, break Sabbaths, seek familiar spirits, seek wizards, forget to stand before elders, vex strangers, nor have unrighteous judgment, have unfair balances, weights, and measures.  Lev. 19:11-37, Lev. 6:1-5

97)  Love your neighbor as yourself.  Keep Yahweh’s statutes.  Lev. 19:18-19

98)  Do not give seed to Moloch, seek familiar spirits or wizards, curse father or mother, commit adultery, lie with strange flesh of any kind, seek customs of the heathen, eat unclean animals.  Lev. 20:1-27

99)  Laws of acceptable sacrifices.  Lev. 22:17-33

100)  Laws of the Levites and priestly duties.  Lev. 24:1-9, Num. 18

101)  Do not curse or blaspheme the name of YHWH.  Lev. 24:10-16

102)  If you kill your neighbor’s animal, then you shall give him another one.  Lev. 24:18

103)  If you cause injury to your neighbor, then the same shall be done to you-eye for eye, tooth for tooth.  Lev. 24:19-23

104)   Reverence sanctuary, Lev. 26:1-3

105)  Laws of vows, sanctifying, redeeming, and tithes.  Lev. 27

106)  Quarantine those defiled by dead.  Num. 5:1-4

107)  Confess your sins,  add 1/5th to your trespass and restore it to the one you trespassed against.  Num. 5:5-8

108)  Laws of Nazarene.  Num. 6:1-21

109)  Do not complain, murmur, or speak evil against YHWH.  Num.  11, Num. 13, Num. 14, Num. 16, Num. 20, Num. 21

110)  Do not speak against a prophet of YHWH.  Num. 12, Num. 16

111)  Laws for offerings and sacrifices.  Num. 15:1-29

112)  Do not sin presumptuously or despise the word of YHWH.  Num. 15:30-31

113)  The Law of Blue Fringes or Tzit-Tzit.  Num. 15:37-41, Deut.  22:12

114)  Law of the ashes of the Red Heifer.  Num.  19:1-10

115)  Don’t touch a dead body or be unclean 7 days and must be purified.  Num. 19:11-22

116)  Do not learn or follow the ways of the heathen nor do their abominations.  Num. 25, Deut. 18:9

117)   Do not make a vow to YHWH unless you keep it.  Num. 30, Deut. 23:21-23

118)  Laws of War.  Num. 31

119)  Righteous Judgment.  Do not take a bribe.  Whip wicked 40 stripes.  Deut 1:16, Deut.  24:17-18, Deut. 27:19, Deut. 16:18-20, Deut. 25:1-3

120)  Don’t respect persons  Deut. 1:17, Deut. 16:18-20

121)  Obey, Observe, Learn, Keep, Teach, Hear, Fear, Walk In , Love and Do Yahweh’s Laws, Commandments, Statutes, Words, Testimonies, Charge, Covenant, Righteousness, and Judgments Deut. 4:1, Deut. 4:5-6  Deut. 4:9, Deut. 4:14, Deut. 4:40  Deut. 5:1, Deut. 5:29, Deut.  5:31-33,  Deut. 6:1-3, Deut. 6:6-7, Deut. 6:17, Deut. 6:24-25, Deut. 7:11-12, Deut. 8:1-2, Deut. 8:6, Deut. 8:11, Deut. 10:12-13, Deut. 11:1, Deut. 11:8, Deut. 11:19, Deut. 11:22, Deut. 11:27-28, Deut. 11:32, Deut. 12:1, Deut. 12:28, Deut. 13:4, Deut. 15:5, Deut.32:46-47, Deut. 30:8, Deut. 30:10, Deut. 30:16, Deut. 28:58, Lev. 26:1-3, Gen. 26:5, Exo. 15:26, Exo. 16:28, Exo. 19:5, Deut. 5:32, Deut. 28:14

122)  Do not add to nor take away from the Word of Yahweh, but keep His Commandments.  Deut. 4:2, Deut. 12:32

123)  Do not worship the sun, moon, and stars.  Deut.  4:19

124)  Seek and love Yahweh with all your heart, might and soul.  Deut.  4:29, Deut. 6:5, Deut. 11:13

125)  Yahweh is the only Elohim and there is none else.  Deut. 4:35, Deut. 4:39, Deut. 6:4

126)  Bind the Words of Yahweh for a MARK upon your HAND and as frontlets between your eyes(FOREHEAD).  Deut. 6:8, Deut. 11:18

