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The Secret of Overcoming Consumming Consumate Love

 

Febuary 15, 2018
Song of Solomon 8:

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February 14, 2018 Wednesday
Song of Songs 8:

There is the longing to have intimate fellowship with the bridegroom and to so know Him that one is no longer reserved at fully expressing love to Him and expressing a confidence of oneness that is with the authority as if they were already married. The concern is to not go ahead and try to force this relationship to come to be and therefore those that would so Prod are commanded to not so influence the Bridegroom. This is because it must be from the heart that the bridegroom responds and therefore it is necessary to endure to the appointed mature time. 1-4

It is through the trials in the wilderness that the bride comes forth out of these trials into a full mature marriage relationship with the Bridegroom. The roots of godly heritage in the body of Christ brought forth the bride in the place of overcoming the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Now the love relationship has grown and matured to a love for God, the bridegroom that is so strong that it cannot be quenced even to death and the loss of all matieral gain. 5-7

The relationship with one another in the body of Christ must be such that those that have great lack are loved and given with great sacrifice what will build them to be fully mature and without lack in this oneness with each other that is also in the bridegroom. Then the LORD will see the maturity of the bride in all her beauty and she will labor in the vineyard and gladly bring the fruit to the bridegroom. 8-12

It is in the fields of labor for the LORD out of free full love that the bride now is so mature that she can hear the voice of the bridegroom and be at the marriage supper consumate this marriage that never ends. 13-14

February 15, 2018 Thursday
2nd Kings 2:

To receive a double portion of the Holy Spirit requires that we be watching and alert and be whole hearted to go all the way even when the LORD tells it is find if we hold back and stay where we are.

From: 2015 on December 22
2nd Kings 2:

To receive the double portion of the Holy Spirit requires that we not allow any of the distractions of this world or even the advise of Christian leaders or members of our assembly in Christ to distract us with their advise. The starting place is the house of God and then we begin to hunger for more as we sense the fragrance of God’s presence until we descend into the place of humbling to continue until we cross over and obtain it.

Bethel:

Def:
H1008 בֵּיתּ ־ אֵל Beyth-‘El (bayth-ale’) n/l.

1. house of God

2. Beth-El, a place in Israel

[from H1004 and H410]

KJV: Beth-el.

Root(s): H1004, H410

Jericho: Def: let him smell it, place of fragrance
H3405 יְרִיחוֹ יְרֵחוֹ יְרִיחוֹה Yriychow (yer-ee-kho’) (or Yrechow {yer-ay-kho’} or variation (1 Kings 16) n/l.

1. fragrant

2. Jericho or Jerecho, a place in Israel

[perhaps from H3394; its month; or else from H7306]

KJV: Jericho.

Root(s): H3394, H7306

Jordan: Def: their descent

H3381 יָרַד yarad (yaw-rad’) v.

1. to descend

2. (literally) to go downwards

3. (conventionally) to go to a lower region, as the shore, a boundary, the enemy, etc

4. (figuratively) to fall

5. (causatively) to bring down (in all the above applications)

[a primitive root]

KJV: X abundantly, bring down, carry down, cast down, (cause to) come(-ing) down, fall (down), get down, go(-ing) down(-ward), hang down, X indeed, let down, light (down), put down (off), (cause to, let) run down, sink, subdue, take down.

Repentance From Idolatrous Deception

 

Thursday January 25, 2018
Deuteronomy 9:

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January 25, 2018 Thursday
Deuteronomy 9:

When we rebell against against pleasing the LORD God’s anger can burn against us to the degree that God destroys us. The LORD does heed from destroying such when there are godly people that are willing to sacrifice with prayer and fasting to stand in the gap.

 

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

The Coming Consuming Purity of the Bride

 

December 12, 2016 Monday
Zechariah 13:

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November 22,23, 2016 Tuesday

Zechariah 13:

Def: Fountain

מָקוֺר noun masculineZechariah 13:1 spring, fountain (apparently originally well); — absolute ׳מ Zechariah 13:1Proverbs 25:26; construct מְקוֺר Jeremiah 2:13 +, מְקֹר Leviticus 12:7Leviticus 20:18; suffix מְקוֺרוֺ Hosea 13:15, etc.; —

1 spring of water :

a; figurative, of ׳ימַיִם ׳מ חַיִּים Jeremiah 2:13Jeremiah 17:13, compare חַיִּים ׳מ Psalm 36:10חַיִּים ׳מ (more Generally), Proverbs 10:11Proverbs 13:14Proverbs 14:27Proverbs 16:22 + Proverbs 18:4 (so read for חָכְמָה ׳מ 5 Hebrew Manuscripts Toy).

b. figurative of purification Ezekiel 13:1.

c. מָקוֺר מָשְׁחָת Proverbs 25:26 (figurative; + מַעְיָן).

d. figurative of source of life and vigourHosea 13:15Jeremiah 51:36; of a nation’s original source, stock Psalm 68:27 (Kay Che, of temple); source of joy Proverbs 5:18 (figurative of wife; “” אֵשֶׁת).

2 figurative of eyeמְקוֺר דַּמְעָהJeremiah 8:23.

The day will come when Jesus the Messiah will open a fountain of His cleansing blood and His Holy Spirit in the word of God as flowing water that will cleanse away all sin and uncleaness from those who repent.

Zech 13:2-3 (SLT) And it was in that day, says Jehovah of armies, I will cut off the names of the images from the land, and they shall be remembered no more: and also I will cause the prophets and the unclean spirit to pass out of the land. And it was if a man shall yet prophesy, and his father and his mother who begat him, said to him, Thou shalt not live, for thou spakest falsehood in the name of Jehovah: and his father and his mother begetting him thrust him through in his prophesying.

In that day there will be such a love for God and a hate for sin out of deep heart circumcised identity in the atoning work of God in Christ that all idols of any kind such as sports or Holly Wood idols will be completely removed from the land and never remembered again. The unclean spirit will pass out of the land and the prophets related to it that have condoned uncleanness. 1-3

There will be such a powerful conformity to God’s love to hate sin and to love righteousness in this purification of the people of God and the land of Israel that a young man of his parents that would prophesy falsely would be killed with a sword by his parents for prophesying falsely. Such false prophets love to be known as prophets and to be looked up to. There will be no desire to be a prophet at that time but rather to be unknown and only seek that Elohim be known and glorified. The deep identity of ones spiritual being with the death and resurrection of Elohim in Jesus Christ will be so strong that they will feel the wounds of Jesus Christ in their body. They thus will gladly embrace the pain of rejection by their very best friends to identify with the rejection of God in Christ by His people and of their godly forefathers and prophets by those that were their friends. 4-5

The LORD brings the sword of His judgment upon His closest fellow and friend who is His shepherd and against His sheep. An at a later time again another event of great significance will happen where 2 thirds of Israel dies but also where the third that survives is purified to be His people forever. 7-9

Def: fellow
a knowing of someone that brings enjoyment and life. The one closest to the LORD is Yeshua who is GOD.
H5997 עָמִיתּ `amiyth (aw-meeth’) n-m.

1. companionship

2. hence (concretely) a comrade or kindred man

[from a primitive root meaning to associate]

KJV: another, fellow, neighbour.

1358) Mo% (Mo% AhM) ac: ? co: People ab: ?: The pictograph o is a picture of the eye, the m is a picture of the sea representing mass. Combined these mean “see a mass”. A large group of people in one location.

A) Mo% (Mo% AhM) ac: ? co: People ab: ?: A large group of people in one location. Those who are with or near each other.

