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Imposter Tour: Leaving San Antonio, Texas

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As we pulled out of San Antonio TX, we will sadly miss our old friends that we have been close to for about nine years. We had a wonderful time! We will also miss our new friends. We love you all.

In the hustle in bustle of everyday life, saving time by cutting corners whenever possible can be extremely beneficial. So when we get dirty laundry, sometimes going to the local laundry mat can save hours. I’ve seen it done, you can take an entire day of washing clothes at home, down to about two hours at the laundry mat. Isn’t that great?

2013523-harbord-mainNot only can washing your clothes at the laundry mat save time and be fun, but it is also a great place to meet new people. That is exactly what happened to us at a small San Antonio laundry mat. At first we were just having a small conversation with Eddy and his wife. He went on to tell us how this was his first time ever being at that laundry mat because it was in a bad part of town. Before to long the subject of our faith was brought up. By the time the laundry was done, Eddy and his wife were following us back to the campground we were staying at. We had such a wonderful time talking that night that we must have talked until about one in the morning. He took some of our movies, we prayed together and then we had to say our goodbyes. During our five weeks in San Antonio we kept in contact with Eddy. He wanted us to share his testimony of what Yahuwah had done for him with all you readers.

“I give thanks to Yahuwah and Yahushua and the Spirit because there was one time in my life where I was going through a tough time. I was fighting to break off of climax, I felt I was going to die and I felt like I betrayed Jesus, because back then I used to live by the name of Jesus. At this time I did not know His Name, till one night I met Danny and his wife Linda. They told me He still loved me. He could still use my life no matter what I did wrong. They showed me the Father’s love. They also presented to me the true Names of the Father and Son. They told me the Father’s name is Yahuwah and the Son’s name, who died for me on the stake is Yahushua. I believed and yes I began to study. In my studying, the Set Apart Spirit showed me confirmation that this is the Truth. I trusted in the Spirit of Yahuwah and Yahushua and I believed. Ever since that night my life has never been the same. Yahushua healed me with His precious blood by His great power. I was no longer sick from climax, my stomach did not hurt anymore. I was no longer vomiting. When He first healed me, He told me to live by His Name, His True Name. He told me not to forget about His Father Yahuwah. Since then, came great encounters with Him in my room, I’ve seen Him come and pray for me and my wife. I’ve even had great visions of what will come to past concerning great wars in our country. He’s revealed great things that I never really understood in His word. He told me I am His messenger sent from Heaven. He told me that He wants me to Spread His true Name and the Father’s Name. He went on to tell me not many will stand up for their names. I told Him I will Yahuwah, Yahushua. He told me to Spread His Name my Son. The people must know, and they will know because I will go forth in proclaiming His Name. Since I have come into the truth, He has blessed me with a job. We had no furniture, no table to eat with our children, we had nothing but a car for my wife to get to work and so our children can get to school. Yahushua has provided all these things for us and we have no needs. I have peace in my heart, love, joy, Freedom from Drugs, from hate, suicide, depression, now because of His true Name! Remember there is power in His name, there is Freedom, Peace, Love, Joy, Happiness all is found in His Name Yahushua. There’s power in the Father’s name Yahuwah also. How do I know, because I experienced it the Day I began to live by their true Names. Now the question is will you believe? Will you ever experience what I have, what my wife has, and what my children has? It’s up to you to believe, to trust and then you will see that all I’ve said is truth.”

Believe- Edward Alonzo and family

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Eddy and his family

(left to right) Eddie and Brother Danny

(left to right) Eddy and Brother Danny

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Battery was dead on our good camera so we had to use a different one.


HalleluYah!
That first night when we met, I still remember how Edward was constantly having to run to the bathroom. Before we left we prayed blessings upon Edward. and We prayed deliverance for him and his family also. We thank and praise Yahuwah for hearing our prayers. I speak a truth, there is indeed freedom from all forms of bondage in those who believe in Yahushua! Do not believe any of Satan’s lies. No matter how dark or bleak your life might be at this very moment Yahuwah, the Mighty One of Yisrael, can turn your life around. Seek Him and cry out to HIM…He loves you!

Do you see beloved ones how this works? Sow the seeds where ever and whenever you are able. You never know when you will be used to help call another out! Eddy has assured us that even though we are leaving this area what we started here, he will continue this work in the big city of San Antonio…HalleluYah! If you or someone you know suffers with an addiction and would like to talk to Edward just email us and we will connect you with him.

For I am thus reminded: For everyone who calls on the Name of YAHUWAH shall be saved.How then shall they call on Him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in Him of whom they have not heard? And how shall they hear without one proclaiming? And how shall they proclaim if they are not sent? As it has been written, How pleasant are the feet of those who bring the Good News of peace, who bring the Good News of the good!(Romans 10:13-15)

Are you a Temple Builder? If not I say, “Rise up ol’e children of Yisrael, now is the time to proclaim.” Spread the Good News (The Besorah) now while it is still daylight as darkness is coming. Make full use of your ministry as outlined 2 Timothy 4:5. You do not need any special doctorate degree to be a Temple Builder. Just having the Ruach Ha Qodesh qualifies you to go forth and further the coming Kingdom! Do not believe those lies that you cannot do this…you can be a Temple Builder!

Pit Stop: The Alamo

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If you’ve been following our blog this month you’ll see that we have been extremely busy. Not only have we been busy doing stuff, but we’ve also been just as busy posting what we’ve been doing here on the blog. For those who are patiently waiting for emails to be responded to, etc… thank you for your patience and please be patient a little longer. We will address your question, comment or concern according to its importance and in the order it was received. We are slowly working on catching up with the emails. They seem to never end and are always piling up. Until then, we went to the Alamo. Not knowing any history of the Alamo we coincidentally arrived the very same day the battle of the Alamo began, February 23rd, 1836. Here is our family picture in front of the Alamo.

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(left to right) Daniel, Danny, Linda, Felicia & Michael

The Alamo, originally known as Mission San Antonio de Valero, is a former Roman Catholic mission and fortress compound and was the site of the Battle of the Alamo in 1836. It is now a museum in the Alamo Plaza District of Downtown San Antonio, Texas, USA. It was built by Spanish Franciscan priest Antonio de Olivares and Payaya Indians, and along with the Presidio San Antonio de Bexar and the Acequia Madre de Valero is the origin of the present city of San Antonio, Texas.

The compound, which originally comprised a sanctuary and surrounding buildings, was built by the Spanish Empire in the 18th century for the education of local Native Americans after their conversion to Christianity. In 1793, the mission was secularized and soon abandoned. Ten years later, it became a fortress housing the Mexican Army group the Second Flying Company of San Carlos de Parras, who likely gave the mission the name “Alamo.”

Mexican soldiers held the mission until December 1835, when General Martin Perfecto de Cos surrendered it to the Texian Army following the siege of Bexar. A relatively small number of Texian soldiers then occupied the compound. Texian General Sam Houston believed the Texians did not have the manpower to hold the fort and ordered Colonel James Bowie to destroy it. Bowie chose to disregard those orders and instead worked with Colonel James C. Neill to fortify the mission. On February 23, 1836 Mexican General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna led a large force of Mexican soldiers into San Antonio de Bexar and promptly initiated a siege. The siege ended on March 6, when the Mexican army attacked the Alamo; by the end of the Battle of the Alamo all or almost all of the defenders were killed. When the Mexican army retreated from Texas at the end of the Texas Revolution, they tore down many of the Alamo walls and burned some of the buildings.

