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Kimberly Rogers and Laura Densmore team up as two “watchers on the wall” to report on the headline news this week as it relates to end of days bible prophesies.
Join us on the wall as we count down to the final 1260 days prior to the return of Messiah Yeshua!
Stories covered in this show:
Hurricane Isaac and the Land for Peace Connection
Isaac became Tropical Depression 10 on Tuesday: the same the day the Republicans added the “two-state” solution in Israel to their convention platform.
Pattern: THIRD Republican Convention in a row to get hit with a hurricane: Hurricane Frances during 2004 Convention, Hurricane Gustav during 2008 Convention, now Hurricane Isaac during 2012 Convention.
Hurricane Katrina and Isaac: both made landfall on August 29
Is the name of Isaac a clue/warning from Yahweh? Don’t divide the covenant land!
Will Obama Keep Power “By Any Means Necessary?”
Obama Preparing for Total takeover: DHS insider source: “It’s going hot”
Military convoys moving throughout the US
Russia is disengaging from Syria: arms shipments stopped, warships exit Tartus
The GOOD NEWS: Join us for SHALOM WAVE Sukkot 2012
Seven Sukkot groups will be joining us via SKYPE for a SHALOM WAVE during Sukkot, more joining!
Ezekiel 38/39 war is PRECEDED by Ezekiel 37: the DRY BONES coming together
Are we seeing the scattered dry bones starting to come together, shaking, rattling, and coming to life?
To listen to the live report or download the recorded report click on –> “The 1260 Report.”
Proverbs 21:1“The sovereign’s heart is as channels of water In the hand of יהוה (Yahweh); He turns it wherever He wishes.”
Romans 13:1-2 “1 Let every being be in subjection to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from Elohim (Mighty One/God), and the authorities that exist are appointed by Elohim. 2 So he who opposes the authority withstands the institution of Elohim, and those who withstand shall bring judgment on themselves.”
The Living Bible paraphrases Proverbs 21:1 as, “Just as water is turned into irrigation ditches, so the Lord directs the king’s thoughts. He turns them wherever He wants to.” This helps us to understand God’s sovereignty and history as well. If the thoughts of a king—representing the highest and most influential person in the nation—are in God’s hand, and He influences his decisions when it pleases Him, are not all governors of men completely under the Almighty’s sovereign control? Clearly, the sovereign Lord of Creation is moving all history in the direction He desires it to go.
It is not hard to comprehend, then, how Paul formulated the concepts he expresses in Romans 13:1-2:
Let every soul be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and the authorities that exist are appointed by God. Therefore whoever resists the authority resists the ordinance of God, and those who resist will bring judgment on themselves.
This explains why Moses declares that the actions of Korah and his group were a rebellion against God Himself (Numbers 16:11). Nor is it hard to understand why Jesus says in Luke 10:16 that to reject an apostle, one sent by God bearing a message, is to reject Him, and to reject Him is to reject the Father who sent Him.
Government is the overriding issue in the Bible. Ultimately, a son of God need not be concerned if the government of his homeland is legal or illegal, or if it governs appropriately or inappropriately. What matters is that the Christian recognizes God’s sovereignty, confident that in His oversight God never sleeps or looks the other way. He is fully aware of whatever happens. Because of the purpose He is working out, this One who knows every sparrow that falls has either passed on what occurs or directly caused it. That is all that matters. With this understanding, we can truly live by faith, knowing God is ruling His creation. That is what we are here to learn and trust.
All of the numbers used in scripture have some variety in their meaning. However, every number has a common theme that runs through each one. The number ‘four’ is no exception. This number is overwhelmingly seen in the material creation and the expression of God’s purpose in the world or on the earth. We first see this in the 4th word in the beginning, the aleph-tav. The fourth word in the book of B’reshith (Genesis) is not translated into the English. In the Hebrew it is simply the first and last letters of the Hebrew aleph-bet. It appears hundreds of times in the Tenakh as a grammatical form called the sign of the direct object. But when it is used as a distinct part of Hebrew grammar it is seen followed by a maqqef, or what would be called a hyphen in the English. It is only seen a hand full of times as standing alone. At any rate, it still points to the creation as being the direct object of the Creator, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End, the Alpha and the Omega. The fourth word speaks of the creation and the Creator who accomplished this by His Word. All that was needed to restore the creation in the next 20 verses was created in the first verse. This is why there is no mention of creating from verse one through verse twenty-one.
