"O L-RD, Who are my power and my strength and my refuge in the day of trouble, to You nations will come from the ends of the earth and say, 'Only lies have our fathers handed down to us, emptiness in which there is nothing of any avail! Can a man make gods for himself, and they are no gods? 'Therefore, behold I let them know; at this time I will let them know My power and My might, and they shall know that My Name is the L-RD".
Jeremiah 16:19-21


Light and dark always exist.

They are always in struggle.

This is not the way it is supposed to be.

In the beginning God separated

light from darkness

and declared this separation

to be good.


Then along came man,

and embraced knowledge

of both good and evil.

Yet, unlike God,

who separated light from darkness,

man did not separate between

good and evil.

As such, good and evil

became unnaturally mingled.

This is what created the great mess

that we presently inhabit.


Good and evil are mixed

and intertwined.

Good influences evil,

and evil influences good.

Good seeks to be on top

and so too does evil.

Yet, this is not the natural way

that was ordained by the Creator.

Good and evil,

light and darkness

cannot exist together in the same space,

without constant conflict,

struggle and warfare.

This has been the way of humanity

since the days of Eden.


Evil seeks to root out good,

good seeks to root out evil.

Yet, as the two are opposites,

so too the way they combat is different.

Good seeks to shine its light.

Evil seeks to extinguish all light,

and to dominate, control and enslave mankind.

Good resists and some times fights back.

But good is by nature peaceful.

Good does not turn to war,

without great provocation.

Evil on the other hand,

seeks war for wars sake.

Evil seeks to destroy and to tear down,

just as good seeks to create and build up.


The forces of evil

seek to deceive

because this is the nature of darkness.

The forces of evil seek to destroy

because this is its nature.

The forces of good

often do not understand

the true intent and purpose of evil.

Evil seeks to destroy the good,

no matter the cost.

Thus evil seeks to corrupt

and undermine the good,

to reduce its strength and thus

remove its ability to resist evil.


This is why today the forces of good

are breaking down

and will soon be subject

to an all-out attack

by the old-enemy,

thought dead, but still very much alive!


In the last war,

evil came after the Jew.

Many were lost because the majority forgot

the right ways how to fight the ancient evil.

In the coming war,

evil will again go after the Jew,

just like the last time.

Only this time,

evil knows where it fell short before,

and it will not repeat its previous errors.


This time,

not only will the Jew be the target

but also all those

who embrace the scriptures of the Jews

and its code of righteousness.

Anyone who embraces the Bible,

the Ten Commandments and God,

in any size, shape or form,

will be treated just like the Jew.

This time,

many more will be targeted,

just like prophecy warned us

so very long ago.


We cannot get away.

We cannot escape.

There is no way out.

There is only one way, and that is through.

There is a razor’s edge

to walk through the coming fire.

Knowing that the fire is coming

is the first step is preparing for its arrival.


No one will remain asleep for long.

A rude awakening is coming.

Some will awaken to life,

others will awaken to face another fate.

Awakening BEFORE the coming fire

is the way of light and good.

Remaining asleep is the way

of darkness and evil.

Good will claim its own.

Evil will do the same.


We cannot get away.

We cannot run and hide.

We must choose between

good and evil,

between light and darkness.


The separation is returning,

just as it was before our exile from Eden.

The parting will be a tearing,

it will not be easy,

but it is necessary, and it is coming Soon.


Copyright (C) 2012 by Ariel Bar Tzadok.  All rights reserved.


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