For the next five years, the Alamo was periodically used to garrison soldiers, both Texian and Mexican, but was ultimately abandoned. In 1849, several years after Texas was annexed to the United States, the US Army began renting the facility for use as a quartermaster’s depot. The US Army abandoned the mission in 1876 after nearby Fort Sam Houston was established. The Alamo chapel was sold to the state of Texas, which conducted occasional tours but made no effort to restore it. The remaining buildings were sold to a mercantile company which operated them as a wholesale grocery store. (Wikipedia)

As with St. Augustine, the Catholics came over here threatening the Native American Indians to convert to Catholicism or die. Most walk through the Alamo tours with so much excitement of “Oh yeah! Texas won!” We walked through there with the thoughts of all the people, men, women and children that died during the battle over the Alamo.

Pit Stop: The San Antonio Zoo!

 

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Danny, Linda, Michael, Felicia & Daniel

Yep, we had a pit stop today and it was a lot of fun! We went to the San Antonio Zoo. It wasn’t as good as the Zoo in Cincinnati, Ohio. But as much fun as we had here, we are eager to go to the Cincinnati Zoo. Don’t worry, we’ll share the pictures of that pit stop too. Until then, check out what we saw at the Zoo in San Antonio, Texas.

bird01Here’s a bird, not sure what kind it was though. There was an aviary we could walk through and this bird was there on the fence looking over at us.

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An amazing bird, standing about four and a half feet tall with a wingspan of over seven feet wide and only weighing a little over ten pounds is the Secretary Bird. When we first saw it, the first thing that came to mind was an Egyptian statue of a half bird, half man. The reason for such long legs is to help the secretary bird hunt for its prey, snake. They swoop down, land near the snake and stomp on em with their long legs. Goodbye Snake! If only we could kill snakes that easy.

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This one wasn’t laughing when we were there. But this is the laughing hyena. It looks like a stuffed animal, so fake and unreal looking, huh?

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The Pink Flamingo. The Pink Flamingo can weigh up to seven or eight pounds with a height of four to five feet tall. Yes, we did see a couple in this particular flock that looked about four or five feet tall. They were much taller than the others. Do you know why these Flamingos are so pink? The shrimp and algae they eat give them their pink pigment. Their color is so pretty.

honeybearsunbearHere’s a wakeup call for everyone who thought the original “Winnie the Pooh Bear” was a golden light brown color. The Sun Bear, also known as the Honey Bear is not a violent bear. He’s the bear who’s always trying to take the honey from the bees’ nest. Bees, beehive and honey are important parts of the Sun Bears’ diet. Almost five feet tall, weighing nearly one-hundred and forty-five pounds, the Sun Bear’s long, curvy, pointed claws and almost one foot long tongue help during their honey hunt. He looks similar to a dog in the face.

tiger2There was a cute Leopard there.
While the Leopard is the smallest of the four big cats, it can run to speeds up to 36 mph.
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Some more flamingos in another exhibit.
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porcupineA Porcupine and Two Porcupines sleeping together. The picture on the left looks like a hamster or guinea pig in the face. Porcupines normally have soft fur but their body is also covered with 1,000 quills, (each 30 centimeters long) that shoot at their predators when they feel threatened. Did you know each quills that they lose another one grows back in its place? Neat, huh?
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rhino A Rhinoceros. Did you know, on the black market, a Rhino’s horn is worth just as much as gold? Sad but true. Rhinos poached in Africa and Southern Asia for their horns.
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lionA Lion. Ever wondered why male lions have manes? It has been scientifically tested that the size, color and thickness of a lions mane reveals his strength and age. and even health. Lions who are old have thinner manes. Lions who are sick have very little to no mane at all. Interesting, huh?
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cheetaThe Cheetah, with the ability to run up to 75mph can accelerate from 0-60 in as little as three seconds That is four times the acceleration of humans. Did you know the Cheetah can weigh up to 160lb!
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kangarooKangaroos, when standing up tall, are nearly six feet in height. Not only is that amazing, but they can jump as far as 30 feet in one stride! Not to mention, they can travel up to 30mph. There may be mobs in New York, but in Australia they call the Kangaroo herds ‘mobs’. These “Aussie” mobs are typically of about 50 or more. Newborn baby Kangaroos are called “Joeys” and are born only being one inch long! Pretty amazing, I’d say! No wonder they can fit in their Momma’s belly pouch.

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There were lots of different Alligators and Crocodiles.
The bottom one has a very interesting looking snout, doesn’t it?
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We got to see the official made in San Antonio TWO HEADED TURTLE!
Man-made engineering at its best.
At least they’re honest and tell us they made it here in San Antonio, Texas!
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Even though there were many more pictures, we can’t show them all to you.
Here is a video of the Hippos being fed:

We had a pit stop today and it was a lot of fun! We went to the San Antonio Zoo. Here is a video of the Zoo Keepers feeding the Hippos.

The Zoo Keepers place a colored shape in front of the glass. If the Hippos place their head directly in front of the colored shape, they get a treat and you can see the Hippos open their enormous mouth to catch the apple pieces. As you can see in the video, there are fish in the same tank as the Hippos. They all get along together. The fish will eat stuff from the Hippos teeth and skin and the Hippos do not eat the fish.

These two Hippos are mail and female. The male is in the window to the far left and the female is in the middle and right windows. They are both the same age, 39 years old. The female is on birth control because it is so hard to find homes for the baby Hippos.

Imposter Tour #22: Traders Village – San Antonio, Texas

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You know we told you Orlando, Florida’s Flea World is America’s Largest Flea Market, but apparently, with over 100 acres, San Antonio, Texas’ Traders Village has been rated America’s #1 Flea Markets.
traders2tvTraders Village isn’t just one flea market either. This particular flea market has three in the state of Texas. It is a nice flea market. Don’t have to worry about the rain spoiling your parade here. Parade… yep, that’s right. This is more than just a flea market. It’s an amusement park with a train ride around the place too! Karaoke, petting zoo, yard sale, shopping mall, furniture store, pet store, clothing, belts, home décor, jewelry, food, campground and so much more. They may have something going for them here that Orlando’s Flea World doesn’t have. But there is one thing they don’t have going for them though and that is smelly and filthy public restrooms!

Anyways, we had a really good time here at Traders Village. Everyone had their shift sitting at the table giving away DVDs and we gave away lots! Here are a couple pictures:

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Sister Felicia, Brother Danny in his Texas cowboy hat and Sister Linda.

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Sister Felicia and Sister Linda, Yahuwah’s two miracle women! As you can see behind them, this is indeed a busy flea market! Here is another photo…

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We’ll be leaving San Antonio around the end of February, first of March. I think we have a flea market to go to next week, our last one for San Antonio. Texas.

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Where are we going next? We are going to be here in Texas until mid March 2014. Our hopes are to head down toward Corpus Christi and over to Houston, Texas. There is a Trader’s Village in Houston. You might just get to see us there. Our last stop for Texas is in Canton. There’s a big flea market there waiting for us! Maybe we can see you while we’re here, hurry, fill out the form below and let us know where you are!
It’s not too late to see ya’ll Texans before we leave! Want us to come see you for fellowship, to visit or show our movies in your congregation, or if you know of a popular flea market in your area?

HURRY and fill out the form below:

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Imposter Tour #21: Eisenhauer Rd. Market

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Eisenhauer Rd. Market – San Antonio

Told you we weren’t done with San Antonio. Today we went to the Eisenhauer Rd. Market. Here are some pictures:

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Setting up

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All setup and ready.

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We weren’t the only ones busy setting up.
After the market opened people started coming.

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Not just one…

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Two…

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or three…

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but so many more! We gave away more DVDs here at this flea market than any other one this year so far. How awesome! HalleluYAH!

We’re still not done in San Antonio, Texas.
We’ll be leaving San Antonio around the end of February, first of March.

San Antonio, are we done with you yet? Nope, we have more flea markets in this city. Stay tuned cause there is more to come.

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Where are we going next? We are going to be here in Texas until mid March 2014. Want us to come see you for fellowship, to visit or show our movies in your congregation, or if you know of a popular flea market in your area?

