Imposter Tour: Leaving San Antonio, Texas

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As we pulled out of San Antonio TX, we will sadly miss our old friends that we have been close to for about nine years. We had a wonderful time! We will also miss our new friends. We love you all.

In the hustle in bustle of everyday life, saving time by cutting corners whenever possible can be extremely beneficial. So when we get dirty laundry, sometimes going to the local laundry mat can save hours. I’ve seen it done, you can take an entire day of washing clothes at home, down to about two hours at the laundry mat. Isn’t that great?

2013523-harbord-mainNot only can washing your clothes at the laundry mat save time and be fun, but it is also a great place to meet new people. That is exactly what happened to us at a small San Antonio laundry mat. At first we were just having a small conversation with Eddy and his wife. He went on to tell us how this was his first time ever being at that laundry mat because it was in a bad part of town. Before to long the subject of our faith was brought up. By the time the laundry was done, Eddy and his wife were following us back to the campground we were staying at. We had such a wonderful time talking that night that we must have talked until about one in the morning. He took some of our movies, we prayed together and then we had to say our goodbyes. During our five weeks in San Antonio we kept in contact with Eddy. He wanted us to share his testimony of what Yahuwah had done for him with all you readers.

 “I give thanks to Yahuwah and Yahushua and the Spirit because there was one time in my life where I was going through a tough time. I was fighting to break off of climax, I felt I was going to die and I felt like I betrayed Jesus, because back then I used to live by the name of Jesus. At this time I did not know His Name, till one night I met Danny and his wife Linda. They told me He still loved me. He could still use my life no matter what I did wrong. They showed me the Father’s love. They also presented to me the true Names of the Father and Son. They told me the Father’s name is Yahuwah and the Son’s name, who died for me on the stake is Yahushua. I believed and yes I began to study. In my studying, the Set Apart Spirit showed me confirmation that this is the Truth. I trusted in the Spirit of Yahuwah and Yahushua and I believed. Ever since that night my life has never been the same. Yahushua healed me with His precious blood by His great power. I was no longer sick from climax, my stomach did not hurt anymore. I was no longer vomiting.  When He first healed me, He told me to live by His Name, His True Name. He told me not to forget about His Father Yahuwah. Since then, came great encounters with Him in my room, I’ve seen Him come and pray for me and my wife. I’ve even had great visions of what will come to past concerning great wars in our country. He’s revealed great things that I never really understood in His word.  He told me I am His messenger sent from Heaven.  He told me that He wants me to Spread His true Name and the Father’s Name.  He went on to tell me not many will stand up for their names. I told Him I will Yahuwah, Yahushua.  He told me to Spread His Name my Son. The people must know, and they will know because I will go forth in proclaiming His Name.  Since I have come into the truth, He has blessed me with a job. We had no furniture, no table to eat with our children, we had nothing but a car for my wife to get to work and so our children can get to school.  Yahushua has provided all these things for us and we have no needs.  I have peace in my heart, love, joy, Freedom from Drugs, from hate, suicide, depression, now because of His true Name!  Remember there is power in His name, there is Freedom, Peace, Love, Joy, Happiness all is found in His Name Yahushua. There’s power in the Father’s name Yahuwah also.  How do I know, because I experienced it the Day I began to live by their true Names.  Now the question is will you believe? Will you ever experience what I have, what my wife has, and what my children has? It’s up to you to believe, to trust and then you will see that all I’ve said is truth.”

Believe- Edward Alonzo and family

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Eddy and his family

(left to right) Eddie and Brother Danny

(left to right) Eddy and Brother Danny

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Battery was dead on our good camera so we had to use a different one.


HalleluYah!
That first night when we met, I still remember how Edward was constantly having to run to the bathroom. Before we left we prayed blessings upon Edward. and We prayed deliverance for him and his family also. We thank and praise Yahuwah for hearing our prayers. I speak a truth, there is indeed freedom from all forms of bondage in those who believe in Yahushua! Do not believe any of Satan’s lies. No matter how dark or bleak your life might be at this very moment Yahuwah, the Mighty One of Yisrael, can turn your life around. Seek Him and cry out to HIM…He loves you!

Do you see beloved ones how this works? Sow the seeds where ever and whenever you are able. You never know when you will be used to help call another out! Eddy has assured us that even though we are leaving this area what we started here, he will continue this work in the big city of San Antonio…HalleluYah! If you or someone you know suffers with an addiction and would like to talk to Edward just email us and we will connect you with him.

