The End Time Establishment of Zion to Conquer the Nations

 

July 25, 2016 Tuesday
2 Samuel 5 and Deuteronomy 7:

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July 7, 2017 Friday
2 Samuel 5:
The establishment of Zion, that is, Jerusalem required that David conquer those that were accusing him of being blind and lame and sought to curse David with the lame and blind that he might become lame and blind. David showed no mercy to these who were lame and blind as they also sought to curse him to be like them. He conquered the Jebusite and thus conquered and established Jerusalem. May we also conquer those that would falsely accuse us of being spiritually lame and blind. May we not spare that which makes us spiritually lame and blind but be courageous to walk in the authority of the LORD.

2Sam 5:6-10 (KJV) 6And the king and his men went to Jerusalem unto the Jebusites, the inhabitants of the land: which spake unto David, saying, Except thou take away the blind and the lame, thou shalt not come in hither: thinking, David cannot come in hither.7Nevertheless David took the strong hold of Zion: the same is the city of David.8And David said on that day, Whosoever getteth up to the gutter, and smiteth the Jebusites, and the lame and the blind, that are hated of David’s soul, he shall be chief and captain. Wherefore they said, The blind and the lame shall not come into the house.9So David dwelt in the fort, and called it the city of David. And David built round about from Millo and inward.10And David went on, and grew great, and the LORD God of hosts was with him.

Heb 12:22-29 (KJV)

22But ye are come unto mount Sion, and unto the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem, and to an innumerable company of angels,23To the general assembly and church of the firstborn, which are written in heaven, and to God the Judge of all, and to the spirits of just men made perfect,24And to Jesus the mediator of the new covenant, and to the blood of sprinkling, that speaketh better things than that of Abel.25See that ye refuse not him that speaketh. For if they escaped not who refused him that spake on earth, much more shall not we escape, if we turn away from him that speaketh from heaven:26Whose voice then shook the earth: but now he hath promised, saying, Yet once more I shake not the earth only, but also heaven.27And this word, Yet once more, signifieth the removing of those things that are shaken, as of things that are made, that those things which cannot be shaken may remain.28Wherefore we receiving a kingdom which cannot be moved, let us have grace, whereby we may serve God acceptably with reverence and godly fear:29For our God is a consuming fire.

Heb 12:11-17 (KJV)

11Now no chastening for the present seemeth to be joyous, but grievous: nevertheless afterward it yieldeth the peaceable fruit of righteousness unto them which are exercised thereby.12Wherefore lift up the hands which hang down, and the feeble knees;13And make straight paths for your feet, lest that which is lame be turned out of the way; but let it rather be healed.14Follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord:15Looking diligently lest any man fail of the grace of God; lest any root of bitterness springing up trouble you, and thereby many be defiled;16Lest there be any fornicator, or profane person, as Esau, who for one morsel of meat sold his birthright.17For ye know how that afterward, when he would have inherited the blessing, he was rejected: for he found no place of repentance, though he sought it carefully with tears.



Def: Zion
H6726 צִּיוֹן Tsiyown (tsee-yone’) n/l.

1. Tsijon (as a permanent capital), a mountain of Jerusalem

[the same (regularly) as H6725]

KJV: Zion.

Root(s): H6725
H6725
צִּיוּן tsiyuwn (tsee-yoon’) n-m.

1. a monumental or guiding pillar

[from the same as H6723 in the sense of conspicuousness]

KJV: sign, title, waymark.

Root(s): H6723

1401) Iy% (Iy% TsY) ac: ? co: Desert ab: ?: The desert nomads life was a continual traveling from one location to another always hunting for pastures. The stars and terrain served as landmarks to guide the nomad on his journey. This parent root is related to ay through the idea of migration as an issuing out. (eng: sign)

A) Iy% (Iy% TsY) ac: ? co: Desert ab: ?