Nm) Mo% (Mo% AhM) — People: [Hebrew and Aramaic] [freq. 1876] |kjv: people, nation, folk, men| {H5971, H5972}

November 28, 2016 Monday

2nd Chronicles 20:

When a serious and threatening crisis comes we should seek the LORD with humiliation and fasting for His deliverance. We should also acknowledge our helplessness to deliver ourselves as we cry out for His deliverance.


November 29, 2016 Tuesday

Acts 21:

The Holy Spirit can warn us through His prophets not to go to a certain place because of serious consequences that could lead to prison and death. Can we discern if the warning is so that we can chose and even higher calling of tribulation into the kingdom of God? Paul wanted to finish his mission and destiny on earth with and abundant entrance into the kingdom of God.

December 1, 2016 Thursday

Acts 27:

Paul went through the hardship and tribulation of a terrible storm that should have sunk the ship. He had committed himself to greater suffering for the kingdom of God when He choose to go to Jerusalem. However, his fruitfulness to God would be far greater in a whole Island and almost if not all on the ship being converted to Jesus Christ. He also had visitation by an angel that he knew was of him and that he served which warned him and encouraged him in this these trials. His life was often close to certain death but God delivered him. Even though the angel said they would all be saved and he told all the ship later he tells the Centurion that they would not be saved if the Centurion did not stop certain men from fleeing of the ship. He must have known the Centurion would obey his conditional prophecy. It appeared he was violating the earlier certain prophecy that he gave but in fact he was not.

Acts 27:23-25 (KJV)

23For there stood by me this night the angel of God, whose I am, and whom I serve,24Saying, Fear not, Paul; thou must be brought before Caesar: and, lo, God hath given thee all them that sail with thee.25Wherefore, sirs, be of good cheer: for I believe God, that it shall be even as it was told me.

Acts 27:31-32 (KJV)

31Paul said to the centurion and to the soldiers, Except these abide in the ship, ye cannot be saved.32Then the soldiers cut off the ropes of the boat, and let her fall off.

December 3, 2016 Saturday

Amos 4:

It is great darkness in those who have the truth available and practice worship and thanks to God as a mere ritual. The result is severe judgments from God in order to turn people back to seek God with genuine repentance. If they do not turn back to seek God with repentance then God brings serious judgment upon them to take their life away from this earth so that they will stand before the very judgment seat of God.

December 5, 2016 Monday

Hosea 14:

Hos 14:1-2 (KJV)

1O Israel, return unto the LORD thy God; for thou hast fallen by thine iniquity.2Take with you words, and turn to the LORD: say unto him, Take away all iniquity, and receive [us] graciously: so will we render the calves of our lips.

When we truly repent with a genuine return from backsliding to the LORD we acknowledge that we have fallen. We are very careful to take the right words, and if necessary even write them down, in our turning back to the Lord. We ask God to receive us graciously and take away all iniquity upon condition that what we are seeing to it that with our lips in repentance that our words are not merely as a seed that is not broken open to enter into fruitfulness with our life. Rather our lips speak with the energy of a strong Ox to break open the shell of mere words with a life that is fruitful in righteousness. 1-3

Then God will heal the tendency of backsliding and will freely love such of His people so that His anger is turned away from them. God will then prosper His people with great prosperity in soul and materially. 4-6

There will be such a work of transformation in those that truly repent that it will not be within them to struggle with the desire of what is idolatrous but rather all idolatry in any form will be abhorrent to them. They will clearly recognize the LORD as their life source and source of fruitfulness. 8-9

Def: calves

H6499 פַּר פָּר par (par) (or par {pawr}) n-m.

1. a bullock (apparently as breaking forth in wild strength, or perhaps as dividing the hoof)

[from H6565]

KJV: (+ young) bull(-ock), calf, ox.

Root(s): H6565

H6565 פָּרַר parar (paw-rar’) v.

1. to break up (usually figuratively, i.e. to violate, frustrate

[a primitive root]

KJV: X any ways, break (asunder), cast off, cause to cease, X clean, defeat, disannul, disappoint, dissolve, divide, make of none effect, fail, frustrate, bring (come) to nought, X utterly, make void.

[?]

Strong’s #6499: AHLB#1388-A (N)

1388) Rp% (Rp% PR) ac: Tread co: Bull ab: Fruitful: The pictograph p is a picture of an open mouth, the r is a picture of a head. Combined these mean “open the head”. The heads of grains are scattered on the threshing floor, a smooth, hard and level surface. An ox is lead around the floor crushing the heads, opening them to reveal the seed inside. Also the fruit of trees that harvested. (eng: bull – with the exchange of the b and p and the l and r; fruit, also other fruits with a “pr” such as pear and apricot)

A) Rp% (Rp% PR) ac: ? co: Bull ab: ?

Nm) Rp% (Rp% PR) — Bull: [freq. 133] |kjv: bullock, bull, oxen, calf, young| {H6499}

Nf1) Erp% (Erp% P-RH) — Heifer: [freq. 26] |kjv: heifer, kine| {H6510}

B) Rrp% (Rrp% PRR) ac: Break co: ? ab: ?

  1. Rrp% (Rrp% P-RR) — Break: To throw something on the ground and break it by trampling. [freq. 50] (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hophal, Pilpel) |kjv: break, void, defeat, disannul, disappoint, frustrate, nought, cease, clean, dissolved, divide| {H6565}

  2. H) Erp% (Erp% PRH) ac: ? co: Fruit ab: ?

V) Erp% (Erp% P-RH) — Fruitful: [freq. 29] (vf: Paal, Hiphil) |kjv: fruitful, increase, bear, forth, bring| {H6509}

fm) Irp% (Irp% P-RY) — Fruit: [freq. 119] |kjv: fruit, fruitful, bough, reward| {H6529}

J) Rfp% (Rfp% PWR) ac: Crush co: Winepress ab: ?: Grapes are placed in winepress and trampled on to crush the fruit bringing out the juice of the grape.

V) Rfp% (Rfp% PWR) — Crush: [freq. 3] (vf: Hiphil) |kjv: bring, broken, take| {H6331}

Nf1) Erfp% (Erfp% PW-RH) — Winepress: [freq. 2] |kjv: winepress, press| {H6333}

 

 

December 7, 2016 Wednesday

2 Chronicles 22 and Psalms 52: When it seems like the wicked are in power and they have done great destruction to the righteous God has a plan to take them out of power and replace them with godly leaders and to bring complete destruction upon them.

December 8, 2016 Thursday

Isaiah 5:

How does it happen to the people of God that they are given all things that pertain unto life and godliness and instead of this bringing them to fruitfulness in knowing God they bring forth what is wicked and displeasing to the LORD? 1-7

It is because they sought identity and relationship more in one another than in the LORD. They were joining so close to each other that they did not leave room and place to seek God in solitude. In this there was also material greed so that their land became unfruitful by God’s judgment. 8-10

 

The Trump Tribulation in Triumph Secret

 

November 12, 2016 Saturday
Length: 1 hour 17 minutes

Job 1 and 2 with Luke 11:

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November 1, 2016 Tuesday
Job 1and 2:

Job acknowledged after the loss of all that was dear and precious to him that the being of God was worthy and ultimately trustworthy because God is the Creator and source of all good and must have a creative purpose in what He has allowed.

Job’s friends really cared for him to sit on the ground with him for seven days and not speak a word. The enemy gets people to curse God and influences us in trials to curse God for what He has allowed.

Job 13:15-16 (KJV)

15Though he slay me, yet will I trust in him: but I will maintain mine own ways before him.16He also [shall be] my salvation: for an hypocrite shall not come before him.

