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Q56: 63. "Thy King Cometh"

Show the Desire of Ages is inspired..

(1) The sacrifice of Jesus was voluntary

While the people were assembling at Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover, He, the antitypical Lamb, by a voluntary act set Himself apart as an oblation.

Proof the SOP is inspired is the voluntary act of Jesus regarding His sacrifice for us.

Le 1:3 If his offering be a burnt sacrifice (olah) of the herd, let him offer a male without blemish: he shall offer it of his own voluntary will at the door of the tabernacle of the congregation before the LORD.

There was a sacrifice, not for sin or missing, but for voluntary gratitude, an offering of love to GOD.

(2) Pictures of Jesus' beauty..

While the westering sun was tinting and gilding the heavens, its resplendent glory lighted up the pure white marble of the temple walls, and sparkled on its gold-capped pillars. From the crest of the hill where Jesus and His followers stood, it had the appearance of a massive structure of snow, set with golden pinnacles. At the entrance to the temple was a vine of gold and silver, with green leaves and massive clusters of grapes executed by the most skillful artists. This design represented Israel as a prosperous vine. The gold, silver, and living green were combined with rare taste and exquisite workmanship; as it twined gracefully about the white and glistening pillars, clinging with shining tendrils to their golden ornaments, it caught the splendor of the setting sun, shining as if with a glory borrowed from heaven. Jesus gazes upon the scene, and the vast multitude hush their shouts, spellbound by the sudden vision of beauty. All eyes turn upon the Saviour, expecting to see in His countenance the admiration they themselves feel. But instead of this they behold a cloud of sorrow. They are surprised and disappointed to see His eyes fill with tears, and His body rock to and fro like a tree before the tempest, while a wail of anguish bursts from His quivering lips, as if from the depths of a broken heart. What a sight was this for angels to behold! their loved Commander in an agony of tears!

Proof the SOP is inspired, is this hypothesis here, while not investigating all the SOP, one predicts the use of the English word "beauty" is a meaning of a special Hebrew word : "chen"

  • De 24:1 When a man hath taken a wife, and married her, and it come to pass that she find no favour (chen) "beauty" in his eyes, because he hath found some uncleanness in her: then let him write her a bill of divorcement, and give [it] in her hand, and send her out of his house.

    In order to evaluate the meaning of a Hebrew word, one has to look up ALL the verses and find an English word that fits ALL the contexts...AND do this for related words as well... Jeff Benner has done this already, but the Author sometimes disagrees, so here we will check the validity of Jeff Benner's conclusions:-

    The Author looks at unusual cases where "chen" is used in the former teachings of Jesus.

    A woman here in early marriage, exposes her nakedness as her beauty to the man she marries.

  • Es 2:17 And the king loved (ahab) "maleness-loved" Esther above all the women, and she obtained (nasa) "lifted away" .. .. grace (chen) "beauty" and favour in his sight more than all the virgins; so that he set the royal crown upon her head, and made her queen instead of Vashti.

    The king was lifted away by her beauty... note Esther had more than physical beauty...

  • Ps 45:2 Thou art fairer than the children of men: grace (chen) "beauty" is poured into thy lips: therefore God hath blessed thee for ever.

    The beauty poured into thy lips, must refer to the lovely way some of us speak... speaking beautiful words...

  • Ps 84:11 For the LORD God [is] a sun and shield: the LORD will give grace (chen) "beauty" and glory: no good [thing] will he withhold from them that walk uprightly.

    A poetry simile where the Sun is seen as powerfully beautiful. Notice "beauty of character" is a GIFT from GOD, refers to physical beauty, social beauty and spiritual beauty, the beauty of one's character.

  • Pr 1:9 For they [shall be] an ornament of grace unto thy head, and chains about thy neck.

    In this poetry parallel simile, one has no doubt as to the meaning of "chen"... the "gift of GOD" someone wears... about their neck... when you look at women...do not look at the breast, or the body, but look towards the ear, the neck, where her true beauty lies.

  • Pr 3:22 So shall they be life unto thy soul, and grace to thy neck.

    Another poetry simile, the living energy for our soul, is a simile of the gift of GOD that glows about your neck... Such is the true character that people warm to... your living energy beams around your neck and lifts up others...

  • Pr 3:34 Surely he scorneth the scorners: but he giveth grace (chen) "beauty" unto the lowly (anav) (aniy) (KJV)

    Notice GOD given GIFTS, is "chen" "anav" and "aniy", words not translated by translators sadly..

