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The secrets hidden inside the book of Psalms.

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posted on Jun, 8 2015 @ 04:22 PM
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a reply to: DeathSlayer

I highly recommend this lecture series. I am only on 8/24 (I think) myself. But so far it's very interesting stuff. Time consuming, yes. But well worth it.



I didn't start you off at the beginning because lectures 7 & 8 are more on topic to my reply. But they aren't any less interesting.


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posted on Jun, 8 2015 @ 04:38 PM
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a reply to: Krazysh0t

Yeah, I noticed he had no response when I asked for actual documented cases. I'm still very much interested in those, if he can pull some up. Like you said, he made it sound like it happens all the time.



posted on Jun, 9 2015 @ 07:19 AM
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Are you not aware that Abraham was a patriarch?

You attempt to speak with authority but I see you know very little about what you speak of.

Abraham had lived as a nomadic and moved around throughout the Middle East. He had one of the largest tribes in the Middle East and fought against many other tribes. He had thousands of herdsmen, warriors and slaves and yet you think it was only him and a couple of women.

So now I wonder from all your posts just what else you are guessing at or maybe you just enjoy spreading lies and deceit.



posted on Jun, 9 2015 @ 07:51 AM
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So now I wonder from all your posts just what else you are guessing at or maybe you just enjoy spreading lies and deceit.


You're the one making guesses and taking stabs.



Are you not aware that Abraham was a patriarch?


Abraham was a patriarchal figure of the Old Testament, that may or may not have really existed. But, the Bible specifically tells us that his god was El Elyon, "The Most High".

The Bible also says that Abraham sat down and ate cakes and barbeque with "god" while discussing the fate of Sodom and Gomorrah and his (disadvantaged) family tree. The Bible also says that "god" told Abraham to kill his son, and then told him not to, as it was just a test.

I don't believe everything I read, especially allegorical Bible stories about mythical people.

Speaking of guessing and spreading deceit, The Kabbalah has nothing to do with chants, spells or incantations. It's all about the "tree of life" the temple of god, you. The seat of Judah....you.



GROK


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posted on Jun, 9 2015 @ 12:04 PM
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Abraham was a patriarchal figure of the Old Testament, that may or may not have really existed.


Geeeauyd Winword this just gets old.



posted on Mar, 7 2017 @ 04:29 AM
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How do I get the entire manuscript on the kaballa.



posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 07:34 AM
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Which chapter of psalm and prayer for someone to be successful in life, to be rich, for someone to have money always. I am interested, because I want to rich.



posted on Apr, 2 2017 @ 01:41 PM
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originally posted by: Stanleystanley
Which chapter of psalm ... for someone to be successful in life, ...

Focussing on that part of your question and getting to Psalm in a moment...

Proverbs 11:

4 Wealth will be of no benefit on the day of fury,

But righteousness is what will rescue from death.
...
28 The one trusting in his riches will fall,

But the righteous will flourish like the foliage.


Comparing with the human behavioural type Trump for example (now we get to Psalm 52, slightly different order of the verses):

7 “Here is a man who did not make God his refuge,* [Or “fortress.”]

But he trusted in his great riches

And relied on* his own evil plots.”* [1st *: Or “took shelter in.”; 2nd *: Lit., “adversities by him.”]
...
5 That is why God will pull you down once and for all;

He will snatch you up and tear you away from your tent;

He will uproot you from the land of the living. (Selah)
...
8 But I will be like a luxuriant olive tree in God’s house;

My trust is in God’s loyal love, forever and ever.


Psalm chapter 1:

1 Happy is the man who does not walk according to the advice of the wicked

And does not stand on the path of sinners

And does not sit in the seat of scoffers.

2 But his delight is in the law of Jehovah,

And he reads His law in an undertone* day and night. [Or “he meditates on His law.”]

3 He will be like a tree planted by streams of water,

A tree that produces fruit in its season,

The foliage of which does not wither.

And everything he does will succeed.


1 Timothy 6 (you can click the * for the footnote, it's a link now):

6 To be sure, there is great gain in godly devotion along with contentment.* 7 For we have brought nothing into the world, and neither can we carry anything out. 8 So, having food* and clothing,* we will be content with these things.

9 But those who are determined to be rich fall into temptation and a snare and many senseless and harmful desires that plunge men into destruction and ruin. 10 For the love of money is a root of all sorts of injurious things, and by reaching out for this love some have been led astray from the faith and have stabbed themselves all over with many pains.


Proverbs 3:

11 My son, do not reject the discipline of Jehovah,

And do not loathe his reproof,

12 For those whom Jehovah loves he reproves,

Just as a father does a son in whom he delights.

13 Happy is the man who finds wisdom

And the man who acquires discernment;

14 To gain it is better than gaining silver,

And having it as profit is better than having gold.

15 It is more precious than corals;* [See Glossary.]

Nothing you desire can compare to it.

16 Long life is in its right hand;

Riches and glory are in its left hand.

17 Its ways are pleasant,

And all its paths are peaceful.

18 It is a tree of life to those who take hold of it,

And those who keep firm hold of it will be called happy.