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Imposter Tour #20: Flea Mart- San Antonio

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Flea Mart – San Antionio – Feb 2014

What a mad house! After waiting 20 minutes in traffic at the entrance to buy a parking spot, you better have even more fun finding a place to park! Once you got your car parked, finished dodging the driving vehicles coming and going in the parking lot, you have a whole other obstacle ahead of you! The shopping experience. While this extremely busy flea market was good for The Imposter Tour, it wasn’t a very good shopping experience when trying to make your way through from one shop to the other. It was loud and traffic jam after traffic jam. This flea market is so big, I think they have a problem with having a variety of shops. There must have been a Catholic relic and First Communion outfitter shop down every row. You sure can tell what’s popular in this part of Texas. Catholicism is on the rise!

As we mentioned before, the busy crowds were very good for The Imposter Tour and praise Yahuwah, He brought the ones He is calling into His Truth to our table to receive the free DVD(s) of their choice.

Here are some pictures:
IMG_7738Brother Danny using a borrowed ladder to tie up our banner.

IMG_7722Brother Danny setting up the TV. We have a new idea we’ve been doing now. To grab passerby’s attention, we have our movies playing on a TV. It has worked good so far.

IMG_7725Brother Michael setting up the DVDs on the table.

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The table is set

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And the crowds are rolling in!

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And we’re ready for them all! Since we are a Ministry and wasn’t selling anything they gave us a special spot in the front of the flea market near the concession area. This was beneficial because it was near the main entrance and everyone saw us sitting there in the eating area. Yahuwah has a purpose for everything. Normally, we pay for a booth, but we even got to stay in this spot at no charge!

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Brother Danny and Sister Linda standing behind the table.

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Brother Danny answering questions and talking about what each DVD is about. This particular couple took one of each, they were especially excited that “The Great Conspiracy” is in Spanish also.

We had a great time here at the Flea-Mart.

San Antonio, are we done with you yet? Nope, we have more flea markets in this city. Stay tuned cause there is more to come.

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Where are we going next? We are going to be here in Texas until mid March 2014. Want us to come see you for fellowship, to visit or show our movies in your congregation, or if you know of a popular flea market in your area?

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San Antonio Post Office Adventure

Michael went on an adventure during his trip to the San Antonio, Texas Post Office this past week. Yep, that’s right, we are right here in San Antonio, Texas. But only for a limited time. Are you in San Antonio, Texas? Do you want to fellowship or visit? Send us an email letting us know.

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Michael looks cold, and it was very cold! Around 30 degrees F. Michael set up all the packages next to the Alamo. Have you ever been to the Alamo. We haven’t until just now.

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This wasn’t just any ordinary post office here in San Antonio. It’s also a court house. Which only means one thing. Metal Detectors and Body Scanners!

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They don’t discriminate here, if you want to enter, you gotta go through the scanners. Here is Michael, which the packages sitting on the floor, placing his jacket in the tote just before walking through the scanner in front of him.

This isn’t our first trip to the post office. We’ll being seeing you again soon!

Imposter Tour #19: The Wedding Feast

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With all the excitement of meeting and seeing new faces on our tour from state to state, the long road can become extremely lonely. Therefore, we here at the FOY ministry greatly enjoy a pit-stop every now and then. Our recent pit-stop would have us travel nearlykeylargotoolney 1,600 miles from Key Largo, Florida to Olney, Texas for a very special wedding. Leaving Key Largo meant we had to embrace the bitter cold arctic blast that the majority of states had been experiencing for weeks. As difficult as it was to trade in our flip flop’s, sun hats and lemonade sipping drinks for a wardrobe of ear muffs, gloves and winter coats, the tradeoff would be well worth it. Nothing compares to visiting old friends and making new ones.

All weddings are emotional in one way or another. But when Torah believing Messianic’s desire to wed and have their parent’s blessings, the entire ceremony is awesome. What makes our weddings so different, you ask?

Most of the customs surrounding the Messianic wedding has deep rooted spiritual meaning. The entire ceremony is quite fascinating actually. Here let me explain. Shot gun weddings do not exist within the Body of Mashiach neither does ‘justice of the peace’ ones. According to our tradition, marriage is viewed as a contract declared by Yahuwah between the man and woman. The goal is to create a lifelong relationship with marriage-certificate-blankYahuwah as the center. This is different compared to those that are living within the Babylon system. The majority of them have allowed the ‘state’ to be their center. Once the state has been made a partner, by the signing of a marriage license, they then have legal rights to anything that the partnership produces; such as children. Most of these marriages also do not acknowledge the importance of the parent’s blessings. Whereas, within our tradition, that is the first step in the marriage ceremony.

When a man is interested in a woman, he first prays and may even fast to see if she is his helpmate. After receiving confirmation he then goes to the young woman’s Father to ask for her hand in marriage. If there is no blessing from the Father then there is no Betrothal and the story ends. However, in the event her Father agrees… the journey begins.

The next step is the acceptance, if the woman wants to be his bride or not. After all, she will be spending the rest of her life with him. According to tradition, in front of witnesses, the man pours some wine or grape juice into a cup. wineHe then patiently waits to see if she will drink from it. If she accepted the marriage proposal she would drink from the cup. Their betrothed would now begin. Some betrothals can last as long as a year. The betrothal is binding and can only be broken through written divorce. The only way the betrothal could be broken by divorce is if the bride is found not a virgin.

The happy Bridegroom would then give her some object of value such as a ring, necklace or bracelet along with a Ketubah (marriage contract/covenant) listing promises to the Bride from the Bridegroom.

homeHe would then leave to go prepare a suitable place for them to live. He tells her, “I go and prepare a place for you and when I am ready I will return for you”. During his departure the Bride begins to get matters ready. The custom was that the Bridegroom could not return to his beloved until after he had his Father’s approval of the place he had prepared for her. In the event the Bridegroom was asked about when the wedding would be, he would declare, “only my Father knows!’

Hmmmm….are you beginning to see the importance of the wedding ceremony? I sure hope so. Let’s continue:

The wedding could not take place until after the Bridegroom’s Father declared, ‘The wedding chamber is now ready! Go forth and get your Bride!”

Since the Bride never knew which day or hour her Bridegroom would come get her, she would have to keep herself ready at all times. She kept a lamp lit while the bridesmaids kept oil on hand. Patiently, they would wait to hear for the sound of the Shofar. At the blast of the Shofar they knew the Bridegroom is coming to her!

After the wedding party arrives, the Bride and Groom goes into the wedding chamber. The best man or friend would wait outside to hear that the marriage had indeed been consummated. The stained blood bed sheets bore witness that this was her first sexual intercourse. This proved of her purity. The entire marriage feast lasted seven days with a marriage supper full of guests.

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Let us now put on our spiritual-glasses to see the deeper richer meaning found within the Marriage Ceremony.

 

During the Tanak (Old Testament) Yahuwah made a marriage covenant with His people (YeshaYahu/Isaiah 54:5-6). The Torah is the written marriage contract (Shemoth/Exodus 20:3) in other words our marriage vows. This contract was a blood covenant (Wayyiqra/Leviticus 17:11) with the Bride price consisting of the Passover Lamb (Shemoth/Exodus 12:13-14). The drinking of the cup of wine during the Passover meal was the sign of the woman (Bride/Yisrael) accepting the proposal and was publically announced in the wilderness (Shemoth/Exodus 19:7-8). The weekly Seventh Day Sabbath was the wedding chamber of how the children of Yisrael would spend time with their Yahuwah (Shemoth/Exodus 31:16; Wayyiqra/Leviticus 19:30; 23:3).

