Friday, February 9, 2018

Official Blog App !!!

Dear thedeserttabernacle.com readers,

I am proud to unveil the official blog app for Android.

The app includes many features, such as the Correct Torah Calendar, as well as other cool and useful features.

Please download and install this app. This will greatly help me and my blog.

The application will also provide you with updates on my blog and other important announcements.





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Sunday, January 14, 2018

Why God does not answer my prayers?

Why doesn't God answer my prayers?!?

The answer is rather complicated...

First of all, there are billions and billions of habitable planets in the Universe, which means that there are billions of civilizations out there. Some are more advanced, some are less advanced.

The Universe itself is even bigger... There is a gazillion of stars, planets, black holes and other cosmic bodies and objects.

So as you can see, God has A LOT to manage! Universe's size is mindboggling and incomprehensible.

This means that God is probably very very busy managing all this. 

So when you wondering why God does not answer your prayers, you have to understand that God is very very busy and can't answer all prayers right away.

In most cases, God works indirectly, which is why it may take a long time (years) for Him to answer your prayers. This means that you have to be very very patient if you want to see your prayers answered.

Secondly, because of #1, each one of us is nothing but a microbe in the eyes of God. Our individual existence is simply insignificant in the eyes of God. How much do you worry about an individual ant in an anthill somewhere in Africa?!? 

The only way to be significant to God is to do #3.

So thirdly, God only answers prayers of people who FOLLOW HIS LAW (Written Torah). God only answers prayers of those who are SIGNIFICANT to Him.

So if you do not follow and live by the Written Torah, why God has to help you? If you do not do what He wants, why would He do what you want?!?

So as you can see, not only God is very busy, it takes Him time to answer prayers of everything in the Universe due to its size and God only answers prayers of those who do things for Him (live by the Written Torah).

What does the Torah say about the afterlife?

What does the Torah say about the afterlife and dying?

Let's take a look:
CLV Gn 25:8 And expiring is Abraham, and dying in a good grey-haired age, old and satisfied with days. And gathered is he to his people. 
CLV Gn 25:17 And these are the years of the life of Ishmael: a hundred and thirty seven years. And expiring is he, and died, and is gathered to his people. 
CLV Gn 35:29 And expiring is Isaac, and he died, and is gathered to his people, old and satisfied with days. And entombing him are Esau and Jacob, his sons. 
CLV Gn 47:30 Lay me with my fathers, and carry me from Egypt and entomb me in their tomb."  And saying is he,  "I will do according to your word." 
CLV Gn 49:33 And finishing is Jacob instructing his sons, and gathering is he his feet into the couch and is expiring, and is being gathered to his people
CLV Num 20:29 the whole congregation discerned that Aaron had expired. They lamented for Aaron thirty days, all the house of Israel. 
CLV Dt 31:16 Yahuah said to Moses: Behold, you are about to lie with your fathers. Yet this people will rise and prostitute after the gods of the foreigners of the land where they are entering to be among them; and they will forsake Me and annul My covenant that I contracted with them.
As you can see, the Torah uses four words to describe death. Here they are in order:
  1. "to expire" or literally "to breathe out"
  2. "to die"
  3. "to be gathered"
  4. "to lie" or "to sleep"
As you can see, first you "breath out" (make your last exhalation). Then, you die. Then you are "gathered" onto your own people and then you "sleep" with them.

So as you can see, there is NO afterlife or heaven. Once you die, that is it!

Even Moses, the greatest prophet of them all, died and was buried. He did not go into some imaginary place.

Please check out this post if you want to know what happens at the moment of death (step #2). 

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