Proverbs 1:

1 The proverbs of Solʹo·mon, the son of David, the king of Israel:

2 To learn* wisdom and discipline; [Lit., “To know.”]

To understand wise sayings;

3 To acquire the discipline that gives insight,

Righteousness, good judgment,* and uprightness;* [Or “what is just.”; Or “fairness.”]

4 To impart shrewdness to the inexperienced;

To give a young man knowledge and thinking ability.

5 A wise person listens and takes in more instruction;

A man of understanding acquires skillful direction* [Or “wise guidance.”]

6 To understand a proverb and a puzzling saying,* [Or “a parable.”]

The words of the wise and their riddles.

7 The fear of* Jehovah is the beginning of knowledge. [Or “reverence for.”]

Only fools despise wisdom and discipline.


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posted on Apr, 3 2017 @ 12:30 PM
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Psalm

A song of praise to God. Psalms were set to music and sung by worshippers, including in public worship of Jehovah God at his temple in Jerusalem.—Lu 20:42; Ac 13:33; Jas 5:13.

Psalm 83:18 (KJV):
That men may know that thou, whose name alone is JEHOVAH, art the most high over all the earth.

American King James Version
That men may know that you, whose name alone is JEHOVAH, are the most high over all the earth.

American Standard Version
That they may know that thou alone, whose name is Jehovah, Art the Most High over all the earth.

Darby Bible Translation
That they may know that thou alone, whose name is Jehovah, art the Most High over all the earth.

English Revised Version
That they may know that thou alone, whose name is JEHOVAH, art the Most High over all the earth.

Webster's Bible Translation
That men may know that thou, whose name alone is JEHOVAH, art the most high over all the earth.

Young's Literal Translation
And they know that Thou -- (Thy name is Jehovah -- by Thyself,) Art the Most High over all the earth!

NW
May people know that you, whose name is Jehovah,
You alone are the Most High over all the earth.

Psalm 72:19
19 May his glorious name be praised forever,
And may his glory fill the whole earth. Amen and Amen.

2 Chronicles 6:14
14 and he said: “O Jehovah the God of Israel, there is no God like you in the heavens or on the earth, keeping the covenant and showing loyal love to your servants who are walking before you with all their heart.

Isaiah 42:8
8 I am Jehovah. That is my name;
I give my glory to no one else,
Nor my praise to graven images.


Do you know the most frequently mentioned name in the book of Psalms? Did you know "Jah" is a shortened version of the name "Jehovah"? Did you know some bible translators refuse to translate the Hebrew "Hallelujah" in the Christian Greek Scriptures in the book of Revelation yet do translate it inconsistently in the Hebrew Scriptures (a.k.a. the OT; it means "Praise Jah!" but it's translated as "Praise the LORD" while left as "Hallelujah" in Revelation, see for example the NIV)? Do you know what the shortest of all bible chapters is consisting of 2 verses? Do you know how many times God's name appears in that chapter?

Psalms:117:
1 Praise Jehovah, all you nations;
Glorify him, all you peoples.* [Or “clans.”]
2 For his loyal love toward us is great;
The faithfulness of Jehovah endures forever. Praise Jah!* [Or “Hallelujah!” “Jah” is a shortened form of the name Jehovah.]


3 times in 2 verses, you think the bible is trying to stress the importance of something including attempting to demonstrate what kind of game Satan was going to play with bible translations and hiding in plain sight? As Jehovah knew ahead of time what was going to happen to his name as described at Jeremiah 23:27: "They intend to make my people forget my name..."?

Do you know the next shortest chapter in the bible? Psalms 134:

Praise Jehovah,

All you servants of Jehovah,

You who stand in the house of Jehovah during the nights.

2 Raise your hands in holiness

And praise Jehovah.

3 May Jehovah, the Maker of heaven and earth,

Bless you from Zion.

5 times in 3 verses. 3 times in 1 verse!

Did you know the name of Jehovah appears in the Psalms over a 1000 times? Let's read the first verse of Psalms chapters 5 through 15 and notice how every verse has the name of God in it.

5:
Listen to my words, O Jehovah;

Be attentive to my sighing.
6:
O Jehovah, do not reprove me in your anger,

And do not correct me in your rage.
7:
O Jehovah my God, in you I have taken refuge.

Save me from all those persecuting me and rescue me.
8:
O Jehovah our Lord, how majestic your name is throughout the earth;

You have set your splendor even higher than the heavens!*
9:
I will praise you, O Jehovah, with all my heart;

I will tell about all your wonderful works.
10:
Why, O Jehovah, do you stand at a distance?

Why do you hide yourself in times of distress?
11:
In Jehovah I have taken refuge.

So how can you say to me:*

“Flee like a bird to your mountain!
12:
Save me, O Jehovah, for the loyal one is no more;

Faithful people have vanished from among men.
13:
How long, O Jehovah, will you forget me? Forever?

How long will you hide your face from me?
14:
The foolish* one says in his heart:

“There is no Jehovah.”
...
15:
O Jehovah, who may be a guest in your tent?

Who may reside in your holy mountain?


Anyway, this man presents the information above much better:

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