    Pr 3:34 GOD giveth the gift of "beauty" unto the "humble" and "meek" (Ancient Hebrew).

    This beauty of charcter is something to be desired, as we also are given humility and meekness by GOD... Praise God for these divine gifts of His Beauty. Shalom

  • Pr 4:9 She shall give to thine head an ornament of grace: a crown of glory shall she deliver to thee.

    Notice another poetry simile, this "beauty" is a "Crown of glory" that beams beauty from your head...

  • Pr 22:11 He that loveth pureness of heart, [for] the grace of his lips the king [shall be] his friend.

    Here is a SEED promise by Jesus, who came as a KING, promises to GIVE us HIS BEAUTY on our lips, and to be our FRIEND. What a promise to sow and claim and support Jesus with. Shalom

  • Pr 31:30 (chen) "beauty" Favour [is] deceitful, and beauty (yophiy) "prettiness" [is] vain: [but] a woman [that] feareth the LORD, she shall be praised.

    Another poetry parallel confirming "chen" is "Beauty" as "yophiy" also means one with physical prettiness.

  • Ec 10:12 The words of a wise man's mouth [are] gracious (chen) "beautiful" ; but the lips of a fool will swallow up himself.

    A wise man speaks words of beauty.

  • Na 3:4 Because of the multitude of the whoredoms of the wellfavoured (chen) "beautiful" harlot, the mistress of witchcrafts, that selleth nations through her whoredoms, and families through her witchcrafts.

    A word not translated by translators showing that "chen" must refer to beauty, not grace...what harlot has grace? But harlots can deceive with their wanton beauty.

  • Zec 12:10 And I will pour upon the house of David, and upon the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the spirit of grace (chen) "beauty" and of supplications: and they shall look upon me whom they have pierced, and they shall mourn for him, as one mourneth for [his] only [son], and shall be in bitterness for him, as one that is in bitterness for [his] firstborn.

    This is a fine conclusion to the end of the former teachings of Jesus, the "Holy Spirit's beauty" is shown to us, when we look upon our bloodied Saviour dying for us, we look towards our heavenly Father and the Holy Spirit of beauty, and fall on our knees because of our Saviour's beauty, dying on the Cross for us.

    The Spirit of Prophecy says the following as examples of "grace" meaning "beauty":-

    God communicated with Israel, revealing to men His will, and imparting to them His grace. God's glory was subdued, and His majesty veiled, that the weak vision of finite men might behold it. So Christ was to come in "the body of our humiliation" (Phil. 3:21, R. V.), "in the likeness of men." In the eyes of the world He possessed no beauty that they should desire Him; yet He was the incarnate God, the light of heaven and earth. His glory was veiled, His greatness and majesty were hidden, that He might draw near to sorrowful, tempted men. DA page 6

    Behold the beauty of Jesus !

    Of His people God says, "They shall be as the stones of a crown, lifted up as an ensign upon His land. For how great is His goodness, and how great is His beauty!" Zech. 9:16, 17. The exaltation of the redeemed will be an eternal testimony to God's mercy. "In the ages to come," He will "show the exceeding riches of His grace in His kindness toward us through Christ Jesus." DA page 8

    Behold the beauty of Jesus !

    Wonderful in its significance is the brief record of His early life: "The child grew, and waxed strong in spirit, filled with wisdom: and the grace of God was upon Him." In the sunlight of His Father's countenance, Jesus "increased in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man." Luke 2:52. His mind was active and penetrating, with a thoughtfulness and wisdom beyond His years. Yet His character was beautiful in its symmetry. The powers of mind and body developed gradually, in keeping with the laws of childhood. DA page 68

    Notice the poetry pictures how Jesus describes His beauty into English from His Holy Writings in Hebrew.

    From the first dawning of intelligence He was constantly growing in spiritual grace and knowledge of truth. Every child may gain knowledge as Jesus did. As we try to become acquainted with our heavenly Father through His word, angels will draw near, our minds will be strengthened, our characters will beelevated and refined. We shall become more like our Saviour. And as we behold the beautiful and grand in nature, our affections go out after God. DA page 71

    When we see the beauty in Nature, we behold the beauty of GOD.