Job 38:1-3 (KJV)

1Then the LORD answered Job out of the whirlwind, and said,2Who [is] this that darkeneth counsel by words without knowledge?3Gird up now thy loins like a man; for I will demand of thee, and answer thou me.

Job 40:1-5 (KJV)

1Moreover the LORD answered Job, and said,2Shall he that contendeth with the Almighty instruct [him]? he that reproveth God, let him answer it.3Then Job answered the LORD, and said,4Behold, I am vile; what shall I answer thee? I will lay mine hand upon my mouth.5Once have I spoken; but I will not answer: yea, twice; but I will proceed no further.

Job 40:6-8 (KJV)

6Then answered the LORD unto Job out of the whirlwind, and said,7Gird up thy loins now like a man: I will demand of thee, and declare thou unto me.8Wilt thou also disannul my judgment? wilt thou condemn me, that thou mayest be righteous?

Job 42:1-6 (KJV)

1Then Job answered the LORD, and said,2I know that thou canst do every [thing], and [that] no thought can be withholden from thee.3Who [is] he that hideth counsel without knowledge? therefore have I uttered that I understood not; things too wonderful for me, which I knew not.4Hear, I beseech thee, and I will speak: I will demand of thee, and declare thou unto me.5I have heard of thee by the hearing of the ear: but now mine eye seeth thee.6Wherefore I abhor [myself], and repent in dust and ashes.

Job 42:8-10 (KJV)

8Therefore take unto you now seven bullocks and seven rams, and go to my servant Job, and offer up for yourselves a burnt offering; and my servant Job shall pray for you: for him will I accept: lest I deal with you [after your] folly, in that ye have not spoken of me [the thing which is] right, like my servant Job.9So Eliphaz the Temanite and Bildad the Shuhite [and] Zophar the Naamathite went, and did according as the LORD commanded them: the LORD also accepted Job.10And the LORD turned the captivity of Job, when he prayed for his friends: also the LORD gave Job twice as much as he had before.

November 2, 2016 Wednesday
Luke 11:

In prayer we should first hallow that being of the Father in worship that we might enter the presence of God and pray for His purposes to be fulfilled in this world and in our lives individually. In prayer we should be aware that God is our friend and that He wants to giv e us what is of God and as such is very very good. We should ask with all our heart and with importunity until we know that God has answered our prayer. 1-13

It is important to recognize that God that is within us is greater than the demons when we are fully living for and unto Elohim as our full and only focus as our LORD and Savior. Then we have authority over demons to keep them from entering our life and doing damage and authority to cast them out of others. 14-26

God will judge those that refuse the truth by those in other places and previous generations that responded positively to the truth when given the same opportunity to receive the light of life. Our lives have an ultimate destiny and purpose for which we were created just like a candle stick was created to give light. We should therefore be on guard that the eye which represents our heart does not become opaque in hardness but receptive to the reality and truth or light of Who God is to us. Then everything in our life will be filled with His light so that we are directed in everything into God’s ultimate meaning and purpose in our lives. 29-36

November 3, 2016 Thursday
Genesis 26:

God made an oath with Abraham because his heart was fully obedient in love to the LORD.

When our trust is in the LORD we do not need to strive against those who do injustice against us in robbing us of material possessions that is rightfully ours because we know that we can let them have it and that this will release us to enter into a greater spiritual and material blessings.

Def: Gerar:

H1642 גְּרָר Grar (gher-awr’) n/l.

1. a rolling country

2. Gerar, a Philistine city

[probably from H1641]

KJV: Gerar.

Root(s): H1641

November 5, 2016 Saturday
Deuteronomy 17:

Wickedness and idolatry was not be tolerated in the assembly of the LORD but was judged and removed lest the assembly of the LORD become a whore instead of a wife to Him. Such things in the assembly were clearly established and by more than one witness. The same is paralleled in the church after the ascension of Jesus Christ. 1-7

The leaders of the assembly established judgments between blood and blood, plea and plea and stroke and stroke and if they were not obeyed by those involved those people were to be killed by God Himself or the assembly in obedience to the LORD. In the body of Jesus Christ we are also to respect and obey the decisions of the leadership and also set the most despised to make decisions. We are not to go to judges of the world with a brother or sister of the local assembly. 8-13

Those that are to be leaders of the congregation are not to be chosen from without the assembly but from members of the assembly by God’s clear choice that is confirmed. Those leaders are not to multiply wealth, wives, or goods to themselves but to be continually in the word of God and in the fear of God in humility lest they become proud and lead God’s people and themselves into severe judgment. 14-20

November 7, 2016 Monday
Acts 26:

Acts 26:18 (KJV) 18To open their eyes, [and] to turn [them] from darkness to light, and [from] the power of Satan unto God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins, and inheritance among them which are sanctified by faith that is in me.

May we have the boldness of the Apostle Paul to proclaim the gospel.

We are purified by the faith that is in Jesus Christ. which are sanctified by faith that is in me.


November 8, 2016 Tuesday
Colossians 1:

The saints are greeted with grace and peace from Elohim as the Father and as the Son. This makes it clear that there is one God and that Jesus Christ is God as the full expression of the Father into this time and space creation. 1-2

The gospel is the message of the truth which is the holiness or integrity of God’s love that requires judgment out of which issues the grace of God through the atoning work of God in Jesus Christ on the cross. When people truly hear the good news of the gospel they come to know the grace of God in truth which fills them with the love and faith of God which bears fruit and great love for all the saints. 3-8

The goal for all of us for ourselves and each other is to be filled with the knowledge of God’s will with all wisdom and spiritual understanding so that we live in a way that glorifies the LORD in good works that are fruitful and are strengthened with might by the glorious power of the LORD to have patience in all things with longsuffering that is with joyfulness. 9-11

The inheritance of those who live a holy life in Jesus Christ is in light that is without darkness nor corruption and therefore is ever expanding in creative fulfillments. It is the Father that has made us fit to receive this everlasting inheritance. The Father has also delivered us from the power of what causes darkness and corruption and has transferred us into the kingdom of Jesus Christ which is the opposite. We have received redemption and forgiveness of sins through the blood of Jesus Christ Who is the full expression made visible in the creation realm of Elohim Who is not seen in this physical dimension. 12-14

Def: Translate

G3179 μεθίστημι methistemi (meth-is’-tay-mee) (or (1 Cor. 13) v.

1. to transfer, i.e. carry away, depose or (figuratively) exchange, seduce

[from G3326 and G2476]

KJV: put out, remove, translate, turn away

Root(s): G3326, G2476

November 10, 2016 Thursday
Ecclesiastes 7:

Having a sad countenance makes the heart better. This makes laughter good but sorrow even better so that laughter can be more full and real instead of an escape. Those that are hasty to be angry are those that are foolish. Those that are often impatient are those that are proud in spirit and those that are patient are tending towards the path of humility. 1-6

When we enquire why former days were better than now we are not enquiring wisely because we are only observing outwardly and not the reason behind things and where they are leading to even greater good. 7-10

Wisdom is a greater defense than money but what is even greater is the excellency of knowledge that comes out of those that apply wisdom diligently because that gives life to those to have this knowledge of wisdom. 11-12

The Total Deliverance and Healing Solution

 

September 22, 2016
Luke 8:
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September 20, 2016 Tuesday
Luke 8:

