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Assembly of Yahvah in Emory TX

The Assembly of Yahvah in Emory, TX welcomes you to our website. We hope you find our studies, sermons, and other resources as valuable study tools to help in your walk with Yahvah. We would love to have you come and visit our Assembly as well!

May Yahvah bless you in your endeavor to find truth.



Recently our Texas legislators were in the process of trying to pass a bill to restrict abortions in our state. After passing the House the bill went to the Senate for confirmation, but was halted from coming to a vote by an unruly mob of about 400 spectators who were causing commotion. When I heard the news about the disruption, I was wondering if there was anything I could do. Governor Perry then called for a special session to try to pass the bill again, so I called a representative that I knew (Dan Flynn) and asked his staff if it would help if some people came to the House as a show of support.

As I was talking to the staff member it was hard for me to speak because I was began to weep. About two hours later the staff member called me back and asked me if I could come on the following Monday to be the pastor of the day and open the special session with prayer. This came as a surprise to me because I am not usually involved with the political processes of our country, and I did not even realize they opened their sessions with prayer.

But on Monday my wife Tammy and my son Seth went with me to the capitol in Austin to give this prayer. We were in for quite a shock when we got to the capitol because we were exposed to a few thousand people in orange shirts who were there to stand against the bill being proposed in the legislature. To put it mildly there intention was to intimidate people like me. There were many state troopers stationed inside and outside the Capitol building to keep order. As we walked through the building I was reminded of the words of Yahshua who said that in the last days it would be like the days of Noah, and the days of Sodom and Gomorrah. However when we got in the actual gallery where the legislative session was to take place it was orderly, and when the officials introduced me to begin my prayer you could have heard a pin drop. Everyone was quiet, even the spectators in the balcony. After my brief prayer many people came up to me to express deep appreciation for the invocation. When it was over I felt like I had done what I was supposed to do.

A few days later the House passed the bill in question and it went on to the Senate. At that point I felt inclined to go back to Austin because this was the critical time for the passing of this bill and I wanted to be part of the support group for the faithful Senators who were promoting this bill. So I arrived at the Capitol at 7 AM on July 12 and stood in line for 7 hours to get into the balcony of the senate gallery. There I sat from 2:30 until midnight when the bill finally passed.

As I walked out of the balcony I spoke to a man next to me and I remarked that we had won the battle but the war was not over, to which he agreed. Then as I walked out into the screaming unruly mob that awaited me, I passed by a woman in an orange shirt who looked me in the eye and said, Well you have won the battle but the war is not over. I suppose that was a confirmation.

What is the point of this battle, or what is the purpose of this war? How did this conflict get started anyway? Many years ago Satan rebelled and took a third of the angels with him. Then Adam and Eves downfall culminated with enmity between the seed of the serpent and the seed of the woman. This enmity is now ramped up to a full scale cultural war. Since we serve an Elohim who calls Himself a Man of War, and who expects us to emulate Him, now is not the time to retreat. There is no where to hide from this battle because Satan is wroth with the woman and is making war with those who keep the commandments of Elohim and have the testimony of Yahshua. Even though it sometimes seems futile, pleading for justice is always the right thing to do. There is no other way to keep the blood off of your hands. One of these days the war will be over, but not until the innocent blood has been requited.

The nature of the battle hasnt changed over the years, and neither has the solution to the conflict. To repent and believe the gospel will change your life so that you can then change the world by the power of the Holy Spirit.

John Robinson

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