Crouching Donkey

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“Issachar is a strong donkey, crouching between the sheepfolds.” Genesis 49:14

 

Yesterday, I went looking for the first mention of the word “strong”.

It actually means, “skeleton of the body, and bones.”

I thought this strange.

 

This morning, the verse came to mind again, only the word “crouching”.

In the Hebrew the word is actually #7257 – “lying”.

 

Issachar was Leah’s 5th son.  Five reflects –  Favor and Grace!

“And God listened to Leah, and she conceived and bore Jacob a fifth son…Issachar.” Genesis 30:17

Of the tribe of Issachar it is said they are

“Mighty men of valor” and “Ready for war”.  1 Chronicles 7:1-5

Of all the tribes, Issachar…

“of the sons of Issachar who had understanding of the times, to know what Israel ought to do…” 1 Chronicles 12:32

 

Back to “crouching.” The word comes from the root Hebrew word #7257 “lying”

“Rabats” or Reysh, Bet, Tsadak.

As I thought on the word picture,

  • Man’s (Reysh) dwelling (Bet – our heart and body) in praise and prayer (Tsadik) – between two sheepfolds.  (Tsadik is one of my favorites because it looks like the one of kneeling or standing in praise)

Issachar is crouched down in a position of praise and prayer between two sheepfolds (our family and the world).

And of “strong” – Issachar knows

To his bone,

down to his core,

to the marrow of his “skeleton”

only through Praise and Prayer, through the Favor and Grace of Jesus Christ,

Protection for our family,

Discernment and understand for the times we live in.

 

And knowing, in this position of prayer and praise,

When troubles come upon us, we know…

What we “ought to do”!! Wisdom and Discernment

 

“Issachar is a strong donkey, crouching between two sheepfolds.”

Even when the whole world thinks we are a “donkey”; we are Mighty men of valor and ready for war in the position of praise and prayer!!

 

Mighty men and women of God,

Praise on!!


Reysh - 20th Hebrew Letter Word Picture: Head (of a man) Meaning: A person, the first, the highest, in the beginning.
Reysh – 20th Hebrew Letter
Word Picture: Head (of a man)
Meaning: A person, the first, the highest, in the beginning.
Bet - 2nd letter in the Hebrew alphabet Picture of a "tent or house" Within, heart, begin to, build, family.
Bet – 2nd letter in the Hebrew alphabet
Picture of a “tent or house”
Within, heart, begin to,
build, family.
Tsadik the 18th letter of Hebrew Picture of a "fishhook" or "hook" To catch, desire, to grasp, to praise Can you see the man standing, lifted hands in praise? (one of the five letters with different shapes when used at the end of a word)
Tsadik the 18th letter of Hebrew
Picture of a “fishhook” or “hook”
To catch, desire, to grasp, to praise
Can you see the man standing, lifted hands in praise?
(one of the five letters with different shapes when used at the end of a word)

Also, not at the end of a word Tsadik looks like this:

Tsadik - the 18th letter. Word picture of a "fishhook" or "hook" Meaning: to catch, desire to grasp, to praise. Can you see the man, with lifted hands on his knees in praise?
Tsadik – the 18th letter.
Word picture of a “fishhook” or “hook”
Meaning: to catch, desire to grasp, to praise.
Can you see the man, with lifted hands on his knees in praise?

Weaken Confidence – In A Word

What weakens confidence?

Hebrew word - Confidence - Batech
Hebrew word –
Confidence – Batech

The “twisting” between  

your “heart” and the

“Full Face” of Jesus!

Blows away, steals, strangles, destroy, kills... The "twisting" between your heart and the inner place of safety.
Blows away, steals, strangles, destroy, kills…
The “twisting” between your heart and

your fence of protection,

your inner place of safety,

Jesus

“In quietness and confidence shall be your strength.” Isaiah 30:15 NKJV


Bet - 2nd letter in the Hebrew alphabet Picture of a "tent or house" Within, heart, begin to, build, family.
Bet – 2nd letter in the Hebrew alphabet
Picture of a “tent or house”
Within, heart, begin to,
build, family.
Word picture: Snake Meaning: Surrounding, Encircling, Twisting, Coiling
Word picture: Snake
Meaning: Surrounding, Encircling, Twisting, Coiling
Chet - 8th Hebrew letter. Word Picture - Fence Meaning: - inner-room, protection, private, to separate, full-face. Can you see the outline of the face? Full Face of Jesus is what I see:)
Chet – 8th Hebrew letter.
Word Picture – Fence
Meaning: – inner-room, protection,
private, to separate, full-face. Can you see the outline of the face? Full Face of Jesus is what I see:)

“Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you.

Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.”

John 14:27 


blessings,

denise

Roar of the Blue

I woke up thinking about the green color of our swimming pool.

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My husband, armed with sanitizing items for war,

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is waging a fierce battle.

His mission,

to see the “blue!”

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“Good morning LORD!

Waking to thoughts of You.

Your not in the green,

Your in the blue!

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Clear and Sparkling.

Bright as Light.

Turning darkness

Into understanding sight.

 

Colors given one by one.

Gifts of rainbow from

The Son.

Remember Rainbow 2-20-11

Glorify Your Name in waves,

Colors singing,

and clouds parade!”

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I wondered, “What is the Hebrew definition for ‘blue’?”

An obscure idea of a “peeling off by concussion of sound”; a scale or shell (example a mussel) stemming from the unused root word “Shacal” which is the “roar of a lion”.

Blue – the roar of a lion.

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The Lion of Judah


Could it be,

the woman with the “issue of blood,” seeing Jesus passing by,

heard the “roar of the blue” from the hem of His garment?

Jesus would have worn something similar to this as His prayer shawl. The tassels is also known as the "wing" as in Malachi 4:2 "healing in its wings."
Jesus would have worn something similar to this as His prayer shawl. The tassels is also known as the “wing” as in Malachi 4:2 “healing in its wings.”

“The LORD said to Moses, “Speak to the people…and tell them to make tassels on the corners of their garments…and to put a cord of blue on the tassel of each corner.” Numbers 15:37-38 (ESV)

On hearing, the “scales” fell from her eyes to see,

And reaching out, she touched her Healing.

“For she said to herself, ‘If I only touch His garment, I shall be made well. But Jesus turned around, and when He saw her He said, “Be of good cheer, daughter, your faith has made you well.” Matthew 9:21-22


Hidden treasure in the word pictures of “Shacal” #7826 Strong’s

Sheen – smile

Sheen - 21st Hebrew letter. Word picture: Teeth or Fire Meaning: Smile, to consume, to feed on. Can you see the smile?
Sheen – 21st Hebrew letter.
Word picture: Teeth or Fire
Meaning: Smile, to consume, to feed on.
Can you see the smile?

Chet – full face

Chet - 8th Hebrew letter. Word Picture - Fence Meaning: - inner-room, protection, private, to separate, full-face. Can you see the outline of the face?
Chet – 8th Hebrew letter.
Word Picture – Fence
Meaning: – inner-room, protection,
private, to separate, full-face. Can you see the outline of the face?

Lamed – Shepherd

Lamed - 12th Hebrew Letter Word picture - Staff or Rod. Shepherd, to learn, to accompany, Instruction, authority. Lamed is one of my favorites! Can you see the staff of the Shepherd?
Lamed – 12th Hebrew Letter
Word picture – Staff or Rod.
Shepherd, to learn, to accompany,
Instruction, authority.
Lamed is one of my favorites! Can you see the staff of the Shepherd?

“…Jesus turned around and saw her…”

The smile of the full face of the Shepherd

Jesus

He said, “…daughter…”


I’m seeing her smile too,

In the Roar of the Blue!

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The "blue" was from the cerulean mussel, the rare color was used to dye the tassels. This prayer shawl is an example only of what the "woman" would have been reaching to touch on Jesus's hem. I wept like a baby when I purchased this in a shop on the Sea of Galilee.

The “blue” was from the cerulean mussel, the rare color was used to dye the tassels. This prayer shawl is an example of what the “woman” would have been reaching to touch on Jesus’s hem.
I wept like a baby when I purchased this in a shop on the Sea of Galilee.

 

May you be blessed today with healing and well-being under the blue!

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Taste and See

I woke this morning ‘muttering” this verse…

“Oh, Taste and See that the

LORD is good;

Blessed is the man who

Trust in Him.” Psalm 34:8

 

“…Israel called its name manna…and the taste of it was like wafer made with honey.” Exodus 16:31

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“Taste and See

In the fatness

Of Your Word.