  1. Many of the women that ministered to Jesus were healed of evil spirits and infirmities by Jesus before they entered into the privileged opportunity to minister to Jesus Christ. 1-3
  2. The parable of the seed falling into different ground conditions is about the various conditions of heart that stop us from truly receiving the word of God and the heart condition that indeed does truly hear, that is receive, the word of God to fulfill its purpose in God. 4-15
  3. Everything that God allows in our life and that we receive has a purpose and if you do not use what you have to its full purpose which is for the glory of God then you have not really perceived or received what you have. It is therefore very important how we are receptive to receiving or how we hear truth and what we do with it. If we are not faithful to use the truth and gifts that God has given us then even those things with disappear. 5-18
  4. If we allow those that we have strong roots of identity with such as our relatives to influence our choices then were are hearing them and this is deafening us from hearing God to do His will. 19-21

Love For Purity That Births Authority

 

February 15, 2016 Monday
Song of Solomon 4: and 2 Corinthians 7:

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February 6, 2016 Saturday

Isaiah 63:

God’s anger is against the nations and there is the day of His vengeance against them for being against the nations of Israel which is actually their rebellion against Elohim. This day of God’s vengeance is also the year for Elohim to redeem His people. 1-6

Though God showed great mercy and goodness towards Israel they were not thankful as evident in the fact that they disobeyed and provoked His Holy Spirit. For this reason Elohim became their enemy by bringing judgment upon them. 7-10

The reason God hardened their hearts so that they would not fear of God was because they first made the choice to rebel against Elohim and His goodness towards them. 17

 

February 8, 2015 Monday

2nd Samuel 15:

King David did not hold to his position as King but put it entirely in God’s hand. He said, 2Sam 15:25-26 (KJV) (15:25) And the king said unto Zadok, Carry back the ark of God into the city: if I shall find favour in the eyes of the LORD, he will bring me again, and shew me [both] it, and his habitation: (15:26) But if he thus say, I have no delight in thee; behold, [here am] I, let him do to me as seemeth good unto him.

 

February 9, 2016 Tuesday

Psalms 150: and Psalms 92:

Psalms 150:

Def: Praise
H1984 הָלַל halal (haw-lal’) v.

1. to be clear (orig. of sound, but usually of color)

2. to shine

3. (hence) to make a show, to boast

4. and thus to be (clamorously) foolish

5. to rave

6. causatively, to celebrate

  1. also to stultify

1104) Le% (Le% HL) ac: Shine co: Star ab: Distant: The pictograph e is a picture of a man with his arms raised looking at a great sight. The l is a shepherd staff representing the idea of “toward” as the staff is used to move a sheep toward a direction. Combined these letters mean “a looking toward something” such as the looking toward a light in the distance. The stars have always been used to guide the traveler or shepherd to find his home or destination.

A) Le% (Le% HL) ac: Look co: ? ab: ?: To look toward a sight.

Nm) Le% (Le% HL) — I. These: Designating a group that is with the speaker. In the sense of looking toward a sight. [Hebrew and Aramaic; The short form “e” is used as a prefix meaning “look” and translated as “the”.] [df: la hla] II. Toward: A moving to or toward something to be with it as the ox moves toward a destination. [df: la] [freq. 69] |kjv: these, those, this, thus, who, so, such, some, same, other, which, another, whom, they, them| {H411, H412, H413, H428, H429,}

em) Lie% (Lie% HYL) — These: Designating a group that is with the speaker. In the sense of looking toward a sight. [Aramaic only] [df: Kla] [freq. 14] |kjv: these, those| {H479}

if1) Elet% (Elet% TH-LH) — Folly: In the sense of shining. [freq. 1] |kjv: folly| {H8417}

rm) Fle% (Fle% H-LW) — Behold: As to look at a sight. [Aramaic only] [df: wla] [ar: wra] [freq. 10] |kjv: behold, lo| {H431, H718}

sm) Nile% (Nile% H-LYN) — These: Designating a group that is with the speaker. In the sense of looking toward a sight. [Aramaic only] [df: Nla] [freq. 5] |kjv: these, the| {H459}

ief1) Eliet% (Eliet% T-HY-LH) — Shining: A shining through ones actions or words. May be in a positive (praise) or negative (folly) sense. [freq. 57] |kjv: praise| {H8416}

B) Lle% (Lle% HLL) ac: Shine co: ? ab: ?: To cause a shining of one by praising or giving thanks to another or to ones self.

V) Lle% (Lle% H-LL) — Shine: To shine through ones actions or words. [freq. 165] (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hitpael, Pual, Piel, Participle) |kjv: praise, glory, boast, mad, shine, foolish, commended, rage, celebrate| {H1984}

am) Llem% (Llem% MH-LL) — Shine: [freq. 1] |kjv: praise| {H4110}

em) Llie% (Llie% HY-LL) — Star: [freq. 1] |kjv: Lucifer| {H1966}

gf1) Ellfe% (Ellfe% HW-L-LH) — Madness: As one shining in a negative sense. [freq. 4] |kjv: madness| {H1947}

of3) Tfllfe% (Tfllfe% HW-L-LWT) — Madness: As one shining in a negative sense. [freq. 1] |kjv: madness| {H1948}

bdm) Lflie% (Lflie% HY-LWL) — Shine: [ms: lwlh] [freq. 2] |kjv: praise, merry| {H1974}

 

Ps 150:1-6 (KJV)

(150:1) Praise ye the LORD. Praise God in his sanctuary: praise him in the firmament of his power. (150:2) Praise him for his mighty acts: praise him according to his excellent greatness. (150:3) Praise him with the sound of the trumpet: praise him with the psaltery and harp. (150:4) Praise him with the timbrel and dance: praise him with stringed instruments and organs. (150:5) Praise him upon the loud cymbals: praise him upon the high sounding cymbals. (150:6) Let every thing that hath breath praise the LORD. Praise ye the LORD.

Those that praise and worship the LORD out of a genuine heart of love for Elohim also triumph in the works of God’s hands. Such are planted in the house of the LORD and will even bear fruit in old age.

February 10, 2016 Wednesday

Song of Solomon 4:

Def: Lebanon: Whiteness

Def: Amana: constancy, a settled provision

Def: Shenir: bear the lamp

Def: Hermon: devoted, banned

  1. The bride falls in love with the bridegroom and expresses her attraction to His purity and beauty. 1-7
  2. The bridegroom calls the bride that has come to the place of purity (lebanon: whiteness) to come with Him into heavenly places first to Amana which is the place of constancy and settled provision. Next she is brought to Shenir, the place of bearing the torch of light to shine forth against all darkness. Thirdly she is brought to mount Hermon, the place of being devoted and willingly bound in devotion to the bridegroom. IN these things she enters the place of authority and power in heavenly places with Christ. 8
  3. The bridegroom then delights in the bride greatly because of the beauty of the gaze of her heart on Him. (9) He joyfully takes in the purity of her garments. (11) He sees in her a garden and a fountain that has not yet been released to enjoy but is sealed for the appointed time. 9-14
  4. The time then soon comes when the wind of the Holy Spirit of Elohim releases the garden of spices in the bride and then the bridegroom comes down and there is the marriage supper of the Lamb of God. 15-16 

February 11, 2016 Thursday

Hosea 8:

Deuteronomy 4:

We are to keep our soul diligently and to take heed to ourselves lest the things God has shown us depart.

February 12, 2016 Friday

2nd Corinthians 7:

Def: filthiness:

G3436 μολυσμός molusmos (mol-oos-mos’) n.

1. a stain

2. (figuratively) immorality

[from G3435]

KJV: filthiness

Root(s): G3435

G3435 μολύνω moluno (mol-oo’-no) v.

