The Great Kohan Yahodah elaborated on Yechetzqyah 26:1-6, 20-21. Using authoritative references, the Kohan shows this chapter refers to Satan and those who follow her. Translations and meanings prove an adversary against Abel, fight against one another (we see it among nations today). Furthermore, Satan’s followers will realize their Gods will not help them. The Kohan proves there will be no Gods in Yahweh’s Kingdom, and Satan and her followers will cease to exist.
Supporting verses: Isayah 28:10
The Great Kohan Yliyah H. presented the news…
Sanctions placed on Russia, Turkey, Iran
Damascus saying they are free of war
Yisrayl Hawkins began on the subject of Damascus and the Prophecies (from the beginning) that involve this city. See Yahwehsbranch.com for details.
Highlights from his sermon include the following…
News articles on upcoming Israeli/Palestinian Peace Plan and ongoing conflict in the area
Zecharayah 9:1 – the word Prophecy means Oracle: the Word of Yahweh; Prophecies end with Damascus
I Kings 6:16-17, 19-23 we enter the Most Holy Place when Yisrayl shows/explains Yahweh’s Prophecies to us; two cherubim refer to Two Witnesses
Exodus 25:31-33, 37 – 4,000 years later we understand the meaning of branches
Revelation 1:10-13 – the voice is understood in Revelation 10:7 as the Last Days’ Messenger, Yisrayl Revelation 1:3 – what time? Verse 13 shows the time and connects the Witnesses and the Son of Man, supported in Zecharyah 6:11-13 (Chapter 4:2-3, 12 additional verses)
Yahweh’s People are shown in Romans 6:16 and I Yahchanan 3:10 – they repent of sin and convert to Yahweh’s Righteousness (they are tried/tested until the end)
Hebrews 1:1 shows that Yahweh speaks to us through His Son, our High Priest over The House of Yahweh – Yahshua (meaning Yahweh will save His People from their sins)
There are seven Works of Yahweh, and when the seventh one speaks the secrets of Yahweh are revealed
Yeremyah 23:1-3, 14-15, 21-22, 26, 32-33 (Zecharyah 9:1 speaks of the burden – the burden is upon the ones who changed Yahweh’s Name for Lords – the dead rabbis)
Conclusion: All Prophecies, written from Genesis through Revelation, rest upon the destruction of Damascus, which is currently under siege. The Prophecies are complicated, but Praise Yahweh we have our teacher, Yisrayl to explain and encourage us to endure.