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Q&A #5 | Ten Commandments in Paleo Hebrew, Grafted into Israel, and more

Questions and topics discussed:

0:00 Intro
0:35 Ten Commandments in Paleo Hebrew (free download)
1:32 How to download it
3:43 A reading of the 1st Commandment in Paleo Hebrew
5:40 The name Gabriel in Paleo Hebrew
6:48 The name Deborah in Paleo Hebrew
8:11 Answering a question about the antichrist and a discussion about how Father will guide us through tribulation
13:27 A comment for Lucky
14:20 A fish story
15:15 Origin of the early Christian fish symbol
16:01 Grafted into Israel (a discussion about the servants in Isaiah 14, and why we say all believers in YASHUA become part of Israel)
23:39 Is Puerto Rico the tribe of Ephraim?
26:42 Prayer requests
27:21 A question about a dream
28:45 Books mentions
30:17 Are we ever going to write a book?
32:34 Song: How I Long to See the House



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