Sadly, the children of Yisrael broke the marriage vows (Torah) and thus were found whoring by serving false deities. Therefore, the marriage ended in a writ of divorcement (YirmeYahu/Jeremiah 3:8) as Yahuwah had to put her away for a time (Yehezqel/Ezekiel 16:60-63; YirmeYahu/Jeremiah 31:31-34). Yet He loved her so much that where there seemed to be no way… He made the way:

“And I shall take you as a bride unto Me forever, and take you as a bride unto Me in righteousness, and in right-ruling, and kindness and compassion. “And I shall take you as a bride unto Me in trustworthiness, and you shall know YAHUWAH. (Hosea 2:19-20)

Let us now connect these customs to Yahuwah’s magnificent plan for humanity as outlined within the marriage ceremony. Whenever a Yisra’elite man (Yahushua the Messiah) wanted to marry (the congregation), he would go to the maiden’s house with a ‘bride price (Yahushua gave his life for the Bride and thus was the Passover Lamb).

“On the next day Yoḥanan saw Yahushua coming toward him, and said, “See, the Lamb of Elohim who takes away the sin of the world!” Yohanan/John 1:29

He was declaring that Yahushua is the bride’s price. Yahuwah approved and accepted the ‘bride price’ as “He was pleased to crush Him“. (YeshaYahu/Isaiah 53:10).

If the bride price was accepted, a glass of wine would be poured (MattithYahu/Matthew 26:26-29). If the maiden drank, then they would be betrothed. The only way the betrothal could be broken was by divorce/ if the bride was found to be not a virgin (MattithYahu 1:18-19).Then the Bridegroom (Yahushua) would go off to build a place (the Millennium, New Jerusalem as outlined in Revelation 21) for His bride (Believers). Now let us consider the following verse:

“In My Father’s house are many staying places. And if not, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you” And if I go and prepare a place for you, I shall come again and receive you to Myself, that where I am, you might be too. “And where I go you know, and the way you know.” Yohannan (John) 14:2-4

Praise be to Yahuwah! Amazing! At that time, His taught ones did not understand what He was saying:

“T’oma/Thomas said to Him, “Master, we do not know where You are going, and how are we able to know the way?” Yohannan (John) 14:5

The Messiah was saying, that He was going to prepare a place for us! When the Father (Yahuwah) decides the marriage chamber (New Jerusalem) is indeed ready (Mark 13:32) as it was custom for the groom’s father to do, the Bridegroom (Yahushua) will come get the Bride (us Believers). The Bride (Believers) must prepare themselves to receive our Bridegroom, Yahushua (Revelation 19:7-8) as the parable of the ten virgins explains (MattithYahu/Matthew 25). This is why no man knows the day or the hour, like a thief in the night!

Are you waiting for the Bridegroom, Yahushua to come get you? Fill up the oil lamps! I say, let the Bride prepare herself, for when the hour does indeed come, she shall be ready!

7trumpetsAt the seventh trump our Bridegroom, Yahushua will come get us Believers and then the doors shall be shut and the marriage feast of the Lamb will begin (Revelation 19:19). All those who have been faithful by keeping the marriage vows, (Ten Commandments) believers (the Bride) to the Bridegroom (Yahushua, Ha Mashiach) will enter into the wedding feast!

Clearly, these traditions or customs are just important today as they were generations ago. We are now the Bride of Messiah and can learn so much from the deeper meaning of these practices.

Considering all this, the FOY ministry was very happy to rejoice along with being witnesses in our dear friend’s wedding.

We were blessed with safe travels to go to the wedding of Jasey Davis and Carson Hughes. It was a beautiful wedding. We met lots of new friends, had great fellowship and a lot of fun. We also got to share our Ministry and the story of our Miracle Maiden, Felicia with our new friends. Here are some pictures of the wedding.

(left to right) Brother Michael, Sister Linda and Brother Danny the day before the wedding during setup.
(left to right) Brother Michael, Sister Linda and Brother Danny the day before the wedding during setup.
Mother-of-the-Bride, Jan Davis and Felicia setting up the names on the tables of who sits where.
Mother-of-the-Bride, Jan Davis and Felicia setting up the names on the tables of who sits where.
Almost ready for rehearsal!
Almost ready for rehearsal!
Carson Hughes and Jasey Davis.  "Are you ready for rehearsal"?
Carson Hughes and Jasey Davis.
(The soon-to-be newly-weds)
“Are you ready for rehearsal”?
The Wedding Rehearsal, taping where everyone is to stand during the wedding.
The Wedding Rehearsal, taping where everyone is to stand during the wedding.
The groom being held by all his groomsmen.
The groom being held by all his groomsmen.

The beautiful Bride, Jasey Davis, during the photo shoot.
The beautiful Bride, Jasey Davis, during the photo shoot.
Sister Felicia, one of the Bride's Maids for the wedding.
Sister Felicia, one of the Bride’s Maids for the wedding.
(right to left) Brother Michael and Sister Linda. The day of the wedding. So excited!
(right to left) Brother Michael and Sister Linda. The day of the wedding. So excited!
(left to right) Sister Linda and Brother Daniel.
(left to right) Sister Linda and Brother Daniel.
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The Groom walking the Mother-of-the-Bride, Jan Davis, down the isle for the wedding ceremony.

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(left to right) Father-of-the-Bride, Chad Davis and Mother-of-the-Bride, Jan Davis, holding their 1 year old son, Yohanan Ben Brit Davis.
(left to right) Father-of-the-Bride, Chad Davis and Mother-of-the-Bride, Jan Davis, holding their 1 year old son, Yohanan Ben Brit (son of the covenant) Davis.
Exchanging the wedding Vows.
Exchanging the wedding Vows under the Huppah.
"You may now kiss the bride."
“You may now kiss the bride.”
Mr. and Mrs. Carson and Jasey Hughes.
Mr. and Mrs. Carson and Jasey Hughes.
So happy together.
So happy together.
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The Wedding Cake
Their first dance.
Their first dance.

Congratulations Jasey and Carson!

 

Do you want to learn more about Yahuwah’s Feast Days and the spiritual meaning behind them? Read our book online, “The Feast Days of Leviticus Chapter 23

Imposter Tour – Fellowship in Key Largo – The Bird Sanctuary

When we travel, we try not to make too many plans. What? You say? “You don’t make plans?” That’s right. We let Yahuwah make the plans. Sometimes we try to make plans but our plans are not always His plans. That’s ok if our plans don’t go as expected because Yahuwah knows all and everything works out for the good in His eternal plan.

“And we know that all matters work together for good to those who love Elohim, to those who are called according to His purpose.” (Romans 8:28)

That’s exactly what happened. We were driving down just before Key Largo, just getting into the Florida Keys. It was a few minutes to 7pm and Sister Linda said we should probably call around and see if there was a campground to stay at in Key Largo. We had a long day of traveling and were very ready to stop and end our road trip in Key Largo. The first campground we called was the Point of View RV Resort. They were just closing up, turning off the lights and walking out the door when we called. They had 3 spots to choose from and so we stayed there. If Sister Linda wouldn’t have said something about us calling the moment we did, we wouldn’t have gotten to stay there at the Point of View RV Resort. Yahuwah’s hand was in all of this. Driving these last nearly 5 years… from Ohio to Maine, Ohio to Montana, Idaho to Texas, Texas to North Carolina, North Carolina to Florida, Florida to Kansas, Kansas to Missouri, Missouri to Iowa, up to Michigan and back down to Florida we have never once just pulled into a campground with believers there. Well, never say never because this time we did. These believers were very different from us. And we believe Yahuwah brought us there to help them. We planted the seed and did some watering. It is now up to Yahuwah to either bring a second witness to what we were saying to them or teach them further. Please keep this family in your prayers. The Alfredo family. They are greatly deceived into following ALL the traditions of men, believing the Talmud is the original oral law, believe that no one is supposed to speak the Name of our Father Yahuwah, (no matter the pronunciation) and believe in the Noahide Laws. We gave them our movies and despite our differences, we had fun fellowshipping together, spending Shabbats together and we even went to Miami to the Jewish grocer and gift store. Here are some pictures of our fellowship with the Alfredo Family.

