Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Global SITREP B3--16: Sh'ma Yisra'eil

Public Service - 16 March 2016: This is an important day due to the global call that will go before the Lord at 9 PM in Israel, 3 PM EDT to 12 Noon PDT. Join In!

“That your days may be multiplied, and the days of your children, upon the land which the LORD swore unto your fathers to give them, as the days of the heavens above the earth.” Deuteronomy 11:21 (The Israel Bible™)

A global reading of the Shema, the declaration of accepting God’s rule, will be held on Wednesday, March 16th, at 9:00 pm, Israeli local time, 3:00 pm EST. The reading of the Shema will come directly after the much-anticipated consecration of the Torah scroll written for the Messiah, which will be celebrated on Mount Zion in Jerusalem.

The date, the 7th of Adar by the Hebrew calendar, is considered especially auspicious for both completing the writing of a Torah scroll and for the reading of the Shema. According to Jewish tradition, it is the date on which Moses was born and also the date of his passing away.

The organizers of the event request all of Israel to join together in reading the entire Shema, which is directed at saving Israel from the horrifying wave of terror that has plagued the Jewish state for many months.

The statement released by the organizers reads:

“We shall pray, request, demand, and shout out to Our Father in Heaven:
  • -The entire Shema
  • -That we accept upon ourselves the yoke of Heaven
  • -That we demand the return of the Davidic dynasty
  • -That we wish to rebuild the Temple
  • -That we undertake to return to Hashem (God) in repentance as individuals and as a nation
  • -That we are awaiting our final redemption in mercy and with loving-kindness”.
The ceremony for the reading of Shema can be followed online.


89rscam said...


Both of these articles sent chills up and down my spine!

I am now sitting at my desk with tears running down my face LOL!

I guess if someone walks into my office I will have to explain =)

Ken B

Sean Osborne said...

The Sanhedrin article and this one coming back-to-back as they have probably gave everyone a certain amount of high quality excitement. I believe more and even greater are coming in relatively short order also. Buckle up.

Anonymous said...

37 “Jerusalem, Jerusalem, you who kill the prophets and stone those sent to you, how often I have longed to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, and you were not willing. 38 Look, your house is left to you desolate. 39 For I tell you, you will not see me again until you say, ‘Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.’[c]” (Matthew 23:37-39)

- Brian from Florida

Sean Osborne said...


Use great caution with some of the information that is published on the BIN website.
The website is NOT a Christian website.

As I have discovered through additional research of this website they appear to closely resemble the Pharisees we read about in the New Testament. They may even have an element of Essene beliefs. Both of these are to be avoided as far as instruction goes. See Romans 11:26.

That said, can be at times a useful barometer by which last days events in Israel can be assessed.

Curt Moore said...

I have a question, not related to this article, about the recent Debkafile article on Putin's possible endorsement of a Kurdistan involving three of the factions of Kurds which you pointed out in a previous SITREP. Does this Debkafile report seem to confirm your ideas about the new Kurdistan? The article points out that Assad would be opposed to the forming of such an alliance as well as Obama, asserting that only a unified Syria would be acceptable---I suppose because Obama would want the Brotherhood to be in total control. Thank you very much for your insight on this matter!

Sean Osborne said...


The Syrian Kurds and the Iraqi Kurds are two entirely different political realities, and thus far are a long way removed from becoming the "Assyria" that will exist during the Millennium.

Russia cannot endorse an autonomous Syrian Kurdistan and support Bashar al-Assad's regime at the same time. The two are mutually exclusive of one another; completely incompatible and a non-starter. This is to say that I think Debka's report is 100% nonsense.

Question: If any of this were true, does anyone think that Bashar al-Assad would allow the two Russian military bases (Tartous Naval Base and Hmeimim Air Base) to remain on Syrian soil.

Answer: The Russians would have been invited to pack up their gear and leave Syria yesterday.

How can we know this for sure? because Putin said that the Russian drawdown might be a temporary thing, and his forces could return to the two bases within 24 hours if necessary.

Curt Moore said...

Thank you very much for your answer----I have noticed in years past that Debkafile often misses the mark on some of their speculations.