Nm) Iy% (Iy% TsY) — Ship: Just as the nomad travels the wilderness, ships are nomads of the sea. [freq. 4] |kjv: ship| {H6716}

Nf1) Eiy% (Eiy% Ts-YH) — Desert: [freq. 16] |kjv: dry, wilderness, drought, solitary, barren| {H6723}

fm) Iiy% (Iiy% Ts-YY) — Desert: [freq. 6] |kjv: desert, wilderness| {H6728}

jm) Nfiy% (Nfiy% Ts-YWN) — I. Desert: II. Landmark: The marks in the desert which the nomad follows as road signs. [freq. 5] |kjv: dry, title, waymark, sign| {H6724, H6725}

H6723 צִּיָה tsiyah (tsee-yaw’) n-f.

1. aridity

2. (concretely) a desert

[from an unused root meaning to parch]

KJV: barren, drought, dry (land, place), solitary place, wilderness.

Def: Jebusite he will be trodden down.

H2983 יְבוּסִי Yebuwciy (yeb-oo-see’) n-m.

1. a Jebusite or inhabitant of Jebus

[patrial from H2982]
H2982
יְבוּס Ybuwc (yeb-oos’) n/l.

1. trodden, i.e. threshing-place

2. Jebus, the aboriginal name of Jerusalem

[from H947]

H947 בּוּס buwc (boos) v.

1. to trample (literally or figuratively)

Strong’s #947: AHLB#1038-J (V)

1038) Xb% (Xb% BS) ac: Trample co: Corral ab: ?: The corral or pen is used for storing livestock.

C) Xba% (Xba% ABS) ac: Feed co: Fat ab: ?: Livestock chosen for slaughter are placed in pens and fed to make them.

V) Xba% (Xba% A-BS) — Fat: [freq. 2] (vf: Paal) |kjv: fatted, stalled| {H75}

dm) Xfba% (Xfba% A-BWS) — Manger: A feeding trough. [freq. 3] |kjv: crib| {H18}

adm) Xfbam% (Xfbam% MA-BWS) — Granary: A place for storing feed. [freq. 1] |kjv: storehouse| {H3965}

J) Xfb% (Xfb% BWS) ac: Trample co: ? ab: ?: The ground inside the stall is heavily trampled by the livestock and made hard and compact.

V) Xfb% (Xfb% BWS) — Tread: [freq. 12] (vf: Paal, Hophal) |kjv: tread, loathe| {H947}

if1) Exfbt% (Exfbt% T-BW-SH) — Trampled: To be destroyed by being tread upon. [freq. 1] |kjv: destruction| {H8395}

kf1) Exfbm% (Exfbm% M-BW-SH) — Trampled: [freq. 3] |kjv: tread down, tread under foot| {H4001}

Adopted Roots;

AHLB#2044 Xsb Trample

AHLB#2249 Xbk Wash

AHLB#2251 Sbk Subdue, Footstool

 

July 13, 2017 Thursday
Deuteronomy 7:
http://shamah-elim.info/girgash.htm#The_7_types_of_evil_spirits

Spirit name

Meaning of name

Abbreviated explanation of effects

Hittites Sons of terror Subliminal torments, phobias, terror, depression, deceit
Girgashites Clay dwellers Focus on earthliness, unbelief in what cannot be seen
Amorites Mountain people; renowned Obsession with earthly fame and glory, domineering
Canaanites Lowlands people Addictions, perversions, exaggerated people-pleasing
Perizzites Belonging to a village Limited vision, laziness, low self-esteem
Hivites Villagers Vision limited to enjoying an earthly inheritance, hedonism
Jebusites Threshers Suppression of spiritual authority in fellow believers, legalism


Hittites: from Heth meaning terror.

H2850 חִתּתִּי Chittiy (khit-tee’) n-m.

1. a Chittite, or descendant of Cheth

[patronymically from H2845]

KJV: Hittite, Hittities.

Root(s): H2845

H2845 חֵת Cheth (khayth) n/p.