For I am thus reminded: For everyone who calls on the Name of YAHUWAH shall be saved.How then shall they call on Him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in Him of whom they have not heard? And how shall they hear without one proclaiming? And how shall they proclaim if they are not sent? As it has been written, How pleasant are the feet of those who bring the Good News of peace, who bring the Good News of the good!(Romans 10:13-15)

Are you a Temple Builder? If not I say, “Rise up ol’e children of Yisrael, now is the time to proclaim.”  Spread the Good News (The Besorah) now while it is still daylight as darkness is coming. Make full use of your ministry as outlined 2 Timothy 4:5. You do not need any special doctorate degree to be a Temple Builder. Just having the Ruach Ha Qodesh qualifies you to go forth and further the coming Kingdom! Do not believe those lies that you cannot do this…you can be a Temple Builder!

Pit Stop: The Alamo

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If you’ve been following our blog this month you’ll see that we have been extremely busy. Not only have we been busy doing stuff, but we’ve also been just as busy posting what we’ve been doing here on the blog. For those who are patiently waiting for emails to be responded to, etc… thank you for your patience and please be patient a little longer. We will address your question, comment or concern according to its importance and in the order it was received. We are slowly working on catching up with the emails. They seem to never end and are always piling up. Until then, we went to the Alamo. Not knowing any history of the Alamo we coincidentally arrived the very same day the battle of the Alamo began, February 23rd, 1836. Here is our family picture in front of the Alamo.

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(left to right) Daniel, Danny, Linda, Felicia & Michael

The Alamo, originally known as Mission San Antonio de Valero, is a former Roman Catholic mission and fortress compound and was the site of the Battle of the Alamo in 1836. It is now a museum in the Alamo Plaza District of Downtown San Antonio, Texas, USA. It was built by Spanish Franciscan priest Antonio de Olivares and Payaya Indians, and along with the Presidio San Antonio de Bexar and the Acequia Madre de Valero is the origin of the present city of San Antonio, Texas.

The compound, which originally comprised a sanctuary and surrounding buildings, was built by the Spanish Empire in the 18th century for the education of local Native Americans after their conversion to Christianity. In 1793, the mission was secularized and soon abandoned. Ten years later, it became a fortress housing the Mexican Army group the Second Flying Company of San Carlos de Parras, who likely gave the mission the name “Alamo.”

Mexican soldiers held the mission until December 1835, when General Martin Perfecto de Cos surrendered it to the Texian Army following the siege of Bexar. A relatively small number of Texian soldiers then occupied the compound. Texian General Sam Houston believed the Texians did not have the manpower to hold the fort and ordered Colonel James Bowie to destroy it. Bowie chose to disregard those orders and instead worked with Colonel James C. Neill to fortify the mission. On February 23, 1836 Mexican General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna led a large force of Mexican soldiers into San Antonio de Bexar and promptly initiated a siege. The siege ended on March 6, when the Mexican army attacked the Alamo; by the end of the Battle of the Alamo all or almost all of the defenders were killed. When the Mexican army retreated from Texas at the end of the Texas Revolution, they tore down many of the Alamo walls and burned some of the buildings.

For the next five years, the Alamo was periodically used to garrison soldiers, both Texian and Mexican, but was ultimately abandoned. In 1849, several years after Texas was annexed to the United States, the US Army began renting the facility for use as a quartermaster’s depot. The US Army abandoned the mission in 1876 after nearby Fort Sam Houston was established. The Alamo chapel was sold to the state of Texas, which conducted occasional tours but made no effort to restore it. The remaining buildings were sold to a mercantile company which operated them as a wholesale grocery store. (Wikipedia)

As with St. Augustine, the Catholics came over here threatening the Native American Indians to convert to Catholicism or die. Most walk through the Alamo tours with so much excitement of “Oh yeah! Texas won!” We walked through there with the thoughts of all the people, men, women and children that died during the battle over the Alamo.

Pit Stop: The San Antonio Zoo!

 

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Danny, Linda, Michael, Felicia & Daniel

Yep, we had a pit stop today and it was a lot of fun! We went to the San Antonio Zoo. It wasn’t as good as the Zoo in Cincinnati, Ohio. But as much fun as we had here, we are eager to go to the Cincinnati Zoo. Don’t worry, we’ll share the pictures of that pit stop too. Until then, check out what we saw at the Zoo in San Antonio, Texas.

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An amazing bird, standing about four and a half feet tall with a wingspan of over seven feet wide and only weighing a little over ten pounds is the Secretary Bird. When we first saw it, the first thing that came to mind was an Egyptian statue of a half bird, half man. The reason for such long legs is to help the secretary bird hunt for its prey, snake. They swoop down, land near the snake and stomp on em with their long legs. Goodbye Snake! If only we could kill snakes that easy.

