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Originally posted by Angle
Ever driven a snowscooter? Stupid girl? On icy roads?
Originally posted by stupid girl
Haven't finished reading all subsequent posts to the one in this reply, as I am researching as I go. However, I found this applicable and worth noting:
The Hebrew word Tevet means: The tenth attribute that enables a human being to be able to exchange or trade the gifts or talents of his natural strength into the spiritual realm that designs the purpose of his life.
The physical act of Giving ones tithe to God, being generous, sharing, the buying and selling or trading of things which promotes God's reality in the earth,
is also part of the spiritual energies which are released by God during the the tenth month called "Tevet" on God's Hebrew calendar.
But on the other hand "Tevet" is also the season when the negative energies of selfishness, evil eye, love of money, evil trading, slavery, the buying and selling of idols becomes evident in this season.
The origin of evil trade:
The tenth month on the Hebrew calendar is the season when the forces of evil which opposes God's authority in the earth begins to warfare and to contend against God's chosen ones.
Nimrod, the founder of the Babylonian system of trading (selling, making & buying of idols) established a law of opposing God through trading, where his stock market sold items of sorcery, witchcraft and magic.
God's Holy Seasons
For my endeavor to truly be in earnest, it must also be with the humility to submit my desire to His timing
Meditating on those verses in this context begins to paint quite a picture of what is being referred to.
The connection I'm still trying to make with the mark of the Beast is with the depth and scope of scripture, insofar as what is being implied by scripture can have a spiritual meaning and manifestation AND the physical or literal counterpart. The Bible is the master text of double entendre.
I am still working out your interpretation, but I feel very strongly that there is more-- whether you haven't gotten that far in working it out yourself or whether you have just decidedly edited your comments thus far in this thread, I do not know.