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prayer training to receive a deeper flow of Jesus

Q5: Welcome to prayer training by Jesus..

Understand the childlike foundations first:-

(1) How to support Jesus , how to receive "Faith" power daily.

(2) Former rains in Jesus, learning to keep the mind prepared.

(3) Latter rains in Jesus. Keeping spiritual revival going.

(4) You are ready for prayer training.

We have read some "child like prayers", now let's learn how to "take words" and "turn to Jesus" in partnered "spiritual revival".

The Author has already had a go at seeking prayer power promises from the first 10 prayers of David.

We will do this again, searching the Words of the Lord. Read the first prayer of David:-

Prayer 1

  • 1 Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful.
  • 2 But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night.
  • 3 And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.
  • 4 The ungodly are not so: but are like the chaff which the wind driveth away.
  • 5 Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous.
  • 6 For the LORD knoweth the way of the righteous: but the way of the ungodly shall perish.(KJV)

    Here is the first prayer of David, written in a King James translation in English. For the common man , such "childlike Faith" is all you have, and Jesus will allow you to grow by the light you have.

    (1) Choose "seed power promises" that appeal to us (you and the Holy Spirit) and "take words".

    The Author likes this one "And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season;"

    Memorize this "seed power promise", and prayer these words in prayer:-

    Our Father in heaven, thank you for Jesus, your Son, thank you for making me a tree by the Holy Spirit, may we bring forth your fruits of character in their season, we support Jesus words in His Name. Amen

    We grow in Jesus as a simile of trees growing in Nature. In other words, Jesus engineered trees to grow as children of the LORD.

    Ps 96:12 ... all the trees of the wood rejoice..

  • Isa 55:12 For ye shall go out with joy.. and all the trees of the field shall clap their hands.
  • Eze 17:24 And all the trees of the field shall know that I the LORD have brought down the high tree, have exalted the low tree, have dried up the green tree, and have made the dry tree to flourish: I the LORD have spoken and have done it. (KJV)
  • Eze 31:4 The waters made him great, the deep set him up on high with her rivers running round about his plants, and sent out her little rivers unto all the trees of the field.
  • 5 Therefore his height was exalted above all the trees of the field, and his boughs were multiplied, and his branches became long because of the multitude of waters, when he shot forth.
  • 6 All the fowls of heaven made their nests in his boughs, and under his branches did all the beasts of the field bring forth their young, and under his shadow dwelt all great nations.

    Wow, with just a few Bible searches using "trees field" we have these added pictures to us as a simile of growing as trees of the field.

    Notice the Author uses an electronic Bible program, called "Power Bible CD" version 4.0a, engineered by Phil Linder in 1999-2003, from Online Publishing Inc, you can purchase his program for just $20 online. It is simple and childlike to use, and does all a person with childlike faith needs. The Author does not read or speak Hebrew, nor is the Author interested in Hebrew grammar or syntax meanings. Using "childlike faith", that a "common man" understands, the Author loves this program because it is simple to use. It is an electronic concordance with Hebrew English Interlinear ability.

    Let's colour the verses, showing the members of Elohiym, also a simile of mankind:-

    Ps 96:12 ... all the trees of the wood rejoice..

  • Isa 55:12 For ye shall go out with joy.. and all the trees of the field shall clap their hands.
  • Eze 17:24 And all the trees of the field shall know that I the LORD have brought down the high tree, have exalted the low tree, have dried up the green tree, and have made the dry tree to flourish: I the LORD have spoken and have done it. (KJV)
  • Eze 31:4 The waters made him great, the deep set him up on high with her rivers running round about his plants, and sent out her little rivers unto all the trees of the field.
  • 5 Therefore his height was exalted above all the trees of the field, and his boughs were multiplied, and his branches became long because of the multitude of waters, when he shot forth.
  • 6 All the fowls of heaven made their nests in his boughs, and under his branches did all the beasts of the field bring forth their young, and under his shadow dwelt all great nations.

    Notice the Father is not coloured here, but the community reference Elohiym is. We are the trees of the field and yet, this is a simile of Elohiym, how we grow under the power of the Father, via Jesus, and His waters, via the Holy Spirit and the channels that guide the multitude of waters, with her little rivers.