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This one wasn’t laughing when we were there. But this is the laughing hyena. It looks like a stuffed animal, so fake and unreal looking, huh?

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The Pink Flamingo. The Pink Flamingo can weigh up to seven or eight pounds with a height of four to five feet tall. Yes, we did see a couple in this particular flock that looked about four or five feet tall. They were much taller than the others. Do you know why these Flamingos are so pink? The shrimp and algae they eat give them their pink pigment. Their color is so pretty.

honeybearsunbearHere’s a wakeup call for everyone who thought the original “Winnie the Pooh Bear” was a golden light brown color. The Sun Bear, also known as the Honey Bear is not a violent bear. He’s the bear who’s always trying to take the honey from the bees’ nest. Bees, beehive and honey are important parts of the Sun Bears’ diet. Almost five feet tall, weighing nearly one-hundred and forty-five pounds, the Sun Bear’s long, curvy, pointed claws and almost one foot long tongue help during their honey hunt. He looks similar to a dog in the face.

tiger2There was a cute Leopard there.
While the Leopard is the smallest of the four big cats, it can run to speeds up to 36 mph.
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Some more flamingos in another exhibit.
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porcupineA Porcupine and Two Porcupines sleeping together. The picture on the left looks like a hamster or guinea pig in the face. Porcupines normally have soft fur but their body is also covered with 1,000 quills, (each 30 centimeters long) that shoot at their predators when they feel threatened. Did you know each quills that they lose another one grows back in its place? Neat, huh?
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rhino A Rhinoceros. Did you know, on the black market, a Rhino’s horn is worth just as much as gold? Sad but true. Rhinos poached in Africa and Southern Asia for their horns.
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lionA Lion. Ever wondered why male lions have manes? It has been scientifically tested that the size, color and thickness of a lions mane reveals his strength and age. and even health. Lions who are old have thinner manes. Lions who are sick have very little to no mane at all. Interesting, huh?
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cheetaThe Cheetah, with the ability to run up to 75mph can accelerate from 0-60 in as little as three seconds That is four times the acceleration of humans. Did you know the Cheetah can weigh up to 160lb!
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kangarooKangaroos, when standing up tall, are nearly six feet in height. Not only is that amazing, but they can jump as far as 30 feet in one stride! Not to mention, they can travel up to 30mph. There may be mobs in New York, but in Australia they call the Kangaroo herds ‘mobs’. These “Aussie” mobs are typically of about 50 or more. Newborn baby Kangaroos are called “Joeys” and are born only being one inch long! Pretty amazing, I’d say! No wonder they can fit in their Momma’s belly pouch.

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There were lots of different Alligators and Crocodiles.
The bottom one has a very interesting looking snout, doesn’t it?
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We got to see the official made in San Antonio TWO HEADED TURTLE!
Man-made engineering at its best.
At least they’re honest and tell us they made it here in San Antonio, Texas!
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Even though there were many more pictures, we can’t show them all to you.
Here is a video of the Hippos being fed:

We had a pit stop today and it was a lot of fun! We went to the San Antonio Zoo. Here is a video of the Zoo Keepers feeding the Hippos.

The Zoo Keepers place a colored shape in front of the glass. If the Hippos place their head directly in front of the colored shape, they get a treat and you can see the Hippos open their enormous mouth to catch the apple pieces. As you can see in the video, there are fish in the same tank as the Hippos. They all get along together. The fish will eat stuff from the Hippos teeth and skin and the Hippos do not eat the fish.

These two Hippos are mail and female. The male is in the window to the far left and the female is in the middle and right windows. They are both the same age, 39 years old. The female is on birth control because it is so hard to find homes for the baby Hippos.

Imposter Tour #22: Traders Village – San Antonio, Texas

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You know we told you Orlando, Florida’s Flea World is America’s Largest Flea Market, but apparently, with over 100 acres, San Antonio, Texas’ Traders Village has been rated America’s #1 Flea Markets.
traders2tvTraders Village isn’t just one flea market either. This particular flea market has three in the state of Texas. It is a nice flea market. Don’t have to worry about the rain spoiling your parade here. Parade… yep, that’s right. This is more than just a flea market. It’s an amusement park with a train ride around the place too! Karaoke, petting zoo, yard sale, shopping mall, furniture store, pet store, clothing, belts, home décor, jewelry, food, campground and so much more. They may have something going for them here that Orlando’s Flea World doesn’t have. But there is one thing they don’t have going for them though and that is smelly and filthy public restrooms!

Anyways, we had a really good time here at Traders Village. Everyone had their shift sitting at the table giving away DVDs and we gave away lots! Here are a couple pictures:

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Sister Felicia, Brother Danny in his Texas cowboy hat and Sister Linda.