127)  Write the Words of Yahweh upon your doorposts and gates.  Deut. 6:9, Deut. 11:20

128)  Do not forget Yahweh.  Deut.  6:12, Deut. 8:11-14, Deut. 8:18-19

129)  Fear and Serve Yahweh and swear by His name.  Deut.  6:13, Deut. 10:20, Deut. 28:58

130)  Do not tempt Yahweh.  Deut. 6:16

131)  Do what is right and good in Yahweh’s sight.  Deut. 6:18

132)  Do not covenant nor marry with the 7 evil nations.  Deut. 7:1-3

133)  Do not bring any graven images of gods or any abomination into your house.  Deut. 7:26

134)  Live by every Word of Yahweh.  Deut.  7:3

135)  Bless Yahweh after you have eaten and are full.  Deut. 8:10

136)  Love the stranger in the land.  Deut.  10:1

137)  You shall come up to Jerusalem to rejoice with your tithes and offerings and eat of your tithe there and if it be far then sell it for money and travel there and then buy what you need there..  Deut. 12:5-7, Deut. 12:11-14, Deut. 12:17-18, Deut. 12:26-27, Deut. 14:22-26

138)  Do not do what is right in your own eyes, but follow Yahweh.  Deut.  12:8

139)  Do not forsake the Levite.  Deut. 12:19, Deut. 14:27

140)  Do not follow after the heathen and their elohim and do not do likewise unto Yahweh.  Deut. 12:30-31

141)  Do not follow or listen to a prophet, your brother, your son, your daughter, or wife, if he or she  tells you to go after other gods and not Yahweh even if the wonder he or she prophesies comes to pass.  Deut. 13, Deut. 18:15-22

142)  Do not cut your flesh nor make baldness between your eyes for the dead.  Deut. 14:1

143)  Do not eat any abominable thing.  Deut. 14:3

144)  Do not eat anything that dies of itself.  Deut.  14:21

145)  Tithe the increase of your field.  Deut. 14:22

146)  At the end of 3 years take the tithe of that year and give it to the Levite, orphan, widow, and the stranger within thy gates.  Deut. 14:28-29

147)  It is okay to loan, but not okay to borrow.  Deut. 15:6

148)  Help the poor and needy by either giving or loaning them money and Yahweh will bless you in all that you put your hand to do.  Deut. 15:7-11

149)  If you have a servant for 6 years, then let them go free in the Sabbatical year and don’t send them away empty handed.  Deut. 15:12-15, Deut. 15:18

150)  If a servant wants to remain with you, then put an aul through their ear unto the door.  Deut. 15:16-17

151)  All firstlings of herds and flocks are Sanctified to Yahweh and are not to be used for work, but are to be eaten before Yahweh in thanksgiving.  Deut. 15:19-22

152)  Go up to Jerusalem 3 times per year and give as you are able.  Deut. 16:16-17

153)  Do not plant a grove of trees near the altar of Yahweh nor set up images.  Deut. 16:21-22

154)  Do not sacrifice any animal with any blemish to Yahweh.  Deut. 17:1

155)  If a matter is too difficult to solve locally, then come up to wherever the Levites are to solve it.  Deut. 17:8-13

156)  Only set a king over you that is of your nation and not a stranger.  Deut. 17:14-15

157)  The king is not to multiply horses, nor return people to Egypt, nor multiply wives, nor multiply silver and gold. Deut. 17:16-17

158)  The king shall make himself a copy of the Torah to read, learn, and do.  Deut. 17:18-20

159)  The Levites have no inheritance with Israel and eat the offerings of Israel, and the first fruits of corn, wine, oil, and sheep.  The Levites shall minister in the name of Yahweh.  Deut. 18:1-8

160)  Do not let your children pass through the fire, nor use divination, nor be an observer of times, nor be an enchanter, nor be a witch, nor a charmer, nor a consulter of familiar spirits, nor a wizard, nor a necromancer.  Deut. 18:10-14

161)  Laws of the cities of refuge.  Deut. 19:1-13

162)  Don’t remove your neighbor’s landmarks.  Deut. 19:14, Deut. 27:17

163)  Law of 2 or 3 witnesses shall everything be established.  Do not bear a false witness.  Deut. 19:15-21