    We can add more to our first prayer:-

    Our Father in heaven, thank you for Jesus, your Son, thank you for making me a tree by the Holy Spirit, may we bring forth Your fruits of character in their season, thank you for joy in Your words, we clap our hands because we are happy in Jesus, You O Lord, make us grow bigger, but keep us lowly, May others make nests in us because of Your beauty growing in us, May the rivers of Jesus flow, and may we drink of His words daily, May we grow under the Father's shade, for Jesus' shadow cools us, For the Holy Spirit empowers Jesus in us. We joyfully support Jesus words. Amen

    What a prayer picture of Elohiym, this turned out to be ! So far an hour of prayer training has gone by, and the Author loves the joy in Jesus words. With so many "words" uncovered already, there would be dozens different ways others could pray using these words differently.

    And this is just "childlike faith" a "common man" understands.

    (2) The prayers in Hebrew, had rthyme or poetry elements to them. Why? This makes prayers easier to speak and memorize. Such a process can be done anyway you like, for those of us with "child like faith" grow according the "wisdom of Jesus" that comes via the Holy Spirit of our Father's power. Elohiym is a community reference to the Family of GOD. So let's make some poetry with this prayer.

    Prayer 1

  • 1 Blessed is the man
  • 1.1 who walks on the right track,
  • 1.2 his relationship does not miss,
  • 1.3 He sits not with the slack,
  • 2 But Jesus does he kiss.
  • 2.1 He takes His teachings, day and night;
  • 3 He grows like a tree,
  • 3.1 planted by the rivers of water,
  • 3.2 that bringeth forth his fruit just right,
  • 3.3 his leaf also shall be free;
  • 3.4 and whatsoever he does shall daughter.
  • 4 But those that stray:
  • 4.1 Are like the chaff which the Holy Spirit sends away.
  • 5 They have no power to help them stand,
  • 5.1 Are missing foundation, washed like sand.
  • 6 But Jesus knows how to make us straight:
  • 6.1 While those who stray fade away.

    We change the English making sure the meanings are the same as the original Hebrew, and if you don't know this, you do the best you can, for this is what "childlike faith" is. We support Jesus words, using our words, and making a "poem prayer".

    You will notice the Hebrew style of poetry prayer was to contrast "white with black", the "good with bad". We also need to add rthymn with our poetry prayer, for this add music to speaking, and music is just another style of praying to Jesus. In the original Hebrew poetry prayers, they were also songs, one can sing our prayers to Jesus. Really? Yes.

    Prayer 1

  • Happy is the man
  • Who stays on the track,
  • His relationship does not miss,
  • Nor strays with the slack,
  • But Jesus does he kiss.

  • Happy is the man
  • Who takes teachings day and night;
  • Who grows like a tree,
  • Whose fruit is just right;
  • By the rivers of His water,
  • His leaf shall be free;
  • And all he does shall daughter.

  • But those who stray:
  • The Spirit sends away.
  • They cannot stand,
  • They are weak as sand.
  • But Jesus makes us straight:
  • While those who stray, fade away.

    (3) Those who are familar with Spiritual Springs know that Ancient Hebrew pictograph meanings exist in the modern Hebrew, and this allows us to read the original Hebrew with some better and deeper confidence, we have the pure words of the Father, that Jesus personified for us. To achieve this level of understanding you need to learn each Hebrew word for its correct meaning.

    How do we do this?

    Click on the Power Bible CD Interlinear link to make Hebrew words appear among the KJV English. Click on the Hebrew link, and search for all verses using that Hebrew word. Read through all the dozen of verses, asking yourself, via the Holy Spirit, for a single English word meaning that fits all the contexts consistently. We might have a multiple meaning word, but such cases are uncommon.

    You will want to learn a little about Hebrew, and how Hebrew works. Jeff Benner and his Ancient Hebrew Research Center is the only place on the Internet the Author trusts for this, simply because Mr Benner does not see Hebrew as polysemous as scholars make out. Sure some words have multiple meanings, like "Father and fruit", but such examples are uncommon. We need to read every Hebrew word consistently. Such a study takes hours and hours to do and is worth it. The Author does show readers this process in the word studies. Every context is examined and a consistent meaning applied.

    To save time, since the Author has not studied every Hebrew word, we use Jeff Benner's Ancient Hebrew Lexicon of the Bible, the hard copy for personal reading, and the electronic pdf copy for searching word meanings. The Author might not agree with every English meaning Mr Benner comes up with, but at least this is a step in the right direction.