Sitting at the dinner/fellowship table at the Alfredo Family's campsite.

Sitting at the dinner/fellowship table at the Alfredo Family’s campsite.

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Singing Shabbat Shalom!

Singing, Dancing and Rejoicing! Oh HalleluYah!

Singing, Dancing and Rejoicing! Oh HalleluYah!

Fellowship

Fellowship

More Fellowship

More Fellowship

Showing our Temple Model to everyone.

Showing our Temple Model to everyone.

We had a fun time!

We had a fun time!

Sister Linda
Brother Danny, Sister Linda and Brother Michael

 

The men. (left to right) Brother Danny, Brother Daniel, Alfredo holding his son, Jr, Alfredo's Dad and Brother Michael.
The men. (left to right) Brother Danny, Brother Daniel, Alfredo holding his son, Jr, Alfredo’s Dad and Brother Michael.

 

Since Michael plays the guitar, an older man overheard him and so they became good friends. We gave them our DVDs.

(left to right) Daniel, Ed & his wife Joyce, and Michael
(left to right) Daniel, Ed & his wife Joyce, and Michael

 

Ed & his wife Joyce
Ed & his wife Joyce, a very nice couple.

 

Brother Danny Giving Ed our DVDs.
Brother Danny Giving Ed our DVDs.

 

Michael and Daniel also made some Christian friends. They all played the guitar together and even recorded some songs together too. They had so much fun together and were sad when their new friends left.

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Michael and his two music loving friends
Michael, his two music loving friends and grandpa like friend, Ed.

 

We did make plans to go to the wonderful Wildlife Bird Sanctuary. We went there when we were in Florida Spring 2011. Here are some pictures:

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There were mostly pelicans than anything there. Wild ones and capitve ones. The Wild Bird Center of the Florida Keys is a place where injured and endangered birds go to stay for the rest of their lives or just until they are healed up. This center is run by voluntary donations from visitors and members of the community.

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Brother Danny was the only one brave enough to pet one of the pelicans.

 

Here is a family photo with the ocean behind us at the Wild Bird Center.
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Imposter Tour #18: Orlando, Florida- Flea World- America’s Largest Flea Market!

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They say it’s America’s largest. It was a big flea market. Isn’t it funny how the flea market is named the ‘flea market’. While you may think the ‘flea market’ got its name from those pin sized parasites that may infest your pets depending on your location, history tells otherwise. In the book ‘Flea Markets in Europe’ published by Chartwell Books. In the Introduction of this book, the author writes, “In the time of Emperor Napoleon III, the imperial architect Haussmann made plans for the broad, straight boulevards with rows of square houses in the center of Paris, along which army divisions could march with much pompous noise. The plans forced many dealers in second-hand goods to flee their old dwellings; the alleys and slums were demolished. These dislodged merchants were, however, allowed to continue selling their wares undisturbed right in the north of Paris just outside of the former fort, in front of the gate Porte de Clignancourt. The gathering together of all these exiles from the slums of Paris was soon given the name Marche aux Puces“, meaning “flee market”, as in, the market where the exiles fleed and sold their goods. Whether the story is true or not, everybody loves a flea market.

We had a great time at Flea World. Despite the fact that we were only there for one day (January 10, 2014), Yahuwah used our humble table of free DVDs to share His truths to those seeking Him and His truths.

 

Brother Danny setting up the table.

Brother Danny setting up the table.

 

Brother Michael grabbing some DVDs to put on the table.

Brother Michael grabbing some DVDs to put on the table.

 

One...

One…

Two...

Two…

Three.

Three.

Time to hang the banner...

Time to hang the banner…

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Answering questions. Lots of people come up to us and ask lots of questions.

Answering questions. Lots of people come up to us and asked lots of questions.

Sister Linda and Felicia talking to a very enthusiastic woman about each of our DVDs. We were talking to her for about an hour.

Sister Linda and Sister Felicia talking to a very enthusiastic woman about each of our DVDs. We were talking to her for about an hour. She was very excited to have a copy of each one of our DVDs. While you may notice that Sister Linda is sitting in her transport chair she is not always in it. She walks around with it around until she needs to sit and then gets pushed. It’s a comfy chair to have around and so she just sat in is shorty before this photo was taken.

(left to right) Sister Linda, Brother Michael and Sister Felicia group photo.

(left to right) Sister Linda, Brother Michael and Sister Felicia, group photo.

Sister Linda and Brother Danny.

Sister Linda and Brother Danny.

We gave away many DVDs. We look forward to seeing you one day in our tour. Please send us an email to emailus@followersofYah.com and let us know where you are!

Imposter Tour #17: Big Pine Key, Florida

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Point of View RV Resort (Key Largo, Florida)

Photo taken by D.R. McGuire at the point of view RV Resort.

Winter down here in the Florida Keys was good while it lasted. We tried to skip Winter, but it looks like when we leave Key Largo Florida that Winter is unavoidable! We certainly picked a good year to skip Winter because the entire country except southern Florida has been hit hard. Even Orlando wasn’t spared the cold weather. Tallahassee is in the single digits! Just last Winter L. McGuire wrote about the “Winterless Winter of 2011/2012“. I can’t wait to see what L. McGuire has in store for us in the next newsletter about the Winter of 2013/2014. As much as we love it here at the beautiful “Point of View RV Resort” in Key Largo, Florida; we are excited to head over to Texas. We have a wedding to attend to and can’t wait to visit with our dear friends, the Davis family. We stayed with the Davis family on their ranch in the Winter of 2010/2011. We had a great time!

Before we head on over to Texas, we can’t forget to tell you about our stay here in Key Largo. That’s right, the Imposter tour has been to the Florida Keys. We went to the Big Pine Key Flea Market all the way down to the Big Pine Key just past Marathon, Florida. Gave away about 20 DVDs. Even though the quantity of DVDs given away were small, they are there teaching whomever was led to freely receive one. Besides, the fact that the Florida Keys are so small of an area compared to any other city we’ve been to. Here are some pictures of our visit to the Big Pine Key Flea Market.

Time to put together the tent.

Time to put together the tent.

 

Fasten the canvas top...

Fasten the canvas top…

Push support poles out.

Push support poles out.

Double check...

Double check…

Can't forget the back wall...

Can’t forget the back wall…

Stake it down...

Stake it down…

Put up the banner...

Put up the banner…

Looks Great Michael! Excellent job!

Looks Great Michael! Excellent job!

Setting up the DVDs...

Setting up the DVDs…

 

All done!

All done! HALLELUYAH!

 

Our next stop… Orlando’s Flea World, America’s largest flea market! See ya there!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Still Making Orders while on Tour!

There is one thing that’s for sure. Even though we may be soaking up some sunshine here in the beautiful Florida Keys, that doesn’t mean the Ministry is on hold. Nothing will ever come between us and this Ministry Yahuwah has blessed us with. Since we are on tour and things do get busier being on the road; planning tour stops, keeping our blog posted, responding to the hundreds of emails we receive each month, maintaining the website, spending quality family time together, studying the Scripture and filing DVD request Orders & our FREE ISR Giveaway, we cannot ship orders out as often as we normally do. Because of this, we can only ship out packages once every month or two. When we go to the Post Office, it takes 2 sometimes 3 days at the Post Office. Now we’re not just talking about an hour one day and 2 hours the next day. Brother Michael brings along a book or something to do when he goes to ship orders. Sometimes he brings a snack or even lunch! When we say 2 or 3 days at the Post Office, we mean 2 or 3 days of sitting in the Post Office for at least 3 or 4 hours at a time. We call ahead and the Post Office normally opens an extra line to get the job done.