Rich and Full,

More than a

Hundred calories worth!”


Taste – Hebrew word – Ta’am #2938  – perceive – good discernment.

Ta’am or the Hebrew letters – Tet, Ayin, Mem

Taste and See in the Word Pictures….

ט  Tet – snake – encircle, wrap, twisting.

Word picture: Snake Meaning: Surrounding, Encircling, Twisting, Coiling
Word picture: – 9th letter Snake
Meaning: Surrounding, Encircling, Twisting, Coiling

ע  Ayin – eye – to see, to know.

Ayin - 16th letter Word picture - Eye to see, to know, to experience, to understand.
Ayin – 16th letter
Word picture – Eye
to see, to know, to experience, to understand.

ם   Mem – water – movement, Holy Spirit

Mem - 13th Hebrew letter Word picture - Water Meaning - waters, flow, Holy Spirit Can you see the "wave" on the top of the letter? (One of the five letters with a different shape when used at the end of a word)
Mem – 13th Hebrew letter
Word picture – Water
Meaning – waters, flow, Holy Spirit
Can you see the “wave” on the top of the letter?
(One of the five letters with a different shape when used at the end of a word)

 Taste and See…

-Wrapping your eye around the movement of the Holy Spirit!-

Yardinet Baptism site - Jordan River, Israel
Yardinet Baptism site – Jordan River, Israel

And NOT the snake…

Do not look at the twisting chaos of his wake!! –

 

The snake is all around us…but I want to Wrap my eye around the movement of the Holy Spirit Who is with us wherever we go!!

Thank You Jesus for your finished work of the Cross!


“This Book…shall not depart from your mouth…meditate in it day and night…observe…for then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success.  Be strong and courageous. Do not be frighten, and do not be dismayed, for the LORD your God is with you whenever you go.” Joshua 1:8 (ESV)


 “Bless my hand as I

Knead the dough.

Your Holy Spirit

Is my Guide

As I follow Your flow.”


Jesus Calling Devotional - June 28th
Jesus Calling Devotional – June 28th

 When I opened the Jesus Calling Devotional book after this time with the Lord, I about fell out!!

May you Taste and See the Holy Spirit’s movement in all the good plans He has for each of you, in Jesus Holy Name!! Amen!!


Poems by denisebalog©

Daniel surrounded in Peace

Nine in Scripture speaks of the Holy Spirit.

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Nine gifts of the Spirit – 1 Corinthians 12:1-10

Nine fruits of the Spirit – Galatians 5:22


 

“It takes the Holy Spirit to understand,

The depth of treasures

Written by Your hand.”

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The Ninth letter “Tet” has a meaning of “surround”.

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as in the “twisting” of a vine growing up towards the light.

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Or the “encircling” to keep something together, and loose ends from falling apart.

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I especially like this example – the “twisting” of braided Easter bread with icing on top! Sweet!


 

 

The Ninth letter of the Hebrew Alphabet is the word picture of a “snake”.

Word picture: Snake Meaning: Surrounding, Encircling, Twisting, Coiling
Word picture: Snake
Meaning: Surrounding, Encircling, Twisting, Coiling

Definitely NOT my favorite word picture.

But, as much as I do not like the picture or the idea of a “snake”, there is still no denying the existence of evil.

Hence, even in the letters, “Tet” can be used to help give understanding and wisdom in the “spiritual” and “natural” realm.


 

 

What of Daniel in verse 9 of Chapter 10? 

“Then I heard the sound of his words, I fell on my face in deep sleep with my face to the ground. 

Daniel was “encircled, surrounded” in a deep sweet sleep!

For Daniel, in the context of the retelling of his story, he has just seen the full face of Jesus in verse eight – Chet.

Chet - 8th Hebrew letter. Word Picture - Fence Meaning: - inner-room, protection, private, to separate, full-face
Chet – 8th Hebrew letter.
Word Picture – Fence
Meaning: – inner-room, protection,
private, to separate, full-face

He didn’t fall into the “encircling” or “twisted” fear of the “snake”;

But into the sweet sleep of the beloved as one who has seen

And felt the surrounding peace of the beauty of Christ.