    The first prayer of David in Ancient Hebrew:-

    Happy "The strong pressed head"

    The strong pressed teeth on the head, is a picture of a man expressing joy with his face.

    Man "The strong, over the nations, with active hands, pressed"

    The strong over the nations with active hands pressed, is a picture of a working class man, at service for others, like a tradesman.

    Walk "The person behold! The Authority on his palms"

    The person with hands on his authority walking stick, is a picture of an elderly man out for a walk.

    Tree / Counsel "The eye sees the travelling on the person. Behold!"

    A multiple meaning word, this poem is about trees, so this is a Hebrew pun, the eye looks up at the way a tree travels with it's branches, is a simile of how the eye sees the travelling way of the "wise person", Behold him!

    Wickedness "The head presses the eye"

    Now the poem contrasts this travelling wise man, with those whose "head presses the eye", they are "head strong", and do not see things as God wants them to see.

    Stand "The eye flows through the door"

    The "eye flows through the door" is a Hebrew way of describing the sensory flow we see entering the "door of our soul", the way we rise or stand from what we perceive.

    Road "The door of the head, palms"

    The road is a strange combination of functional meaning, the door of the head, with palms, suggest that a road is not a structural thing, but a picture of how a person travels. We think of roads as things, but Hebrew sees roads as the "way we travel with our minds".

    Missing "The outside covering strong"

    A sinner is a person "missing relationship", the "outside covering of God is strong" and we miss having it flow over us.

    Sit "The active pressed home"

    The active hands pressed home, strangely enough is a picture of how we "Sit" in the home...the functional way of describing the things we do around the home..."O he's the lazy one, he's the generous one, or he's the active helper" We think of this Hebrew word means "to sit", but it is more about our character pressed for all to see we do about our home.

    Dwelling "The flowing secure pressed Home"

    This picture is about a home full of business.

    Scorn / Interpret "The Authority secure travels"

    This multiple meaning is described by Jeff Benner as the tongue showing authority. So the "tongue (our authority confessed) secure (in our mouth) travels (others witness our authority). We cannot look back 3000 years to see why the Hebrew chose the word meanings they did. So sometimes we do the best we can.

    Now all this is just the first line of the first prayer of David. It helps to give the reader Hebrew meanings behind the English translations, so we (guided by the Holy Spirit), come up with "poetry prayers" correctly reflecting the LORD's original meaning from Hebrew to English.

  • The strong pressed head of the man, walks with his authority,
  • not seeing the way others travel, with their heads strong, with their eyes doing as they please;
  • nor on the road like those missing (God's covering);
  • nor actively pressing about the home, with tongue mocking interpretors.

    This helps the reader to see how difficult a job translators have trying to convert Hebrew to English. Hebrew has broad meanings, and English much narrower meanings, so our word pictures miss much of the action Hebrew wants to show us.

    So let's write the first line of the first prayer of David as a "poetry prayer" we can sing to.

  • Happy is the man whose walk,
  • Is unlike those who's head strong,
  • Unlike the missing who does wrong,
  • Or unlike those whose mocking talk.

    Now let's do the second line of the prayer:-

    Delights "Outside the mouth travels"

    The idea of delights, is whatever is found outside of your soul, wherever your mouth travels.."O I want this", you say.

    Teachings "The important mark secures the head. Behold the Person!"

    The teachings is about a heavenly Person, found from the cross, who secures our head, when we "eat Jesus' teachings", for the "teachings are Jesus' words, the teachings are like bread from heaven.

    The Person secure. The Person active. The Sacred Name

    The sacred Name YHWH has two heavenly Persons in the word as pictographs, the secure one is the Father, and the active hands shows His Son Jesus. Thus the YHWH is a functional way of describing "He who exists". Some of us might want to think of "They who exist", but in Hebrew in relationships, the two are considered one unit. Jesus said, He who has seen the Son has seen the Father.

    Teachings "The important mark secures the head. Behold the Person!"

    The important mark secures your head. Behold the Person of Jesus! This is what reading the teachings do for us. They are our food. Some "Christians" think we can follow Jesus without daily reading His teachings... Really? How long does the body live without food or water? Jesus is a simile of food, the bread from heaven, Jesus is a simile of rain, He rains down "man" from heaven, to see if Israel walks in His teachings or no. (Exodus 16:4)

    Ponder "Behold the Person! walks. Behold the Person!"