1. terror

2. Cheth, an aboriginal Canaanite

[from H2865]

Hittites. [Hit’tites]

The descendants of Heth, a son of Canaan, and hence descendants of Ham: a numerous race who inhabited Palestine. In God’s covenant with Abraham their territory was to be possessed by his descendants. Gen. 15:20. On the death of Sarah, Abraham bought the field and cave of Machpelah from the Hittites. His intercourse and contract with them show that they were a civilised race, used to commercial transactions. Gen. 23:3-20. This was near or at Hebron in the south of Palestine, whereas other passages speak of them in the north, between the Lebanon and the Euphrates, which was probably where they originally settled, Joshua 1:4; and there are intimations that they continued a powerful and warlike race after Palestine was possessed by Israel. 1 Kings 10:29; 2 Kings 7:6. Ahimelech and Uriah, eminent men in the time of David, were Hittites. 1 Sam. 26:6; 2 Sam. 23:39.

In various parts of Palestine and Syria monuments have been found of the Hittites, and in Egypt there are records of a long defensive treaty that was made between the Egyptians and the Hittites, showing that the latter were an important race. The Tell Amarna tablets show that they seized upon Damascus then held by Egypt. Letter after letter urged Egypt to come to the rescue. Their features even are now well understood on the monuments, being described as a people with yellow skins and ‘mongoloid ‘ features, receding foreheads, oblique eyes, and protruding upper jaws.

Girgashites: a stranger drawing near

H1622 גִּרגָּשִׁי Girgashiy (ghir-gaw-shee’) adj.

1. a Girgashite, one of the native tribes of Canaan

[patrial from an unused name (of uncertain derivation)]

KJV: Girgashite, Girgasite.

Girgasites, Girgashites.

means dwelling in clayey soil, the descendants of the fifth son of Canaan ( Genesis 10:16 ), one of the original tribes inhabiting the land of Canaan before the time of the Israelites ( Genesis 15:21 ; Deuteronomy 7:1 ). They were a branch of the great family of the Hivites. Of their geographical position nothing is certainly known. Probably they lived somewhere in the central part of Western Palestine.

A people established early in Canaan, the origin of whom is not known, except that they were descended from Canaan. Gen. 10:16; Gen. 15:21; Deut. 7:1; Joshua 3:10; Joshua 24:11; 1 Chr. 1:14; Neh. 9:8.

Amorites: a sayer and also literally the high one. Known as mountaineers.

H567 אֱמוֹרִי ‘Emoriy (em-o-ree’) n-m.

1. thus, a mountaineer

2. an Emorite, one of the Canaanitish tribes

[probably a patronymic from an unused name derived from H559 in the sense of publicity, i.e. prominence]

KJV: Amorite.

Root(s): H559

H559 אָמַר ‘amar (aw-mar’) v.

1. to say (used with great latitude)

Amorites.

A people descended from Canaan, son of Ham. Gen. 10:16, They dwelt in the mountains, as their name signifies, and were apparently at times in the mountains both east and west of the Jordan. Num. 13:29; Joshua 5:1; Judges 1:34-36; Judges 10:8; 1 Kings 4:19. Being the most dominant and the most corrupt people or tribe they sometimes represent the Canaanites generally. Gen. 15:16; 1 Kings 21:26. When Abraham was at Hebron some confederated with him. Gen. 14:13. A remnant out of the Gentile nations was thus associated with the heir of promise, though Lot (a type of Israel after the flesh) had separated from him.

When Israel approached the promised land, they were in the east, and refused to let Israel pass; but they were overcome, their cities taken, and the people slain, with Sihon their king. Num. 21:21-26; Deut. 2:24; Amos 2:9, 10. Some must have escaped, for we read of them later, and one of the controversies Jehovah had with Israel was for worshipping their gods. Ezra 9:1, 2. Solomon made them tributary. 1 Kings 9:20, 21; 2 Chr. 8:7, 8. The Gibeonites were a remnant of the Amorites. 2 Sam. 21:2. After this nothing is heard of them. The low state of Jerusalem (Judah) by nature is described by stating her origin, her father being an Amorite and her mother a Hittite, but God in grace had compassion upon her in her degradation, and raised her into great glory; though, alas, she was shamefully unfaithful. Ezek. 16:3-43.

Canaanites: a trafficker,
H3669 כְּנַעַנִי Kna`aniy (ken-ah-an-ee’) adj.