1. to soil (figuratively)

[probably from G3189]

KJV: defile

In regards to inheriting the promises of God including eternal life this requires perfecting holiness in the fear of God in order to be cleansed from the filthiness of flesh and spirit. This will cause some of those that claim to be Christians in the body of Christ to persecute and reject us and even seek to move a whole assembly of believers against us. 2Tim 3:12 (KJV) Yea, and all that will live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution. Paul commanded the church at Corinth to receive them because they lived a pure life that had corrupted no one, wronged no one, or defrauded no one. As Paul we should have such a love for one another in the body of Christ locally and beyond that we can truly say that it is in our hearts to die and to live with you. As Paul we can experience great joy in all our tribulation when we know it is for God’s purpose and glory to be brought forth through our lives and especially towards those we are related to in the body of Christ locally and beyond. Our speech is bold with authority towards the body of Christ because our love is very pure and thereby very strong towards the body of Christ out of love for Elohim. 1-4

Those that truly love fellow believers are willing and will speak the truth that may bring rejection and sorrow to believers but will result in genuine repentance. This is because of their love for the believers to not receive any damage through the deception of sin. Godly sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation. It causes us to hate all that is contrary to the love of God with indignation and with genuine fear, carefulness, vehement desire, zeal and revenge against sin and evil. 5-11

The Two States of Enmity Against Reality

 

June 17, 2015 Tuesday
Ephesians 2:

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June 15, 2015 Monday

Ephesians 2:
God’s mercy is so great that even when we were dead in sins he brought us to the saving knowledge of Christ. We are commanded to be who we have been called to be because God has shown such great love to us in His atonement on the cross for us. (Eph 2:19) Now therefore ye are no more strangers and foreigners, but fellowcitizens with the saints, and of the household of God;

June 16, 2015 Tuesday
Numbers 13:
When God sends us against overwhelming odds our confession and decision should be that we can conquer because God is with us.

June 17, 2015 Wednesday
Jeremiah 7:
When God’s people trust in their mere performance of routine religious practice and worship and hold the truth in unrighteousness instead of turning with their heart to God to cleave to the truth and live a righteous life then God will bring severe judgment upon them and remove them from being His people and from representing Him.

Conquering Corruption with Godliness


Conquering
Corruption with Godliness
To The Church of Pergamos
Revelation 2:12-17 with Zechariah 13:

Ministered on Tuesday 05.26.2015
Message length:  ( 1. 17.00 )

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Conquering Corruption with Godliness

 

May 26, 2015 Tuesday
Revelation 2:12-17 and Zechariah 13:

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May 9, 2015 Saturday

Rev 2: 12-17

3. Pergamus means much marriage which implies much adultery. It also means a tower which implies a strong hold. In fact Pergamus was the place where Satan made his seat of dwelling and authority. The city of Pergamus had Emperor worship and refusal to worship resulted in Antipas being slain for refusing most likely by being roasted inside the idol that they would heat up. Even though this church stood firm against this they tolerated those in their midst with the doctrine of Balaam that sought to draw people into sexual immorality and idol worship which also was the case with the Nicolaitans with similar practice and teachings. The devil was offering the temptation of temporary pleasure and intimacy in sexual pleasure and spiritual visions. It takes the sword of God’s Spirit in the utterance of the word of prophecy to overcome these temptations and those that overcome are promised intimacy with God in eating hidden manna and having a new name or state of being that is permanent. It is held in a white stone which represents purity. Purity births intimacy with God. 12-17 The perfection of the Spirit of God in Holiness is highlighted in Pergamus. There must be the willingness to come to the bright sword of the Spirit of truth and let it expose any darkness in us and cut it off with repentance.

Balaams blessings on Israel in Numbers 24
(Num 31:8) And they slew the kings of Midian, beside the rest of them that were slain; namely, Evi, and Rekem, and Zur, and Hur, and Reba, five kings of Midian: Balaam also the son of Beor they slew with the sword.


(Num 31:15) And Moses said unto them, Have ye saved all the women alive?

(Num 31:16) Behold, these caused the children of Israel, through the counsel of Balaam, to commit trespass against the LORD in the matter of Peor, and there was a plague among the congregation of the LORD.

Nicolaism (also Nicholaism, Nicolationism, or Nicolaitanism) is a Christian heresy, first mentioned (twice) in the Book of Revelation of the New Testament, whose adherents were called Nicolaitans, Nicolaitanes, or Nicolaites. According to Revelation 2, vv. 6 and 15,[1] they were known in the cities of Ephesus and Pergamum. In this chapter, the church at Ephesus is commended for “hating the deeds of the Nicolaitans, which I also hate” and the church in Pergamos is blamed “So hast thou also them that hold the doctrine of the Nicolaitans”.Several of the early church fathers, including Irenaeus, Hippolytus,[2] Epiphanius, and Theodoret mentioned this group, and stated that the deacon Nicolas was the author of the heresy and the sect.

Nico-, combinatory form of nīko, “victory” in Greek, and laos means people, or more specifically, the laity; hence, the word may be taken to mean “lay conquerors” or “conquerors of the lay people”. However, “Nicolaitan” (Greek: Νικολαϊτῶν; Νικολαΐτης) is the name ostensibly given to followers of the heretic Nicolas (Greek: Νικόλαος)—the name itself meaning “victorious over people,” or “victory of the people,” which he would have been given at birth.[9]

The name Balaam is perhaps capable of being interpreted as a Hebrew equivalent of the Greek Nicolas. Some commentators[10] think that this is alluded to by John in Revelation 2:14;[11] and C. Vitringa[12] argues forcibly in support of this opinion. However, Albert Barnes notes:

Vitringa supposes that the word is derived from νικος, victory, and λαος, people, and that thus it corresponds with the name Balaam, as meaning either lord of the people, or he destroyed the people; and that, as the same effect was produced by their doctrines as by those of Balaam, that the people were led to commit fornication and to join in idolatrous worship, they might be called Balaamites or Nicolaitanes–that is, corrupters of the people.

Holiness:

(Rom 6:22) But now being made free from sin, and become servants to God, ye have your fruit unto holiness, and the end everlasting life.

(2Cor 7:1) Having therefore these promises, dearly beloved, let us cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh and spirit, perfecting holiness in the fear of God.

(1Thess 3:13) To the end he may stablish your hearts unblameable in holiness before God, even our Father, at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ with all his saints.

(Heb 12:14) Follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord:

(Rom 12:1) I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service.

(1Cor 3:17) If any man defile the temple of God, him shall God destroy; for the temple of God is holy, which temple ye are.

(1Thess 4:7) For God hath not called us unto uncleanness, but unto holiness.

(Eph 1:4) According as he hath chosen us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before him in love:

(Eph 5:27) That he might present it to himself a glorious church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish.

April 4, 2015 Saturday

Zechariah 13:

Def: uncleaness

H5079 נִדָּה niddah (nid-daw’) n-f.

1. (properly) rejection

2. (by implication) impurity

3. (especially) moral impurity (idolatry, incest, adultery, etc.)

4. (femininely, physically) menstruation

Strong’s #5079: AHLB#1303-M (N1)s

1303) Dn% (Dn% ND) ac: Nod co: Mound ab: ?: The pictograph n is a picture of a seed, the d is a picture of the tent door that allows movement back and forth through the tent. Combined these mean “continue back and forth”. A back and forth movement such as the shaking of the head.

A) Dn% (Dn% ND) ac: Toss co: Mound ab: ?: A tossing into a pile.

Nm) Dn% (Dn% ND) — Mound: [freq. 6] |kjv: heap| {H5067}

mm) Ndn% (Ndn% N-DN) — Tossings: Something that is tossed. [freq. 1] |kjv: gift| {H5083}

B) Ddn% (Ddn% NDD) ac: Toss co: ? ab: ?

