Saturday, February 18, 2012

Goals of Islam with Avi Lipkin

Shalom all,

It's been awhile since I've posted anything, so would like to resume by reminding everyone of the promises of our creator regarding the land boundaries of the coming kingdom of our Messiah.

We read in Deut 11:24:

 Deu 11:24  Every place whereon the soles of your feet shall tread shall be yours: from the wilderness and Lebanon, from the river, the river Euphrates, even unto the uttermost sea shall your coast be.

This also includes all the area where Israel wandered in the wilderness for 40 years. The real Mount Sinai is not in the Sinai desert of Egypt, but in Saudi Arabia in the land of Midian.

The future borders of Israel will include Lebanon, parts of Syria all the way to the Euphrates, west to the Mediterranean and down to the great desert of Saudi Arabia. Everywhere Israel wandered in the 40 years in the great desert is given to them by YHWH. This includes the Islamic "holy" sites of Mecca and Medina.

 There is an interesting book called "The God of the Mountain" written by Penny Cox Caldwell which describes the journeys of their young family into the forbidden area of Saudi Arabia to the true Mount Sinai where the children of Israel encamped. The book contain numerous pictures of the holding pens for animals to be sacrificed, altars, white marble stone pillars, evidence of stone structures with thresholds, petraglyphs, possibly Elijah's cave, a split rock which may be where Moses struck the stone with his rod to get water and a very interesting  picture of the outlines of a sandal carved in rock. Next to the footprints is the proto Hebrew character "kaf" carved near them. Kaf means palm of hand or sole of the foot. These prints are found to go all the way down into Yemen, over through Jordan and all the way up the Persian Gulf side of Saudi Arabia. They appear to be for the purpose of reminding YHWH of His promise that everywhere the soles of their feet tread, that land belongs to them.

Here is a short video of an interview with Avi Lipkin by Gary Stearman concerning his new book called "Return to Mecca". In it, he discusses the goals of Islam.

The Goals of Islam with Avi Lipkin: 02/16/12 from Gary Stearman on Vimeo.