    This is a fantaskic word, we walk with Jesus as He walks with us. The meaning is more like "meditate", the picture is a yoked relationship, like the poem, we walked together hand in hand along the beach of time.

    Daily "The flowing flows secure and active!"

    More than just meaning day, the "day flows" suggests we come to Jesus all throughout the day, while the day flows, and the night, when we are asleep. So during the day we are in prayer all the time.

    Night "The Authority active authority. "

    The authority active authority, suggests heavenly Beings watch over us as we sleep.

    Second line reads:

  • He delights in the teachings of the Lord,
  • He meditates in the teachings,
  • Throughout the day and night.

    So let's write the second line of the first prayer of David as a "poetry prayer" we can sing to.

  • We delight in the teachings of the Lord,
  • We ingest in the teachings of His Word,
  • All through the day and night.

    The third line of the prayer in Hebrew:-

    tree "The eye travels. "

    When our eyes travel up a tree and its branches, we are impressed.

    Planted "Pressing the important mark with authority"

    This picture is about planting something, pressing it into the ground with authority.

    Divided (river divides / land divides) "The mouthed authority walks. "

    A multiple meaning word, meaning to divide, as rivers divide into two, or the land divides into half.

    Water "The flow of the Person Behold! "

    Water is a simile of the flow of a person. Wow! Do we see Jesus like that? We drink water daily and never think about the flow of Jesus spiritually into our bodies.

    Give "Over the nations, towards an important mark, over the nations "

    Over the nations, the important mark goes over the nations, is a picture of God's gifts to the world, over the nations of mankind.

    Fruit "The mouthed Head active. "

    When the mouthed head is active, it fills up and gets fuller. This is a picture of fruit filling up. This picture is a simile of humans filling up with Jesus' flow so we are overflowing with His beauty.

    Season "Looking towards the important mark "

    We look up at Nature to discern the seasons of time. Jesus is the Author of our time, we must look towards His important Mark, the cross, and ask each day, "Lord how can I support you today"?

    Risen "The eyes authority, Behold the Person!. "

    This Hebrew has a Verb form meaning "rise" and a Noun form meaning "Risen", thus the "Leaf" has risen high up the tree, is a simile of progress made from the Lord of trees. Thus the leaves on us as trees are similes of our completed progress in growing in Jesus.

    Fail "Over the nations, the home authority. "

    Does God's Home Authority over the nations fail? No, but often when we grow as trees, we wilt daily from the exhausting growth in Jesus, so trees rest daily to refresh, and so should we.

    Do "The eye protects the Person. Behold! "

    The "prickles" make us turn to remove them stuck in us, sometimes prickles protect us, so this is a wide picture meaning to "do", what our eyes turn to "See and do", what the Person Behold! does.

    Advance "The travelling authority outside"

    The travelling authority outside is a picture of what forward progress we make in the Lord, the shoots grow up, the roots grow down, and we are filled with the flow of Jesus as fruits of His character.

    Third line reads:

  • He is a tree planted by the divided waters,
  • Giving His fruit in His season,
  • His risen leaves do not fail.
  • His doings advance forward.

    So let's write the third line of the first prayer of David as a "poetry prayer" we can sing to.

  • Like a tree sown by the river,
  • His fruit is grown in His season,
  • His leaf is home and shall not wither,
  • Our doings come from our reason.

    The fourth line of the prayer in Hebrew:-

    Wickedness "The head pressed eye"

    The head strong are pictured as wicked.

    Chaff "Flowing secure travels"

    A strange picture. For example the electrical transmission grid, allows power to flow securely travelling over the land, is seen as chaff before the Lord.

    Wind of the Holy Spirit "The head secure outside"

    This is a special wind of power, administrated by the Holy Spirit.

    Toss "Across the nations, through the door of the mouth"

    Picture the Lord commanding through His mouth, and tossing over the nations, all who have pride to stand before Him, are tossed over and over like leaves falling to the ground.

    Fourth line reads:

  • The head strong are like chaff,
  • Which the winds of the Holy Spirit,
  • Toss like dried leaves.