  1. Ddn% (Ddn% N-DD) — Toss: To be thrown about or wander around as nodding the head. [Hebrew and Aramaic] [freq. 29] (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hophal) |kjv: flee, wander, chase, go| {H5074, H5075}

  1. When the Messiah Jesus Christ returns to rule on the earth there will be a fountain for God’s people in Israel that will cleanse them from their acts of sin or offense against God but will also cleanse them from the innate nature to keep sinning. There will be false prophets and an unclean spirit in Israel just before the LORD returns that God will remove out of the land. 1-3
  2. When the LORD returns and this is removed there will be such a love for integrity and truth before God and man that even if the son of parents falsely prophesied they would kill him immediately out of love for a true relationship with God that will not tolerate falsehood. Vs 4
  3. At that time people will have such humility before God that they will diligently seek to be hidden from anything that would bring glory or attention to themselves. Rather they will identify with the atoning wounds of their God and Messiah and delight to be in the place of rejection as Christ was. 5-6
  4. There is the shaking of the disciples identity in their Messiah that is out of their own self righteousness and pride. Vs 7
  5. Just before the Messiah returns there is the shaking of self-righteous and self pride identity in their God and Messiah through two thirds of Jerusalem being captured. 8-9

Conquering the Stronghold of Evil – The church of Pergamos

 

May 11, 2015 Monday
Revelation 2: 12-17

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May 9, 2015 Saturday
Rev 2: 12-17
Pergamus means much marriage which implies much adultery. It also means a tower which implies a strong hold. In fact Pergamus was the place where Satan made his seat of dwelling and authority. The city of Pergamus had Emperor worship and refusal to worship resulted in Antipas being slain for refusing most likely by being roasted inside the idol that they would heat up. Even though this church stood firm against this they tolerated those in their midst with the doctrine of Balaam that sought to draw people into sexual immorality and idol worship which also was the case with the Nicolaitans with similar practice and teachings. The devil was offering the temptation of temporary pleasure and intimacy in sexual pleasure and spiritual visions. It takes the sword of God’s Spirit in the utterance of the word of prophecy to overcome these temptations and those that overcome are promised intimacy with God in eating hidden manna and having a new name or state of being that is permanent. It is held in a white stone which represents purity. Purity births intimacy with God. 12-17 The perfection of the Spirit of God in Holiness is highlighted in Pergamus. There must be the willingness to come to the bright sword of the Spirit of truth and let it expose any darkness in us and cut it off with repentance.

Nicolaism (also Nicholaism, Nicolationism, or Nicolaitanism) is a Christian heresy, first mentioned (twice) in the Book of Revelation of the New Testament, whose adherents were called Nicolaitans, Nicolaitanes, or Nicolaites. According to Revelation 2, vv. 6 and 15,[1] they were known in the cities of Ephesus and Pergamum. In this chapter, the church at Ephesus is commended for “hating the deeds of the Nicolaitans, which I also hate” and the church in Pergamos is blamed “So hast thou also them that hold the doctrine of the Nicolaitans”.Several of the early church fathers, including Irenaeus, Hippolytus,[2] Epiphanius, and Theodoret mentioned this group, and stated that the deacon Nicolas was the author of the heresy and the sect.
Nico-, combinatory form of nīko, “victory” in Greek, and laos means people, or more specifically, the laity; hence, the word may be taken to mean “lay conquerors” or “conquerors of the lay people”. However, “Nicolaitan” (Greek: Νικολαϊτῶν; Νικολαΐτης) is the name ostensibly given to followers of the heretic Nicolas (Greek: Νικόλαος)—the name itself meaning “victorious over people,” or “victory of the people,” which he would have been given at birth.[9]
The name Balaam is perhaps capable of being interpreted as a Hebrew equivalent of the Greek Nicolas. Some commentators[10] think that this is alluded to by John in Revelation 2:14;[11] and C. Vitringa[12] argues forcibly in support of this opinion. However, Albert Barnes notes:
Vitringa supposes that the word is derived from νικος, victory, and λαος, people, and that thus it corresponds with the name Balaam, as meaning either lord of the people, or he destroyed the people; and that, as the same effect was produced by their doctrines as by those of Balaam, that the people were led to commit fornication and to join in idolatrous worship, they might be called Balaamites or Nicolaitanes–that is, corrupters of the people.
Holiness:
(Rom 6:22) But now being made free from sin, and become servants to God, ye have your fruit unto holiness, and the end everlasting life.

(2Cor 7:1) Having therefore these promises, dearly beloved, let us cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh and spirit, perfecting holiness in the fear of God.

(1Thess 3:13) To the end he may stablish your hearts unblameable in holiness before God, even our Father, at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ with all his saints.

(Heb 12:14) Follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord:

(Rom 12:1) I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service.

(1Cor 3:17) If any man defile the temple of God, him shall God destroy; for the temple of God is holy, which temple ye are.

(1Thess 4:7) For God hath not called us unto uncleanness, but unto holiness.

(Eph 1:4) According as he hath chosen us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before him in love:

(Eph 5:27) That he might present it to himself a glorious church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish.

The Final Great Future Passover


The Final Great Future Passover
Zechariah 13:

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April 4, 2015 Saturday
Zechariah 13:

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April 4, 2015 Saturday

Zechariah 13:

Def: uncleaness

H5079 נִדָּה niddah (nid-daw’) n-f.

1. (properly) rejection

2. (by implication) impurity

3. (especially) moral impurity (idolatry, incest, adultery, etc.)

4. (femininely, physically) menstruation

Strong’s #5079: AHLB#1303-M (N1)s

1303) Dn% (Dn% ND) ac: Nod co: Mound ab: ?: The pictograph n is a picture of a seed, the d is a picture of the tent door that allows movement back and forth through the tent. Combined these mean “continue back and forth”. A back and forth movement such as the shaking of the head.

A) Dn% (Dn% ND) ac: Toss co: Mound ab: ?: A tossing into a pile.

Nm) Dn% (Dn% ND) — Mound: [freq. 6] |kjv: heap| {H5067}

mm) Ndn% (Ndn% N-DN) — Tossings: Something that is tossed. [freq. 1] |kjv: gift| {H5083}

B) Ddn% (Ddn% NDD) ac: Toss co: ? ab: ?

  1. Ddn% (Ddn% N-DD) — Toss: To be thrown about or wander around as nodding the head. [Hebrew and Aramaic] [freq. 29] (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hophal) |kjv: flee, wander, chase, go| {H5074, H5075}

  1. When the Messiah Jesus Christ returns to rule on the earth there will be a fountain for God’s people in Israel that will cleanse them from their acts of sin or offense against God but will also cleanse them from the innate nature to keep sinning. There will be false prophets and an unclean spirit in Israel just before the LORD returns that God will remove out of the land. 1-3
  2. When the LORD returns and this is removed there will be such a love for integrity and truth before God and man that even if the son of parents falsely prophesied they would kill him immediately out of love for a true relationship with God that will not tolerate falsehood. Vs 4
  3. At that time people will have such humility before God that they will diligently seek to be hidden from anything that would bring glory or attention to themselves. Rather they will identify with the atoning wounds of their God and Messiah and delight to be in the place of rejection as Christ was. 5-6
  4. There is the shaking of the disciples identity in their Messiah that is out of their own self righteousness and pride. Vs 7
  5. Just before the Messiah returns there is the shaking of self-righteous and self pride identity in their God and Messiah through two thirds of Jerusalem being captured. 8-9

    March 28, 2015 Saturday

    Proverbs 23:

    1. Do not even eat the food with those that offer dinner of those that have esteem and wealth among people but are wicked and deceitful. We are not to labour with a motive to become rich but to cease from our own wisdom and seek first the kingdom of God. 1-6
    2. We are not to withhold correction from rebellious children but to beat them with the rod without hurting them with permanent injury so that their soul is spared from hell. 12-15
    3. When we are in the fear of God all day long we will not envy the prosperity of sinners and will experience the time when God will bless us. 17-18
    4. We are to buy the truth including wisdom, instruction and understanding and not sell it for temporal gratifications such as sexual pleasure with whores and drunkenness. 23-35

    Revelation 10

    The mystery of God that will be finished is the consummation of the marriage of the bride with Christ and in Christ with God, the Father. The mystery of the seven thunders must have to do with what brings forth this unity and oneness with God. The seven thunders are most likely the seven perfections of the Spirit of God in bringing forth this unity which are the Spirit of the fear of God, of Holiness, of Grace, of Love, of Faith, of Oneness, and of Wisdom.