 

If you are tossing, “twisting”, and

feel as if your loose ends are coming apart;

May you as one who hears,

“the sound of His words…”

“I have come that (you) may have life, and that (you) may have it abundantly.” John 10:10 

“Encircle” your thoughts and mind to

love of Jesus

Who wore the “twisted” vine of thorns

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to give you peace, free from fear 

“He gives His beloved sleep.” Psalm 127:2

for He is the

Prince of Peace. Isaiah 9:6
Prince of Peace. Isaiah 9:6

Good night and God bless!

denise


 

poem by denisebalog

Daniel in the window of Grace – Day Five – Part I

I couldn’t begin the study of Daniel, and the Hebrew letters again, without taking the time to stop and look through the window of “Hey” 

Hey - the 5th letter of Hebrew. Word picture: Window Meaning: behold, to reveal, Grace My very personal favorite!
Hey – the 5th letter of Hebrew.
Word picture: Window
Meaning: behold, to reveal, Grace
My very personal favorite!

“Hey” is the letter that drew me in to behold the beauty Grace in the Hebrew letters. When the “hey” is added to a word, miracles begin to open up.

Saint Church in Jerusalem
Saint Anne’s Church in Jerusalem

In Genesis 17, God added the “hey to Abram’s name, changing it to Abraham, and the “hey” to Sarai, changing her name to Sarah. In Chapter 18, Abraham is speaking with God as a friend, and promises Sarah a son the following year. They found favor or “Hey” in the eyes of God.

The fifth time (the number for “Hey”) Noah’s name is mentioned, it say’s “Noah found favor (or grace in Hebrew) in the eyes of the Lord. Genesis 6:8

Rainbow of the Sea of Galilee
Rainbow of the Sea of Galilee

The fifth time Ruth’s name is mentioned, “…after him in whose sight I shall find favor.” Ruth 2:2 Ruth marries the richest man in town and is listed in the genealogy of Jesus.

The fifth time David’s name is mentioned, “Let David remain in my service, for he has found favor in my sight.” 1 Samuel 16:22 the chapter Samuel the prophet anointed David to one day be king.

New Testament – “…five roofed colonnades” where Jesus healed the man who had be an invalid for thirty-eight years, in the Fifth Chapter of John!

"Now there is in Jerusalem by the Sheep Gate a pool...which has five roofed colonnades." John 5:2 (ESV)
“Now there is in Jerusalem by the Sheep Gate a pool…which has five roofed colonnades.” John 5:2 (ESV)

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and Jesus feeds Five Thousand with Five “…barley loaves” in John 6:9

View of the Sea of Galilee
View of the Sea of Galilee

As you can see, beholding the fifth letter “Hey” captures my attention!

Thank you for joining me as we “look” at the Hebrew letters. May you be blessed with the blessings of Abraham, as a friend, beholding the beauty of Grace and Favor in the window of the fifth letter in Hebrew “Hey”.


Tomorrow… Part II of Daniel in the window of Grace – Day Five “Hey”

“And God gave Daniel favor…” Daniel 1:9    

 

Whom is This? Daniel at the Door – Day 4

“On the twenty-fourth day of the first month, as I was standing on the bank of the great river (that is, the Tigris) Daniel 10:4

Dalet - 4th letter Word picture - Door pathway, direction, course, breakforth
Dalet – 4th letter
Word picture – Door
pathway, direction, course, breakforth

Daniel was in the right place or “path”.

Jerusaelm
Jerusalem

Daniel was – at the place to see a “break forth” of his fasting.

Bethlehem
Bethlehem the house of “bread”

“(Daniel) probably walking there, not for diversion, but devotion and contemplation, as Isaac walked the field…” quote by Matthew Henry

Jesus walked with “direction and course” for devotion and prayer with the Father.

“…first month” is speaking of  the month of Nissan – Jesus was crucified on the 14th day of Nissan. I wonder if He was walking on by the Sea of Galilee 10 days after he rose?Arbel, Galilee, Israel


 

The past three days I have prepared the posts the night before. Last night, after a long day, I choose to sit quietly before going to bed. Rising early, for the best part of my day, time spent in the Word.  Pondering whether to take to prepare the post of Dalet, I want to be sure I am right on His path and not mine.

