YHWH Stirs up the thirst for more of HIM within us..

(Audio Discussion Series) What The Ancient Zadoks  Prophesy  Concerning The  Greater Exodus Redemption Of YHVH’s Remnant in The Latter Days

This is a three part audio discussion on significant prophetic statements by the ancient exiled Zadok priesthood that we discovered in our studies this past year in the Dead Sea Scrolls and how they amplify and clarify (but do not change) the written prophetic narrative of the process of significant events  that will unfold affecting the redemption of YHVH’s remnant in the last days..

When carefully examined in the light of the biblical writ, the Zadok testimony confirms the written testimony of the biblical prophets and Yahushua Melchizedek and is also grounded in the shadow types revealed in the Law of Moses, …  but they detail an eschatological process which is not recognized across the the streams of the western “religious polemic” of Rabbinical Judaism through Christendom, and is at variance with popular prophetic perspectives and proclamations promoted in certain streams of the contemporary Hebrew roots / messianic Jewish movements.

Rob from http://www.inthatday.net/

Stream the audios by clicking on the links below, or go to the webpage (Click here)  todownload the audio files

Part 1: Investigating the prophetic credentials of the ancient Zadok testimony.

Part 2: Exploring some significant Zadok Prophetic teachings in the light of the Written Word.

Part 3: Understanding the Zadok perception of the Prophetic Narrative of The Greater Exodus And Its Association With The Victory Of The “Sons of Light”.



  1. Stephen Kraner Reply

    The following is a copy of a post from someone else. I would like some comment:

    HEBREWS 8. “We have such a High Priest who is set on the right hand of the throne of the Majesty on high; A minister of the Sanctuary, and the true Tabernacle, which the Lord pitched and not Man”.
    DANIEL 12. “At that time Mika-El, (Michael), the Great Prince will stand up for the nation.. there will be a time of trouble like there never was before until that time.. but your people shall be Delivered, everyone whose name shall be found WRITTEN IN THE BOOK !!!
    **I awoke one morning and was impressed that there was a link between Hebrews 8 and Daniel 12..by the Day of Atonement! Didn’t realise the full potency of the connection, until i saw the words in Daniel “whose name shall be written in the Book” which is what the Jewish people say to each other on Rosh ha Shannah and Day of Atonement -Yom Kippur.
    Beloved, as we think of these Great Feasts and what Yahshua Jesus has done for us, I pray ..”May your Name be Transcribed – Written and Sealed in the book of Life”! ”
    What DSS documentation is there (or, other documentation) for the words, “May your name be transcribed – Written and Sealed in the book of Life,” relative to the Feasts of Yom Terrurah and Yom Kippur?

  2. Scott Paddock Reply

    The term “May you be written or inscribed in the book of life.” (Also referred to as “The Book of Remembrance” – Malachi 3:16) is said from Elul 1 through Rosh HaShanah/Yom Teruah. After Rosh HaShanah until the Neilah (Closing of the Gates) Service of Yom Kippur…the statement/greeting is changed to: “May you be sealed unto the Day of Redemption.” (Yom Ha Pedut). The entire Book of Ephesians is written in the Festival/Temple Prayer Language of “The Yamin Noraim” (The Days of Awe- The High Holy Days) from Rosh HaShanah through Yom Kippur. Ephesians 4:30 uses this term “Sealed unto the Day of Redemption.”

  3. Stephen Kraner Reply

    Matthew 5:6: “Baruch are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.”

    This text means more, in light of James Scott Trimm’s study.

    Here is the “afflicting” of one’s soul/appetite!

    Once you get Yahushua’s explanation from Matthew 5:6, now we can get WHY Isaiah records YHWH’s words, this way:

    Isaiah 58:5-8: “5 Is it such a fast that I have chosen? a day for a man to afflict his soul? is it to bow down his head as a bulrush, and to spread sackcloth and ashes under him? wilt thou call this a fast, and an acceptable day to YHWH?
    6 Is not this the fast that I have chosen? to loose the bands of wickedness, to undo the heavy burdens, and to let the oppressed go free, and that ye break every yoke?
    7 Is it not to deal thy bread to the hungry, and that thou bring the poor that are cast out to thy house? when thou seest the naked, that thou cover him; and that thou hide not thyself from thine own flesh?
    8 Then shall thy light break forth as the morning, and thine health shall spring forth speedily: and thy righteousness shall go before thee; the glory of YHWH shall be thy rereward.”

    Here is the specific “righteousness” for which we are to hunger and thirst.

    Here is the text regarding Yom Kippur being a Mo’edim (Sacred Appointment/Feast):

    Leviticus 23:4, 26-32, 37。 You will notice that verses 26-32 are couched between the introductory verse 4 and the summary verse 37. Yom Kippur is one of YHWH’s Mo’edim, His Sacred Appointments when He pledges to meet and to renew and to covenantly bless (or, curse) those who love Him and by faith in Yahushua, keep covenant with Him.

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