    March 30, 2015 Monday

    Isaiah 61:

    Christ said, blessed are they that mourn for they shall be comforted. It is those that mourn in the body of Christ and are broken hearted over the captivity of sin that has caused division and held back the glory of God that shall receive the glory of God with great joy and praise. They are the ones that will restore the losses of past generations and even cause cities that became desolation’s to shine forth in restoration with the glory of God. They will be a remnant in the nation of Israel itself and also in the body of Christ throughout the world. Their offspring will be known among the world as the seed which God has blessed. All they do will be done out of truth without hypocrisy. They will be clothed with the presence of God in great joy with garments of salvation and righteousness. This will be like a bridegroom decked ornaments and jewels for the bride. This in turn will cause the praise of God to spring forth in abundance throughout all nations that will usher in the fullness of God’s glory and presence on the earth that will usher in the millennial reign of Christ and the destruction of the anti-Christ and its world system.

    Revelation 11: the 6th and 7th seal in more detail.

    March 31, 2015 Tuesday

    Deuteronomy 12:

    It is important to recognize the place where God is confirming He wants His dwelling presence to come down on the earth among His people. This stops everyone doing what is right in their own eyes and conquers denominational tendencies and divisions and brings unity to a people and nation. It is also important to bring all our offerings to the LORD and rejoice before the LORD which facilitates full identity in God and separation from the defiling influences of the world.

    April 1, 2015 Wednesday

    Colossians 4: It is through the prayers of others that doors of utterance are opened to speak the mystery of Christ. We should labor fervently in prayer that others may stand perfect and complete in all the will of God.

    Jeremiah 52: When God’s judgment comes on a nation it is severe on those in leadership who have not taken a stand against sin in their rebellion against God.

    Revelation 12: Before the seventh trumpet judgment there is an anti-christ system with great demonic power because Satan and his angels are conquered and cast into the earth to persecute the bride of Christ in Israel and in the Gentiles.

     

Hiding In Abiding Liberty Over Tyranny

 

January 29,2015 Thursday
Luke: 19

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 January 24, 2015 Saturday
Acts 11:
It sometimes takes God’s intervention by a divine vision to break the shell of focus on ritualistic performance before God as the focus rather than recognizing those that truly fear God and are as such circumcised in heart, that is born again of the Spirit of God, to also receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
Psalms 147:
Praise is comely
Ps 147:11 The LORD taketh pleasure in them that fear him, in those that hope in his mercy.
We are to sing praise upon the harp and to sing unto the LORD with thanksgiving in recognition of His infinite understanding and greatness and his love towards those that are humble out of the fear of God to hope in His mercy and goodness. This is where everlasting fulfillment and comfort is so that we choose to rise above self comfort into praise of God and His comfort.

January 26, 2015 Monday
John 3:
1.    The acknowledgment that Jesus was of God by Nicodemus was an acknowledgment by Christ that there was a measure of seeing the kingdom of God by Nicodemus. 1-2
2.    It is urgent that one is born again of the Spirit because one can only be saved, that is enter the kingdom of God, by being brought forth anew by the Spirit of God. Christ expected Nicodemus to know this because this was a reality in people’s lives from the very beginning time of Adam and Eve. 3-10
3.    The Son of Man is God in the full expression of God’s being to man also as the representation of man in perfection to man by the indwelling of God in a human body. Even as the Son of Man is a representation and communication to man on earth that is even before the crucifixion  and also at the same time in heaven. Christ then foretells his atoning work as similar to the serpent lifted up in the wilderness which when they looked upon they were healed from death. Likewise, when the eye of our heart looks upon the full expression of who God is there is the recognition of his atoning power by perfect atoning sacrifice to be the very source of forgiveness and therefore the reception of forgiveness and healing from everlasting spiritual death. 11-17
4.    To believe on the full expression of God means to acknowledge and receive the full expression of who God is which results in the breaking of all self pride by openness to one’s total wrong apart from who God and requires the reception of God’s being manifested in mercy out of first acknowledging the holiness of God. 18-21

January 27, 2015 Tuesday
Philippians 4:
Def: moderation:
G1933 ἐπιεικής epieikes (ep-ee-ei-kace’) adj.
1. appropriate
2. (by implication) mild
[from G1909 and G1503]
KJV: gentle, moderation, patient
Root(s): G1909, G1503
NT Vines: <C-2,Adjective,1933,epieikes>
an adjective (from epi, used intensively, and eikos, “reasonable”), is used as a noun with the article in Phi 4:5, and translated “forbearance” in the RV; AV, “moderation,” RV, marg., “gentleness,” “sweet reasonableness” (Matthew Arnold). See GENTLE.

<A-1,Verb,430,anecho>
“to hold up” (ana, “up,” echo, “to have or hold”), is used in the Middle Voice in the NT, signifying “to bear with, endure;” it is rendered “forbearing (one another)” in Eph 4:2; Col 3:13. See BEAR. Cp. B, No. 1, below.

<A-2,Verb,447,aniemi>
lit., “to send up or back” (ana, “up,” hiemi, “to send”), hence, “to relax, loosen,” or, metaphorically, “to desist from,” is translated “forbearing” (threatening) in Eph 6:9 (“giving up your threatening,” T.K. Abbott). See LEAVE, LOOSE.

<A-3,Verb,5339,pheidomai>
“to spare” (its usual meaning), “to refrain from doing something,” is rendered “I forbear” in 2Co 12:6. See SPARE.

1.    A true servant leader such as an genuine apostle has and expresses a deep love for the local congregations and specific individuals they know to the point that they are called my joy and crown. There is a love with burden for their destiny in heaven to be fulfilled in the acknowledging of their names in the book of life and that they seek to be of the same mind in unity in the LORD. 1-3
2.    We need to be continually learn to feed into a rejoicing in the LORD knowing that the LORD is our true source of joy and being aware that He is coming soon. In this way we will not be abiding in the things of this world so that we become anxious but rather in everything of concern will bring it before the LORD with thankfulness and prayer. This will allow God’s peace which goes beyond our understanding of why things are the way they are to keep our soul in mind and heart abiding in God. 4-7
3.    God’s peace is with us and increases in our live when we dwell with our heart and mind on those things that are good, pure, and of eternal worth unto God and when we look to those who are an example and inspiration to us to follow Christ. 8-9
4.    We need to know how to abide in God with peace and joy equally when we suffer need as also when we abound with fulfillment in the natural things of this world. Sometimes our need is the trials of need for God to supply all our needs according to His riches in glory. We abide in God by faith and confidence in God in us to enable us to do all things through Christ. 10-23

January 20, 2015 Wednesday
Ecclesiastes 12:
We are to remember God as the center of our life and all things, especially while we are still young and have vitality to serve Him and enjoy what He has created. There is no purpose or meaning to our lives apart from this and this is summed up with ultimate meaning and purpose to our life in one thing. This is to fear God and keep his commandments because our lives will be brought before God for judgment as to whether they have been good or bad. It is the fear of God that causes us to be wise so that our lives are built through time like the assembly of a great ship.