    So let's write the fourth line of the first prayer of David as a "poetry prayer" we can sing to.

  • The wicked are like chaff,
  • Which the wind of the Spirit blows away.

    The fifth line of the prayer in Hebrew:-

    Wickedness "The head pressed eye"

    The head strong.

    Raise "The horizon secure flows"

    A picture of the sun rising, and the flow of action on the earth as it is raised up.

    Judgement "The flowing pressed mouth is covered"

    Interesting picture. In court our flowing pressed mouth is covered. We cannot speak correctly before the Judge.

    Missing "The outside covering strong"

    The reason why we cannot speak properly is because our the Divine covering over us is lost. We are found missing relationship. We are sinners.

    Company "Looking through the door. Behold the Person!"

    All the world will be raised to see through the doors of heaven, Jesus, the Person Behold! who judges all mankind.

    Straight "The travelling door is active over the horizon"

    A point in space is pointless. When two points in space connect in relationship, we create a straight line. Our travelling door of our soul is active over the horizon of time, has a relationship with God!

    Fifth line reads:

  • The wicked cannot rise in judgement,
  • Those missing have no company with the straight.

    So let's write these contrasting lines as "poetry prayer" we can sing to.

  • The wicked cannot rise,
  • The judgement shows our demise,
  • Those missing have no surprise,
  • Before the company of the straight.

    The sixth line of the prayer in Hebrew:-

    The Person secure. The Person active. The Sacred Name

    A reference to Jesus-YHWH.

    Intimate "The active door sees"

    The active door sees is a reference to Jesus, who watches at the door of heaven, looking out for mankind. The Hebrew word "yada" means to be "intimate" with, to "know" someone very dearly. Is the active door of our soul, looking also out for Jesus?

    Road "The door head palms"

    The door head palms, is a picture of you on the road, walking.

    Straight "The travelling door is active over the horizon"

    The 'travelling door' is a picture of your soul open to receive, and is active over the horizon of time. Such travelling is made straight, only because Jesus-YHWH has joined His hand with your hand.

    Road "The door head palms"

    But those who walk on the road...

    Wickedness "The head pressed eye"

    The head strong...

    Perish "The strong home door"

    "The strong home door" of these "head strong" people are closed, so they walk alone, separated from relationship with GOD. This Hebrew word is more associated with the idea of being "all alone", separated from the family. And what causes this affect is the "home door" of your soul is strongly closed off to GOD, so the Holy Spirit cannot speak to you, and being all alone, you perish.

    Sixth line reads:

  • Jesus knows the road of the Straight; But the road of the Head-Strong perish, Because their heart's door is closed.

    So let's finish this "prayer" we can sing to.

  • My Jesus knows the way we walk,
  • In Him we sing, in Him we talk,
  • But the road of the Head-Strong die,
  • They walk alone, they never cry.

    Finally, let's write the whole "poetry prayer" as a "song to Jesus", so we can support Him with words we can remember, and at the same time make our words are close to the original meanings Jesus inspired David to write.

  • Happy is the man whose walk,
  • Is not like those with Head-strong balk,
  • Nor like those missing glory talk,
  • Or like a tongue with mocking fork.

  • For we delight a teaching Lord,
  • In His teachings, we meditate His Word,
  • All through the day and at night.

  • We are like a tree sown by the river,
  • His fruit is shown in His season,
  • His leaf has grown and shall not wither,
  • Our doings sown from yoked reason.

  • The Head-Strong are like chaff each day,
  • Which the wind of the Spirit blows away.
  • The Head-Strong cannot stand the weight,
  • In judgement they have no debate,
  • They are missing a lawyer Mate,
  • Not like the gathering of the straight.

  • My Jesus knows the way we walk,
  • In Him we sing, in Him we talk,
  • But the road of the wicked daily die,
  • They walk alone, they never cry.

    It has taken many hours to get to this stage. I hope it was some benefit to the reader, to appreciate the depth of Hebrew pictures, when we read a poetry prayer. There are many functional prayer poems on the Internet written by others. Be sure to enjoy them also. The important thing about this journey of fasting and prayer, is to learn to talk and listen to Jesus in our prayers, to walk in His Hand with a deeper admiration. Shalom

    With the next poetry prayer, let's look for "seed prayer promises" we can support Jesus with, in our prayers.

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