    All who are consecrated to God will be channels of light. God makes them His agents to communicate to others the riches of His grace. His promise is, "I will make them and the places round about My hill a blessing; and I will cause the shower to come down in his season; there shall be showers of blessing." Ezek. 34:26. DA p 142

    Jeff Benner compares "grace" to the circular round arrangement of tents on a hill, which are protecting tents inside the circle and offer beauty to the eyes who see the camp. This verse chosen by the SOP says a similar thing.

    This woman represents the working of a practical faith in Christ. Every true disciple is born into the kingdom of God as a missionary. He who drinks of the living water becomes a fountain of life. The receiver becomes a giver. The grace of Christ in the soul is like a spring in the desert, welling up to refresh all, and making those who are ready to perish eager to drink of the water of life. DA p 196

    Jesus' beauty is like a spring in the desert... beautiful relief from those perishing of thirst...such is the picture of grace. Our lives are to do the same thing for others, as Jesus flows through us with His beauty.

    If through the grace of Christ His people will become new bottles, He will fill them with new wine. The teaching of Christ, though it was represented by the new wine, was not a new doctrine, but the revelation of that which had been taught from the beginning. But to the Pharisees the truth of God had lost its original significance and beauty. To them Christ's teaching was new in almost every respect, and it was unrecognized and unacknowledged. DA page 280

    Jesus' power has beauty and seems new because we have lost the way such beauty came in the OT and comes now in the NT.

    The only power that can create or perpetuate true peace is the grace of Christ. When this is implanted in the heart, it will cast out the evil passions that cause strife and dissension. "Instead of the thorn shall come up the fir tree, and instead of the brier shall come up the myrtle tree;" and life's desert "shall rejoice, and blossom as the rose." Isa. 55:13; 35:1. DA page 305

    The words of Jesus go out with peace, and the trees of the forest clap their hands. If we have a fir tree instead of a thorn, what has changed ? The beauty of the forest...What an interesting way to place verses next the the English word "grace".

    The soul that responds to the grace of God shall be like a watered garden. DA p348

    The Beauty or Grace of GOD is like a Garden.

    To eat the flesh and drink the blood of Christ is to receive Him as a personal Saviour, believing that He forgives our sins, and that we are complete in Him. It is by beholding His love, by dwelling upon it, by drinking it in, that we are to become partakers of His nature. What food is to the body, Christ must be to the soul.

    Food cannot benefit us unless we eat it, unless it becomes a part of our being. So Christ is of no value to us if we do not know Him as a personal Saviour. A theoretical knowledge will do us no good. We must feed upon Him, receive Him into the heart, so that His life becomes our life. His love, His grace, must be assimilated. DA page 390

    Notice the Beauty of Jesus is a practical assimilation of His life giving power. Flowers bloom beautifully only because they abide in the life giving sap.

    By looking constantly to Jesus with the eye of faith, we shall be strengthened. God will make the most precious revelations to His hungering, thirsting people. They will find that Christ is a personal Saviour. As they feed upon His word, they find that it is spirit and life. The word destroys the natural, earthly nature, and imparts a new life in Christ Jesus. The Holy Spirit comes to the soul as a Comforter. By the transforming agency of His grace, the image of God is reproduced in the disciple; he becomes a new creature. DA page 391

    The beauty of Jesus comes to us via His words in Scripture, via His revelations in His Nature.

    As a flower turns to the sun, that the bright rays may touch it with tints of beauty, so will the soul turn to the Sun of Righteousness, that heaven's light may beautify the character with the graces of the character of Christ. DA page 496

    This single sentence is beautiful in English, captures the Hebrew meaning of "chen" or "beauty".

    Now let's look at New Testament verses that show us Jesus salvation and His beauty. For the reader, the Author selects verses and replaces the Greek word "charis" with the Hebrew word "chan" using the English word "beauty".

    Joh 1:17 For the law was given by Moses, [but] beauty and truth came by Jesus Christ.

    Strange ? The teachings and the beauty both come from Jesus, so why the division here? John is referring to how salvation (Yeshua) was received by Jesus, first through Moses and now through Himself in human form. Sometimes Moses requested changes to Jesus' OT teachings because the believers of His messages were hard and stiff necked. There is special significance in the beauty of Jesus coming to earth in human form, that Hebrew teachings alone could not do.

    Ac 15:11 But we believe that through the beauty of the Lord Jesus Christ we shall be saved, even as they.

    Though we do not desire Jesus' beauty, He came to show the full beauty of His character.

