Saturday, July 13, 2013

some good news...

it is easy to become a card carrying member of the doomsday brigade...

understanding that what one focuses on expands...i pray more of us back away from the hopeless trickbag and instead re-direct our energy to this Truth.

in the New Testament- Acts 17:31, one learns of resurrection.  just to name one of many Scriptures.  i believe there are over forty.

recently met someone that insisted that the New Testament was first written in greek.  on a personal level, i am not married to that belief.  i understand this is the narrative one is urged to accept.  since i tend to question it all...all i got on the topic are...questions.  

that said, despite this difference in belief/understanding, Almighty saw fit to show me how to show the significance of Hebrew in the New Testament.  why else would there be Hebrews 4:8?  there should be a margin note there if you look it up-which i suggest you do.  take no one's word for it.

more questions, i mean this is the Name above all others, yes? how is the word in the margin note pronounced in Hebrew?  why the specific detail?  might that be an important nugget for those searching through Scriptures to find Him and their Higher Purpose?  add this to when one  reads John 11:25...the same person, called by His Hebrew Name is speaking.  He is saying that He is the resurrection, and the life.  He goes further to say that he that believeth in Him, though dead, yet shall live. 

if we go back to greek and the strong's concordance, we find resurrection , strong's greek G#386 feminnine noun.  anastasis...resurrection.  here's what i found by way of a definition:

1.) a raising up
2) a rising from the dead
    a- that of Messiah
    b-that of all men at the end of the present age
    c- the resurrection of certain ones history who were restored to life (Hebrews 11:35) being me, i go to Hebrews 11:35 and found this Good News nugget:

Hebrews 11:35- women received their dead raised to life again: and others were tortured, not accepting deliverance; that they might obtain a better resurrection.

and folks...that little ditty sent me right back to John 11:25.  read a bit further to John 11:26 and got this Good News...'And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die, Believeth thou this?'

in a word...yes.  i do.  i am good.  saying His Name in Hebrew and blessed with perfect Peace on the other side of fully making up my mind. 

did someone say they felt 'hopeless'?  how so?

ONE Love~ ONE People~ ONE Mind...release heaven to earth...Matthew 6:9-13 One Voice, Now!

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