1. a Kenaanite or inhabitant of Kenaan

2. (by implication) a pedlar (the Canaanites standing for their neighbors the Ishmaelites, who conducted mercantile caravans)

[patrial from H3667]

H3667 כְּנַעַן Kna`an (ken-ah’-an) n-m.

1. humiliated

2. Kenaan, a son a Ham

3. also the country inhabited by him

[from H3665]

H3665 כָּנַע kana` (kaw-nah’) v.

1. (properly) to bend the knee

2. (hence) to humiliate, vanquish

Strong’s #3665: AHLB#2268 (V)

2268) Onk% (Onk% KNAh) ac: Lower co: Bundle ab: Humility: When a large bundle is placed on the shoulders the person is bent down low. [from: nk – gathering together a bundle]

V) Onk% (Onk% K-NAh) — Lower: To be brought down low in humility or submission. [freq. 36] (vf: Niphal, Hiphil) |kjv: humble, subdue, low, down, subjection| {H3665}

ef1) Eonik% (Eonik% KYN-AhH) — Bundle: [freq. 1] |kjv: ware| {H3666}

Canaanites, The. [Ca’naanites ]

The descendants of Canaan the son of Ham, of whom the Jubusites, the Amorites, the Girgashites, the Hivites, the Arkites, the Sinites, the Arvadites, the Zemarites, and the Hamathites were branches. They were “spread abroad, and the border of the Canaanites was from Sidon, as thou comest to Gerar, unto Gaza: as thou goest unto Sodom and Gomorrha, and Admah, and Zeboim, even unto Lasha.” Gen. 10:15-19. In Gen. 15:18-21, where the land promised to Abram extends to the river Euphrates, there are ten nations mentioned: the Kenites, the Kenizzites, the Kadmonites, the Hittites, the Perizzites, the Rephaims, the Amorites, the Canaanites, the Girgashites, and the Jebusites. Deut. 7:1; Joshua 3:10. Here and elsewhere the Canaanites are only one people of many; whereas in other places the term Canaanite appears to include any of the inhabitants of Canaan, as in Joshua 17:12, 13; Neh. 9:24; Obadiah 20; Zech. 14:21. The same Hebrew word is translated ‘merchant’ in Job 41:6; Prov. 31:24; Isa. 23:8; so the passage in Zech. 14:21 may signify “there shall no more be the merchant in the house of the Lord of hosts.” cf. John 2:16.

Perizzites: rustic squatter

H6522 פְּרִזִּי Prizziy (per-iz-zee’) adj.

1. inhabitant of the open country

2. a Perizzite, one of the Canaanitish tribes

[for H6521]

H6521 פְּרָזִי פְּרוֹזִי praziy (per-aw-zee’) (or prowziy {per-o-zee’}) n-m.

1. a rustic

[from H6519]

2635) Zrp% (Zrp% PRZ) ac: ? co: Village ab: ?: The rural villages are scattered about the country side and have no wall for protection. [from: rp – scattering]

Nm) Zrp% (Zrp% P-RZ) — Peasant: One who dwells in a town without walls. [freq. 1] |kjv: village| {H6518}

Nf1) Ezrp% (Ezrp% PR-ZH) — Village: A town or village without walls of protection. [freq. 3] |kjv: unwalled| {H6519}

fm) Izrp% (Izrp% P-R-ZY) — Village: A town or village without walls of protection. [df: yzwrp] [freq. 3] |kjv: country, unwalled| {H6521}

fm) Izrp% (Izrp% P-R-ZY) — Village: A town or village without walls of protection. [freq. 3] |kjv: village| {H6521}

jm) Nfzrp% (Nfzrp% PR-ZWN) — Peasant: One who dwells in a town without walls. [freq. 2] |kjv: village| {H6520}

One of the ancient nations in Palestine. They are several times the only people named along with the Canaanites. Joseph’s descendants were told by Joshua to take the land of the Perizzites, where they are classed with the giants. Joshua 17:15. Though they were in a great measure either driven out or slain by the Israelites, yet some dwelt with the children of Israel, and intermarried with them. Judges 3:5, 6. In the days of Solomon those that were still in the land were made bondservants. It is not known definitely in what part of Canaan they were originally located, but by Joshua 17:14-18 it was probably near Manasseh’s lot on the west. Gen. 13:7; Ex. 3:8, 17; Joshua 3:10; Joshua 9:1; Judges 1:4, 5; 1 Kings 9:20; Ezra 9:1; Neh. 9:8, etc.