    Ro 5:15 But not as the offence, so also [is] the free gift. For if through the offence of one many be dead, much more the beauty of God, and the gift by beauty, [which is] by one man, Jesus Christ, hath abounded unto many.

    It is a very beautiful thing for a man to die for a good man, but Jesus' beauty was so great He died for sinners, if only we support Him, will we have continued relationship in Him.

    Ro 5:17 For if by one man's offence death reigned by one; much more they which receive abundance of beauty and of the gift of righteousness shall reign in life by one, Jesus Christ.)

    Salvation by Jesus comes because He loves us, we are witnesses to His beauty in us, if we are willing to receive His beauty....

    Ro 6:14 For sin-offering (Hebrew chataah) shall not have dominion over you: for ye are not under the teachings (Hebrew torah), but under beauty.

    Beauty of Jesus, includes grace, which is a special word expressing one's beauty...so the use of this word is OK, but the Hebrew word "beauty" is much broader and applies to all good things about a person.

    Ro 11:6 And if by beauty, then [is it] no more of works: otherwise beauty is no more beauty. But if [it be] of works, then is it no more beauty: otherwise work is no more work.

    Beauty is bestowed on us not because we earned it, but because of Jesus' beauty shining over us when Jesus walks close to us, if we want His relationship... if you walk close to a light, yo u become bathed in that light, and your skin cells eat of that light making food inside your body. Indeed all life comes from light, from the beauty of Jesus. Both the Father and Jesus are similes of the Sun. This does not mean we can worship such symbols, otherwise work is no longer work. Our gratitude for salvation must penetrate inside of us. If you feel a little touched by the magnificant beauty of GOD you will respond to that love with fruits of love made in you by GOD, not because you are earning Jesus' beauty by what you do, but because by supporting Jesus' beauty in His words, prayers and actions, we respond to His love, thus making love complete.

    Love is not complete, unless it responds. Such love is labelled in this website "femaleness-love" because it responds to "maleness-love". We have the providers and receivers, and both genders do both providing and receiving, but our personalities are gender designed... Gender males do mostly "maleness-love" and gender females do mostly "femaleness-love". Children respond to both forms of love, and make "collective love" where in a family "parental love" is that which comes from the love generated by parents.

    For more: The two words for love

    Ga 5:4 Christ is become of no effect unto you, whosoever of you are justified by the law; ye are fallen from beauty.

    You cannot be made straight by following the teachings of Jesus (apart from Jesus' power flowing in you), that is an impossibility, you are fallen from Jesus' beauty.

    Eph 2:8 For by beauty are ye saved through (Greek pistis) "support"; and that not of yourselves: [it is] the gift of God:

    We are saved only by supporting Jesus' beauty, and this is a GIFT of Elohiym. When you support Jesus daily, you are engaging in relationship daily...that is what "supporting Jesus" means.

    For more: What supporting Jesus means?

    Heb 10:29 Of how much sorer punishment, suppose ye, shall he be thought worthy, who hath trodden under foot the Son of God, and hath counted the blood of the covenant, wherewith he was sanctified, an unholy thing, and hath done despite unto the Spirit of beauty?

    Notice the term "Holy Spirit of beauty". The Holy Spirit presents to us Jesus' beauty, while we are sinners, in the hope we shall return to Jesus' beauty and grow in His beauty as redeemed people.

    Jas 1:11 For the sun is no sooner risen with a burning heat, but it withereth the grass, and the flower thereof falleth, and the beauty of the fashion of it perisheth: so also shall the rich man fade away in his ways.

    Jesus' beauty is a burning SON of intense heat, which is what real love does coming from GOD, so we need to be fire proof, something that Jesus' accomplishes in us via relationship.

    Just as a flower grows to endure Sunlight, we grow in Jesus to endure Sonlight. And our beauty comes from His beauty grown inside us.

    Jas 4:6 But he giveth more beauty .. . Wherefore he saith, God resisteth the proud, but giveth beauty unto the humble.

    Jesus gives us His beauty, but only if we are humble "seeing others who need loving", this we witness for Jesus, showing to the world His love is completed in us. If you do not "support Jesus" than your love is not completed, and you do not have "relationship with Jesus". The proud ones "love on their own" which is technically impossible but there is a Hebrew word for this kind of love, "baal" where one is a "master" of their own lives and does as he or she feels fit. Proud people walk alone in their borrowed old nature given to them by GOD, but broken because of Adam's missing, causing our first relationship with GOD to become eventually non-existant. The only way around this, for those who want "ongoing-living" is to embrace a "Second relationship from GOD" the one where Jesus is baal master of our life, and where He walks over us and rules over us, and we respond to His love by supporting His power flowing inside of us.