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Sister Felicia and Sister Linda, Yahuwah’s two miracle women! As you can see behind them, this is indeed a busy flea market! Here is another photo…

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We’ll be leaving San Antonio around the end of February, first of March. I think we have a flea market to go to next week, our last one for San Antonio. Texas.

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Where are we going next? We are going to be here in Texas until mid March 2014. Our hopes are to head down toward Corpus Christi and over to Houston, Texas. There is a Trader’s Village in Houston. You might just get to see us there. Our last stop for Texas is in Canton. There’s a big flea market there waiting for us! Maybe we can see you while we’re here, hurry, fill out the form below and let us know where you are!
It’s not too late to see ya’ll Texans before we leave! Want us to come see you for fellowship, to visit or show our movies in your congregation, or if you know of a popular flea market in your area?

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Imposter Tour #21: Eisenhauer Rd. Market

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Eisenhauer Rd. Market – San Antonio

Told you we weren’t done with San Antonio. Today we went to the Eisenhauer Rd. Market. Here are some pictures:

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Setting up

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All setup and ready.

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We weren’t the only ones busy setting up.
After the market opened people started coming.

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Not just one…

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Two…

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or three…

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but so many more! We gave away more DVDs here at this flea market than any other one this year so far. How awesome! HalleluYAH!

We’re still not done in San Antonio, Texas.
We’ll be leaving San Antonio around the end of February, first of March.

San Antonio, are we done with you yet? Nope, we have more flea markets in this city. Stay tuned cause there is more to come.

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Where are we going next? We are going to be here in Texas until mid March 2014. Want us to come see you for fellowship, to visit or show our movies in your congregation, or if you know of a popular flea market in your area?

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Imposter Tour #20: Flea Mart- San Antonio

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Flea Mart – San Antionio – Feb 2014

What a mad house! After waiting 20 minutes in traffic at the entrance to buy a parking spot, you better have even more fun finding a place to park! Once you got your car parked, finished dodging the driving vehicles coming and going in the parking lot, you have a whole other obstacle ahead of you! The shopping experience. While this extremely busy flea market was good for The Imposter Tour, it wasn’t a very good shopping experience when trying to make your way through from one shop to the other. It was loud and traffic jam after traffic jam. This flea market is so big, I think they have a problem with having a variety of shops. There must have been a Catholic relic and First Communion outfitter shop down every row. You sure can tell what’s popular in this part of Texas. Catholicism is on the rise!

As we mentioned before, the busy crowds were very good for The Imposter Tour and praise Yahuwah, He brought the ones He is calling into His Truth to our table to receive the free DVD(s) of their choice.

Here are some pictures:
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IMG_7722Brother Danny setting up the TV. We have a new idea we’ve been doing now. To grab passerby’s attention, we have our movies playing on a TV. It has worked good so far.

IMG_7725Brother Michael setting up the DVDs on the table.

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The table is set

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And the crowds are rolling in!

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And we’re ready for them all! Since we are a Ministry and wasn’t selling anything they gave us a special spot in the front of the flea market near the concession area. This was beneficial because it was near the main entrance and everyone saw us sitting there in the eating area. Yahuwah has a purpose for everything. Normally, we pay for a booth, but we even got to stay in this spot at no charge!

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Brother Danny and Sister Linda standing behind the table.

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Brother Danny answering questions and talking about what each DVD is about. This particular couple took one of each, they were especially excited that “The Great Conspiracy” is in Spanish also.

We had a great time here at the Flea-Mart.

San Antonio, are we done with you yet? Nope, we have more flea markets in this city. Stay tuned cause there is more to come.

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Where are we going next? We are going to be here in Texas until mid March 2014. Want us to come see you for fellowship, to visit or show our movies in your congregation, or if you know of a popular flea market in your area?

Fil out the form below: 



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San Antonio Post Office Adventure

Michael went on an adventure during his trip to the San Antonio, Texas Post Office this past week. Yep, that’s right, we are right here in San Antonio, Texas. But only for a limited time. Are you in San Antonio, Texas? Do you want to fellowship or visit? Send us an email letting us know.

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Michael looks cold, and it was very cold! Around 30 degrees F. Michael set up all the packages next to the Alamo. Have you ever been to the Alamo. We haven’t until just now.

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This wasn’t just any ordinary post office here in San Antonio. It’s also a court house. Which only means one thing. Metal Detectors and Body Scanners!

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They don’t discriminate here, if you want to enter, you gotta go through the scanners. Here is Michael, which the packages sitting on the floor, placing his jacket in the tote just before walking through the scanner in front of him.

This isn’t our first trip to the post office. We’ll being seeing you again soon!