Vultures and a Broken Cross

A few weeks ago, April 25th, 2015, to be exact, we were coming home from the Shabbat IMG_20150425_170133288_HDRservice at Issachar Oasis in Irmo, SC.  As we flashed past an old country church, I saw a sight that I had to turn around and take pics of.  On top of the church were about 25 buzzards or vultures.  This is a church that is still in regular use…

As we stopped to take several pics I noticed a tent in the adjacent graveyard for a funeral service that had very recently happened.  It all led to an eerie feeling.   Maybe even the ring of prophecy, but I resisted the temptation to post pics and just filed it away in the back of my mind.

Well, six weeks later, today, we are again traveling the same road on our way home from Shabbat and IMG_20150606_171954659_HDRI see something that takes my breath away, while hearing my son behind me gasp, “Whoa, whoa, whoa!!  Dad, did you see that?”

“Yes!!  Wow!!,” I exclaimed, as I hit the brakes and looked for a place to turn around for pictures.

We have not seen this building since the April 25th pics, yet here was the same church building with the cross broken off and dangling by a seeming thread.

Just, wow!!  suddenly, I hear the echo of my son’s voice saying, “Woe, woe, woe!!”

Very eerie.

Prophetic?  I don’t know, but seriously shocking.

Author: Pete Rambo

Details in 'About' page @ Basically, husband of one, father of four. Pastor x 11 years, former business and military background. Micro-farmer. Messianic believer in Yeshua haMashiach!

10 thoughts on “Vultures and a Broken Cross”

    1. Mike,

      Sorry I have been so slow getting back with you. I really need to talk to a few contacts and make a list I can post on my blog…

      Here is one that was given to me while in Eshel Hashomron by a local that I spoke with. He gave me a note with the following information:

      Yishei Rinehart, a two house man ministering to people in need.

      Hands of Mercy
      6 Rehove Herzl
      Sederot 80100

      Hope that helps for now and I’ll get a couple more that I can post on the blog.



  1. Thanks Pete. I also hope that you will do a blog on two house theology. That’s a new one to me. I just listened to Zack’s presentation.
    How are the Sunday school people that you teach reacting to your beliefs?

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    1. I am working on something connected to two house. Maybe some clarifications of my views and comparrison of variants…

      Sunday school is going well. I will be there a couple more weeks. Over all, reception has been very god. Biggest lesson for me is to start with common ground and build using pieces the church already accepts and believes. Just take those pieces to their logical conclusion… I.e., Who is ‘The Angel of the Lord?’ Who stood in the burning bush? Who ate and drank with Moses and the elders on the Mountain? With those pieces, then, who gave the Torah?

      There are many, many logical fallacies in Christendom. We just have to gently set them up and then ask the hard questions.


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