    For more: How to be saved by Jesus?

    (3) The SOP writes in Hebrew..

    It was the sight of Jerusalem that pierced the heart of Jesus-- Jerusalem that had rejected the Son of God and scorned His love, that refused to be convinced by His mighty miracles, and was about to take His life. He saw what she was in her guilt of rejecting her Redeemer, and what she might have been had she accepted Him who alone could heal her wound. He had come to save her; how could He give her up?

    This statement by Ellen White, proves the SOP is writing in Hebrew, not English. The English we are reading is a translation of the Hebrew. This is fantaskic news for anybody confused by the poor translations of Scripture into various languages, because Jesus made sure we have a good translation of His Hebrew teachings in English. How many believers know this? How many study the SOP Bible translation with confidence?

    Isa 40:2 Speak ye comfortably to Jerusalem, and cry unto her, that her warfare is accomplished, that her iniquity is pardoned: for she hath received of the LORD'S hand double for all her sins.

    Verses like these prove the SOP is writing in Hebrew. This is not how English writes about cities, unless we choose to personify the city for a reason. The Hebrew writings however personify things all the time, since the Holy Writings are mostly poetry, the symbol of Jerusalem, is "us" believers who respond to Jesus' maleness-love while "we" respond with femaleness-love as a simile of a bride. The grammar of the word "Jerusalem" is "feminine" and thus writers write this word using the pronoun "her" or "she" because the symbol points to real personification similes. And this is the way the SOP writes using the Hebrew style while written in English words.

    (4) An example of the SOP showing Personification..

    How can I see thee devoted to destruction? Must I let thee go to fill up the cup of thine iniquity? One soul is of such value that, in comparison with it, worlds sink into insignificance; but here was a whole nation to be lost. When the fast westering sun should pass from sight in the heavens, Jerusalem's day of grace would be ended. While the procession was halting on the brow of Olivet, it was not yet too late for Jerusalem to repent. The angel of mercy was then folding her wings to step down from the golden throne to give place to justice and swift-coming judgment. But Christ's great heart of love still pleaded for Jerusalem, that had scorned His mercies, despised His warnings, a nd was about to imbrue her hands in His blood. If Jerusalem would but repent, it was not yet too late. While the last rays of the setting sun were lingering on temple, tower, and pinnacle, would not some good angel lead her to the Saviour's love, and avert her doom? Beautiful and unholy city, that had stoned the prophets, that had rejected the Son of God, that was locking herself by her impenitence in fetters of bondage,--her day of mercy was almost spent! Yet again the Spirit of God speaks to Jerusalem. Before the day is done, another testimony is borne to Christ. The voice of witness is lifted up, responding to the call from a prophetic past. If Jerusalem will hear the call, if she will receive the Saviour who is entering her gates, she may yet be saved.

    This example "The angel of mercy was then folding her wings to step down from the golden throne to give place to justice..." shows the SOP writing "personification" using the pronoun "her". So who is this "angel and her wings around the throne of GOD"?

    Are you ready to study this?

    Sola Scriptoria says we look up all the verses that use "destroyer" or Hebrew "shachath" and allow the Holy Writings to tell us what this Hebrew word is about. There are 136 verses in the OT that use this Hebrew word, the Author shows the reader a few:-

    Ex 12:23 For the LORD will pass through to smite the Egyptians; and when he seeth the blood upon the lintel, and on the two side posts, the LORD will pass over the door, and will not suffer the destroyer to come in unto your houses to smite [you].

    Notice when YHWH sees the blood YHWH hops over the doorway, and the Destroyer moves on. There are two Beings in this process.

    2Sa 24:16 And when the angel "malak" (messenger) stretched out his hand upon Jerusalem to destroy it, the LORD repented him of the evil, and said to the angel "malak" (messenger) that destroyed the people, It is enough: stay now thine hand. And the angel "malak" (messenger) of the LORD was by the threshingplace of Araunah the Jebusite.

    Confusing context. "His hand" so it is important to see all verses, and hence some pictures of context are repeated with more details.