Coffee poured, picking up the little devotional book I read daily,

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noted in my handwriting was Exodus 21:6. Turning to the Scripture, my heart was quicken with a sweet “Word” to open the door for this post today. 

“He shall also bring him to the door, or to the doorpost, and his master shall pierce his ear with an awl; and he shall serve him forever.” Exodus 21:6

The verse is speaking about one who “chooses” to stay by his master’s side and live in his house.

Yes, today Lord, I thank You for Your Word, which guides, and positions me at the door of all the good things You have prepared on the path. Blessings be upon all my friends and neighbors as they go on their paths today.

Pilgrims descent down the Mount of Olives
Pilgrims descent down the Mount of Olives

 

Whom is This? Day 3 – Daniel the burden-barer

The Lord opened my eyes to see the beauty of His Son Jesus while reading Daniel Chapter 10. – Day 3 – Verse 3 – Third letter of Hebrew Alphabet – Gimel


“I ate no delicacies, no meat or wine entered my mouth, nor did I anoint myself at all, for the full three weeks.” Daniel 10:3 

Gimel - 3rd Hebrew letter Word Picture: Camel Meaning: to lift up, transport, kindness, service, burden-barer
Gimel – 3rd Hebrew letter
Word Picture: Camel
Meaning: to lift up, transport, kindness, service, burden-barer

Custom – mourners do not speak and stay inside.

Anointing oil is for joy – Daniel stayed “within” in prayer; he was burden for his people.

Jesus was hungryBurden- barer “And after fasting forty days and forty nights, he was hungry.”Matthew 4:2 (ESV)


“Though he (Daniel) was now a very old man, and might plead…” quote from Matthew Henry 

Jesus “denied Himself, and did not plead…He chose to “lift up” prayer and devotion.


In Jewish lore, the letter Gimel, reflects a person who is running (can you see the two legs?) after someone to show them kindness.


If you have ever been to the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem, most likely you would have seen a camel waiting at the top of the descent, offering tourists the opportunity to take a ride.

Hard working - burden-bare Camel
Hard working – burden-bare Camel

The camel pictured here, was the same camel waiting for our group to come in 2011 and 2014. One look at his callous knees, and the amount of times he has to get up and down, I think you would agree, it is an act of kindness on his part.

I have often thought of this hardworking burden-barer, wondering if he will find a special place of honor, and rest beside the throne in our Kingdom heaven. I would like to believe his reward will be great for faithfully serving pilgrims over the many years.

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May your day be filled with joy in the knowledge of the One Who left His throne to run after us with His acts of kindness and love. Jesus, Who bore our burden all the way to Calvary. 

Whom is This? The heart of Daniel – Day 2

The Lord opened my eyes to see the beauty of His Son Jesus while reading Daniel Chapter 10.  – Day 2 – Verse 2 – Second letter of the Alphabet – Bet


 

“In those days I, Daniel, was mourning for three weeks.” 

Daniel 10: Verse 2.

Daniel was “heartbroken”.

Bet - 2nd letter in the Hebrew alphabet Picture of a "tent or house" Within, heart, begin to, build, family.
Bet – 2nd letter in the Hebrew alphabet
Picture of a “tent or house”
Within, heart, begin to,
build, family.

“Jesus wept.” John 11:35 (ESV)


“Note, Good men cannot but mourn to see how slowly the work of God goes on in the world and what opposition it meets with, how weak its friends are and how active its enemies.” quote from Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the Whole Bible.  


Bet or Beit

The letter Bet is the first letter of written in the Bible (Torah). Genesis 1:1.

The Jewish sages or teachers, see the letter as a house with a roof, floor and a back, which blocks the view of all that comes before the letter. (As it is the first letter in Scripture, nothing else should come before Scripture).

The understanding is that the front of the letter, the door of the “house” are where the words of all the Scripture is “housed”, and inside the words are all the secrets of God’s wisdom.

Tent or House - photo captured at Megiddo in Israel - 1 Kings 4:12
Tent or House – photo captured at Megiddo in Israel – 1 Kings 4:12

As my heart’s desire was to capture photos to represent the Hebrew letters, this tent was set up at Megiddo (where Solomon housed his many horses) in preparation for a children’s afternoon play. I was delighted to “see” it on our first full day in Israel:)

blessings, 

denise

ps: Hebrew reads right to left; my “tent or house” is visually backwards to the letter, but it was too pretty to pass by:) 


 

In a word – Stand

I will set my heart –

Upon the waters movement,

Seeing opened paths.