First, we just want to let you know, before we left where we stayed for the Summer we were busy busy busy! In fact, when are we never busy? This Ministry is our lives. It is a full time job and many-a-days it’s overtime, especially during video production. But anyways, before we left we wanted to get a big stock-up on our DVDs. Five thousand to be exact. One thousand each of our five DVDs available. We go through at least several hundred a month; at least one hundred orders a month and each order is a request of all five DVDs. One thousand of each should last us to Spring. Michael and Daniel were very busy duplicating our DVDs, printing the DVDs and packing them into their individualized DVD case. A Brother in Mashiach (Messiah) of ours was able to give us a discount to get the DVD case insert sleeves printed professionally. They look beautiful! Here they are!

One thousand of each! Since Michael and Daniel were still busy with the DVD printing and duplicating you can imagine that brother Danny was busy with stuffing each DVD title papers into their individualized DVD case.

Back to the subject at hand. Still making orders while on tour! That’s right! It’s that time of the month again. DVD order making time.

Brother Danny has been waiting for this moment for the last couple of weeks! Come with us as we show you how it’s done!


After spending hours handwriting everyone’s mailing address (including our return address), it’s time to pack the envelopes!


Brother Danny is just getting started!

Still packing orders…

And the order packing continues…
Meanwhile, sister Linda is at the computer responding to hundreds of emails and getting things ready for our next upcoming Nov/Dec 2013 Vol. 15 Newsletter. Are you in our mailing list? If please sign up so you can receive important updates, emails, prayer requests, chat invites and tri-newsletters right to your email inbox.
We want to praise our Father Yahuwah for allowing us to do this work. It is financially hard times for most and we are most certainly blessed to be able to provide our services to the world.
“All this I did show you, by labouring like this, that you ought to help the weak. And remember the words of the Master Yahushua that He said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’ ” (Acts 20:35)

(Michael sitting at the couch) All packed and ready to go! We were able to get half of these done the first day at the Post Office. What you see here on the couch is all 98 orders that are for other countries.
TO THE POST OFFICE!
While it may be cold and snowy where you are, it’s been 80F and Sunny here! (December 3, 2013)
Michael carrying in the one of the many basketfuls of orders!
Here are the receipts from three days at the Key Largo Post Office!
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We also wanted to share with you that there was a
beautiful beach wedding at the campground here at Key Largo, Fl.
We didn’t know the couple, but just wanted to share a picture of the wedding.
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We’re Getting Ready

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   When L. McGuire wrote the book, The Imposter, six years ago and when we began producing the movie four years ago we had no idea it would take off like it did. Before the movie was even finished we had hundred of preorders waiting for their copy. And still, three years after its completion we receive nearly at least 100 new orders each month, just for The Imposter; not to mention all our other movies. We here at the FOY ministry are simply amazed at how an extremely low cost movie called, “The Imposter” which was made in a camper, deep in the Wilderness Mountains of Montana, during the winter, has amazed thousands of people around the world. Truly, Yahuwah has His hand on this work. Nine months in the making with a computerized voice on very low quality film editing is still reaching people from all over. (Please Note: We have a new project lined up to digitally-remaster, edit and reproduce The Imposter with human narratives) Thousands and thousands of DVD’s have been given away from just within the FOY ministry and yet thousands more from others who copy and distribute them at home. We all want to Blow the Ram’s Horn, we thank you all for helping us get this message out there! Let us praise Yahuwah for creating us for this time to give meat in this due season! We continue to encourage everyone to please make as many copies of our DVD’s and share them with friends, co-workers and loved ones just get this message out to the people… NOW before night befalls upon us!

We want to give a special thank you to our Brother in Messiah, Ryan, for helping us get 5,000 more DVD’s ready for the next wave of cities on our Imposter Tour. Thank you Ryan!

   First, we just want to let you know, before we left where we stayed for the Summer we were busy busy busy! In fact, when are we never busy? This Ministry is our lives. It is a full time job and many-a-days it’s overtime, especially during video production. But anyways, before we left we wanted to get a big stock-up on our DVDs. Five thousand to be exact. One thousand each of our five DVDs available. We go through at least several hundred a month; at least one hundred orders a month and each order is a request of all five DVDs. One thousand of each should last us to Spring. Michael and Daniel were very busy duplicating our DVDs, printing the DVDs and packing them into their individualized DVD case. Brother Ryan was able to give us a discount to get the DVD case insert sleeves printed professionally. They look beautiful! (pictured above)

We also want to thank Brother Ryan for the fabulously made t-shirts he helped us get.

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Our official Imposter Tour Tee’s are now here! We have a very limited amount on hand right now but can easily order more through our dear Brother Ryan. If you would like one please let us know the color (in our next order we will be ordering pale blue and pale pink) and size you would need. If we have your size in stock we will mail one out to you free of charge! These would not be available if it was not for our dear Brother Ryan, whom we deeply thank for his services to the ministry needs!

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Also do not forget we also have pens with the Imposter logo on them. If you would like some just let us know. We even have those popular rubber wristbands also. They say, “The Answer is in the Word” FollowersofYah.com. We plan to update our order form within the next weeks to come, adding these promotional items to the list.

If you have any low cost marketing ideas for us here at the FOY ministry please do not hesitate to share them. Thanks!

Speaking of marketing. Did we say we’ve been busy? We’ve been busy and we will continue to be busy. Since so many people came to our website from the banner that our friends from Texas put up a couple years ago we got to thinking… That is a fantastic way to get the message out there.
(YAHUWAH FORGIVE U.S. FollowersOfYAH.com :is what the banner says picture right) 
billboards   Driving along the highway there are billboards everywhere when you come into a big city. We mean it when we say this message has to get out there to the people. The message of The Imposter and the False Armageddon. And it isn’t going to get out there all by itself. We are going to get billboards setup all around the country. If you see a billboard available in your area PLEASE SEND US AN EMAIL. (emailus@FollowersofYAH.com) We will call them right away to get the details and try to get a billboard setup there. 

  We’re not stopping there either! Flea Markets, Free Public Movie Showings, Billboards, our website and word of mouth can only do so much. We are going to advertise too! Facebook, Google, Bing, Yahoo, we’re going to try AlexJones, Rense, etc. If there are other websites or means of advertising you know of please send us an email A.S.A.P.! (emailus@FollowersofYAH.com)

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Yep, that’s right. We’re coming to a city near you! We are still in Florida and will remain here in the Florida Keys for the remainder of this month. We will be moving over to Cape Coral to visit some friends and to give our condolences to our dear Brother in Messiah, Barry. Brother Barry passed away on November 3rd, 2013. He had mentioned receiving a liver transplant a while back and was taking medication so his body wouldn’t reject the transplant. When we came to visit the group in Fort Meyers, Florida in the Spring of 2011, Barry was the first to greet us and offered us into his home to fellowship. He always wanted to Study the Scriptures with us. Barry was such a sweet man. Please remember Barry, his family and friends in your prayers.

After Cape Coral, Florida we plan to swing by Orlando, Florida to do some on-sight filming for our next movie project that is planned for completion before Sukkot 2014. We will still be here in Florida until the first week of January 2014. If you are here in Florida and want to meet up with us for fellowship or refer us to a flea market nearby to setup at, please let us know. Send an email and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can! (emailus@FollowersofYAH.com)

Once we leave Florida we are heading to Texas. But on our way we may stop in West Monroe, Louisiana. We are on a nationwide tour, we must reach as many people as we can. It is a goal of ours to stop in West Monroe, Louisiana at the Duck Commander warehouse and personally give the Robinson Family (stars of the reality show, Duck Dynasty) each of our DVDs. We’ll be sure to get a picture and let you know how that goes!

