Newsletter: January 2014

Dear friends,

This week we have placed new articles on the website. Also sent a new mailing, which is full of emotion because of the subjects. There are new articles in the category Human Rights on the subjects about persecution of christians. Also a horrible crime in the world done to mainly women called: acid crime.

Articles and Poetry that have to do with the curses on men and women that have come upon us in Paradise after we disobeyed God and we see because of this an actual battle in the articles and poems! The place on earth also determines our destiny as women and men. Where the Bible is banned, we see the worst oppression and persecution.

Israel, the Bride of the Lord is becoming more isolated and boycotted.

Messiah Yeshua teaches us with examples how women and men have to act. He gave us guidance for our live in His Torah. Messiah Yeshua loves us and He wants to give us freedom to serve Him.

The veil is slowly removed.

I want to thank all contributors to this newsletter. They did a great job!

Shalom and blessings,

WoV editor in chief

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