On the first day we see YHVH (Yahweh) restoring by four means: He said, He saw, He divided and He called. On the second day we see YHVH restoring His creation by four means: He said, He made, He divided, He called. On the fourth day we see YHVH restoring the earth by four means: He said, He made, He set, and He saw. On the seventh day we see our Creator giving His creation the pattern for Shabbat by ending, resting, blessing, and sanctifying. He does these four things on four of the seven days. On the fourth day the material creation is complete or tov. Our Creator shows us His creation through the number four from the very beginning. Man can now look out his window from the four walls of his house and see the divine stamp of four in most of what he sees. He sees his day divided into morning, afternoon, evening and night. He sees four directions on his compass, four elements in his world: earth, air, fire, and water. He experiences four seasons: spring, summer, fall, and winter, unless he lives in Miami or Phoenix. At night, he sees four phases of the moon. He reads all manner of literature testifying of the four winds and the four corners of the earth, and from the garden of Eden he sees four rivers encompassing the earth. We read in the beginning that there are lights in the firmament to be for signs, seasons, days, and years for the earth. This is to be God’s calendar that man cannot manipulate or conveniently place into dispensations. After the flood, we learn that the population of the world will be accomplished by four men: Noach, Shem, Ham and Yapheth, with a little help from four wives. As we count the years we see that the Word of God made flesh was to come in the 4th millenium.
The first command to the creation was to multiply or increase. Here we begin to see the root meaning of the Hebrew word for four, ‘areva’ah. It’s verbal root is rava’, which means to breed or increase. Coincidence? One of it’s major cognates is ravah, which means ‘much’ or to multiply. Can you see YHVH’s handiwork in all this? Ravah is where we get the word ‘Rabbi’. A rabbi is one who is a teacher of ‘much’ skill and ‘increased’ learning. So, from the beginning we see the stamp of four (‘areva’ah) in the first commands to His creation.
The Hebrew letter that is represented by the number four is dalet, with it’s root being dalah.Dalet means a door, or the way to enter. We are told by Messiah, in context with the ‘new birth’ or the ‘new creature’, that heavenly things are comprehended by trusting in the earthly things. Through the creation and God’s commands to His creation we are given pictures of heavenly, eternal realities. Mankind from the beginning could not be redeemed outside of the Messiah, for He is the only way, the only door (dalet). This is pictured in the kinsman-redeemer. The deliverer had to come into the world and take upon flesh. The holy ones of the Tenakh (Old Testament) had been waiting in sheol (hell) until the death of the testator, in order to receive their inheritance. Believers today share that same inheritance.
Ivrim (Hebrews) 9:15 “And for this cause He is the mediator of the new covenant, that by means of death, for the redemption of the transgressions that were under the first testament, they who are called might receive the promise of eternal inheritance.”
Our inheritance with the saints could only be accomplished when that which was heavenly took upon flesh (became part of the creation) to redeem His creation. The number four or dalet, the door, is seen in the Messiah, who came into the WORLD as part of the CREATION, in order to redeem His creation.
Below is a small sample of the use of the number four in scripture.
4 gospels record the events of the Messiah on the earth.
Each gospel pictures the Messiah from Yechezk’el’s (Ezekiel) 4 living creatures with 4 faces and 4 wings
The children of Israel were camped around the Tabernacle in 4 camps
The book of Dani’el records 4 kingdoms to rule the world: Babylon, Persian, Greece and Rome, represented by 4 beasts
The human creation is called kindreds, tongues, peoples, and nations: Hitgalut (Revelation) 5:9, 7:9, 10:11, 17:15; B’reshith (Genesis) 10:5,20,31.
4 judgments on the world: war, famine, pestilence, and earthquakes: Mattityahu (Matthew) 24:6-7
Nebuchadnezzars image of gold, silver, bronze, iron – iron/clay
4 horsemen bring terror and death to the world: Hitgalut 6:1-8
4 soils of the world: Mattityahu 13:3-8
Elect to be gathered from the 4 winds: Mattityahu 24:31
4 sides of the brazen altar with 4 horns: Sh’mot (Exodus) 27:1-2
4 outer coverings of the Tabernacle: fine linen, goat’s hair, ram’s skin, and badger skins: Sh’mot 26:1-6
4 rows of stones in the breastplate of the high priest: Sh’mot 28:17-21
4 pillars with 4 sockets in the entrance to the Tabernacle gate: Sh’mot 27:16
3 metals plus wood in the making of the Tabernacle: Sh’mot 25:3
4 sore judgments of Yechezk’el 14:21
4 kinds of flesh: 1 Corinthians 15:39
4 kinds of glories: 1 Corinthians 15:40-41
Iyov’s (Hebrews) 4 comforters
There were actually 4 in the fiery furnace in Dani’el
The gematria of the world’s oldest city Damascus is 444
4 animals for sacrifice: bullock, goat, lamb, and turtledoves
New Jerusalem is to be 4 square: Hitgalut 21:6
4 principle names of Lucifer cast down to earth: Dragon, the old serpent, devil, and satan
4 women of Yahshua’s (Jesus’s) genealogy: Tamar, Rahav, Ruth and the wife of Uriah (Bathsheba)
And of course we must mention that the most revealing use of the number four is in the moronic, WORLDLY game of golf, in which too many of God’s CREATURES, just before popping the golfer ahead of them in the head, yell ‘FORE!’
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