Author: Hollisa Alewine

Dr Hollisa Alewine – Footsteps of Messiah Part 28 – (Footsteps, Pawprints, and Times)

This week we’ll address prophetic time as it pertains to the exiles of Judah. The Northern Tribes were scattered by Assyria, yet Assyria is not counted among the Beast kingdoms in Daniel’s vision. Small details like this help us to understand prophetic nuances.
Assyria may have been a singular beast, but it was never counted as part of the image of the Beast. That identity is reserved for those who destroy or defeat Israelite rule in Jerusalem. (Is 37:10) Daniel’s prophecies are bound together by one catalyst: a concern for the welfare of Jerusalem. To trace the Beast kingdoms, one can simply trace Jewish history.

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Dr Hollisa Alewine – Footsteps of Messiah Part 26 – (Bamidbar – “Footsteps Wherever You Go, A Shavuot Review of the Journey”)

We’ve been looking at the significance of the feasts relative to the return of Yeshua and the gathering of the righteous. The following contexts help us to understand the role of the wilderness in Israel’s gathering and return. Once the pieces are put together, it looks as though the final wilderness journey will begin in the nations of Israel’s exile, not the geographic wilderness of the exodus from Egypt.

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Dr Hollisa Alewine – Footsteps of Messiah Part 25 – (The Sheaves and Flocks of the Night Watches)

In this study, we will see suggestions that those who are lukewarm will simply be thrown in the Wrath of the Lamb with the wicked. Can they still repent? The gates of repentance are always open, but one has to wonder why every single warning to repent was ignored up to that point. Can this person really change? If so, repentance may save his soul, but the prophecies imply a punishment of the body with the wicked. We’ll leave those questions for the Dayan Emet, or True Judge.

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Dr Hollisa Alewine – Footsteps of Messiah Part 24 – (The Night Watches)

In our last Footsteps of Messiah lesson, we looked at “the times of the Gentiles.” Although the measure of time is related to the reward, other measures of time are measures of significant events. There are “night watches” to which Yeshua refers concerning his return once the times of the Gentiles is fulfilled. In The Hours Not Even the Angels Know, we explained the Temple hours as calculated for Temple service. In that case, an hour is not sixty minutes, but a division of daylight hours of service. An hour can also be a month, or simply a significant time. It’s mind-bending, but studying the context is the best way to determine what kind of time of hour is the subject.

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