As the Day draws near

https://hebrew4christians.com/Scripture/Parashah/Summaries/Eikev/Yom_Adonai/yom_adonai.html

Very interesting stuff. I have always loved anything to do with prophetic events as it allows me to compare with the prophecies of my people. It almost lines up with what we have been told by our elders many years ago for me now. I recall many talks around the fires in the evenings and later afternoons as I listened to those elders speak of stuff like this.

We say ganajmowen to describe prophetic events that are set to happen at some point in the future of our years. Creational and Durational times has always been seen as approximately 7,000 years for most people. I learned this from some of the travels I have done seeking the truth of prophecy among some of our aboriginal societies around the world. Many of our elders encouraged me to seek out other cultures and their teachings as to prophecy and what their teachings had to reveal. In other words, I was to make comparisons and seek the truth out. They always believed that everything was confirmed by two or three witnesses.

Many people have shared with me what they think about the longevity of this world, but our prophecies say it is going to come to an end. We are slowly poisoning our air, water, and food supply as we move along through life and that affects everyone. The old people who shared many of these prophecies with me when I was younger are no longer here, but they always spoke of the end as though it was set in stone. Prophecy is indeed like that!

Ode ekendemyan bgeji ebmadsewat edebwetagwzewat ode ganajmowen. Nanakech ejajibtebyan ngoji enendemyan wa je shewebek iw pi endomat o mnedo shkwase eyawen……..

Iw enajmoyan ngom….

Nin se Neaseno.

Published by neaseno

I was born on Powers Bluff in Wood County, Wisconsin, into a traditional community of Neshnabek. I was raised speaking only native languages, and learned to speak English upon entering school at the age of 6. As of this writing, I am one of 5 remaining Heritage Fluent Speakers of Potawatomi.

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