Monday, 13 April 2015

Woe to ... mixture!


Charitoō

Jesus speaks "woes" over those who deceive and corrupt others (see Mat 23:13-29) to be like themselves; those who pervert and corrupt the truth and preach the deadly mixture as a truth.
"Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye compass sea and land to make one proselyte, and when he is made, ye make him twofold more the child of hell than yourselves.Mat 23:15  
... full of dead bones inside!

What is this "Woe"-cry?


In both Greek (Ouai!)and the Hebrew (הוֹי or hôy!) it is an exclamation cry, an interjection cry of grief: "Alas!, Oh!, Aah! 

The Hebrew pictograph paints the following picture for this word: reveal, nailed, hand in the negative form, in other words a mocking; those tempting God to reveal (show) His works (Yahshua) ... much like the Roman soldiers and the pharisees tempting Jesus when He hung on the cross shouting that He should prove that He is the Son of God by freeing Himself from the cross. The word is thus a sigh, an exclamation of grief to those to whom it is directed.

When Jesus uses the word "Woe" it is directed to everything standing against Jesus ... the work of the enemy. We see this pictograph well explained in Isaiah 5:
"Woe unto them that draw iniquity with cords of vanity, and sin as it were with a cart rope:
That say, Let him make speed, and hasten his work, that we may see it: and let the counsel of the Holy One of Israel draw nigh and come, that we may know it! 
Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!
Woe unto them that are mighty to drink wine, and men of strength to mingle strong drink:
Which justify the wicked for reward, and take away the righteousness of the righteous from him! Isa 5:18-23
It speaks out against Babylon (Babylon means confusion by mixture; mixing truth and deception; Grace and law) and the Babylon-Church, even of today.

How?

They call evil Good and Good evil!

They call darkness Light and Light darkness!

They call bitter Sweet and Sweet bitter!

How?

By, for instance, saying that God brought adversity onto them to teach them a lesson; to teach endurance, to make strong ...

They intoxicate the drink and share it.

They counter and pervert the Word that says by the works of Jesus you have been made righteous!

And now for the pictographs ...

Evil in Hebrew is רָעַע râ‛a‛ (as in the Egyptian god Ra) meaning: bad, evil, unpleasant, unhappy, not good, sad, wicket, misery, distress, injury, wrong, etc. It comes from the root word râ‛a‛ and the pictograph speaks of man's own works on what he deems perfect, i.e. own righteousness.

Good in Hebrew is טוֹב ṭôb and  means: pleasing,joyful, better, delight, prosperity, welfare, good, rich excellent ... The pictograph spells out: snake nailed house, that is sin (and the devil) overcame at the cross by Yah'shua in His manifested body (house), i.e. righteousness because of what Jesus did.

Darkness in Hebrew is חֹשֶׁךְ chôshek (misery, distruction, death ...) and the pictograph talks about the loving hand of Jesus that can be perceived, is fenced - thus deception that It is not available.

Light in Hebrew is אוֹר 'ôr (heavenly luminaries, clarity, life ...) the pictograph depicting: strength Highest Person nailed, talking about Jesus - remember that Jesus confirmed that He is the Light to the world?

Bitter in Hebrew is מָרָה mârâh (wickedness, pain, anger ...) picturing, from the root word, chaos ascribed to the Most High person (God).

Sweet in Hebrew is מָתוֹק mâthôq (pleasant, sweet, good ...) with the pictograph depicting the chaos (of own works) placed behind by the gross.


Image result for picture of poisonVerses 21 -23 explains exactly how the mixture between the Good and evil, Grace and law (Babylon) becomes a deadly mixture. It talks about the Babylonian preacher concocting an intoxicating belief (wine) יַיִן yayin (depicting: hand; hand; life or own hand brings about life.) and the other strong drink is שֵׁכָר shêkâr (depicting: destroy; open hand; highest person or refuse the Loving provision of God.


So, Woe is for who?

Woe is for the enemy and the mixture of his deadly works to come and steal, kill and destroy - mixing it up with the nature of the only-good-God of love, goodness and life; to confuse and pervert God's beloved into thinking that they are not worthy or do not become of this Grace.

The woes are for the perverted and confusing mixture of deception and Truth ... of works-righteousness with pure-loving-Grace-Jesus!

But ...

Even for the unbeknownst distributor of the deadly concoction (belief system, traditions and like things) there is Grace just as far away as one single choice being exercised, your choice ... by choosing between life and death ... Good and evil. Choose life! (Deu 30:19).

How?

Choose the light!

Choose life!

Choose Jesus!

HalleluYAH!
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