Why are we heading to Texas you ask? Texas is where we began our Nationwide Tour March 2011. We have been invited to a wedding! As much of a miracle as it is for a dear Sister of ours to get married it is even more of a miracle that Sister Felicia is alive and still with us here today after the tragic accident that occurred in May 2011. Felicia has been asked to be a bride’s maid at that wedding. Meanwhile, when we are in Texas, we plan to do many more tour stops, weather permitting. If you are in Texas and want to meet up for fellowship or help us arrange a showing or refer us to a flea market nearby to setup at, please let us know. We’d love to meet you! Send an email and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can! (emailus@FollowersofYAH.com)

After Texas in January, not sure yet. We are waiting on Yahuwah to guide us and give us direction of where to go. Perhaps He will put it upon your heart to send us an email to come to where you are? We’d love to hear from you! (emailus@FollowersofYAH.com)

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Coming to a city near you!

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   Yep, that’s right. We’re coming to a city near you! We are still in Florida and will remain here in the Florida Keys for the remainder of this month.

Click image for Barry's picture slideshow.

Click image for Barry’s picture slideshow.

We will be moving over to Cape Coral to visit some friends and to give our condolences to our dear Brother in Messiah, Barry. Barry was a believer. He was a firefighter and was there helping those in need a the Twin Towers on 9/11. Brother Barry passed away on November 3rd, 2013. He had mentioned receiving a liver transplant a while back and was taking medication so his body wouldn’t reject the transplant. When we came to visit the group in Fort Meyers, Florida in the Spring of 2011, Barry was the first to greet us and offered us into his home to fellowship. He always wanted to Study the Scriptures with us. Barry was such a sweet man. Please remember Barry, his family and friends in your prayers.

   After Cape Coral, Florida we plan to swing by Orlando, Florida to do some on-sight filming for our next movie project that is planned for completion before Sukkot 2014. We will still be here in Florida until the first week of January 2014.  If you are here in Florida and want to meet up with us for fellowship or refer us to a flea market nearby to setup at, please let us know. Send an email and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can! (emailus@FollowersofYAH.com)

   Once we leave Florida we are heading to Texas. But on our way we may stop in West Monroe, Louisiana. We are on a nationwide tour, we must reach as many people as we can. It is a goal of ours to stop in West Monroe, Louisiana at the Duck Commander warehouse and personally give the Robinson Family (stars of the reality show, Duck Dynasty) each of our DVDs. We’ll be sure to get a picture and let you know how that goes!

  Why are we heading to Texas you ask? Texas is where we began our Nationwide Tour March 2011. We have been invited to a wedding! As much of a miracle as it is for a dear Sister of ours to get married it is even more of a miracle that Sister Felicia is alive and still with us here today after the tragic accident that occurred in May 2011. Felicia has been asked to be a bride’s maid at that wedding. Meanwhile, when we are in Texas, we plan to do many more tour stops, weather permitting. If you are in Texas and want to meet up for fellowship or help us arrange a showing or refer us to a flea market nearby to setup at, please let us know. We’d love to meet you! Send an email and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can! (emailus@FollowersofYAH.com)

   After Texas in January, not sure yet. We are waiting on Yahuwah to guide us a give us direction of where to go. Perhaps He will put it upon your heart to send us an email to come to where you are? We’d love to hear from you! (emailus@FollowersofYAH.com)

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Imposter Tour #16: Daytona Flea and Farmers Market, Daytona Beach, Florida

   Big Flea Markets aren’t hard to
come by here in Florida. They are everywhere! After a week in St Augustine and
nothing but cloudy days and rip current advisories it was time to get some
warmer weather. Besides the Imposter Tour, that is the reason we came to
Florida.


Our next stop in Florida was (November 29, 2013) the Daytona Flea & Farmers Market. Nope, no fleas here, we haven’t seen a flea since July. Anyways, the Daytona
Beach Flea & Farmers Market has been rated one of the top 5 flea markets in the country. This place was so big while we were there we couldn’t even… With 1,000 booths, over 600 vendors and 3.5 million visitors yearly, we had to stop here! Since this Flea & Farmers Market is only open Fri, Sat & Sun,
that’s over 20,000 visitors each day it’s open! That’s a really good way to get
the message out there! Just providing you with the knowledge of how many
visitors come here should give you a pretty good idea of how successful we were
here! HalleluYAH! During Daniel’s shift, eight people gathered at the table at
once to grab their free DVDs!

Our new banner looks great! Brother Danny was in charge of packing the ministry stuff from the house and making sure we had everything. *sigh* He forgot our banner. But that’s ok! We were able to find a print shop here in Daytona Beach for same day print to get a new one. http://rgucolor.com did a fabulous job!

 Setting up… 

(Michael, Danny, Linda & Felicia)
You may have noticed that Felicia wear’s warm hats alot.
She crochets them. Since her accident cool air causes headaches.

Her hats keep her head warm and headache free most of the time.

 

All done! (Danny, Michael, Linda & Felicia)

   Check out our shirts! A brother who has a printing company (not the same as rgucolor.com) asked us for a shirt design and made us shirts. They look great, don’t they?
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Looking Around this giant 1,000
booth flea market… 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We had a good time at the Daytona Flea and Farmers Market. 

We’re heading farther south, see ya when we get there!

 

 

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The Imposter Tour #15: St Augustine Beach, Florida

 

 Our next stop… beautiful
St. Augustine, Florida. November 25, 2013.
St. Augustine is known for being the very first settlement. Forget what they say in Plymouth or Massachusetts, by the time the
first settlers were grown, married, had children and died they were just arriving
up north to America.
 
 We had lots of fun here at St. Augustine. Even though the weather wasn’t as hot and sunny as we hoped for, it was still great family fun! We parked our “home on wheels” at the beautiful Bryn Mawr Oceanfront Resort. If there is ever a place you need to park you RV that is right on the beach Bryn Mawr’s is a great spot! Whether
you want to watch the sunset or sunrise, shell searching, bird watching, splash
in the ocean waves, get sand between your toes, count the boat lights on the
ocean at night or soak up some sunshine during the day, this place is sure to
please. In a quiet setting tucked away in the palm trees, but yet a short drive
from the many historical and tourist attractions. We didn’t have time for
mini-golf, but enjoyed learning about America’s history here in St. Augustine.
 
 First we went to theColonial Quarter’s Historical Adventure Tour. Here we went through a live historical adventure tour through time. Here are some pictures of our exciting adventure…

 
 
 
 
   Our Tour Guide.
 
 
   He showed us how the blacksmith shop worked. How the guns back in those days were operated how and
why the homes were built the way they were built and much more!
 

 

 
   Here is a live representation of how early settlers in St. Augustine cooked. Cooking wasn’t done inside in a kitchen, instead it was done outside so the house wouldn’t get too hot.
 
 
   Our Tour Guide also explained the difference between the steep
pitched homes and the flat top home; their advantages and disadvantages.
 
   The wooden homes were cheap
and fast to build, but needed to be replaced every few years because of rot and termites. The wooden homes were steep pitched so the rain would runoff but heat was a problem for those types of homes. While the flat top homes had big windows with thick walls. Flat top homes lasted longer because they were built sturdier than the wooden homes. However, a flat top roof isn’t suitable for lots of rain. If you want to know my opinion, I’d say a steep pitched roof, thick walls and big windows sounds good for the
 hot and rainy days of Florida.
 
   We even got to tour inside what originally was a 16th Century one bedroom cottage. This cottage is how St. Augustine became popular because it was the very first well-built structure of its time.
 
<<<Here is a model of the cottage>>>
 
<<<Here is inside the original cottage>>>
 
The Bedroom
 
Not so sure what this room was called.
 
What looked like a den had an authentic weaving loom near
the fireplace.
 
The Dining Room. 
In the next room was something the
early settlers didn’t have in their homes.
 
The Kitchen!
 
 
 
 
 
 
Felicia
(left) and Linda (right) 
having a great time!