164)  Laws of War.  Deut. 20, Deut. 21:10-14

165)  Law of innocent blood shed.  Deut. 21:1-9

166)  Laws of the firstborn and a double inheritance.  Deut. 21:15-17

167)  The laws of stoning a stubborn, rebellious, gluttonous, drunkard son.  Deut. 21:18-21

168)  Law of taking a hanged man down from a tree so he not hang all night.  Deut. 21:22-23

169)  If you find something lost of your neighbor, then keep it for him until he seeks for it.  Deut. 22:1-3

170)  If you see your neighbor’s donkey or cow in a ditch, then help it.  Deut. 22:4

171)  Don’t cross dress.  Deut. 22:5

172)  Do not take the mother bird and her eggs to eat.  Deut. 22:6-7

173)  Build a railing or wall around your roof so no one can fall.  Deut. 22:8

174)  Don’t sow your field with diverse seeds. Deut. 22:9

175)  Don’t plow with an ox and an ass together.  Deut. 22:10

176)  Don’t wear wool and linen together.  Deut. 22:11

177)  Laws of a damsels virginity and the tokens thereof.  Deut.  22:13-21

178)  If a man rape a damsel, then the rapist shall die.  Deut.  22:25-27

179)  If a man humble a virgin, then he shall pay the father 50 shekels and marry her for life.  Deut.  22:28=29

180)  These may not enter the congregation of Yahweh:  a man with defective privates, a bastard, an Ammonite, a Moabite.  Deut. 23:1-5

181)  Do not seek the peace nor prosperity of an Ammonite or Moabite.  Deut. 23:6

182)  Do not abhor an Egyptian nor an Edomite.  They can enter the congregation of Yahweh in the third generation.  Deut. 23:7-8

183)  When your army goes to war, then keep away from every evil thing.  Deut. 23:9

184)  A man with a discharge by night is unclean and shall go outside the camp until evening and he shall bathe with water before he comes back in.  Deut. 23:10-11

185)  Go to relieve yourself outside the camp and bury it in the dirt.  Deut.  23:12-14

186)  If a slave escape to you, then don’t return him and don’t oppress him.  Deut. 23:15-16

187)  Do not be a prostitute nor a sodomite.  Deut. 23:17

188)  Do not bring money from a prostitute or from the sell of a dog into the house of Yahweh. Deut. 23:18

189)  You may eat from your neighbor’s vineyard or field, but do not take any with you.  Deut.  23:24-25

190)  Do not take back a wife that you have divorced.  Deut. 24:1-4

191)  Do not go to war nor start a business for one year when you take a new wife.  Deut. 24:5

192)  Do not take a millstone to pledge.  Deut. 24:6

193)  If you lend to your brother, then don’t go into his house to get his pledge.  If he pledge his cloak, then let him sleep with it at night.  Deut. 24:10-13

194)  Do not oppress the poor and needy.  Pay him his daily hire daily.  Deut. 24:14-15

195)  The fathers cannot be put to death for the children and vice versa.  Each shall pay the price for their own sin.  Deut. 24:16

196)  When you harvest your field, then leave some for the poor.  The same for your olive tree, vineyard, etc.  Deut. 24:19-22

197)  Don’t muzzle the ox when he treads the corn.  Deut. 25:4

198)  The law of a brother to marry his dead brother’s wife and count the firstborn to the dead brother.  Deut. 25:5-10

199)  A woman shall not break the privates of man or her hand shall be cut off.  Deut. 25:11-12

200)  Only use just weights and measures.  Deut. 25:13-16

201)  Be sure to blot out the name of Amalek from under heaven.  Deut. 25:17-19

202)  Law of the first fruits tithe to bring to the priest and give to the widow, orphan, Levite, and stranger.  Ask for Yahweh’s blessing.  Promise to keep His commandments, statutes, and judgments.  Deut. 26

203)  Mt. Ebal erect stones with the laws of Yahweh written thereon and erect an altar to sacrifice to Yahweh. Deut. 27:1-10

204)  Do not oppress the blind.  Deut. 27:18

205)  Do not take money to kill an innocent person.  Deut. 27:25

206)  Confirm all the words of the law of Yahweh.  Deut. 27:26

207)  Serve Yahweh with joy and gladness.  Deut. 28:47

208)  Keep the words of the covenant so you will prosper.  Deut. 29:9

209)  Do not live wickedly.  Deut. 29:18-21

210)  End of every 7 years at Feast of Tabernacles read the Torah before the people.  Deut.  31:10-13