    1Ch 21:15 And God sent an angel "malak" (messenger) unto Jerusalem to destroy it: and as he was destroying, the LORD "YHWH" (Father YHWH) beheld, and he (Father YHWH) repented him (Son YHWH) of the evil, and said to the angel "malak" (messenger) that destroyed, It is enough, stay now thine hand. And the angel "malak" (messenger) of the LORD "YHWH" stood by the threshingfloor of Ornan the Jebusite.

    Here we see "His hand" refers to Jesus, who is "destroying" while the "Destroyer" does the "destroying". Again two Beings involved in the process.

    Jer 12:10 Many pastors have destroyed my vineyard, they have trodden my portion under foot, they have made my pleasant portion a desolate wilderness.

    Pastors who do not have properly the Holy Spirit, destroy the sheep in the pasture.

    Jer 51:1 Thus saith the LORD; Behold, I will raise up against Babylon, and against them that dwell in the midst of them that rise up against me, a destroying wind "ruwach" .. (Holy Spirit) ;

    Here this verse details that w hen Jesus-YHWH destroys, He does so via the Holy Spirit functioning as the Destroyer.

    Now let's put this information back into the SOP: "The Messenger of Mercy was then folding her wings to step down from the golden throne to give place to justice and swift-coming judgment."

    Who is this Messenger of Mercy with her wings? It is the Holy Spirit.

    Do we have a Holy Writing verse that says this? Yes, but only one.

    Ho 4:19 The wind "ruwach" (the Holy Spirit) hath bound her (the rulers of Ephraim) up in her wings,...

    The Hebrew word "ruwach" is grammatically feminine everytime this word is written, and if a pronoun is required to describe "ruwach" the pronoun "her" is used. Thus we have here the "wind is personified with her wings", is a reference to the Holy Spirit and the way the Holy Spirit moves with flutterings of energy like a bird does flapping its wings.

    Here is some comments from my own church scholars on the topic of receiving new light:-

    "Once again, to substantiate the claim and establish the theory, it would be expected that such a link is clear and explicit in a number of texts.

    Procedure

    In the process of assessing the theory, I have asked a present lecturer in Old Testament studies, expert in biblical languages and competent SDA theologian to read through the material independent of me, in order not to evaluate the theory single-handed. This scholar has given a large number of specific comments on the biblical texts and written them into the electronic manuscript received.

    There are two assumptions here: (1) Themes must have lots of Holy Writings about them; and (2) scholars know how to study the Holy Writings in Hebrew, without human traditional bias.

    Now let's show the reader just a little taste of these assumptions:-

    (1) Where is it clearly shown what "faith" means according to the Holy Writings only?

    Only one verse, and no translation shows the "hebrew word faith"

    Ex 17:12 But Moses' hands were heavy; and they took a stone, and put it under him, and he sat thereon; and Aaron and Hur stayed up his hands, the one on the one side, and the other on the other side; and his hands were steady until the going down of the sun.

    Why do translators do this? Because they believe words have multiply meanings? Is this true? No it isn't. If this were true, nobody could read Scripture, except the translators. So an ordinary human would have to trust humans to give them the words of God. Is this how Scripture should be ? Trust men and their traditions of men? Jesus said no... He presented a fresh look at the Holy Writings, because Jesus read Hebrew differently to his fellow Jews. But wee humans can't read Hebrew or understand Hebrew, so we have a big problem getting the Words of GOD.

    (2) Scholars are trained and taught by humans in a certain biased way based on traditions, not based on the Holy Writings alone. Hence we have differences in opinion. For example a church scholar told me to buy a book by James Barr, where according to human tradition Hebrew words are not related by child roots. They believe this because they do not know everything and have assumed the mess of Hebrew words, is just a big mess. But if we look carefully and clearly back into Ancient Hebrew, before corruption of Hebrew happened, there is order and purpose and design in the way Hebrew words were pictured. The Ancient Chinese pictographs also help stengthen Ancient Hebrew pictographs. There is evidence that Ancient Hebrew was the Edenic system of language given by GOD to Adam and Eve.

    You will not find many scholars agreeing with this, for this will require them abandoning their scholarship, and pride will not let this happen. So again we have a problem, in that we do not allow the Holy Writings to be studied as the Holy Wri tings say they must be studied.

    For more Holy Spirit as feminine

    The next chapter of Desire of Ages..we look at "A Doomed People"

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