Let’s take a look around the kitchen.
 

The counter with a
fireplace behind it.
 

 Now that we’re done
checking out the kitchen…

Is anyone hungry? Dinner’s almost ready!
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Another area of the yard near the cottage had a small one
room office.
We each had a seat in the captain’s chair.
 
Brother Danny (Dad)  
Sister Linda (Mom)
 
Sister Felicia  
 Brother Michael
 
Brother Daniel
 
 
   And that concludes our
Historical Adventure Tour.
 

 

 
   Next we went to the Old General Store and had a live tour of how the general store was. The General Store was a big excitement! This General store was the largest store of St. Augustine and the third largest of the state of Florida.

 

 
   The Oldest Store in Florida Museum was not like the Adventure Tour. We came into the store and the sales clerk basically treated us like we were old time customers. He was trying to sell stuff the store originally carried. From canned goods to candy, clothes, oil lamps, corn husker, apple peelers, women’s shoes, ect. It was like we were live in a commercial of how the salesmen would try ever so hard to sell stuff we didn’t need.
 
   Lester, the store clerk, showing everyone around, welcoming us and offering some free candy. It looks like something you’d see from the old west days, the Oregon Trail game or from the TV Series, The Waltons.
 
   Lester showing us the music box to play while sitting our ‘parlor’.
 
 
   What supposedly is a silent milk shake maker the clerk repeatedly made us aware of how it is so silent, you won’t hear a thing…
 
 
Turned out to sound like a
jack hammer machine!
Silent as a mouse. Can’t
hear a thing! 😉
  
Lester,
trying to sell us some more stuff.
 
And the coffee grinder, only $32.00!
 
   Don’t remember the store hand’s name but she tried to helped us find what we needed in the back. First she showed us the sewing machines.
 
   She then gave us a history of the bicycle’s appearance. And then showed us what they called a ‘Portable Pantry’.
 
   You can store your bread, flour, cake, sugar and spices. It even has a coffee grinder on the side! She said these ‘Portable Pantries’ came in handy for the everyday traveling salesmen.
 
There was even a real life
action butcher!
 
The vacuum.
 
   The hand pump vacuum. You have to push around and pump this thing and your floors will be dirt and dust free in about 3 hours.

 <<<Many different washing machines to choose from>>>
 
They even had the good ole’
fashion plunger style washing machine.
 
 
Some more general merchandise…
 
The telephone…
In case you can’t see what
the sign says…
“LIFT THE RECEIVER &
LISTEN IN!
 
Before Telephone Numbers

When telephones first came into use, there were no telephone numbers. You had to crank a magneto phone to generate an electric signal to alert the switchboard operator who would connect your call. The operators knew
everyone by name.
 

The yearly cost for phone service for homes was $18, $20 for farms, and $24 for businesses. Private lines were an extra $5.
 
 
Party Lines

 Most people shared telephone line with up to twenty people. You could talk only five minutes or so before someone else wanted to make a call. Anyone on the party line could pick up their receiver and listen in to your conversation. The shared lines were called “party lines”. 

Linda (left) and Felicia (right) listening in onto the party line. They were talking about spending too much money at the grocery store. And, “Did you hear about what Mary-Jane did after church?!?”
 
 
They also had a setup of all the old guns the original store sold.

 
 
More shopping…
 
 
 
 
 
 
And we can’t forget about
the bathing suits!
 
Woah, all this shopping’s
got us hungry! What about you?
Yummy! (Felicia)

 

Hmm, don’t mind if I do,
thank you! (Michael)
 
 
 
Uh, how much can we have? (Daniel)
 
 
   Would you believe us if we told you there were at least 100 pieces of breads, cakes and pies in this bread cart. All of it was Styrofoam!
 
Oh how about a game of checkers!
Linda (left) and Danny
(right)
 
Next door to the General
Store was the old jailhouse.
   Michael, Danny and Daniel.
If you check out the one in the middle, the one Danny is in, it looks similar
to what Jeremiah|YirmeYahu was hung up in. This particular one here actually
has a rope on the top loop to hang the cage up in the air.
 
 
 
   Now that everyone’s stay put and settled down we can finally tell you about how things went at the St.
Augustine Flea Market.
 
   It was great! We only had a few DVDs out on the tables and people were already stopping, asking about our
DVDs and eagerly grabbing their free copies.



 

 
 
Michael in the back, Linda
(left) and Felicia (right) in the front.
 
Setting
up…

 

 
 

   Once we initially got set up several flea market shoppers would come to our table and ask “What is this movie about”. Others were regular Bible studiers and church goers. They said they were eager to watch and learn more about end time prophesy and the Father’s Name. HalleluYAH! Several people would come up and converse about Scriptures with
us, ask who we are, what we do and why. We even had a Muslim come and chat for
45 minutes!

 
To our left…
 
To our right…
 
Around the corner…
 
   We had a great time. You’re probably wondering why we are all dressed up with coats and jackets on. A cold front came through Florida that week. It was so cold, the lows were in the 30s in St. Augustine! We can’t wait to go down further south to where it’s warmer. See ya when we get there!
 

The Imposter Tour: From Michigan to Florida

 Michigan2Florida  We like to thank everyone for your special prayers while we are on “The Imposter Tour”.  Not only do we not know what kind of people we are going to meet but we never know what the weather conditions will be like also. Our first day on the road was stressful for Bro. Danny as he battled strong winds during the Midwest tornado outbreak.
 
   We just past Lima, Ohio when we decided to pull over for a while. During this time, the rain starting coming down harder, the wind picked up strength as stop signs shook, darkness filled the area and reports from the tiny gas station were that a tornado had just struck on less than 10 miles from where we were! We prayed for protection and that the tornado would not harm us. Yahuwah showed us much mercy as an hour later the storm was over!
 
   Twelve states were hit with these thunderstorms and tornadoes as this wave of powerful storms was very unusual for this time of the year.  That Sunday there were 500 reports of wind damage, strong winds, tornadoes and large hail Jon Erdman from weather.com reported. According to the National Weather Service’s there were about 40 tornadoes that hit that day: (click image for news article)
   On our travels through the states we also try to stop off and make time for our friends and family. We were very blessed to see some old friends in Ohio along with some family members. Driving through Georgia we made a very nice pit stop spending a few hours with Brother Frank,

 

Brother Frank (holding our Shih-Tzu puppy Abby), Michael, Sister Linda, Brother Danny, Sister Felicia (holding Molly, the mother of our two puppies), Jason (holding Minnie our other Shih-Tzu puppy & Daniel.

 

 
   Brother Frank has done so much for our humble ministry. We met him while in Montana during a presentation of one of our movies during the Passover a few years ago. When we left the state of Montana for our tour, Bro. Frank faithful shipped out our Trout Creek mail to us. He did this all the time for us until he moved. So this was a nice
blessing to meet up with Brother Frank in Georgia. We tried to kidnap him but he has been very busy with ministry work himself.  The Imposter tour has
not stopped off in the state of Georgia yet so hopefully we can meet up with
Bro. Frank again sometime soon.

Imposter Tour #14: Downtown Sidewalk Salebration – Cadillac, Michigan

Downtown Sidewalk Salebration – July 27, 2013

 

While in the area we heard about the Cadillac Downtown sidewalk salebration. Vendors and shops downtown bring stuff out on the street. It’s a community event the city of Cadillac does every year. We set up our table downtown and gave away lots of free DVDs.

 

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Imposter Tour #13: Northern District Fair – Cadillac, Michigan

The Cadillac, Michigan Northern District Fair – August 9-17, 2013

   We went to the Northern District Fair of Cadillac Michigan. It was a small fair but we were among the vendors in the main building. People came from all over the Northern District of Michigan to come to the fair. About 100 fair goers came into our spot and grabbed their free DVD!