Brian is a well known Bible teacher with a particular emphasis on Biblical end time events. Believing that these events are already underway, he believes that the Rapture of the Church to glory is imminent. Brian and Gilly (pic here with Bethan)travel throughout the UK and he also teaches in Europe and the USA. Although they are regularly in fellowships and churches who know them well, they are most happy to visit new venues to bring the message of the Gospel and the nearness of Christs return.
Wednesday, 16 October 2013
ANOTHER WND EXCLUSIVE: COVER UP OF TOP ISRAELI RABBI WHO "FOUND THE MESSIAH"!!
COVER-UP: TOP ISRAELI RABBI 'FOUND MESSIAH'
Some 250,000 marched in his funeral procession after his death in 2007.WASHINGTON – He was, without doubt, the most venerated rabbi in Israel at the age of 108.
But when Yitzhak Kaduri’s much-anticipated letter announcing the name of the Messiah he claimed to have encountered was unsealed a year after his death, the Israeli press and world media that found him so quotable in life ignored it.
Now a brand-new book and documentary, “The Rabbi Who Found Messiah,” about his life, death and the secrets he took to the grave, tells the whole mysterious story for the first time.
And what was the name of the Messiah whom Kaduri met after years of praying and fasting? It was Yehoshua – the formal name for Yeshua, or Jesus in the Greek.
Even Kaduri’s own family claimed Kaduri’s handwritten letter naming the Messiah was a forgery. Others in Jewish circles suggested he had simply lost touch with reality due to old age.
But Christians like Gallups believe he was not the first rabbi or Jewish leader to find his Messiah in the man from Galilee. All of Jesus’ early disciples and apostles were Jews – including Rabbi Shaul, known as the Apostle Paul, the self-proclaimed “Pharisee of the Pharisees,” who persecuted those who clung to Yeshua as the Messiah.
Then there was Simeon, the elderly man who proclaimed his life-long dream of meeting the Messiah before his death, proclaimed to Jesus’ mother and father that the baby they brought to the Temple for dedication represented the fulfillment of his wishes.
There’s much more to Kaduri’s story in the book and companion documentary – including his proclamation that the messiah would not reveal himself to mankind until after the death of a former Israeli prime minister, who still clings to life today.