Ephesians 3:
God’s eternal purpose for us is that we become part of His corporate bride that reveals the unity of the fellowship with God and each other that brings ultimate fulfillment, meaning and good that is everlasting and enlarging. This is according to the unity of fellowship in the oneness of the tri-unity of the one true God in the Father and Son and in the Holy Spirit. To enter into this ultimate purpose and destiny individually and corporately it is important that we are strengthened with might in our inner being by the indwelling of God’s Spirit through the building up of our faith.

Def: eternal in relation to eternal purpose
G165 αἰών aion (ai-own’) n.
1. (properly) an age
2. (by extension) perpetuity (also past)
3. (by implication) the world
4. (specially, Jewish) a Messianic period (present or future)
[from an obsolete primary noun apparently meaning “continued duration”]
KJV: age, course, eternal, (for) ever(-more), (n-)ever, (beginning of the , while the) world (began, without end)
Compare: G5550, G2540
NT Vines:
an age,” is translated “eternal” in Eph 3:11, lit., “(purpose) of the ages” (marg.). See AGE.

<2,,166,aionios>
“describes duration, either undefined but not endless, as in Rom 16:25; 2Ti 1:9; Tit 1:2; or undefined because endless as in Rom 16:26, and the other sixty-six places in the NT.

“The predominant meaning of aionios, that in which it is used everywhere in the NT, save the places noted above, may be seen in 2Co 4:18, where it is set in contrast with proskairos, lit., ‘for a season,’ and in Phm 1:15, where only in the NT it is used without a noun. Moreover it is used of persons and things which are in their nature endless, as, e.g., of God, Rom 16:26; of His power, 1Ti 6:16, and of His glory, 1Pe 5:10; of the Holy Spirit, Heb 9:14; of the redemption effected by Christ, Heb 9:12, and of the consequent salvation of men, Heb 5:9, as well as of His future rule, 2Pe 1:11, which is elsewhere declared to be without end, Luk 1:33; of the life received by those who believe in Christ, Joh 3:16, concerning whom He said, ‘they shall never perish,’ Joh 10:28, and of the resurrection body, 2Co 5:1, elsewhere said to be ‘immortal,’ 1Co 15:53, in which that life will be finally realized, Mat 25:46; Tit 1:2.

“Aionios is also used of the sin that ‘hath never forgiveness,’ Mar 3:29, and of the judgment of God, from which there is no appeal, Heb 6:2, and of the fire, which is one of its instruments, Mat 18:8; Mat 25:41; Jud 1:7, and which is elsewhere said to be ‘unquenchable,’ Mar 9:43. “The use of aionios here shows that the punishment referred to in 2Th 1:9, is not temporary, but final, and, accordingly, the phraseology shows that its purpose is not remedial but retributive.” * [* From Notes on Thessalonians by Hogg and Vine, pp. 232,233.]

January 29, 2015 Thursday
Luke 19:
1.    Those that are truly the sons of Abraham are those that do not care what people think of them but rather have a fear of God that births of hunger that seeks God even if they are misunderstood. They are also humble enough to acknowledge their faults and to receive God’s forgiveness. They may have been disadvantaged by circumstances in life and out of poverty even became materially rich because their identity was more in God then in acceptance and identity from their friends and society. 1-10
2.    It is a counterfeit fear of God that acknowledges the severity of God apart from the kindness and goodness of God that brings focus on the consciousness of loss to self in place of ultimate completeness and God that motivates one to live on the self above God and ignore the righteousness of the true severity of God unto everlasting loss instead of everlasting reward. 11-27
3.    Just as the unfaithful servant was not ready and did not know the hour of his visitation so we as individuals and also corporately as the body of Christ must be aware that our focus is not on equating godliness with material blessings. This happens because of the loss of the genuine fear of God which has respect onto God as exceedingly precious so that the place of assembly before God is not treated as common but as a place of assembly or meeting with God in reverence in prayer and  as such does not tolerate covetousness and the interests and entertainments of this world. 28-48

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January 20, 2015 Tuesday
Hebrews 11:

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January 19, 2015 Monday
Mark 16:
Matthew 28:
Luke 21:
John 20 and 21:

I read all accounts of the resurrection of Christ. The tendency to believe in the worst and the power of death over the power of the resurrection is a condition of hardness and unbelief of heart. Moral persuasion in God’s power over the impossible must prevail in trials and the greatest contradictions in order to overcome all things.

 

January 20, 2015 Tuesday
Hebrews 11:

Def: faith

G4102 πίστις pistis (pis’-tis) n.

1. persuasion, i.e. credence

2. (morally) conviction (of religious truth, or the truthfulness of God or a religious teacher)

3. (especially) reliance upon Christ for salvation

4. (abstractly) constancy in such profession

5. (by extension) the system of religious (Gospel) truth itself

[from G3982]

KJV: assurance, belief, believe, faith, fidelity

Root(s): G3982

Def: substance

G5287 ὑπόστασις hupostasis (hoop-os’-tas-is) n.

1. a setting under (support)

2. (figuratively) concretely, essence, or abstractly, assurance (objectively or subjectively)

[from a compound of G5259 and G2476]

KJV: confidence, confident, person, substance

Root(s): G5259, G2476

G5259 ὑπό hupo (hoop-oh’) prep.

1. under

2. (with the genitive case) of place (beneath), or with verbs (the agency or means, through)

3. (with the accusative case) of place (whither (underneath) or where (below) or time (when (at)) In the comparative, it retains the same general applications, especially of inferior position or condition, and specially, covertly or moderately.

G2476 ἵστημι histemi (his’-tay-mee) v.

1. to stand

{transitively or intransitively; used in various applications, literally or figuratively}

[a prolonged form of a primary stao stah’-o (of the same meaning, and used for it in certain tenses)]

KJV: abide, appoint, bring, continue, covenant, establish, hold up, lay, present, set (up), stanch, stand (by, forth, still, up)

<1,,3776,ouisia>

derived from a present participial form of eimi, “to be,” denotes “substance, property,” Luk 15:12-13, RV, “substance,” AV, “goods” and “substance.”

<2,,5224,huparchonta>

the neuter plural of the present participle of huparcho, “to be in existence,” is used as a noun with the article, signifying one’s “goods,” and translated “substance” in Luk 8:3. See GOODS, POSSESS, A, No. 3.

<3,,5223,huparxis>

existence (akin to No. 2), possession: see POSSESS, B, No. 4.

<4,,5287,hupostasis>

for which see CONFIDENCE, A No. 2, is translated “substance” (a) in Heb 1:3, of Christ as “the very image” of God’s “substance;” here the word has the meaning of the real nature of that to which reference is made in contrast to the outward manifestation (see the preceding clause); it speaks of the Divine essence of God existent and expressed in the revelation of His Son. The AV, “person” is an anachronism; the word was not so rendered till the 4th cent. Most of the earlier Eng. versions have “substance;” (b) in Heb 11:1 it has the meaning of “confidence, assurance” (RV), marg., “the giving substance to,” AV, “substance,” something that could not equally be expressed by elpis, “hope.”

Faith was their moral persuasion in the trustworthiness of Who God is as revealed and in particular in God’s revealed word specifically in the promises of God. It is a persuasion that conquers all fear in whatever form including torture and death itself and endures till the end with a life in alignment with that persuasion.

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