Hivites: showers of life, livers

H2340 חִוִּי Chivviy (khiv-vee’) n-m.

1. a villager

2. a Chivvite, one of the aboriginal tribes of Israel

[perhaps from H2333]

H2333 חַוָּה chavvah (khav-vaw’) n-f.

1. (by implication) an encampment or village

[(properly) the same as H2332 (life-giving, i.e. living-place)]

KJV: (small) town.

Root(s): H2332

1167) Fh% (Fh% HhW) ac: Declare co: ? ab: Declaration

A) Fh% (Fh% HhW) ac: Declare co: Town ab: ?

Nf1) Efh% (Efh% Hh-WH) — Town: As a place where one declares the words of another. [freq. 4] |kjv: town| {H2333}

H) Efh% (Efh% HhWH) ac: Declare co: ? ab: ?

V) Efh% (Efh% Hh-WH) — Declare: [Hebrew and Aramaic] [ar: awx] [freq. 20] (vf: Piel) |kjv: shew| {H2324, H2331}

K) Fha% (Fha% AHhW) ac: Declare co: ? ab: Declaration

One of the races found early in Palestine: they were descendants of Ham through Canaan. Gen. 10:17. Jacob, on his return to Palestine, found Shechem occupied by the Hivites. Gen. 34:2. They also possessed Gibeon, and found means to deceive Joshua into making a league with them. Joshua 9:3, 7. They seemed to be more a commercial than a warlike people. We also find the Hivites in the north in mount Lebanon, and Israel was beguiled into making marriage contracts with them. Judges 3:3, 5, 6. In the days of Solomon they were still in the land, and were made tributary to Israel. 1 Kings 9:20. Israel suffered through not carrying out the directions of God to cast out these and other inhabitants of the land. They were by them led into idolatry.

Jebusites: he will be trodden down

H2983 יְבוּסִי Yebuwciy (yeb-oo-see’) n-m.

1. a Jebusite or inhabitant of Jebus

[patrial from H2982]

KJV: Jebusite(-s).

H2982 יְבוּס Ybuwc (yeb-oos’) n/l.

1. trodden, i.e. threshing-place

2. Jebus, the aboriginal name of Jerusalem

[from H947]

KJV: Jebus.

Root(s): H947

H947 בּוּס buwc (boos) v.

1. to trample (literally or figuratively)

[a primitive root]

Strong’s #947: AHLB#1038-J (V)

1038) Xb% (Xb% BS) ac: Trample co: Corral ab: ?: The corral or pen is used for storing livestock.

C) Xba% (Xba% ABS) ac: Feed co: Fat ab: ?: Livestock chosen for slaughter are placed in pens and fed to make them.

V) Xba% (Xba% A-BS) — Fat: [freq. 2] (vf: Paal) |kjv: fatted, stalled| {H75}

dm) Xfba% (Xfba% A-BWS) — Manger: A feeding trough. [freq. 3] |kjv: crib| {H18}

adm) Xfbam% (Xfbam% MA-BWS) — Granary: A place for storing feed. [freq. 1] |kjv: storehouse| {H3965}

J) Xfb% (Xfb% BWS) ac: Trample co: ? ab: ?: The ground inside the stall is heavily trampled by the livestock and made hard and compact.

V) Xfb% (Xfb% BWS) — Tread: [freq. 12] (vf: Paal, Hophal) |kjv: tread, loathe| {H947}

if1) Exfbt% (Exfbt% T-BW-SH) — Trampled: To be destroyed by being tread upon. [freq. 1] |kjv: destruction| {H8395}

kf1) Exfbm% (Exfbm% M-BW-SH) — Trampled: [freq. 3] |kjv: tread down, tread under foot| {H4001}

Adopted Roots;

AHLB#2044 Xsb Trample

AHLB#2249 Xbk Wash

AHLB#2251 Sbk Subdue, Footstool

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