“I will stand at my watch and

station myself on the ramparts;

I will look to see what

HE will say to me…”

Habakkuk 2:1 (NIV)


 Hebrew word #5975 – Stand – amad (aw-mad)

Ayin – eye to see to know

Ayin - 16th letter Word picture - Eye to see, to know, to experience, to understand.
Ayin – 16th letter
Word picture – Eye
to see, to know, to experience, to understand.

Mem – waters movement – Holy Spirit

Mem - 13th letter Word picture - water movement of the Holy Spirit
Mem – 13th letter
Word picture – water
movement of the Holy Spirit

Dalet – door – pathway, direction

Dalet - 4th letter Word picture - Door pathway, direction, course, breakforth
Dalet – 4th letter
Word picture – Door
pathway, direction, course, break forth

 

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A year has passed from the day I set my heart to start a blog on WordPress.

Never knowing the course or direction it would flow.

Opening a door to find the voice of a poet standing inside of me.

blessings,

denise

The Place Between Your Care and Burden

“What is a “burden,”

and what is a “care”?

Show me,

Lord,

the difference there.

 

First Mention in Scripture for “burden”.

“…couching down between two burdens.”

Genesis 49:14 KJV

 

The “difference”,

Lord,

that I see,

Is one is done in praise

Tsadik the 18th letter of Hebrew Picture of a "fishhook" or "hook" To catch, desire, to grasp, to praise Can you see the man standing, lifted hands in praise? (one of the five letters with different shapes when used at the end of a word)
Tsadik the 18th letter of Hebrew
Picture of a “fishhook” or “hook”
To catch, desire, to grasp, to praise
Can you see the man standing, lifted hands in praise?
(one of the five letters with different shapes when used at the end of a word)

“Cast your burden on the LORD,

And He will sustain you.” Psalm 55:22(ESV)

 

And one upon the knees.

Tsadik - the 18th letter. Word picture of a "fishhook" or "hook" Meaning: to catch, desire to grasp, to praise. Can you see the man, with lifted hands on his knees in praise?
Tsadik – the 18th letter.
Word picture of a “fishhook” or “hook”
Meaning: to catch, desire to grasp, to praise.
Can you see the man, with lifted hands on his knees in praise?

“…casting all your care upon Him,

For He cares for you.” 1 Peter 5:7 (NKJV)


 

Blessings dear friends and neighbors:)

It’s Friday!

denise

The Movement of Fasting – part two

-Caught up in Praise- Hebrew #18  to catch, desire, to grasp, "to praise" - Picture of a "hook or fishhook"
-Caught up in Praise-
Hebrew #18
to catch, desire, to grasp,
“to praise” –
Picture of a “hook or fishhook”

 – Fasting –

On your knees

Joined to

The movement of the Holy Spirit.


 

“…but I give myself to prayer.”

Psalm 109:4 (NKJV)


 

The Hebrew word for “fasting” is

Tsown (tsome) spelled

Tsadak, Vav, Mem.

-Caught up in Praise- Hebrew #18  to catch, desire, to grasp, "to praise" - Picture of a "hook or fishhook"
Hebrew #18
to catch, desire, to grasp,
“to praise” –
Picture of a “hook or fishhook”
Vav - 6th Hebrew letter Word picture - nail or a peg Meaning: joined
Vav – 6th Hebrew letter
Word picture – nail or a peg
Meaning: joined
Mem - 13th Hebrew letter Word picture - Water Meaning - waters, flow, Holy Spirit
Mem – 13th Hebrew letter – (visually closed letter at the end of a word)
Word picture – Water
Meaning – waters, flow, Holy Spirit

On your knees

Joined to

The movement of the Holy Spirit.


 

In my quiet time, looking up the word “fasting”

this is what the Hebrew letters, represented by the

“pictures” speaks to me.  Can you see the “man” or

“woman” kneeling in praise?

I find the Hebrew word pictures amazing.

“…written with the finger of God.” Exodus 31:18

blessings, 

denise