Torah Restoration Ministries

Evangelist Daniel John Lee

And to the angel of the congregation in Philadelphia write -- These things says He that is holy, He that is true, He that has the Key of David, He that opens, and no man shuts, and shuts, and no man opens.  I know your works: behold, I have set before you an open door, and no man can shut it: for you have a little strength, and have kept My Word, and have not denied My Name . . ."


The Paradigm Shift

Greetings all in the Matchless Name of YahShua!

In every great reformation that the church has had, there has always been a paradigm shift for the majority of believers.

In Luther's time, the paradigm shift was to throw off the tyranny of papal Rome and return to the simplicty of scriptures.

In Finney's time, the paradigm shift was to throw off the tyranny of a gospel that brought death and embrace a gospel the freed one from sin, returning back to the simplicity of living sinless and holy.

And in our time, 2005, the paradigm shift is to recognize that a gospel which denies the need to keep the Torah of Moshe is false and that the only true gospel is to obey the so called "old testament law" unto Jesus.  It is to re-open eyes to Matthew 5:17-21, that Jesus came not to abolish the Mosaic Law but to renew it, and wants us all to keep every last jot and tittle of that Torah.

It was in early 1999, that Bro Cope, the webmaster on Jed Smock's board, declared a vision he had received.  He saw a house, crumbling, rotting, ready to be torn down.  He then saw the snow begin to fall (please see article by Daniel Botkin on Torah and Snow at

After the snow had fallen and covered all the rubbish with a glorious sheen of white, the Spring began to emerge, beautiful grass and flowers.  Then the wedding feast was to be arranged.

This vision is even now beginning to come to pass.

The cold winds of change are blowing across Christendom, bringing with it the beatufiul snow flakes of the Messianic Torah keepers.  We are going to cover that old, rotting house of pagan christianity that can no longer sustain itself.  We are going to cover the rotting, dead Bride in glory and beauty.

And then, as more and more believers turn to the Torah of Moshe, a new spring will emerge.  A new day will dawn.  The Bride will begin standing on its feet in power and might as never before, as she returns back to her Jewish roots and begins to follow the Torah of Moshe.

This last Great Reformation, which may last as long as the next 24-50 years, will bring us to the Marriage Supper of the Lamb, for at the end of this paradigm shift, the Bride of Messiah will have finally made herself ready to meet her Groom.

Do you hear the wedding bells?  Do you smell the snow?  Do you sense the change?

It is coming and nothing on heaven or earth or under the earth can stop it.